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AN EPIDEMIC 1$
NOW SPREADING
AMONG LIVESTOCK
Disease. Has. No. Specific
Remedy; Is Fatal In
Many Cases
The new and deadly
equine disease called Ena
phalo Myelitis by veteri
narians, which has swept the
state of California and dur
ing the past year wiped out
3,000 horses in San Jao
quin valley, has invade Casa
Grande. The death of a
horse belonging to A. V.
Wynne, and illness of ani
mals belonging to Roland
Curry, Peter Ethington, Bur
ris Brothers, and Clyde Fer
gus, all of them displaying
symptoms of the disease, re
sulted in a visit to Casa
Grande by the State Veteri
narian Dr. Edward L. Stem,
this week. During his stay
here he went out with Coun
ty Agent K. K. Henness in
the detection and treatment
of the malady.
According to Dr. Stem,
the scientific name for the
disease is derived from the
fact that it is constituted of
inflamation of the brain and
spinal cord. Thedisease is
caused by a virus that will
pass through a filter and is
often erroneously called
botulism or blind staggers.
In many locations other
terms are given it. In no
way however, is it related
to botulism, according to the
state veterinarian, the af
fection is a specific disease •
that as yet has no popular
name. . ,
It is found almost entirely
among farm horses, and is
seasonable to warm weather,
as a rule disappearing when
colder weather arrives
Equine only, such as horses
and mules, have been found
susceptible to the virus
Knowledge as to how it
spreads from farm to farm
and from horse to horse is
not conclusive, but it is be
lieved that food or water
and biting insects are fac
tors in its spread.
The onset of the malady is
sudden, according to Dr.
SUm. and frequently a
horse fc down before the ill
ness is discovered. The
symptoms are sleepiness,
lassitude, drooping of the
head, grinding of the teeth,
partial or total inability to
eat or swallow, and at times
the animat constantly walks
in circles or close to the
fence Somestimes it is ac
companied by a foul odor on
the breath of the animal.
Once an animal is down, it
is very rarely that it ever re
coverers. If it gets to this
e it should be destroyed,
for both economic and hu
mane reasons.
No serum or anti-toxin or
medicinal agent that will
cure Encaphalo Myelitis has
vet been discovered If the
animal is drenched with
water or medicinal agents in
treatment, great care should
be exercised on account ol
the partial or total paraly
sis of the throat.
An animal attacked by the
disease should be kept in the
shade with constant access
to a supply of fresh cool
water, and encourage to
Absolutely no exer
cise, even of the slightest na
ture, should be
'Those very weak should be
supported by a frame built
around them about the
height of the shoulder, and
supported by canvas stretch
ed underneath the body and
attached to the sides of the
frame. A platform should
be built In front to set food
and water upon, and to keep
the head up, as it has been
in many cases
Wfofre the head is allowed
to ’beepme lowered, theani
jnal betimes dizzy and falls.
Jt is recommended that all
troughs, [feed boxes, etc.
used on the place where such
sickness occurs be thoroly
cleaned and disinfected. A
pound ean of concentrated
fye, mixed with five gallons
of water, is the solution re
commended. The article be
ing cleaned should be
scrubbed with a broom in
J;he lye solution and allowed
rinsed at least twice with
to stand 30 minutes, then
clear water.
The disease showed up in
Arizona about six weeks ago
an since that time 80 cases
showed up in Yuma valley
in three days.
CO-OPERATION IIN
TO HOME TOWN
(San Juan Record)
Local jealousies between
business people were so
strong in former years that
many of these folks would
rather see business go out of
town than to see some com
petitor get it.
Today if you go into a
store in San Juan county and
ask for some article which
the store does not carry, you
will in all probability be told
of some other local mer
chant who does carry it. This
shows a realization among
the business people that they
stand or fall together. If they
induce the people to form
the habit of buying at home,
they all get their share and
prosper together. If that
habit is not formed and ad
hered to, then there is a
drain from the community
that undermines the properi
ty of all.
| Sprinkling System la
Cemeteries
LEGALS
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior
General Land Office at
Phoenix, Arizona
September 22, 1931
Notice is hereby given
that Isabel May Wheeler,
assignee of David O. Clark,
of 706 N. 2nd. St., Phoenix,
Arizona, who. on November
18, 1919, made Desert Land
Entry, No. 063306, for Lots
1 and 2, Section 7, Township
6 S., Range 9 E., G. & S. R.
Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Final
Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, be
fore Henry A. Morgan, Re
gister, United States Land
Office, at Phoenix, Arizona,
on the 16th day of Novem
ber, 1931.
Claimant names as wit
nesses :
David O. Clark, Eliza
Clark, Arthur E. Wheeler,
Mary Smith, all of Phoenix,
Arizona.
HENRY A. MORGAN.
Register.
