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THE BEVVER HERALD. BEAVER. 0KLAH03IA
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Keep tie kea fcovte 4i7
Make tk iUMk er bit fl
TVe etatuy Lan rrrs fra coH.
Vt tke bt beeedfctg stock tbt
yes east "cd.
Color la titter b tiwpemst bwt
Cavor ecwU for are.
It wR pay Sof si to keep -vfcfeaJ
record of cow eiea la t&H
Tbe ye)g airt kas fretled asd
fasted. atway bait a lMtrtat ahead of"
Use aW Unt
tgsmto a pUnt da set thrive la
s where tke aeeeapaaytag bac
terii are ablest
lies that are pat eat sole Ike e4d
and aaow are soon cblHed oat of the
egg. laying cation.
t-Th most freoseat faak of old
peach tre-t I the abteaee of f rattle g
wood Id It lover branehet.
Kerosene li a great remedy Id thv
poultry pen. It may be nd at a
roedictee. alio at a disinfectant
Alfalfa It the forage crop that
mean moeh for Ike development of
diversified fancing aad more itoek.
A horse aiefaloesa it measured by
lit etreaglh aad rapidity of move
ment rather than by tlte and weight.
The maa ho will glow strictly
faaey asparagas need never want long
far aar of the comforts thU world af
ford. Hatter that It washed until It It dry
and bard usually lacka that qslck.
frith taste that It In batter not to dry
One of the greatest mistake with
beginner I the tendency to crowd
fowl Into a place where there It rem
for only 20
Inheritance hat loaetbfag to da
with persistency la tailktag. tbowgb
care aad feed win rwcowrare and e
labMtb the habit
Yea ran Oad proproat dairy farm
ers ka erery leoaMly. There are Belgb
bar bo daa't atake the ewi pay. It
It la the new sot la Ibe teH.
A few eealt frota the wood fire of
Ibe kMehea pat lata the k-oiw now
and Ihea. where the hc eaa grind
them ap te charcoal, help to keep the
Kertaaate la the man bo hat a
Mg crop of pumpkin. They lhoaid
gathered before frotL and fed to
the cow. Don't be afraid the teedt
tll hurt the cows.
No man tboald forget (hat the
dairy barn I the place where human
food that It raott totceptlbte (o out
ride laSaenc- It produced. Hare the
bam In good condition.
Garden beana have been developed
from tereral tpeclet of wild form,
and all of the common kinds are rery
lender to frott and require a warm
mion aad tunny expoture.
One of the raethodt of preventing
Injury to apple tree from the woolly
aphis It to have the tree grafted on
Northern Spy root, at (hit variety
eeist never to be lertoatly attacked.
1 The beginner In telectlng breeding
stock tbould appreciate the advantage
he will tecure In uting much care In
the 'election of ttock and th tertlng
out of the usdetlrable one from tltse
Illack ratpberrles and dewberries
are propagated by layering The lip
of the canet ate bent over to l)ie
ground and covered with dirt to a
depth of about foar lacbet at toon at
the fruiting teatoa Is patL
A little grooming or brushing lll
have a great nfUewe on the appear
snee of the cow. A few mlBHtt
pent In lhl way mill pay large divi
dends In better look aad ato In a
greater price of farm teck and better
Aflar the flto ha ben well filled
it njajr be eotered over at the top.
vlth a little weH shocked ttraw or
! iv Kn a Hiattr trf fact, though, the
t'to raa be opened and ared the day
i-'ter It U Riled If )nu baTr u,e for
I lie ifffi. tn i wait
Uakitig ihr ttbllloii earn hi feed by
rwxlerate work oalalde the actual
brenlItiK reason, will Irate tbo fees
from his breedlg sen Ice practically
clear gain: bealde Insuring him a
more vigorous constitution for trans
mitting to bis offspring
Keep -Ve He .
K ?i m yea ry
Sun f tri la tnVe .
A dry fs a&4 a irj bed are -
Hal thrta Is pift.
TX fcest Use to select tie jeasg
nr l vie sbe is ra4y to vi
Drait are alal te bees, casnleg
rlecEEJtias. za.cs0mii asd oclr BU
; IX Utelers ar att est K tt
be kc u to Sap aaszvrt tie
I ' "Ca.d nsstr st" U the lew
i Easa for sttare. Seds Vke a good
tVfere any aafctalt eas Irxauastt
tetter esatWea R salt have the
la weaatac Uaae ewe thoaM be pat )
ea drjer paitsre t fed tor two er
S, that Ibe eettara t laagty. t
as to adask : the haad L4ng laMCted
at the bottea.
