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NEW YORK STATE VETERINARY COLLEGE 

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ALL prices mentioned through- 
out this catalogue on all 
classes of goods are subject to 
change, without notice, and if ad- 
vance takes place, your order will 
be filled at prices ruling on date of 
shipment. 

American Veterinary 
Supply Co. 



Copyright 1919 
By American Veterinary Supply Co. 



Press of 

The Burd & Fletcher Printing Company 

Kansas City, Missouri 



CABLE ADDRESS: "AMVETSCO," KANSAS CITY, MO. 
(Western Union Code) 



SIXTH EDITION 

CATALOGUE 

ISSUED BY 

American Veterinary Supply (jo. 

(incorporated) 



MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS 
OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE 



VETERINARY INSTRUMENTS 

Hospital Supplies, Cattle and Poultry Specialties, Tablets, 

Drugs, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Biological 

Products, Hog Cholera Serum, 

Books, Etc., Etc. 



A. T. KINSLEY, M. Sc, D. V. S. 
Chairman, Board of Directors 

G. F. Jungerman, D. V. S., President H. M. Stunz, Ph. C, Vice-President 

G. A. Breon, Secretary C. V. Haver, Treasurer 



Corner Sixteenth and Walnut Streets 

KANSAS CITY, MO., U.S. A. 

Home Phone Main 4714 Bell Phone Grand 2044 

(Both Long Distance) 



ALL PRICES QUOTED ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO.. KANSAS CITY. MO. 



FOR THE SAKE OF 




ECONOMY, 
SAFETY, and 
SERVICE— 

"Look at the Middle of the Map" 




You Will Buy from Us 



BECAUSE you can buy cheaper. 

BECAUSE we can give you better service than other houses 

less favorably situated. 
BECAUSE we carry an immense stock, and you send us the 

order, you will get the goods, — and at once. 

BECAUSE you will soon discover the advantage and satisfac- 
tion of our absolute reliability. 

BECAUSE we discriminate in making our selections, and in 
turn you get value received. 

BECAUSE we have the largest Exclusive Veterinary Supply 
House, and you can purchase anything you need in equip- 
ment or supplies, from us. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO.. KANSAS CITY, MO. 



Foreword! 



AS we compile this new and enlarged catalog we realize that veter- 
inarians have made this possible by their support and loyal co- 
operation with us. We have always endeavored to protect you, 
by adhering strictly to the principle of selling only to the profession, the 
registered veterinarian. Our organization is a conservative one and 
although we are not continually reminding you of the fact, nevertheless, 
we can state with confidence that there is no firm in this country today 
which is living up to its principles more conscientiously than this organ- 
ization. 

This catalog is for the use of the practitioner only. Being a regis- 
tered veterinarian, if you should at any time find our Blue Book in hands 
other than those of the profession we should deem it a great favor, if 
you would inform us. For, certainly no catalog is placed in outside 
hands through our mailing department. 

In looking through this catalog, we especially wish to call to your 
attention the quality of the products described herein. Our business has 
been built on quality and not just quantity. Our predominating idea has 
always been to make the word "AMVETSCO" synonymous with quality, 
sensible prices and perfect service; we feel that we have in a large 
measure succeeded. 

We invite each and every one of you to make our offices your head- 
quarters when in Kansas City. Especially do we want to impress upon 
you the feeling that our home is your home; that you are an integral 
part of this concern. You will find that a visit to our institution will 
be well worth your while. In going through the different departments 
you will see improved methods used and the very latest automatic ma- 
chinery in operation. You will then realize why we are able to give 
you quality products and at the same time place them before you at 
sensible prices combined with "ZIP SERVICE." 

Hoping that this catalog will meet with your approval, we are 

Very truly yours, 
AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO.. KANSAS CITY, MO. 



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ZONES. 





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1.69 


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1.77 


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1.85 


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2.41 


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1.64 


2.17 


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1.70 


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2.81 


3.36 


1.76 


2.33 


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3.31 


3.96 


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2.73 


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2.12 


2.81 


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2.18 


2.89 


3.61 


4.32 


2.24 


2.97 


3.71 


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2.30 


3.05 


3.81 


4.56 


2.36 


3.13 


3.91 


4.68 


2.42 


3.21 


4.01 


4.80 


2.48 


3.29 


4.11 


4.92 


2.54 


3.37 


4.21 


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2.60 


3.45 


4.31 


5.16 


2.66 


3.53 


4.41 


5.28 


2.72 


3.61 


4.51 


5.40 


2.78 


3.69 


4.61 


5.52 


2.81 


3.77 


4.71 


5.64 


2.90 


3.85 


4.81 


5.76 


2.96 


3.93 


4.91 


5.88 


3.02 


4.01 


5.01 


6.00 



PARCEL POST INFORMATION. 

Ask your local postmaster in what zone 
your city is classified, considering Kansas 
City as shipping- point. Then make use of 
the table on this page for rates. 

C. O. D. 

The Government always makes a small 
extra charge for collecting C. O. D.'s. 

WEIGHT. 

Packages under four ounces in weight 
are carried, if here in the United States, 
for one cent per ounce. Packages weigh- 
ing over four ounces are classed as parcel 
post, if not sealed and are charged on 
the parcel post basis (see table above.) 

Packages weighing one to fifty pounds inclusive may be mailed to any zone in the 
United States. Packages from one! to seventy pounds inclusive may be mailed to points 
in local, first, second and third zones only. 

Small packages, five pounds and under, may be sent by parcel post— usually at a 
saving. But above this amount it is preferable to use express service. 



12 AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

AN UNDERSTANDING. 

TERMS 

We are no exception to the rule in business, and therefore desire cash in all trans- 
actions whenever this is possible; allowing, however, a 5% discount on all orders 
which are made up from items listed in this catalog (Blue Book). When orders are 
received from those with whom we have had no business dealings, nor reference con- 
cerning credit, such orders will be shipped C. O. D. Where a veterinarian has a credit 
rating with us, we of course will allow the 5% discount if the bill is paid within ten 
days from the date of invoice. 

CREDIT 

We are always glad to receive application and references for open accounts. 
Orders from those having no established credit with us should be accompanied by 
cash so as to cover the amount of the order to insure prompt shipment of merchandise. 
In the absence of established credit, or application for credit including references, 
goods will be shipped by express C. O. D. or by freight consigned in our name and 
draft drawn for amount of invoice, accompanied by bill of lading. 

C. O. D. SHIPMENTS 

When goods are to be shipped C. 0. D. we request that a deposit sufficient to 
guarantee express charges be sent with the order, as evidence of good faith. Amount 
sent will be deducted from invoice, and balance collected on delivery. 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE ORDERS. 

Telegraph and telephone orders will have first preference. Our immense stock 
enables us to render our patrons exceptionally satisfactory emergency service, and 
we will send shipment by swiftest carrier. If sent by parcel post, it will always be 
sent by special delivery, unless otherwise specified in the telegram. 

EXPORT ORDERS. 

Export orders must be accompanied by remittance in full, or by satisfactory New 
York bank draft at sight on New York or London, or Post Office order. Arrangements 
may be made, however, if orders are large enough, for accepting 25% of the value of 
the shipment, and drawing for the balance through a bond against the bill of lading. 

REMITTANCES. 

It is preferable in sending remittances that they be made in postal or express 
money orders, or draft on Kansas City, Chicago, or New York. 

Telegraph companies maintain a transfer service so that remittances may be sent 
with telegrams when this is desired. Veterinarians should accustom themselves to our 
Amvetsco code; it eliminates delay and when conditions are urgent, a saving of money 
for both practitioner and client results. Detailed information on this subject may be 
obtained from any telegraph operator. 

SHIPPING DIRECTIONS. 

Always state how goods are to be shipped: Whether by express, parcel post, 
or freight. Unless otherwise specified, we always ship by the route and manner that is 
most advantageous to the customer, insofar as we are able to determine. 

Since freight rates have advanced proportionately more than express rates, it is 
at the present time more often advantageous to make shipments by express. How- 
ever, it is a matter of economy, always, to give orders for one hundred pounds or more, 
whenever possible, so that they may be sent by freight. 

Fluids may be sent by parcel post in single containers, up to twelve ounces, provid- 
ing they are packed with sufficient absorbent material to take up the entire content in 
case of breakage. Orders will be sent by parcel post on request, but our responsibility 
ends with delivery of such packages to the mails. We will, however, send merchan- 
dise by registered mail, or by insured mail, if such request accompanies the order. 
Sufficient money should always accompany orders to pay postage. Packages weigh- 
ing not over twenty-five pounds should go by express; over twenty-five pounds, by 
freight, unless needed urgently. 

Remember that poisons cannot be sent by mail. 

ADVANCES. 

There has never been a time when so many fluctuations have occurred in the 
prices of raw materials, that enter into the manufacture of surgical and pharmaceu- 
tical supplies. War-time exigencies have occasioned marked advance in prices in 
almost every line, but our patrons may be assured that they were not charged advanced 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 13 



prices until such advances really occurred. Moreover, we always give prompt advan- 
tage of any decline in price. 

Watch our publication, the American Veterinarian, for price changes. It is 
impossible to guarantee prices quoted in this catalog, for we must be governed by 
market fluctuations and prices made to our patrons are governed thereby. 

COMPLAINTS. 

Great care is taken in filling orders, and complaints are few. However, we are 
not infallible, and in fairness to all concerned, we respectfully request that any mis- 
takes made in filling orders be reported immediately upon their discovery. The satis- 
faction of our patrons is the most important consideration, for the reason that upon 
this our future hinges. In referring to orders for any reason, kindly refer to order 
number. 

SERVICE. 

Prompt shipment assures a continuation of patronage. This is why we always 
fill shipping orders the same day that they are received. If any one department 
receives more attention than another, in this establishment, it is the shipping depart- 
ment. Mail, telephone and telegraph orders receive especially prompt attention; they 
are filled and delivered to the transportation companies so as to be on the way by the 
first mail or express. Pre-cancelled stamps are used in our mailing department in 
order to prevent packages being held by cancellation. Fully appreciating the fact 
that prompt service is as important as dependable merchandise, we spare neither 
energy nor expense in giving such service. 

GUARANTEE. 

We positively guarantee every instrument listed in this catalog and agree to make 
satisfactory exchanges, give credit, or refund money in case a defective instrument 
is sold, providing that such defects are due to faulty workmanship or inferior 
materials. 

HOW TO ORDER. 

Special order blanks are furnished for the cor-anience of those who give orders 
and we are ever ready to assist in facilitating the matter of giving mail orders. In 
this connection it is appropriate to make a few suggestions: 

Always be explicit — give figure number, name of article, and specify size, if more 
than one size is listed under one number. 

The customer's name, address, and also shipping instructions should be written 
legibly. 

Give not only the number of articles ordered, but size of package, when such 
articles are put up in more than one size. For example: quarter pound, half pound, 
pound, etc. 

When careful attention is given in supplying such information with orders there 
is no likelihood for delay or mistakes occurring. 

PRIVILEGE OF EXAMINATION. 

Every shipment is made subject to approval of the one ordering; and, if for any 
reason there is any dissatisfaction with the merchandise sent, it may be returned to 
us. However, in order to take advantage of this on-approval manner of purchasing, 
orders should be plainly labeled "subject to examination." 

EXCHANGE OF MERCHANDISE. 
We shall be glad to make any exchanges necessary providing that materials to 
be exchanged are in our original packages and unopened. Transportation charges for 
carriage both ways are to be paid by the customer. 

RETURNING OF MERCHANDISE. 
All packages returned should be plainly marked and should bear the sender's name 
and address. Unless packages are so labeled we have no means of knowing whom to 
credit for such returns. No return shipments will be accepted for credit to apply for 
payment of accounts due. 

SHORTAGES. 

Orders for materials which are temporarily out of stock will be placed on "back 
order" and forwarded at the earliest possible date without additional charge for trans- 
portation. In no case will we substitute to the detriment of the customer. If substi- 
tution is necessary, materials so sent are forwarded with the distinct understanding 
that they may be returned for credit if not entirely satisfactory. 

PACKING. 

We make no charge for packing, crating, or boxing. Our prices listed in this cat- 
alog include containers and as has been previously stated every precaution is taken to 
prevent breakage or damage of merchandise while it is in transit. 



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ORDER OF CONTENTS 

Pages 

Specialties, Pharmaceutical 20- 81 

Biologicals 82-118 

Surgical Instruments 118-315 

Leather Goods 316-329 

Surgical Dressings 330-336 

Operating Equipment and Slings 337-345 

Turf Goods 346 

Accessories 347 

Microscopical Supplies 348-350 

Laboratory Supplies 351-375 

Books 376-385 

Compressed Tablets 387-389 

Hypodermic Tablets 390-391 

Fluid Extracts 392-393 

Tinctures 393 

Drugs and Chemicals 394-398 



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Why Use Our Specialties? 
— The Answer 




HE virtue of the preparations listed in this catalog is founded 
on the proper combination of chemically pure medicinal 
agents by pharmaceutical chemists who are specialists in 
that particular line of work. These specialties are com- 
pounded with due regard to chemical, physical and physio- 
logical compatibility, and the requisites of a rational therapy. 
Further, their efficacy as remedial agents has been proved 
clinically in every case before they were offered for sale. 

To the practitioner unfamiliar with our products the following questions 
may occur: 

1. Why employ preparations that are compounded by pharmaceutical 
houses? 

2. Why not compound one's own preparations ? 

3. Would it not be more economical to compound one's own preparations ? 

4. Why dispense Amvetsco preparations ? 
Replying categorically, it may be said that: 

1. Preparations compounded by reputable pharmaceutical houses afford 
a means of dispensing certain definite therapeutic substances in a more 
attractive form than is possible otherwise. 

2. E. Wallis Hoare, F. R. C. V. S., in his work "Veterinary Therapeutics," 
states: "While we deprecate too much reliance on ready-made medicines, 
we must at the same time point out that in a busy practice there are many 
preparations largely employed daily; and it is necessary to keep these in 
stock so as to have them ready and convenient for dispensing, and thus 
save valuable time. Many of these can be compounded as opportunity offers, 
but -there are others which involve much difficulty in order to render them 
attractive in appearance. Others, again, which contain powerful or toxic 
agents, such as tablets and pills for dogs, and hypodermic tablets, require 
very careful preparation, and the skill and assistance of the chemist is 
necessary. Few practitioners in the present day would expend their time or 
that of their assistants in making up aloetic physic balls, when these can be 
purchased for a very moderate price from wholesale chemists." 

3. The progressive veterinarian of today, who is busily engaged in 
general practice, can no more afford to spend the necessary time required in 
compounding preparations from crude drugs, than could the veterinarian of 
yesterday in gathering roots and herbs for the production of galenicals that 
he employed in his daily practice. Moreover the cost of our specialties is 
usually less than similar preparations compounded by the practitioner because 
of the lower price paid for the ingredients by the supply house doing a large 
volume of business and purchasing drugs in immense quantities. 

4. The veterinarian should dispense our preparations because his inter- 
ests are protected in every possible manner; our specialties are compounded 
from chemically pure drugs, selected by men trained to discriminate in these 
matters. They are compounded in such manner that best results are possible 
from their employment. 

In offering these specialties, as in tendering the facilities of our labora- 
tories for compounding special preparations, we do so from an ethical busi- 
ness basis: that you may be supplied with the best therapeutic agents at a 
reasonable cost to the end that you may render a maximum degree of service 
to your clientele, and remain one of our satisfied customers. 



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Laboratory 
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Mixing and 

Filling 
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Reserve 

Stock 

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Quantities of 
Crude Drugs to 
be Used in Com- 
pounding 
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e Specialties 




Sixty Dozen Equine 
Cough Syrup in Eleva- c 1 
tor Being Taken from 
Laboratory Store Room 



Four Tons of Bovine 
Purgative Ready 
for Shipment 



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INDEX OF PHARMACEUTICAL SPECIALTIES. 



Page 
Actinomycosis, Anti 28 

Alkaline Mange Ointment 20 

Aloetic Bolus, Amvetsco (No. 1) 21 

Aloetic Bolus, Amvetsco (No. 2) 22 

Amodine 23 

Amvesicant 24 

Amvetsco Aloetic Boluses (No. 1).... 21 
Amvetsco Aloetic Boluses (No. 2).... 22 

Amvetsco Arsenical Paste 33 

Amvetsco Conjunctivitis Tablets 38 

Amvetsco Equine Colic Remedy 50 

Amvetsco Fly Oil 56 

Amvetsco Liquid Lice Killer 62 

Amvetsco Liquid Soap 63 

Amvetsco Louse Powder 65 

Amvetsol Healing Ointment 25 

Anodyne, Chlorocamph 36 

Anthelmintic Capsules, for Swine. ... 26 

Anthelmintic, Equine 49 

Anthelmintic Tonic, for Swine 27 

Anti-Actinomycosis 28 

Anti-Exostosis 29 

Anti-Flatus Capsules 30 

Anti-Pharyngitis, Elixir 44 

Antiseptic Dressing Powder 31 

Antiseptine 32 

Arsenic Trioxide, Comp. Concentrated 

Sol 37 

Arsenical Paste, Amvetsco 33 

Bismodine 34 

Boluses, Amvetsco Vermifuge 80 

Bovine Purgative Compound 35 

Cacodylate, Sodium 73 

Camphorated Oil, Ethereal 54 

Capsules, Amvetsco Uterine (No. 1).. 78 
Capsules, Amvetsco Uterine (No. 2).. 79 

Capsules, Equine Purgative 53 

Capsules, Anthelmintic, for Swine... 26 

Chlorocamph Anodyne 36 

Colic Remedy, Equine 50 

Compound Concentrated Solution, Ar- 
senic Trioxide 37 

Conjunctivitis, Ointment 67 

Conjunctivitis Tablets, Amvetsco 38 

Cough Powder, Equine 51 

Cough Syrup, Equine 52 

Cresolis, Liquor, Compositus 64 

Digestive Tonic 41 

Diuretic Elixir 42 

Diuretic Powder 43 

Dressing Powder, Antiseptic 31 

Dressing Powder, Phenocamph 68 

Elixir Anti-Pharyngitis 44 

Elixir, Diuretic 42 

Elixir Iron Quinine and Strychnine... 45 

Elixir Purgans 46 

Emphysema Powder 47 

Emunctotone 48 



Page 

Equine Cough Powder 51 

Equine Cough Syrup 52 

Equine Purgative Capsules 53 

Equine, Tonic Powder (Rx 1402) 76 

Ethereal Camphorated Oil 54 

Exostosis, Anti 29 

Ferrocactone 55 

Fly Oil, Amvetsco 56 

Fowler's Solution Tablets 57 

Galactagogue Powder 58 

Healing Ointment, Amvetsol 25 

Iron Quinine and Strychnine, Elixir. . 45 

Laxoleum 60 

Lice Killer, Amvetsco Liquid 62 

Linimentum Alba 61 

Liquor Cresolis Compositus 64 

Liquid Lice Killer, Amvetsco 62 

Liquid Soap, Amvetsco 63 

Lotion, Amvetsco, Wound 81 

Louse Powder, Amvetsco 65 

Mange Ointment, Alkaline 20 

Mastointment 66 

Oil, Ethereal Camphorated 54 

Ointment, Alkaline, Mange 20 

Ointment, Amvetsol Healing 25 

Ointment Conjunctivitis 67 

Paste, Amvetsco Arsenical 33 

Phenocamph Dressing Powder 68 

Phenol Sulphonate Tablets 70 

Powder, Amvetsco Louse 65 

Powder, Antiseptic Dressing 31 

Powder, Diuretic 43 

Powder, Emphysema 47 

Powder, Equine Cough 51 

Powder, Galactagogue 58 

Powder, Phenocamph Dressing 68 

Purgans, Elixir 46 

Purgative Capsules, Soluble Elastic. . . 74 

Purgative Compound, Bovine 35 

Purgative, Equine, Capsules 53 

Reek's Capsules 71 

Rumen Compound (Tablets) 72 

Soap, Amvetsco Liquid 63 

Sodium Cacodylate 73 

Soluble Elastic Purgative Capsules... 74 

Solution, Fowler's, Tablets 57 

Stock Dip, A. V. S. Co. (No. 1) 75 

Swine, Anthelmintic Capsules for.... 26 

Swine, Anthelmintic Tonic for 27 

Syrup, Equine Cough 52 

Tablets, Phenol Sulphonate 70 

Tonic for Swine, Anthelmintic 27 

Tonic, Digestive 41 

Tonic Powder, Rx 1402 (Equine) 76 

Unguentum Vesicans 77 

Uterine Capsules, Amvetsco (No. 1).. 78 

Uterine Capsules, Amvetsco (No. 2).. 79 

Vermifuge Boluses, Amvetsco 80 

Vesicans, Unguentum 77 

Wound Lotion, Amvetsco 81 



Equine Anthelmintic 49 

New preparations will be introduced occasionally as time and trial and practica- 
bility may govern. Watch the pages of the American Veterinarian for announcements 
of such pharmaceutical specialties. 



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ALKALINE MANGE OINTMENT 




Non-poisonous, antiseptic, anti-pruritic. 
For the treatment of all forms of mange, including the follicular type. 

The treatment of mange in dogs, in some instances, is one of the most perplexing 
problems with which the veterinarian has to contend. 

In this preparation we have an ointment that has proved to be the most satisfac- 
tory agent obtainable in the treatment of sarcoptic mange of dogs. Itching is allayed 
almost instantly and animals given complete relief from the pain occasioned by the 
parasites. 

The ointment is non-poisonous, antiseptic, anti-pruritic and promotes the growth 
of a healthy coat of hair in cases where large areas of skin have been depilated for 
months. The average case of sarcoptic mange may be considered completely cured 
after fourteen days' treatment with this preparation when employed according to direc- 
tions. In follicular mange, relief is less certain; but ordinarily in selected cases the 
results are most satisfactory. 

After clipping long-haired dogs, anoint thoroughly with the preparation. Keep 
animal in clean stall or kennel bedded with straw. Massage every second day and 
anoint again in a week. Mangy animals should be kept anointed for two weeks and 
then thoroughly washed with soap and water. Affected parts near the eyes and about 
the nose should be anointed daily, using a small quantity of the unguent, rubbing it 
in well and removing all excess. In cases of follicular mange, treatment should be 
continued for three or four weeks. 

PRICE 

In pound jars, each $1.10 

In one-ounce jars (blank label), per doz 1.50 

We recommend the use of Staphlo Bacterin in conjunction with Alkaline Mange 
Ointment. 



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AMVETSCO ALOETIC BOLUSES 

(Purgative) 




Many veterinarians prefer to administer purgatives in bolus form to similar 
agents contained in capsules. Heretofore, an undesirable feature of boluses has been 
their hardening with age. Amvetsco Aloetic Boluses contain a special excipient that 
prevents hardening. The superiority of our products accounts for the thousands of 
Amvetsco Boluses that are being used by the United States Army. 



AMVETSCO ALOETIC BOLUS NO. 1 

An Aloetic Evacuant for Horses 

For inappetence, indigestion, overloading, chronic "colickers" and early stages of 
acute febrile conditions, pneumonia, laminitis, infected wounds, etc. 

CONTENTS 

Aloes, Ginger Special, non-hardening 

Nux Vomica excipient 

In this formula, aloes is combined with ginger, nux vomica, and a special excipient 
that prevents hardening of the bolus, thus enhancing action of the principal ingredient. 
Nux vomica by its effect upon the musculature of the bowel, aids the aloes in pro- 
ducing bowel movement and in addition, improves the tone of the mucous membrane. 
Ginger is a carminative and serves to prevent the griping which usually accompanies 
purgation. 

Amvetsco Aloetic Bolus No. 1 is indicated where an aloetic purge is necessary or 
desirable. Cases in which purgation is to be effected in from twenty-four to thirty- 
six hours, offer indications for its use. In short, it is the ideal equine purgative for 
general use where immediate evacuation of the bowel is not imperative. These boluses 
are also useful in inactive plethoric animals that are subject to indigestion, auto-intoxi- 
cation and azoturia. 

DIRECTIONS — The average dose is one bolus. 

PRICE 

In boxes of 12 boluses, per box _ $ .75 

Per dozen boxes (144 boluses) _ 7.50 



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AMVETSCO ALOETIC BOLUS NO. 2 
A prompt, thorough and somewhat drastic evacuant for horses. 



Unexcelled in marked constipation, impaction, overloading. Should 
be used as a preparation for vermifuge treatment, chloroform anesthesia 
and major operations. 

CONTENTS 

Aloes Ginger Special, non-hardening 

Calomel Nux Vomica excipient 

These boluses contain aloes, calomel, ginger and nux vomica combined with a 
special excipient. Like Aloetic Bolus No. 1, they do not harden with age, and are 
readily dissolved in the intestinal tract, hence immediately active. 

Amvetsco Bolus No. 2 differs from No. 1 in that calomel is contained in No. 2. 
Because of the presence of calomel in this bolus, a somewhat different effect attends 
its administration from that which follows the use of Bolus No. 1. Action is more 
prompt and in the majority of instances, more pronounced. The amount of calomel 
contained in each bolus is sufficient to stimulate peristalsis of the small intestine and 
also enhance the action of aloes on the posterior bowel. The combination of these two 
basic purgative agents provides a synergistic effect, producing a more thorough evacua- 
tion of intestinal content than is usually obtained from the average aloetic bolus. 

Aloetic Boluses No. 2 are particularly indicated when purgation is necessary in 
cases of chronic intestinal catarrh; torpidity of the liver, where icterus is evident, and 
in all cases where a prompt, thorough, safe purgation is desirable. 

DIRECTIONS — As with Aloetic Bolus No. 1, the average dose is one bolus. Care 
should be exercised in administering this bolus to small animals suffering from pneu- 
monic disturbances or influenza, because of the remote possibility of superpurgation. 

PRICE 

In boxes of 12 boluses, per box $ 1.10 

Per dozen boxes (144 boluses) 11.00 



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AMODINE. 

(Soluble Iodine) 



A freely soluble non-irrita- 
ting preparation of elemen- 
tary iodine for external, in- 
ternal, hypodermic and intra- 
venous use. 

Indications are influenza, pneu- 
monia, pyemia, septicemia, actino- 
mycosis, glandular enlargements, 
periodic ophthalmia, etc. 

Amodine may be used in any 
case where tincture of iodine or 
potassium iodide is employed. 




It is superior to potassium iodide. Being soluble in water, Amodine is conven- 
iently given in cases of actinomycosis, mammitis, or in any condition where the internal 
administration of iodine is indicated. 

It does not coagulate albumen, and yet it is markedly bactericidal in action. This 
makes it an ideal wound lotion in every respect. In such cases it is applied liberally 
to the wound surface and covered with gauze and cotton. 

In sprains, pharyngitis and in acute infectious inflammation before suppuration 
has begun, Amodine should be applied locally and covered with a heavy layer of cotton. 
The cotton is kept in position by means of bandages in the usual way and subsequent 
applications are made at twelve-hour intervals. In the incipient stages of mastitis a 
decidedly beneficial action results from the use of Amodine locally, together with the 
internal administration of formalin, in doses of from one-half to one ounce daily. 

Horses may bo given from one to two drams intravenously, dissolved in one quart 
of sterile water or normal saline solution. When administered by the mouth, Amodine 
is to be dissolved in about ten parts of water and given with a dose syringe. One 
dram may be given three times daily. Where large doses are desirable, as in 
actinomycosis, two to four drams may be given at a dose until symptoms of iodism 
appear. It should then be discontinued for five or six days and a second course given. 

In canine distemper, Amodine has given good results when administered in from 
two to five minim doses, three times daily. In such cases, each dose of Amodine is 
dissolved in one dram of water and no other medication is given except the alcoholic 
stimulants that are combined with nutritive elixirs (extracts of barley, etc.). These 
nutritive extracts may be given from two to four times daily, but dispensed with as 
Soon as patients are able to eat. 

This preparation will be found in every way superior to either tincture of iodine 
or potassium iodide. 

PRICE 

In one-quarter pound bottles, each $ 1.00 

In one pound bottles, each 3.00 

In five pound bottles, each 12.00 



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AMVESICANT 




A vegetable blistering agent of unsurpassed value. 

Indicated in spavin, ringbone, enlarged tendons, sprains of tendons 
and tendinitis, and all conditions where a sharp counter-irritant is needful. 



CONTENTS 

Oil of Turpentine Cantharadin Croton Oil 

Camphor Petrolatum Methyl-Salicylate 

Chloroform Euphorbium Lanolin 

Amvesicant is of decided value to the veterinarian who desires an active vesicant 
that can be depended upon to blister following application, without much rubbing. 

This vesicant is a well proportioned preparation, especially indicated in conditions 
characterized by swelling and rheumatoid symptoms, bursitis and spavin, and also in 
promoting resorption of inflammatory deposits. Its many good qualities make it a 
desirable vesicant for the treatment of deep seated chronic inflammatory conditions. 

We recommend this preparation as especially effective in encouraging closure of 
puncture wounds that invade synovial cavities, whenever prompt closure is desirable. 
In such cases, a moderate amount of vigorous friction in applying the vesicant im- 
mediately around the wound, is sufficient to stimulate marked hyperemia and swelling 
of the parts and prompt resolution follows. 

In exostoses such as spavin and ringbone, it has proved most effective, complete 
resolution occurring when treatment is begun early. Aided by complete rest, appli- 
cations of Amvesicant are productive of gratifying results in synovitis and strains of 
tendons and ligaments. 

Supplied in pound jars, in cartons of one dozen jars, with blank label, and in col- 
lapsible tubes. 

PRICE 

Per dozen tubes $1.75 

Per dozen ounce jars 1.50 

Per pound „ , 1.25 



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AMVETSOL HEALING OINTMENT 




An unexcelled vulnerary. An Ointment of very wide application. 

For the treatment of scratches, galls, burns, cuts, excoriations, simple ulcers, and 
all inflammatory skin affections. 

CONTENTS 



Ichthvol 
Phenol 
Zinc Oxide 



Lead Oxide 
Alum 
Special Base 



Sufficient fat of organic origin is contained in the base of the ointment to supply 
local nutriment. This is invaluable to stimulate prompt resolution in wounds that 
otherwise heal slowly. 

It is a soothing and efficacious remedy in treating cracked teats, simple mastitis, 
all abrasions of the teats and udder, and is an ideal ointment in all surface lesions or 
wherever inflammation is present. It is an invaluable treatment for barbed wire 
cuts and other wounds, abrasions, excoriations and all inflammatory skin affections. 

In using this ointment the surface to be anointed must be clean and free from all 
foreign or irritating material. The ointment is then applied and by gentle massage 
the exposed area is covered. All excess should then be removed by wiping with ab- 
sorbent cotton. Where an excess of any unctuous material is allowed to remain in con- 
tact with inflamed tissues, the dirt and grit which becomes incorporated with the 
greasy surface acts as an irritant to the tissues, thereby defeating in a measure the 
object sought. 



PRICE 



In pound cans, each $ .75 

In 5 pound cans, each 3.50 

In one dozen pound cans 8.00 

Write for prices on 4 and 8-oz. containers with special label. 



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ANTHELMINTIC FOR SWINE 

(Capsules) 




A worm remover of the first order for hogs. 
The one indication for this remedy is intestinal parasites of swine. 
Not only is it worth while to treat the badly infested individuals in a 
herd — those showing unthriftiness and a stunted growth from parasitism 
— but usually other members of the herd will be improved in growth and 
fattening qualities and still more in disease resisting ability by freeing 
them from intestinal worms. 

CONTENTS: Santonin Calomel Aloin 

Anthelmintic Capsules for Swine are a combination of equal parts of santonin, 
calomel and aloin in pink-tinted, hermetically sealed, gelatin capsules. They are 
easily administered by means of a special balling gun. To minimize handling, the 
capsule may be administered when swine are given anti-hog-cholera serum. 

Because of the manner in which swine are usually kept and fed, intestinal ver- 
minous infestation is common, and frequently exists in a degree to interfere markedly 
with nutrition. In fact, this is so well known by hog raisers that they consider it of 
great economic importance to keep their herds free from intestinal parasites. 

Best results are obtained when swine are kept away from feed for twelve hours 
before the capsules are given. Feed and water should be withheld for four or five 
hours following this treatment. In extreme cases of infestation we recommend the 
administration of our Anthelmintic Tonic for Swine. This may be begun a week or 
ten days after the capsules have been administered, given in the tonic dose and con- 
tinued for a period of ten rays to two weeks. (See page 27.) 

The Anthelmintic Capsules are decidedly parasiticide, but no anthelmintic is 
capable of destroying ova. For this reason, then, our Anthelmintic Powder for Swine 
given for a time (and this begun as suggasted a week or ten days after administra- 
tion of capsules) serves to destroy larvae as they hatch. 

Anthelmintic Capsules for Swine are marketed in containers of 25, 600 and 1,000. 

PRICE 

In boxes of 25 capsules, per box ■. _ „ $ 1.50 

Per package of 4 boxes (100 capsules) . 5.00 

In quantities of 500 (boxes of 25 capsules each) 20.00 

In quantities of 1000 (boxes of 25 capsules each) 38.00 

Balling gun for administering capsules 1.75 

On orders of 500 and 1000 capsules, special labels will be supplied if desired, with- 
out additional cost. 



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R 23— ANTHELMINTIC TONIC FOR SWINE 




A most generally useful tonic and vermifuge for swine. 

Indicated in general unthriftiness due to intestinal parasites and in all cases 
where a tonic and alterative agent is desirable. 

CONTENTS 

• Anise Seed Licorice Root 

Charcoal Iron Sulphate 

Ginger Sodium Sulphate 

Quassia Sodium Chloride 

Areca Nut Sodium Bicarbonate 
A valuable preparation as a corrective, when given after the administration of 
hog cholera serum. Particularly beneficial in apparently healthy growing pigs at 
regular intervals to expel worms, which are often present in the alimentary tract in 
sufficient numbers to tax the economy materially. Especially necessary to stimulate 
profitable results when given to brood sows that are suckling pigs. Requires no 
preliminary purging. 

Following the administration of Anthelmintic Capsules, R 23 is s. dependable 
agent for the prevention of reinfestation with worms and at the same time to stimu- 
late the appetite and enhance thriftiness. It is the least expensive anthelmintic pow- 
der for swine that is on the market, when dosage and results are considered. 

PRICE 

Per 1 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 3.00 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 9.00 

Per % Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 16.00 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 30.00 

Per Single 5-lb. Cartons 90 

Per 20 5-lb. Cartons 12.50 

Per 25-lb. Drums 3.75 

Per 50-lb. Drums 6.85 

Per 100-lb. Drums 12.25 



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ANTI-ACTINOMYCOSIS 




iwipycDsis, 





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Jy^fPi 



|WANVgrEmWl8^Fp: 



The best preparation ever 
offered the profession for the 
treatment of actinomycosis or 
lumpy jaw. 

The solution penetrates the most 
remotely affected tissues and de- 
stroys absolutely the actinomycotic 
fungus. This is accomplished with- 
out extensive destruction of tissue. 



CONTENTS 



Lead Salts 
Sulphuric Acid 



Oil of Turpentine 
Nitric Acid 



The sloughing and blemishing that attends the use of the various caustic agents 
that are commonly employed for the treatment of "lumpy jaw" is avoided when Anti- 
Actinomycosis is used. 

Anti-Actinomycosis has been successfully employed by practicing veterinarians 
for several years and we have many reports lauding its satisfactory action. 



To obtain the best results from the use of this preparation, the abscess should 
first be opened by making an incision and allowing the purulent contents to escape, 
after which the cavity should be thoroughly irrigated with a two per cent solution 
of Antiseptine or Liquor Cresolis Compositus. 



Apply Anti-Actinomycosis by the use of a cotton pledget and long dressing for- 
ceps, swabbing as much of the area as is possible. Then pack with cotton saturated 
with the liquid. One application is usually sufficient, but if necessary, the treatment 
may be repeated in ten days. 



PRICE 



In 4-ounce bottles, each $ .75 

In 8-ounce bottles, each 1.25 

In pound bottles, each 2.00 



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ANTI-EXOSTOSIS 

(Liquid Vesicant) 




A treatment for bony 
enlargements, that does 
not require that the 
animal be rested. 

For inflammation occurring 
in the periosteum, and its re- 
sulting pain and exostosis. 
For the treatment of bony 
growths, such as spavin, ring- 
bone and splints. 

CONTENTS 

Mercury Salts 
Lead Salts 
Cantharides 



Anti-Exostosis, as the name implies, is for the treatment of abnormal outgrowths 
of bone. With most preparations of this kind complete rest is required, but with 
the use of Anti-Exostosis this is not necessary. Lameness is often relieved in a few 
days, when due to periostitis or other resultant condition. 



Anti-Exostosis is particularly valuable in the treatment of inflammations of the 
extremities wherein subjects are intractable, making handling difficult. In such 
cases, continued beneficial effects, that are derived from pressure exerted upon the 
parts by the eschar, are equivalent to the best results derived from the repeated ap- 
plications of preparations of a different nature. 



In applying Anti-Exostosis the hair must be clipped and the part to be treated 
should be thoroughly cleansed. The animal must be controlled by tying up the head 
to prevent biting at the blistered area, and the tail should be properly confined if the 
affected part is within its reach. 



In 2-ounce bottles, each 
Cone for applying 



PRICE 



$1.25 

.. .15 



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ANTI-FLATUS CAPSULES 




An effective preven- 
tive of fermentation in 
the intestinal tract of 
the horse. 

Anti-ferment, 
anodyne, anti-spasmodic 
stimulant. 

CONTENTS 

Oleum Eucalyptus 

Oleum Cajeput 

Pulv. Zingiberis 

Antiseptine 

Oleum Mentha Piperitae 



Modern methods of handling cases of indigestion in horses have resulted in a 
large use of gastric and intestinal antiseptics, for the prevention of gas formation. 
Rational measures for the treatment of indigestion attended with fermentation include 
means for the prevention of gas formation as the chief consideration. This has sup- 
planted the use of large doses of anodynes that simply mask symptoms by affording 
the subjects temporary relief from pain. Anodynes may well be used with Anti- 
Flatus Capsules, but there are comparatively few cases where this is necessary if 
fermentation has been checked. The principal object to be attained in the majority of 
cases of indigestion of horses is to check fermentation. 

Anti-Flatus Capsules represent a preparation in concentrated form that is de- 
cidedly anti-enzymotic, anodyne and anti-spasmodic. The carminative action of gin- 
ger, peppermint and cajeput promotes expulsion of gases without provoking irrita- 
tion. Moreover, these capsules do not interfere with the action of digestive ferments. 
Because of their dependability of action, convenience of administration and general 
practicability, Anti-Flatus Capsules have won favor with the majority of the prac- 
ticing veterinarians of this country. 

Anti-Flatus Capsules may be supplied in soluble, elastic form if desired, con- 
taining oils of camphor, eucalyptus and cajeput, at the same price as the regular 
capsules. 



PRICE 



In boxes of 12 capsules 

Per dozen boxes (141 capguleg) 



..$ 1J0O 



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R 1410— ANTISEPTIC DRESSING POWDER 





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A superior dry dressing for wounds. 

For the treatment of indolent wounds that assume an ulcer-like 
appearance or manifest malignant tendencies. 

CONTENTS 

Bichloride of Mercury Zinz Sulphate 

1-2500 Boric Acid 

A characteristic feature of this compound is its stability — it remains a powder 
and can be easily shaken out of the container. 

