The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 1, 1936 · Page 33
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April 1, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 33

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINETEEN Diagnosis Clinic Held at College But Local Vets Can Best Handle Animals. Diseased animals and fowls can best be cared for by local ·veterinarians, says County Agent M. E. Olson. If this is impossible animals may be shipped or brought directly to the Iowa State college division of veterinary medicine, Ames, to be autopsied for diagnosis. The local veterinarian, however, has the advantage of being present at the farm to observe the conditions. He may perform the autopsy anJ send the affected parts to the college for confirmation of his diagnosis. Wants Them Brought The laboratory at the college prefers that animals be brought instead of shipped. Not only are the animals likely to be in better condition if brought to the laboratory, but also the owner can describe the history of the illness and symptoms which help in making diagnoses. Sick a n i m a l s , whether brought directly or shipped, are preferable for diagnosis. Even if the animal dies en- route the material is fresher than it would be if it were dead when shipped. Small dead animals, if well ·wrapped, may be sent by parcel post. Others may be expressed. If possible, baby chicks should be sent'alive by parcel post. Live animals must he properly crated for shipping. It is best to send more than one affected animal to allow for confirmation of the diagnosis. A letter accompanying the material should state all known history of the case symptoms and the number of · animals lost under similar conditions. Impractical to Ship. Generally it is impractical to ship large animals for a greal distance. It is most satisfac tory to have a local veterinarian perform the autopsy. A schedule of fees charged by the laboratory for diagnoses follows: Sheep, calves, hogs horses, cows, dogs and other large animals, SI; and hens roosters, turkeys, geese and ducks, 50 cents. Price for the diagnosis is th same regardless of how manj animals are autopsied. If one or two animals are autopsied without a definite diagnosis being evident, others may be sent in during the next two weeks without an additional charge. Many Different Crops Listed in Seed Directory "Iowa seed for Iowa farms." That is the aJm of the new 1936 seed directory now available. Joe L. Robinson, Ames, secretary of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain Growers' association, has compiled the directory, which gives the name, address, kind and amount of seed each fanner or firm has for sale. Requests for the directory may be addressed to Mr. Robinson, and copies will be mailed soon. The supply of corn listed is arranged according to sections of the state. Sources of seed Supplies Water The type oJE poultry wa- terer shown above is being used successfully by many Iowa farmers, according to W. M. Vernon, extension poulfrrynian at Iowa State college. The pipe extends down into the water trough. When the wat«r f»ls the trough up to a certain point, the flow Is stopped until it drops below the end of the pipe again. In this type of waterer the barrel must be air tight. Such equipment keeps a supply of clwin water on the range at all times. of the following other crops are also listed: Oats, oarley, spring wheat, soybeans, clover, alfalfa, flax, cane, Sudan grass, timothy, rape, millet, buckwheat and Reid canary grass. JOHN DEERE QUALITY IMPLEMENTS Plows Engines Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Corn Planters Binders Cultivators Manure Spreaders Corn Shelters Hay Machinery Wagon Boxes Endgate Seeders Farm Trucks BETTER CROPS AT LOWER COST WITH JOHN DEERE QUALITY FARM EQUIPMENT CERRO GORDO IMPLEMENT CO. 115 EIGHTH STREET S. E. MASON CITY, IOWA Carl M. Sheimo AUCTIONEER Form Soles o Specialty Phone 13 or 6002, Fertile, low*. Good Used C A S E 15-27 Tractor O L I V E R 3-Bottom Plow HATHORN MOTOR PARTS CO. 105 First Street S. E. ^^··»^»^B^^^^^^^^--^^-- Farm Edition Specials Men's Boys' SHIRTS WORK All Sizes ... A Buyfor Whether you live in the country or town--you can save money on these special values at Sam Raizes store. SPECIAL ON Overalls Men's Blue Deniro, Hickory Stripe, Well Made Overalls. On Sale 770 Same in Boys' 49c MEN'S Work Shoes Good Wear, 'Sixes 6 to 11. SPRING SUITS--TOPCOATS A Dandy Selection for Your New Easter Outfit! Suits for Men and Young Men! Broken lots--sizes 32 to 40 o n l y . CLEAN PRICE ,, A beautiful lot of Suits or Topcoats- sizes 32 to 46--$ S P R I N G PRICE _ SALE 9 ss SUITS OR SPRING COATS Firm worsted fabrics in dark colors. Every garment all wool, SPECIAL VALUES AT ONLY Buy at Sam's and Save $2 to $5 On Each Garment! THREAD, 6% c Black or White Ladies' Handkerchiefs, ^ £ Special, each A Women's COTTON HOSE, -f A c All Sizes, pairJLv WATER PAILS 12 Quart ·§ Qc Size JLft? BASEMENT FEED--For Stock or Chickens. A large assortment at Special Prices. MEN'S WORK PANTS Good heavy grade, all sizes balance of week only -.. MEN'S ROCKFORD SOCKS, 15c grade 10' Men's or Boys' Fancy Rayon SOCKS. This Sale Only pair BLOCK SALT, 50 Pounds 35 Outing Flannel While 10 Bolts Last, Per Yard Lim- Q c ited BOYS' Easter SUITS With One or Two Pair Pants Very Special $3*5 $49* See Them Before Buying! GROCERIES Extraordinary B a r- gains have been arranged in our GROCERY DEPARTMENT for this sale. SPRING SHOES For the Entire Family a t . . . MONEY SAVING PRICES Sam Raizes DEPARTMENT STORE Highest Prices Paid for Eggs-Cash or Trade! OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8:30 215 S. Federal Ave. Phone 434 Window Shades Washable, first quality, 36 inches wide. Regular 69c grade ON SALE 49* Motor Oil Round the World 2 Gallon $| .05 Can, Special JL PRESS A larsc atuMtrlmtnt, guaronU-fd fast color, cellophane wr»pied. $1.00 Value 69'

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