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THE RICH COUNTY NEWS. RANDOLPH. UTAH MRS. FRANK WILKIE, of Syra- BORDEAUX cuse, N. Y., formerly matron at the State Reformatory at Industry, N. Y- - who says sne is delighted with Tanlac since it restored her health after die suffered eight years. STOPS ute Timor PLAN FOR IMPROVING STOCK Destructive Disease of Potatoes Can Be Controlled by Thor- Progressive Firm of Butchers In Ohio Hit on Novel Scheme .to Build Up Quality. ough Spraying. FOREIGN May Become Mixed With of Dockage Present at Time and .Grading Is Inspection Factor of Considerable Im- Amount of portance to Farmer. live-stoc- IS LOWERED VALUE (Prepared by the United States Department of Asrleulture.) All Regions Are 8ubject to Aliment When Moist, Cool Weather Prevails During Growing Season Sections Affected. seeks to better the live stock of that locality by a plan described In the following letter to the United States Department of Agriculture: While we have never made a business of dealing in purebred Uve stock, says the writer, we have always encouraged their use. We try to keep a line on well-bre- d young bulls In our vicinity, and whenever we buy an animal for slaughter we use our best efforts to have him replaced with something better. We believe this plan will help to build up the quality of cattle In the neighborhood, to the advantage of both oursnlves and the fanners. When we kill an animal that has an exceptionally good dress we display the carcass In our window, giving on a card the age, live weight, dressed weight and the percentage of dressed meat In this way we advertise to producers that they get more Uve weight and we get more dressed stock than from weight from well-breInferior stock of the some age. We have demonstrated also the superiority of veal calves frofh well-bre- d parents, and have shown that they mean more to the farmer In dollars and cents than the other kind." k In commenting on the plan, specialists In the bureau of animal Industry point out that smalltown butchers are In a position to help t United States Department (Prepend by the Of ) Agriculture. The destructive late blight of potatoes, which, in addition to attacking the tops, causes a rot of the tubers, can be controlled by spraying with bordeaux mixture. Department CircuTuber Hot of the lar 220, Late-BllgPotato, by George K. K. Link and.F. C. Melr, recently issued by the United States Department of Agriculture, describes the disease and means of f- "This Is the first time la eight years that I have been free from stomach trouble and It is all because of the wonderful good Tanlac has done me, said Mrs. Frank Wilkie, 229 Cedar St, Syracuse. Mrs. Wilkie formerly resided in Buffalo and for two years was matron of the State Reformatory at Industry, N. Y. I was eating scarcely enough to keep alive, she declared, for I would rather not touch a bite than suffer the misery I knew would follow. Even sweet milk disagreed with me. I was sick In bed for two and three days at a time, and gas on my stomach made such awful pressure on my heart It almost cut off my breath. I had horrible dreams at night and In the morning was all tired out. Well, the longest day I live I will praise Tanlac, for my Improvement has been simply remarkable. I have no more heartburn, my appetite Is wonderful, I can eat most anything I want, and my sleep Is sound and restful. I am thoroughly delighted with Tanlac. It Is wonderful." Tanlac Is sold by all good druggists. Advertisement. d live-stoc- Spraying Potato Vines in Field With Bordeaux Mixture. I . In influencing the quality of future generations of cattle and hogs that come to their cutting blocks. The plan as presented by the firm of butchers quoted is in accord with methods of Improvement advised by the ter? the kind of a feller, replied Farmer Flumlegatie, that when he sets down is entirely Unmoved by criticism. Kansas City Star. . j live-stoc- k department. WILL ANSWER . Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, In the mountain districts of the ACUTE SHORTAGE OF HORSES eastern and western states, and In Florida on the early crop. Farmers Experience Difficulty in OInsure Control-I- n Field. btaining Animals Required for Since the tuber rot Impairs germina, Farm Work. tion, the chances of securing a good stand are greatly increased by plantDifficulty is being- - experienced by ing only disease-fre- e seed, but the many farmers in obtaining work horses only method to insure control In the needed. This fact has been made clear field Is by spraying with bordeaux to W. H. Peters, chief of "the animal mixture (5 pounds of copper sulphate, husbandry division of the University 6 pounds of stone lime, 50 gallons of of Minnesota, by the number of inwater). To get good results the plants