Wound secretions are not coagulated to form a dense eschar-like coating as is 
the case where cheap preparations containing lime are used. This combination of 
boric acid with the salts of zinc and mercury constitutes a preparation that is most 
desirable as a dry dressing for wounds. It is not too astringent to retard granula- 
tion, yet it is astringent enough to prevent exuberant granulation, and also, decidedly 
antiseptic without being irritant and toxic. 

For the treatment of indolent wounds that assume an ulcer-like appearance or 
manifest malignant tendencies, this powder is second to none for controlling granula- 
tion. Exuberant granulation is checked without interfering with reproduction of tissue 
cells around the margins of such wounds. 

In cases of this kind we recommend that Amvetsol Healing Ointment be applied 
to the margins of wounds daily, after tumors have been removed surgically and the 
central granulating part may be controlled by means of frequent applications of Anti- 
septic Dressing Powder with most excellent results. 

This preparation is non-irritating, somewhat anesthetic and free from disagree- 
able odor. It may be used with impunity upon wounds of dogs and cats as well as 
in the large animals. 

Supplied in 6-ounce sprinkler-top cans, with blank label for directions and the 
doctor's name. In gross or half-gross lots we will furnish the powder with your 
special label. 

PRICE 

Per Box 1 Dozen 6-oz. Cans $ 2.00 

Per 3 Dozen 6-oz. Cans w/sp label 6.00 

Per x k Gross 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 11.00 

Per 1 Gross 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 20.00 



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ANTISEPTINE 



(New Formula.) 




Perfectly soluble in wa- 
ter, agreeable odor. Four 
times the bactericidal 
power of carbolic acid. 

Germicidal, antiseptic, de- 
odorant. Contains Cresylic 
Acid (50 per cent). 

Antiseptine is one of the most 
powerful germicides on the mar- 
ket today. It is a reddish brown 
liquid, having an agreeable odor, 
and forms a perfect solution in any 
dilution with water. Considering 
its bactericidal power, which is 
four times that of phenol, at $3.00 
the gallon, it is the most inexpen- 
sive germicidal solution on the 
market. 



This improved preparation, Antiseptine, is far superior to ordinary cresol prepara- 
tions for use in surgical and obstetrical practice, in sterilizing instruments, dressings 
and cleansing the field of operation. It surpasses phenol as a destroyer of micro- 
organisms and it is less caustic. It is also a parasiticide. 

For the treatment of wounds and as an external application, a one to two per cent 
solution should be employed. 



For sterilizing instruments a three to five per cent solution is used, and as this 
solution is transparent the instruments may readily be seen. Being non-corrosive, the 
plating of instruments is not injured by the Antiseptine even when undiluted. 

For vaginal douches use one-tenth to one-fifth of one per cent solutions. As a 
disinfectant use a two per cent solution. 

A two per cent solution of Antiseptine in warm or almost hot water serves ad- 
mirably for disinfecting contaminated wounds of various kinds. Particularly good 
results are derived from the use of such solutions in cleansing lacerated wounds from 
which exuberant granulations spring, owing to bacterial activity. In many cases 
where profuse granulation and contamination occasions pruritus, wounds are con- 
stantly irritated and kept in a bleeding condition by patients so that healing is very 
much retarded. uid when completed an excessive amount of cicatricial tissue has 
formed. One single application of a two per cent solution of Antiseptine applied by 
irrigation and assisted by swabbing with pledgets of cotton will serve to control such 
conditions perfectly. 

For making solutions pour the Antiseptine into container, then gradually add 
water; stir constantly and a perfect solution will be obtained. 

PRICE 

In pint bottles, each $ .45 

In gallon bottles, each 3.00 

In 5-gallon cans 13.50 



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AMVETSCO ARSENICAL PASTE 




•VMVK'IJSCO 

ARSENICAL PASTE 



*««ICA(I VETtKINW SjHiPLlT CO. 





An efficacious wart and exuberant granulation remover. 

Indications for Amvetsco Arsenical paste are multiple papillomata 
(warts) such as occur about the mouth, nostrils, face, perineal region and 
mammae in cattle. It is likewise beneficial in the treatment of bursatti 
(summer sores) in horses and to inhibit the growth of similar conditions 
affecting jacks. 



CONTENTS 

Arsenic Sulphide and Arsenic Trioxide incorporated in a special base 
that makes for ease of application and insures good effect. 

In cases seen in cattle where myriads of warts are located on the skin adjacent 
to orifices and extending to the sides of the neck and parts of the trunk, Amvetsco 
Arsenical Paste should be applied sparingly. In such cases an amount of the paste 
may be applied by means of a felt cone or swab of gauze sufficient to moisten the 
surface of the warts and no more. Full physiological doses of Fowler's Solution of 
Arsenic administered once daily for a period of a week or ten days constitutes a 
helpful adjuvant treatment in bad cases. 



Directions for use of this paste are printed on the label of each container, 
apply to its general use and should be carefully observed. 



These 



PRICE 
In 1-pound cans, each . — _ - • .85 



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BiSMODlNE 




BISMODINE 

An iodized bismuth paste that remains at 
the proper consistency after being introduced 
into the tissues, to permit liberation of iodine 
and phenol in the best manner for promoting 
germ destruction without tissue injury. 

CONTENTS. 

Bismuth subnitrate Phenol 

Iodine Special hardening base 



In many fistulous tracts such as in some fistulae of the withers, quittor and 
tracts involving other parts, after thorough disinfection of such sinuses it is prefer- 
able to introduce Bismodine rather than to employ other methods of treatment. 



The best example of an indication for such treatment is to be observed in subacute 
or chronic cases of quittor when the introduction of Bismodine twice weekly for a 
time, with proper shoeing, will be succeeded by recovery. 



When employed in fistulous tracts it should be heated until its consistency becomes 
liquid and then allowed to gravitate into the depths of fistulae, or it may be injected 
into the cavities with a dose syringe. 

Bismodine is not indicated in fistulae during the acute inflammatory stage or 
when profuse suppuration exists. 

Put up in one pound cans. 



PRICE 

Per can $1.25 

We suggest the use of our Polyvalent Bacterin in conjunction with Bismodine. 
time and with proper shoeing, will be succeeded by recovery. 



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^ 1403— BOVINE PURGATIVE COMPOUND 






3 -3 p^" 



IVINE 


PURGATIVE 


■.--"."'':* "^: ■ 


, !"* 


*"* Supply Co, 




«IKPIK!J11 : 



An effective purgative for cattle. 

Indicated in impaction where auto-intoxication exists; also in febrile 
disturbances and certain dropsical conditions. 

CONTENTS 

Phenolphthalein Gamboge 
Capsicum Magnesium Sulphate 

Aromatics Ginger 

Nux Vomica 

Veterinarians generally have learned that despite the frequent necessity for pro- 
ducing purgation in these digestive disturbances, there are comparatively few cases 
wherein "salts" are indicated. Experience has taught that the administration of large 
doses of sodium or magnesium sulphate often defeats the purpose sought; instead of 
producing purgation, too often there follows nausea, complete cessation of rumination 
(even where rumination was not entirely in abeyance), enteritis, and eventually, grave 
complications. These untoward results are in part obviated because this purgative 
contains no sodium sulphate and the irritant and depressant effects of sodium are thus 
avoided. 

Bovine Purgative Compound represents virtues of several ingredients that have 
proved very efficacious as purgatives for cattle. This preparation is particularly in- 
dicated in cases of impaction where auto-intoxication exists; likewise in febrile dis- 
turbances and in certain dropsical conditions, 1J 1403 is an agent that will certainly 
produce purgation without provoking untoward disturbances. Each carton contains a 
purgative dose. If given in lesser amount — in broken doses — this compound is a valu- 
able hepatic stimulant. 

Supplied in pound cartons with blank label for directions and doctor's name. 
Full directions for the veterinarian are contained on the outside of each package of 
one dozen containers. When ordered in not less than half-gross lots we will furnish 
each pound carton with your special label. 

PRICE 

Per Dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 3.00 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label - 9.00 

Per Vz Gross 1-lb. Cans, w/sp label 16.00 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cans, w/sp label , 30.00 



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CHLOROCAMPH ANODYNE 




An anti-spasmodic, anti-fermentative, carminative, non-constipating 
anodyne. 

CONTENTS 

Chloral Hydrate Oil of Peppermint 
Camphor Oil of Sassafras 

Chloroform Oil of Eucalyptus 

Chlorocamph Anodyne is an ideal agent to be given in cases of indigestion in 
horses, that are attended with violent pain. It in nowise interferes with the effects 
of purgatives or agents given to stimulate peristalsis. 

A consideration of the formula of this preparation indicates that the anti-spasmodic 
action of chloral hydrate and the local effects of chloroform and camphor, which do 
not differ widely from those of chloral hydrate, tend to make this an ideal anodyne 
agent. 

Oil of eucalyptus, while being stomachic and somewhat anodyne in action, is de- 
cidedly beneficial in this combination to control fermentation. A somewhat similar 
carminative action of peppermint and sassafras lends itself admirably in combination 
with the action of the several aforementioned ingredients, to produce a preparation 
that is an effective anti-spasmodic, anti-fermentative, carminative, non-constipating 
anodyne. 

Chlorocamph Anodyne contains volatile agents in sufficient proportion, so that 
rapid dissemination throughout the intestinal tract is insured. Very prompt relief 
results, succeeding the administration of this preparation where indicated. 



PRICE 

In 1-pint bottles, each $1.25 

In 1-gallon bottles, each g,00 

One dozen 8-ounce bottles 6.50 



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COMPOUND CONCENTRATED SOLUTION OF ARSENIC 

TRIOXIDE 



A general tonic, hem- 
atinic, nutritive and stim- 
ulant. 

Indicated in the treatment 
of subacute and chronic in- 
digestion and malnutrition. 




Two fluid ounces make sixteen ounces of a one per cent solution of Arsenic 
Trioxide equivalent medicinally to Fowler's Solution, with compound spirits of lavender 
omitted and coloring matter added. 

Arsenic has proved to be one of the reliable inorganic agents employed by veteri- 
narians in the treatment of several organic ailments of the subacute and chronic types. 
It may be administered with profit in the following conditions: 

1. Diseases of the blood and of organs associated with hemogenesis, as 
anemia, leukemia and kindred diseases. 

2. Diseases affecting bones and joints such as rachitis and osteomalacia. 

3. Nervous disturbances of the nature of chorea. 

4. Non-parasitic skin affections of which persistent eczema and warts are 
types. 

5. Debility associated with malnutrition. 

6. Respiratory maladies, as heaves. 

PRICE 



In pint bottles, each .. 
In gallon bottles, each 



$ .65 

4.50 



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AMVETSCO CONJUNCTIVITIS TABLETS 




Indispensable for the ex- 
temporaneous preparation 
of collyria of definite 
strength and action. 

Indicated in the treatment 
of traumatisms, infections 
and other ailments of the 
eyes. 



Amvetsco Conjunctivitis Tablets are prepared especially for the veterinarian's 
emergency bag. They constitute a very practical and convenient form for preparing 
a collyrium for giving emergency attention in cases of injuries to the eyes. They are 
likewise suitable for making solutions for the treatment of conjunctivitis, either sim- 
ple or infectious. 

By dissolving these tablets in sterile water, a collyrium may be prepared quickly, 

that is of definite strength, combining efficacy and safety — essential considerations in 
treatment of the eyes. 

PRICE 

Formula A. Containing Zinc Phenolsulphonate and Boric Acid. Dissolve two 
tablets in each ounce of water and apply freely. 

In bottles of 100 tablets, each _ $ .15 

In bottles of 500 tablets, each &0 

In bottles of 1,000 tablets, each 1.15 



Formula B. Containing Zinc Sulphate, Salicylic Acid, Boric Acid and Methylene 
Blue. Dissolve one tablet in one ounce of distilled water and apply freely. 



PRICE 

In tubes of 12 tablets, each $ .25 



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AMVETSGO COUGH SYRUP. 

(Non-Narcotic) 



A soothing cough 
syrup that exerts an 
antiseptic effect upon 
the pharyngeal mucous 
membranes without 
causing irritation. 

For general use in large 
and small animal practice. 

CONTENTS. 

Chloroform 

Creosote 

Menthol 

Sanguinaria 

Ammonium Chloride 

Eucalyptus 

Stramonium 




This preparation is all that could be desired as a remedy to promote disinfection 
of the mucosa of the pharynx and to stimulate healthful secretions in all cases of 
Pharyngitis, or Laryngitis such as accompany strangles or as occur in complicated 
cases of Influenza. 

It is an agent that will hasten recovery in pharyngitis, laryngitis and similar 
disturbances because the nature of its component parts when combined is soothing yet 
sufficiently antiseptic to encourage prompt resolution. It is not merely a "cough 
medicine" calculated to suppress cough without tending to relieve the cause, but a 
cough syrup that will promote recovery. 

The good effect of creosote as an antiseptic agent when it comes in contact with 
membranes that are infected and inflamed is well recognized by all practicing veter- 
inarians. It is likewise a good agent in infectious inflammations of respiratory 
organs because it is eliminated chiefly by the lungs. 

Eucalyptus is likewise a desirable drug in this compound, especially because it is 
properly combined with creosote and a suitable vehicle. 

The good effects of this combination of creosote and eucalyptus are greatly 
enhanced by ammonium chloride. The other ingredients which go to make up 
Amvetsco Cough Syrup serve well in making this preparation efficacious, palatable and 
inexpensive. 

PRICE. 

Per pint bottles, each $0.70 

Per gallon bottles, each 4.90 

See also Equine Cough Syrup on page 52. 



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CREODINE. 




An antiseptic agent for injection into indolent tracts that are not 
readily stimulated to resolution by ordinary means of treatment. 

This product is a combination of creosote and iodine. Iodine, as we all know, 
has been recognized as an antiseptic of great value because of its ability to pene- 
trate the tissues and destroy germs with great rapidity. It has been proved that 3^4% 
of iodine will kill the most obstinate germs. 

We believe that this preparation is one of the most valuable iodine products on 
the market. Because of the fact that many wounds are actually "treated to death" 
by the application of various antiseptic preparations, in some instances nature's part 
in reconstruction does not occur. In many of these cases, after cauterization of 
indolent parts where accessible, the local application of Creodine two or three times 
daily, stimulates prompt recovery. 

Creodine may be employed satisfactorily in cases of fistulous withers after 
drainage has been established surgically. As a wound dressing following the radical 
operation for poll evil, it is valuable. 

The properties of Creodine are the same as those of iodine itself, and there- 
fore may be used with impunity wherever iodine is indicated. 

Perhaps the most pleasing results that attend the use of Creodine are due to 
the fact that it stimulates resolution without provoking exuberant granulation of 
tissue. It supplies local nutriment in cases where this is needful, and irritating 
eschars do not form upon wounds treated with applications of Creodine. 

Creosote is included in this combination because of its anesthetic properties. 

PRICE. 

Per 4-ounce special glass stoppered bottle $1.50 



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R 1401— DIGESTIVE TONIC 



.U* 3 ^ 




A Tonic for horses. 

Indicated in digestive disorders of the horse, caused by improper or 
irregular feeding or sudden change in the kind of feed, which usually re- 
sults in indigestion, mal-assimilation and general unthriftiness. 



CONTENTS 

Gentian Sodium Bicarbonate 

Calamus Artificial Carlsbad 

Aromatics Salts 

Nux Vomica 

Gentian is a stomachic; it promotes digestion by stimulation of the gustatory 
nerves, increases salivary and gastric secretions and excites gastric and intestinal 
peristalsis to a slight extent. 

Calamus, a mild aromatic bitter, is useful in anorexia and indigestion associated 
with mild forms of flatulence. Nux vomica, a bitter tonic, stimulates peristalsis and 
hinders fermentation. Sodium bicarbonate neutralizes the acid product of indiges- 
tion and fermentation and is useful in catarrh of the gastro-intestinal tract. Artificial 
Carlsbad salts is laxative in action. 

Digestive disorders are common among horses, usually due to one or more of the 
following causes: Improper feeding as to quantity and quality; irregular feeding; 
sudden changes in kind of feed, etc. A natural consequence of any of these faults 
will be indigestion, mal-assimilation, staring coat of hair and general unthriftiness. 

5 1401 is put up in one-pound cartons ready to dispense, with blank label for 
directions and doctor's name. When the label bears the veterinarian's own name and 
address, the package takes on an additional point of usefulness and the practitioner 
gets the benefit of all refills. The cost to you is only 23c per pound can, and on 
orders of one-half gross or more we will supply each carton with your special label. 

PRICE 

Per 1 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 2.75 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 7.25 

Per V 2 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 14.75 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 27.50 



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DIURETIC ELIXIR 




DIURETIC ELIXIR 




if©ft. ~~: 




Diuretic Elixir is a 
promptly acting, non-irri- 
tating antiseptic sedative 
and diuretic, convenient 
for medication in cases 
demanding immediate ac- 
tion. 

Indicated in urinary reten- 
tion, subacute or chronic pye- 
litis, cystitis and catarrh of 
the bladder, etc. 



CONTENTS 

Hexamethylenamine Uva Ursi 
Potassium Nitrate Pilocarpus 



It increases the flow of urine, stimulates the mucosa of the entire genito-urinary 
tract, dissolves uric acid and allied products, hastening their elimination, and retards 
bacterial invasion. 

The active medicinal substances in the combination touch every part and function 
of the urinary tract. Hexamethylenamine, by forming formalin, disinfects and stimu- 
lates the mucosa from kidney tubule to urethra; pilocarpus stimulates the flow of 
urine and gives tone to the musculature; uva ursi through its active principle, arbutin, 
renders germ life inactive and stimulates the epithelial lining of the urinary tubes; 
potassium nitrate, by its effect upon the epithelium of the glomeruli, augments the 
excretion of urine and increases the elimination of solids. 

Diuretic Elixir is administered with beneficial effects in cystitis, pyelitis, urinary 
retention, hyper-alkalinity of urine and chronic and catarrhal inflammation of urinary 
mucosae; it is serviceable also in renal congestion and irritation. 

The dose is one fluid ounce repeated in one-half hour, then three times daily. The 
action is increased in rapidity and effectiveness if large quantities of water are taken. 
The dose for colts is one-half ounce and for large dogs, two drams. 



PRICE 



In gallon bottles, each.. 
In pint bottles, each 



$5.25 
.. .75 



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R 1412— DIURETIC POWDER 




A promptly acting diuretic. 
For urinary disorders of horses. 



CONTENTS 

Hexamethylenamine 
Uva Ursi 
Juniper 

Sodium Nitrate 

Sodium Bicarbonate 

In this powder there is incorporated those drugs of known value in a form con- 
venient for administration by the practitioner's clients. The volatile oil contained in 
juniper, being eliminated unchanged in the urine, insures mild stimulation and disin- 
fection of the entire urinary channel. The sodium bicarbonate, by increasing alka- 
linity of kidney excretions, aids in the relief of catarrhal conditions, especially those 
of a chronic type. 

Prescription of 5 1412 is indicated in all cases calling for a diuretic, as for 
instance, the pseudo-strangury so frequently encountered in aged animals, especially 
mules. 

It is supplied in pound cartons with blank label for directions and doctor's name. 
Full directions regarding use of 3J 1412 are printed on the container of each dozen 
cartons. 

We will furnish your special label on each carton if ordered in half gross or larger 

lots. 

PRICE 

Per 1 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 3.00 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 9.00 

Per V 2 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 16.00 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 30.00 



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ELIXIR ANTI-PHARYNGITIS 




ELIXIR 

§TI-PHARYNCIfg 



i*£nled in Ph^yagiih.LujotiSt 
( Irani ill 




AeaicMi Vftciimn Supply &>■. !*■ 




An ideal combination, 
palatable, effective and 
generally adaptable. 

Indicated in pharyngitis, 
laryngitis and coughs, stran- 
gles and some forms of in- 
fluenza. 



CONTENTS 

Phenol 
Glycerine 
Oil of Pine 
Eucalyptol 

Methyl Salicylate 

A Suitable Menstruum 



The antiseptic effects of Elixir Anti-Pharyngitis are noticeably active without 
irritation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat. 

Sufficient phenol is contained to produce an anesthetic effect and the combina- 
tion of ingredients which form Elixir Anti-Pharyngitis constitutes a very desirable 
cough remedy. 

This preparation is indicated in pharyngitis, laryngitis and coughs resulting from 
direct affection of the region of the pharynx. It stimulates prompt resolution when 
given to subjects suffering from strangles and those forms of influenza attended by 
copious mucopurulent nasal discharges. 

The best mode of administering Elixir Anti-Pharyngitis is by depositing it upon 
the back of the horse's tongue with an ordinary dose syringe. 

Dose for the average horse is from one to two ounces every three or four hours 
as required to allay cough and irritation. 

PRICE 

In pint bottles, each _ $1.00 

In gallon bottles, each 7_qq 



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ELIXIR IRON, QUININE, STRYCHNINE AND ARSENIC 











General tonic, hematinic, nutritive and stimulant — par excellence. 

Indicated in anemia, subacute and chronic indigestion and malnutri- 
tion, convalescence, general unthriftiness. 

CONTENTS 

Soluble Iron Phosphate Quinine Phosphate 
Strychnine Phosphate Arsenous Acid 

The hematinic properties of iron are known universally. The increase in the 
number of red corpuscles and oxygen carrying capacity of the blood following the 
administration of iron has been proclaimed by many writers on therapeutics. 
Quinine, likewise, is a well known remedy. Its value as a stomachic is great. Strych- 
nine is recognized as the best nerve stimulant, and arsenic as an alterative has been 
considered favorably for many years. In a word, this combination of iron, quinine, 
strychnine and arsenic constitutes the best general tonic preparation available. 

This preparation is particularly indicated as a general tonic in horses that have 
suffered from debilitating diseases, such as distemper and influenza, or from un- 
thriftiness brought about by dental disturbances, or innutritious or insufficent food. 
In such cases it is given three times daily; when so given it acts as an appetizer 
as well as a tonic directly. 

PRICE 

In pint bottles, each $ 1.10 

In gallon bottles, each 8.10 



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ELIXIR PURGANS 




For use either as a 
laxative or purgative 
where a liquid is pref- 
erable to a bolus. It 
gives satisfactory re- 
sults in horses, cattle, 
sheep and swine. 

CONTENTS 

Aloes Podophyllum 

Colocynth Aromatics 
Saline Drastic 

A prompt, safe, ef- 
ficient, thoroughly re- 
liable evacuant. 



Aloes, for years, has been the standard purgative for the horse. It stimulates 
peristalsis of the large intestine. Podophyllum is particularly indicated as a chola- 
gogue purgative. It directly increases the secretion of bile and produces copious 
watery discharges. Colocynth greatly increases the secretions; slightly, the flow of 
bile, and to some degree stimulates peristalsis. 



Elixir Purgans acts without pain in from four to six hours, leaving less tendency 
to sluggishness of the bowels as an after-effect than most other purgatives. It has 
been used with marked success by hundreds of veterinarians during the past three 
years. While it is intended principally for horses, it gives good results when admin- 
istered to cattle, sheep and swine. It is particularly convenient for use in young 
animals, as the dose may be readily graduated to suit the patient. 



Elixir Purgans is a pleasant, highly aromatized preparation that affects every 
portion of the intestinal canal, increases the biliary secretions and thoroughly sweeps 
out the intestinal contents. It is especially adaptable for those who prefer to admin- 
ister a liquid rather than a bolus and it is similar in content to our Equine Purgative 
Capsule. May be used either as a laxative or a purgative. 



PRICE 

In pint bottles, each _ _ _ $1.25 

In gallon bottles, each 8.00 



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R 1405— EMPHYSEMA POWDER 

(ANTI-HEAVES POWDER) 





Hmd mm 



■ : Kh. -A. 





r=l EMPHYSEMA 



@ 



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~^MI 


PFCAN V^TERJNAftY SUPPLY CO. 



An unsurpassed remedy for the treatment of "heaves." 

Indicated in cases of "broken wind," "short wind," "heaves" and re- 
cent cases of pulmonary emphysema due to indigestion, moldy feed, over- 
exertion or mild cases of overheating. 

CONTENTS 

Pulverized Gentian Pulverized Stramonium 

Aromatics Arsenic Trioxide 

Pulverized Anise Seed Copper Sulphate 

In this combination we have a remedy that cannot be surpassed for the treatment 
of pulmonary emphysema. In nearly every case of emphysema of the horse, the 
animal suffers from indigestion; this is corrected when the subject is regularly medi- 
cated with this preparation according to directions. 

Arsenic trioxide improves the appetite and increases the secreticns of the stomach 
and small intestines. Copper sulphate is a tonic remedy in anemia and nervous 
conditions and has a specific and favorable action on the mucous membranes of the 
respiratory tract. Anise seed is aromatic and carminative. Stramonium is indicated 
in spasmodic affections and does not check peristalsis. Gentian is a stomachic and 
bitter tonic and is useful in intestinal catarrh. 

In all cases of emphysema the animals should be fed regularly and in moderate 
amounts. Dusty hay and grain must be prohibited; only the best of food should be 
given and the subject should have water in small quantities at frequent intervals. 

Give water regularly and avoid feeding bulky food. It requires about ten days 
to effect noticeable improvement. 

Supplied in pound cartons with blank label for directions and dcctor's name. 
Full directions on the outside of each one-dozen package. We will furnish your 
special label on each carton if ordered in haif-gross lots or more. 

PRICE 

Per 1 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 3.50 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 10.50 

Per % Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label - 18.50 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 35.00 



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EMUNCTOTONE 




Makes the perfect emulsion. 

Indicated in the treatment of pharyngitis, 
laryngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, influenza 
and distemper or strangles of horses. 



CONTENTS 



Bca aacrm?ifT 7 i 7[ ffl r IB ;nng rgrn;injaagCC ^ 

J EMUNCTOTONE 

I 'urpentine,-iari3pS»r>>Td nuiv0 



J '"dieted XniiUL'tfl*iXff*% ot 

I- ..I Ho,,-, ^i -...; f, 
»MERIU]r%ltRltlARY .AlfPLV I 



3 K»Bjm City, 



Oil of Eucalyptus 
Beechwood Creosote 
Oil of Pine 
Oil of Turpentine 



Camphor 
Nux Vomica 
Emulsifying Agents 




This preparation, as the name implies, tends to 
disinfect and influence healthful reconstruction of 
diseased mucous membranes of the emunctories. 
Emunctotone is a new preparation in the sense that 
the several ingredients have been combined in such 
manner that a compatible combination results. The 
combination is compatible physiologically, chem- 
ically and physically, both in the original container 
and when diluted with water, so that no precipita- 
tion results; neither does oil come to the surface 
when the aqueous solution is allowed to stand for 
several days or even weeks. 

The active ingredients contained in this preparation have long been employed in 
aqueous mixtures, by practicing veterinarians, for the treatment of the several condi- 
tions mentioned as being indications for the use of Emunctotone. In these many 
instances, however, no particular attention has been given to the manner in which 
the various constituent ingredients were combined with respect to physical and chemi- 
cal compatibility. Consequently, the physiological action of Emunctotone is well known 
because of long use of its active principles in veterinary practice. 

Emunctotone is therefore indicated in the various diseases that particularly affect 
parts which perform excretory functions. In pharyngitis, laryngitis, bronchitis, pneu- 
monia, influenza and distemper or strangles of horses, it stimulates elimination 
without causing irritation. It is also markedly beneficial in enteritis such as follows 
diarrhoeic disturbances of young animals. 

Emunctotone is beneficial in so many acute and subacute inflammatory conditions 
that affect mucous membranes of animals that it has a wide field of usefulness. 

Emunctotone is administered in from eight to sixteen parts of water and, in this 
form, a perfect emulsion results, which is stimulative and effective as an antiseptic, 
without causing nausea and inappetence or producing irritation of the membranes. 

One to two ounces of the emulsion are given every three or four hours to the 
horse. The dose is reduced in proportion to weight of the subject in young animals. 

When administered for its beneficial effects in gastric and enteric disturbances, 
it may be given undiluted, in capsules. From one to three one-ounce capsules may be 
given three times daily in such cases in mature subjects. 

PRICE 

In one-pint bottles, each - - $ 1.50 

In one-gallon bottles, each 10.50 



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R 1404— EQUINE ANTHELMINTIC 




A vermicide that gives the results you want. For intestinal parasites 
of horses. 



CONTENTS 

Copper Sulphate Anise 

Sodium Chloride Wormseed 

Areca Nut Iron Sulphate 

Powdered Licorice 

Worms in horses constitute a common cause of unthriftiness, consequently the 
proper use of anthelmintics is attended with markedly beneficial effects in helmin- 
thiasis. 

IJ 1404 is an approved combination of effective anthelmintics, capable of exerting 
its vermicidal action throughout the entire intestinal canal. A consideration of the 
ingredients composing B 1404 will convince any veterinarian of the efficacy of this 
compound. 

Areca nut is an anthelmintic more commonly classed as a taeniacide, but capable 
of killing round worms. Copper sulphate is used as a vermicide, thus adding to the 
anthelmintic properties of the combination. Iron sulphate is an effective vermicide 
and serves as a tonic in building up the depleted condition of the animal. Sodium 
chloride aids in overcoming the catarrhal condition excited by the presence of worms, 
which results in restoration of normal digestion. Licorice is demulcent and slightly 
laxative, and adds to palatability. Anise seed is aromatic. 

Before beginning treatment, one Equine Purgative Capsule should be admin- 
istered and in some cases another may be given ten days later. 

Put up in one-pound cartons ready to dispense, with blank label for directions and 
doctor's name. 

PRICE 

Per 1 Dozen 1-lb Cartons $ 3.00 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 9.00 

Per % Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 16.00 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label ...... 30.00 



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AMVETSCO EQUINE COLIC REMEDY 




For indigestion and colic in horses. 

Indicated in attacks of colic arising from gastric or intestinal indiges- 
tion accompanied by suspended peristalsis, intestinal stasis or flatulence, 
either acute or chronic. 

CONTENTS 

Oil of Turpentine Sodium Thiosulphate 

Nux Vomica Physostigmine 

This combination of drugs is generally stimulative to the nerves and the respira- 
tory centers, and indirectly the heart. Peristalsis is stimulated, intestinal secretions 
are augumented and fermentation is inhibited by its use. It constitutes an ideal 
emergency remedy in acute digestive disturbances of the horse and is likewise of 
service in chronic indigestion. 

Amvetsco Equine Colic Remedy constitutes a convenient and efficacious first-aid 
treatment that may be dispensed by the veterinarian under his own label admin- 
istered by clients according to his directions. It is possible in this way to have one's 
clients administer one or more doses of Amvetsco Equine Colic Remedy at times when 
it is impossible to give personal attention to patients immediately after having been 
called. Thus calls usually may be "held" without jeopardy to the life of the patient. 

PRICE 

Per 8-oz. Bottle $ .75 

Per 1 Dozen Bottles 7.50 

Per 3 Dozen Bottes, w/sp label 22.50 

Per % Gross Bottles, w/sp label 38.50 

Per 1 Gross Bottles, w/sp label 75.00 



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EQUINE COUGH POWDER. 




A reliable therapeutic agent for use in the successful treatment of 
subacute and chronic bronchial and pulmonary inflammations. 



CONTENTS. 



Oil of Eucalyptus 
Antimony and 
Potassium Tartrate 



Sanguinaria 
Lobelia 
Licorice Root 



Combined with stomachics such as gentian root and laxatives such as sodium 
sulphate. 

The same dependable, stimulating, expectorative and antiseptic action that char- 
acterizes the use of oil of eucalyptus when, it is given in solutions, occurs when this 
Equine Cough Powder is administered. 

Antimony and potassium tartrate increase the secretion of the bronchii, acting 
as vigorous expectorants. Sanguinaria is adjuvant in this action. 

Lobelia and stramonium exert a sedative action on the bronchial nerve endings, 
thereby alleviating irritation, and cough diminishes. 

The combination of these drugs with stomachic tonics and laxatives results in 
a preparation that is not only directly remedial when given in bronchial and pul- 
monary disturbances, but indirectly so by stimulating digestion and general tone. 

Equine Cough Powder is easily administered — either as a powder in the feed 
or as an electuary made with molasses. 

It is indicated in the treatment of subacute and chronic coughs such as follow 
complicated cases of influenza. It is also beneficial in pharyngitis and even in laryn- 
gitis. 

The dose is one tablespoonful three times daily in the feed, but preferably admin- 
istered as an electuary, mixing it with syrup or molasses. 

PRICE. 

Per dozen one-pound cans $4.00 



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EQUINE COUGH SYRUP 

With Ipecac and Opium 




A valuable respiratory 
sedative and expectorant. 

Indicated in acute and 
chronic laryngitis, bronchitis 
and all pulmonary affections 
associated with frequent 
cough. 



CONTENTS 

Ammonium Chloride Syrup Ipecac 

Syrup Squill Beechwood Creosote 

Tinct. Opium Camphorated 



Ammonium chloride excites the secretion of the bronchial mucous membrane and 
renders it less viscid in inflammatory conditions. 

Ipecac is strictly a stimulating expectorant so far as its action on the bronchial 
mucous membrane is concerned. 

Squill is indicated in bronchitis to stimulate and give tone to the bronchial 
mucous membranes. The soothing effect of paregoric is well known and in this com- 
bination its effects are desirable and noticeable. 

Creosote is antiseptic, employed in inflammatory diseases of the respiratory 
tract, and because of its elimination by way of the respiratory tract, is a valuable 
agent as an ingredient in a cough syrup. Creosote is an agent that has been used 
very successfully in infectious respiratory diseases. It is looked upon as being 
markedly beneficial in certain forms of pulmonary tuberculosis. 

This combination may be used instead of codeine, heroin, morphine and the bro- 
mides as it does not suppress secretions, has no cumulative action such as follows the 
use of the bromides; it produces no gastric disturbances and is without the unpleasant 
after-effects of morphine and the opiates. It is a scientific combination which is free 
from agents causing disturbing digestive effects and acts directly upon the respira- 
tory centers, stimulating the force of inspiration and expiration. It does not affect 
temperature or circulation except in a beneficial manner, and has been employed suc- 
cessfully in acute and chronic coughs that have been irresponsive to all other medica- 
ments. 

Horse, 1 to 2 ounces. 

Dog and cat, 1 to 2 drams. 

PRICE 

In pint bottles, each $ 1.00 

In gallon bottles, each 5.75 

See also Elixir Anti-Pharyngitis, Page 44. 



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EQUINE PURGATIVE CAPSULES 



A prompt and safe 
purgative capsule for 
horses. 

A rapidly acting 
drastic purge produc- 
ing bowel evacuation 
without superpurga- 
tion or other undesir- 
able after effects. 




CONTENTS 

Aloin, Nux Vomica Calomel, Jalap, and 
Other Active Hydrogogues. 



There are many cases met in the routine of general practitioners' work where the 
use of an agent that will promptly and safely produce purgation is imperative. The 
alimentary tract of the horse — because of its length and the nature of its structure — is 
not readily evacuated in less than twenty-four or thirty-six hours by the use of 
ordinary purgative drugs. 



In our Equine Purgative Capsules we offer a synergistic combination of active 
agents capable of producing purgation in the horse with a uniformity of action; 
purgation is accomplished with certainty and without jeopardizing the life of the sub- 
ject. The constant use of these capsules by hundreds of veterinarians is the best proof 
of their dependability as purgatives. 

One capsule constitutes a purgative dose for the average horse of 1200 pounds 
weight, 



PRICE 

In boxes of one dozen capsules, each $ 1.00 

Per gross 100 ° 



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ETHEREAL CAMPHORATED OIL 




A prompt and powerful nerve and cardiac stimulant, and supportive 
agent of the first quality. Given intramuscularly in shock, heat-stroke, 
prostration, and weakness, the action of camphor is most beneficial. As 
a supportive measure in influenza, pneumonia, purpura, exhaustion and 
debilitating ailments in general, it is a valuable aid to other indicated 
remedies. 

Ethereal Camphorated Oil is particularly well adapted for emergencies. It is 
intended for intramuscular injections and is promptly stimulative. It is marketed in 
sterile ampoules, so that when employed with aseptic precautions, no local disturb- 
ances follow. 

Camphorated Oil may be serviceably employed in all cases of great depression, 
especially those occurring in surgical shock and prostration from any cause. In 
pneumonia, influenza, heatstroke, exhaustion, and kindred conditions, its stimulating 
effect upon the vital centers, including those of circulation and respiration, will 
generally avert a crisis. The practitioner ought always to keep a supply of this 
valuable preparation in his emergency bag. 

Being valuable as a stimulant, expectorant, diaphoretic and antiseptic, it is par- 
ticularly desirable in pneumonic disturbances of various kinds where vitality is low. 

The dose for the average horse is one ampoule. It may be repeated at intervals 
of from one to four hours, depending upon circumstances. 

PRICE 

In boxes of one dozen ampoules, each $ 1.50 

Per dozen boxes _ 15.00 



ETHEREAL CAMPHORATED OIL WITH CREOSOTE 

This preparation, besides possessing all of the advantages of our Ethereal Cam- 
phorated Oil, gives the additional action of creosote as a germicide, anodyne and 

febrifuge. Wherever creosote is so indicated, this preparation will be found admirable 
in its field. It may be used in all forms of pneumonia and bronchitis. 



Marketed in absolutely sterile, one-dose ampoules. 

PRICE 

In boxes of one dozen ampoules, each 

Per dozen boxes. _ _ 



-$ 1,75 

.. 17.M 



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FERROCACTONE 

(Ferro-Cac-Tone) 

A sterile solution of arsenic, iron and sodium salts for intramuscular 
and intravenous use. 

CONTENTS 

Equivalent to 30 grs. Sodium Dimethylarsenate with Iron Salts and Sodium Salts. 




Ferrocactone is a clear, dark red solution wherein the active ingredients are so 
combined that the preparation is compatible with the blood when given intravenously. 

It may also be given intramuscularly, but when given by either method, it should 
be warmed to body temperature. This is easily accomplished by immersing the 
ampoules in warm water. By warming Ferrocactone before administration, pain does 
not attend its use. 

The use of Ferrocactone is preferable to employing ordinary preparations of 
arsenic for several reasons, chief among which are: 

First, the best possible effects that are to be derived from the use of 
arsenic may be expected from giving Ferrocactone. 

Second, it is non-poisonous when administered according to direc- 
tions — cumulative effects are never observed. 

Third, added to the good tonic effects which succeed the adminis- 
tration of arsenic, the marked hematinic effects of iron are to be depended 
on. 
Much better results follow the use of Ferrocactone than attend the administra- 
tion of even sodium cacodylate. One Kansas City practitioner after having used 
thirty ampoules of Ferrocactone, remarked, "I have practically made five new horses 
with Ferrocactone, and I congratulate you upon your product." 

It is best administered to suit individual conditions, but is ordinarily given, one 
ampoule every two to four days. By actual observation, a marked increase in hemo- 
globin has been noted after the second injection of Ferrocactone. As a ruie, it can 
be said that from three to ten doses (ampoules) afford the minimum to maximum 
range of dosage wherever Ferrocactone is indicated. 
Put up in boxes containing six ten-mil ampoules. 



PRICE 



Per box 



.$3.00 



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AMVETSCO FLY OIL 




A protection against flies and mosquitoes. Every veterinarian 
should stock Fly Oil for dispensing during the) fly season. Its indications 
are wide; the dairy barn, the horse barn and the pig, sty are made habit- 
able by its use. 

