The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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SWINE ERYSIPELAS ONE-SHOT INJECTION BICILLIN FORTIFIED (Benzathine Penicillin G and Procaine Penicillin G) > i, PI. ALGIERS, ALGERIA. An old street in the Casbah. ^Wood market is held daily on this street. The man in foreground is cutting wood for charcoal bratiers, the sble means of heating most of the tiny rooms in the Casbah. Beyond are vendors of dates. PARIS, FRANCE. Iron Market, a stand selling antiques of various kinds. Iron Market is a grand "flea market" held twice a year, April and October, in the area between the Place de la Bastille and Place de la Republique. Flea Marqueteers and antique dealers from all over France come to this market to get rid of some of their merchandise which hasn't been selling well. Prices are cheap, bargaining is good. COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. Danish housewives like to buy their fish and sea-food fresh at this 800-year-old fish market. It is brought in to market and kept in tanks on boats until it is sold — fresh each day. Fish-wives wear paper hats on rainy days and lace bonnets on sunny days. Fish, eels, etc. are killed and skinned right before the buyer's eyes. This photo was taken in rain. AJACCIO, CORSICA. Market square in Ajaccio. Note the faces of the boys- Miss Littlefield has many other interesting photos of markets and we'll run more soon. One thing they will surely do — make us appreciate our sparkling clean grocery stores. f CAIRO, EGYPT. -These water buffalo are for sole at this cattle market held on Fridays south of Cairo. The versatile animal is most important in many parts of Africa and Asia — a combination work-horse and dairy cow. Why You Should before flies hatch and .multiply One spraying of kills flies from 4-8 weeks •kills maggots on contact Recent agricultural experiment station tests show that thocough pre-fly season spraying with Geigy Diazinon gives more effective fly control in dairy barns. Double Action Fly Control 1) One spraying of Diazinon on walls and ceilings kills adult flies and retains this killing power /or 4-8 weeks. 2) Diazinon sprayed on manure and other fly breeding areas kills fly maggots on contact — kills maggots before they develop into flies. This season spray less and pay less for effective fly control. Get the benefits of preventive fly control. Ask your farm supply dealer for long residual Diazinon now — before flies hatch and multiply 1 o*/a>«*r<>! direction* on label. oo r imicricioit GEIGY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS Saw Milt River Road, 'Ard»1«y,• N• w Vor . PHOTO CREDITS Eva Luoma; Jean Littlefield; John Jeter; Jeffrey Wrolstad; J. H. Staby; Howard Frisbee; Grover Brinkman; Bob Taylor; J. C. Allen and Son; A. M. Wettach; Wide World Photos; Hamilton Wright; United Press Photos; H. Armstrong Roberts; Harvey Caplin; J. W. Townsend.' GIT §//! ff INSECT CONTROL with economical C^ij'yC^ \\ Use Geigy Metboxychlor these fire different ways; O LIVESTOCK Direct application to animals controls horn flies and cattle lice. • /RUIT V 'X , v ' ." -' , J V Controls'plum curcylios, codling moths and many. • " lf ' ^JL*t« 'slT.i.n.'***' ^ •*" ' *" insects attacking a wide FORAGE CROPS CoBwls lelftoppcrs,' apittlebugs and many other insect pests, • ' ' GRAIN STORAGE BINS Application to empty grain storage bins provides effective residual control of most insects attacking No need to buy several insecticides when one will do the job ! Get five farm uses in one economical insecticide — Geigy Methoxychlor., Long residual Geigy Methoxychlor has low toxicity to humans and other warm blooded animals. It is neither excreted in milk nor accumulated in Jhe fat of animals to any appreciable extent. Get the economical insecticide for 5-in-l control: for live' stork; for fruit; for vegetables; (or field and forage crops; for grain storage him. Call your farm supply dealer for Geigy Methoxychlor today. Follow directions on label. u» t« o«f«'«4ro«i Of G EIGY »0r M ffcr/cwf Fpllow dirftflpn* on l«b«l CHEMICALS

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