quiries made by him and members of should be sprayed thoroughly and frehis staff as to the available supply of quently, so that they will at all times farm work horses. be covered with a thin film of spray There isnt any doubt that for the mixture. last two, years the number of colts It is not advisable to dig a field raised has been- less than the number while the soil Is wfet, but at times It of horses that have died, said Pro- may be necessary to do so In order to Is the inevitable re- save a part of the crop, though the fessor Peters. sult of this condition already making chances of losing much of it are great. Itself evident? If this condition is If tubers In transit or storage are kept maintained an acute shortage of work dry and at temperatures between 35 horses is bound to result. degrees and 40 degrees F. the disease Farmers who have good sound will develop little or not at all. mares will find It profitable to breed Copies of the circular may be had them. This will be particularly true free by writing to the Department of If the mares can be mated to a good Agriculture, Washington, D. C. sound stallion of desirable draft type. In communities where such a stallion WAY TO CONTROL COCKLEBUR Is not available any farmer with a half dozen or more mares will find It profWeed itable to purchase and keep such a FiraS Essential Is to Prevent From Maturing Seed Shading , horse. .. Crops Also Helps. ANY WOMAN WHO WRITES Woman Restored to Health by Lydia L Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Makes This Offer Cumberland, Md. My mother gave e Lydia E. Fmkhams Vegetable Compound when I was between thirteen and fourteen years old and was going to because I suffered with pains and could not rest.' I did not have any more trouble after that until I was married, then I always was troubled in my back while carrying a child apd could not . do my work until I took the Vegetable 'Compound. Iam strong, do all my washing and ironing and work for seven children and feel fine. I always have an easy time at childbirth and what it did for me it will do for other women. I am willing to answer any woman if die will write asking what it did for me. Mrs. John Heier, 63 Dillejr St., Cumberland, Md. During girlhood and later during ' motherhood Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound brought relief to Mrs. Heier. Her case is but one of many we constantly publish recommending our Vegetable Compound. She is willing tc answer your letter. Write to her; MARKET HOME GROWN FEEDS Farmer Should Determine Number of Head of Cattle to Keep by Available Feed. The number of live stock which a farmer feeds on his farm should be determined by . the amount of home grown feeds which be has on hand, and the price which he can get for these feeds if 'sold on,, the market. As a general rule live ..stock .will market home grown feeds at a profit If the live stock Is given a square deal; but It Is out of the question to expect scrub stock to be economical users of feeds.' Freckles Positively Kemoved Immunizing Against Cholera. When immunizing hogs against cholera do not make Injections In the ham or shoulder as thlB lowers the value of those portions of the carcass. Inject serum in the flank or between the fore legs. Isoatof f mob ion; la vaneeeiMeryo for yon ceo have abundant hair of the orif Inal Bair Color Reotorer. Safe hade by vslnf try It. At all goodCb- druggists, 73 cents, -ba, Umkt Toe. at water , v direct from D - C O L - Q I FOR BURNS OUTS ITCH 80REA 75c at stores; 65c by maiL Address New York Drug Concern, New York V. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 30-18- 2Z , Oats Not Fattening. Oats make a very poor feed for .fattening cattle, as they are so bulky .that the cattle, cannot eat enough of .Them - to put oa the pecessary amount , - t fat . The foreign material usually found wheat may become mixed with the; wheat while, growing, or with the! grain at the time of thrashing, or In the elevator or other place of storage during the various processes of handling or marketing. The presence of foreign material In wheat at the time of thrashing may be the result of Impure seed, or of certain weather conditions that are unfavorable to the growth of wheat plants but favorable to the growth of weeds. . The United States Department of Agriculture, In Its work, of grading wheat, has found that where the seed Is carefully selected, cleaned, and treated before sowing, and where care is exercised In cultivation and crop rotation, together with careful thrashing and cleaning, there ordinarily Is very little foreign material present when the crop Is marketed. The for-- j elgn material In wheat may seriously affect Its value in that It often Increases the cost of milling and Injures the baking quality of