To asstk a cow reeotre ttase aac
paUeaee. The aatlloheaM be draws
slowly asd tteadOy.
A rood cow Is aalanUr lawpatient
Wkb coastast Irrkation. aay eow wit
faH la oaastity oi atllk.
That I a good reasoa why every
sheep oarbt te bare ber owe staH and
be fed separately from the rest.
There Is not much gain In breeding
a heifer before sbe I eighteen months
oM. bat there Is considerable rltk.
Which oo you prefer, to pay liS0
to a stat Hon peddler for a S1.P64 horse,
or ktep the J1.1M in yoar own pocket
Some cows have very tender teat
and If you wast a well disposed eow.
bo gentle la yoar treatment towards
Tha bmb with ftve cow aad a
cream separator is better eft thaa his
neighbor who has eight cows aad ae
The artaal ewit te keep added to
the nrr.te fee at toe stre. reareseats
the a meant at wMch borss you ras!
Especially la taataer. It Is net econ
omy te load batter with water, lor It
wtll net keep as we aor sell at as
blgb a price
Chfckeas of frying se In Joae aBd
Jaly brtag almost twlee the atoaey
when teW as the aae w4gbt brings
In September tad OcieVar
The seed eora tboald he stored
where thore wille Mute daaar of j
frott ThH It especially troe an- J
tli the ear are eotlrety dried eat.
Don't overdo the soft aaatfc pica of
feeding All. good ckdckeM have git
rards which ean do a lot of food
grinding. One soft ataah a day it
pre be. My eaongh
When you buy dairy cows you do
not warn beef animals, for tbey aro
Inclined to lay on fleih Instead of giv
Ing value received for their feed and
care In the bucket
In the early stages of bloat In cattlfl
a mixture of two ounce of soda and
ganger In a quart of water, can usual
ly be depended upon to cure Give
the mixture In a drench.
It In poor economy to feed the poul
try on one kind of grain. It Is more
profitable in every way to give vari
ety, of which corn, wheat and oat
should be the leading feeds.
if iv. inr nrotectlon at all for
the poultry from the blgb winds, they
should be let out ror a tew noun ai
least every day. ben the weather
is not so cold as to freeze the combs
The manure spreader and the io
are two things that point the farmer
towards a better bank account aad
it Is tot going to be to very loag be
fore we will add to this the tanking
The oaly certain way to find out
what sort of cows we have I to test
them. Sometimes the result are very
ditappotaliag and we may wish we
bad sot deae it. but la the ead it is
greatly to our advantage.
To oralt (he first and secoad spray
ing frera an apple orchard which Is
bearing a partial crop, practically
means the Iocs of the crop for that
season, no matter how thoroughly la
ter applications of poisoa are made
Pear blight Is an Infectioa dtsearc
which affect pears, apples and
quinee. It Is caused by a bacterium,
an organism which Is similar la habit
to tphold fever, and can be eon
trolled only by cutting out the at
! fected branches .
I The pure bred bull has done a great
deal to Improve the dairy herds of the
middle west All states, or at least
! the principal one, are reporting an
Increased dairy production and the
results may be traced to belter cows,
not mora of them.
FEEDIKG DAIRY CALF RIGHT I
Yentjsttr SesU Bt AHowej is Ft
rsala Wha Meti-er Few" Day.
Then Placed In 8pa.at Barn.
Tie calf ay be left with the cow
for tire or foar days, or real the
Hk U t for v- Tbe calf sbocld
thex be takea away asd place la a
separate stable. If rt is possible, as
tie eow wW giTe lets trouble If sbe
carat her ealt
By siiatag ote fed the calf wffl
arxaHy be bis cry esosgh to start to
drUk readily and wHI stcaHy give
8UI trestle ia It fiad the bucket
cosuiss mlit Tear pooads of xaiTk
per feed three tide a day for the Snt
ta eyt wfB gire Jhe calf a good
start, whes a small asosat cf akiai
rank may be tebstttuted for a part of
the whole sUlk. the a const cf the
skim mflk being tocreutd. so that
whea the calf Is a taocth old It Is get
tlsg ilia milk eattrely When the
calf la two weeks old the feeds cay
be changed to two per day. who the
amount of milk iscreaaed at the calf
shows ability to handle It After three
week the calf will t gin to eat a little
grain. An excellent grain mixture for
calves Is Bade of corn cseal oats aad
wheat bran In equal parts, with a lit
tle Unseed meal added.