Our preparation is a powerful insecticide, germicide and antiseptic; a sure and 
effective protection against flies and mosquitoes. It also destroys lice, mites and 
maggots. 

It is positively harmless, will not taint milk, nor injure cattle if they lick it, and 
is quickly and easily applied to any animal with a spray. All that is necessary is to 
get a light, even coating over the surface of the hair. It is especially desirable for 
milk cows and driving horses. 

Flies and Mosquitoes: To protect animals from flies and mosquitoes, apply 
lightly upon the animal with a sprayer, giving special attention to the head, legs 
and sides. 

Stables and Stalls: Spray floor and walls thoroughly every other day. This will 
drive the flies away without the necessity of spraying the animal. 

PRICE 

In one-gallon cans, each $ 1.00 

In half-gallon cans, each 65 

In quart cans, each 45 




Sprayers, each .$0.50 



Prices for special labels on above size containers quoted upon request. 



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FOWLER'S SOLUTION TABLETS 




400 ounces of Fowler's Solution for $1.50, or less than 50c per gallon. 

Each tablet contains sufficient potassium arsenite and coloring mat- 
ter to make four ounces of Fowler's Solution. 



As a general tonic to the entire system, there is perhaps no drug- worthy of 
more careful consideration than Fowler's Solution. It is not only a general 
systemic tonic, but has a favorable effect upon many forms of skin disease. It has a 
very marked and beneficial effect on the skin, which is manifested by the improved 
appearance of the hair. 

In its action upon the blood, arsenic is similar to iron, but it is in many instances 
preferable to the ferruginous tonics. It is especially valuable as a hematinic in 
secondary anemias with loss of condition and strength. In the early spring months 
it is valuable for putting animals that have been improperly cared for during the 
winter season into condition. 

This preparation is devoid of compound tincture of lavender and is, therefore, 
odorless. Animals are conveniently medicated by giving it upon oats, bran or chop. 

To make a pint of Fowler's Solution, add four tablets to one pint of warm water 
and dissolve; the tablets are very firmly compressed, hence 10 or 15 minutes' time 
is required to perfect a solution. 



The tablets are absolutely staple and unchangeable, and may be kept on hand for 
an indefinite period. 

PRICE 

In bottles of 100 tablets, each- _ $1.50 



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fy 1511— GALACTAGOGUE POWDER 




According to the formula of Friedberger and Froehner. 
Composed of Anise, Juniper, Caraway, Fennel, Antimony with a 
Saline Base. 

Antimony is used as a diaphoretic and alterative in glandular obstructions. 

Sulphur increases secretion. 

Juniper is a diuretic and alterative. 

Fennel is carminative. 

Caraway, stimulating to the digestive organs, carminative. 

Very often in practice you are called upon to prescribe treatment for milch cows 
that are falling off in the milk supply. We have found that the preparation we are 
putting up serves this purpose excellently. We do not wish it understood that this 
preparation is specific in any sense, but we do claim remarkable results from its use. 
A powder of this kind should be on the shelf of every Veterinarian's dispensary. 

Put up in one-pound packages with blank label for directions and doctor's name. 
Your special label supplied without additional charge on orders of one-half gross or 
more. 

Per dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 5.00 



We solicit your patronage on the basis of merit as well as 
price, and appreciate your orders. 

The policy of this house — the customer must be satisfied. 



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KAODINE 

(Iodized Dressing Powder) 




An antiseptic dusting powder that is analgesic as well as astringent. 

KAODINE is a sterile absorptive, antiseptic and disinfectant powder. The iodine 
in this powder being pulverized, is more absorptive; this, together with the absorptive 
properties of kaolin, makes Kaodine an ideal dry dressing. 

Another advantage of KAODINE is that it liberates free iodine when it comes 
in contact with moist surfaces. Consequently, when applied in the manner that 
dusting powders are usually applied, considerable time is required for liberation of 
all iodine; and as a result, the antiseptic action is continued after the powder comes 
in contact with the tissues. The result is disinfection without destruction of tissue. 

This combination constitutes a powder that is particularly indicated in cases 
where there is a tendency on the part of the animal to gnaw, or rub wounds, such 
as often is seen in mules. Also may be used in removing bacteria from the nose 
and throat. 

As compared with other antiseptic dressing powders, KAODINE is remarkably 
efficacious, and at the same time practically non-poisonous, yet analgesic — unusual 
and very desirable qualities. Its best effects may be noticed readily when applied 
to badly infected wounds where dusting powders fail to inhibit germ activity. 

Contained in specially constructed two-ounce glass jars fitted with perforated 
aluminum screw top. A special dispensing label is supplied with each jar. 

PRICE. 

Per one dozen glass jars, with sifting top $3.00 

In less than dozen lots, each 35 



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LAXOLEUM 

(Rubrum) 




An efficient, non-toxic, in- 
testinal lubricant and evacu- 
ant. 

Produces evacuation without un- 
due peristalsis, stimulation or ex- 
cessive diarrhoea, and can, there- 
fore, be given continuously over a 
long period of time without im- 
pairing the vitality of the animal. 

Is ideal for use to relieve intes- 
tinal irritation both before and 
after 1 major surgical operations. 



It has a soothing, lubricating effect on the mucous membrane of the bowel, relaxing 
the parts, protecting inflamed surfaces and restoring normal peristalsis. 

Because it is incapable of oxidation it is not acted upon by the gastric and in- 
testinal juices. Therefore, its superiority over fixed vegetable oils is apparent because 
its composition is unchanged and its effect is the same through- 
out the entire alimentary tract. Conditions varying from ordi- 
nary constipation to impaction respond to its action. 

It is easy to give, having a bland, pleasant odor and taste. 

It does not stain the hands or clothing. 

The most successful practitioners make use of oft-repeated 
doses of Laxoleum in the treatment of impaction. This mode of 
treatment has supplanted the unsuccessful methods wherein 
large and repeated doses of purgatives were employed. By using 
a sufficient quantity of Laxoleum and allowing it to properly 
lubricate the intestinal tract and its contents, many otherwise 
fatal cases of obstipation and impaction are saved. 

As a final consideration, there is this fact, that in using 
Laxoleum Rubrum you are using a preparation with which the 
laity is unfamiliar and therefore, its use and administration 
means an enlarged practice for the veterinarian. 

Horse, 16 ounces; Cattle, 24 ounces; Dog, 1 tablespoonful. 



PRICE. 

In gallon bottles, each $1.00 

In 5-gallon can, each 450 




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LINIMENTUM ALBA 



A non-vesicating rube- 
facient and resorbent. 

Indicated in pharyngitis, 
laryngitis, tendinitis, arthri- 
tis, pneumonia, sprains, 
bruises, enlarged tendons, etc. 

CONTENTS 

Ammonium Carbonate 
Camphor 
Oil of Thyme 
Volatile Oils 
Saponaceous Base 



Linimentum Alba is a prepara- 
tion, possessing marked penetrat- 
ing and stimulating powers. It 
is absolutely non-greasy and posi- 
tively will not vesicate. 




After prolonged inflammatory conditions of soft or glandular tissues there is left 
a marked hypertrophy of the tissues which will in most instances, gradually disappear 
with the regular application of Linimentum Alba. 

It is superior in every respect to the mustard draft, being decidedly rubefacient 
and revulsive. In acute congestions of the lungs and in the first stages of pleuritis 
it may be used with entire satisfaction, because of the good results derived and the 
convenience with which it is applied. 

In the practice of veterinary medicine there is frequent demand for a liniment ca- 
pable of stimulating the absorption of the products of inflammation. 

As a counter-irritant in pharyngitis, laryngitis, pleurisy, tendinitis, 
arthritis, pneumonia and sprains, it is unexcelled. Therefore it is one of 
the most used preparations in general practice. In the spring months 
especially, many veterinarians consider Linimentum Alba as essen- 
tial as the emergency bag because of the very frequent necessity for 
this particular product. 

PRICE 

Per 1-pt. Bottle $ .40 

Per 1-gal. Bottle 2.00 

Per 1 Dozen 8-oz. Bottles 2.50 

Per Vz Gross 8-oz. Bottles, w/sp label 13.00 

Per 1 Gross 8-oz. Bottles, w/sp label 25.00 




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AMVETSCO LIQUID LICE KILLER 




An instantaneous vermin destroyer. 

For lice, mites, fleas and all vermin. 

Our lice killer is a liquid preparation which contains no poisonous or explosive 
chemicals. It may be applied by anyone with an ordinary paint brush or sprayer. 
It does not need to come in actual contact with the subject, for the fumes will con- 
tact the skin and instantly destroy all vermin. 

For hen lice and mites paint the drop boards and roost poles. Also paint or spray 
the floors. This will keep lice out of the poultry house. 

For setting hens paint the bottom of box before making nest, or spray a small 
quantity of the liquid over the nest. 

For hogs, sprinkle their sleeping places and rubbing post with lice killer. 

For dogs, horses and cattle' dampen slightly (but do not make it wet) a large 
blanket with lice killer and place on animal for a few hours. 

Our lice killer is also valuable to protect fruit trees from crawling insects by 
painting the trunk of the trees. 

PRICE 

In 1-gallon cans, each $1.00 

In half-gallon cans, each 65 

In quart cans, each 45 

Ei£ See Page 56 for illustration of sprayer. 



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AMVETSCO LIQUID 
SOAP. 

The Perfect Liquid Soap. 

An efficient liquid soap car- 
ried in the medicine case or 
kept in the hospital in a suit- 
able container is vastly su- 
perior to ordinary soaps, both 
as to sanitation and conveni- 
ence. Our liquid soap is de- 
signed primarily for physi- 
cians and surgeons and is a 
powerful cleanser, mixing at 
once with warm or cold 
water. 




This soap is rapidly taking the place of cake soap in all veterinary hospitals and 
also in private homes because of its being more hygienic. In using liquid soap you get 
a fresh portion of soap each time, and it is not contaminated as is the case with cake 
soap, which may have its surface covered with dirt and germs of the most malignant 
character. We are desirous of having you contrast this soap with others by trial on 
the hands, as we know a more copious amount of creamy lather is produced with this 
soap than with any other. 

Directions for Use: The surface to be cleansed must first be wet before applying 
the soap. Then apply Amvetsco liquid soap and make a good stiff lather by rubbing 
briskly. 

Convenient sprinkler top container supplied with gallon orders without extra 
charge. 



Per gallon $ 2.00 

Per five gallons 9.50 

Per pound 35 



This book is given to you in order that you may be able to 
select your requirements at your leisure, and we invite compari- 
son of values. Remember, too, it will be found a quick and ready 
reference for your emergency needs. 



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LIQUOR CRESOLIS COMPOSITUS 



u. s. P. 




A disinfectant, antisep- 
tic, deodorant and germi- 
cide. 

For sterilizing instruments, 
disinfecting and cleansing the 
skin, the preparation of anti- 
septic washes, disinfecting 
excreta, barns, premises, etc. 



When properly used it is non- 
corrosive to instruments, non-in- 
jurious to the skin and harmless 
to men and animals. 



The United States Bureau of Animal Industry recommends 
Liquor Cresolis Cbmpositus, U. S. P., as superior to carbolic 
acid or carbolic mixtures with lime, it being about one and one- 
half times more efficient as a disinfectant. It is valuable in 
disinfecting and deodorizing stables, henneries, kennels, cattle 
cars, pens, chutes, etc. Liquor Cresolis Compositus is more effi- 
cient than carbolic acid as a disinfectant, purifying antiseptic 
and insecticide. It prevents bacterial growth and the spread of 
infectious diseases. Used in solutions from one to three per cent. 

As a general antiseptic and deodorant for stables, henneries, 
kennels, cattle cars, etc., use four tablespoonfuls to one gallon, 
or about four pints to one barrel of water. 

As a disinfectant (germicide) use eight tablespoonfuls to 
the gallon of water. Freely spray or sprinkle the solution or 
apply with cloth or scrubbing brush. 

As an antiseptic wash for wounds, add one-half to one 
tablespoonful to two pints of water for human use. For veter- 
inary use, add three tablespoonfuls to a gallon of water. 

For sterilizing instruments, use two fluid ounces to one- 
half gallon of water. 

PRICE. 

1 gallon bottles, each $ 2.50 

5 gallon cans, each 10.50 

Pint bottles, each 45 




LIQUOR CRESOLIS 
COMPOSITUS < 




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AMVETSCO LOUSE POWDER 




Safe, efficient, prompt and universally satisfactory for the destruction 
of lice. 

For use in ridding horses, cattle, dogs, cats and poultry of lice without 
clipping or dipping. 

CONTENTS. 

Sulphur Napthalene 

Pyrethrum Oil Cedar 

Tobacco Calcium Precipitated 



A dark brown powder, which has a persistent but not unpleasant odor. Being ap- 
plied in the dry form it contacts the whole surface of the animal without danger of 
absorption, irritation or poisoning likely to occur from liquid preparations. In addition, 
there is less opportunity for bad effects from exposure in cold or stormy weather. 

The efficiency of both tobacco and pyrethrum in the destruction of parasites is 
well known. It must be remembered, however, that neither can be applied to the cat or 
dog in greater quantities than permissible in oral medication without danger of poison- 
ing. 

Amvetsco Louse Powder is packed in sprinkler top cans for convenient admin- 
istration. Blanketing the patient for one-half hour after treatment insures more ef- 
fective results. Supplied in cartons of 1 dozen 6-oz. cans in bulk. 



PRICE 

Per Dozen 6-oz. Cans $ 2.00 

Per 3 Dozen 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 6.00 

Per V2 Gross 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 11.00 

Per 1 Gross 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 20.00 

Per 5-lb. Carton 1.75 

Per 20 5-lb. Cartons 25.00 



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MASTOINTMENT 




An antiseptic ointment that is remedial 
without causing irritation of the skin. 



CONTENTS. 



Poke Root 
Salicylic Acid 
Methyl Salicylate 



Camphor 
Phenol 
Special Base 



The chief value of Mastointment lies in its combined analgesic and antiseptic 
action. Next to supporting the udder with a suspensorium in mastitis of cows, the 
local application of an antiseptic agent that will allay pain and prevent the peripheral 
portions of the udder from becoming unduly tense and hot, is most important. 

The best form for a local application for the udder is as an ointment; but most 
ointments, when applied locally, in acute mastitis, rather cause increase of local heat 
and tend to promote sloughing. Mastointment, on the other hand, is a cooling agent 
which will not close the pores of the skin. It may be employed with or without a 
covering bandage. 

In the acute painful stages of mastitis of cows, after bathing the udder for twenty 
or thirty minutes with hot water, Mastointment is applied by gentle and careful mas- 
sage. The entire udder is then best enveloped with absorbent cotton and this held 
in position by means of a triangular bandage, which is to be tied around the flanks 
of the subject. The apex of the triangular bandage is brought backward between 
the legs, upward, and then tied to the other parts which encircle the flank and are 
knotted over the loins. 

Daily dressings, employing a generous quantity of Mastointment, are preferable 
to frequent interference if the supportive bandage is kept adjusted to insure comfort 
for the patient. The suspensory bandage may be adjusted carefully each time milk 
is drawn. The frequency of this part of the treatment depends upon the nature of the 
affection. 

The internal administration of from one-half to one ounce of formalin, daily, in 
capsule or suitably diluted with oil, during the acute stage of the disease, is recom- 
mended. Our Bovine Purgative Compound, likewise, is indicated in most cases. 

Put up in one pound cans. 

PRICE 



Per can 



.$1.25 



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OINTMENT CONJUNCTIVITIS 



OINTMENT CONJUNCTIVITIS 




Antiseptic, decongestive and sedative. For congested lids, 
conjuctivitis, ophthalmia and in all conditions where inflamma- 
tion of the eye exists. 



Adrenalin 

Lanolin 

Petrolatum. 



CONTENTS 

Yellow Oxide of Mercury 
Ointment of Boroglyceride 



Ointment Conjunctivitis is the product of a nice combination of medicaments in a 
form that makes for easy application. Patients do not resist the introduction of Oint- 
ment Conjunctivitis between the lids when this is gently done because the ointment 
Is at once soothing. Subsequent handling of patients that suffer from painful ocular 
affections such as ophthalmia is therefore easy. 

Ointment Conjunctivitis constitutes a preparation which is particularly well 
adapted for veterinary practice. The fatty vehicle which incorporates the active ingre- 
dients is of such consistency that a long continued effect is produced following a single 
application of the ointment. One single daily application of Ointment Conjunctivitis 
is sufficient in most cases. 

Employ Ointment Conjunctivitis by depositing a small amount of the ointment 
under the eyelids, near the outer canthus and cleanse the exterior of eyelids by gently 
wiping with cotton. If a purulent discharge exists cleanse the palpebral margins with 
a 1-500 solution of Antiseptine before using the ointment. 

This preparation is perhaps the best agent that can be used in the treatment of 
contagious ophthalmia of cattle ("pink eye"). In such cases, after the first few 
days, treatment need be given only every second day. 

Supplied in long-nozzled collapsible tubes and one-fourth-ounce jars. 

PRICE 

Per dozen tubes $1.50 

Per dozen }4-oxmce jars ... 1.50 



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PHENOCAMPH DRESSING POWDER 




An astringent, antisep- 
tic, sedative and deodor- 
ant. 

Useful in the treatment of 
all kinds of injuries, slow 
healing wounds and abrasions, 
ulcers and skin affections. It 
will not form irritating es- 
chars which interfere with 
tissue regeneration. It favors 
active proliferation of the 
epithelium, resulting in the 
least possible scar when the 
wound is healed. 

CONTENTS 

Camphor 3% Phenol 3% 

Alum Exsiccated Boric acid 



There is probably more Phenocamph being used today than any other dry dressing 
on the market, and there is a reason: 

Phenocamph is a non-caustic astringent, preventing superfluous granulation; a 
mild oxidizing agent, stimulating cell proliferations; a non-destructive disinfectant and 
deodorant; an agent possessing local anesthetic properties, it will allay itching of 
wounds, thus avoiding the tendency of animals to rub or irritate the wounded parts. 

The protective action that Phenocamph possesses, when frequently applied to 
a wound, is undervalued by many. Phenocamph Dressing Powder, when applied co- 
piously and frequently to wounds not readily protected otherwise, promotes healing 
promptly and satisfactorily. In such cases exuberant granulation is prevented and be- 
cause surfaces are kept covered with the powder, contamination does not occur, the parts 
do not itch, patients do not molest the wounds, and the outcome is uniformly good. 

Open joints may even be treated as open wounds in this way and if contamination 
is thus prevented, bandaging is unnecessary. This is also particularly convenient in 
handling wounds of the hock, where synovial sheaths are invaded, or even in traumatic 
invasions of the joint capsule. 

Phenocamph is supplied with blank label for directions and doctor's name in con- 
venient sifting top containers — in such form that when dispensed it is so convenient as 
to insure its use when left with the client. In gross or half-gross lots we will furnish 
the powder with your special label. Either white, pink or gray. 



PRICE 

Per Dozen 6-oz. Cans $ 1.50 

Per 3 Dozen 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 4.50 

Per % Gross 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 8.50 

Per Gross 6-oz. Cans, w/sp label 16.50 



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PHENOGAMPHOL 



Composed of Phenol, 

Camphor, Menthol, 

Thymol Iodide and 

Eucalyptus. 



An unusually effective antiseptic, astringent, that is anal- 
gesic and mildly stimulating when applied to wounds, ulcers, 
and abrasions. In skin affections it protects the surface from 
the air, prevents access of germs, promotes healthy cell action 
and favors healing processes. Very valuable for application to 
inflamed mucous membranes such as occurs in vaginitis, cystitis, 
proctitis and rhinitis. 

Following castration many veterinarians employ this prepa- 
ration for the purpose of allaying pain and protecting the ex- 
posed surfaces. Where it is so used it will prevent too early 
adhesion and union of scrotal wound margins and possible resultant imprisonment 
of infected wound secretions. This insures freedom from scrotal fistula and even 
scirrhous cord. 




The therapeutic properties of the individual constituents of this preparation are 
so well known to the practicing veterinarian as to need no accentuation, but we be- 
lieve that careful study of the combination will make manifest its superiority and 
wide range of usefulness as an antiseptic and protective dressing. 

DIRECTIONS: Thoroughly cleanse the affected surface, apply gauze soaked with 
Phenocamphol and then bandage. Renew the dressing every day or two as occasion 
requires. 

Per gallon $5.00 

Per pint .75 



Our growth from 1911 to the present time is the result of 
our policy — Quality, Service and Price. 



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PHENOL SULPHONATE TABLETS 




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Anti-ferment, anti-diarrheal, intestinal antiseptic. 

For digestive disorders associated with fermentations, sour enactions, 
flatulence, scours of calves, watery diarrhea of colts and dogs, subacute 
and chronic indigestion of horses. A prophylactic in hog and fowl cholera. 

CONTENTS 

Sodium phenol sulphonate Potassium phenol sulphonate 
Zinc phenol sulphonate Copper phenol sulphonate. 

This combination is a scientific, properly proportioned compound indicated in all 
fermentative and septic conditions of the alimentary canal. In intestinal disorders 
where there is any tendency toward intestinal putrefaction, this tablet can be depended 
upon to prevent auto-intoxication. 

It is of great value in scours of calves, in watery diarrhea, subacute and chronic 
indigestion of horses where the normal intestinal secretions are checked, and where 
putrefaction occurs. It is an excellent prophylactic in hog cholera and chicken cholera. 

Phenol Sulphonate Compound may be administered orally in tablet form or may be 
crushed and given in water or crushed on feed. The best results are obtained by giving 
the maximum dose for the first twenty-four to forty-eight hours. Thereafter the mini- 
mum dose may be given. 

For horses— Two to four tablets every two to four hours. 

For cattle and colts — One tablet every two to four hours. 

For dogs — One-twelfth to one-half tablet every two to four hours. 

For hogs — Crush two tablets for each 100-pound hog. Increase or diminish the 
dose according to size. 

For chickens — Crush six tablets and mix with one quart of hot bran mash. This 
amount is sufficient for forty chickens. 

Put up in cartons containing 100 30-grain compressed tablets. 

PRICE 

Carton of 100 tablets $0.95 

Carton of 500 tablets 4.50 

Carton of 1000 tablets 8.50 



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REEK'S CAPSULES 

(Modified) 




A valuable colic remedy. 

Indicated in the treatment 
of gastric indigestion and colic 
in horses, where there is little 
or no inflammation and a pow- 
erfully stimulative treatment 
is needed. 

CONTENTS 

Powdered Ginger 

Ammonium Carbonate 
Nux Vomica. 
Capsicum 

Oil of Cajeput 



The original Reek's Capsules composed of ammonium carbonate and powdered nux 
vomica have long been favorite with many practitioners for the treatment of gastric 
indigestion of horses, particularly where fermentation did not exist. 

The addition of powdered ginger and capsicum, and oil of cajeput, lias proved a 
marked improvement in the formula and is in accordance with recommendations of Dr. 
F. F. Brown, who has employed this improved capsule extensively with marked success. 

Indications for the use of Reek's Capsules (modified) are cases of gastric indi- 
gestion of the horse not attended with fermentation. These capsules are especially in- 
dicated in instances where marked depression of subjects exists as, for example, cases 
of indigestion where considerable absorption of gas has occurred and resulted in heart 
depression. 

They are of great benefit also, in such cases where subjects are almost pulseless, 
the extremities cold and general depression is evinced. These capsules are likewise 
beneficial in cases of depression from over-work or heat-exhaustion. 

One or two capsules may be given at a dose and this repeated as conditions may re- 
quire. Every capsule contains approximately one dram of powdered nux vomica and 
this largely determines the number of capsules that may be administered in any given 
case. Due consideration must likewise be given to the strychnine content of these cap- 
sules when strychnine is simultaneously administered. 



PRICE 

In boxes of 12 capsules. — - $ 1.00 

Per dozen boxes (144 capsules) - - 10.00 



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RUMEN COMPOUND TABLETS 

(Formula Dr. F. L. Carr) 




That time tried standard remedy for atony of the rumen. The 
one remedy that veterinarians who have used it would never be 
without. 

CONTENTS. 

Barium Chloride, 15 gr. 
Tartar Emetic, 15 gr. 

Indicated in all cases of atony of the rumen in cattle to pro- 
mote normal function of this organ. 

Why use oils and saline cathartics when they cannot produce 
the desired effect? Oils and saline cathartics do not stimulate 
muscular activity of the rumen. 



Our Rumen Compound Tablets stimulate muscular tone and marked activity of the 
rumen in many cases in from fifteen to thirty minutes after administration per orum. 

In cases of impaction of the rumen and the usual attendant complications better 
results are to be expected when the Rumen Compound Tablets are administered early — 
early enough so that the barium chloride and tartar emetic may produce their peculiar 
stimulative effect upon the muscular walls of the rumen. 

Dose: One tablet every six to nine hours. 

PRICE. 

Per bottle of 100 tablets $0.75 



RUMEN COMPOUND TABLETS. 
(Improved) 

CONTENTS. 

Barium Chloride 15 gr. 

Tartar Emetic 15 gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate % gr. 

Dose: One tablet. Repeat as may be necessary every six to 
nine hours. 

PRICE. 

Per bottle of 100 tablets $1.00 







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SODIUM CACODYLATE 

(Sodium Dimethylarsenate) 




Undoubtedly one of the most generally useful and effective of 

the arsenic compounds. 

Indicated wherever Fowler's Solution or other arsenic compounds are 
indicated — particularly in debilitated conditions following influenza and 
in chronic debilitated conditions. 

Sodium Cacodylate is a salt of cacodylic acid — an organic preparation of arsenic. 
This salt, one of the newer preparations, is capable of producing all of the good effects 
that large near-fatal doses of arsenic produce, but without danger to the subject, 
being virtually non-toxic. 

It is one of the most popular and reliable agents for the treatment of influenza, 
strangles, pyemic disorders, rheumatism, anaemia and many chronic skin diseases. 
It has all the indications of arsenic. 

Sodium Cacodylate probably exerts its greatly beneficial effects because of its 
being slowly diffused. In this way, organic arsenic is released in the tissues for a con- 
siderable period of time after having been administered. Traces of arsenic may be 
found in the tissues after three weeks. 

Excellent results follow the use of Sodium Cacodylate in animals that are debili- 
tated from influenza and its complications. In suchi cases, weekly injections of Sodium 
Cacodylate stimulate prompt and complete resolution in a most gratifying manner. 

Sodium Cacodylate is best given by gradually increasing dosage. The average 
dose for a twelve-hundred-pound horse is forty-five grains. It may be given intra- 
venously or subcutaneously, but intramuscular injections are ordinarily preferable. It 
is seldom necessary to repeat it oftener than once in seven days. 

It is put up as a sterile solution in ampoules ready for intramuscular or intra- 
venous use. 

PRICE 
Per box of six ampoules each: 

2 Mils (15 grains) - $1.25 

4 Mils (20 grains) 1.80 

10 Mils (45 grains) 2.75 



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SOLUBLE ELASTIC PURGATIVE CAPSULES 



S. E. PURGATIVE 
CAPSULES 



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A soft elastic capsule for ordinary use as a purgative. 
May be given to colts and in cases where a large, drastic purgative is 
undesirable, for the treatment of certain respiratory diseases of horses. 



CONTENTS 

Ginger Calomel 

Aloin 



Soft elastic capsules are less likely to become broken in the emergency bag or 
while they are being administered than are the ordinary gelatin capsules and for this 
reason are preferred by many practitioners. 

They may be administered in the same manner as the ordinary gelatin capsules; 
placing them on the back of the horse's tongue and allowing him to take them as he 
would a powder has also proved a practical method of administration. 

The combination of aloin, calomel and ginger in the manner and proportions con- 
tained in these capsules makes a very effective purgative preparation for horses and 
one that will cause no bad effects. 

These capsules are of great value in treating pneumonia and certain other respir- 
atory diseases of horses. In such cases, one capsule given every second day will 
stimulate peristalsis in a manner to counteract the coprostatic effect of the malady. 
In this way bowel evacuation may be kept near-normal, without danger of superpurga- 
tion and a great source of auto-intoxication is thus eliminated. 

One capsule is a laxative dose for the average horse of 1,200 pounds and two 
capsules constitutes a purgative. In colts weighing about 600 pounds one capsule is 
purgative. The combination is suitable for a laxative for mares in advanced pregnancy 
One capsule for such animals is the dose. 

PRICE 

Per dozen _.._ $ .95 

Per gross _ _ _ _ 9,50 



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A. V. S. CO. STOCK DIP NO. 1 




A deodorizer, disinfectant, germicide, antiseptic and insecticide. A 
safe and efficient parasiticide. 

For mange, scab, lice, ticks on sheep, fleas, henj lice, a preventive for 
hog cholera, galls, sores and wounds, and a disinfectant for stables, out- 
houses, pens, etc. 

It would be possible to compound a preparation, the action of which would 
be more actively parasiticide, but this would result in the production of a dangerously 
poisonous "dip." Wherever an active dip or disinfectant is required, A. V. S. Co. Dip 
No. 1 will prove entirely satisfactory. 

A. V. S. Co. Dip No. 1 is at once a deodorizer, disinfectant, germicide, antiseptic 
from creosote oil and cresylic acid as a base, and so assembled that it will saponify in 
water, forming a perfect milk white emulsion. It is free from naphthalene crystals, 
always runs uniformly and the emulsion formed is free from oil float or sediment. 

It is more powerful than carbolic acid, but at the same time is absolutely harmless 
to handle and use. Its effect on animal tissue is soothing and healing, but its effect 
on insects and parasites is deadly. 

For use as a dip for cattle, horses, sheep or swine, dilute one part A. V. S. Co. Dip 
No.'l with 75 parts water. For dogs or poultry, dilute one part of A. V. S. Co. Dip 
No. 1 with 100 parts of water. 

Officially approved at dilution of 1-76. 
Carbolic coefficiency, 3-5. 

PRICE 

Per gallon : $ 1.25 

Per five gallons 6.00 

Per ten gallons : - 11.50 

Write for barrel prices. 



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R 1402— TONIC POWDER 

(Equine) 







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A stomachic, an appetizer, a digestive tonic, and a hematinic. 
For use in general debility, unthriftiness, anemia and all conditions 
where a general tonic is indicated. 



CONTENTS 



Gentian 
Nux Vomica 
Licorice 



Magnesium Sulphate 
Sodium Bicarbonate 
Iron Sulphate 



Tonic powder combines the good effects of gentian and nux vomica as stomachics 
and digestive stimulants, with the hematinic action of iron. Licorice, sodium bicar- 
bonate ana magnesium sulphate are adjuvant and corrective, exerting their effects 
in an agreeable manner. 

This tonic powder is one of the most popular of our products and is praised with- 
out stint by its users, fy 1402 is exceedingly useful as a nutritive tissue builder, and 
in cases where the red corpuscles of the blood are deficient; it is a valuable recon- 
structive tonic in general run-down conditions. In convalescence and malnutrition, it 
increases the appetite and aids digestion. 

It is marketed in one-pound cartons with blank label for directions and the doc- 
tor's name. When the label bears the veterinarian's own name, telephone number and 
address, the package takes on an additional point of usefulness, and you get the benefit 
of all refills. The cost to you is only 30c per pound can. 

PRICE 

Per 1 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons $ 3.50 

Per 3 Dozen 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 10.00 

Per Vz Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 18.00 

Per 1 Gross 1-lb. Cartons, w/sp label 35.00 



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UNGUENTUM VESICANS. 



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A powerful vesicating and resolvent ointment. Gives unexcelled re- 
sults when a vesicating unguent of more than surface action is desired. 



Indications are all cases of exostosis, such as splints, spavin, ringbone, 



etc. 



CONTENTS 



Cantharides 

Red Mercuric Iodide 



Gum Euphorbium 
Suitable Base 



In this preparation, the veterinarian has a curative agent of almost unlimited use. 
Conditions varying from those which indicate a mild counter-irritant to those de- 
manding a penetrating and powerful blistering agent are all within the scope of its 
usefulness. It is a positive resolvent and pustulant. Unguentum Vesicans reduces 
soft swellings and arrests chronic inflammations; promotes absorption of inflam- 
matory deposits as in sprained tendons, enlarged bursae and enlarged joints. In fact, 
this ointment is indicated whenever the combined effect of a mercurial and vegetable 
blister is desired. 



PRICE 

In one-pound jars, each _ $1.75 

In one dozen one-ounce jars 2.00 

In one dozen one-ounce tubes — 2.25 



For Prices on Tablets, Fluid Extracts, Tinctures and Drugs 
See pages 387-393. 



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AMVETSCO UTERINE CAPSULES 

A very practical form in which medicaments may be employed to accomplish 
uterine disinfection is our uterine capsules. There are many instances where uterine 
irrigation is contraindicated, and some where the introduction of fluids is dangerous. 
For such cases we offer Uterine Capsules representing two different formulae which 
are indicated in treatment of abortion diseases, retained placenta, pyometra and 
various post-partum uterine disturbances. 

In offering these capsules, it is not recommended that they supplant everything 
else in the way of treatment necessary in puerperal affections wherein the uterus is at 
fault. 

AMVETSCO UTERINE CAPSULES NO. 1 




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Useful in cases of retained after-birth where there are adherent 
shreds and normal involution of the uterus has not occurred. 

A most welcome improvement upon manual removal, where shreds of placental 
membranes are so adherent to the cotyledons as to cause extensive lacerations in 
their removal, and for uterine irrigation which may need to be frequently repeated. 
The capsule is cleansing, antiseptic and soothing to the inflamed uterine mucosa. 



CONTENTS. 

Mercuric Chloride 1:3000, Hydrastis, Sodium Perborate and other valuable ingredients. 

The therapeutist will note that this formula constitutes a combination that is at 
once oxidizing and antiseptic. These capsules are of decided value in stimulating the 
expulsion of putrescent shreds of placental membranes, and are likewise efficacious in 
encouraging the early detachment of adherent membranes. 

PRICE. 

In boxes, 12 capsules $ 2.00 

Per dozen boxes, 144 capsules _ 20.00 



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AMVETSCO UTERINE CAPSULES NO. 2 

For the detachment of placental shreds, disinfection of the uterus, and alleviating 
various forms cf metritis. 

Indicated in the treatment of abortion disease (in conjunction with Anti-Abortion 
Bacterin, which see), pyometra, septic metritis, endometritis, and all conditions where 
there is a foul-smelling discharge from the uterus. 



CONTENTS. 

Thymol Iodide 

Aluminum Acetate 

Boric Acid 



The principal action is derived from the iodide liberated by contact with the uterine 
contents. Boric acid being mildly antiseptic, inhibits bacterial activity. The aluminum 
is likewise inimical to germ growth, and in addition, stimulates involution of the 
uterus with attendant expulsion of fluids, constriction of peripheral vessels and the 
return to the normal, non-gravid state. 

One or two capsules may be introduced at a time, and if necessary, this treatment 
may be repeated at twenty-four hour intervals for several days. If pyometra exists, 
pus must be removed, and the uterus irrigated with some suitable agent. A one per 
cent solution of Antiseptine is efficacious. The ovaries and Fallopian tubes, if involved, 
must be given due attention. Having determined that no focus of infection is situated 
in the uterine horns or tubes, and having siphoned out antiseptic solutions, two of 
our Uterine Capsules No. 2 should be introduced. In such cases, the capsules are in 
every way beneficial, as they promote disinfection of the interior of the uterus. A 
marked diminution in the quantity of pus will be noted following the initial treatment 
of cases so handled. 

In chronic cases of pyometra, the second treatment should be given in forty-eight 
hours, and subsequent attention at bi-weekly intervals is ordinarily sufficient in curable 
cases. 

In conjunction with local treatment, an injection of Polyvalent Bacterin given 
each time local treatment is administered is of decided benefit. When the uterine in- 
fection is relieved the animal should receive treatment for abortion disease (see Anti- 
Abortion Bacterin, page 87.) 



PRICE. 

In boxes of 12 capsules, per box....: - $ 2.25 

Per dozen boxes (144 capsules) — 22.50 



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AMVETSCO VERMIFUGE BOLUSES 




A reliable anthelmintic and intestinal parasiticide for horses. 

For worm infestation of colts and older horses, indigestion and mal- 
nutrition due to intestinal parasites and other conditions due to intestinal 
parasitism. 



Aloes 
Creosote 



CONTENTS 

Areca-rmt 
Nux Vomica 



Ginger 
Special Base 



This formula constitutes a dependable and effective anthelmintic for horses. It is 
vermifugal, vermicidal and purgative. Intestinal parasites not destroyed by contact 
with the vermicidal ingredients of this bolus are so affected by the vermifugal qualities 
that their expulsion is promptly accomplished by the purgative action of the aloes. 

Amvetsco Vermifuge Boluses are effective in all cases of intestinal parasitism of 
horses. The best results are obtained when the boluses are administered after with- 
holding feed for about twelve hours. Feed should be withheld also, for six or eight hours 
after administering one of the boluses, and the subject allowed forty-eight hours of 
rest. 

The usual dose is one bolus. Fractional portions of boluses may be given to 
young or small animals with the assurance that fractional parts of boluses contain 
proportional parts of its various ingredients; that is, one-half of one Amvetsco Vermi- 
fuge Bolus contains one-half the quantity of its several ingredients as indicated by 
the label. 

Where there is evidence of extensive infestation of intestinal parasitism, it is 
advisable to repeat the dose in ten days. In unusual cases, a third dose may be neces- 
sary, for thorough and complete elimination of all parasites. 



PRICE 

In boxes of 12 boluses, per box. $ 1.25 

Per dozen boxes (144 boluses) _ 12.50 



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A. V. S. CO. WOUND LOTION 

(Dr. A. Trickett's Formula) 



An ideal antiseptic, hy- 
groscopic, anodyne wound 
dressing. 

For sprains, bruises, surgi- 
cal and accidental wounds and 
in superficial inflammation. 




CONTENTS 



Glycerine 
Hamamelis 



Alcohol 
Cresylic acid 





A. V. 8. Co, S 

WOUND LOTION 




Mildly Btimuli'ttnj, Ar>tl..»Mti. 
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The cresylic , Acid contained is so combined as 
to exert a maximum amount of antisepsis with a 
minimum degree of toxicity. This preparation 
may be used with impunity in cases where ordi- 
nary cresylic - acid containing preparations are 
toxic. It is practically non-toxic. 

A. V. Si. Co. Wound Lotion is an excellent anti- 
septic dressing for local congestion and inflam- 
mation. Also useful in superficial inflam- 
mations, mastitis and orchitis. Especially valu- 
able in the treatment of wire cuts and all wounds 
of the metacarpal and metatarsal regions. Does 
not stimulate excessive granulation, but encour- 
ages prompt healing of wounds. 

In the treatment of mastitis and orchitis, a suspensorium should be employed to 
get best results. The wound lotion should be applied copiously to the surface of the 
organs treated, whether in mastitis or orchitis, and the parts gently and thoroughly 
massaged. A heavy layer of cotton is then applied so as to cover the udder or scrotum 
and this held in position by means of a suitable suspensorium. The local application and 
massage should be repeated twice daily. 

For strains, bruises and all sub-surface injuries and inflam- 
mations, apply by friction several times daily. 

In the treatment of wounds the tissues may be bathed in the 
lotion and the parts covered with cotton, which also may be sat- 
urated with A. V. S. Co. Wound Lotion. The cotton is held in posi- 
tion by means of bandages in the usual manner. In the treatment 
of scratches in horses this method of application gives the best 
possible results, even in cases of long standing where other methods 
of treatment have failed. 

