The Hominy Herald (Hominy, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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PROPER TREATMENT FOR
OVERHEATED WORK HORSE
It Is Important to Know That Exhaustion From Summer
Heat May Be Prevented—Clean Stable,
Feed and Air Essential.
MONEY MADE IN TWO WAY8.
(By A. S. ALEXANDER, Wisconsin.)
When during the hot weather the
hard worked horse suddenly stops
sweating, lags, weakens, pants and
has hot dry skin and extremely red-
dened membranes of the eyes, nose
and mouth he 1b suffering from heat
exhaustion and by using the ther-
mometer it would be found that his
temperature is over 106 degrees.
Unless a horse in this condition is
Immediately rested, put in a cool,
shady, breezy place and there cooled
off he will be likely to fall and die of
heat apoplexy or "sun stroke.”
It therefore is well to know and look
suffers fearfully from the direct rays
of the sun. Also shade the polls of
horses at work and in such a way that
air can pass under the shading hat
or other cover.
When a horse shows symptoms of
heat exhaustion stop work, stand him
under a tree where there is a breeze,
shower his body with cold water from
a sprinkling can, keep cold wet packs
to the poll of his head and give him
large, frequent doses of stimulants
such as whisky in strong cold coffee.
Do not bleed him or give him aco-
nite or other poisonous drugs. Re-
peat the dose of stimulant every half
Bablnglcy Good Luck.
out for the symptoms here outlined
and then be able to at them intelli
gently. In the first ■ e it I,? impor-
tant to remember thr exhaustion
may be largely prevc ,ea.
By keeping the horse’s stable clean,
airy, perfectly ventilated, darkened
and screened in summer time.
Feeding the best of foods in ade-
quate but not extreme quantities.
Making no sudden changes of food.
Allowing plenty of cool, pure drink-
Permitting ample time for rest at
Removing the harness during such
Not overworking any horse and al-
ways changing frequently the middle
horse of a three horse team, as he
hour at first and every hour or two
as he gains strength and the fever
A good stimulant is prepared by
mixing together one part of aromatic
spirits of ammonia and two parts each
of alcohol and sweet spirits of nitre.
Of this give two ounces in a pint of
water or cold coffee as one dose.
If he is bloated give four ounces of
hyposulphite of soM dissolved In
water and inject soapy cold water and
glycerine into the rectum once an
hour until relievca. In case of sun
stroke call In the graduate veterinar-
ian as soon as possible.
An excellent likeness of Babingley
Good Luck, one of Lord Rothschild’s
famous shires, is shown in the illus-
"That palmist will tell you when
you are going to die."
“And then run and tell the under-
taker, I suppose, and get a commission
on the business.”
English in London.
Senator Depew, on the deck of the
Lusitania, talked about “English as
she is spoken in London."
“It is very difficult to understand
that London English," he said. “I
know a man who had lodgings all July
In Bloomsbury, near the British mu-
"On his return from the museum
one afternoon, my friend said to his
1 ‘Can I have a cup. of tea. If you
‘Certainly, sir; at once,’ the land-
lady replied. ‘The kettle ’as been
bi’lin’ for ’ours.’
“‘But—er—1 prefer freshly boiled
water, if you don’t mind,’ stammered
“The landlady reddened with anger.
“ ’Look ’ere,’ she said, ‘if I ’ad meant
wot you mean I’d ’ave said h-ours.’ ”
“The Wish Is Father to the Thought."
Dr. Robert L. Waggoner, the presi-
dent of Baldwin university, said, in
the course of an address on peda-
gogy at Berea, O.:
‘And one of the most remarkable
changes in the last 30 years of teach-
ing is the abolition of corporal pun-
ishment. A boy of this generation is
never whipped. But a boy of the last
Dr. Waggoner smiled.
“The boys of the last generation,”
he said, “must have believed that
their Instructors all had for motto:
" ‘The swish is father to the
HINGED HURDLER FOR SWINE
$100 Reward, $100.
rS? jM® cme Hi All Its stages, and that It
Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Curt Is the only positive
pure uow known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
heln* a constitutional disease, requires a conutitu-
ttona treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure * taken £
«tlng directly upon the blood and mucous
H*® system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving the patient
Itrength by building up the eonstltutton and a*lat-
‘I0";* ,ts work- The proprietors have
ip much faith In its curative powers that they otter
One Hundred Dollars for any caae that It ta
•ure. Send for list of testimonials
Address F. J CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
Bold by all Druggists. 75c.
Tfcfce Hall’s Family Pills for constipation.
“One of the delegates to the conven-
tion of the Negro Business Men’s
league in New York was worth
“Here's a pointer for the colored
“Let’s have It”
"That delegate didn’t make his
money shooting craps."