To grew calve well they tbould
have Just what tbey will clean up
readily at each feed. Plenty of green
grats It good for them, but In very
hot or very cold weather a fine cwal
Ity of clover hay will produce eicl
Calves skoald have tank until they
are Sve or six moatht old for best
results. If they are forced to subsist
on coarse feeds and grain too yocag
they will be stunted, at their dlgeitlve
system Is not developed enough to
handle such food exclusively at an
Cottonseed meal shocld never be
fed to calves uader twelve tsoatht of
age. It always proves detrimental to
development of the young calf. ThU
being true. It Is better to feed such
feeds as oats, bran and corn, which
are kaown to be satisfactory. To se
cure good size the animal should con
tinue to grow steadily until xnatsre.
If allowed to stop growing, throcgh
neglect In feeding or other causes
they become more or less stunted.
BREEDING CRATE IS SAFEST
Wooden Drvlct It Beit Where Heavy
Bull It Used Illustration Here
with Shows Construction.
When a heavy ball li used on a
znaall cow or heifer, it is safest to
use a breeding crate. This It more
tatisfactory even with a mature cow.
A good breeding crate may be made
In the saanner shown In the cut
It Is made entirely of lit and 3x12
pieces. The bottom pieces are nine
feet long. The width between the
plank I two feet The height at the
front Is 10 to 21 inches, and at the
center post, three to three and one
half feet The length from rear to
center post U four aad one-halt feet.
ACTIVE AGENTS OF DISEASE
Cows Having Tuberculesls of Udder
Give Off Tubercle Bacilli In Milk
Why Hogs Are Condemned.
fy II. PRESTON HOSKIN8. AuHUnl
VrKrlnarUB. Untvrrflty Farm. 8L
Milk may convey the active agent
of some ot our transmissible diseases.
Cows having tuberculosis of the edder
give oS tubercle bacilli In the milk.
This milk may be sent to a creamery
and there be mtxed wtth the milk
coming, from a targe number of herds.
which may be tree from tuberculosis.
All tbe milk Is then contaminated.
Hogs are frequently fed on skim
milk from creameries, and this may be
the reason why so many bog are
condemned by the meat Inspectors
every year for tuberculosis. During
the year 1SI2 tbe bureau ot animal In
dustry r&ndemned 42.2C7 bogs and
part of 2H.SM other hogs as tuberca
lous. Treat Cows Gently.
To milk a cow requires time nd
patience The milk sboold be drawn
slowly and steadily. Some cows hare
very tender tents, and If yoe want a
well disposed' cow. be gentle la your
treatment toward her. A good cow
la naturally ImpatienL With constant
Irritation, any cow will fall la quantity
Find Profitable Cow.
To determine whether a cow 1 prof
itable or not one must know the
amount of milk and butter fat sbe pro
duces. This Information Is given
through the best associations better
thaa any other way.
DRY MASH OF GREAT VALUE
Meat er Green Cut Bone S.Mvld B
Kept la Frsrt sf Laying Hens at
All Timet During Wlcrter.
Isg stock; ceaaj xasch toward .the la
creased crodactica of eggs. Dsrisg
the wiater xscstha about cce-Ofth of
the entire ration coasoced by the hen
should consist of seat (a tome form.
It they are expected to do their best,
aad the feeding ot dry taaah oSers aa
excelleat opportunity to give the meat
or greea cut boae to that It will be
evenly distributed and proportioned to
; kept constantly la front of the bess
i calexu yoa feed wet mash. In whkh
case they should be ks& oa alternate
j The dry cash shosld consist of two
! part bran, one part middlings, one
I part meal and one part beef scrap asd
' green cut base. To this may be added
it desired one part ground oats. The
cajb food should be fed in hoppers
specially prepared and not placed la
open troughs, at by the latter method
the heat will waste almost as much aa
they will eat The dry mash focd I
naturally eaten slowly by the hens
' isf at a time when they have so grain
hod that can be scratched from the
As the dry mash Is coasaced much
core slowly than Is the wet all the
particle ot meat or bone will be best
preserved ia It aad therefore more
' evenly proportioned than Is possible
: la the wet cash. The slow eating Is
also of benefit to the hen la many
WINTER EGGS ARE DESIRABLE
No Branch of Farming Will Shew
Quicker Losses Than Poor Feeding
and Management cf Hens.
With the price of eggs so high it
stands us In hand to plan oar manage
ment so that the Cock win do its best
It is surprising what good care and
Intelligent feedisg will do in produc
ing winter eggs and on the ether hand
no branch ot farming win show quick
er losses than poor feeding and man
agement of the winter layers.