We are prepared to supply these preparations to you in four, 
six or eight-ounce containers with your special label. Write for 
our special prices for label bearing your name, address and direc- 
tions. 

PRICE. 

Per gallon $7.00 

Per pint 1-00 




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Reserve 
Stock of 
Laboratory 

Glassware. 




One of Our 
Refrigerators 
for Storing 
Biologicals. 



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BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS. 

The use of biological products has progressed simultaneously with the knowledge 
of bacteriology. During the last two decades, the knowledge of bacteriology has so 
developed that the great economic value of biological products has been universally 
recognized, and today we find that they are the principal products in the hands of the 
practicing veterinarian for the prevention, control and diagnosis of the most destruc- 
tive infective diseases of domestic animals. 

Two general classes of biological products are available. First, those used in 
immunizing against infectious diseases, and second, those used in the diagnosis of dis- 
ease. Of the first group, there are bacterins, vaccines, aggressins, and serums, in ordi- 
nary use. In the second group, we find such agents as tuberculin and mallein gen- 
erally employed. ' BACTERINS 

Bacterins are prepared by killing pure cultures of the bacteria in question. Two 
general methods have been resorted to in the preparation of these products. The 
German method consists of growing bacteria on solid media, washing the cultures off 
with normal salt solution, and then killing them. The other method consists of grow- 
ing the organisms in liquid media and is usually known as the English or Wright 
method; this is undoubtedly superior to all other methods, in that all the products 
of the bacteria, as well as their disintegrated bodies are retained in the preparation. 

The essential principle of bacterins consists of a chemical substance known as an 
endoxotin, which is an integral part of bacteria. 

Bacterins cannot be prepared from any bacteria other than those in which the 
quantity of endotoxins is relatively large; thus, it is not possible to prepare a bacterin 
of value from the B. necrophorous, B. anthracis, B. tetanus, and others. 

When endotoxins are introduced into a susceptible animal, they stimulate the tissues 
of that animal to produce a product (opsonin) that stimulates the leucocytes to 
greater action. Immunization with a bacterin, therefore, produces an opsonic immunity. 
Although an opsonic immunity is an active immunity, it is of relatively short dura- 
tion, probably not lasting longer than three months under ordinary circumstances. In 
the pages following, there will be mentioned various infectious diseases that may be 
controlled by the use of bacterins. vAPP imfc 

Vaccines are attenuated or weakened viruses, and are prepared by subjecting the 
causative agent of disease to some unfavorable surrounding that will diminish the 
vitality of the exposed microbe. When a vaccine is introduced into a susceptible animal, 
the living attenuated microbes stimulate the tissues of the body to produce an anti- 
body which may be a bactericidal substance or some other product. Vaccine thus 
produces an active immunity, usually of a relatively long duration. Unfortunately, 
there are few micro-organisms that can be attenuated and used as a vaccine. Anthrax 
and smallpox are probably the most typical examples of diseases controlled by the 
use of vaccines. SERUMS. 

Serums include a variety of preparations obtained by subjecting an animal body 
to a process of hyperimmunization. They are especially of value as curative agents. 
When introduced into non-infected susceptible animals, they produce a passive immun- 
ity of short duration. Tetanus, hog cholera and anthrax are typical diseases controlled 
by serums. AGGRESSINS. 

Aggressin is the name of a biological product obtained from the affected tissues 
of animals dead of blackleg. This diseased tissue is removed from the carcass, chilled, 
and the juice abstracted, filtered, refiltered to remove organisms, and a preservative 
is added. The filtrate is tested for sterility and potency to determine its harmlessness 
and its efficacy in producing immunity against blackleg. Just what aggressin is, has 
not been determined; but by experiment, it has been found that it produces a perma- 
nent immunity against blackleg when injected into a susceptible animal and, thus far, 
has been successfully used in the prevention of blackleg in cattle. 

FILTRATES, 

Filtrate is a term employed to designate a product that is apparently identical 
with aggressin, except that it is produced in pure culture — not in the animal body. 

It is produced by cultivating blackleg germs in a special medium until the liquid 
becomes thoroughly charged with the product of the germs and of the meat contained 
in the medium upon which the blackleg germs have acted. The product is then con- 
centrated, suitably preserved, and filtered. It is then standardized and tested for 
potency and for purity. Both aggression and filtrate are free from the germs of 
blackleg and therefore cannot cause the disease in any form. 



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TWO 



GENERAL METHODS 

are employed in the production of 

BACTERINS: 

ONE, the Wright method, necessitates the use of 
liquid culture media wherein much time is required 
for the production of bacterin — several weeks in 
some instances. But, when the bacterin is injected 
into the tissues, the greater amount of endotoxins 
which are immediately liberated, produces a more 
decided effect than may result from the administra- 
tion of bacterin that is otherwise produced. 
TWO, the German method, requires less outlay and 
care. Cultures are grown in solid media only for a 
brief period — some less than twenty-four hours, 
consequently the results when this bacterin is in- 
jected are not so uniform and fare in many cases 
unsatisfactory. 
KINSLEY BACTERINS are produced by the Wright method, 
thereby requiring smaller dosage. We are the sole distributors 
of these pioneer products and we recommend them to you as 
the BACTERINS WITH A REPUTATION. 




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ABORTION DISEASE. 

A BRIEF SUMMARY. 

The great losses that are occasioned by abortion disease are recognized and appre- 
ciated by all who take an active interest in any aspect of the breeding industry. The 
greatest losses from this source occur in cattle. 

The affection is characterized by abortion, metritis in some form, retained placental 
membranes, mastitis, and sterility of the diseased cow. Calves frequently become 
affected with white scour and pneumonia when put to nurse cows infected with abor- 
tion disease or fed milk from diseased cows 

Manifestations of abortion disease depend upon the virulence of the infecting 
agents and the resistance of the affected animal. Abortion necessarily results when 
the connection between the placental membranes and the uterine mucosa becomes 
seriously disturbed. 

Bacterial activity, if of great consequence in abortion disease, stimulates an in- 
flammatory exudate, which, if considerable, causes the placental membranes to become 
detached from the uterus. If no great amount of exudate is formed and if other 
pathologic changes do not seriously interfere with circulation between mother and 
fetus, abortion may not occur. But in such instances, metritis, retained placental 
membranes, and mastitis are possible complications. 

White scour in calves is a common condition resulting from activities of the 
Bacillus abortus of Bang when ingested by the calf or when found to be present in 
its digestive organs at birth. 

Consequently, when the practitioner meets with cases of abortion, retained pla- 
cental membranes, metritis or mastitis in cows, and white scour in calves, he should 
suspect that he is dealing with a herd infected with abortion disease and be guided 
accordingly. 

Just what to do then, depends somewhat upon circumstances, but beneficial results 
will succeed the proper employment of bacterins. 

The fact that cows ultimately attain immunity to abortion disease, is well estab- 
lished. Likewise, it is an established fact that injection of killed cultures of the organ- 
ism causing abortion disease markedly hastens immunity. 

It has also been demonstrated, conclusively, that by the use of large doses of the 
killed cultures of the abortion bacillus a resistance to the disease is produced. Hence, 
the importance of treating young animals in herds infected with abortion disease. 

Herds that have been thus treated are found, in the following seasons, to be rela- 
tively free from abortion, metritis, retained placental membranes, mastitis and white 
scour. Upon these recorded observations are based the conclusions made regarding the 
value of the use of our bacterin in contagious abortion of cattle. 

Literature dealing more extensively with abortion disease will be mailed upon 
request. 



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ANTI-ABORTION BACTERIN. 

(Bovine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of contagious abortion of cattle. 

PRICES FOR THREE-DOSE TREATMENTS. 

Code Word. 

Abel — One treatment, ampoule $1.00 

Adam — Two treatments, vials 1.50 

Af te — Four treatments, vials 3.00 

Agat — Ten treatments, vials 7.50 

BACTERIAL CONTENT OF THREE-DOSE TREATMENT. 

Dose No. 1 contains 100 billion killed B. abortus. 
Dose No. 2 contains 150 billion killed B. abortus. 
Dose No. 3 contains 200 billion killed B. abortus. 



PRICES FOR SIX-DOSE TREATMENT. 

Code Word 

Aiko — One treatment, ampoules $1.00 

Arty — Five treatments, vials 3.75 

Alms — Ten treatments, vials 7.50 

Arno — Twenty-five treatments, vials 18.75 

Many consider the six-dose treatments preferable to the three, believing the 
greater number of injections is more apt to produce good results. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from cultures of different strains of the Bacillus abortus (Bang) obtained 
from animals affected with abortion disease. 

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ANTI ABORTION BACTERIN. 

(Continued from Page 87) 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For several years anti-abortion bacterin has been employed in the treatment of 
abortion disease, and results have been highly satisfactory. In fact, where our bacterin 
has been used according to directions, the number of animals aborting has been reduced 
to less than five per cent of the pregnant animals in the herd. 

In making injections of bacterin it is best to select the point of introduction with 
special reference to the blood supply, as the rapidity of absorption depends upon the 
amount of blood present in any given part. Animals should be treated before breed- 
ing, or as soon thereafter as possible (within one to five months). The treatment 
is not of great value after pathological changes have taken place in the placental 
membrane and uterus. However, animals treated during advanced pregnancy seldom 
retain placental membranes; and they are not likely to become sterile even though 
abortion occurs. It is also observed that such animals are immune to abortion during 
subsequent periods of pregnancy. 

The three-dose treatment should be given at ten-day intervals and the six-dose 
treatment at seven-day intervals. 

HANDLING AFFECTED ANIMALS. 

Wherever the disease exists it is essential to employ rational prophylactic meas- 
ures to check preventable spread of the disease. Litter from contaminated stables 
should be burned and stalls disinfected. Carcasses of fetuses, and membranes should, 
of course, be burned or buried with quicklime. Cows that have aborted should be 
isolated, retained secundines removed and the genitalia should be carefully irrigated 
with a warm solution of Antiseptine (1-200). Our Uterine Capsules No. 2, listed on 
page 79, serve well following uterine irrigation. 

Whenever it is possible to do so, repeated examinations of the uterus and horns 
of aborting cows should be made so as to recognize and control purulent inflamma- 
tions of these parts, during a period of a month or six weeks following abortion. 
Where abortion prevails, cows should be kept quarantined for three or four weeks, 
over parturition time. 

Bulls that are mated with cows infected or suspected of being infected should 
be carefully cleansed before and after service. The irrigator with horse catheter such 
as recommended by W. L. Williams is invaluable for introducing a solution of Anti- 
septine (1-200) into the sheath. 

DIAGNOSIS. 

When there is doubt regarding the presence of abortion disease it is best to 
abstract ten mils of blood from the jugular veins of suspected animals and send this 
to our laboratories for diagnosis. 

Special literature will be sent on request. 




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ANTI-INFLUENZA MIXED BACTERIN. 

(Equine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of equine influenza, so-called catarrhal, 
shipping or stock yards fever, and the various complications attending such conditions. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from virulent strains of Streptococcus equi, Staphylococcus aureus, S. 
albus, Bacillus coli communis and Bacillus equisepticus. The cultures are obtained 
from animals affected with influenza and its various complications. 

Code Word. PRICE. 

Imp — One box, six one-dose ampoules ". $1.50 

111 — One vial, five doses 1.00 

Igo — One vial, twelve doses 2.40 

Dose 4cc. Each dose contains at least ninety billion killed bacteria. 

ADMINISTRATION OF BACTERIN. 

In the treatment of influenza, bacterin is useful both as a preventive and curative 
agent. Of course it is best to keep animals immunized whenever possible. 

PREVENTIVE TREATMENT. 

This bacterin has proved effective in from ninety to ninety-five per cent of cases 
when the animals treated have not been previously exposed to the disease. In such 
cases, immunity lasts about six months. 

When animals have not been exposed to influenza, two injections of Anti-Influenza 
Bacterin are to be given from three to five days apart; those having been exposed are 
best given three injections at three to five-days intervals. The amount given at a time 
is four mils (four cubic centimeters). 

Some veterinarians obtain good results from single dose injections of Anti-Influ- 
enza Bacterin, Spring and Fall. In this way they maintain immunity as long as the 
semi-annual treatment is continued. 

It goes without saying, that small or very young animals should not be given 
the large immunizing dose, but, instead, one-half this amount. 

CURATIVE TREATMENT. 

As a curative agent, Anti-Influenza Bacterin has given highly satisfactory results, 
particularly in preventing complications that often occur, resulting in death of the 
affected subjects or a protracted course that is greatly debilitating. Best results are 
obtained by beginning the treatment early in the course of the disease. 

Administered as a curative agent, Anti-Influenza Bacterin should be employed 
soon after the outset of the attack. As a rule in such instances, best results are 
derived in cases where the initial rise in temperature is high. The dose here, also, is 
four mils, every third day until three doses are given. When this treatment is employed 
it is found that pneumonia, purpura hemorrhagica, pyemic disturbances and other 
complications are usually prevented. 

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ANTI- INFLUENZA MIXED BACTERIN. 

(Continued from Page 89) 

In conjunction with the use of bacterins as curative agents in influenza, the 
rational employment of therapeutic measures is, of course, advisable; for example, the 
use of camphorated oil in subjects which particularly manifest circulatory disturb- 
ances, is indicated. To stimulate elimination of toxins our special preparation, Emunc- 
totone, administered at intervals of three or four hours has given good results. (See 
page 48 for a description of this preparation.) 

Ferrocactone, another preparation (described on page 55) is of great benefit in 
stimulating prompt recovery in complicated cases of influenza. 

A BRIEF SUMMARY OF EQUINE INFLUENZA. 

Because many vague and misleading applications of the term "influenza" are made, 
it is considered advisable to summarize briefly, this disease. 

The definition for equine influenza as employed by Hutyra and Marek, is so 
explicit that it will be used, and it follows: 

"Under the collective term of influenza are grouped acute febrile contagious infec- 
tious diseases of horses, which are manifested either as general blood infections, with 
catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membranes, and frequently also with inflamma- 
tory swellings of the subcutis, tendons, and tendonous sheaths, or with manifestations 
of a croupous pneumonia or pleuropneumonia. Depending on these varying clinical 
manifestations two forms of the disease may be distinguished, namely, the catarrhal 
or erysipelas form, and the pectoral form (contagious pleuropneumonia), there existing 
the possibility that these two forms represent etiologically two different and independ- 
ent diseases." 

Equine influenza is an acute febrile contagious disease which manifests itself after 
an incubating period which is usually brief, but which may vary between forty hours 
and ten days, according to the authorities just cited. There is always a rise of tem- 
perature of from four to six degrees above the normal, marked congestion of all visible 
mucous membranes; in some instances the conjunctional mucous membranes are 
swollen and protruding between the margins of the lids; there is lacrymation and often 
a copious serous discharge from the nostrils. In some acute cases, the character of 
the onset of the disease is such as to cause great weakness, which is manifested by 
a staggering gait; there soon follows edematous swelling of pendant parts, such as 
of the sheath in geldings, and stocking. 

In the uncomplicated cases of influenza, the condition is usually benign; it runs a 
course of about a week or ten days, and recovery is complete. In some instances, the 
attack is of shorter duration, animals apparently recovering in three or four days. 

Frequent allusion is made to complicated cases of influenza, complications varying 
in character and gravity with the ages of the animals affected and the conditions 
under which they are kept. Thousands of complicated cases of influenza which occurred 
in the army were essentially pneumonic or pleuropneumonic involvements, and mortality 
was high. ANTI-INFLUENZA SERUM. 

INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of equine 

influenza, shipping fever, strangles, pink eye, 

ANTl-lNFLuifcizA SERUM I 'J an ^ their sequelae (such as purpura hemor- 

' rhagica. These are conditions that frequently 

occur in epizootic form in large stables, or 
when horses are shipped. 
SOURCE. 
Anti-Influenza Serum is obtained by hyperimmunizing healthy horses with in- 
creasing doses of virulent cultures of Streptococcus equi, and Staphylococcus albus 
and aureus, isolated from acute cases of influenza, strangles, shipping fever and pur- 
pura hemorrhagica. 
Code Word PRICE. 

Grab — In Syringes, 10 mils $0.60 

Gold — In Vials, 10 mils, six to package 2.40 

Give —In Vials, 30 mils 1.00 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 
As a prophylactic before exposure it is more convenient and economical to employ 
the Anti-Influenza Bacterin; but in stables where the disease has manifested itself 
or the exposure is immediate or imminent it is preferable to give a dose of from 10 
mils to 30 mils of the serum. 

The curative dose of Anti-Influenza Serum is at least 30 mils repeated daily until 
convalescence indicates that the infection is under control. Three doses are usually 
sufficient for an ordinary case. 




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ANTI-WHITE SCOUR MIXED BACTERIN. 

(Bovine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of white scour in calves. Recommended 
principally where the condition is due to a mixed infection or in herds where abortion 
disease exists. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from cultures of B. abortus, coli communis and bovisepticus obtained 
from affected animals. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Verb — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Verge — One vial, five doses . .75 

Vast — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Vapor — One vial, twenty-five doses 2.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Given in the same manner and with regard to the same hygienic precautions that 
are observed when Colon Bacterin (Bovine) is employed. 



DIAGNOSTIC SYMPTOMS OF WHITE SCOUR. 

Diarrhoea neonatorum in calves may be due to infection with B. abortus (Bang), 
B. coli communis, B. paracoli or bacteria of the Pasturella group. Likewise, a combi- 
nation of any of the aforementioned organisms may be responsible for the occurrence 
of white scour, and in some instances, other causative agents may be primary or 
secondary etiologic factors. 

When white scour develops in calves the first or second day after birth it is 
usually due to the B. abortus. In animals that develop the disease after the fifth 
day it is usually due to the colon or paracolon bacilli or due to Pasteurella bacteria. 
It is not uncommon to find white scour which develops during the first week after 
birth, to be the result of a combination of the B. abortus and B. coli communis. 

Diarrhoea neonatorum, the result of B. coli communis infection, or where other 
organisms are active with these, occasions a disturbance that is chiefly characterized by 
rectal discharges which contain gas bubbles. Colon infection is sometimes observed 
in yearling or older cattle that have become infected, in which instance the disease is 
manifested by diarrhoea with gaseous discharges. 



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COLON BACTERIN. 

(Bovine) 




SIX AMPOULES 

I COLON BACTERIN 



f u ,il,.PREVENTlVE« n d CURATIVE 

i ir «imM.i of WHITE SCOURS of 

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INDICATIONS. 

For preventive and curative treatment of white scour, and colitis when due to the 
activities of the B. coli communis. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from the cultures of the Bacillus coli communis obtained from affected 
animals. Each dose contains at least 45,000,000,000 of the killed B. coli communis. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Crow — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Color — One vial, five doses 75 

Coco — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Cram — One vial, twenty-five doses ' 2.50 



ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Colon Bacterin has caused a very marked increase in the percentage of recoveries 
of white scour and allied enteric disturbances. Treatment is preventive and curative. 

Preventive treatment comprises injections of bacterin to the young in two doses; 
the first within twenty-four hours after birth, and the second about five days later. 

Curative treatment in white scour consists in due observance of all sanitary meas- 
ures, such as keeping the affected animals in clean quarters, and disinfecting excre- 
ments to prevent contamination of other parts of premises. 

Colon bacterins are of decided benefit in such cases, and may be administered 
every third day until two or three doses have been given. In cases where subjects are 
extremely weak, bacterins are administered rather cautiously; that is, even though the 
disease assumes a favorable course, it is not advisable to administer more than two 
doses of bacterin, and the interval between such injections may extend over a period of 
four or five days. 

Phenol Sulphonates Compound may be given to advantage in these cases. One 
tablet given every two to four hours, after the initial dose, which should be of three or 
even four tablets. See page 70 for indications and directions for the use of Phenol 
Sulphonate Tablets. 



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CANINE DISTEMPER BACTERIN. 




6 AMPOULES 

CANINE 
DISTEMPER 



:""0"<W»»mJ 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of canine distemper 

SOURCE. 
Prepared from cultures of pathogenic bacteria obtained from carcasses of dogs 
attected with distemper. Each dose contains at least twenty billions of killed bacteria. 

Code Word. PRICE. 

Drab — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Dare — One vial, ten doses " 1*50 

ADMINISTRATION OF BACTERIN. 

The best results from use of Canine Distemper Bacterin are to be had in using it 
as a preventive agent. For this purpose from two to five doses of one mil each are 
given at five to seven-day intervals. When used in the treatment of distemper, the 
same dosage is employed at three to five-day intervals. 

CANINE DISTEMPER SUMMARIZED. 
Canine distemper is a specific infectious disease characterized by multiform 
symptoms and is very prevalent in cities, particularly where large numbers of animals 
are kept together. One attack does not confer immunity in every instance, but usually 
when secondary attacks are experienced, cases are mild in character. 

The acute form of the disease is septicemic in character, and is manifested by 
high temperature and concomitant respiratory and circulatory disturbances. This form 
of the disease is found especially in young dogs and while it is fatal in a rather large 
percentage of cases, during some outbreaks, death of the affected animals is not the 
only cause of loss. 

In not a few instances, because of the devitalizing effects of this disease, chronic 
nervous disturbances follow. Chorea is an example of a somewhat frequent sequel. 

Canine distemper assumes various forms and during the initial stages of the dis- 
ease, its presence may be overlooked or the condition mistaken for other diseases. 
Hence, it behooves the practitioner to examine carefully, every case simulating dis- 
temper, in young animals which he is called upon to treat. Distemper is sometimes 
observed as a condition wherein cutaneous disturbances predominate. Likewise, it 
occurs with nervous derangements as the chief symptoms to be observed. More often, 
however, respiratory and digestive forms of the affection are met and usually these 
are combined. 

In a word, whenever a young dog is presented for treatment where it manifests 
some fever, inappetence or gastric disturbances chiefly characterized by vomition, 
serous or sero-mucous nasal discharges which become adherent about the nasal orifices, 
it is well to suspect that distemper is to be dealt with. 

Careful nursing with particular attention given to the diet, is the principal factor 
to heed in treating distemper of dogs, and in every instance where there is consider- 
able digestive disturbance, nutritive extracts made from meat or cereals should be 
offered the subjects. Intramuscular injections of Ferrocactone (see page 55) may be 
employed advantageously rather than to attempt giving medicaments by the mouth. 



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HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA.* 

A SUMMARY. 

The term "hemorrhagic septicemia" is commonly employed to identify diseases 
•ffecting cattle, sheep, swine, horses, fowls, rabbits, and other animals where there is 
marked similarity in the pathological characteristics. In these several animals, where 
there exist conditions having similar clinical manifestations, an organism has been 
regularly isolated from diseased tissues or secretions taken from carcasses of affected 
animals. 

CAUSE. 

The organism so isolated is known as B. bipolaris septicus, so named because of 
the manner in which it takes stain in microscopical examination. It is a short organism, 
staining intensely at its extremities, and only slightly at the middle; polymorphous, 
non-motile; does not form spores, principally aerobic, and bouillon cultures have a 
peculiar characteristic odor. 

WHERE FOUND. 

The bipolar bacilli are ubiquitous — being found as saprophytes in the soil, in slow 
flowing or stagnant water, on various plants and in all kinds of dead organic matter. 

VARIABILITY AND VIRULENCE. 

Under normal conditions the bipolar bacilli do not manifest pathological charac- 
teristics and are to be found in the respiratory and digestive tracts of many animals. 
But under certain favorable conditions they become virulent and attack the tissues of 
the healthy body. Just what constitutes such favorable conditions is not known in 
many instances, but it is known that the pathogenic action of the bipolar bacilli is 
favored by every influence which weakens the resistance of the animal organism, such 
as colds, exertion, anemia, starvation, mixed infection and catarrh. 

The bacteria which through some cause become parasitic, in some cases lose their 
pathogenic character after leaving the affected animals, and may change again to 
saprophytes. In the majority of cases, however, after becoming accustomed to the 
organism of a certain animal, they attain an increased virulence for animals of this 
particular species and may then infect animals easily without the assistance of pre- 
disposing causes. This relative virulence may increase for a time and become con- 
stant, but more frequently, however, it diminishes. These characteristics of the bipolar 
bacteria explain the variation which is observed in the appearance and spread of the 
hemorrhagic septicemia group of organisms. 

When outbreaks of hemorrhagic septicemia occur, they are usually confined to 
animals of the particular species affected. Exceptionally, however, the infecting 
agent may become dangerous for other species. In this way, hemorrhagic septicemia 
in swine may produce a like condition in sheep, and the condition may likewise affect 
chickens in a manner resembling fowl cholera. 

"Bipolar bacilli which penetrate into the tissue fluids of the animal organism, 
produce different pathological changes, according to the degree of their virulence and 
the susceptibility of the animals. In case of a severe infection a peracute hemorrhagic 
septicemia develops. The bacilli multiply very rapidly and in a short time permeate 
the entire body, causing death in from 18 to 24 hours. The animals manifest high 
fever, weakness of the heart, debility, sometimes diarrhoea. Autopsy reveals numer- 
ous hemorrhages in the tissue of the serous and mucous membranes and parenchyma- 
tous organs. The spleen is only slightly swollen, while the lymph glands show a 
marked acute swelling. 

"When the infection is somewhat less severe the acute attack lasts for several 
days, when frequently a sero-fibrinous inflammation develops on the serous mem- 
brane, while the mucous membranes are affected with a hemorrhagic inflammation. 
With these an inflammation of the joints and tendons is not infrequently associated. 
The autopsy reveals in these cases a moderate acute swelling of the spleen and a pro- 
nounced swelling of the lymph glands in addition to blood extravasations." 

(Concluded on page 96) 




•In part abstracted from "Path, and Therap. of the Diseases of Domestic Animals," 
Hutyra and Marek. 



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HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA COMBINED BACTERIN. 

(Bovine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of various forms of hemorrhagic septicemia 

° fcattle - SOURCE. 

Prepared from virulent strains of Bacilli bovisepticus and allied bipolar organisms 
obtained from the tissue of affected animals in various sections of this country. Not 
less than forty-five billion killed bacilli are contained in each two-mil dose. 

Code Word. PRICE. 

Bovo — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Hike — One vial, five doses 75 

Hunt — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Hemo — One vial, twenty-five doses 2.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For the prevention of hemorrhagic septicemia, one two-mil dose of bacterin 
injected subcutaneously to each animal in an exposed herd is ordinarily sufficient. 
Basing our opinion upon actual experiences in the field, we can state that one such 
treatment will immunize animals until they are ready for market, providing, of course, 
it is not given at too early an age. Occasionally, however, because of the existence of 
a virulent type of hemorrhagic septicemia, one single treatment is not sufficient to con- 
fer immunity, and in such cases it becomes necessary to administer a second treatment. 

Curative treatment consists chiefly in the administration of from two to four-mil 
doses of bacterin as soon as possible, and succeeding this at twenty-four to forty-eight 
hour intervals, the regular two-mil dose is given. 

DIAGNOSTIC SYMPTOMS. 

In cattle the disease occurs in the acute and subacute or chronic form. 

The acute form is usually manifested as a septicemia characterized by high tem- 
perature, dullness, inappetence, and usually death within from one to three days. In 
some cases the initial form of the disease may be septicemic in character and later 
become localized in any of the vital organs, as the lungs, digestive, cerebrospinal, 
urinary and hepatic organs. In such instances, the primary symptoms will be those 
of septicemia followed by symptoms characteristic of pneumonia, enteritis, cerebro- 
spinal meningitis, nephritis, or hepatitis. 

The subacute or chronic form is most common in young cattle that have passed 
through public stock yards or are being shipped, and thus have opportunity of becom- 
ing infected from stock cars and other means of transportation. This form is 
manifested by a cough, nasal and ocular discharges, one to two degrees rise of temper- 
ature, unthriftiness, and rapid emaciation. In the later stages, there is usually a diar- 
rheic disturbance, weakness, and death in a large percentage of the affected animals. 

Hemorrhagic septicemia in cattle and "corn-stalk disease" are now considered 
practically the same. At least, in most instances, so-called outbreaks of corn-stalk 
disease may be controlled by the prompt use of bacterin. 



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HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA. 

(Continued from page 94). 

SYMPTOMS. 

The symptoms of the disease vary in animals with the localization of the lesions. 
Hemorrhagic septicemia may assume a pulmonary, septicemia, intestinal, subcu- 
taneous or cerebral form. 

The pulmonary form is manifested by cough, nasal discharge, rise of temperature 
of two to four degrees above normal, listlessness, inappetence, and, in the acute form, 
death in from one to three days time. However, this type of the disease is often 
chronic, the animals linger with an aggravated cough, nasal discharge, gradual emacia- 
tion and die within ten to thirty days. 

The septicemic form is characterized by marked rise of temperature, inappe- 
tence, dullness, and death of animals in from six to twenty-four hours. 

The intestinal form is characterized by digestive derangements, the intensity of 
which depends on the extent of the disease process. There is usually diarrhoea, varying 
according to the location of the lesions. The animals become emaciated, and, although 
in the acute form they may die within three to four days, the disease may become sub- 
acute or chronic and the animals live for a period of fifteen days or longer. 

The subcutaneous form is manifested by rise of temperature, local inflammation, 
edematous swellings, inappetence, and usually death within twenty-four hours. 

The cerebral type of the disease is manifested by disturbance of the brain func- 
tions, such as excitement, viciousness, or depression and stupor. This disease usually 
terminates fatally in a few hours. 

POST MORTEM LESIONS. 

The lesions of this disease, in the septicemic form, consist of hemorrhages, 
petechial in character, in the subcutaneous and serous structures, frequently there 
being no other indications of the malady. The pulmonary form of the disease is char- 
acterized by an atypical catarrhal pneumonia, with or without pleurisy and petechial 
hemorrhages, the same as indicated in the septicemic form. 

The intestinal form of hemorrhagic septicemia is manifested by inflammation of 
the mucous membranes of the stomach or intestines, inflammation being of a serous 
type and not uncommonly there is a collection of serous fluid in the submueosa. In 
addition, petechial hemorrhages, particularly of the subserous structures, are present. 

The cerebral type of the disease is manifested by an inflammation of the serous 
covering of the brain with accumulation of more or less inflammatory serous exudate. 
In this type there are also petechial hemorrhages — characteristic of all forms of the 
disease. 

In the subcutaneous types of hemorrhagic septicemia the lesions consist of 
marked accumulation of serous fluid in some subcutaneous structures (usually of the 
inferior cervical region), in addition to the petechial hemorrhages. 

TREATMENT. 

The treatment of hemorrhagic septicemia may be conveniently divided into 
prophylactic and curative. The disease can be diminished in its intensity and possibly 
entirely avoided by a careful observance of sanitary regulations and disinfection and 
quarantine, where it is practical to enforce such measures. 

But perhaps far more generally applicable, and fully as effective, is the immuni- 
zation of animals against this disease by the use of a bacterin prepared from the B. 
bovisepticus, equisepticus, ovisepticus or avisepticus. In most cases it is found neces- 
sary to administer only one dose of our Hemorrhagic Septicemia Bacterin, as the 
immunity conferred is usually sufficient to carry the animal through until the time 
it is ready for market. Its convenience, inexpensiveness and its efficacy make the 
bacterin treatment the prophylactic measure of choice in the control of this disease. 

Curative treatment consists of combating symptoms as they arise. In addition, 
doses of Hemorrhagic Septicemia Bacterin tend to intensify the body resistance 
against further invasion of the infection. All treatment is ineffective in the hyper- 
acute type of the disease. 



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SWINE PLAGUE BACTERIN. 




INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of hemorrhagic septicemia or swine plague 
where the disease occurs alone or in conjunction with hog cholera. The bacterin may 
be employed either alone or with Anti-Hog Cholera Serum. 

SOURCE. 

Swine Plague Bacterin is prepared from cultures of Bacillus suisepticus obtained 
from diseased tissues of hogs affected with swine plague, from various parts of this 
country. 

Each dose of Swine Plague Bacterin contains at least forty-five billion killed 
bacteria. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Sun — One box, 6 ampoules $1.00 

Sink — One vial, 5 doses 75 

Soar — One vial, 10 doses 1.20 

Sag — One vial, 25 doses 2.50 

HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA COMBINED BACTERIN. 

(Porcine.) 

INDICATIONS. 

For practically the same conditions as exist where Swine Plague Bacterin is used, 
but preferred by some in certain outbreaks of swine plague. 

SOURCE. 

Hemorrhagic Septicemia Combined Bacterin (Porcine) is prepared from cultures 
of B. suisepticus and other bipolar organisms. 

PRICE. 

'Code Word. 

Unc — One box, 6 ampoules H.UO 

Uno — One vial, 5 doses .75 

Used — One vial, 10 doses I- 20 

Utah— One vial, 25 doses 2 - 50 

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SWINE PLAGUE AND HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA COMBINED 

BACTERIN. 

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ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

One ampoule — two mils — administered hypodermically to each animal, constitutes 
the usual prophylactic dose. Where conditions are unusual, it is best to give a second 
injection three to five days after the first. 

Curative treatment consists in the adminstration of three or four doses at two or 
three-day intervals. 

The good results that may be obtained from the use of bacterin depend primarily 
upon accurate diagnosis. In other words, it is futile to hope for good results following 
the administration of bacterin in cases of cholera, verminous bronchitis or sporadic 
cases of bronchial pneumonia. 

Prevention by the enforcement of sanitary regulations is important. The spread of 
this disease seems to be favored by dry weather. Consequently sprinkling pens and 
houses with disinfectant solutions is helpful. 

OCCURRENCE OF SWINE PLAGUE OR HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA. 

Hemorrhagic septicemia is relatively common in swine. This disease, when local- 
ized in the lungs, was formerly designated as swine plague, though there is now a 
tendency to designate its various forms in swine as hemorrhagic septicemia. 

Swine plague is prone to appear in animals suffering from cholera; in animals 
subject to the hardships of shipping; in pigs at weaning time; in herds suddenly placed 
on green corn for feed; in young animals subjected to unusual exposure, as a cold rain 
in early spring or late fall, and, as is well recognized, in animals kept in dusty quar- 
ters. 

Further, swine plague is quite apt to occur in swine recently vaccinated against 
hog cholera, particularly if good sanitation is not observed. It has been noted many 
times as being concomitant with necrotic enteritis; in short, the infection being almost 
universally distributed, may be expected to set up a disturbance in a great variety 
of conditions where the vitality of the exposed animal is lowered. 

The amount of infection present also has its bearing on the extension of the 
disease, since once it has become active in any of the individuals of a given herd, swine 
plague is quite apt to extend to all swine associated with the affected animals, even 
though they may seem healthy and apparently possess a normal resistance to the 
infection. 

SYMPTOMS. 

The extension of swine plague in a herd is in the typical outbreak slow as com- 
pared with hog cholera. The period of incubation, at least in artificially infected 
cases, is of short duration, rarely exceeding two days. The septicemic type is ush- 
ered in suddenly with a high temperature (though it rarely exceeds 105 degrees 
Fahrenheit) accompanied by inappetence, weakness, and little tendency to move. The 
blush of the skin due to hyperemia may be observed. This form is rapidly fatal, the 
course rarely exceeding twelve hours. 

The ordinary form of swine plague is evidenced by the usual symptoms of pneu- 
monia, such as short, dry, spasmodic cough, dyspnea, temperature up to 105 degrees 
Fahrenheit, a disposition on the part of the affected animals frequently to sit on their 
haunches dog-like, mucous or mucopurulent nasal discharge, diminished appetite and 
finally cessation of appetite, and usually constipation. As the disease progresses 
breathing becomes more difficult and there is extreme weakness and emaciation if 
the affected animals live long enough. The blush of the skin is usually present, and 
there may be conjunctivitis. The acute form usually terminates fatally in about one 
week, but more rarely the disease becomes chronic. 

The chronic form is evidenced by spasmodic cough, temperature of about 104 
degrees Fahrenheit, poor appetite, emaciation and weakness, the animals usually 
dying of exhaustion in from four to eight weeks. 

DIFFICULTIES IN DIAGNOSIS. 

When there is uncertainty regarding the possible existence of hemorrhagic sep- 
ticemia or swine plague, if a portion of affected lung is sent us a laboratory examina- 
tion will reveal the true state of affairs. 

Special literature or specific information on this condition will be supplied on 
request. 



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MIXED BACTERIN (SWINE). 



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INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of mixed infections in swine; alone, 
or in conjunction with Anti-Hog Cholera Serum. 

SOURCE. 

This bacterin is prepared from cultures of B. suisepticus, B. suipestifer, B. enter- 
itidis, B. paratyphoid, and B. coli communis, taken from tissues of affected animals. 
Each mil contains approximately 22,500,000,000 killed organisms. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Tag — One box, six ampoules ■ $1.00 

Ten — One vial, five doses 75 

Tire — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Toro — One vial, twenty-five doses 2.50 



ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For immunization, two mils injected hypodermically into healthy tissues under 
aseptic precautions. This should be repeated in from three to five days. 

As a curative treatment, the same dose should be employed as for immunization, 
but repeated every two or three days as conditions warrant. 

In order that there may be no difficulty in determining when it is advisable to 
use Mixed Bacterin in preference to Swine Plague Bacterin, we make particular men- 
tion of the fact that Mixed Bacterin is indicated in swine in which there is an intestinal 
lesion consisting of ulcers and a mealy exudate upon the intestinal mucous membrane. 
This is the condition usually called necrotic enteritis. 

During the convalescence period our Anthelmintic Tonic for Swine will prove 
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MIXED INFECTION IN SWINE. 

The term, "mixed infection" is applied to infectious swine diseases that are not 
cholera but apparently related to hemorrhagic septicemia or swine plague. Recently 
much attention has been given to the so-called mixed infections of swine, because of 
great prevalence throughout the Middle-West, and the enormous losses they have 
caused. 

OCCURRENCE. 

These infections are very common in hogs that have their resistance diminished 
by cholera infection, and it is not unusual to find hogs which have been immunized 
with the Anti-Hog Cholera Serum, dying as a result of the mixed infection. 

CAUSE. 

The regularity with which the following organisms are found in specimens of 
tissue taken from animals affected with "mixed infection" is reason enough to con- 
sider them, in all probability, responsible for the trouble — they are: B. suisepticus, B. 
suipestifer, B. enteritidis, B. paratyphoid, and B. coli. 

SYMPTOMS. 

Hogs affected with the mixed infection alone, usually show digestive derange- 
ments, become emaciated, weakened, and in a large percentage of cases, die as a result 
of exhaustion. 

LESIONS. 

The lesions sometimes consist of circumscribed raised masses of mealy necrotic 
material. This type of lesion was formerly called the Welch Button, or the so-called 
hog cholera ulcer. The circumscribed lesion not infrequently produces necrosis of the 
bowel wall, resulting in perforation and fatal peritonitis. In addition to the bowel 
lesion it is not uncommon to find a congested and tumefied spleen and hemorrhages 
of the lymph glands. Swine not infrequently become infected with the B. paratyphoid, 
which may produce lesions of an enteritis that is usually associated with a low grade 
peritonitis. Simultaneously with the infection with the B. paratyphoid, in the majority 
of instances there will be found the B, suipestifer and the colon bacillus. These three 
organisms appear to work in harmony, and produce enteritis typified by an exudate 
that accumulates on the mucous membrane, the exudate clinging tenaciously, and not 
being removable without destroying the mucosa. 



TREATMENT. 

