The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

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Thursday, July 14, 1955
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FARM POND n\O. T. Cordon JOELLYN IN DAISIES ll\ Cordon H. Lord f/av/ng frou6/e wifhMasf/f/s? ff/asf If w/fh fhe new '4-Barre//ecf " TARGOT ANTIBIOTIC OINTMENT At the first sign of bloody, lumpy or stringy milk on your strip cup screen, infuse the infected quarter with 1 ARGOT. Mastitis is caused by many kinds of bacteria and TARGOT combines four powerful antibiotics—for a smashing. "4-barrelled" attack on all mastitis-causing bacteria. The lighter-than-milk base results in a faster contact of TARGOT with udder tissue for quick, effective treatment. The tissue is saved and the udder speedily returned to normal. TARGOT coats udder tissue, does not remain suspended in the milk and so is not withdrawn and lost when the quarter is milked. Available from your veterinarian, druggist or feed dealer. Write for free literature. • TrxJr-MarV tChlontl»r;rhiie TARGOT COMBINES 4 POWERFUL ANTIBIOTICS: LEDERLE LABORATORIES DIVISION f t A R I k I V t K N tr W T O k TOMATO CROP % Frank Salzarulo

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