Winter layers mast have a com
fortable house plent- of room, plenty
of sunlight and ar:pTe ventilation. Too
much care cannot be given to provid
ing good Tentftat.cn. Cold draught
Prize-Winning Plymouth Rock.
will check the egg production, aad
prove detrimental to the health of the
With a good, clean and dry house
and plenty of eggnoailng food we
will get eggs. On farms where we
can feed a variety of grain foods asd
a masa, once a day. composed of cut
clover or alfalfa, steamed and mixed
with bran, corn meal and green cut
bone, egg production is a simple mat
ter. Feed a tempting variety of grain
foods, green food and meat foods,
keep pure water before them and
keep the floors so clean that any part
may be used for a scratching floor
aad you can rest assured that you
have done your part toward securing
SUCCESS IN PIGEON RAISING
Birds Confined in House Quickly Con
tract Consumption and Die
Require Much 6pace.
Pigeon begin to lay two week at tet
mating. Tbey lay two egg, which
hatch la about IS day. "
The old birds stop feeding the young
squab when the next pair hatch. Each
pair cf birds should be provided with
Pigeon cannot thrive unless they
bare a place in which to fly. Con
fined in houses, they will quickly con
tract consumption and die. Even in
the coldest weather they should be al
lowed to fiy outdoors when they please.
The breeding season Is from March
to September, but extra good breeders
will produce young tea months In the
Green Feed for Fowl.
Do not forget the green feed. Fowls
cannot do their best nnles some form
of green food Is given them at least
three time a week. Cabbage, beet
or sprouted oats are all good feeds,
aad should always be on 'the bill ot
Com at Night.
For poultry there is no food better
adapted for tbe evening meal than
corn. A chicken can be made to feel
Its warmth and stimulating effect
beat on a cold night.
the Child's Diet
Stan Them Off Right Tflrh a Good
JLaxath and Then Watch
Mothers are oftea uccoctciosaly
very careless abost the diet of their
ehSdrefi. foreiaz all to eat the taoa
foods. The tact i that all foods do 1
tot agree alike with different persons.
Hence, avoid what teema to constipate
the child or to give It indigestion, and ,
urge It to take more of what la quick
If the child shows a tendency to
constipation It should immediately be
given a mild laxative to help the bow
els. By this is not meant a phytic or
pargatlve. for these should never be
given to children, nor anything like
talte, pill, etc. What the child re
quires Is limply a small dose of the
gentlest of medicine, such a Dr.
Caldwell' Syrup Pepsin, which, in the
opinion of thousands of watchful moth
er. U the Ideal remedy for any child
showing a tendency to constipation.
So many things can happen to a con
stipated child that care I necessary.
Colds. pll. headaches, sleeplessness
and many other annoyances that chil
dren should not hare can usually be
traced to constipation.
Many of America's foremost families ,
are never without Syrup Pepsin, be-j
cause oae can never tell when tome
member of the family may need It, I
aad all can use it. Thousands endorse '
It. among them Mrs M. E. Patten. I
Valley Junction. Iowa, who it never I
without it In the bouse. Mrs. Patten
They Do, Every Day.
"Your sin will find you out"
"They have nothing on my dan.
FACE BROKE OUT IN PIMPLES
Falls City, Neb. "My trouble began
when I was about sixteen. My face
broke out la little pimples at first
They were red and sore and then be
came like little bolls. I picked at my
face continually aad it made my face
red and tore looking and tbea 1 would
wake up at night and scratch It It
was a source of continual annoyance
to me as my face was always red
and splotched and burned all the
"1 tried ; and others,
hut I could find nothing to rare it I
had been troubled about two years
before I found Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment I sent for a sample of
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and tried
them and I then bought some. 1
washed my face good with the Cutl
cura Soap and hot water at night
asd then applied the Cutlcura Olnt
uent. In the morning I washed it
oft with the Cutlcura Soap and hot
water In two days I noticed a de
cided improvement, while la three
1 weeks the cure was complete."
! I Signed) Judd Kaowles. Jan. 10, 1S13.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointmeat sold
throughout the world. Sample ot each
j free.wlth 32-p. Skis Book. Address post
card "Cutlcura. Dept. L, Boston.- Adv.