In addition to the use of bacterin where the disease exists, careful attention 
directed to sanitary measures is imperative. Hogs should have the run of roomy, 
clean and comfortable quarters that are rendered as nearly free from dust as is prac- 
ticable. Frequent disinfection by means of sprinkling with disinfectant solutions 
serves to keep down dust where animals are, of necessity, kept in quarters that are 
not roomy. 



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HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA COMBINED BACTERIN. 



(Ovine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of hemorrhagic septicemia in sheep 
This disease is very prevalent in some of the Western states and occurs more frequently 
throughout the Middle-West now than formerly. 

SOURCE. 

Made from cultures taken from animals suffering from hemorrhagic septicemia 
Each mil contains approximately 22,500,000,000 killed bacteria. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Oaks — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Omar — One vial, five doses 75 

Oust — One vial, ten doses 120 

Omen — One vial, twenty-five doses 2^0 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For immunizing, one two-mil dose of bacterin, administered subcutaneously, is 
sufficient under usual conditions to give the desired results. However, two doses are 
preferable and the second may be given five to seven days after the first. 



SYMPTOMS OF HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA. 

Hemorrhagic septicemia in sheep may be of a purely septicemic type, but this 
form of the disease is not common. The pulmonary form is relatively a common 
type of the disease and is characterized by an atypical catarrhal or croupous pneu- 
onia with or without pleurisy and has a tendency to become chronic. 

This form of the disease is manifested by weakness, cough, mucopurulent nasal 
discharges and usually a discharge from the eyes; rapid emaciation of the animal and 
sometimes death. The disease may also be manifested in its digestive form, in which 
instance diarrhea is present; the feces being of a dark color. 

In some instances, the disease has manifested itself as a cerebral derangement. 
In such types, the cerebral functions are usually intensified in the beginning, and 
later diminished. 

Finally, hemorrhagic septicemia in the sheep is observed where there exists a 
combination of the different forms of the disease. In such cases there appears to be 
a blending of the salient symptoms of the pulmonary-digestive, digestive and cere- 
bral forms of the disease. Lesions of hemorrhagic septicemia in sheep are very 
similar to those found in cattle affected with this disease. 



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HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA COMBINED BACTERIN. 

(Equine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of hemorrhagic septicemia in horses. 

SOURCE. 

Made from cultures taken from animals suffering from hemorrhagic septicemia. 
Each mil contains approximately 22,500,000,000 killed bacilli. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Tabes — One box six ampoules $1.50 

Tame — One vial, five doses. 1.00 

Trice — One vial, twelve doses 2.40 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Equine hemorrhagic septicemia may be prevented by prophylactic doses of Hemor- 
rhagic Septicemia Bacterin. For this purpose, we recommend not less than a four-mil 
dose, and where exposure has been unusual, repetition of this dosage five to seven days 
later is a rational precautionary measure. 

SYMPTOMS OF HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA— EQUINE. 

This disease in horses may be acute or subacute. The acute form is more often 
observed and is manifested by high temperature, extreme lassitude and depression. 
Animals so affected may die within twelve hours after the first symptoms are evinced. 
If the affected animal has sufficient resistance, the disease may become localized in 
the lungs, the digestive organs, the brain, and possibly also, the kidneys and liver, pro- 
ducing symptoms characteristic of inflammation of these several organs. 

LESIONS. 

Autopsy will show petechial hemorrhages of the subserosa and submucosa, as 
well as inflammatory lesions, should the disease have localized in any of the special 
organs. 




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HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA COMBINED BACTERIN. 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of so- called fowl cholera and roup. 

SOURCE. 

Made from cultures taken from tissues of fowls having hemorrhagic septicemia — 
containing B. avisepticus and allied organisms. Each mil contains approximately 
22,500,000,000 killed organisms. 

PRICE. 

Code Word 

Fowl — One box, six ampoules (24 doses) $1.50 

Fan — One vial, twenty doses 1.00 

Fish — One vial, forty doses 2.00 

Fern — One vial, one hundred doses 5.00 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Hemorrhagic septicemia can be prevented by the immunization of fowls with one- 
half of one mil of Hemorrhagic Septicemia Bacterin. The bacterin should be injected 
subcutaneously under the wing. This may also be used as a curative agent in those 
birds that show the subacute or chronic form. 

ETIOLOGY AND OCCURRENCE. 

Avian hemorrhagic septicemia is caused by the B. avisepticus. It is commonly 
known as fowl cholera, and is responsible for the loss of many fowls annually, in this 
country. It usually assumes an acute form, though in some cases a subacute or 
chronic form has been observed. 

SYMPTOMS. 

Practically all barnyard fowls are subject to this affection, though it is most com- 
mon in chickens and turkeys. The disease is manifested by an extreme depression in the 
birds, ruffled feathers, usually diarrhoea, and death within a few hours. The tempera- 
ture in the acute form not infrequently is 112° to 113° F. In the subacute form the 
bird lingers, there is inappetence, depression, weakness, and diarrhoea, the fowl usually 
dying within two weeks. 

LESIONS. 

The lesions found on autopsy consist of petechial hemorrhages and frequently an 
enteritis, in some instances there being pneumonia as well. If the fowls survive for 
three or four days, there will be an enlargement of the spleen, and perhaps some 
edema. 



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POLYVALENT MIXED BACTERIN. 

(Equine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the treatment of all suppurative and infective conditions, such as poll evil, 
fistulous withers, open joints, wire cut, puncture wounds, abscesses, cystitis, pyometra, 
post partum septicemia and septic wounds of all kinds. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from the cultures of Staphylococcus albus, aureus and citreus, the 
Streptococcus pyogenes and colon bacillus. 

Supplied in serial doses from 1 to 6, each dose increasing in strength as follows: 

Series No. 1, 6,000,000,000 killed Bacteria. 

Series No. 2, 15,000,000,000 killed Bacteria. 

Series No. 3, 25,000,000,000 killed Bacteria. 

Series No. 4, 35,000,000,000 killed Bacteria. 

Series No. 5, 40,000,000,000 killed Bacteria. 

Series No. 6, 45,000,000,000 killed Bacteria. 

PRICE. 

Code Word 

Mint — One box, six ampoules 1-6 (or any series number) $1.00 

Mole — One vial, five doses 75 

Mark — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Mix — One vial, twenty-five doses 2.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Polyvalent Bacterin meets the requirement in such instances as those wherein 
infection is of the multiple type, and also where it is not an easy matter for the 
practitioner to identify, specifically, the type of bacteria that causes infection. In 
such cases, by employing this bacterin, the practitioner is enabled to meet the needs 
of his cases without the necessity for a specific laboratory diagnosis of the exact 
organisms causing the disease. 

Polyvalent Bacterin is indicated in conjunction with surgical procedure in all 
suppurative conditions of the various domestic animals. In treating traumatic wounds 
many practitioners report that they observe prompt and complete union of tissue 
practically without suppuration, where Polyvalent Bacterin is administered at three 
to five-day intervals from the outset. 

Perhaps the most useful field for this bacterin is in the treatment of wounds 
before they become suppurative. For this purpose, bacterins should be given every 
four or five days until healing has been completed. As a curative agent, bacterin aids 
recovery following surgical operations, and will lessen the duration of the convalescent 
period from ten to fifty per cent. For this purpose, bacterin should be administered 
every three to five days until recovery is complete. 



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PYEMIC ARTHRITIS MIXED BACTERIN. 

(Equine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of pyemic arthritis or navel ill of colts. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from cultures of Streptococcus equi, Staphylococcus albus and aureus, 
B. coli, B. enteritidis, and B. equisepticus. 

Each dose contains at least 20,000,000,000 killed bacteria. 

PRICE. 

Code Word 

Nun — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Nile — One vial, five doses 75 

Nib — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Note — One vial, twenty-five doses 2.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Preventive treatment may begin with administration of bacterin to the pregnant 
mare. This is the best method and consists in the administration of two or three 
injections of Pyemic Arthritis Mixed Bacterin at weekly intervals, trying to com- 
plete the treatment about ten days before the expiration of the period of gestation. 
Then, within twenty-four hours after birth of the foal, one ampoule of bacterin is 
given the new-born animal. 

Prophylactic treatment beginning after birth of the foal, consists in the admin- 
istration of one dose of Pyemic Arthritis Mixed Bacterin within twenty-four hours 
after birth, and a second dose two or three days later. 

CURATIVE TREATMENT. 

Attempts at curing navel ill are not attended with a very great degree of sat- 
isfaction, when it exists in the form of pyemic arthritis. However, even in such 
cases, good results are reported by veterinarians who administer Pyemic Arthritis 
Mixed Bacterin, beginning with one dose as soon as possible after symptoms are 
noticed and subsequent doses every twenty-four to forty-eight hours. 

In addition to the administration of bacterin, the local treatment of affected 
parts when possible is necessary. Pus is evacuated by means of incisions made in 
the affected joint capsules and the parts are bandaged with cotton that is saturated 
with a suitable wound lotion. 

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PYEMIC ARTHRITIS. 

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SYMPTOMS. 

It is well to consider the disease generally spoken of as navel ill in two separate 
classifications: one, the more serious condition, omphalophlebitis, wherein infection 
is metastatic and results in arthritic disturbances; the other, a local infection of 
the navel which is not metastatic. 

THE GENERALIZED FORM. 

In the first and more serious type of cases there usually occurs polyarthritis. 
The symptoms are manifested at a variable length of time after birth though usually 
before the animal is a week or ten days old. Much depends upon the virulence of 
the infecting organisms as to the time when symptoms first present themselves; the 
nature of the infection and its termination are likewise influenced. 

Constitutional disturbances usually attract attention first. Subjects are dull 
and listless, and upon examination it will be found that there is an elevation of tem- 
perature of from two to five or six degrees above normal; the affected colt is dis- 
inclined to move, but occasionally, when assisted it will get up and nurse. The 
heart's action is accelerated and in the very virulent types of infection, respiration 
is accelerated and there is sweating and other evidence of pain. 

Death in such cases may result in from twenty-four to forty-eight hours after 
the first evidence of infection is noticed. There is always more or less local dis- 
turbance in the region of the umbilicus. In many serious cases, however, the only 
local manifestation of disease is a slight moist condition of the navel. 

As soon as sufficient time has elapsed for extension of the infection to the 
joints, these metastatic foci of infection are readily observed. The stifle joint is 
frequently affected. Next in frequency comes, perhaps, the fetlock joints. The 
capsules of the affected articulation are distended and hyperthermic. The disten- 
tions assume the form of fluctuating swellings, but there is -usually no "pointing"; 
that is, there is no site where it appears that spontaneous evacuation of pus is about 
to occur. 

Where limb joints are affected in this manner, there is more or less lameness 
manifested. Where foci of infection occur in the spinal cord, or where extensive 
infection has taken place, a variation of the manifestation of the disease obtains; 
and this, in accordance with the particular part affected. An abscess of the cord, 
for example, would occasion paralysis (hemiplegia or paraplegia). Extensive 
affection of the liver would be characterized by septicemic disturbances, such as 
very high temperature, manifestations of great pain, and often early death. 

THE LOCALIZED FORM. 

The second, or local type of infection, is characterized by the formation of 
more or less pus, which distends the parts considerably in some instances. As Wil- 
liams has pointed out, "The gravity of navel infection is usually in inverse propor- 
tion to the local disturbance." 

The only condition for which this type of navel ill may be mistaken is umbilical 
hernia. Where hernia exists it is usually easily reducible and abscess is not. If 
one is much in doubt regarding the exact nature of the condition in existence, an 
exploratory puncture of the enlargement may be made with a suitable needle or 
trocar and the character of the contents of the enlargement positively determined in 
this way. 

Evacuation of pus contained, by means of the curette or with pledgets of cot- 
ton, and bathing the tissues with tincture of iodine is usually all that is necessary 
to control localized infections of this sort if the parts are kept clean and dry after- 
wards. The local application of Phenocamph at frequent intervals, serves well in 
such cases. 



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STAPHYLOCOCCUS COMBINED BACTERIN. 

(Canine) 



INDICATIONS. 

For the treatment of such diseases as acne, some cases 
of pustular dermatitis, and certain cases of abscess. Bene- 
ficial in follicular mange. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from culture of Staphylococcus aureus, albus 
and citreus. Each dose contains at least twenty billions of 
killed staphylococci. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Jury — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Jolt — One vial, ten doses 1.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 



B-— 



tlX AMPOULES 



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:=,.,.-,., „1 pUS.UiAK. DERMA 






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AmtrkaQ VtterioS^ Supply Co 



KANSAS CITY B 



Staphylo Bacterin, when used in the treatment of follic- 
ular mange should be supplemented by the employment of 
our Alkaline Mange Ointment (see page 20 for a complete 
description of its use in such cases). 

The prophylactic dose is one mil injected subcutaneously, 
under aseptic precautions, and this repeated in from five to seven days. 

Used as a curative agent the prophylactic dose should be repeated every three 
days as conditions may warrant. 



HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA BACTERIN. 

(Cunieuli) 



6 AMPOUi^S 



Hemorrhagic septicemia in rabbits is ordinarily known 
as sniffles, and from investigations thus far, it is apparent 
that this disease is caused by an organism belonging to 
the hemorrhagic septicemia group. The disease is mani- 
fested by irritation of the nasal mucosa, and characterized 
by a nasal discharge and a frequent sniffling of the af- 
fected animal. There is usually depression, unthriftiness, 
and emaciation of the rabbit, and many of them ultimately 
die as a result of this disease. 

LESIONS. 

On autopsy there is found an extreme irritation of the 
nasal mucosa, involving also the sinuses of the head and 
there is frequently an atypical catarrhal penumonia. 

TREATMENT. 

Animals can be immunized against sniffles by the use 
of Hemorrhagic Septicemia Bacterin made from the bipolar 
organism isolated from rabbits. From one to two mils of 
this product should be used as an immunizing dose, and 
when used as a curative agent, this dose should be repeated in three to five days. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. 

Rab — One box, 6 ampoules $1.00 

Rec —One vial, 10 doses 1-50 

Rem— One vial, 20 doses 2.40 

Reo —One vial, 50 doses 5.00 




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STREPTOCOCCUS BACTERIN. 

(Equine) 



6 AMPOULES 

STREPTOCOCCUS: 

BACTERIN 



.■|-NTivi;-..u'.Ff'AT[vt: 




INDICATIONS. 

For the preventive and curative treatment of strangles or equine distemper. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from cultures of different strains of Streptococcus equi. Each mil con- 
tains approximately 22,500,000,000 killed bacteria. 

PRICE. 

Code Word 

Strep — One box, six ampoules $1.00 

Strong — One vial, five doses 75 

Straw — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Stone — One vial, twenty-five doses 2.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For the prevention of strangles or colt distemper, immunizing treatment consists of 
two or three injections of Streptococcus Bacterin (Equine) at intervals of three to 
five days. 

As a curative agent, our bacterin is used advantageously in the regular prophy- 
lactic dose repeated every two or three days. 

Strangles is a specific infectious disease primarily affecting colts, and according to 
most authorities caused by a streptococcus. 

This disease is manifested by disturbances of the anterior respiratory tract, and 
localized abscess formation. The affected animal has a high temperature, shows more 
or less distress, is usually unable to eat, and in some cases, the abscess formation 
hinders swallowing and respiration, and may result fatally. In rare instances, suppura- 
tion becomes generalized, abscesses developing throughout the body. Such cases are 
often fatal. 

This disease is readily transmissible from animal to animal by contact, and unless 
measures are taken to prevent its spread, all of the young animals, and occasionally 
old animals that are exposed, become infected. 

In the initial stages of the disease, we recommend the administration of Emuncto- 
tone, which see on page 48. Pus is evacuated from abscesses as soon as possible, 
and in severe cases good nursing plays an important role in the successful handling 
of strangles. 



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STREPTOCOCCUS MASTITIS BACTERIN. 

(Bovine) 




INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of mammitis in cows, that is of streptococcic 
origin. Most cases of garget or mammitis are due to streptococcic infection. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from cultures of streptococci isolated from cases of mastitis. Each mil 
contains approximately 22,500,000,000 killed bacteria. 

PRICE. 

<!!ode Word 

Tare — One box, 6 ampoules $1.00 

Try — One vial, five doses .75 

Turn — One vial, ten doses 1.20 

Type — One vial, twenty doses 2.50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For prophylactic treatment, one two-mil dose should be given and this repeated 
on the fifth to seventh day, attempting to complete the treatment a week or ten days 
before parturition time. 

Curative treatment consisting of the administration of one two-mil dose every 
third day, and this continued as individual cases seem to require, has proved beneficial 
in the handling of infectious mammitis. 

It is especially recommended that in herds where one or two cows have shown 
evidence of infectious mastitis, the balance of animals be given prophylactic treat- 
ment. Affected animals should be segregated, and milked and handled in every way 
by attendants who have nothing to do with the non-affected cows. 

The use of Mastointment (page 66) in conjunction with the bacterin, with due 
regard for cleanliness and asepsis in caring for affected udders, is greatly beneficial. 

As has been mentioned in the discussion of Mastointment, cows suffering from 
mammitis should be carefully nursed, the udder supported in a suspensorium, the 
milk frequently evacuated, a purgative administered, and the bowels kept moderately 
active throughout the course of the treatment, and formalin administered in from 
one-half to one ounce doses for some five to eight days. The most careful attention 
should be given to good dairy cows affected with mastitis, if best reults are to be 
expected. 



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SERUMS AND VACCINES. 
ANTI-ANTHRAX SERUM. 

INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of anthrax in all domestic animals. 

SOURCE. 

Anti-Anthrax Serum is the product of serum taken from horses that have been 
hyperimmunized against anthrax, first by giving them anthrax vaccine, and later, grad- 
ually increasing dosage of virulent cultures of the B. anthracis. 

Serum is then standardized for its potency by the complement fixation test, and on 
guinea pigs. 

The use of serum alone confers a passive immunity to the infected animals, 
lasting only one to two months. Its value therefore, as an immunizing agent is not 
practical when used alone. 

PRICE. 

Code Word. Serum 

Eat— One 100-mil bottle, Anti- Anthrax Serum $2.33 

Serum and Spore Vaccine. 

Ebb — Ten complete treatments — Simultaneous Method $2.67 

(100 mils serum; 10 mils vaccine). 

SIMULTANEOUS METHOD OF IMMUNIZATION. 

A simultaneous method of immunization has been devised, in which the serum 
and spore vaccine are combined, thus immunizing animals by a method similar to the 
simultaneous method of immunization against hog cholera. 

METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION. 

The simultaneous method of immunization in anthrax should be employed only in 
healthy animals, and in herds where there are no diseased animals on the premises. 

In herds where the disease has already made its appearance, it is necessary to take 
temperatures of all animals and administer the simultaneous vaccination only to those 
showing no rise in temperature above normal. All others should be given the serum- 
alone treatment. If the examination reveals that a considerable proportion of the 
animals in a given herd are affected with anthrax, it is advisable to use the serum 
alone in all animals and in three or four weeks to revaccinate by the simultaneous 
method. 

DOSAGE. 

The immunizing dose for horses, cattle and other large animals, is ten mils of 
Anti-Anthrax Serum injected on one side of the neck, and immediately following, one 
mil of Anthrax Spore Vaccine administered on the other side of the neck. 

For sheep and calves six weeks to six months old, the dose should be ten mils of 
serum and five mils of the vaccine. For animals exhibiting fever in an affected herd, 
the serum should be administered only in doses of 30 mils to 100 mils, according 
to the severity of the symptoms manifested by the affected animals. 

PRECAUTIONS. 

Animals that have received the double or simultaneous vaccination against anthrax 
have an increased susceptibility to this disease during the first ten days following 
vaccination; it is therefore advisable to protect them against excessive cold, heat or 
exertion during this period. They should likewise be kept out of contaminated pastures 
during this time. 

ANTHRAX SPORE VACCINE. 

Code Word. Double Vaccination. 

Elf — One box, ten complete treatments $1.00 

DOSAGE. 
One complete vaccination consists of one mil of No. 1 Vaccine injected subcu- 
taneously, followed in ten days by one mil of the No. 2 Vaccine. 

Sheep and goats, are especially susceptible to anthrax vaccine; and if it is desired 
to vaccinate such animals, not more than one-half of the above dosage should be 
employed. CAUTION. 

Anthrax Vaccine consists of attenuated spores and not killed organisms. It should 
therefore be handled with care. 



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ANTI-HOG CHOLERA SERUM. 




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INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of hog cholera. 

SOURCE. 
Prepared from blood taken from hogs that have been rendered immune by receiv- 
ing large doses of hog cholera virus. 
Code Word PRICE. 

Carve — 250-mil bottle. See our monthly bulletin for correct prices. 
Cut — 500-mil bottle. See our monthly bulletin for correct prices. 
Stamp — 60 mils virus. See our monthly bulletin for correct prices. 
Stain — 30 mils virus. See our monthly bulletin for correct prices. 
Draw — 15 mils virus. See our monthly bulletin for correct prices. 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 
Anti-Hog Cholera Serum is administered subcutaneously under aseptic precautions 
in the axillary region, and virus likewise. 

The dosage has been established by the B. A. I. and all serum must come up to a 
certain fixed standard of potency. The following doses are prescribed : 

Sucking pigs 20 mils 

20 to 40 pounds 30 mils 

40 to 90 pounds 35 mils 

90 to 120 pounds 45 mils 

120 to 150 pounds 55 mils 

150 to 180 pounds 65 mils 

180 pounds and over 75 mils 

It is recommended that virus be used in from one to two-mil doses for each animal 
treated. 

Anti-Hog Cholera Serum has come into universal use by veterinary practitioners, 
and it is only in exceptional cases that serum alone is employed; consequently, with 
the aforementioned table of dosage, it is presupposed that the simultaneous method of 
treatment will be employed. 

It is a recognized fact that, given a highly potent, non-contaminated serum and 
an active hog cholera virus, the administrator of serum and the caretaker of the herd 
of hogs can control the results of vaccination for preventive or curative purposes in 
cholera by the exercise of due care and caution before and after the injection of 
serum. 

In ordering serum from us, the practitioner may be assured that he will obtain the 
best product that is to be had. We cannot afford to take chances with other than the 
best serum and virus and every precaution is exercised to supply our customers with 
such a good product that they will buy our serum exclusively. 



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ANTI-CALF SCOUR SERUM. 







Anti-Calf SArurs Serum 



INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of white scour in calves and lambs. 

SOURCE. 

Anti-White Scour Serum is prepared by consecutive intravenous injections of 
horses with numerous strains of colon and other bacteria that have been isolated in 
cases of white scour in calves. 

This serum is standardized, the agglutination test being employed for this purpose. 



PRICE. 

Code Word 

Sung — Ten mils, in vial $0.45 

Self — Ten mils, in syringe 60 

Seal — Thirty mils, one vial 1.00 

Seam — Sixty mils, six vials 2.40 



ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

This product is used chiefly as a curative agent in calves and lambs, rather than 
for its prophylactic effects. 

As a curative agent it is given in twenty to thirty mil doses and this repeated as 
conditions seem to warrant. One-half the calf-dose is given to lambs. 

The serum is administered subcutaneously, observing aseptic precautions. The 
earlier the treatment is administered, the more certain are good results to follow. 

In connection with the use of this serum, our Phenolsulphonate Tablets are in- 
valuable. The description of this product and its application in white scour is to be 
found on page 70. 

An important part of the curative treatment consists in due observance of all 
sanitary measures, such as keeping the affected animals in clean quarters, and disin- 
fecting excrements to prevent contamination of noncontaminated parts of premises. 



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ANTITETANIC SERUM. 




TETANUS ANTITOXIN 



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INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention and treatment of tetanus in all domestic animals, 
in nail puncture, and many other wounds; useful after many operations. 



Necessary 



SOURCE. 

Tetanus Antitoxin is prepared by hyperimmunizing horses against tetanus toxin. 
The "antitoxin" is separated from blood drawn from such animals and standardized. 

Because of accuracy of methods that are possible in the production of tetanus 
antitoxin, doses are expressed in units: Thus, a given preparation of antitetanic serum 
contains a definite number of units per mil. 

PRICE. 

Code Word 

Kabe— One 500-unit dose, vial $0.30 

Kaje — One 500-unit dose, syringe 50 

Kain — One 1,500-unit dose, vial .60 

Kart — One 1,500-unit dose, syringe 80 

Kant — One 3,000-unit dose, vial 1.20 

Korn — One 3,000-unit dose, syringe 1.50 

Kelt —One 5,000-unit dose, vial 2.10 

Korb — One 5,000-unit dose, syringe 2.40 

Kline— One 10,000-unit dose, vial 4.00 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

For the prevention of tetanus, an immunizing dose of 500 units of Antitetanic 
Serum is considered sufficient if administered promptly after exposure to tetanus infec- 
tion. This may be given subcutaneously, under aseptic precautions. When it is im- 
possible to administer prophylactic treatment promptly after exposure to infection, the 
dose should be increased, employing 1,500 or even 3,000 units, as it is thought best. 

When animals are affected with tetanus it is best to administer at least 3,000 
units of Tetanus Antitoxin intravenously as soon as possible. At the same time a 
3 000-unit dose is to be given subcutaneously. Thereafter dosage will depend on 
existing conditions. Daily injections of at least 3,000 units should succeed the initial 
treatment and this continued until it is apparent that treatment may be discontinued. 

Affected animals should be kept quiet and as nearly comfortable as possible. 
Good results are reported following the use of lobeline sulphate. Doses of from 1-20 
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BLACKLEG AGGRESSIN. 

INDICATIONS. 

To produce immunity against blackleg in cattle. 

SOURCE. 

Obtained from the affected tissues of animals dead of 
blackleg. The diseased tissue is removed from the carcass, 
chilled, and the juice is abstracted and filtered. It is then 
refiltered to remove germs and a preservative is added. 

The filtrated material is then tested for sterility and 
potency to determine its harmlessness and its efficacy in 
producing immunity against blackleg. 

PRICE. 

Code Word 

Jail — One five-dose vial $0.80 

Jane — One ten-dose vial 1.60 

Just — One twenty-dose vial 3.20 

Jerk — One forty-five-dose vial 7.2C 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Blackleg Aggressin is given subcutaneously in five mil 
(5cc) doses and confers an immunity against blackleg that 
is practically certain in every instance. As with blackleg 
filtrate immunity is of long duration and the product being 
germ-free it is impossible to cause death by introducing 
blackleg in using the Aggressin. 

BLACKLEG OR SYMPTOMATIC ANTHRAX. 

(A Concise Discussion) 

Blackleg is a specific infectious disease caused by the bacillus of blackleg, and 
usually characterized by an emphysematous tumefaction. 

OCCURRENCE. 

It is most common in young cattle, those especially between the ages of four 
months and one year, although the disease may affect week-old calves or extremely 
old cattle. This disease is practically universally distributed, as the organism causing 
it retains its vitality in the soil for an indefinite period. Fortunately investigators 
have found ways and means by which blackleg can be prevented. 

SYMPTOMS. 

Blackleg primarily affects cattle, although natural infection in sheep occurs 
and it is possible, by inoculation, to transmit the disease to the horse. It is typified 
by an affection of the voluntary muscles and therefore there is usually a disturb- 
ance of locomotion; there is a high temperature, depression, inappetence, and in 
the majority of instances, a local tumefaction. 

The tumefaction of blackleg is of emphysematous character, and if one's hand 
is rubbed over the affected area, the skin feels parchment-like and there is 
usually a crackling sound due to the contained gas. If an incision is made into the 
tumefaction, a bloody, serous fluid having a peculiar sweetish-sour odor will escape. 

LESIONS. 

The lesions of blackleg are invariably found in the muscle tissue, most com- 
monly in the muscles of locomotion. The affected muscle tissue is dark, dry, and 
brittle, not having the elasticity that is found in normal muscle. Although the lesions 
are usually of the muscles of locomotion, they are sometimes confined to the inter- 
costal muscles or the muscles of the intestine, or even to the heart muscle. 

TREATMENT. 

Blackleg vaccine in the pellet or powdered form has been successfully used by 
many practitioners. The ordinary blackleg vaccine is made by attenuating the 
blackleg germ in affected muscle tissue obtained from an animal dead of blackleg. 

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BLACKLEG FILTRATE. 



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INDICATIONS. 

For the prevention of blackleg in cattle. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared by cultivating the blackleg germ in a special 
medium for a period until the maximum growth is obtained 
and until the liquid becomes thoroughly charged with the 
product of the germs and of the meat contained in the 
medium upon which the blackleg germ acted. 

The product is then concentrated, suitably preserved and 
filtered through porcelain which retains all the germs. It is 
then properly standardized and carefully tested for potency 
on animals, and also bacteriologically for purity. 

Code Word PRICE. 

Welt — 10-dose vial $1.00 

Wail — 50-dose vial 4 00 

Warn — 100-dose vial 7^50 

ADMINISTRATION AND DOSAGE. 

Blackleg Filtrate is administered subcutaneously in doses of three to five mils. As 
it is a germ-free product, it is impossible to produce blackleg with this preparation. 
Furthermore, immunity results in a much larger percentage of cases than where the 
old form of blackleg vaccine is employed; immunity so conferred is also of greater 
duration than that produced by the crude vaccines. 

BLACKLEG PELLETS. 

Single-Dose Vaccine. 
Code Word 

Bone — 10 doses $0.50 

Bolt — 50 doses 2.00 

Burn — 100 doses 3.50 





BLACKLEG OR SYMPTOMATIC ANTHRAX. 

(Continued from Page 114) 

More recently, a more durable and effective product has been found in the Blackleg 
Filtrate, the active principle of which is probably an aggressin. The filtrate is 
prepared by growing pure cultures of the blackleg bacillus, filtering, concentrating 
and preserving the fluid portion of the culture, which is the Blackleg Filtrate. 

Blackleg Aggressin is similar to the Filtrate, except that it is obtained from 
the affected muscle of a calf dead of blackleg. The aggressin is the muscle juice 
filtered and preserved and contains a substance which has been found to give a 
permanent immunity, according to most authorities, to animals in which it is 
injected. The Blackleg Filtrate and Blackleg Aggressin produce an active immunity 
and are therefore to be desired for immunizing calves against blackleg, although 
they are more expensive than the vaccine. 

The dosage for filtrate is 3 to 5 mils, and for aggressin is 5 mils. With any 
of the immunizing preparations good results are not to be expected where the 
disease already exists. 



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MALLEIN. 



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INDICATIONS. 

For the diagnosis of glanders in horses and mules. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from cultures of the glanders bacillus which are more virulent by intra- 
venous injection into rabbits. After growth of such cultures, they are sterilized, 
filtered, concentrated and standardized. 

PRICE. 
OPHTHALMIC MALLEIN. MALLEIN SOLUTION— THERMIC. 

Code Word Code Word 

Oren — One five-test vial with cam- Oven — One-test vial $0.20 

el-hair brush $0.30 Owls— Two-test vial 40 

Often — One ten-test vial with cam- Opal — Five-test vial 90 

el-hair brush 50 Oyez — Ten-test vial 1.50 

The B. mallei in many particulars is very similar to the tuberculous bacillus. 
It produces a toxic product which in infected animals causes a sensitization of the 
tissues and thus makes possible a reaction by the use of the products of the B. mallei. 
The diagnostic agent for glanders is called mallein. 

Two tests have generally been applied in glanders. The thermic test has been 
practically abandoned. The ophthalmic test is accepted throughout the United 
States for interstate shipment of horses. The technique for the ophthalmic mallein 
test is the same as for the ophthalmic tuberculin test, reaction appearing in twelve to 
sixteen hours. 

The intradermal test has not been applied generally to detect glanders in horses, 
although according to experiments, it is a reliable test. ■ It has been employed exten- 
sively in the United States Army but few, if any, official reports on results have 
been made public. However, it is understood that this test is very reliable and satis- 

faetory RABIES VACCINE. 

INDICATIONS. 

Rabies Vaccine is used for the preventive treatment of rabies during the incuba- 
tion period. After the symptoms of the disease are fully developed, Antirabic Treat- 
ment is of no value. A cure for rabies is as yet undiscovered; but the Antirabic 
Treatment is effective in preventing the development of the disease in the domestic 
animals bitten by rabid dogs or other animals. 

SOURCE. 
The material used for immunization against rabies has been called a vaccine; it 
consists of spinal cord tissue that has been subjected to some process to attenuate 
the virus. HOW TO ORDER. 

Whenever occasion arises for use of rabies vaccine, orders should be sent by wire 
using code. A delay of about 48 hours follows the receipt of each order because 
vaccine is prepared for each individual case. 
Code Word PRICE. 

Rent — Vial package: Complete course of Antirabic Treatment for horses and 

cattle. In vials $ 6.00 

Rag — Vial package: Complete course of Antirabic Treatment for dogs and 

cats. In vials 6.00 

Rug — Vial package : Complete course of Antirabic Treatment for human. 

In vials 25.00 

Specific and detailed description of manner of administering treatment Is supplied 
with every order for antirabic vaccine. 



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TUBERCULIN. 



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INDICATIONS. 

For the diagnosis of tuberculosis in cattle. 

SOURCE. 

Prepared from pure cultures of the B. tuberculosis which are standardized and 
tested for potency. Depending upon the manner in which tuberculin is to be used 
it varies as to concentration. 



PRICE. 



TUBERCULIN SOLUTION— THERMIC 

Code Word 

Test — One two-test vial $0.20 

Tubs — One five-test vial 40 

Tile — One ten-test vial 75 

Teal —One 25-test vial 1.50 

Turk— One 100-test vial 5.00 



TUBERCULIN SOLUTION— 
INTRADERMAL. 

Code Word 
Tent — One two-mil vial (10 

doses) $0.25 

Temp — Four two-mil vials (40 

doses) 90 

TUBERCULIN SOLUTION- 
OPHTHALMIC. 

Code Word 

Tech — One five-test vial $0.25 

Tane — One ten-test vial 45 



TUBERCULIN TESTING. 

Three tests for tuberculosis have been developed to a point of reasonable accuracy, 
but each is generally recognized as having certain particular advantages and disad- 
vantages. These tests are generally known as the thermic or subcutaneous, intra- 
dermie or dermal, and ophthalmic. The bacillus of tuberculosis is peculiar in that 
it does not under ordinary circumstances stimulate its host to a higher resistance, but 
instead, sensitizes the tissues of an infected body to its products and upon this principle 
depends the diagnostic value of tuberculin. When tuberculin is introduced into a body 
or on the tissues of an animal that is tuberculous, a reaction follows because of the 
increased sensitization of the tissues. 

REACTIONS. 

Reaction to a tuberculin test consists of three parts: First, a focal reaction; sec- 
ond, a local reaction; and third, a systemic or general reaction. 

Focal reaction consists of an increased tissue action around the infected centers 
or tubercles and may be observed in cases of cutaneous tuberculosis after the admin- 
istration of tuberculin. 

Local reaction consists of tissue lesions at the point of application of tuberculin 
and constitutes evidence of the existence of tuberculosis in animals where the intra- 
dermic or ophthalmic tests are employed. 

The systemic or general reaction consists of rise of temperature with associated 
disturbances of circulation and respiration, and in some cases even collapse of the 
patient. 

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THERMIC OR SUBCUTANEOUS TEST. 

The thermic test has been found very efficient for testing cattle practically all 
over the world. 

This test is made by obtaining not less than three temperatures at least two 
hours apart, before tuberculin is injected. Eight hours after the injection of tuber- 
culin, a temperature record should be obtained to indicate temperature every second 
hour for a period of at least ten hours. 

A reaction to the thermic test consists of a rise of temperature in which the 
increased temperature makes a so-called double curve, the highest temperature read- 
ing being observed in the first curve about twelve hours after the injection of the 
tuberculin, and the highest temperature in the second curve about thirty-six hours 
after injection of tuberculin. 

Careful record of the temperatures should be kept and care exercised in handling 
the animals tested so that they may be disturbed as little as possible. 

The disadvantages of this test are that a variety of disturbances are prone to 
increase the rise of temperature, so that the tuberculin should not be injected if the 
primary temperatures, particularly the last one, are more than 103° F. The thermic 
test, therefore, is not the best test in animals having diseased conditions causing fever 
or in animals that have recently calved and it is difficult to apply in extremely hot 
weather. 

The tuberculin should be administered subcutaneously in this test; the dose vary- 
ing according to the size and condition of the animal, and also according to the tuber- 
culin used. Detailed instructions on this subject are always furnished with tuberculin. 

INTRADERMIC TEST. 

The intradermic tuberculin test has been successfully used for several years, 
being employed by state veterinarians in several states. This test has several advan- 
tages over the thermic test, as it can be applied regardless of the general condition 
of the animal to be tested. Moreover, it is not a time-consuming test, as is the 
thermic test. However, it has the disadvantage of requiring the holding of cattle 
from two to three days for observation, whereas with the thermic test, twenty-four 
hours time is about all that is re.quired. 

The tuberculin for the intradermal test is applied by means of a syringe, prefer- 
ably with a small gauge needle, in the caudal fold or in the margin of the lower eye- 
lid. Extreme care must be exercised that the tuberculin is injected into the skin, and 
not under the skin. The quantity of tuberculin injected varies from three to six 
or seven minims. A reaction consists of a swelling at the point of injection. This 
swelling varies from a soft doughy mass, which may be elongated, extending a dis- 
tance of two to four inches up and down the tail, or involving the entire lower eyelid 
to a dense and hard swelling, varying from 2/5-inch in diameter to the size of a 
hen-egg. 

Reactors that have been injected in the lower eyelid will also show disturbances 
of the conjunctival mucous membrane. 

OPHTHALMIC TUBERCULIN TEST. 

The ophthalmic tuberculin test has not come into general use in veterinary prac- 
tice. For this test especially purified tuberculin is applied directly to the conjunctival 
mucous membrane by means of a camel's hair brush, using the same eye in all cases, 
and leaving the other eye for a check. A reaction becomes manifest in about 24 
hours, consisting of lacrymation succeeded by congestion and inflammation asso- 
ciated with a mucopurulent discharge. The reaction is usually at its height in 16 to 
18 hours after the administration of tuberculin. 

This test has the disadvantage of being masked more or less by disturbances of 
the eye. This is especially true in tuberculin testing in public stock yards. The 
ophthalmic test used in conjunction with the thermic or intradermal test is a splendid 
means of identifying doubtful cases of tuberculosis, the one test apparently intensify- 
ing the other. 

In the foregoing tests it is noted that the systemic disturbance is the factor 
evidenced in the thermic test and the local reaction is manifested in the intradermic 
and ophthalmic tests. 



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TRADE 




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VETERINARY SURGICAL INSTRUMENT SECTION. 



This Catalog contains only the most practical instruments in use today, and in 
particular the latest designs which have been approved by the profession. It carries 
no extravagant praises, inaccurate illustrations or excessive descriptions. Instead, 
it is a straightforward guide of Veterinary requirements, that should be your desk 
companion. 

All of our instruments are made of the very best of steel and are Guaranteed 
to be free from flaws. Should one break from a flaw we will gladly exchange it, but 
cannot hold ourselves liable for breakage from any other causes. 

We carry only high grade instruments and consequently you receive from us the 
best to be obtained. In serving you in this manner we are seldom called upon to 
make good our guarantee, but any defective instrument is replaced without delay, 
and any goods unsatisfactory upon receipt may be returned for credit or refund. 

You will find our instruments to be mechanically perfect, finely finished, and cop- 
per-plated before they are nickel-plated, so less likely to rust. 

