Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1937 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1937
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·MASCTkCITY GLOBE-GAZEttE MEN APPRECIATIVE OF AIR CONDITIONING ,. 100 KINDS OF CUTWORMS A survey taken by Michigan State college indicates that more than 100 kinds of cutworms are serious menaces ,to "Michigan crops, lawns, foliage, and other, growth. ' BETTER FARM BUILD INGS FOR LESS MONEY with Weyerhaeuser LUMBER Exact Lengths Smooth Ends Tight Joints Square Ends Full Bearings READY FOR USE . Webster Lumber/ Inc. 516 Second Street N. W. Phone 808 With new General Dual 1O you can stop your car straight in its tracks--on any road, wet or dry · It's here! The new General Dual 1O--a radically different tire--with xnagicribboni of rubber that squirm into a squeegee-like action -when you put on the brakes. The fint tire to end the danger' ous skidding swerve. A tire that Btopsyou straight in you* tta cks--Inwet or dry w eather -- with no tail skid--and stops you Quicker. Isn't this worth. Investigating? Come . in--take a rid«--'- · : ice for -yourself. We think you'll be afraid to drive ' · hy car without Dual 10»." MULLIGAN 8 SON New Variety : Sprinjr Wheat. A new variety of spring wheat, Thatcher, which was developed in Minnesota, gives promise of being highly adaptable to Iowa 'Conditions; according to latest reports- from the Iowa agricultural experiment station. Rust resistant, it wilh- stood the 1935 rust epidemic-and yielded 28 and 2D bushels to the acre in two 1936 tests. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU APPLY .THE B R A K E S ! M i g l e r l h b o ·quiro* into * ·quccgee-Uko action lha lurface clean andtrip ia_«verr direction-- pro." vide coaitnt, · ure tnctiop on any rood, wet or dry. M 1 3 Wesf Stote St. Phone 2050 GENERALD^IO Helps Her to Keep On Laying Eggs Housing of Poultry Found Different Than That of Other Livestock. Whether the poultry house is modernistic "or futuristic in its design matters little to the average hen, but she does appreciate "air-conditioning" in the cold winter months and shows her nppreciation by keeping on laying, H. H. Alp, extension poul- tryman, college of agriculture, University o£ Illinois, contends. Housing of poultry for winter is a different problem from housing other farm livestoclf. The amount of heat developed by the birds is so insignificant from the standpoint o£ affecting room temperatures ~ that those housing facilities are best which provide the hens with plenty of fresh air and at the same time protect them against extremely low temperatures. - Production Down. Nearly every flock owner has seen egg production drop off after a severe cold spell. On the other hand, experimental evidence indicates that heated houses with temperatures of 60 degrees Fahrenheit adversely affect the health, body, weighl and egg size of the birds. ; In preventing slumps in egg iroduction following cold spells, he use of heat to maintain an average temperature o£ about 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit has been found effective. For rnahy flock owners, temporary heat during cold periods can be provided by the use o£ brooder stoves or some other comrhbn type of room heater. Unit Will A r ary. The kind ol heating unit used will vary with the availability ind price of fuel. In the event of a cheap source o£ fuel, regular heating units might well be installed, such as hot water pipes laid in the floor or hung on one ol the walls. If heat is to be used profitably, in poultry houses, it is neces- ;ary that it be low in cost of operation and not represent a big investment To consider rl more than" a possible supplementary aid in getting winter eggs is a mistake. . SOMETHING TO Cackle About! Yes, Sir . . . It's the Extra High Quality of LA FENDRICH CHARLES DENBY, and EMERSON cigars. They ore good- smelling, grand-tasting, even- burning smokes. Your dealer sells these leading brands. Try them Today! Lloyd Liesenberg Co DISTRIBUTOR MASOK CITY Does It Pay to Feed Cow Gram? Here are some" results on one herd in the Hopkinton. Iowa, C. T. A. where cows were Jed no grain this summer. The cows started to receive a limited amount of grain. Following are the results: September with no grain, 10 cows milking, one dry. Average 259 Ibs. milk, 10.1 Ibs. fat. Cost of feed, $1.50, income above feed cost, $2.45. October, with limited grain. Eleven cows, 1 dry. Average fi49 Ibs. milk, 18.6 Ibs. fat. Cost ol feed $3.72, income above feed cost, $3.53. The test was run 30 days afler- September test. The cows are also showing a large gain in flesh and condition. Highest Prices Paid HIDES and WOOL FRANK KROPMAN 615 S. Adams, Mason City \Aou tto \ovtaev War wit a New General Dual 1O stops any car straight in its tracks . . . on any road, wet or dry · No more tail skids--eliding swerves--"about faces"--when you ride on. the new General Dual 10s. Magic ribbons of rubber squirm and stop you straight in your tracks on wet or dry pavement --and stop you Quicker. Come in -- take a ride--see .for yourself. After you do, youll be afraid to drive any car · without Dual 10s. C A U T I O N : fPim TOT .. .*,-, emblem OM ikf tmr ab**J . . . JoeJt pt* ftr « «ui* Uffl MULLIGAN SON 113 West State Phone 2050 ^S^SPj-Si ^Ss$,

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