For Horses, Mules, Sheep and Cattle,
keep nmstainig Lnmiimeinit always in stable, barn & house.
Do you keep a Cow ?
Caked or inflamed udder and sore teats are
quickly cured by the use of
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIflENT.
"LADY LOUISE" AND HER YOUNG MISTRESS.
Office of Pines Dairy, Mrs. A. I. Young, proprietress.
Columbus, Ga., April 26, 1895.
Lyon Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, K. Y.
Gentlemen:—A valuable Jersey cow—we called her Lady Louise, as she
was my youngest daughter's pet—was suffering such agony from an in¬
flamed and caked udder that my son stood gun in hand to shoot her and
end her misery, as everything the veterinary had tried failed to cure her.
My daughter, anxious to save her pet, pleaded that we try Mexican
Mustang Liniment. To please her I consented, and to my astonish¬
ment in three days the cow was almost entirely cured, and is now the most
valued cow in my stable. All we did was to bathe the udder with hot
water and then gently rub the Mustang Liniment in, but we were persist¬
ent and faithful in the rubbing three times each day. I have for years
been aware of the efficacy of Mexican Mustang Liniment and always have
it in the house and stable, but this case was so bad when we discovered it
that we thought it necessary to get a veterinary.
Mrs. a. i. young.
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT Cures all Old Sores and Ulcers. Wash with warm
water and Castile soap, then apply the Mustang Liniment as an oiutment.