Our stock is complete in every line, and your order is forwarded the same day 
it is received by us. 



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DENTAL INSTRUMENTS. 



Herein you will find depicted a line of veterinary dental instruments that repre- 
sents the sum total of many practical suggestions of experienced dental surgeons; 
instruments that have stood the test of hard use; in short, instruments that are as 
nearly perfect in every respect as this is possible; the embodiment of Amvetsco quality 
— the best. 





The above illustration represents the threaded end (where handles are attached; 
on the various cutters and extractors supplied by us. 

Our object in illustrating this portion of the instrument is to enable those wishing 
to complete their sets to order properly. 



Suggestions for Ordering Cutters. 



THE CLOSED CUTTER 



is intended solely for the removal of the rough edges on the molar teeth. Under no 
circumstances should the Closed Cutter be used in place of the Half Open or Open 
Cutter as it is intended Solely for the above mentioned purpose and will break if 
overtaxed. 



THE HALF OPEN CUTTER 

is made expressly for the removal of prongs or projections that are too small to be 
grasped by the Open Cutters and too large for the Closed Cutters without overtaxing- 
them. s 

THE OPEN CUTTERS (Plain and Lever) 

are intended for cutting off elongated molars which are apt to interfere with the 
proper mastication of the food. They are also intended to be used in the removal of 
large projections which are too large to be grasped by the Half Open Cutters. Each 
dental outfit should contain one of each of the above mentioned cutters, and if each 
instrument is used for the purpose for which it is intended, it will last indefinitely 
In using the Open or Half Open Cutter care should be taken to crack the enamel before 
applying full pressure on the handles, this can be done by rotating the cutter as soon 
as it is applied to the tooth, giving the instrument a saw-like motion. 



CASES. 

Two Fold and Three Fold Dental Cases are made to fit the instruments. Built 
especially for each set, every instrument fits in its proper place. These cases are 
made only to order and for each particular set. 



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DENTAL INSTRUMENTS. 

SETS. 

Carrying-, as we do, the largest stock of veterinary instruments in the West enables 
us to quote on any set or combination of dental instruments. If the several sets we have 
listed do not meet with your approval, submit a list of the instruments desired for our 
lowest prices. Correspondence solicited. 




FIG. 100. 



1 Open Cutter 130 

1 Closed Cutter 142 

1 Molar Extractor 231 

1 Pair Handles (to fit above set) 256 

1 Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 274 

1 Incisor Cutter, 9-inch 286 

In Russet Leather Roll, 16x30 inches. (Fig 



"AMVETSCO" DENTAL SET No. 1. 

Fig. Fig. 

1 Set House's Combined Floats 454 

1 Incisor File and Rasp, 10-inch 539 

1 Curette 382 

1 Trephine 307 

1 Screw Driver 

1 Tooth Drill 316 

121) .$44.50 



FIG. 103. 'AMVETSCO" DENTAL SET No. 2. 



Fig. 

1 Open Cutter 130 

1 Closed Cutter 142 

1 Molar Extractor 229 

1 Pair Handles (to fit above set) 260 

1 Incisor Cutter, 13-inch 289 

1 Dental Fulcrum 232 

1 Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 274 

1 Jointed Float 478 

In Russet Leather Roll, size 16x42 inches. 



Fig. 

1 Trephine 322 

1 Tooth Drill 316 

1 Scoop 382 

1 Separating Saw 346 

1 Splinter Forceps, 9-inch 397 

1 Artery Forceps, 5% -inch 
1 Brush 
1 Screw Driver 
(Fig. 124) $57.2S 



FIG. 106. "AMVETSCO" 

Fig. 

1 Multiple Molar Cutter, Open 166 

1 Closed Molar Cutter 142 

1 Closed Molar Extractor ...229 

1 Root Extractor 241 

1 Dental Fulcrum 232 

1 Molar Separating Forceps 221 

1 Pair Handles (to fit above set) 256 

1 Incisor Cutter 289 

1 Wolf Tooth Separating Forceps 283 

1 Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 274 

1 Set Boston Combined Floats 485 

1 Lead Mallet 331 

In Russet Leather Roll, size 16x42 inches. (F 



DENTAL SET No. 3. 

Fig. 

1 Sounding Hook 406 

1 Separating Saw 346 

1 Tooth Drill 316 

1 Trephine with flesh cutter 310 

1 Splinter Forceps, 8-inch 403 

1 Pean's Artery Forceps, 5y 2 -inch 

1 Luer's Curved Rongeur Forceps. ... 379 

1 Bone Chisel 427 

1 Ferguson's Scoop and Elevator 385 

1 Curved Dental Punch 337 

1 Rasp and File, 10-inch 539 

1 Tooth Brush 
ig. 124) $87.33 



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FIG. 109. "AMVETSCO" DENTAL SET No. 4. 



Fig. 

1 Open Cutter 130 

1 Closed Cutter 142 

1 Molar Extractor 231 

1 Pair Handles (to fit above set) 260 

1 Incisor Cutter. 13-inch 289 

1 Small Molar Forceps, 13-inch 244 

1 Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 268 

1 Set Boston Combined Floats 485 

1 Trephine 307 



Figr, 

1 Tooth Drill 316 

1 Incisor File, 10-inch 539 

1 Separating Forceps 283 

1 Separating Saw 346 

1 Artery Forceps, 5% -inch 

1 Splinter Forceps, 9-inch 397 

1 Scalpel. 

1 Brush. 

1 Screw Driver. 



In Russet Leather Roll, 16x42 inches. (Fig. 124). 



. $60.00 



FIG. 112. "AMVETSCO" DENTAL SET No. 5. 



Fig. 

1 Lever Open Cutter 178 

1 - 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

In Russet Leather Roll, 16x42 inches. (Fig. 124) $78.00 



Closed Cutter 142 

Molar Extractor 229 

Root Extractor. . .' 235 

Pair Handles (to fit above set) 260 

Float 460 

Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 268 

Wolf Tooth Elevator 280 



Fig. 

1 Palmer's Rasp and File 506 

1 Trephine 307 

1 Incisor Cutter, 13-inch 289 

1 Separating Saw 346 

1 Splinter Forceps, 9-inch 397 

1 Mouth Speculum 578 

1 Sounding Hook 406 

1 Wolf Tooth Separating Forceps 283 



FIG. 115. "AMVETSCO" DENTAL SET No. 6. 



Fig. 

Open Cutter 130 

Closed Cutter 142 

Molar Extractor 231 



1 Pair Handles (to fit above set) 256 

In Russet Leather Roll, 16x30 inches. (Fig. 



Fig. 

1 House's Jointed Float 460 

1 "Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 268 

1 10-inch File and Rasp 639 

1 Screw Driver. 

121) $35.50 



FIG. 118. "AMVETSCO" DENTAL SET No. 7. 



Fig. 

1 Open Multiple Cutter 166 

1 Closed Cutter 142 

1 Molar Extractor 229 

1 Root Extractor 241 

1 Pair Handles (to fit above set) 260 

Set Quitman's Combined Floats 475 

286 



1 Incisor Cutter, 9-inch 

In Russet Leather Roll, 16x42 inches 



Fig. 

1 Trephine 307 

1 Drill 316 

1 Wolf Tooth Forceps, 9-inch 268 

1 Palmer's Rasp and File 506 

1 Curette 385 

1 Rongeur Forceps 379 

1 Wolf Tooth Elevator 280 



(Fig. 124). 



. $03.00 



DENTAL INSTRUMENT ROLLS. 

Heavy tan leather roll with chamois lining and flaps. Two rows of adjustable leather 
loops for dental and other heavy instruments. 




FI^. 122 — Size 16x42 in... $11.00 



121-123 
Fig. 121— Size 16x30 in..$ 8.50 

Fig. 123— Size 18x42 in. 



.$12.00 



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154 



Fig. 130 — Molar Cutter, open, drop jaw, so designed that the cutting edges may 
encompass the entire tooth at once, thus preventing fracture at an 
undesirable point $7.00 

Fig. 136 — Molar Cutter, half open, drop jaw, same design blade as Fig. 130 7.00 

Fig. 142 — Molar Cutter, closed, drop jaw, light weight, with spring which enables 

the operator to easily manipulate the cutter with one hand 7.00 

Fig. 148 — Molar Cutter, open, bent jaw, the fulcrum is placed so that this instru- 
ment may be used with one hand 7.00 

Fig. 154 — Molar Cutter, closed, bent jaw, same design blade as Fig. 148 7.00 



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178 




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179 



Fig. 166 — Multiple Molar Cutter, wide open, drop jaw. With this cutter equal 

pressure may be brought to bear 1 upon the tooth surface contacted. . .$15.00 

Fig. 172 — Multiple Molar Cutter, half open, drop jaw, same design blade as 

Fig. 166 15.00 

Fig. 178 — Mead's Compound Molar Cutter, improved drop jaw; especially power- 
ful. The side view depicts the compact form of this instrument 16.50 

Fig. 179 — Mead's Compound Molar Cutter, same as Fig. 178, only with plain jaws 16.50 



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221 




Fig. 221 — Molar Separator, Dr. L. A. Merillat's, open, for loosening teeth pre- 
paratory to extraction $7.00 

Fig. 222 — Molar Separator, Dr. L. A. Merillat's, closed 7.00 

Fig. 229 — Upper Molar Extractor, open jaws, (heavy) so designed that jaw pres- 
sure is as nearly equalized over the entire crown surface contacted as 

is possible, thus precluding danger of crushing and slipping 7.00 

Fig. 231 — Lower Molar Extractor, half open jaws, same design jaws as Fig. 229. . 7.00 

Fig. 232— Fulcrum, babbitt metal, to be used with molar extractors 1.00 

Fig. 235 — Root Extractor, regular 7.00 

Fig. 241 — Root Extractor, long, narrow jaws; fulcrum is so placed that the 
handles are not thrown too far apart when tooth splinter or root is 
grasped 7.00 



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258 



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260 



Fig. 244 — Molar Extractor, hand forged, 13-inch $4.50 

Fig. 253 — Root Extractor, hand forged, 13-inch 4.50 

Fig. 254 — Yerton's Lever Handle Clamps for securing) handles when extracting. . 3.00 

Fig. 256 — Handles for molar cutter and extractor; all metal, hollow, per pair 3.50 

Fig. 258 — Handles for molar cutter and extractor; all metal, solid, per pair 3.00 

Fig. 260 — Handles for molar cutter and extractor, wood grip, per pair 3.50 



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280 





262-265 



268-271 



274-277 



286-289 




28.3 



Fig. 262— Wolf Tooth Forceps, Curved, 9-inch $3.50 

Fig. 265— Wolf Tooth Forceps, Curved, 13-inch 4.50 

Fig-.' 268— Wolf Tooth Forceps, Bayonet, 9-inch 3.50 

Fig. 269 — Wolf Tooth Forceps, Merillat's, with long bayonet jaws, 9-inch 3.75 

Fig. 271— Wolf Tooth Forceps, Bayonet, 13-inch 4.50 

Fig. 274 — Wolf Tooth Forceps, Duck Bill, 9-inch 3.50 

Fig. 277— Wolf Tooth Forceps, Duck Bill, 13-inch 4.50 

Fig. 280— Wolf Tooth Elevator, Schwartz's 1.65 

Fig. 283 — Separating Forceps, 9-inch 3.50 

Fig. 286 — Incisor Nippers, 9-inch 4.00 

Fig. 289 — Incisor Nippers, 13-inch 4.50 



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309-310 



304 



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316 




Fig. 304— Dental Drill, Buck's, set of 3 with handle $3.50 

Fig. 307 — Trephine, Gait's, conical. Five sizes, %-, %-, %-, %- and 1-inch 

diameter, each 3.30 

Fig. 309 — Trephine, Amvetsco, square shank, three sizes, %-, %- and 1-inch 3.70 

Fig. 310 — Trephine, Amvetsco, square shank with flesh cutter 5.00 

Pig. 316 — Dental Drill, plain 2.00 

Fig. 319 — Trephine, Conical double reversible, four sizes in case 8.00 

Fig. 322 — Trephine, Conical, double reversible 5.00 



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325-328 




337 



340 



331 




346 



349 




352 

Fig. 325 — Dental Mallet, rawhide $1 00 

Fig. 328— Dental Mallet, fibre l^OO 

Fig. 331 — Dental Mallet, lead filled, non-rebounding- 1 60 

Fig. 332 — Dental Mallet, all steel 2.00 

Fig. 334 — Dental Punch, straight 1.00 

Fig. 337 — Dental Punch, curved 1^00 

Fig. 340 — Dental Punch, bayonet shape 1.50 

Fig. 343 — Tooth Scraper, for cleaning horses' teeth 2.00 

Fig. 346 — Dental Saw, plain 2^00 

Fig. 349 — Dental Saw, with lifting back 2.40 

Fig. 352 — Dental Punch, curved and straight, extra heavy, each 90 

Fig. 355 — Gutta-Percha, superior quality, for filling tooth cavities. Put up in 

sheets about 2^x5^4x%a-inch thick, per sheet 30c. Dozen 3.00 



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358-364 



367-373 



376-379 



382 



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385-388 



Fig. 358 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Liston's, straight, 7-inch $2.90 

Fig. 361— Bone Cutting Forceps, Liston's, straight, 8-inch 3.00 

Fig. 364 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Liston's, straight, 9-inch 3.25. 

Fig. 367 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Liston's, curved on flat, 7-inch 2.90 

Fig. 370 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Liston's, curved on flat, 8-inch 2.90 

Fig. 373 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Liston's, curved on flat, 9-inch 3.25 

Fig. 376 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Luer's (Rongeur), straight 3.50 

Fig. 379 — Bone Cutting Forceps, Luer's (Rongeur), curved 4.00 

Fig. 382 — Bone Curette, Luer's, with hole, all steel, 3 sizes (Cuts of bowls are 

actual sizes), each 1.50 

Fig. 385 — Bone Scoop and Elevator, Ferguson's, 5^2-inch 1.75 

Fig. 388 — Bone Scoop and Elevator, Ferguson's, 7-inch 2.00 



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391 



394 



397-400 



406 



409 



412 

Fig. 391 — Splinter Forceps, Van Buren's, bayonet shaped $2.90 

Fig. 394 — 'Splinter Forceps, Van Buren's, curved sideways 2.50 

Fig. 397 — Splinter Forceps, Hamilton's, 9-inch 3.00 

Fig. 400 — Splinter Forceps, Hamilton's, 12-inch 3.30 

Fig. 403 — Splinter Forceps, Van Buren's, heavy 8-inch 2.50 

Fig. 406 — Dental Sounding Hook, with wood handle 2.00 

Fig. 409 — Dental Hook, sharp, 15 inches long, hook %-inch, with metal handle. . 1.50 

Fig. 412 — Dental Hook, sharp, 15 inches long, hook 1%-inch, with metal handle. . 1.75 



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439 





418 



424 



427 





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430 

Fig. 415— Dental Plane $2.90 

Fig. 418— Tooth Rake, Miller's, jointed 4.00 

Fig. 421— Tooth Rake, Miller's, stiff 3.25 

Fig. 424— Dental Chisel, 3 widths, each 1.60 

Fig. 427— Dental Chisel, 8-inch 1.30 

Fig. 430 — Dental Chisel, Schwartz's, small, straight, 3 sizes, each 90 

Fig. 433 — Dental Gouge, small, 3 sizes, each 1.00 

Fig. 436 — Dental Gouge, McEwen's, 3 sizes, each 1.60 

Fig. 439 — Dental Gouge, 8-inch, square handle 1.25 



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442 




448 




454 





457 



460 



463 

Fig. 442 — Power Dental Float, fitting clipping machines Figs. 2400-6 $5.60 

Fig. 445 — Extra Discs for above, either rasp or file, each 85 

Fig. 448 — Rotary Power Float, Martin's, fitting clipping machines Figs. 2400-6. .10.00 

Fig. 451 — Extra cylinders or files for above, each 1.50 

Fig. 454 — Dental Float, House's combination, straight and angular 2.75 

Fig. 457 — Dental Float, Angular, jointed handle 1.75 

Fig. 460^-Dental Float, House's, straight, jointed 1.75 

Pig. 463 — Dental Float, House's, straight, stiff 1.50 

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494 

Fig. 466 — Dental Float, spoon rasp, jointed (blade is removable) $2.50 

Fig. 469 — Dental Float, Dr. E. L. Quitman's, straight, jointed 2.75 

Fig. 472 — Dental Float, Dr. E. L. Quitman's, angular, jointed 2.75 

Fig 475 — Dental Float, Dr. E. L. Quitman's, combined, angular and straight, 

jointed 5.00 

Fig. 478 — Dental Float, Boston, straight, jointed 2.50 

Fig. 482 — Dental Float, Boston, angular, jointed 2.25 

Fig. 485— Dental Float, Boston, combined angular and straight, jointed 3.50 

Fig. 488 — Dental Float, Universal, straight and angular, adjustable 3.00 

Fig. 491 — Dental Float, Perfection, adjustable 3.50 

Fig. 494 — Dental Float, Alexander's, jointed 2.50 

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497 



Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



Fig. 497- 
Fig. 500- 
Fig. 503- 
Fig. 506- 
Fig. 509- 
Fig. 512- 



515 — Incisor File, 
518 — Incisor Rasp 
521 — Incisor Rasp 
524 — Incisor Rasp. 
527 — Incisor Rasp 
530 — Incisor File, 
533— Incisor File, 
536 — Incisor Rasp, 
539 — Incisor Rasp 
542 — Incisor Rasp 



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542 

-Dental Float, "Amvetsco," adjustable $3.30 

—Incisor Rasp, Palmer's, bayonet shape 1.25 

—Incisor File, Palmer's, bayonet shape 1.25 

—Incisor Rasp and File, Palmer's, bayonet shape 1.25 

—Incisor Rasp and File, Improved 1.25 

—Incisor Rasp, McPherson's 1.25 

McPherson's 1.25 

and File, McPherson's 1.25 

and File, Double concave, 18-inch 1.75 

with wood handle, 10-inch 1.25 

and File, curved, 12-inch : 1.25 

"S" shape, 12-inch 1.25 

straight, 10-inch, 90c, 12-inch 1.00 

straight, 10-inch, 90c, 12-inch 1.00 

and File, straight, 10-inch, 90c, 12-inch 1.25 

and File, improved, 15-inch 1.25 



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545 



548-551 



554 



557 




560 



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563 



566 

Fig. 545— Blades for House's Float, all file, each $ .30, dozen, $3.00 

Fig. 548 — Blades for House's Float, all rasp, each 30, dozen 3.00 

Fig. 551 — Blades for House's Float, rasp and file, each 30, dozen 3.00 

Above blades will fit floats, figures 454-457-460-463-491-494-497. 
Fig. 554 — Blades for Dr. E. L. Quitman's Float (Fig. 469-475). Prices same as Figs. 

545-551. 
Fig. 557 — Blades for Boston Float (Fig. 478-485). Prices same as Figs. 545-551. 
Fig. 560— Miller's Tooth Rake Blade, to fit floats, Figs. 454, 457, 460, 463, 469, 

472, 488, 497, each 2.00 

Fig. 563 — Blades for Spoon Rasp (Fig. 466), rasp only, each $ .40, dozen 4.50 

Fig. 566 — I. X. L. Wire File Card, for cleaning float blades and incisor rasps, each .50 



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FIG. 578. McPHERSON HAND FORGED MOUTH SPECULUM. 

The McPherson Mouth Speculum needs no introduction to the profession. This 
instrument has given universal satisfaction since it was first placed on the market. 
It is made of hand forged steel and very durable. The ratchets in side arms are 
cut deeply, allowing the catch to fit well down and insures perfect safety. It is 
impossible to close it by jerking of the animal's head, and the operator has plenty 
of room for use of all instruments. Supplied with both cupped plates and rubber 
covered plates, for work on either molars or incisors. Each instrument guaranteed 
to give satisfaction. 

Price each $10.00 




FIG. 581. SIMPLEX MOUTH SPECULUM. 



Consists of four hand forged curved side bars, which, when in operation, are 
held open by tv/o hand forged steel ratchet bars. It is also furnished with two 
sets of dental plates. The flat rubber cushioned plates to be used when working on 
the incisor teeth, and the semi-lunar shaped plates to be used when operating on the 
molars. These plates are interchangeable and when adjusted are held in place by a 
patented keyhole shaped engaging lock. May be easily and quickly taken apart and 
carried in grip. Fitted with strong leather straps, and highly nickel plated. 
Price $10.00 



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FIG. 585— CONKEY'S DENTAL HALTER. 

We feature the Conkey Dental Halter only, as 
it has proved the most desirable and popular 
of our various pattern halters. The heavy forged 
steel nose-piece is leather covered, and the leather 
stock used throughout is selected from the best 
heavy harness material. Hand stitched buckles 
and rings. The tie rings are so adjusted as to fa- 
cilitate perfect restraint when tie ropes are se- 
cure. The halter is adjustable for animals of 
any size. 
Price $9.75 




585 




FIG. 590. DR. L. A. MERILLAT'S MOUTH GAG. 

Is simple in construction, easily applied, and 
will not annoy or frighten the animal. 

It is so constructed as to allow access to the 
mouth from the front or either side without 
obstructing the way of any instrument that may 
be used, and fits into compact space, small 
enough to be carried in the pocket or emergency 
bag. 
Price $1.50 



590 



SWALES PATENTED MOUTH SPECULUM. 

This serviceable and convenient instrument 
may be applied without assistance or twitching, 
as easily as a bit. It is particularly desirable for 
emergency use and because of its size and weight, 
which is only 12 ounces, it may easily be carried 
in the emergency bag. 

It is supplied in three sizes, for horses and 
cattle, sheep, swine and dogs. 

PRICE. 

Fig. 591— Horses and Cattle $3.00 

Fig. 592 — Swine, Sheep and Rig Dogs 1.50 

Fig. 593— Small Dogs and Cats 1.25 




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608 614-617 

Fig. 596 — Drenching Bit, with halter, non-corrosive metal $3.00 

Fig. 599 — Drenching Bottle, soft rubber 2.00 

Fig. 602 — Drenching Bit, Burton's, with straps 3.00 

Fig. 605 — Drenching Bit, Burton's, without straps 2,50 

Fig. 608 — Mouth Speculum, Edward's 1.25 

Fig. 611 — Drenching Bit, Cody's, with straps 2.90 

Fig. 614 — Balling Iron, nickel-plated 1.10 

Fig. 617 — Balling Iron, plain, Japanned 75 



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620 

FIG. 620— THE "AMVETSCO" IMPROVED BALLING GUN. 

This improved instrument is supplied with three finger-like spring's which hold the 
ball securely until it is dislodged by the piston, thus preventing- embarrassing- results 
from irritating drugs caused by misplaced capsule. It has tapered head to permit 
withdrawing gun from mouth without striking the teeth or knocking off the head of the 
instrument. Made in two styles, straight and curved, with and without springs in head. 
Length 15 inches. 

Fig. 630 — "Amvetsco" Improved Balling Gun, with straight handle $2.50 

Fig. 623 — "Amvetsco" Improved Balling Gun, with curved handle 2.75 

Fig. 620 — "Amvetsco" Improved Balling Gun, with straight handle, without springs 

in head 2.25 

Fig. 629 — "Amvetsco" Improved Balling Gun, with curved handle, without springs 

in head 2.50 




Fig:. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 

Fig. 
Fig. 

Fig. 



638-641 644-647 



632 — Straight Balling Gun, with spring release $3.00 

635 — Arnold's Balling Gun, with trigger spring release. ..!'/.!! o!«0 

636 — Steel Head Balling Gun, Government style, length 15 inches ' 2.25 

638 — Three Ring Balling Gun, extra heavy, straight head, length 15 inches 1 ' 2.25 
641 — Three Ring Balling Gun, with spring to hold capsule, same as "Amvetsco" 

pattern, Fig. 620 2, 50 

644 — Garland Balling Gun, curved handle, straight head, length 17 inches 2 50 

64T — Garland Balling Gun, curved handle, with spring to hold capsule same as 

"Amvetsco" pattern, Fig. 623 2.75 

653 — Bland's Balling Gun, with plunger same size as head for' administering 

powders, length 12% inches 2.00 



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660 
FIG. 659. KNISELY DOUBLE-CURRENT STOMACH TUBE. 

„ ■ T , he , tlme element « one to be considered in using the stomach tube. With the 
Knisely double current tube, you can not only siphon out the stomach contents, but it 
is also possible to thoroughly wash out the stomach, which cannot be readily done 
with the single current tube. This is the particularly advantageous feature of the 
double tube, although there are many additional circumstances where this tube is 
useful in your work, such as rectal injections, flushing the uterus and for chokes on 
solid and soft feed. 

The tube is little larger than the ordinary single tube, as the small inlet tube 
is molded into the wall of the outlet extending within y 2 inch of the end of the 
larger tube, which prevents any possible obstruction to the outflow. It is rein- 
forced at the bifurcation with a metal clamp, which will prevent it tearing apart at 
this point. Outside diameter, if inch; diameter of bore % inch; length 10 feet. 
Price, including reed stylet $10.50 

FIG. 660— STALLSMITH DOUBLE CURRENT STOMACH TUBE. 

Same design as Knisely Tube, only made 
with cloth insertion as illustrated. 
Price, each, including reed stylet $11.00 




662-66c 



FIG. 662. SINGLE STOMACH TUBE. 

Is made of a superior grade of. flexible maroon rubber tubing of the proper con- 
sistency to allow of its easy introduction into the stomach either through the nose or 
mouth. Being tapered at one end it can be inserted into the rectum, vagina, nose or 
mouth without the slightest danger of injuring the mucous membrane lining of these 
parts. It can also be used as a probang when the stylet is inserted in mild cases of 
choke. Dimensions: Outside diameter, % inch; diameter of bore, % inch; length, 

10 feet. Price $5.00 

Fig. 663 — Flexible Maroon Stomach Tube, large size. Outside diameter %-inch; 

diameter of bore %-inch; length 10 feet 5.50 

Fig. 665 — Reed Stylets, for above tubes, each 50 



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FIG. 668. CAHILL'S STOMACH TUBE. 

A most practical tube, designed by Prof. F. M. 
Cahill, made of pure black rubber with cloth 
insertion, 10 feet long. Considered superior to 
the soft rubber tubes, as it is much stiffer and 
requires no stylet. The end is polished hard 
rubber, which will not irritate while being 
passed, and of sufficient size to prevent tube 
entering the trachea. Lumen large enough to 
permit passage of kernel of corn. Can also be 
used as a probang. 

Price $4.00 



FIG. 671. "AMVETSCO" METAL FLEXIBLE 
STOMACH TUBE. 

Made of non-corrosive flexible metal. Can be 
sterilized by boiling, easily carried in emerg- 
ency bag. May be attached to stomach pump 
and being as flexible as rubber serves the 
every purpose of the rubber tube. Especially 
desirable for removal of choke. Length, 10 
feet. 



Price. 



, $4.50 




FIG. 674. "AMVETSCO" CONTINUOUS FLOW COMBINATION INJECTION AND 

SUCTION PUMP. 





674 



Made of heavy brass throughout, heavily nickel-plated, double plunger soaked in 
oil, very simple in construction, no parts to get out of order or rust. The upper por- 
tion of the piston rod is packed so that when manipulating there is no leakage. A 
decided improvement over the old-fashioned, single flow pump. All parts are inter- 
changeable. Length over all, 16 inches. 

Price each $4.00 



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Fig. 689 — Emergency Outfit, Comprising: 

One "Amvetsco" Continuous Flow Combina- 
tion Injection and Suction Pump (Fig. 
674). 
One Best Quality Maroon Rubber Stomach 
Tube, 10 feet long (Fig. 662), with reed 
stylet (Fig. 665). 
In Waterproof Fibre Carrying Case, with 
catches and convenient handle. 

Price, complete $10.50 

Fig. 692 — Emergency Outfit, Comprising: 

One "Amvetsco" Continuous Flow Combina- 
tion Injection and Suction Pump (Fig. 
674). 

Six feet heavy cloth inserted Rubber Tubing. 

One long and one short wood nozzle (Fig. 
683-686). 

One Waterproof Fibre Carrying Case, with 
catches and convenient handle. 

Price, complete $7.50 



683 



677-680 



686 

Fig. 677 Probang, for cattle, leather covered, fine quality, 6 feet long $ 7.75 

Fig.' 678 Probang, for horses, leather covered, fine quality, 8 feet long 10.25 

Fig'. 680 — Probang, for calves, sheep, etc., fine quality 5.20 

Fig. 683— Injection Pump Tubing Nozzle, made of hard wood, 5 14 -inch 50 

Fig. 686 — Injection Pump Tubing Nozzle, made of hard wood, 13% -inch 50 



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SYRINGES. 





"AMVETSCO" DOSE SYRINGES. 

Warranted Heavy Brass, Seamless, Double Leather Packed, Dent Proof, Durable. 

As there are so many cheap and unreliable dose syringes on the market we have 
decided to market one that is made of heavy seamless tubing, and brass throughout. 
It is our policy to give our customers "Value Received" in every transaction, and 
this, we have decided to do on the dose syringe proposition, even tho' our margin 
of profit be small, knowing as we do, that these syringes are being used extensively. 
Our syringe is made sufficiently heavy to resist the crushing force of the animal's 
jaw; heavily nickel plated and highly finished. The new one piece barrel is so con- 
structed as to allow the last drop of contents to be expelled. 

The top cap is turned from solid brass and screws firmly over barrel, thus pre- 
venting any possible leakage. Also the barrel and tips are fitted together with long 
thread coupling insuring unleakable connection at that point that will last and not 
break off. The piston and ring top are extra heavy and made to withstand the 
ordinary usage. 

The new double type packings 
used in "Amvetsco" Dose Syringes 
are made of specially prepared 
solid leather, well fitted into barrel 
and held on to the piston with 
threaded heavy steel washers. Being supplied with an oil chamber to lubricate them 
insures an easy sliding unleakable plunger that will not readily dry out. 

Either spool end (as illustrated above) or three ring style. Length over all 
12% inches. Each syringe and pipes packed in a neat box ready for use. 

NO BETTER DOSE SYRINGE CAN BE MADE. 

Fig. 695 — Spool Top Syringe, fitted with one 3-inch Dose Pipe and one 6-inch Quittor 

Pipe, one or two-ounce capacity. 

Each $1.25 Half Dozen $7.00 Dozen $13.20 

Fig. 696 — Spool Top Syringe, fitted with one 6-inch Dose Pipe, one or twu-ounce 

capacity. 

Each $1.25 Half Dozen $7.00 Dozen $13.20 

Fig. 697 — Spool Top Syringe, fitted with one 9-inch Dose Pipe, straight or curved, 

one or two-ounce capacity. 

Each $1.50 Half Dozen $8.50 Dozen $16.50 

Fig 698 — Spool Top Syringe, fitted with one 6-inch Dose Pipe and one 6-inch Quittor 

Pipe, one or two-ounce capacity. 

Each $1.40 Half Dozen $8.00 Dozen $15.00 

Fig. 699 — Three-Ring Syringe, fitted with one 6-inch Dose Pipe, one or two-ounce 

capacity. 

Each $1.50 Half Dozen $8.50 Dozen $16.50 

Fig. 700 — Three-Ring Syringe, fitted with one 9-inch Dose Pipe, straight or curved, 

one or two-ounce capacity. 

Each $1.65 Half Dozen $9.50 Dozen $18.00 

Fig. 701 — Three-Ring Syringe, fitted with one 3-inch Dose Pipe and one 6-inch Quittor 

Pipe, one or two-ounce capacity. 

Each $1.50 Half Dozen $8.50 Dozen $16.50 

Fig. 702 — Three-Ring Syringe, fitted with one 6-inch Dose Pipe and one 6-inch Quittor 

Pipe, one or two-ounce capacity. 

Each $1.65 Half Dozen $9.50 Dozen $18.00 



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SYRINGES 




716-717 




703 



719 722 



725 






731 734 737 

Fig. 70'! — Dose Syringe, all metal, soool top, 2-oz., each $ , 3.25 

Pis;,-. 704 — Dose Syringe, nickel-plated, three rings, two pipes. 1-oz., each $1.50, doz, . 16.50 
Fie;. 707 — Dose Syringe, nickel-plated, three rings, two pipes, 2-oz., each $1.50, doz. . 16.50 
Fig:. 708 — Dose .Syringe, nickel-plated, three rings, two pipes, 4-oz., each $2.50, doz.. 27.00 

Fig. 716 — Dose Syringe Pipe, length three inches, outside diameter % in 25 

Fig. 717 — Dose Syringe Pipe, length six inches, outside diameter % in 40 

Fig. 719 — Dose Syringe Pipe, length 5% in., outside diameter f„ in 25 

Fig. 722 — Dose Syringe Pipe (very fine), 5y 2 in., for small fistulae, etc., outside diam- 
eter % in 75 

Fig. 725 — Dose Syringe Pipe, curved, length 10 in., outside diameter % in 75 

Fig. 728 — Dose Syringe Pipe, straight, length 9 in., outside diameter % in 50 

Fig. 731 — Needle Adapter, standard screw 25 

Fig. 734 — Needle Adapter, standard slip 25 

Fig. 737 — Needle Adapter, serum slip 25 

NOTE — "With the increased use of Veterinary Hypodermic Needles much confusion has 
arisen from the number of "odd slips" supplied. The emergency use of the 
varieties more commorly met is made possible by our line of adapters. They 
may also be attached to dose syringes, thereby converting them into a hypoder- 
mic syringe. 



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SYRINGES. 





764 




767-770 





773 




740-752 



755 



758 



761 



Fig. 740 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 4-ounce $1.50 

Fig. 743 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 6-ounce 1.80 

Fig. 746 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 12-ounce 2.40 

Fig. 749 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 16-ounce 4.80 

Fig. 752 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 20-ounce 5.40 

Fig. 755 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, 1-ounce, with long nozzle, each $1.00; doz. .11.00 

Fig. 758 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, spool grip, 2-ounce, with two nozzles 2.05 

Fig. 761 — Bulb Syringe, "Amvetsco," with three nozzles 1.00 

Fig. 764 — Catheter Syringe, hard rubber, %-ounce, with leather packing 90 

Fig. 767 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, 1-ounce, with leather packing, each $0.60; 

dozen 6.50 

Fig. 770 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, 2-ounce, with leather packing 85 

Fig. 773 — Dose Syringe Pipe, hard rubber, blunt point 35 



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Fig. 

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Fig. 
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788-794 797-809 812 815 818 82] 

776 — Syringe, jet cap and glass piston, cotton twine packing, 1 drachm. 

Each, $0.12: dozen $1.25 

779 — Syringe, jet cap and glass piston, cotton twine packing, 2 drachm. 

Each, $0.18; dozen 1.S0 

782 — Irrigator, half round, enamel, seamless, capacity two quarts; with 6 feet 

rubber tubing, shutoff and one long and one short hard rubber pipe 1.65 

785 — Irrigator, half round, enamel, seamless, with handle, capacity two quarts; 

with 6 feet rubber tubing, shutoff and one long and one short hard rubber 

pipe 1.80 

78S — Injection Syringe, steel piston rod, brass finished, one 6-inch and one 

8-inch dose tip supplied with each syringe, 12-ounce 4.00 

791 — Injection Syringe, steel piston rod, brass finished, one 6-inch and one 

8-inch dose tip supplied with each syringe, 18-ounce 5.00 

794 Injection Syringe, steel piston rod, brass finished, one 6-inch and one 

8-inch dose tip supplied with each syringe, 36-ounce 6.00 

797 — Injection Syringe, pewter, with 2 pipes, 12-ounce 2.60 

800 — Injection Syringe, pewter, with 2 pipes, 16-ounce 3.00 

803 — Injection Syringe, pewter, with 2 pipes, 24-ounce 4.20 

800 — Injection Syringe, pewter, with 1 pipe, 36-ounce 5.40 

809 Injection Syringe, pewter, with 1 pipe, 48-ounce 6.60 

812 Glass Barrel Syringe, metal mounted, long metal pipe, ring handle 1.80 

815 Injection Syringe, pewter, ring handle, 1-inch pipe, leather packing. 

Each, $0.50; dozen 5.50 

818 Bulb Syringe, 2%-ounce, 2%-inch pipe. Each, $0.25; dozen 2.50 

821 Bulb Syringe, 2 -ounce, 8 -inch pipe. Each, .50; dozen 5.00 



Us 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



RECTAL INJECTION APPARATUS. 




A RECTAL AND VAGINAL INJECTION SYRINGE THAT IS A REAL SUCCESS. 



In the American Vacuum Set we have a syringe that is free of the 
of all previous devices, and with which all difficulties are overcome. 



disadvantages 



The efficiency of the instrument is due wholly to the manner of attachment to the 
animal, which is by vacuum force. The set consists of a vacuum tank and a set of 
various size syringe cups and nozzles, as required for the different animals. 

The statement that there has at last been perfected an instrument which may be 
successfully used in the making of rectal and vaginal injections in animals, is sufficient 
to attract the attention of every practicing veterinarian, for no one knows so well as the 
veterinarian, the value of such treatment, and no one knows so well that up to> this 
time there has not been an instrument or device for such a purpose, that has been in 
any great measure a success. Every veterinarian knows, too, that the reasons for such 
instruments proving unsatisfactory, or the failure to get the desired results from their 
use, was that a sufficient quantity of fluid could not be introduced, or could not be 
retained for a sufficient length of time. We are pleased to announce to the profession 
that with the American Vacuum Syringe all such difficulties are overcome. 

By the manner of attaching it to the animal, any quantity of liquid may be in- 
jected and retained for any required length of time. The attachment is accomplished 
by vacuum force, and when properly applied will retain every drop of fluid injected, 
and will remain attached until released by the operator. 

We do not wish to even suggest to the practitioner where and when such treatment 
is indicated, but we do wish to say that not until he sees the perfection of the instru- 
ment, can he appreciate the field for its use. Besides its usefulness in such conditions 
of the large bowel as indigestion, impaction, parasites, etc., it is especially effective in 
specific diarrhea of colts and calves, since a sufficient quantity of antiseptic solution 
to completely cover the field of infection may be introduced and held there until the 
physiological action of the remedy is secured. 

Another field in which the value of the instrument cannot be appreciated until 
used, is in obstetrical work, especially in small animals, and in the removal of retained 



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CUT SHOWING PUMP AND VARIOUS SIZE VACUUM CUPS USED. 

placenta; in the latter case, the introduction of a sufficient quantity of liquid at a tem- 
perature of about 115 degrees, to slightly distend the organ and hold it so for a few 
minutes, will cause the membranes to be readily detached. In sterility of females, 
whether this be a catarrhal condition of the parts or whether a dilitation of the os be 
necessary, the instrument will be found most effective. When it is necessary to disin- 
fect the sheath of the bull, it is the only practical instrument. 

The set of vacuum cups for the attachment of the syringe, consists of different 
sizes for applying to animals of any size. 

The vacuum tank has many uses for the veterinarian. It may be used with his 
aspirating attachment, or, by reversing the valves, it may be used as a compression 
tank, and attached to his thermo cautery. Perhaps the most important use for the 
compression tank is in the treatment of milk fever in cows. 

This tank is so constructed that a quantity of antiseptic solution may be placed in 
the bottom, and as the air is compressed, it must be forced through this solution. The 
tank may be filled where the air is clean and the compressed air carried with the anti- 
septic solution until used. An air filter consisting of a glass container in which may 
be placed sterilized gauze or cotton through which the air must pass, is also provided, 
and the filter may be saturated with hydrogen dioxide if desired. 

