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-APRIL 25, 1907.
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
TO Bice Flame Oil Ccoli-Stovc
Tfcr.AllftA it's rlan ':-;Q,l!ZSei
Because it 's econom
ical. Because it saves
Because it gives best
Because its flame
can be regulated
Because it will not overheat your kitchen.
Because it is better than the coal or wood stove.
Because it is the perfected oil stove.
For other reasons see stove at your dealer's,
or write our nearest agency.
Made in three sizes and fully warranted. ,
cannot be equaled
for its bright and
steady light, simple construction
and absolute safetv. Eouinned
with latest improved burner. Made of brass throughout
and beautifully nickeled. An. ornament to any room,
whether library, dining-room, parlor or bedroom. Every
lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at
' STANDARD OIL COMPANY : '
9 " V
This is a very common complaint and
consists in the passage of an undue
quantity of liquid feces. It is usually an
eiioir or nature to remove some irri
tant from the bowels. It In n cfimmnn
condition attending many diseases. The
immediate cause or diarrhea is a con
gestion of the intentinal mucous incm
brane and a profuse secretion into the
intestinal canal. Diarrhea may be
caused ty. giving rich and succulent
food to an animal not acnistmnod tn it
or by indigestible food, or . by. sudden
cnangc or rood, or by Riving u full
drink of cold water, especially if the
animal is overheated. The bolting of
rood without thorough mastication,
cooked fod, intestinal worms, undi
gested food due to bad teeth
of the salivary glands or duets, or raw
potatoes. unwholesome grain, and
roughness that have been subjected to
fermentation all these may bo th-j
cause of this trouble. Horsemen say
that light horses and sorrels ure more
subjected to this trouble than (In rUf r
severity. At lirst the discharge instead
vi presenting a normal appearance is
more liquid and is ejected in a vloleut
manner. Tlie discharge may be of &
light color, fetid, indieat
of bile, or of a dark yellowish color
and odorless. Klight, griping pains may
ue nouceu. xne pulse at first may not
show any, great change but after a time
may become weak and quickened. In
slight diarrhea the appetite is not af
fected. In the more severo and con
tinued forms there is usually a loud
rumbling: in the abdomen. There is a
loss of appetite, the animal loses flesh
very raniolv. th iiirimiti, .,,, n.
body are cold, the gait, is staggering,
TreatmentThe first thing l be
taken into consideration i the possible
cause and the removal of the sumc.
Small doses of castor oil combined with
laudanum may bo given as a drench
with a llttlo linseed gruel or flour In it.
When the cause cannot bo ascertained
eniorai hydrate 1 ounce nnri wtr
ounces, mixed with flour water, should
uo given as a drench. Flour water or
gruel is added so that it will not Injure
the-mucous membrane of the mouth.
Parched Hour added to boiled water J,-,
also useful. Lime water can be made by
pouring water on fresh lime. After It is
slacked and settled the water con be
poured off and used. The tHrct that ru
cornpanles this disease should be grati
fied. .The animal .should reeni I'M unti.i
at frejuent Intervals, of course thechiil
oeing iuien on sr tn0 water. Blood
meal mudo Into a 1ellv. with lint wni.
can bo given in teaspoonful dosea oil
i .u umguo wun very good success.
Wnen the animal is on th mmi
covery teasoonful doses of ground
Done three times a dav will nrt .
good tonic and restorative
Mop on IIok.
.B.7 ,.7, i ;i v omjuuii itrou-
l(m II Ih a f.i,.t m ..
- . ictv milt very xew nogs
are free from these insects. Their fa
VOritH SOflt ll hniir il.
. ui nu w, aiong
the neck, and under the breast. These
vermin are bloodsuckers and in a short
tinie produce a very weak condition in
the animfil fima r..,i,t.w.
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eusccptible to other diseases, They
cause considerable discomfort and un
thriftinoBs in hogs and as a result
heaw lOHttPfl nrmit nnm,.,i;.. rm ...
, - aiiiuiuj', xuetw in
sects an liable to appear at any time
of the yent, for the wnrmth of th
hog is sufficient to hatch1 the eggs
On account of the louse being a
bloodsucking animal it Is not necessary
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Cr-M-Stcren Laiji'vd ieol Section
THE FRUIT GARDEN.
By I O. WILLIAMS.
Arbor day: Nebraska is the home
of Arbor day and as such it is fitting
Indeed that our state should remem
ber it in an appropriate way. The
twenty-second of April has by leg
islative enactment became a fixed
date for the annual observance of this
day. ' ,
There is much to commend It to
the lover of trees by the observance
of this day. The school children nro
taking an aclivo interest in Uh cele
bration, where the teachers have taken
Tho interest in the work of tree
planting 1ms been growing Hteadi'y
sinco the inauguration of Arbor day
and we rejoice to hp0 It thus. There
is something of danger in tho too
popular pUntmg of a tree. W need
to give less attention to the quantity
of trt ft, but givo the matter of
raring for them moro thought. The
tendency has Iwt-n to increase the
planting at th expense of the ulti
Th reeulti of thin ambition to get
tho tro V planted out without special
though', ai to thrlr care aro apparent
evrywh0r today. VV mo It in our
rrMA that ar lined up in many
plrtv.i with crookel and 111 dliaiwd
trf many of thmn covrtd wttM
knotst and wound that are due to i
ttvrtrte pruning. !
Tnr I alo found th runty rtrn j
and the squatty box elder intermingled
vYiui me coarse growing cottonwood.
All this irregular planting and care
less thought in regard to the weirare
of the trees shows a lack of training
on the part of our tree planters as to
the beauty and symmetry of our
trees. W seo men stop on the street
ind admire a passing horse that has
wttn uameu wun care and Intelli
gence to do its master's bidding.
Throngs of people attend our agri
cultural fairs and stock shows, where
they admire and measure the sm
metry and fin form of the various
classes of animals. Is it not ttme
that wo wero devoting morc attention
to tho beauty and symmetry of our
Professor Hal icy once said tha a
man's conception of beauty lies most-
ly under hi.- hat.
Some look upon the trees as only
worth m much per aero for the cord
wood r timber they will producv.
or as worth so much for windbreaks
to Kheltcr their stock vimli
Very few there are who ndm!r the
various forms and varltictt of tres
for their Uauty and who ntudy tit.r
habit and t huractrr with rrfeni
to their bent development.
W would urgo upon our school
bird and t-,it hrr upon our uxrl
cultural and h'.rlk-ulfirnl nociniea
the Important of traintnc our rhi!.
drn, our younf mm ami maid...
in iinportaiue ui tn utur tare of
and there is also a thirst manifested.
JJiarrhea may be a forerunner of other
diseases, such as pneumonia, and lam
to apply poison for the destruction
of the sMif, Any decoction that can bo
made so that it is sosipy or oily will
top up the pores of the louse and
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