DIDN’T “GET” THE QUOTATION
Boston Reporter, Unlike Most News-
paper Men, Was Unfamiliar With
The “cub” reporter is the greenest
reporter on the staff of a newspaper.
When anything particularly stupid
happens on the paper, he is the
first to be accused, and he is usually
rightly accused. TlR only salvation
for him is to Improve, which be does
in nine cases out of a dozen. The
Boston Journal told recently of an
amusing "break” of a wholly Innocent
•ature which a certain cub made. If
it shows anything, It shows that a
thorough training In the Bible is use-
ful In other walks of life than the
The reporter had been sent to a
suburb to report a sermon. He ar-
rived late, near the close of the serv-
ice, and took a seat near the door.
When the last hymn was over, he
asked his neighbor, an elderly gentle-
“What was the text of the sermon?"
‘“Who Art Thou?’’’ replied the
"Boston reporter," replied the other.
The man smiled. Subsequently he
told the preacher, who next Sunday
told the congregation—at the cub’s ex-
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WELL?
The kidney secretions tell If disease
is lurking In the system. Too fre-
quent or scanty urination, discolored
urine, lack of control at night, indi-
cate that the kidneys
Doan’s Kidney Pills
cure sick kidneys.
J. F. Haynie, 7th
St., Forest Grove,
Ore., says: “Doan’s
Kidney Pills er. ved
my life. 1 was in bed
___lor weeks, passed
blood and was in terrible condition.
Doan’s Kidney Pills removed my trou-
ble and I have not had an attack for
over a year.
Remember the name—Doan’s.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Apropos of the enmity, now happily
burled, that used to exist between
Minneapolis and St. Paul, Senator
Clapp said at a dinner in the former
“I remember an address on careless
building that I once heard in Minne-
“ ‘Why,’ said the speaker in the
course of this address, ‘one inhabitant
of St. Paul is killed by accident in the
streets every 48 hours.’
“A bitter voice frbm the rear of
the hall Interrupted:
“ ‘Well, It ain’t enough,’ it said.”
A Business Transaction.
“So Mr. Pennlwiso married his typ-
ist!” said Miss Cayenne,
“I wonder whether she gains an al-
lowance or he merely saves a salary?"
Hardly Worth While.
“Scientists state that the sun wi’l
continue to give out the present
amount of heat for 30,000,000 years.”
“That makes a two weeks' vacation
look piffling, eh?"
“She telephones me every day.”
"What Is the reason of that?”
“I owe her a call and she Is deter-
mined to collect It.”
enable the dyspeptic to cat whatever he
wlshee. They cauee the food to a*(Imitate anJi
noiirUb the body, give appetite, and
Or. Tutt Manufacturing Co. New York.
The best investment possible is a
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 38-19KL
Do You Feel This Way?
Ill ff*d»1 all ItMrl Atri O FYre -----■** -
Do you feel all tired out P Do you sometimes
think you just can’t work away at your profes*
■ion or trade any longer ? Do you have e poor ipe>
tite, and lay awake at nights unable to sleep? Are
your nerves all gone, and your stomach too? Has am-
bition to forge ahead in the world left you P If so, you
might as well put a atop to your misery. You can do it if
you will. Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery will
make you a different individual. It will set your lazy liver
to work. It will set things right in your stomach, and
your appetite will come bock. It will purify your blood.
If there is any tendebey in your family toward consumption,
it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even after oon-
sumption has almost gained a foothold in the form of •
lingering oough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about •
Tn •£* tent‘ •“ *““• h '* * prepared by Dr. R. V. t
of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice it given free to all who wish to write him.
great success has eom« (mm hi* wSHa __i _____
. —“ —•'7' ~ vvwm jTtc ui wno wisn to write atm. run
has come from his wide experience and varied practice.
Doa. * ** wheedled by e penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior robtri-
tutes for Dr. Pieroe’s medicines, recommended to be “just as good.” Dr.
Pierce s medicines are or inown composition. Their every ingredient printed
on their wrappers. Made from roots without aloohol. Contain no habit-
forming drugs. World • Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y
Just Like a Girl.
“Her cooking-school habits are a
good deal of bother to me.”
“She always wants me to taste the
gasoline when the authomobile isn’t
Maidstone, Bask., Canada. Aug. 6th, 1910.
My parents cam© here from Cedar Falls, Town
WANTS SKTTLBR’S RATH FOR ms KTor -
• v*. mo men «uu t-v wry
taowwr|¥^,ib.UfaU- l wonld like to
t chance to get a cheap rate
™u ?*a n’ a2,d when return to Canada I will
call at yoaj office tor on r certificates.'^^
Youiu truly, H. A. Wlk.
