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BACTERIA FOUND IN UDDER
In Experimenting With 8everal Bacilli
Common to Milk, Scientist DIs
covers New Germ,
A discovery of especial lntorest to
dairymen lias recently been mado by
an Italian scientist nnmed Constantino.
In experimenting with tho soveral ba
cilli common to milk, ho found a now
gorm which has to do with tho form
ing of ronnct nnd tho coagulation of
milk nnd It thrlvos especially well in
hj milk it left in a cows uuuer at.
milking time. When tho cow Is not
milked dry, theso ncld-formlng bac
teria develop rapidly and sot up In
flammation likely to causo serious
It Is not an unusual thing for a poor
ly milked cow to develop a case or
caked udder or mammltls, but tho ex-
art causo of tho troublo has not until
tho present tlmo been fully understood.
Tho change In tho milk duo to tueso
organisms la entirely different from
tho chango Which occurs In ordinary"
fermentation and tho presence of tuo
harmful bacteria cannot bo determined
by ordinary methodB employed. A spe
cial set of fermentation tests for this
purpose havo been devised, and theso
aro of especial valuo to tho cheese-
maker. Tho prcsonco of tho germs In
dicates faulty milking and an unwholc-
somo condition of tho udder. Tho dis
covery of tho bacillus serves to em
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OUTBREAKS OF HOG CHOLERA
Increase Noted During Latter Part of
August or Early In September
Feed Corn Sparingly.
It hn- been observed Hint an In-
1 crenso In tho number of outbrenks of
I lifir- rtli'.l. it imtnru iltirlnr- flu lnttnr
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part of AtiKtut or the drat imrt of
Septemb. r, and thnt tho oittbrenlts In
crenso In timnliors nnd violence until
tho InttiT purt of October or Novem
ber, wh''H the disease gradually de-
RIDDING THE COWS OF FLIES
Simple Homemade Mixture, Spread
Lightly Over Animals, Well Worth
Time In Applying.
Nothing conduces moro to tho com
fort and profit of cows on pasturo '
than a protector against the swarms'
of flies that persecute all through tho
day and Into tho night. Tho follow
ing simplo homemado mixtnro sprayed
lightly over tho animals, particularly
whero the flics congregate and cannot
be brushed off by tho tall, Is well
worth tho tlmo It requires to apply
It dally: To a quart of lterosono add a
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Properly Fed on Balanced Ration.
cllncs, writes II. K. Wright In National
Stockman and Farmer.
The occurrence of cholera Is de
pendent solely upon the hogs becom
ing Infected with the specific cholera
micro-organism. Practically nil hogs
nro susceptible to the disease when fed
balanced rations, but when improperly
fed nnd allowed to become Infested
with parasites the chance of control
ling cholera on exposure Is greatly less
ened. At this time new corn Is begin
ning to be fed nnd care must be exer
cised or Indigestion will result, thus
lessening the vitality of the animals,
and If exnosed to cholera Infection
death should follow. New corn should
be fed sparingly nt first and the
amount gradually Increased. Never
start by feeding It exclusively.
Should an outbreak of cholera occur.
Immediately isolate and quarantine the
KlclJ hogs. Notify your neighbors so
that they mny stay away from your
hog lots nnd thus prevent spread of
the Infection. Get antlhog cholera
serum and inoculate all healthy hogs.
Kill the sick hogs nnd burn tho car
casses. No treatment can be relied
upon to save one visibly slek.
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PASTURE STAKE FOR A COW
Practically Impossible for Rope to Be
come Tangled as Animal Walks
An old carrlago wheel and axle
wero used to good advantage In the
making of tho pasturo stake shown In
tho sketch, writes W. P. Quackenbush
Impossible for Hogs to Escape by
Pushing on Bottom Chain Holds
Latches In Place.
Hero Is a very handy device for
fastening doors where bogs are kept.
It Is Impossible for them to break out
by pushing on the bottom of tho door.
