The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 11, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 17, 1914 Page: 2 of 8
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Hog Raised by a Pig Club Boy In Alabama.
for all by Calumet.
JFor daily use In millions of kitchens has
proved that Calumet is highest not only in
vitality but in leaumingpoivtraa well—un-
failing In r< suits—pure to the extreme—and
wonderfully economical in use. Ask youi
(rocer. And try Calumet next bake day,
' Received Highest Awards
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(I'reparcd by the United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture.)
Farmers' bulletin of the depart-
ment of agriculture has the following
suggestion to members of the boys'
pig clubs, and others interested in hog
The feeding and care are as import-
ant as the breeding in producing a
good hog. Plenty of feed and good
care may make a good hog out of a
runt, but lack of it will always make
a runt out of a good pig.
To make pork cheaply a permanent j
pasture and forage crops must be
Young pigs must have a dry bed and ;
plenty of sunshine.
Uegln feeding the pig as soon as he
will eat, and keep him growing until i
he is mature.
Always keep plenty of clean, frosli :
water where the hogs may drink at j
any time. "
Quarantine all newly purchased ant- i
mals for three weeks.
Never keep a female for a brood
sow, no matter how well bred she
may be, if she will not produce more
than four strong pigs at a litter.
The more milk a sow will give the
faster her pigs will grow.
Lice prevent a hog from doing well.
Always keep a mixture of charcoal,
wood ashes, lime, sulphur, salt and
copperas before the hogs.
ISvery boy who becomes a member
of a boys' pig club Is urged to do all
within his power to learn, and, if pos-
nlble, to become a winner in his club.
To win a prize is not so great in it-
self, but to learn and to do the work
required to win a.premium will be of
inestimable value to him later. Kach
boy will be more skillful and compe-
tent because of a year's experience as
a club member.
The bulletin also contains the fol-
lowing advice for preventing hog
Do not have hog lots next to high-
ways. railroads, or streams. If your
neighbor's hogs have cholera do not
allow anyone from his farm to visit
your farm, and especially your hog lot
or pens, and keep away from your
neighbor's hog lot, whether his hogs
have cholera or not.
Do not keep pigeons or allow them
to alight on your premises.
Keep away ^fows and buzzards.
Quarantine all new hogs brought to
your place until you are sure they
are free of disease.
Do not allow a patent-medicine man
on your place, for you do not know
how recently he has visited a sick
Disinfect your wagon and your own
shoes and clothes after hauling hogs
to stock yards or railroad loading
Avoid every possiblo way of carry-
ing infection to your hogs.
"An ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure" is an old saying, but
in this case it is everything
COW FEED COMES VERY HIGH THESE DAYS
Tev don't sav *oney wfcea yon hmy cfc«tp'«t llf-eoa
b*Vi«r powder. Don't bo mukd. b07 CaIo ot. It's
moro economical— inoro trhnloaomo—|i*H bwt rtsulto.
Colo met is lor snporlor to or milk and socio.
Why Suffer From Headaches,
Hunt's Lightning Oil quickly relieves
the pain. The Hurting and Aching stop
utmost instantly. A truly wonderful remedy
for those who suffer. It is astonishing how
che pain fades away the moment Hunt's
Lightning Oil cones in contact with it
.So inany people are praising it, that you
can uo longer doubt. For Cuts, Burns,
Hruisesand Sprains it is simply fine. All
dealers sell Hunt's Lightning Oil in
*5 and 50 cent lx>ttles or by mail from
A. B. Richards Medicine Go.
A tot lot preparation ©f merit.
Help* to era/llrat* dandruff.
For R« torin# Color and
iMutr toGrw f or Faded Hair.
Mfl. and )-M«t DrmnfUU.
Fine Holsteln Fresian Cows. A Good Dairy Type.
In all sections where dairying is be-
ing conducted cattle foods are each
year becoming more costly and every
dairyman should make an effort to re-
duce the cost of his cow food.
Instead of feeding hay that is wortli
$15 a ton he should replace a large
portion of it with ensilage which can be
raised chiefly by machine labor.
Instead of supplementing a poor
pasture with purchased grain foods,
he should raise oats and peas, green
corn and other sreen soiling crops.
Instead of buying fattening foods
like corn meal, he should buy mills
u4 V*.** lAff*to4 flaoat. tartotlM of fruit and or-
is JQU •falsi namcBUil roioo and ohrtiti-
«ry, rrrlfc* today for cauut*g. Agonw wanted.
Hiwod, Wtiotaaalo and KotaH Nqrnarloa. Tyler, Tex.
16, $1.00; 100, *.00: auicli.
—i laMMa j#l
£. W. LEGHQRJ E09S iVVM'
Pet tits Eve Salve
When hogs arc fed right, there will 1
be very little odor in the pen.
a * *
If you want strong lambs give ewes j
wheat bran in t'.ie grain ration.
* • *.
Keep the pigs warm. They will grow
all winter if conditions are right.
• • •
The breeding sows should have a
combination of foods and very little
Some meti s shoats and fall pigs are
amailer in the spring than when winter
• • •
IT the hogs are warm and comforta-
ble, it takes leuR food to keep them
• ♦ «
With bacon at twenty-five or thirty
cants a pound It pays to keep pigs and
keep them right.
Writei Lady Who can Now Walk Four
Miles a Day Without Feel-
Boydton, Va.—Mrs. Fannie Doyd, of
tbla town, says: "I am sure I would
have been in my grave, had It not
been for Cardui, the woman's tonic,
and I certainly cannot praise it
enough, for it is worth its weight In
gold. I am, today, a walking adver-
tisement for Cardui.