WILL MAKE HIS HOMB IN CANADA.
ftht£tr7't? 2r”ac“ *?e ™tno BS soon as pos-
S.I Pi . 0 ^, ed. on a claim near Landis. Bask and
by his description of it It mast be a pretty place.
Instead of chasing pigs and having
them running in every direction, make
a V-shaped hurdler as shown In the
Illustration, says Farm Press. The
frame is light wood and the webbing
Is made by two thicknesses of close
mesh wire fencing wtth water-proofed
building paper between. A stiff wood-
en brace runs each way through the
center so the fencing may be stretched j
tight. It is light and so strong that it
is almost Indestructible. With one of
these rigs you can build a narrow
lane on one side of the pen and move
It ahead as the hog moves. He sees
the opening ahead and walks that
way to get out. Hogs may be coaxed
with a rig of this kind when It is im-
possible to drive them where you want
them to go.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a sale and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 3b'*Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Not That Meaning.
“The doctor said that. Bill was
drunk when we took the poor fellow
to have his head attended to last
night after he fell.’’ .
! "Doctor never said anything of the
“Didn’t I hear him? Said It was a
, jagged cut."
No evil dooms us hopelessly except
the evil we love and desire to keep in,
and make no effort to escape from.—
The gentleman exists to help; he
has no other vocation.—T. T. Munger.
Salts and Castor
Ajl—bad stuff—never cure,
VJ11 only makes bowels move be-
cause it irritates and sweats them,
like poking finger in your eye. The best
Bowel Medicine is Cascarets.
Every -Salts and Castor Oil user should
get a box of CASCARETS and try
them just once. You’ll see. sm
Caacareta—Me bo*—week's treatment.
All druggists. Biggest seller is tea
World -million boxes a monte.
Mach Mystery Surrounds Disap-
pearance of American Horne—
Attributed try Some to
Over three centuries ago, at the
time of the Spanish conquest, there
was not to be found in the new
world, so It has been practically
proved, a single animal that answered
to the description of the horse.
Horses, indeed, which the Spanish
brought with them, were objects at
first of great terror to the natives,
who took them to be four-legged su-
pernatural beings come purposely to
aid the conquerors. Yet recent re-
search by the Whitne^mission has es-
tablished beyond doubt that long be-
fore Columbus the Americas were
overrun by horses from the moun-
tains of Alaska to the plaina of Pata-
gonia. says Harper’s Weekly.
In*1826 the chance discovery In New
Jersey of an equine fossil of an un-
known kind, led to more methodical
Investigation of America, with the re-
sult that prehistoric horse bones
have been found in California and Or-
egon; between the Gulf of Mexico and
tha Carollnas; in Texas, Florida and
the valleys of Mexico; in tha basin of !
lb# Mississippi and on tha westnr* j
slopes of the Rocky mountains. Horses,
too, must have been numerous in this
country previous to the appearance of
man. researches having brought to
light their fossilized remains mixed up
with pottery and the stone arms of
How is it, then, that the equine race
represented in America by kinds of
[K8S“S._C£D8‘derab,y more numerous
than in Europe, came for a time to
vanish from this country to reappear
thousands of centuries later with the
Spanish conquest? For but a ceutry
after Cortez there were already in ex-
istence herds of wild horses in the
regions of the mata and the prairies
of the far west.
By some this temporary extinction
of the American horse has be*i at-
tributed to the increasing cold and the
encroachments of the glacial hemis-
phere. It is certain that the elephant
and camel disappeared at the same
time. Another explanation is that the
horses succumbed to a malady such is
the "rinderpest" In South Africa.
Again, what brought about this exedus
may possibly have been a spqcies of
the present-day Columbian vampire
bat which sucks the life blood of Its
victims, and in the districts It infests
prevents the horse being used as a
beast of burden.
We reduce life to the pettiness of
our daily living; we should exact our
living to the grandeur of life.—Phillips
Good for Sore Eyes,
for 100 year* PETTIT’S EYE SALVE has
positively cured eye diseases everywhere.
All druggists or Howard Bros.. Buffalo, X.Y.
Generosity does not consist in giv-
ing money or money’s worth. We owe
to man higher succours than food and
fire. We owe to man, man.—Emerson
IP YOU USE BALL BLUE,
Get Red Cross Bail Blue, the best Ball
Blue. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
The only certainty'is principle; as
new as today, and as old aa the uni-
Lida on Cream Cana.
Never put tight lids on cream cane
while the cream fa warm
l>r. Pleree’s plreunt Pellet. or* constipation.
Constipation Is the cans* of mans diseases Cura
tea cause and you cure the disease sa*7 to take.
I would say to all: Use your gent-
lest voice at home.—Elihu JJurrltt.