Tho hitches are made of wood and
tire boltetl to the door. They are con
nected by nn Iron rod with eyes in
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it makes the scalp itch and the hair fall out. Be
wise about ycur hair, cultivate it, like the women iu
Paris do. They regularly use
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PARFUMERIE ED. PIMUD, Dept. M ED. F1NAUD B!dg., New York
Wheel Revolves on Stake.
of New York city In Popular Mechan
ics. VVhen tho animal tethered to the
I wheel walks around tho stake, It Is
j practically Impossible for tho ropo to
become tangled, as tho wlioel revolves
on the axle.'
KEEP CREAM CANS COVERED
For Hoghouse Door.
call end. This rod Is bolMl to each
latch, so that when you ruNc the top
latch It pulls the lower one up.
A small chain Is stapled i" tho up
per latch and to tho loor. This pre
vents tho latches dropping when tho
door U unhitched.
TROUBLE WITH YOUNG LAMBS
'or a mmtoim trlil tuUot IhU unpUoMl tooth Mrff, Mad I
2 "o"dtri. nii 10 VITIUJOU. Dtpt t. Tlm Build I ntJi.wVorWjHjf.
In Summer Weather Ordinary Piece of
Wet Burlap Will Keep Tempera
ture About night. "
A groat part of tho value of kep
lng cream cool on tho farm and at
tho station or creamary lu lost It the
cream U oxposed to the direct rays
of the sun whllo bolng hauled from
tho farm to tho point of salo. Far
too few people stop to roallzo tho Im
portanco of covering their cream cans
whon bringing them In to town.
Exponslvo Jacketed cans aro not a
necessity to keep the cream cool. In
summer weather just an ordinary
pleco of wet burlap thrown over tho
cans will keep tho teraporaturo of tho
cream as much as 20 degrees below
what It would rite to If left uncovered
while being transported over Uie ovco
age hauling distance.
( Animals Should Be Trimmed in Morn
ing When Air Is Cool Tissuss
Then Are More Firm.
. v ;
Iu cnslrail-ig lambs, 1 the drawing
oat of the rord should chu a rui
ture, sun ply ri'placo the iiiteMlnutf mid
tie a twine is.viireJy uroitud the wro
(urn (is nfur tl.i' uhdoiutu us possible.
I.iiujutjlioulJ btt trlmiucsl iu tli inorn
tng Whoji the air la cool, as they bleed
les, anil tlie tissues urc morn nrm
and rupture is not lluhl to occur.
Uuptiirt) In castratlug buniw U twunlly
due to ono of two causes; either the
lamb Is too jouug and tli tlssuas not
yet firm, or the Iamb has been over
heated nnd tho tissues rendered too
lax to stand tho strain of pulling the
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Ueaiitiliil Bust ami Shoulders
are possiblo If you will wear u scientifically
constructed Bien Joho UraiMurc.
Tho dragging weight of an unconfintxl bubt
to stretches the supporting niusclus that
tho contour of the liguru Is rpoilcd.
'te a. si .it. -i rr i
put tlie bu -t buck wlu rc it lvlnnr, prfTpnt tlio
full liust from liavinK tho mr'niii-c of 11a I -liiness,
eliminate tlie ilangrr of (haKgmcnni- Ii
am) rnnllno the (loll of ttu- Iwiililfr eiviiitf a
Crucctul line to the entire upper body.
Tliev arc the iUlntii t ami mot m rrkealile gar.
mint Imaginable emne in all material ami
MSks- CrosaHti k. Ilk t'rurt. Surplice. Hknil
i ui. etc Ikm.-il with "Uiili'tin." the ruNtUMt
boning peruiitt.iif J.-Iiing itliout removal.
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Lambs No Longer Heard.
Tho bleating of lambs upon tho hill
sld?.1 Is no longer hetird iu many parts
of the country wuem such sounds
used to bo fuinlllar, and yet both the
wool and the carcass of u sheep bring
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Uie tho exquisitely
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beauty flower of India
and be complimented
on your complexion.
Your dealer ua El cay a
or will get iU
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