flour. This factor Is considered In Inspecting and grading wheat. The amount of dockage present has a bearing upon its commercial value. When present In large amounts, It Is a factor of considerable Importance. Farmers Bulletin 1118, Dockage Under the Federal Wheat Grades, contains a detailed description! of how foreign materials affect the grade 'of wheat. Copies of the bulletin may be had upon request from the division of publications, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, In The first essential In cocklebur cong trol Is to prevent The weed from seed. If the infested field is In corn, the cultivation must be careful, killing all the plants possible with the cultivator and finishing the others by hand or with the hoe. shading crops help to control the weed. Such crops as Sudan grass, sorghum and even soy beans and clover will reduce the burs. A badly Infested field or part of a field can b6 mowed and burned. Fence rows and other "waste place should be watched for stray plants which will mature seeds unless attended to. Thick-growin- ; IS RAT-KILLIN- PROFITABLE Work May Bo Done on Rainy Days When Farm Hands Are Not Laboring In. the Fields. is very profitable work when It rains and the hands are not in the fields. By getting boys, men and dogs In line It Is sometimes possible to destroy a number of rats. The rodents may be dug out of holes, straw stacks scattered, rubbish piles re moved and war waged against the flee-hl- g rats. Then after many are killed, follow up with other measures, such U traps, poisoning, etc. Rat-killin- g an ideal HERES hot-weath- er I Two packages luscious Little Sun-MaRaisins one cool glass of milk. Big men dont need more. 290 calories of energizing nutriment in the little raisins. Pure fruit sugar, practically predigested so it acts almost immediately, yet doesnt tax digestion and thus heat the blood. id Theres . food-iro- n fatigue-rfesistin- g also in this lunch. Vital men eat like this and resist the weather. Dont work their digestion because they want to work their brains. Try it for a few days and youll feel better. Little Sun-Mai- ds Raisins Between-Mea- l D. C. SMALL CAR HAULED i !. Work Brains Not Digestion j 5c Everywhere LUMBER Where No Wagon or Truck of Necessary Length Was Available Light Auto Does Trick. in Little Red Packages A load of 20-f-t. lumber was to be removed, and no wagon or truck of the necessary length was available. The Illustration shows how the job Blackstone ducing? Going Down. Is your wife still If Webster yes ! potato-growin- Common Cow. ' school, combating It. The rot decreases the selling value of potatoes and often leads to their complete decay in field, In transit, or In storage. Changes Into Decayed Mass. In the early stages of the disease the tubers are marked with brownish or purplish spots which later become shrunken, darker colored, and finally purplish black. In advanced stages the tuber sometimes changes Into a wrinkled, decayed mass. This rot fungus opens the way for bacteria and other fungi that work more rapidly. g All. reglpns are sub-- " ject to the disease when very moist, cool weather prevails during the growing season. It occurs frequently in severe form In the' New England states, adjacent Canada, and the Puget Sound district, and less frequently, though often In severe form, In New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, First Cross snorthorn Steer Obtained by Using a Purebred Sire With a ' Describing Him. new How is your hired man, Les Grain at Different Times. of Agriculture.) SELUN6 Had Your Iron Today T LOWER WHEAT VALUE (Prepared by the United States Department k improveRecognizing that ment Is beneficial to the meat trade as well as to producers of animals, butchers are becoming interested In A progressive Idea. the better-sire- s firm of butchers in a small Ohio city MATERIALS re- you mean my income carefully every bottle Of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletclier?s Castoria '4 was done with a light automobile and a hand truck borrowed from a grocery. The rope from the rear axle of the car to the hand truck pulled the load, while the rope around the rear end of the lumber held the truck off the ground. Edwin L. Camp, Hunting-to- n Park, Calif., in Popular Mechanics Magazine. HENS NEED ANIMAL PROTEIN Fowl Must Have Meat of Some Kind to Produce Eggs, No Matter How Much Vegetable Given. , United States Department (Prepared by the of Agriculture.) Those Who have not learned by experience are apt to conclude, using tha pigs is pigs reasoning, that protein is protein whether It grows inside a hide or upon a plant.. But not all proteins are alike and they do not produce like results when taken into the hens body. In a general way, animal proteins and vegetable proteins are alike In