LOWEST PRICES EASY PAYMENTS
You cannot afford to experiment with
untried goods sold by commission
agents. Catalogues free.
THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLEIIDER CO.
I* W. Main Street. Dent. B, Oklahoma City. Okie.
OLD SORES CURED
Ulcer*.Bcmfalone Ulcere.Varicose t'lcen.ln-
dolent l lccrs.MercurialUlcers.WhlteSweU-
Intr.MlIk LeK-.FeverBoree.suold ssras. rstfio-ltee
AUars. 1, Ball Ms. J.P.ALLKBTbent. Ai-ttt-Panl Ulna.
SUMMER RE80KT NEAR HOME. Go te
Kaum. N.M. Dry. invigorating, mountain climate.
Bxponsp* motlrnitp. ©ll**iu opportunities lor in-
festaienu. Further ialonoAUun. »-tr»4 tttIii
SUFFERERS (ending dime to Prof. Kelly’s In-
stitute of Healing. Minneapolis. Kansas, will receive
booklet guaranteeing rapid cureof nearlyall diseases
; Thompson*! Eyi Wator
Wheat Yield in Many Districts Will
Be From 25 to 35 Bushels Per Acre
Land sales and homestead entries Increasing. No cessation in numbers going from United
States. Wonderful opportunities remain for those who Intend making Canada their home.
New districts being opened up for settlement. Many farmers will net, this year, *10 to $15 per
acre from their wheat crop. All the advantages of old settled countries are there. Good
schools, churches, splendid markets, excellent railway facilities. See the grain exhibit at the
different State and some of the County fairs.
Letters similar to the following are received every day, testifying to satisfactory
conditions; other districts are as favorably spoken of:
THRT 8BNT FOR THHIR SON. Mr. Frank J. Zimmer, lives there
and it wag through him that we decided to locate?
Cana***.” You re truly,
Mrs. Richard Henry Kbinger.
ins HIB F WTHER-IN-LAWS WORD FOBTX,
wfmnmNo«hCtT^U,e?- He ,fo™erly ilvedt*
KtfdS not vant^o
Peter A. NcIsoa <
WANTS TO RBTCRSt TO CANADA.
"I wen. to Caruda nJ?S^’
the states on account of my health. Please let ia
Alberta."1,00 !*«P rates toPonoke,
- **•«- --
J. S. CRAWFORD, No. 125 w. Ninlh Street, Kansas Cily, Ms.
The ONLY Guaranteed
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500 Big Shoe Men Fighting Our Plan
We have startled the nation with our Six Mouths' Guaraa-
tee offer on shoes! Never before have shoes been sold
under a written, money-back guarantee! Never before
has it been possible to make a shoe good enough to
back such a guarantee. Shoe manufacturers' enor-
mous selling expenses has prevented it.
* high-salaried traveling men
and their outlandish expenses.
We have done away with this wholesale waste
°(,“on0y- “«ll direct to dealers by latter,
alia make 2-cent stamps do the work of sales-
men. The thousands of dollars saved has been
spent on high grade foreign leathers and other
quality materials that others cant afford
an teed **8tx Months” shoes CAN be guar-
Desnoyers “SIX MONTHS’’ Shoes
Guaranteed for Full Six Months’ Wear
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- Oar “Six Months Shoes” not only have wearing qualities teat will tnrnria* *k. - -
SSteSE *£££*'*’ Uey bmT* * bemuUful «“* to wlll dcl?g£ th?2£j
Our Written Guarantee Vl* •ole*OTnpp«r* ^ nuns
eixth month we agree to refund $1.00 in cash In other word. on* during the
Send for Dealer’s Name and Style Book—So whether
shoe, business shoe or work shoe, you will And the best strlea and v_—w*nt • dress
enf “SU Months” Shoe. Send postal for style
Desnoyers Shoe Company, 2233 Pine st., St. Louis, is.
AM FADELESS DYES
Truth lika ririfly ntfll _______a ? _ ' --------------
Truth, like cork, will be uppermost
at one time or another, though kept
down in the water.- Isaac Taylor.
Your truly great are notoriously not \
happy.—J. C. Snaith.
The more worthy any soul Is, th-
larger Its compassion.—John Bright.
Every Man Should Fence His Yard
n/irWUlrtrtrtrtfi hls garden, orchard or stock. It insures a certain degree of
Privacy and keep* out undesirables. The best fence to use
for this purpose and the most economical is the famous
float* Pence, a combination of wood and wire. Insist on
your lumber dealer showing it to you or write
THE HODGE FEN&E St LUMBER* CO, Ltd.
Lake Charles, La.
You Look Prematurely Old
LA CREOLE” HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI.OO, retAlL
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