The advantages of this tank over the oxygen tank are: It is never empty, it need 
never be returned to the factory to be refilled, and it is much less expensive. The com- 
pression tank may also be used in producing a spray or with an atomizer. 

Price, outfit complete as illustrated $55.00 

Note: The above outfit is a patented item, and delivered to us by the manu- 
facturer as mechanically perfect — cash with each order, consequently our sales must 
be handled accordingly. 



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SYRINGES. 
RECTAL INJECTION APPARATUS. 




FIG. 824— DR. KELLOGG'S RECTUM-LOCK SYRINGE. 

Patented United States and Canada. The most valuable device ever invented for 
treating Colic Impaction, Locked Bowels, etc. Can be used with any Injection Pump 
or Syringe. 

Its peculiar merit is that it can be placed in the rectum and expanded to fit so 
snugly that the animal cannot expel the injection until the operator sees fit to release 
the bulb — a feature not found in any other rectum syringe. After expanding the bulb 
with air or water, using the injection pump, the valve is turned and the liquid passes 
through the animal. By using this syringe there can be as much as fifty pounds (50 
lbs.) of water pumped in at once without the patient being able to expel it. By this 
method you can force the injection back into the colon, where it will soften and break 
down hard faeces, and the bowels will soon discharge all obstructions. It facilitates 
increases and maintains the action of purgatives, destroys and removes worms infest-' 
ing the large intestines, unloads the bowels in cases of azoturia, without exciting the 
patient. In short, the results attained from high colonic flushing in the human being 
may be secured in horses and cattle by means of this Rectum-Lock Syringe. 

Price, as illustrated »i a qq 

Continuous Flow Pump, with 6 ft. tubing for same ..................,.'..','..'.'. 5M 



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\/ lKINCi Ail-Purpose Syringes 

The following cuts are illustrative of the comparative sizes and styles of Viking 
All Purpose Syringes. Cuts are one-half actual size. 




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For prices on above syringes see pages 153-154. 

For prices on repairs for above syringes' see page 155.. 



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\/ JKINCi All-Purpose Syring< 



es 




80-CC 



For prices on above syringes see pages 153-154. 

For prices on repairs for above syringes see page 155. 



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X/jKINCi All-Purpose Syringes 

_ ' M CVRTFRTISJARV-I 



TRADE MARK REGISTERED 



(VETERINARY) 



... Tnese Syringes have proved superior in the treatment of Hog- Cholera. They are also 
efficiently adapted for Biological Work, administering of Black Leg Vaccine, Bacterins, 
tuberculin, Virus, etc. The removable Cap Adapter makes the VIKING Syringe especially 
suitable also for General Hypodermic Medication. A powerful and thoroughly practical 
instrument, widely popular with Veterinarians, and because of its universal application, 
correctly termed the VIKING ALL-PURPOSE Syringe. 

All VIKING Syringes have fenestrated metal frame, wide finger bars, glass barrel, 
and double rubber packings which can be expanded at any point by the most perfect 
device. A turn of the plunger head to the right tightens the packings, and a turn to 
the left loosens them. Plunger heads on the smaller sizes are button-top. The larger 
sizes have oval palm rests. Piston rod is graduated in cubic centimeters, and has set nut 
for regulating; dosage. Each syringe is tested and graduated to its exact capacity. Glass 
barrels do not taper, and uniform pressure is nssured. Double rubber packingrs make 
leakage and sticking to the barrel practically impossible. Contents of the syringe may 
be expelled -with comparatively little pressure, and the wear on the syringe is slight in 
consequence, thus insuring long life to the instrument. VIKING Syringes are easily 
taken apart for sterilization. 




PRICES ON VIKING SYRINGES. 

FOR INTRADERMAL AND BACTERIN USE. 

Fig. 827 — 2cc Viking Syringe, only $1.90 

Fig 827P — 2cc Viking Syringe,! complete with two intradermal needles, in paper 

box 2.05 

Fig. 827W — 2cc Viking Syringe, complete with two intradermal needles, in wood 

case 3.15 

Fig. 827M — 2cc Viking Syringe, complete with two intradermal needles, in metal 

case 3.60 

BACTERIN. 

Fig. 828 — 4cc Viking Syringe, only $2.05 

Fig. 828P 4ec Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 2.50 

Fig! 828W 4cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in wood case 3.60 

Fig! 828M 4cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in metal case 4.50 

GENERAL MEDICATION. 

Fig. 829 — 6cc Viking Syringe, only $2.25 

Fig 829P 6cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 2.70 

Fig 829W 6cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in wood case 3.85 

Fig 829M 6cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in metal case 5.15 



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VIRUS. 

Fig. 830 — 8cc Viking Syringe, only $2.50 

Fig. 830P — 8cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 2.95 

Fig. 830W — 8cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in wood case 4.05 

Fig. 830M — 8cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in metal case 4.95 

BLACKLEG AND VIRUS. 

Fig. 831 — lOcc Viking Syringe, only $2.70 

Fig. 831P — lOcc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 3.15 

Fig. 831W — lOcc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in wood case 4.30 

Fig. 831M — lOcc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in metal case 5.20 

BLACKLEG AND HOG CHOLERA. 

Fig. 832 — 20cc Viking Syringe, only $3.15 

Fig. 832P — 20cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 3.60 

Fig. 832W — 20cc Viking Syringe, complete with four needles, in wood case 5.20 

BLACKLEG AND HOG CHOLERA. 

Fig. 833 — 25cc Viking Syringe, only $3.40 

Fig. 833P — 25cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 3.85 

Fig. 833W — 25cc Viking Syringe, complete with four needles, in wood case 5.40 

HOG CHOLERA. 

Fig. 834 — 30cc Viking Syringe, only $3.40 

Fig. 834P- — 30cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 3.85 

Fig. 834W — 30cc Viking Syringe, complete with four needles, in wood case 5.40 

HOG CHOLERA. 

Fig. 835 — 45cc Viking Syringe, only $4.30 

Fig. 835P — 45cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 4.75 

Fig. 835W — 45ec Viking Syringe, complete with four needles, in wood case 6.55 

HOG CHOLERA. 

Fig. 836— 60cc Viking Syringe, only $4.95 

Fig. 836P — 60cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 5.40 

Fig. 836W — 60cc Viking Syringe, complete with four needles, in wood case 7.20 

HOG CHOLERA. 

Fig. 837 — 80cc Viking Syringe, only $5.65 

Fig. 837P — 80cc Viking Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box 6.10 

Fig. 837W — 80cc Viking Syringe, complete with four needles, in wood case 7.90 

HOG CHOLERA SIMULTANEOUS OUTFIT 30/8. 

Fig. 838— One 8cc Virus Syringe, 

case '. . . 10.10 



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VIKING SYRINGE REPAIRS AND PARTS. 



155 





Glass 
Barrels 


Rubber 

Packing's 

Per Set 


Barrel End 

Washers 
(two in set) 


Wood 
Case 
Only 


Metal 
Case 
Only 




Eacl 


Dozer. 


Each 


Dozen 


Dozen 


Each 


Each 


Fig. 842— For 


2cc Viking 


$0.25 


$2.90 


$0.25 


$2.90 


$0.40 


$1.25 


$1.75 


Fig. 843— For 




.30 


3.50 


.25 


2.90 


.40 


1.25 


1.75 


Fig. 844 — For 


6cc Viking 


.30 


3.50 


.25 


2.90 


.40 


1.25 


1.75 


Fig. 845— For 


8cc Viking 


.35 


4.00 


.25 


2.90 


.40 


1.25 


1.75 


Fig. 846 — For 


lOec Viking 


.35 


4.00 


.25 


2.90 


.40 


1.26 


1.75 


Fig. 847— For 


20cc Viking 


.40 


4.50 


.30 


3.50 


.40 


1.50 




Fig. 848 — For 


25cc Viking 


.45 


5.25 


.30 


3.50 


.40 


1.50 




Fig. 849— For 


30cc Viking 


.45 


5.25 


.30 


3.50 


.40 


1.50 




Fig. 850— For 




.50 


5.50 


.35 


4.00 


.40 


1.50 




Fig. 851— For 


60cc Viking 


.50 


5.50 


.35 


4.00 


.40 


1.50 




Fig. 852— For 


80cc Viking 


.55 


5.50 


.35 


4.00 


.40 


1.50 





EXTRA ADAPTERS FOR VIKING SYRINGE. 




VIKING ADAPTER - 
PARIS SLIP 

853 




VIKING ADAPTER- 
CENTAUR SLIP 

854 




VIKING ADAPTER- 
REGULAR THREAD 

855 



Fig. 853 — Viking Adapter, Paris or large slip connection, each $0.20 

Fig. 854 — Viking Adapter, Regular or small slip connection, each 20 

Fig. 854 — Viking Adapter, Standard screw, each 20 



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SYRINGES. 




CHAMPION HOG CHOLERA SERUM SYRINGES 



Needle. 

Adapter. 

Removable Cylinder End. 

Fenestrated Metal Cylinder. 

Glass Barrel. 

Lower End of Expander. 



Rubber Packing-. 

Upper Part of Expander. 

Finger Grip. 

Set Screw for Dose Regulation. 

Palm Rest. 

Filling Tube. 



Cut shown above is typical of the entire line of Champion Hog Cholera Syringes. 
It is extremely durable and particularly, 1 adapted for hog cholera work because the ex- 
panding device permits expansion or contraction of the plunger at any point in the 
barrel by simply turning the palm. rest. This greatly facilitates cleansing. 

Fig. 861 — 8ec Champion Syringe, only $2.20 

Fig. 861P — 8cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box... 2.60 
Fig. 861W — 8cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in wood case. . . 3.85 
Fig. 861M — Sec Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in metal case. . . 4.35 

Fig. 864 — lOcc Champion Syringe, only $2.25 

Fig. 864P — lOcc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box... 2.65 
Fig. 864W — lOcc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in wood case... 3.95 
Fig. 864M — lOcc Champ'on Syringe, complete with two needles, in metal case... 4.50 




Fig. 867 — 12cc Champion Syringe, only 

Fig. 867P — 12cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box. 
Fig. 867W — 12cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in wood case. 
Fig. 867M — 12cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in metal case. 

Fig. 870 — 20cc Champion Syringe, only 

Fig. 870P — 20cc Champion Syringe, complete with 

Fig. 870W — 20cc Champion Syringe, complete with 

Fig. 870M — 20cc Champion Syringe, complete with 

Fig. 871 — 25cc Champion Syringe, only 

Fig. 871P — 25cc Champion Syringe, complete with 
Fig. 871W — 25cc Champion Syringe, complete with 
Fig. 871M — 25cc Champion Syringe, complete with 



two needles, in paper box. 
six needles, in wood case, 
six needles, in metal case. 



two needles, in paper box. 
six needles, in wood case, 
six needles, in metal case. 



. $2.25 
. 2.65 
. 4.50 
. 5.10 

. $2.70 
. 3.10 
. 4.95 
. 5.50 

.$3.10 

3.50 

. 5.15 

. 5.90 



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873 — 30cc Champion Syringe, only, (short style) $3.25 

873P — 30cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box... 3.65 
873W — 30ca Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in wood case... 5.45 
873M — 30cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in metal case... 6.20 

876 — 40cc Champion Syringe, only $3.85 

876P — 40cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box... 4.25 
876W — 40cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in wood case... 5.95 
876M — 40cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in metal case... 6.75 

879 — 50cc Champion Syringe, only $4.50 

879P — 50cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box... 4.90 
879W — 50cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in wood case... 6.60 

882 — 80cc Champion Syringe, only $ 5 - 50 

882P — 80cc Champion Syringe, complete with two needles, in paper box... 5.90 
882W — 80cc Champion Syringe, complete with six needles, in wood case... 8.10 

CHAMPION SIMULTANEOUS OUTFIT 30/8. 

885— One 8cc Virus Syringe, one 30cc Champion Syringe, with six needles, 

in wood case, without thermometer $7.65 

gg6 Same as Fig. 885, together with one No. 1120' thermometer, in case. . . 8.65 

CHAMPION SIMULTANEOUS OUTFIT 40/8. 
888— One 8cc Virus Syringe, one 40cc Champion Syringe, with six needles, in 

wood case, without thermometer • $8.10 

8S 9 Same as Fig. 888, together with one No. 1120 thermometer, in case 9.10 

CHAMPION SIMULTANEOUS OUTFIT 50/8. 
890— One 8cc Virus Syringe, one 50cc Champion Syringe, with six needles 

in wood case, without thermometer 5S-SU 

g91 Same as pig. 890, together with one No. 1120 thermometer in case 9.80 




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SYRINGES. 



CHAMPION SYRINGE REPAIRS AND PARTS. 



Fig. 891— For 

Fig. 892— For 

Fig. 893— For 

Fig. 894— For 

Fig. 895— For 

Fig. 896— For 

Fig. 897— For 

Fig. 898— For 

Fig. 899— For 



8cc 
lOcc 
12cc 
20cc 
25cc 
30cc 
40cc 
50cc 
80cc 



Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 
Champion. 



Glass 
Barrels 


Rubber 
Packings 


Each 


Dozei. 


Each 


Dozen 
$1.50 


$0.15 


$1.50 


$0.15 


.15 


1.50 


.15 


1.50 


.20 


1.80 


.15 


1.50 


.30 


3.00 


.20 


2.00 


.50 


4.50 


•25 


2.50 


.45 


4.80 


.30 


3.00 


.55 


6.00 


.35 


4.00 


.65 


7.50 


.35 


4.00 


.85 


9.00 


.55 


6.00 



Barrel End 
Washers 


Vood 
Case 

Each 

$1.25 


Dozen 


$0.15 


.15 


1.25 


.20 


1.25 


.20 


1.50 


.25 


1.50 


.30 


1.50 


.35 


1.50 


.35 


1.75 


.45 


2.00 



Metal 
Case 

Each 

$1.75 
1.75 
1.75 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
2.50 



EXTRA ADAPTERS FOR CHAMPION SYRINGES. 





Regular Slip Adapter 



Large or Serum Slip Adapter 

899 



Regular Screw Adapter 

900 



Fig. 898 — Champion Adapter, Champion or Regular Slip connection, each $0.20 

Fig. 899 — Champion Adapter, Serum or Large Slip connection, each J20 

Fig. 900 — Champion Adapter, Standard Screw connection, each .20 



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SYRINGES. 




SfrcmYiTY.Yiyfl 



ALL METAL SERUM SYRINGES. 

This syringe is made entirely of metal. The plungers are accurately ground and 
fitted, making the syringe air-tight without the use of packings of any kind. The 
piston rod accommodates the milled thumb screw for graduating the dosage the same 
as the glass barrel syringes. Graduated in cubic centimeters. They are easily steril- 
ized and without liability of breakage. 

Fig. 901 — 2 cc All Metal Syringe, only $1.60 

Fig. 901 W — 2 cc All Metal Syringe, in wood case with 2 needles 2.75 

Fig. 901M — 2 cc All Metal Syringe, in metal case with 2 needles 3.60 

Fig. 902 — 6 cc All Metal Syringe, only 1.90 

Fig. 902 W — 6 cc All Metal Syringe, in wood case with 2 needles 3.30 

Fig. 902M — 6 cc All Metal Syringe, in metal case with 2 needles 4.70 

Fig. 903 —12 cc All Metal Syringe, only 2.40 

Fig. 903W — 12 cc All Metal Syringe, in wood case with 4 needles 4.00 

Fig. 903M — 12 cc All Metal Syringe, in metal case with 4 needles 5.15 

Fig. 904 — 20 cc All Metal Syringe, only 3.00 

Fig. 904W — 20 cc All Metal Syringe, in wood case with 4 needles 5.15 

Fig. 904M — 20 cc All Metal Syringe, in metal case with 4 needles 6.05 

Fig. 905 —30 cc All Metal Syringe, only 3.30 

Fig. 905W — 30 cc All Metal Syringe, in wood case with 4 needles 5.75 

Fig. 905M — 30 cc All Metal Syringe, in metal case with 4 needles 6.60 

Fig. 906 — 50 cc All Metal Syringe, only 4.40 

Fig. 906W — 50 cc All Metal Syringe, in wood case with 4 needles 7.15 

Fig. 906M — 50 cc All Metal Syringe, in metal case with 4 needles 7.70 



THE AMVETSCO INTRAVENOUS OUTFIT. 

This appliance consists of an ordinary 1 liter 
bottle fitted with a rubber stopper through which 
2 tubes are introduced, one of which reaches to the 
bottom of the vessel and the other the length of the 
stopper. 

The special Intravenous Needle is so made that it 
may be fastened to the skin and thus held in place 
after it has been introduced into the vein. 

To make an injection, first introduce the needle 
under the usual aseptic precautions and when the 
blood passes through the needle connect the slip 
joint, then invert the bottle and elevate it slightly. 
The fluid now passes into the vein by gravitation, 
but as this method is too slow, force some air into 
the bottle by means of compressing the rubber 
bulb, after which the fluid will pass in very rapidly, 
in fact a whole liter may be injected in a few min- 
utes. 

It is advisable in order to prevent air entering 
circulation, not to entirely empty the bottle but 
to leave the amount contained in its neck, com- 
press the tubing and quickly withdraw the needle. 

Fig. 907 — Amvetsco Intravenous Outfit, complete as above 

Fig. 908 — Special Intravenous Needle, only 

Fig. 909 — Intravenous Bottle, only 

Fig. 910 — Intravenous Pressure Bulb, only 




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Fig. 912- 
Fig. 913- 
Fig. 915- 
Fig. 916- 
Fig. 918- 
Fig. 919- 
Fig. 921- 
Fig. 922- 



BOSTON VETERINARY HYPODERMIC OUTFIT 



A PRACTICAL ALL METAL OUTFIT. 

The Boston Syringe is constructed of 
heavy non-corrosive metal throughout; 
piston rod is graduated in cubic centi- 
meters with dosage stop nut or quick 
set nut. Put up in a neat metal aseptic 
case with three assorted needles, trocar 
with canula and one each screw and 
slip adapters. 



Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Outfit, in metal case $3.85 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Syringe, only 1.80 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Outfit, in metal case 4.75 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Syringe, only 2.25 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Outfit, in leather case 5.85 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Syringe, only 2.90 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Outfit, in leather case 8.10 

Boston Veterinary Hypodermic Syringe, only 4.50 




- 6cc 

- 6cc 
-12cc 
-12ec 
-30ec 
-30cc 
-SOcc 
-80cc 



FIG. 924— BAY STATE VETERINARY 
HYPODERMIC OUTFIT. 

Consists of one 2-drachm hypodermic 
syringe, with glass barrel encased in a 
fenestrated metal shell of sufficient 
thickness to insure firmness and protec- 
tion; 12 hypo, vials, empty; 3 needles; 1 
three-inch canula and trocar; 1 stop- 
cock; all enclosed in a compact and sub- 
stantial pocket case, price $4.25 

Fig. 925— Bay State Syringe, only. $1.80 





ma 



Fig. 930 — Hypodermic Outfit, consisting of three hypodermic needles, assorted 

lengths and sizes, one 3-inch trocar and canula and one stopcock. The 

syringe is leather packed with oil cup and fenestrated metal body 1 with 

glass barrel. Capacity is 2 drachms and graduated on piston rod. 

Complete in aseptic metal case $4.05 

Fig. 931 — Syringe, only $1.80 



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SYRINGES. 




QUITMAN SYRINGE 



FIG. 939— QUITMAN'S SYRINGE. 

Our improved Quitman syringe has won favor with those who prefer an all-metal 
syringe with solid piston. It is graduated on the piston rod and heavily nickel-plated. 
Supplied with a tablet cap adapter and the end opening is sufficiently large to admit any 
hypodermic tablet, and as well adds to its value in making it easy to cleanse and ster- 
ilize. The thumb end of piston is removable, disclosing a chamber in the end of piston 
rod containing spring holder which forces needles to top of chamber as soon as cap is 
removed. Capacity 5cc. Complete in chamois pouch with two needles. 

Price $1.75 

Fig. 940 — Quitman Syringe, 5cc capacity, without pouch 1.50 

Fig. 942 — Quitman's Syringe, same as Fig. 939, lOcc capacity, each 2.25 

Fig. 943 — Quitman Syringe, lOcc capacity, without pouch 2.00 

Fig. 945 — Pouch, for 5 or lOcc Quitman's syringes, each 25 



FIG. 954— INTRA-DERMAL TUBERCULIN TESTING SYRINGE. 

This small syringe is especially made 
for testing animals for tuberculosis by 
the intra-dermal method, and is the most 
compact, serviceable instrument for this 
purpose on the market. Supplied with 
glass barrel, double fenestrated metal 
cylinder, oil chamber to prevent drying 
out of expanding plunger, finger rests, 
and graduated piston with thumb screw 
to regulate the amount injected. 

The case is heavily nickel-plated, 
rounded top and bottom, new style hinged 
frame, dust proof, made round, snap catch 
with place for the syringe and two 
needles. Is really a pocket case measur- 
ing 3 inches in length. 
Syringe complete, as described above, in 
case with expanding plunger, 30 M 

capacity $1.50 

Fig. 955 — Syringe Only, as illustrated, 
30M capacity. ... ... $0.75 




FIG. 981— AMVETSCO TUBERCU- 
LIN SYRINGE OUTFIT. 

An excellent syringe for hypodermic 
injections or for testing purposes. Ca- 
pacity is 30 M. The fenestrated metal 
frame encloses a heavy glass barrel. 
Supplied with convenient size round 
thumb piece on piston rod, which is 
graduated in minims; also well shaped 
finger bars securely mounted on bar- 
rel cap. 

Supplied with extension piston so 
continued use will not cramp the hand. 
This is especially desirable in inject- 
ing tuberculin in large herds. 

Complete in leather-covered case 
with two intradermal needles and one 
extra glass barrel, each $2.75 

Fig. 982— Syringe Only, as illus- 
trated, 30M capacity 1.25 




981 



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SYRINGES. 




FIG. 957— "AMVETSCO" ANTITOXIN SYRINGE. 

Glass of extra weight, smooth and accurate finish, and annealed to stand boiling: 
Needle attached to syringe proper by means of a small rubber tube connection. Easily 
sterilized, as cotton-packed plunger may be removed entirely. Capacity 3% cc. Not grad- 
uated. Complete with regular antitoxin needle and glass cap to protect needle point. 
Bach $0.30. Dozen $3.00 




ALL GLASS ASEPTIC SYRINGE. 

Made of the best glass obtainable, and finished with the greatest possible care. 
Accurately graduated, and liquid cannot leak past the piston. Bach syringe supplied in 
neat pasteboard box. (Prices quoted are without needles. For needle prices see page 57.) 

Pig. 960 — Aseptic Glass Syringe, l%cc capacity $1.00 

Fig. 901 — Aseptic Glass Syringe, 2cc capacity 1.25 

Fig. 90S — Aseptic Glass Syringe, 5cc capacity 2.35 

Fig. 963 — Aseptic Glass Syringe, lOcc capacity 3.00 

Fig. 964 — Aseptic Glass Syringe, 20cc capacity 4.00 

NOTE — Trr's syringe reauires a large slip needle as illustrated under our Serum Slip 
Adapter, Fig. 737. 




FIG. 987— MAGAZINE PILL INJECTOR. 

This improved pill injector carries twelve pellets contained in a discal magazine, pro- 
tected from the admission of foreign substances, and in full view of the operator, thus 
eliminating' the danger of a false injection or an overdose. Pellets cannot become crushed 
or dislodged, and cannot fall out. Being automatically supplied to the breech of the 
needle at the instant of discharge (instead of being placed in the point of the needle 
after each incision, as in the single dose or muzzle loader) the pellets cannot become 
partially dissolved by the moisture which collects in the point of the needle at each in- 
jection, 'i he absence of intricate parts and the easa of sterilization, combined with the 
rapid work possible with this instrument, are features that make it convenient and useful. 
Price $3.15 



I 




FIG. 990— BLACKLEG PILL INJECTOR (Single Shot). 
Price, each $1.50 



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GLOVER SYRINGE FILLER. 





Enlarged cut of Stop-Cock, showing 
syringe and tubing connection 



This vaccinating apparatus was originally perfected by Dr. E. K. Glover for his 
personal use. It facilitates the administration of Anti-Hog Cholera Serum without 
exposing the serum to the more or less dusty air. It also enables the operator to do 
much faster work, as the syringe is constantly in connection with the serum bottle. 

Its adaptability to all standard syringes and its safeguarding of the serum in all 
kinds of premise conditions makes it an asset to the vaccinator's equipment, that 
cannot be overestimated. Like the safety razor, the initial attempt in using it may 
provoke a slight disregard toward what we claim for it, but hundreds of veterinarians 
have adopted it and could not successfully work without it. 

The outfit consists of a large three-way stop-cock that screws into the syringe 
and is fitted with screw needle adapter; six feet of heavy, non-collapsible rubber tub- 
ing; rubber stopper with air vent and a nickel plated tube for insertion into the 
serum bottle. 

PRICE 

Complete $3.50 

Stop-cocks only 2.50 



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HYPODERMIC NEEDLES AND CASES. 



V jKJHg 

TRADE MARK REGISTERED 

HYPO NEEDLES 




VIKING 16 GAUGE, I " 

Stronger, More Durable. 
Supplied with Viking Slip, Champion Slip and screw connection. 

The advantageous feature of the Viking Needle is particularly the heavy milled 
hub which allows a firm finger grip. 

Fig. Gauge %-in. s /i-in. 1-in. lJ4-in. 1%-in. 

967 19 Each $0.25 $0.25 $0.25 $0.25 $0.25 

Doz 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25. 

968 18 Each 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 

Doz 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 

969 16 Each 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 

Doz 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 

970 15 Each 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 

Doz 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 

971 14 Each 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 0.25 

Doz 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 



16.&W 
CHAMPION (FLAT HUB) HYPO NEEDLES. 



Fig. 
973 

974 

975 

976 

977 



Gauge 
19 

18 

16 

15 

14 



Each $0.20 

Doz 2.00 

Each 0.20 

Doz 2.00 

Each 0.25 

Doz 2.25 

Each 0.25 

Doz 2.50 

Each 0.25 

Doz 2.50 

SCR 



%-in. 

$0.20 
2.00 
0.20 
2.00 
0.25 
2.25 
0.25 
2.50 
0.25 
2.50 



1-in. 
$0.20 
2.00 
0.20 
2.00 
0.25 
2.25 
0.25 
2.50 
0.25 
2.50 



1%-in. 
$0.20 
2.00 
0.20 
2.00 
0.25 
2.25 
0.25 
2.50 
0.25 
2.50 



iy 2 -in. 
$0.20 
2.00 
0.20 
2.00 
0.25 
2.25 
0.25 
2.50 
0.25 
2.50 




Fig. 980. HYPODERMIC NEEDLE 

CASE 

(All Metal Nickel-Plated) 

A great convenience to the prac- 
titioner. 

Accommodates six Veterinary Hy- 
podermic Needles, of any length up 
to 2Vz inches on one side, and woolen 
pouch for surgical needles. 

Price, without needles ..$1.50 



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HYPODERMIC NEEDLES. 




1014 



1017 



1020 



1023 



1026 



1029 



1032 



Pig. 
Fig:. 
Fig. 
Fig. 

Fig. 

Fig. 
3008 



993 — Reinforced Hog Cholera Needle, 16-gauge, slip or screw butt, length 1 and 

1%-inch. Each, $0.25; per dozen $2.50 

098 — Intra-Dermal Needle, long reinforcement, straight, screw butt, 22-gauge, 

%, -fV and %-inch points. Each, $0.20; dozen 2.00 

999 — Intra-Dermal Needles, straight, screw butt, 22-gauge, Ya, Yt, and %-inch 

points. Each, $0.15; per dozen 1.25 

1002 — Intra-Dermal Needles, curved, screw butt, 22-gauge, Va, Yi and %-inch 

points. Each, $0.15; per dozen 1.25 

1005 — Syringe Needle" Connection, rubber 



Gauge 
22 



Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
Each 
Dozen 
When ordering- hypodermic needles 
Pee exact size illustrations at top of page 



1011 
1014 
1017 
1020 
1023 
1026 
1029 
1032 



21 
20 
19 
18 
17 
16 
15 
14 



%■ 

$0.10 

.75 

.15 
1.25 

.15 
1.50 

.15 
1.50 

.20 
1.75 

.20 
1.75 

.20 
1.75 

.20 
2.00 

.25 
2.50 



%,-in. 
$0.10 



.15 
1.25 

.15 
1.50 

.15 
1.50 

.20 
1.75 

.20 
1.75 

.20 
1.75 

.20 
2.00 

.25 
2.50 



1-in. 

$0.15 

1.25 

.15 
1.75 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 



2.50 

.25 

2 50 



IVi-in. 
$0.15 
1.25 

.15 
1.75 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.25 
2.50 

.25 

2.50 

ire to 



iy 2 -in. 2-in. 2% -in. 3 -in. 3V 2 -in. 



$0.20 
2.00 

.20 
2.00 

.20 



.20 



2.50 

.30 

3.00 

specify 



$0.20 








2.25 








.20 


$0.25 . 






2.25 


2.50 






.25 


.25 


$0.30 


$0.30 


2.50 


2.75 


3.25 


3.50 


.25 


.25 


.30 


.30 


2.50 


2.75 


3.25 


3.50 


.25 


.25 


.30 


.30 


2.50 


2.75 


3.25 


3.50 


.30 


.30 


.35 


.35 


2.75 


3.00 


3.50 


3.75 


.30 


.35 


.35 


.45 


3.00 


3.25 


3.75 


4.00 


yle connection 


of syringe. 



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HYPODERMIC NEEDLES. 



1051 




a 

o 

1038 1041 1044 1047 

SYRINGE FILLING APPARATUS. 



% 



up, 



1050 



Fig. 1035 — Syringe Filling Tube, 9%-inch, with stopcock for serum 

Slip $1.50 ^g£i 

Fig. 108C — Syringe Filling Tube, 9% -inch, with stopcock for regu- •*- » — ' "^ 

lar slip 1.50 1035-1038 

Fig. 1038 — Syringe Filling Tube, 5% -inch, with stopcock for serum slip 

Fig. 1039 — Syringe Filling Tube, 5% -inch, with stopcock for regular slip 

Fig. 3 041 — Syringe Filling Tube, 6 or 9-inch, for s^rum slip 

Fig. 104" — Syringe Filling Tube, 6 or 9-inch, for regular Blip 

Fig. 1044 — Syringe Filling Apparatus, Missouri Valley, with rubber stopper and air 

vent, for serum slip 

Fijr. 3045 — Syringe Filling Apparatus, Missouri Valley, with rubber stopper and air 

vent, for regular slip 

Fig. 1047 — Syringe Filling Trocar and Canula, 3-inch 

Fig. 1050 — Infusion or Hypering Needle, with nipple end, 16-gauge, 2-inch point, 

each, $0.35; dozen 

Fig. 1051 — Canula, flexible silver, probe pointed, for injecting into small nail holes, 

fistulae, etc. Will fit any screw thread syringe 



1.50 

1.50 

.90 

.90 

1.25 

1.25 
.75 

4.00 

1.00 




1052 



FIG. 1052— BIG-0 ATTACHMENT. 

This consists of a two-way stopcock, four feet rubber tub- 
ing, a bent metal tube ten inches long, metal thistle tube for 
ventilation, and rubber stopper with two holes through it for 
insertion of bent metal tube and thistle tube. 

Devised for convenient use of serums with Viking Syringes. 
The method suggested is to place the bottle of serum in hip 
pocket — with metal tube through stopper nearly to bottom of 
bottle. Rubber tube running from this metal tube up through 
sleeve of coat to two-way stopcock on tip of syringe. Open 
valve of stopcock from syringe to rubber tube, draw out piston 
of syringe to fill. Open stopcock from syringe to needle on 
outside end of stopcock and inject serum into animal. Repeat 
till bottle is empty. 

In this way the serum is never exposed to the atmosphere, 
dust, flies or any other contamination. 
Price $1.50 



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DIAGNOSTIC INSTRUMENTS. 




1053 



1062 



1056 



FIG. 1062— IDEAL POCKET STETHOSCOPE. 

With rubber tubing and hard rubber ear pieces in felt pouch. 

This small instrument produces perfectly clear and powerful tones, due to perfect 
contact direct air conduction and small localizing area which make audible the slightest 
tones. Increases the ability of the diagnostician to localize all bodily sounds and 
determine their origin, whether cardiacal, circulatory or respiratory. 

Price $1.65 

Fig. 1053 — Kehler's Stethoscope, with metal protector, in felt pouch, 2-inch disc. .$2.90 
Fig. 1056 — Fosgate's Vibroscope 3.70 



FIG. 1065— BAZZI-BIANCHI PHONEN- 
DOSCOPE. 

Remarkably intensifies the audibility of 
all sounds, whether natural or caused by 
morbid conditions in the animal body. Not 
only is the intensity thus increased, but 
the origin of sound can be localized within 
much more narrow limits than possible with 
stethoscopes heretofore in use and its nature 
recognized with great accuracy. 

Supplied in highly polished metal case. 

Price $3.75 




1065 



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THERMOMETERS. 

All clinical thermometers manufactured for us carry a signed certificate, showing 
the results of repeated examinations and a guarantee of permanent reliability. 

Any thermometer purchased from us proving inaccurate or otherwise unsatisfactory 
will be cheerfully exchanged or replaced when returned to us prepaid unbroken. 

From the nature of their construction, clinical thermometers are exceedingly fragile 
and there is great risk of breakage in their transmission by mail. We use every pre- 
caution in packing, but will not guarantee safe delivery. And can only mail them at 
the risk of the purchaser. 



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HEAVY B. A. I. THERMOMETER. 

Fig. 1113 — Extra heavy bulb, 5-inch thermometer, loop end, magnifying lens and 
with indestructible self -registering index that will not change with age. 
Absolutely accurate (National Standard). Supplied with hard rubber 
case. Each, $1.75; dozen $20.00 




UNIVERSAL FEVER THERMOMETER. 

Fig;. 1110 — 5-inch magnifying lens, broad mercury column, pear-shaped bulb, glass 
ring on end, for attaching string. Normal points clearly indicated for 
man, horse, cow, dog, cat, pig, sheep and fowl. In hard rubber case. 
Each, $1.65i per dozen $18.50 

Fig. 1117 — Same as Fig. 1116, in heavy nickel case with chain and tail clip. 

Each, $2.00; dozen 21.00 



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VIKING HOG CHOLERA THERMOMETER. 

Fie. 1120 — The scale on the Viking Thermometer is filled with an indelible pigment 
which renders the marking permanent and easily read during the life 
of the instrument. It has a small round bulb with ring end, and mag- 
nifying lens. Certified. Length, 4 inches. Supplied in hard rubber case. 
Each, $1.35; per dozen $15.00 

Fig. 1121 — Viking Hog Cholera Thermometer, in heavy nickel case with chain. 

Each, $1.75 ; dozen 18.00 

Fie- 1123 — Viking All Purpose Thermometer, 5-inch length, in hard rubber case. 

Each, $1.50; dozen 16.50 



STANDARD LENS FRONT THERMOMETER. 

Fie. 1128 — With magnifying lens, indestructible index, ring end, carefully retested, 

in hard rubber case. Five-inch. Each, $1.35; per dozen $15.00 



PEAR-SHAPED BULB THERMOMETER. 

Fig. 1134 — An ideal thermometer with indestructible index, magnifying lens loop 
end, and certificate of correction. Supplied in hard rubber case ' 
Four-inch. Each. $1.25; dozen $13.50 

Fig. 1135 — rear-shaped bulb thermometer, 4-inch length, in heavy' nickel' 'case' with 

chain. * Each, $1.50; dozen ' 16 50 

Fig. 1136 — Pear-shaped bulb thermometer, 5-inch length, in hard rubber case " 

Each, $1.40; dozen 16 00 



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THERMOMETER CASES. 



(Prices quoted do not include Thermometers.) 




Fig. 1143 — Aluminum Chain Case, satin finished, spiral cable, with chain and pin, 

for 4-inch thermometer. Each $0.35 

Fig. 1144 — Same as above, for 5-inch thermometer 50 




Fig. 1146 — Acme (Patented) Chain Case, polished metal with nickel end caps, safety 

chain and pin, for 4-inch thermometer $0.35 

Fig. 1149 — Heavy Brass Nickel-Plated Case, with chain and pin, for 5-inch ther- 
mometer 60 




Fig. 1153 — Standard Hard Rubber Case, for 4-inch thermometer $0.10 

Fig. 1155 — Same as above, for 5-inch thermometer 20 




%s^§9s©K^2J> 



Fig. 1158 Nickel-Plated Twin Case, with chain and pin, for carrying two 4-inch ther- 
mometers $0.75 




FIG. 1213— SPRING SAFETY THER- 
MOMETER TAIL CLIP. 

Made extra strong, can be attached 
readily to any animal's tail, with 
strong - cord attached $0.15 




FIG. 1214— "AMVETSC0" TAIL CLIP. 

The spring in this clip is sufficiently 
strong to hold in place, and "without the 
usual large top, it is not easily removed 
from its original position by motion of 
the animal's tail. Strong and durable. 
Each $0.15 



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DISSECTING INSTRUMENTS. 











123S 



1234-1237 




12 i6 1219 1222 1225 122S 

Fig. 1218 — Dissecting Scalpel, file drawn handle, three sizes. Each 

Fig. 1219 — Cartilage Knife, heavy 

Fig. 1222 — Tenaculum, file drawn handle 

Fig. 1225 — Dissecting Forceps, Coxeter's, 3 -inch 

Fig. 1228 — Chain and Hook, triple 

Fig. 1231 — Blow Pipe, 6-inch, with wood mouthpiece 

Fig. 1234 — Dissecting Scissors, sharp pointed, 5 -inch 

Fig. 1237 — Dissecting Scissors, sharp pointed, 5% -inch 

Fig. 1238 — Grappling Hook, double prongs 



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1240 
FIG. 1240— DR. S. L. STEWART'S DISSECTING CASE. 

Designed especially for students' use in the dissecting room. 
Consisting of 1 Large Scalpel. Pig. 3293. 
1 Small Scalpel. Fig. 3293. 
1 Tenaculum Fig. 3293. 
1 Flexible Probe. Fig. 3538. 

1 Pair Tissue Forceps. Fig. 3799. 

2 Sets Grappling Hooks. Fig. 1238. 
1 Pair Straight Scissors. Fig. 3715. 

Each instrument warranted. Furnished in well made folding leather pocket case. 
Price complete $4.95 




1243 
FIG. 1243— "AMVETSCO" DISSECTING CASE. 



Contains : 



1 Cartilage Knife, steel handle. 
1 Dissecting Scalpel, steel handle. 
1 Dissecting Tenaculum, steel handle. 
1 Dissectine' ForceDS. 



1 Dissecting Scissors. 

1 Blowpipe. 

1 Triple Chain and Hook. 

In folding leather pocket case. 



.$3.10 



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POST-MORTEM INSTRUMENTS 




1246 ' 
Fig. 1246 — Post-Mortem Knife, heavy, 8-inch, each $1.75 




1258 
Fig. 1258 — Enterotome Scissors, heavy, 8-inch, each. 



.$4.50 




1264 
Fig. 1264 — Post-Mortem Chisel, hand forged, 8%-inch, each $2.75 



FIG. 1270— "AMVETSCO" POST-MORTEM CASE. 