The more things a man learn; from
, experience the more things he would
like to forget, bat can't
"Pape's Diapepsin" cures sick,
sour stomachs in five minutes
"Really doe" put bad stomachs in
order really doe" overcome indiges
tion, dyspepsia, gas. heartburn and
sourness in five minutes that Just
that makes Pape's Diapepsin, the lar
gest selling stomach regulator In tbe
world. If what you eat ferments Into
stubborn lumps, you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food and
acid; head I dizzy and ache; breath
foul; tongue coated; your inside filled
with bile and indigestible waste, re
member tbe moment "Pape's Diapep
sin" ccmes in contact with the stomach
all inch distress vanishes. It's truly
astonishing almost marvelous, and
the Joy tx Its hart&leaaness.
A large fifty-cent case ot Pape's Dia
pepsin will gire you a hundred dollars'
worth ot satisfaction.
It's worth its w eight in gold to men
aad women who can't get their stom
achs regulated. It belongs In your
botae should a'way be kept handy
in case ot a sick, sour, upset stomach
during the day or.at night It's the
quickest, surest and most harmless
stomach drtnr in the world. Adr.
It keeps some men busy explaining
foolish things to their wives.
Come With Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery
This Is a blood clwur and alterative
that starts tbanvar and (tomaeh into
teoraus wtioa. It tans uiiiti tbo
body to csaBafactsre rich rad blood
which feeds th hurt nerve btala
aad organ sf the body. Tbe orgt&a
work invyitMyllko machinery running
ia oO. Yoa feel clean, atro&g aad
strecBoe iattead of tired, weak and
t tint. Nowaday you eaa obtain Dr.
Fierce' CoUen iledieal Discovery
Tablets, aa well sa tbe liqoU form
frees all saedkhx dealer, or trial box
ot Ubleti by mail, oa receipt of tOc
D. Fimk Ctm 100S P Hartntod
Cmh3m MmKcU AMm was k mm
RALPH M. PATTEM
say that Syrup Pepsin ha done won
der for her boy Ralph, who was con
stipated from birth but la now doing
fine. Naturally, the Is enthusiastic
about it and wants other mother to
use it. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is
sold by druggist at fifty cents asd
one dollar a bottle, the latter (lie be
ing bought by those who already know
Its value, and It contains proportion
Everyone like Syrup -Pepsin, as itis
very pleasant to the taste. It Is also
mild aad noo-griping aad free from In
Families wishing to try a free sam
ple battle can obtain It postpaid by ad
dressing Dr W. B. CaldwelL J03 Wash
Washington SL. Montlcello. I1L A pos
tal card with your name and address
on it will da
I Wanted A New Baseball Rule.
' Walter Johnson was pitching for the
Washington team, aad Mr. Jenningi.
I woo was trying 10 pump opumuzn into
hie despairing players sent up an am
bitious young man to try to make a
hit He acted briefly. After iwlng
las wildly at two of Johnson's offer
ings, he made a third wild swing, and.
entirely by accident, popped up a lit
tle Cy to first base.
As he loped down toward first, and
was called out. be turned to Jennings,
let out a stream of emphatic and pfe-
1 turtsqae language, and wound up with
"I'm a son of a gun It there
oughtn't be a rule making that guy
bang lights on the ball!"
Jennings, who got hfe start ia life
as a miner, smiled grimly.
"Where do you think you're work
ing." he asked softly, "in a coal.
mine'" Popular Magazine
GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT,
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
Make It Thick. Glcsty, Wavy, Luxur
J lant and Remove Dandruff Real
I Surprise fer Ycu.
j Tour hair becomes light, wary, fiuf
, fy. abundant and appears as soft, lus
I trout and beautiful a a young; girl's
after a "Danderine hair cleante." Just
, try this moisten a cloth with a little
Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one email
strand at a time. This will cleanse
the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil
and In Just a few moments you have
doubled the beauty of your hair.
Beside beautifying tbe hair at once.
Danderine dissolves every partlclo ot
dandruff; cleanses, purifies and Invig
orates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair.
But what will please you most will
be after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see new hall' fine and
downy at first yea but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
ot it, surely get a 25 cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any store
end Jut try It Adv.
1-ady (ordering boots for her hus
band) Do you keep men's boots?
Shopman No, madam, but we keep
up to nine in women'. London Opin
ion. Only Ono "UROMO QUININB"
To itl ih( Miotn. mil for lull nam. LAXA-
2 W 5r$i? QJJlklNB. !f?k for s.M.2l
E.W, OKOVK. Cunt CoM la On Uf. t
If men were n perfect ns their
wives expect thim to bo I ho monotony
of married llfn wouM be debilitating.
Putnnra Fadeless Djc guarantee
Wo can readily belltno that many
I people are saddest when they sing.