First Publication Oct. 2, ’3l
Last Publication Oct. 30, ’3l
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior
General Land Office at
Phoenix, Arizona
September 22, 1931
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
Notice is hereby given
that Mary Smith, assignee of
David O. Clark, of 706 N. 2d
St., Phoenix. Arizona, who,
on November 18. 1919, made
Desert Land Entrv, No.
041931, for Lots 3, 4 , Sec. 7,
Township 6 S., Range
9 E., G. & S. R. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention
to make Final Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land
above described, before
Henry A. Morgan, Register,
United States Land Office, at
Phoenix, Arizona, on the
16th day of November, 1931.
Claimant names as wit
lI6SS6S l
David O. Clark, Eliza
Clark, Arthur E.i Wheeler,
Isabel May W T heeler, all of
Phoenix, Arizona.
HENRY A. MORGAN.
Register.
First Publication Oct. 2, ’3l
Last Publication Oct. 30, ’3l
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior
General Lann Office at
Phoenix, Arizona
Sept. 9, 1931
Notice is hereby given that
Ona N. Ferguson of Higley,
Arizona, who, on April 20,
1928, made original stock
raising homestead entry, No.
062994, for EVj* Section 11;
NWJ/4 and Lots 2-3-4-5, Sec.
13, Township 3, S Range 7 E
G. & S. R. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to
make Final Three Year
Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, be
fore Henry A. Morgan, Re
gister, United States Land
Office, at Phoenix, Arizona,
on the 24th day of October,
1931.
Claimant names as wit
nesses:
Walter Germann, of Hig
ley, Arizona, Jesse Taylor,
of Chandler, Arizona, Lee
Ellsworth, of Higley, Ari
zona, Geo. Tatem, of Higley, |
Arizona.
HENRY A. MORGAN,
Register.
First publication 9-18-’3l.
Last publication 10-16-’3l.
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior
General Land Office
Phoenix, Arizona
August 21, 1931.
Notice is hereby given
that James G. Wilson of
Saticoy, California, who on
February 1, 1915, made De
sert Land Entry. No. 026646,
for NEH, Section 24, Town
ship 6 S., Range 8 E., G. &
S. R. B. & M Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to
make Final Proof by pur
chase, Act of March 4, 1915,
COOLIDGE
Business Directory
The following enterprising firms of Coolidge take this method of solicit
ing your patronage.
Coolidge
Mercantile Company
Everything You Wont
Orders of $2,00 or over Delivered
Valley Garage
Standard Oil Products
U, S, Tires Battery Charging
General Repairing
SLATER MAFZIGER
Sanitary
Grocery and Market
G. C. DAVIS, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Every thing in GROCERIES
i !
Popular Dept. Store
Coolidge, Arizona
The Shopping Center of the Valley j
i i
Quality Dry Goods, Notions,
Shoes and Wearing Apparel
For the whole Family - -
Hines Drug Co.
The Rexall Store
A Particular Drug Store
For Particular People
Safeway Pay’n Takit
Clean Food
Stores
to established claim to the
land above described, be
fore Henry A. Morgan, Re
gister U. S. Land Office,
Phoenix, Arizona, on the
2nd day of October 1981.
Claimant names as wit
ness:
John Morin, Homer Martin,
Roland Curry, Dan Peart,
all of Casa Grande, Arizona.
HENRY A. MORGAN
First publication 8-28-31.
Last publication 9-25-31
J Well Drilling
Write 0. M. Hooper
For Estimates on
Domestic and Irrigation Wells
TAN DRILLING COMPANY
CARE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
KEEP COOL!
It
•i
} with 2CH j
The Independent Ice Co.
|| THE HOME
OF
“EVERYTHING TO BUILD WITH”
Foxworth •Galbraith
Lumber Company
COOLIDGE BARGAIN CENIER
MILTON EDELMAN, Manager V
i Clothing and Shoes
: For the Entire Family
v
1 Comer Main St. and Casa Grand-Florence Highway
PHONE 74
~~~~~ >
; Coolidge Dry Cleaners o
It is Time to Haye Your
FALL AND WINTERCOATS
| CLEAMED, PRESSED AND REPAIRED
We Operate a Modern Plant
M. 0. KENNEDY
! Coolidge, Arizona .J
The People’s Store
j J. M. HADDAD, Proprietor
: Where you get Guaranteed Merchan
dise for your Dollar
j Dry Goods g Shoes
►'! *********** ************************************
COOLIDGE MATTRESS FACTORY.
|! S. D. BLACKWELL, Proprietor
RENOVATING OLD COnON BEDS LIKE NEW
New Cotton Beds made to order
ji Feathers Sterilized j
SECTIONAL FEATHER MATTRESSES MADE
i; ONE DAY SERVICE
Equip Your Farm
with
INTERNATIONAL
HARVESTER MACHINERY
E. C. GRASTY
IMPLEMENT CO.
Casa Grande Coo!idg<

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