Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR! THURSDAY AND FOR 9 EXCITING DAYS! Box-type steel axles, frame; nil nuts and bolts cadmium plated to resist rust Reg. 134.50, 4-ton net payload, DAVID BRADLEY FARM WAGON Tele> -opinr reach U Jrnfti.-n wheelbase; swivel action takes uneven jronnd In stride. SAVE 10.00 DURING OUR LEADERSHIP SALE 124 less tires and tubes $13 Down, $10 Month on Sears Easy Terms (Usual carrying charge) Tlmken wheel bearinfi; disc. wh<-els takes standard 6:00, «:5« or 7:«0xl« Hres and tubes. Rocklnr front bolster re- daces twlslinf: radius-rod steering for short turns, accurate trailing • New ! 3 /4-in. wheel-spindles mounted in stainless steel journals with renewable bronze bushings. • New "Neoprene" grease seal to hold grease longer. • New box-section front bolster—stronger • Extends 7 to 11 feet to take up to a 16-ft. standard box or rack. Special savings in the price; special savings in the multiple things this wagon can do: Hauls a 4-ton net- payload at tractor speeds, great load stability; low, easy-to- load, yet has high road clearance for work on uneven ground; exceptional strength in its new stronger steel construction. See all its features now. Save at Sears! EXTRA SAVINGS ON FARM NEEDS AS SEARS CELEBRATES 63 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP 10-Quart Dairy Pail Reg. 79c 59c Tin plate, mirror finish pall. Sold c r e d seams. Heavy wire bail. 10-qt iWc 12-Quart Strainer Ke<r. 1.98 1,79 Seamless 1-pc. construction. Ruil- resistanl extra- heavily coaled tin plate jirainer. Steel Wagon Box Holds 92 Bushels Of Grain Reg. 134.50 .... 119.00 Extremely versatile for all around farm use. Completely grain-tight. Mode of 14 gauge steel. Adjustable endgate. Milk Filter Discs Plain-type, 6-inch Size Reg. 45c, 100 for 29c Good milk filtering .«rvic«, .xeeplioo- olly low co»r. Puie bleached coMon fib«n. Uniform jize, thickness. Buy now. Bushel Basket 28-qa. Corrugated Steel 2 , v.....-.,.ww.w . Rop« handles for easier carrying for many garden or farm chores. Steei reinforced rim. 1/j-bu. capacity. MAKE MONEY ON CORN STORAGE SAVE EXTRA TOO ON A TOP QUALITY FARM-MASTER ALL STEEL CORN Immediate Delivery 1725 Bu. Sixe for Only Store vour corn right on your own farm. Save on one of these extra-strong Farm-Master cribs. You can get immediate delivery now, too. So contact Sears today and be ready. Farm-Master cribs are made of strong 11 gauee welded wire fabric with extra-strong frame. They more than meet AAA specifications. All steel 26 gauge steel rafters supported roof. See them at Sears today. wney ISEftRS 115 East State St. COMPLETE FARM STORE Phone 380 y Globe-Gazette Worms Most Widespread Hog Parasite Worms take a heavy loll in thrift and gain in Cerro Gordo county pigs each year, according to Marion E. Olson, county extension director. He says that they are probably the most common and widespread parasite that hog raisers need to guard against. Worms usually result in stunted growth, unthrifty pigs and wasted feed. Often, pigs that appear to be normal may be infested and not gaining properly. If worms are suspected in pigs, Mr. Olson suggests 'the use of a vermifuge for treatment. He points out that Dr. K. W. Stouder, extension veterinarian at Iowa State college, recommends sodium fluoride, because "it is 95 per cent effective and may be administered in the feed. This eliminates the necessity of handling each pig. Treatment consists of feeding a mixture of 99 parts of dry feed and 1 part of sodium fluoride. The feed must be dry and care must be taken to mix the chemical and feed uniformly and in proper amounts or else the pigs may be poisoned, according to Dr. Stouder. Where the chemical is not mechanically mixed at a mill, he suggests careful and thorough mixing of sodium fluoride in a small lot of ground feed which in turn can be added to larger amounts of dry feed to gel the correct percentage. Danger of poisoning by sodium fluoride concentrations is lessened when the chemical is mixed well in smaller amounts. For example, 1 pound of the fluoride may be well distributed in 5 to 10 pounds of grain which is then mixed thoroughly in enough feed to make a total of 100 pounds. Fall Usually Best for Spreading Lime Fall is a good time to spread lime because it then has plenty of time to dissolve in the soil to prepare it for legume seeding, says H. R. Meldrum, extension agronomist at Iowa State college. According to Meldrum. quarries have been operating at capacity for some time, so that they have abundant supplies on hand. Also, truck operators are ready and waiting. Conditions for spreading lime generally are better in the fall than they are in winter and spring. Also, fall spreading offers a greater selection of fields to spread it on. Lime may be spread immediately after soybeans are harvested and after corn is off, whether put in the silo or crib. »It may be spread ahead of.winter wheat or in pasture renovation. The ideal way to apply lime is on fall plowing, Meldrum says. As a general rule, do not plow under lime unless it will be plowed again before legumes are seeded. Lime does its best work in the lop layer of the soil. Thus, plowing it under puts-it down 'where it does the legume little good, but a second plowing will return the limed part to the surface where it will benefit the legume seeding. CLEAN OUT RUST, SCALE, DIRT AND SLUDGE... THE WAY A clean cooling system is ai important to your car as proper lubrication. We can clean your cooling system thoroughly, quickly, economicafly with thif new, modern method, AI Cr Dicks r-Service Super- 105 So. Penn Phone 222

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