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JOHN McfAU. WITH TWIN CALVES be fed which proved the difference worm control makes. Calf on right looks normal for a 4- Tests Sfoow Most Cattle Nave Worms and New Control Practice Pays Off John McFall, Mineral Point, Wisconsin, proved to himself and his neighbors that even moderate worm infections of "normal-looking" calves can make a big difference. From the time the twin Shorthorn calves (above) began to lick dry feed, he fed one calf a commercial ration that contained a small amount of Phenothiazine, while the other twin got the same feed but without the Phenothia- rine. When this picture was taken , the calves were four months old, and the one on the left which had eaten small amounts of Pheno- thiazine every day was 50 pounds heavier. Also, its coat was superior and over-all appearance better than its untreated twin. WORM CONTROL for your beef and dairy cattle can be just as easy and profitable no matter where you farm. Many manufacturers of feed and minerals now offer products containing Phenothia- zine for worm control. Ask your supplier for these products. For free booklet on worm control, write Du Pont, Room 2533-N, Wilmington, Delaware. •ITTII THINOS FOR BITTia LIVINO ... 'MtOUCH PHOTO CREDITS Bert A. Vogel; Frank Salzarulo; Grover Brink man; John Jeter; Bob Taylor; Eva Luoma; Henry Rademaker; O. V. Gordon; Grant Heilman; Jack McManigal; Boon Photography; A. M. Wettach; J. C. Allen & Son. "Ben-Gay brought us relief from painful headaches!" William E. Bark of Akron. Ohio, says, "My wife and I have b«en using Ben-Gay for years now to relieve headache pains. Actually, ray wife's headaches were sometimes so severe she was forced to go to bed for as long as a day at A time. Well, then we discovered Ben- Gay. By rubbing it on the back of the neck and on the forehead, she found that the pains started to ease up in no time. Now both of us count on Ben-Gay for headache relief!" Why not try Ben-Gay next time a headache bothers you? By applying Ben-Gay externally, you'll enjoy wonderfully soothing relief. Rub Ben-Gay gently into the back of the neck, temples and forehead, taking care to avoid the eyes. Then relax and feel Ben-Gay go to work. Ben-Gay's world-famous medication acts fast. . . really fast to relieve the pain. Its pain-deadening action starts at once. Almost instantly you'll notice a welcome, soothing sensation. Yes, Ben-Gay acts fast. . . where you hurt! NoCtaje &* w-i5SxK&^^l''-J^£^'£^i^^^ You MIGHT get along without a VACUUM CLEANER Meeting Rooms whm •taping room* •reused rttm r»» M tiifl* •or Retervttiofts Writ* / Mmuel Leeds, Mar. Dtr., Bei 100 it S. Oeereere •*„ CMceee But your family deserves the finest water system The best "buy" you can make in » water system is the best water system you an buy! So see your Goulds Dealer when you want Spendable running water. He has a complete line of quality Goulds Pumps—and the experience—to meet your water needs exactly. And he's the only dealer who often the amazing Goulds Balanced-Flow, the only complete water system that needs no lank! Eaty credit terms available. Sec your Goulds Dealer or write .. . MUUS PUMPS, IK. Dept. RG-356, S»nt«i Foil,, N. Y. Be lure you get a ••• Writ* l»r HEC IOOKIET ZO-pagt pump book In . . . tills kow lo ttltcl i.hf correct water mum. Heat! this lllui- Iraied booklet before you buy. GOULDS water system This old oaken bucket, part of the 130-year old Cornish settlement in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, was recently restored. Rummaging through an old barn near Okawville, Illinois recently, Aldon Bulfmann came across the ancient high - wheel bicycle shown here. Home-made, almost entirely of wood, its age is estimated at more than half a century. The ancient cycle still is in usable condition. The goose hangs high! Especially if it's from Stahmann Farms where some 200,000 fine White Chinese geese are raised for processing and quick freezing. Originally used for weeding cotton fields and pecan groves, this practice has now been discontinued, and raising geese has become a major project at Stahmann Farms located near las Cruces, New Mexico.