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"Soie Mouth" Prevalent
Among Cattle In Stokes
—A Remedy Given By
Dept. ol Agriculture.
A number of Stokes county
people have recently mentioned
the fact to the Reporter that
their cattle were suffering with
a disease known as sore mouth,
and the following sent us by the
State Department of Agriculture
may prove of interest:
We are beginning to receive
reports of some disease that
spread over the entire -Mate last
fall, Mycotic Stomatitis, or Sore
Mouth and of cattle. This
is a disease c.xus:d by cattle eat
ing food containing irritating
fungi, which c ius. j d an inllama
tory condition of the mouth, ton
gue, nostrils, udder and throat.
The disease is the result of j
cattle eating food containing
irritating fungi. The fungi is
usually found on the grasses
during an unusually hot, wet
season, immediately after heat
and moisture being conductive to
its growing.
The first symptom usually'
noticed is a dripping of saliva
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from th) mouth; inability to
graze, sluggishness of the cattle,
r a slight stiffness of gate and in
; clination to lie down most of the
time. Upon making a careful
examination, the mucous mem
brane would be found inflamed
and red. or, if the disease has
1 progressed far enough, small
ulcers may be found. The first
porton usually affected is the
dental pad, which takes the
place of the front teeth in the
upper jaw: this becomes inflam
ed and raw, consequently, the
' cattle are unable to graze, not
being able to cut the grass
blades, but could eat feed
already cut. From this point, if
not properly treated, the infla
mation will spread until the en
tire mouth and tongue are in
volved, becoming raw, making it
impossible for the cattle to eat
anything. In some cases the
outer portion of the lips and nos
trils are involved,
i In milch cattle, there is a
great decrease in the milk flow,
heavy milkers may completely
dry up in a few days. Small
red spots may be seen in the
udder and teats. A tempera
ture of 105 degrees F. to 197 de
grees F. is frequently seen. If
| the feet are examined carefully
1 small red spots or ulcers may be
seen at the top of the hoof or
between the toes.
If the affected animals are on
pasture they should be moved to
some place where they can bo
properly treated and fed on bran
mashes, or other easily masticat
ed food and given plenty of fresh
water. In each gallon of water
put one teaspoonful of chlorate
of potash, The mouth should be
well washed two or three times
a day with a three per cent,
water solution of carbolic acid,
or creolin or some other reliable
antiseptic The cattle should be
kept in a dry, clean place, in
order to keep the feet as free
from dirt as possible. The fact
should also be washed several
times a day with an antiseptic
solution. One of the most im
portant things is to 532 th it the
cattle get something that lliey
can eat. If constipated, give a
pound of epsom salts dissolved
in one quart of warm water. If
properly treated, the loss should
not exceed one or two per cent.
Yadkin County To Work Roads
On November sth and 6th.
The Yadkin Ripple says that
the citizens of that county will
go out on Nov. sth and 6th and
put in some telling licks on the
roads of Yadkin county. The
county commissioners and the
Board of Education of the coun
ty have each issued proclama
tions to the people of Yadkin
calling upon them to go out and
do their duty these two days.
All of the schools of the coun
ty will be suspended on the good
road days.
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A Good Fanner.
Mr. Charley M. Williams, of
Meadows, paid the Reporter a
pleasant call Saturday, and paid
for his paper another year in
advance. Mr. Williams is
pleased with the cash-in-advance
plan for newspapers, and says
that he thinks the Reporter has
done the right thing.
Mr. Williams is one of the
best farmers we know of. He
raises all his supplies at home,
including meat and bread, feed
stuff, vegetables, chickens,
eggs, etc., and does not have to
pay out money for anything
except sugar and coffee, the
Dan bury Reporter and taxes.
Mr. Williams is a good roads
man, believes in paying his
debts, and sleeping with a clear
conscience—and this is what it
takes to constitute a man
according to the old-fashioned
standards, and they are the
Hy the way, Mr. Williams 1
made a fine sale of tobacco on
the market lust we°k, averaging
about 2j cents. He has more to
sell, and besides has two good
porkers in the pen, which he
expects to get 800 pounds of meat
out of this fall.
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Having t|ualiiied as administrator j
of the estate i>( ■!. Su-ihi >!»'
deceased, notice is heiv'n iiivtMi to|
all persons holding ci.i.m» against
the said J. Swain Morei.ld 10 present 1
them lo me duly :> ut h>>n t Jv- 1 t«MI for!
payment on or before i :.f iith day j
of Oct.. 1:>14, or thin in>ti- will la 1 '
pleaded in liar of their re, -very. All j
persons indebted to the «ai 1 estate I
are respectfully requested to make
Immediate payment to me.
This the 4t!i day of Oct.,
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Danbury Reporter Will Adopt the
"Stop" Plan, and All Subscriptions
Will Be Cash-in« Advance.
After a great many years' trying out of the old
credit plan, the Reporter will adopt the cash-in
advance system for subscriptions.
Going into effect December 1, 1913, all subscriptions
on our books not paid up, will be dropped.
The Reporter is assured by hundreds of its patrons
that this plan will be much more satisfactory than
the old way of sending the paper on year after year,
whether the subscriber orders it or not.
It is a bad business policy to extend unlimited
credit for small sums of money.
All subscribers who want the Reporter to come on
to their address may settle up in full, and in advance
by December 1. Otherwise their papers will be
promptly stopped. Hundreds are now doing this,
and by December Ist we expect to have a clean list,
and but few names dropped.
Please take notice, and attend to this without
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