Before taking Cardui, I could hardly
walk across the floor, I was so weak.
1 underwent an operation last spring
for womanly trouble, but felt no better.
After using 8 bottles of Cardui, the
woman's tonic, my ulcers were all
gone, I can eat hearty without suffer-
ing any pain, feel fine in every way,
work all day, and can walk four miles
a day without feeling tired.
Please publish this letter, as I would
like for every wriman to know what
Cardui did for me."
Many letters, similar to the above,
come to us, unsolicited, every day.
This one should surely convince you
of the merit of Cardui, as it expresses
the earnest sentiment of a lady who
has tried it.
If you suffer from any of the numer-
ous ailments so common to women,
such as headache, backache, nervous-
ness, weakness, pains in sides and limbs,
sleeplessness, etc., begin taking' Cardui
today. It will help you, as it has helped
so many others, in the past half century,
The girl Who can't jlnj
sing is entitled to her
Const Ipa t ion cause* many «"'<>•"
esKcx. ft is thoroughly cured by Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. On# a laxatiw
three for cathartic. Adv.
producing foods like bran, cottonseed
meal and gluten meal.
As a rule it is most profitable to
buy the kind that will produce the
most protein at the least cost.
Many of the failures in dairying are
due to the fact, that farmers disre-
gard these points and go out, and buy
grain foods without discriminating
To keep good cows and feed them
good wholesome food in abunfance
and provide this food cheaply is abso-
lutely necessary if we are to make a
substantial profit from the business.
Never groom a horse while he ta
. • *
fyook out 'that the fowls are not orer
fleshy. It is not good for man, beast
or fowl to be too fat.
Never give water or oats to a horse
until he litis been in the stable an hour
and hns had .some hay.
Sharpen and repair all garden tools.
Purchase any new ones needed so aa
to have them on hand.
liens positively cannot bo kept
healthy and brisk very long if they do
not have pure, fresh food, and In good
• a #
Change the bit of the horse with tha
sensitive mouth. Take off the c^jeck.
or let it. out. Try a large rubber-cov-
Wheu iho operations of castrating
and docking of lambs are neglected,,
the market is the deciding factor of a
larger or smaller price paid for th#m.,
N. R-Wrtf. Ik Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chatta-
nooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., tor
Specialliutruclltiv, and 64-pa^e book. Home Treat-
jpeerm in runi.ni, wiu uw., > -••.
ment for Women," tent in plain wrapper, on
Every woman likes to go away on
visit—If It's only across tlio street to
borrow an apron pattern.
Examine* careful !? SlSTRttt. <«
CASTOHIA, a safe and sure remedy tor
Infants and children, and aee that ft
In ITse For Over 30 Yearn.
Children Cry for Fletcher^ Castori*
"Don't you believe in the death pe >
alty for murder?"
"Certainly, capital idea."
THINK OF THE MILLIONS
that have been relieved in the past 7S
years by Wright's Indian Vegetable
Pills and decide whether they are not
worth a trial. They regulate the
bowels, stimulate tho liver and purify
the blood. Adv.
"What unspeakable manners Jiggers
"Yes; bo vociferous."
"This journalist who wants to see
"I refuse to be interviewed!" ex-
claimed Senator Sorghum. "The last
bunch of anecdotes he thought up and
attached my name to weren't anything
like up to standard."
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls! Beautify Your Halrl Make It
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant—Try
the Moist Cloth.
Try aR you will, after an application
of Danderine, you cannot find a single
trace of dandruff or falling hair and
your scalp will not itch, but what will
please you most, will be after a few
weeks' use, when you see new hair,
line and downy at first—yes—but real-
ly new hair—growing all over the
A little Danderine immediately dou-
bles tho beauty of your hair. No differ-
ence. how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a clotli with
Danderine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. Tho effect is im-
mediate and amazing—your liair will
be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an
appearance of abundance; an incom-
parable luster, softness and luxuri-
ance, the beauty and shimmer of trua
Get a 23 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderino from any store and prove
that your hair is as pretty and soft
as any—that it has been neglected or
injured by careless treatment—that's
The man who argues has breath to
and you will have the
I secret of continued good -
health—allow it to be- I
come impaired and you ■
I weaken the entire sys- ■
tern. For any disturb- |
ance of the Stomach,
Liver and Bowel9 try ■
|YJi will find It beneficial In every wiyj
OILSOc —01 SOAP 86c
Sentl ten cents for Bainplmi
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The Antiseptic powder r.halcen Into
the shoes—1The Standard Rem-
edy lor the feel for n quarter
_ century 30.000 testimonials. Sold
Tilde Muilc everywhere. 25c. Sample FRRK.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted. I.c Roy. N V.
The Man who put the EEs In FEET*
Whenever You Need a General Tonio
The Old Standard
Is Equally Valuable as a General Strengthening Tonic, Because It Acts on tin
Liver, Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds Up the Whole System.
iTou know wliat you are taking when you take Grove'« Tasteless chill Tonio, a*
the formula is printed on. every label, showing that it contains the weil-knowu
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and
Fever, Weakness, General Debility and Loss of Appetite. Gives life and vigor to
Nursing Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. A True Tonio and Sure Appetizer.
For grown people and children. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean It. 50«W
AND ALL NOSC
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Cum the alck and *«u •• ■ preventive for other*. Liquid given on tbs
tongue. Safe for brood mere* and all other*. Ue t kidney remedy; Wo aaA
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SPOHN MEDICAL CO., ChemlaU, GOSHEN, INDIANA
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Banger, J. E. A. & Erwin, W. L. The Cass County Sun (Linden, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 11, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 17, 1914, newspaper, March 17, 1914; Linden, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341172/m1/2/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.