that both are nitrogenous, but when the hen begins to make them into eggs she finds thers are im- portant differences that cannot be overcome. But she must have animal proteins In some amount,' no matter how much of the other kind is availfeeds can able. High vegetable-proteireplace some of the meat feed to adh vantage, but not more than of It to one-haTests made by the United States Department of Agriculture show that feeds of the high vegetable-proteicottonseed meal is the best for egg production. Peanutmeal comes next, n meal and velvet-bea- n followed by meal. In making up & makh not h of It should be cotnore than tonseed meal, as the use of more cuts down the egg yield materially and may affect the quality of the eggs, producing spots and blotchfes on the yolks which make them look bad.. Other feeds that may. bs vegetable-protei- n used to advantage are gluten and linseed meal. n one-fourt- lf n soy-bea- Refreshing Ignorance. Mrs. Kawler I cant do without Mrs. Newrich my matutinal coffee. Is that a good brand? Weve tried Boston many that are poor. Transcript. so . To Have a Clear Sweet Skin Touch pimples, redness, roughness or itching, if any, with Cuticura Ointment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Rinse, dry gently and dust on a little Cuticura Talcum to leave a fascinating fragrance on skin. Everywhere 25c each. Advertisement. Some Display. Will knickerbockers do? I dont see why not. Theres about ihe same length of hosiery exhibited. Louisville Does every day mean just another day of suffering? Are you lame, stiff and achy tortured with a backache? Surely theres a reason why you feel so badly and likely its weakened kidneys. When the kidneys fail, poisons accumulate and upset the whole system. Thats why you have constant backache and sharp, stabbing twinges. You may have headaches, nervous and dizzy spells with annoying bladder irregularities. Dont risk serious kidney disease. Use Doans Kidney Pills. Doans have helped thousands and should help you. Ask your nerve-rackin- g neighbor 1 Utah Case Mrs. William Hallows. Richfield, says: ill suf-,-.. tfUtah, S2fered with kidney trouble and It was all I could do to keep up. I could get my p2hardly shoes on in the back My morning. , ' zb ached all the time. swolwere feet My len and sacs of water came under my eyes. I got Doans Kidney Pills and they helped me right away. I used about five boxes and was cured. Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c Bos .1 DOAN C-S FOSTER -- MILBURN O- KpiDu!sir BUFFALO, N. Y. Courier-Journa- l. Relief Sure FOR INDIGESTION 6 RADIO Apparatus will be sold to millions of people this fall and. winter. Have you considered the advantages to your general business of installing Bell-an- s Hot water Sure Relief a Radio department? ELl-AN-S 25$ and 75$ Packages, Everywhere WATCH THE BIG 4 Stoznach-Kidneys-Heart-Li- Prosperity. Hard Times Im out. Harding Times Im in. ARE YOU GIVING OUT? Important to Mothers Examine How a Light Automobile and a Hand Truck Were Made to Do the Work of a Long Wagon in Holding a Load of Lumber. ' ver one-tent- Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the worlds standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles Just' how to establish such a department and maintain it at a high level of efficiency is told by Radio Merchandising The Magazine idio Industry One dollar will bring it to you for four months Three dollars a year Semi-Monthl- y of the Radio PubMing Corporation Incorporated Dept.41, 342 Madison Ave,NewYork City GOLDMEDAL ALFALFA USED FOR PASTURE Care Should Be Taken Not to Graze When Tender Shoots Are First : Appearing. Alfalfa should not be grazed when only the young tender shoots are first appearing for the crowns are liable to be permanently Injured and the aV fnlfa killed. It should never durinj the season be pastured down very close and will do better If permitted to grou enough so that at least one cutting ol hay may be taken each season. The National Remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wllhel-min- a. At all druggists, three sizes. Leak far tha name Gold Medal on every box and accept ro imitation TREATED ONE WEEK FREE Short breathing re- Heved in a few hours; reduced in a swelling few days; regulates the liver, Itidnays, stomach end heart: purifies the blood strengthens the entire system. Writ, for Frmm Trial Trmatment. CBILIIM DROPSY REMEDY CO, Oept S.O., ITURT jU, Lameness Stops from a Bone Spavin, Ring Bone, Splint, Curb, Side Bone, or Similar troubles and gets horse going sound. It acts mildly but quickly and good results are lasting. Does not Mister or remove the hair and horse can. be worked. Page 17 In pamphlet with each bottle telle hew. iUO a bottle delivered.. Hens Past I A free. T. F. T00RC.bc., 318 TaqJt St, WtU.