Put up in a Polished Wood Case, containing 17 instruments, as follows: 



1 Set Chains and Hooks. 

1 Lifting Back Saw. 

1 Enterotome. 

1 Pair Dissecting Scissors. 

1 Pair Dissecting Forceps. 

1 Chisel. 

S Scalpels. 

1 Tenaculum. 

1 Cartilage Knife. 

1 Large Post-Mortem Scalpel. 

1 Steel Mallet. 

1 Grooved Director. 

1 Blow Pipe. 

1 Pair Probes. 

Needles, Thread and Wax. 

Price (complete) $18.00 




1270 



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EYE INSTRUMENTS 




1273 



1330 



1333 



1336 



Fig. 1273 — Graef es Eye Knife $1.25 

Pig. 1294 — Eye Needle and Spud, in reversible metal handle 1.50 

Fig. 1312 — Scissors, curved, blunt pointed 1.15 

Fig. 1313 — Scissors, straight, blunt pointed 1.15 

Fig. 1315 — Iris Forceps, curved, serrated .90 

Fig. 1318 — Iris Forceps, straight, serrated .80 

Fig. 1321 — Entropium Forceps, metal plate 1.S5 

Fig. 1322 — Lid Retractor, Desmarre's 1.00 

Fig. 1330 Eye Needle rfolder, Galezowsky's 3J)0 

Fig. 1333 — Eye Speculum, plain 75 

Fig. 1336 — Eye Speculum, Noyes' 2.25 



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EYE AND NASAL INSTRUMENTS 




1351 



Fig. 
Fig. 

Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



1360 



1342 — Pocket Magnifier, in leather case $1.50 

1348 — Lachrymal Duct Irrigator, complete 2.00 

1351 — Lachrymal Duct Probe, heavy, flexible, 12-inch .50 

1357 — Nasal Speculum, fenestrated wrought metal 1.75 

1360 — Nasal Speculum, steel wire 4.10 

1363 — Artificial Eyes, solid glass, for cats and dogs. Each 3.50 

1366 — Artificial Eyes, hard rubber, for cats and dogs. Each 1.00 

1369 — Artificial Eyes, for horses, hard rubber, sizes 1%, 1%, £ inches in diameter 1.75 

1372 — Artificial Eyes, for horses, solid glass, with colored iris . 4.50 

DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING ARTIFICIAL, EVES. 
State size and color of iris and exact diameter of socket from corner to corner. 



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ROARING INSTRUMENTS. 




1378 




13S1 



1384-1387 




1390 



1393 



Fig. 1375 — Retractor, Mayo's, self-retaining' $6 50 

Fig. 137S — Retractor, Dr. W. L. Williams', self-retaining 6 e0 

Fig. 1381 — Scissors, Sims', curved, blunt, 7-inch ^ 

Fig. 1384 — Retractor, plain, blade 2 -inch 3 0|( 

Fig. 1387 — Retractor, plain, blade 2 1-2 -inch „ „_ 

Fig. 13SK) — Scissors, double curved, 7 Vz -inch „ ((<) 

Fig. 1393 — Cotton Applicator, spiral screw end „ s0 



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ROARING INSTRUMENTS. 



1 




1399 



1402 



1405 



1408 



1411 




1414 



Fig. 1396 — Needle, tracheal, Dr. W. L. Williams' $1.50 

Pig. 1399 — Hook, blunt, with eye, right or left. Bach 1.25 

Fig-. 1402 — Tenaculum, Pratt's, sharp or blunt. Each 75 

Pig. 1405 — Ventricular Burr, four sizes. Bach g.70 

Fig. 1408 — Scalpel, with solid file drawn handle, 7-inch ^ 35 

Fig. 1411 — Knife, tracheal, Dr. M. H. McKillip's 250 

Pig. 1414 — Ventricular Burr, Blattenburg-'s j 05 



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1417 




1423 



1426 




1432 



Fie. 1417 — Tissue Forceps, Skene's, straight, 8-inch, 2-3 teeth $1.25 

Fig. 1420 — Tissue Forceps, straight, extra long, serrated jaws, 12-inch 1.75 

Fig. 1423 — Vulsellum Forceps, Billroth's, straight, with catch, 8 prongs 4.50 

Fig. 1426 — Vulsellum Forceps, Schroeder's, curved sideways, 10-inch 2.40 

Fig. 1420 — Tenaculum Forceps. Schroeder's, 9% -inch 1.75 

Fig. 1432 — Dressing Forceps, Bozeman's, double curved, 10-inch 2.00 



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TRACHEA TUBES. 




1450 
Fig. 1450 — Dyson's Trachea Tube. Oval 
in shape, can be used -without cutting 1 
tracheal rings. It has a sieve which does 
not project beyond base of tube. A good 
feature is the regulating - screen attach- 
ment -whereby it can be used as an open 
tube, with fine or coarse sieve or alto- 
gether closed. 



1453 






1459 



1462 



Fig. 1435 — Trachea Tube, self-retaining, hard rubber i$5.00 

Fig. 1438 — Trachea Tube, self-retaining, brass, nickel-plated, assorted sizes 2.75 

Fig. 1441 — Trachea Tube, self-retaining, aluminum, nickel-plated, assorted sizes 4.00 

Fig. 1444 — Trachea Tube, self-retaining, brass, nickel-platted, with sieve, assorted 

sizes 3.25 

Fig. 1447 — Trachea Tube, self-retaining, aluminum, with sieve, assorted sizes 4.50 

Fig. 1450 — Trachea Tube, Dyson's, oval, with double sieve 4.00 

Fig. 1453 — Trachea Tube, McNeil's, for inserting after roaring operation to prevent 

suffocation 2.50 

Fig. 1456 — Trachea Tube, plain round, nickel-plated, sizes y 2 , %, % and %-ineh. 

Each 2.00 

Fig. 1459 — Trachea Tube, McKillip's, oval, nickel-plated 2.00 

Fig. 1462 — Trachea Tube, Kragness', oval,, improved pattern 4.50 

We can furnish Trachea Tubes made up in silver. Prices quoted on application. 



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CATHETERS. 





1465 



1468 






o 

1471 1474-1477 



1486 



1489 







1492 



Fig. 1465 — Catheter, horse, soft rubber,, 60-inch $1.50 

Fig. 1468- — Catheter, horse, non-corrosive flexible metal, 48-inch 2.00 

Fig. 1471 — Catheter, horse, elastic web, spiral wire insertion, with reed stylet 2.00 

Fig. 1474 — Catheter, horse, elastic web, cylindrical point 2.50 

Fig. 1477 — Catheter, colt, elastic web, cylindrical point 1.80 

Fig. 1480 — Catheter, horse, metal, flexible, jointed 2.25 

Fig. 1483 — Reed Stylet, for linen and soft rubber catheters 25 

Fig. 1486 — Catheter, combination, horse and mare, metal, flexible, jointed 2.50 

Fig. 1480 — Catheter, mare, elastic web, 20-inch 1.50 

Fig. 1492 — Catheter, mare, probe and sound. Dr. C. A. White's 1.65 



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CATHETERS, GYNECOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 




1495 



1498 



1504 



1510 




1513 

Fig. 1495 — Catheter, mare, metal, stiff $ l.OO^ 

Fig. 1498 — Catheter, mare, metal, jointed 1.35 

Fig. 1501 — Catheter, cow, English pattern 1.00 

Fig. 1504 — Truss, Lund's, for prolapsed uterus 2.15 

Fig. 1508 — Speculum, Vaginal, sheet brass, nickel-plated, spun 

seam 4.00 

Fig. 1510 — Speculum, Cervical, Miller's, bivalve 2.25 

Fig. 1513 — Speculum, Vaginal, Knowles', tri-valve, 18-inch.... 15.00 



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GYNECOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 




1524 

Fig. 1516 — Dilator, Uterine, Goodell's, 24-inch $20.00 

Fig. 1510 — Dilator, Uterine, Palmer's, 24-inch 12.50 

Fig. 1522 Douche, Uterine, return flow, movable guard, 24-inch 4.40 

Fig. 1524 Forceps, sponge holding, serrated jaws, 9-inch 1.00 



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STERILITY INSTRUMENTS. 

(Prof. W. L, Williams) 




Fig. 1530 — Knowlea' special uterine forceps, short, length 15 inches .yj.OO 

Fig. 1532 — Knowles' special uterine forceps, long, length 20 inches 9.50 

Fig. 1534 — Albrechtsen's extra small uterine catheter, double curved, length 14 inches 3.00 
Fig. 1530 — Albrechtsen's small size uterine catheter, double curved, length 14 inches 3.00 
Fig. 1538 — Albrechtsen's medium size uterine catheter, double curved, length 14 inches 3.00 
Fig. 1540 — Albrechtsen's large size uterine catheter, double curved, length 25 inches 4.00 
Fig. 1541 — Albrechtsen's large size uterine catheter, single curved, length 25 inches 4.00 

Fig. 1542 — Albrechtsen's extra long uterine catheter, length 23 inches 3.50 

Fig. 1544 — Palmer's uterine dilator (Modified), length 10 inches 5.50 

Fig. 1546 — Bozeman's double curved uterine dressing forceps, length 10 inches 2.00 

Fig. 1547 — Bozeman's straight uterine dressing forceps, length 10 inches 2.00 

Fig. 1548 — Williams' guarded knife, for puncturing ovarian cysts, length 9% inches 3.50 

Fig. 1550 — Strong fibre carrying case to hold complete outfit, length 26 inches 3.50 

Fig. 1552 — Williams' outfit complete, in case, as above 42.50 



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VUX1 




DR. W. L. WILLIAMS' OBSTETRICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Fig. 1555— Repeller, "A" $3.50 Pig. 1573— Embryotomy Knife, full 

Fig. 1558— Long Blunt Hook, "B" . . . . 2.00 curved, "G" S2.50 

Fig. 1561 — Blunt Cutting Hook, "C" . . 4.10 Flg . 157 6 — Spaying Knife, "H" 2.50 

Fig. 1504— Chisel, "D". . . ... . ; . ,,• 3.50 1570— Injection Pump, I" 4.00 

^^oZBmoryotomy K°n°«e, Sight ^ Fig. 1582-Stomach Tube, 10 feet 

s curved, "P" 2.50 with stylet, "J' 5.00 



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A 




15S5 



1S91 1594 1597 1600 1603 



1606 




m 



1618 




1624 



1612 



Fig. 1583 — Wither's Obstetrical Instrument Handle $ 1.80 

Pig. 1588 — Wither's Obstetrical Saw 2.75 

Fig. 1591 — Wither's Obstetrical Repeller, with removable spear point 2.70 

Pig. 1594 — Wither's Obstetrical Chisel 3.30 

Fig. 1597 — Wither's Obstetrical Cutting Hook, sharp 2.75 

Fig. 1600 — Wither's Obstetrical Cutting Hook, blunt 2.75 

Pig. 1603 — Wither's Obstetrical Sharp Hook 1.75 

Fig. 1606 — Wither's Obstetrical Rope Carrier 2.00 

Fig. 1009 — Wither's Obstetrical Instrument Set, comprising figures 1585 to 1606, put 

up in a neat canvas roll 20.00 

Fig. 1G12 — Alexander's Obstetrical Hinged Repeller, with removable spear, with- 
out handle 3.50 

Fig. 1615 — Alexander's Obstetrical Hinged Repeller, with handle 5.00 

Fig. 161S — Repeller, hinged, "without handle 2.90 

Fig. 1021 — Reseller, hinged, with handle 4.60 

Fig. 1624 — Chisel, Obstetrical, Dr. W. 1j. Williams', jointed 4.30 

Fig 1627 — Chisel, Obstetrical, Dr. W. L. Williams', stiff 3.B0 



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Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



1659 1661 

1630 — Conkey's Obstetrical Hook, blunt, "A" $ 1.80 

1633 — Conkey's Obstetrical Knife, with funnel shield, "B" 3.50 

1636 Conkey's Obstetrical Instrument Handle, "G" 1.80 

1639 — Conkey's Obstetrical Saw, "D" 2.75 

1642 Conkey's Obstetrical Hook, sharp, "B" 1.80 

1645 Conkey's Obstetrical Reseller, with removable spear point, "P" 2.50 

1648 Conkey's Obstetrical Chisel, guarded, "G" 3.70 

1651 Conkey's Obstetrical Instrument Set, complete 18.00 

1654 Conkey's Obstetrical Instrument Set, complete, in canvas roll 16.50 

1655 — Hook and Crotchet, placental 2.00 

1656 GlgH Saw, beaded wire, 12-inch, .$0.35; 20-inch, $0.50; 30-inch 75 

1658 — Handles, for Gigli Saw, per pair 50 

1659 Chain Saw, obstetrical, complete with handles 7.50 

1661 Parturition Saw, Oehmke's 2.80 



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1670 



9 




1662 




U 




6 




1664-1665 



1667-1668 



-3QIN- 



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A.V.S.CO. 



1671-1672 



Fig. 1662 — Norden's Guarded Foal Hook, with guarded point $2.25 

Fig. 1664 — Van's Wire Obstetrical Saw, guarded, 5 feet 2.00 

Fig. 1665 — Van's Wire Obstetrical Saw, plain, 5 feet 1.75 

Fig. 1667 — Miller's Obstetrical Pulls 4.50 

Fig. 1668 — Miller's Obstetrical Pulls, with chain attachment 6.00 

Fig. 1670 — Miller's Chain Attachment, only 1.75 

Fig. 1671 — Moore's Obstetrical Chains, set of three chains, per set 3.50 

Fig. 1672 — Moore's Obstetrical Chains, 30-inch length only 1.75 



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1673-1674 



1675-1678 



1681 



wRJ] gg&S^ip^^^^^Ss^^^^S^iiEiisSsssss^S^^^S 




» V s.co 32k£.£-;s3£!«: 



1685 



Fig-. 1673 — Parturition Shears, McCarroll's, with serrated jaws $18.00 

Fig. 1674 — Parturition Shears, McCarroll's, with plain Jaws 17.50 

Pig. 1675 — Parturition Shears, Cullen's, with serrated jaws 18.00 

Pig. 1678 — Parturition Shears, Cullen's, with plain jaws 17.50 

Pig. 1681 — Parturition Osteotrite, for crushing 16.00 

Pig. 1685 — Obstetrieal Bloek, complete, with 30 ft. rope 4.50 



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1711 1714 

Fig. 1690 — Embryotomy Knife, adjustable $2.50 

Fig. 1603 — Embryotomy Knife, Guenther's, detachable, 6% -inch 3.00 

Fig. 1096 — Embryotomy Knife, Malkmus', hook blade 3.00 

Fig. 1609 — Embryotomy Knife, Leech's, folding metal handle, spring back 2.50 

Fig. 1702 — Embryotomy Knife, small blade, folding metal handle, spring back 1.25 

Fig. 1705 — Embryotomy Knife, Buettner's, with finger rests 2.10 

Fig. 1708 — Embryotomy Knife, with one finger ring 2.50 

Fig. 1711 — Embryotomy Knife, with two finger rings 2.00 

Fig. 1714 — Embryotomy Knife, Hollweck's 



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1717 




I 




1720 




1723 



1726-1729 



1732-1735 







Ftg. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



1741 
i 

■ ij y^\ 

173S 1744 1747-1750 

1717 — Foal Hook, Richardson's, sharp , , , 51.25 

1720 — Foal Hook, Wither's, blunt .75 

1723 — Foal Hook, Wither's sharp .75 

1720 — Foal Hook, plain, blunt 1.25 

1739 — Foal Hook, plain, sharp , 1,25 

1732 — Foal Hook, articulated, blunt .,...,,,.... 2.75 

1735 — Foal Hook, articulated, sharp ,..,,,... 2.75 

1738 — Foal Hook, Figure 9 pattern , 1,50 

1741 — Foal Hook, Krey's, double. . . 3,00 

1744 — Rope Carrier, Benton's , 1,25 

1747 — Foal Hook, Mullen's, sharp 3.00 

1750— Foal Hook, Mullen's, large size. ." 4,00 



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SPAYING INSTRUMENTS 




1774 



1787 



Fig-. 1774 — Spaying Ecraseur, Williams', with arrangement for taking up slack, very 

long- $25.00 

Fig. 1780 — Spaying Emaseulator, Miller's 13.20 

Fig. 1783 — Spaying Shears, Miles', sharp, 14% -inch 7.50 

Fig. 1780 — Spaying Shears, Miles', serrated, 14% -inch 8.50 

Fig. 1787 — Spaying Needle, double curved. Each, $0.25; dozen 3.00 

Fig. 1789 — Spaying Emasenlator, improved 10.70 



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1850 



Fig. 1828 — Spaying Knife, stiff handle, straight edge, 7-inch $1.25 

Fig. 1831 — Spaying Knife, stiff handle, curved edge, 7-inch 1.25 

Fig. 1833 — Spaying Knife, adjustable, concealed blade 2.50 

Fig. 1834 — Spaying Knife, single blade, folding, spring back 1.85 

Fig. 1837 — Spaying Knife, double blade, folding, spring back 3.00 

Fig. 1840 — Spaying Knife, single blade, folding, small, spring back 1.25 

Fig. 1843 — Spaying Knife, double blade, folding, small, spring back 2.00 

Fig. 1845 — Spaying Knife, Dr. W. L. Williams' 2.50 

Fig. 1847 — Spaying Knife, Robinson's 1.25 

Fig. 1850 — Spaying Knife, Jameson's, 6 Vi -inch 1.50 



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CASTRATING INSTRUMENTS. 




FIG. 1876— STRAIGHT SOLID HEAD EMASCULATOR. 

Our best emasculator for all round use. This instrument is the result of several 
years experimentation in the manufacture and use of emasculators, and is the per- 
fected product of our efforts to eliminate the faults of all other instruments. The 
solid head is so tempered that tissues cannot cause it to spread or spring. This, with 
correct design in every other particular, positively insures thorough crushing of tissues 
and certain hemostasis. 

The length of this emasculator is ten and one-half inches — long enough to give 
sufficient leverage to facilitate division of tissue but short enough to be employed 
in standing operations with the greatest satisfaction. 

We guarantee this emasculator to be the most practical instrument of its kind 
and recommend it for use anywhere that emasculators may be employed. 

Price $7.00 




FIG. 1878— WHITE'S IMPROVED EMASCULATOR. 

The extra crushing attachment as supplied by the G. R. White Emasculator, prac- 
tically eliminates all danger fom hemorrhage in castrating operations. Tissues that 
have been severed by this emasculator are completely crushed because of the interdi- 
gitating serrations which cross one another at right angles. We recommend this 
instrument as being as good for hemostasia as any ecraseur. 

Price $9.00 




FIG. 1880— CURVED HEAD EMASCULATOR. 

This instrument can be used with perfect safety and is easily operated with one 
hand. It is the correct style instrument, as you will note it has both curved head and 
curved handles. It has adjustable screw-head and can be easily cleaned, thereby 
eliminating any danger from infection by means of contamination. It crushes before 
it cuts. Particularly desirable for standing operations. 



Price . 



.$6.00 



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1883 

FIG. 1883— "AMVETSCO" QUICK RELEASE ECRASEUR. 

This instrument has a hand-cut "V" thread that cannot strip. The harder you 
work it, the tighter the thread grips. The thumb piece on the end of which the 
female thread is cut, works automatically, engaging the screw at all times, until 
released by the pressure of. the thumb. This insures perfect safety, as the chain 
cannot slip from imperfect or careless adjustment, which often occurs in other 
ecraseurs. In addition to crushing and reaching facilities of the safety catch type, 
it is thoroughly aseptic, as it can be taken apart in a few seconds' time by a half 
turn of the collar near the handle. Can be easily operated with one hand. 

Price $10.00 




1887 



FIG. 1887— MILES IMPROVED ECRASEUR. 

The head is constructed on the principle of the emasculator. The lower edge 
being dull and projecting slightly beyond the upper edge which is sharp, crushes the 
cord before it comes in contact with the upper cutting edge. 

Price $7.75 




Fig. 1891- 



-Ferguson's Angiotribe Forceps, for arresting secondary hemorrhage 
after castrating, 7%-inch $2.00 



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CASTRATING INSTRUMENTS. 





1912 





1915 



1918 




1916 



1919 




1920 



Fig. 1897 — Castrating Clamp Forceps, improved $7.50 

Fig. 1900 — Castrating Clamps, wood, 7-inch, per pair 40 

Fig. 1903 — Castrating Clamps, wood, 8%-inch, per pair 50 

Fig. 1912 — Castrating Knife, Zeigler's, folding, metal handle 1.50 

Fig. 1915 — Castrating Knife, Zeigler's, double blade, metal handle 2.00 

Fig. 1916— Castrating Knife, Miles', double blade, metal handle 2.00 

Fig. 1918 — Castrating Knife, Zeigler's, hook blade, metal handle 1.50 

Fig. 1919— Castrating Knife, Miles', hoe blade, metal handle 1.50 

Fig. 1920 — Castrating Knife, Robinson's, stiff, file drawn handle 1.25 



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1921 



1924 



1927 



1929 



1931 



1932 



1934 



Fig. 1921 — Castrating Knife, scalpel blade, stiff, file drawn handle $1.25 

Fig. 1924 — Castrating Knife, hoe blade, file drawn handle 1.25 

Fig. 1927 — Castrating Knife, hook blade, stiff, file drawn handle 1.25 

Fig. 1929 — Castrating Knife, scalpel blade, stiff, heavy concave handle 1.50 

Fig. 1931 — Castrating Knife, hoe blade, stiff, heavy concave handle 1.50 

Fig. 1932 — Castrating Knife, hook blade, stiff, heavy concave handle 1.50 

Fig. 1934 — Castrating Knife, special deep bellied blade, stiff, heavy concave 

handle 1 .50 



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RESTRAINT APPARATUS. 



FIG 



1948— W. F. KNOWLES' WEB 
CASTING HARNESS. 




The Web Casting Har- 
ness shown In cut is most 
simple in construction. It 
weighs but 3% pounds, 
and will fold up small 
enough to be carried in the 
pocket. It is fully guar- 
anteed to be stronger and 
more durable than any 
_ mM harness can be made of 
leather weighing less than 
15 pounds. It is attractive in appear- 
ance and is pronounced by those who 
are using them the very best appliance 
of the kind ever offered to the public. 
Standard size, fits a 1,000 pound horse 
perfectly, can be used on any sized 
horse, but is best for those of that heft 
and smaller, down to yearling colts. 
For side lines, get 38 feet 7-16 or %-inch 
manila or sisal rope, cut in two, use one- 
half on each side. Fasten one end of each 
rope to the plain or inside ring; the lines are 
then passed through the rings of the hobbles 
from inside outwardly, and thence through 
the "eye" of the outside rings of the harness. 
The short band of harness goes over the 
back, the long one around the breast. 

Fig. 1948 — Price per set, without side ropes, $6.00, with side ropes $7.50 

Fig. 1950 — Price of Hobbles, alone, per pair 2.00 




FIG. 1951— TRAMP'S CASTING HARNESS. 

The most practical casting 
harness on the market. Ma- 
terial entering into its makeup 
is the best. Constructed so as 
to insure easy, safe applica- 
tion and removal. The trim- 
mings used in this harness are /^fef. 
of extra heavy grade, and do |Lp^ 
not in any way directly con- t- 
tact the animal's body. A 
special arrangement at the girth per- 
mits of its exact and quick adjustment 
to either a yearling or heavy draft 
horse. It is not a complicated harness 
and may be used for restraint by 
several different methods. Back band 
is 4 inches wide, with a 2-Inch, 2-ply 
layer continuous over its entire length, 
making 3 plies firmly stitched to- 
gether, insuring an extra strong back 
band. Links with hondas for rope to 
slip through are attached with special 
clips for the purpose. Tie straps are 
iy z inches wide, cut out of heavy, firm 
stock, and work with a patent tacka- 
berry cinch buckle, making it very 
easy and quick to adjust to any size 
horse. Belly band is 2 inches wide, 
with heavy 2-inch dees to hook into 
the patent girth buckle. Two extra 
dees are set 3 inches from each end of 
the band, to be used with the back 
band in breaking colts or bad horses, 
or in any other way the operator sees 
fit. The dees are set into belly band with iron plates, an arrangement which prevents 
their being torn out. Breast strap is 1% inches wide, cut out of heavy single strap trace 
leather, and can be adjusted by the return arrangement of the buckle. Hobbles are IVi 
inches wide, made of the very heaviest trace leather, 3-ply, channelled on the inside and 
hand stitched, with wrought links and hondas put in links. Rope will not cut and burn 
with this improved arrangement. 

Price of harness, without ropes $18.00 

With ropes, 40 feet, %-inch manila (extra) 2.00 

For prices of Rope, see page 198. 




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RESTRAINT APPARATUS. 

FIG. 1954— AUTOMATIC 
LOCK CASTING HARNESS. 

(Patented by Drs. Byrd & Treadway) 




The use of the automatic locks on the casting harness 
has proven to be a very popular addition and convenience. 
The automatic lock throwing harness consists of a heavy 
leather back band, with adjustable rope locks (Fig. 1957) 
and release snaps, two manila rope side lines, adjustable breast chain and chain belly 
girth. With this harness one man can easily throw a horse, and as the rope lock grips the 
rope as it is tightened, there is no danger of burning the fetlocks. For ridgling, hind foot 
operations, and shoeing vicious horses it has no equal. 

The back band is made of heavy 4-inch leather and reinforced on either side where it 
terminates into the side chains onto which are attached the quick release snaps and the 
automatic rope locks. The chains are all electric welded and the snaps and locks are 
made of malleable iron, in order to withstand the heavy strain placed upon them. These 
locks are guaranteed for the purpose intended here and we will replace, without charge, 
any lock broken in general usage. 

DIRECTIONS FOR ADJUSTING 
The harness is placed on, the animal "with breast chain adjusted so as to hold bacK 
piece well up to the withers, but should drop down to about the head of the flexor meta 
carpi muscle, as illustrated. In this position it prevents the horse from striking at you 
should he be so inclined, and prevents any pressure on the trachea. When the harness 
is thus adjusted, snap the ends of side lines in the back release snaps, then down around 
the fetlocks on each foot, and through each of the rope locks, taking your position on 
the right side of horse. If he is not vicious pull up right hind foot. If there is only one 
man, take the left line and bring it across the back. Before taking up the hind foot pass 
the end of halter rope through rope lock on adjustable chain on left side. When you 

have foot up draw the head around sharp to the left 
and your horse will rock over. Then draw up your 
left line. You can then tie hind quarters with the fig- 
ure eight, the same as you would with any harness. 

The Automatic Lock Casting Harness can be used 
in various ways on the standing horse for restraint, 
such as breeding hobbles on vicious mares, also in 
suturing wounds on hind quarters by crossing side 
lines under the abdomen and above the hocks, and 
when floating vicious horses to keep them from strik- 
ing the operator. 

Price, complete, as described $15.00 

Fisr. 1957 — Illustrates the automatic rope lock de- 
vised by Drs. Byrd and Treadway, and used on the 
patented automatic lock casting harness described 
above. It is a very convenient attachment for any 
casting harness, as it will save time in tying and re- 
leasing. It grips the casting rope tightly and does 
away with "see-sawing" while the animal is strug- 
gling. With this appliance, together with the quick 
release snaps, the subject may be quickly released and 
with little effort on the part of the operator. Made of 
malleable iron, non-breakable, and will wear a life- 
time. Absolutely dependable, and will not cut the 

rope. Per set of two (with snaps) $4.50 

Fig. 1957 




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RESTRAINT APPARATUS 

FIG. 1958— QUICK RELEASE SNAPS, 
PATENTED, B. & T. PATTERN. 

A strong, simple mechanical device which per- 
mits of the instantaneous releasing of a confined 
animal without any pulling or 
tugging on part of operator. 

It may be used on sidelines 
of any casting or breeding har- 
ness, and is of a construction 
that will withstand all hard 
wear and usage. 

Made of malleable iron. The 
steel connecting loop is electric 
welded and about four inches 
long, thereby extending beyond 
the arm of snap, which insures 
a balancing leverage and pre- 
vents undue strain on any one 
part of the snap. The spring is a strong bronzed steel coil that will not weaken 
or rust. 

This snap is guaranteed and will be replaced gratis if broken in general use. 
Price, each $1.00 Price, per pair $1.75 





Fig. 1959. 

Fig. 1959 — Dr. L. L. Conkey's Patent Hobbles, complete with self-locking buckle, 

rope and chain $10.00 



Fig. 1961 — Galvanized Iron Thimbles, for casting harness 

etc., for )^-inch rope, each $0.10 




1961 




1962-1965 



Fig. 1962— Cotton Rope. 

Per foot 

Vi inch $0.04 

% inch 06 

Vi inch .08 

% inch .10 



Fig. 1965— Manila Rope. 



Vi inch. 

V2 inch . 

% inch. 

% inch . 



Per foot 
.$0.02 
. .04 
. .06 

, . .08 



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1969 




1979-1982 




1966 



1972 




1973 




1975-1977 



Fig. 1 966 — Nasal Clamp and Twitch $3.00 

Fig. 1969 — Humane Nose Twitch 2.00 

Fig. 1972 — "Covert" Round Eye Swivel Snap 30 

Fig. 1973 — Lariat Honda, rawhide (cut is one-half size) 60 

Fig. 1975 — Lariat Honda, galvanized thimble and grip (cut one-half size) 25 

Fig. 1977 — Lariat Honda, brass (cut one-half size) 35 

Fig. 1979 — Tom Horn Lariat, with brass honda (40 feet %-inch rope) 3.60 

Fig. 1981 — Braided Cotton or Linen Lariat (40 feet), with rawhide or galvanized 

honda 5.50 

(Extra length 10c per foot.) 

Fie. 1982 — Braided Cotton or Linen Lariat (40 feet), with brass honda 6.00 

(Extra length 10c per foot.) 



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HOOF INSTRUMENTS. 

NOTICE 

We guarantee all instruments bearing our stamp against any imperfections in the 
workmanship or the material, but "will not under any circumstances replace any broken 
hoof knives unless the instrument shows it was broken through a flaw, which must 
show itself clearly before we can allow any claim for a new knife. Hoof knives are 
tempered hard to withstand general usage, and consequently are very brittle. 




Fig:. 1984 — Amvetsco Hoof Set, Aluminum Handle Knives, complete as illustrated, in 

heavy khaki roll $11-1.50 

NOTE: Special sets of any kind may be made up as ordered. In figuring set price, 
add list price of each instrument desired, including roll, and deduct 15%. 




^mm&tt 




/2 SIZE 



1990 



Pig. 19S8 — Hoof Knife, plain wood handle, 6 sizes, each SO 90 

Pig. 1090 — Keystone Hoof Set, Iron Handle, Changeable Blades, complete' in' canvas 

$2.00 



roll. 



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1998 



2004 



2005 



2010 



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2018 



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2052 



Fig. 1998 — Hoof Knife, with cutting edge back, aluminum handle $2.00 

Fie 2004 — Hoof Searcher, narrow blade, aluminum handle 2.00 

Fig. 2005 — Hoof Searcher, double edge, aluminum handle 2.00 

Fig. 2010 — Hoof Knife, wide, short blade, extra heavy, aluminum handle 2.00 

Fig. 2016 — Hoof Knife, double edge, aluminum handle 2.00 

Fig. 2018 — Sage Knife, double edge, aluminum handle 2.30 

Fig. 2019 — Hoof Knife, French pattern, short blade, aluminum handle 1.50 

Fig. 2022 — Hoof Knife, French pattern, double edge, aluminum handle 1.75 

Fig. 2052 — Hoof Knife, single folding pocket style, heavy horn handle 1.50 

NOTE — Our single edge hoof knives are all right hand. For left hand use we suggest 
only the double edge styles. 



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Hi 



2056 



2059 



2061 







Horse Shoer's 
KNIFE STONE 



The Blacksmith's PeligU. 



3& 



2073 



5B» 

2076 

Fig. 2056 — Adams' Hoof Knife, heavy fenestrated handle, double edge $2.00 

Fig. 2059 — Heller Hoof Knife, heavy blade, horn handle 75 

Fig. 2061 — Hoof Slitter, Dr. L. A. Merillat's, solid, 6-inch 1.65 

Fig. 2.067 — Hoof Groover, aluminum handle 1.50 

Fig. 2070— Dr. Jos. Hughes' Hoof Groover, aluminum handle 1.75 

Fig. 2073 — Hoof Knife Hone, for sharpening hoof knives, and curved edge 

instruments 20 

Fig. 2076 — Hoof Knife File, rat tail shape, made especially for sharpening the 

hook or curved end in hoof knives 20 

We stock a complete line of hones and stones. See page 274. 



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9 



=*53 



2085 





2079 



2088 



2094 



2097-2100 



2103 



Fig. 2079 — Nail Hole Curette, Dr. Jos. Hughes', nickel-plated $1.25 

Fig. 2082 — Nail Hole Curette, Dr. Jos. Hughes', nickel-plated 1.25 

Fig. 2085 — Hoof Canula, flexible silver, ideal for injections into nail pricks, will 

fit any ordinary screw end hypodermic syringe 1.00 

Fig. 2088 — Curette, Brun's, oval, solid metal, 3 sizes, nickel-plated, each 1.50 

Fig. 2091 — Curette, Brun's, round, solid metal, 3 sizes, nickel-plated, each 1.50 

Fig. 2094 — Curette, Luer's, round with hole in bowl, solid metal, assorted sizes, each 1.50 

Fig. 2097— Curette, Hebra's 1.50 

Fig. 2100 — Curette, Hebra's, extra heavy 2.00 

Fig. 2103 — Curette, for nail holes, angular, nickel-plated, hollow handle 2.90 



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HOOF INSTRUMENTS. 






2106-2109 



2112-2115 



2118 




Fig. 2106 — Fetlock Shears, plain, nickel-plated, 7%-inch $2.10 

Fig. 2109 — Fetlock Shears, serrated edge, nickel-plated, 7%-ineh 2.30 

Fig. 2112 — Fetlock Shears, leather covered rings, nickel-plated, 7%-inch 2.75 

Fig. 2115 — Fetlock Shears, leather covered rings, serrated edge, 7%-inch 3.00 

Fig. 2118 — Fetlock Shears, extra heavy, nickel-plated, 6%-inch 2.25 

Fig. 2121 — Splinter Forceps, Van Buren's, 8-inch 2.50 

Fig. 2124 — Splinter Forceps, Hamilton's, aseptic joint, 9-inch 3.00 



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2136 



2138 



2139 



2142 



Fig. 2127 — Sand Crack Cautery Iron, three sizes, each $2.25 

Fig. 2130 — Sand Crack Forceps, for closing- clamps, 3 sizes, each 6.00 

Fig. 2133 — Sand Crack Clamps, 4 sizes, per dozen 75 

Fig. 2138 — Hoof Testing Forceps, 15-inch 2.50 

Fig. 2138 — Hoof Testing Forceps, Hanson's, "with serrated jaws for grasping any 

size hoof, 15-inch 2.50 

Fig. 2139 — Hoof Testing Forceps, medium, 10% -inch 2.50 

Fig. 2142 — Hoof Testing Forceps, regular pattern 2.60 



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HOOF INSTRUMENTS. 





KSesV 1 



2148 



2151 



2154 



2157 




2160 




Fig. 2148 — Hoof Parer, easy cut- 
ting, 14-inch $3.75 

___. _, Fig-. 2151— Hoof Pincers, or Cut- 

i^&mgmmmmBmm mm mmmmatmm ^ — m _—^l ting Nippers, 14-inch. . . 2.00 

Fig. 2154— Hoof Parer, 14-inch 2.40 

Fig. 2157— Hoof Pincers, or Cut- 
ting Nippers, 12-inch. . . 1.75 

Fig. 2160— Hoof Cutter, gouged 5.00 

Fig. 2163— Hoof Hammer and Hook 2.00 



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2169 



2172 




2175 




2178 




Fig. 2166-Hoof Rasp, half fie 12- nch $0.75 14- nch $1.00 

Fig. 2169-Hoof Rasp, beveled edge 12- nch .75 14- inch 1.0-0 

Fig. 2172— Hoof Rasp, quarter file 12-mch .75 14- ch 1.00 

Fig. 2175— Hoof Rasp, tanged 12-mch 1.00 14-inch 1.25 

Fig. 2178— Hoof Buffer, 6-inch 



Fig 2179— Hoof Hammer, farrier's pattern, with handle. 
Fie. 2180— Hoof Hammer, driving pattern, with handle. 



50.75 
1.10 
1.15 



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FOOT APPLIANCES. 





FIG 2182. 20th CENTURY SOAKING BOOT. 

For treating cracked hoofs, for holding poultices and dressings of all kinds, and 
for driving in case of lost shoe. The top is made of felt, and covered with heavy 
ducking; the bottom sheet steel and rubber. It is convenient to adjust, and cannot be 
torn off. Made in three sizes: large size, 8%x9 inches for heavy draught horses; 
medium, 7%x8 inches for road horses and light delivery, and the small size, 6%x7 
inches, for runners and trotters and mules. After using, be sure to straighten up top 
of boot so it will dry out straight — don't throw it in a corner — then it will be ready 
for use when you need it again. 

Price per set of two $5.00 

Price each 2.75 





2183 2185 2186 

Fig. 2183 — Poultice Boot, all leather, extra heavy $4.50 

Fig. 2185 — Shoe-boil Pad, leather covered 2.75 

Fig. 2186 — Swabs (Soaking Boot), heavy faun felt 1.70 



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2187 2190-2199 2202-2211 2214 2220 2226 2226 

2223 2238 2238 

Fig. 2187 — Seton Probe, flexible, copper, nickel-plated, 19% -inch $2.00 

Fig. 2190 — Seton Needle, jointed, sharp end, with eye, 10-inch 1.10 

Fig. 2193 — Seton Needle, jointed, sharp end, with eye, 12-inch 1.25 

Fig. 2196 — Seton Needle, jointed, sharp end, with eye, 16-inch 1.35 

Fig. 2199 — Seton Needle, jointed, sharp end, with eye, 18-inch 1.50 

Fig. 2202 — Seton Needle, jointed, probe end, with eye, 10-inch 1.10 

Fig. 2205 — Seton Needle, jointed, probe end, with eye, 12-inch 1.25 

Fig. 2208 — Seton Needle, jointed, probe end, with eye, 16-inch 1.35 

Fig. 2211 — Seton Needle, jointed, probe end, with eye, 18-inch 1.50 

Fig. 2214 — Seton Needle, with two joints, sharp end, 18-inch 2.00 

Fig- 2217 — Seton Needle, with two joints, blunt end, 18-inch 2.00 

Fig.»2220 — Seton Needle, jointed, sharp end, no eye, 12-inch 1.25 

Fig. 2223 — Seton Needle, jointed, probe end, no eye, 12-inch 1.25 

Fig. 2226 — Seton Needle, stiff, sharp or blunt end, with or without eye, 6-inch .65 
Fig. 2229 — Seton Needle, stiff, sharp or blunt end, with or without eye, 8-inch .85 
Fig. 2232 — Seton Needle, stiff, sharp or blunt end, with or without eye, 12-inch 1.25 
Fig. 2235 — Seton Needle, stiff, sharp or blunt end, with or without eye, 16-inch 1.50 
Fig. 2238 — Seton Needle, stiff, sharp or blunt end, with or without eye, 18-inch 1.50 



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2244 




2241 



2247 



Fig. 2241— Rowelling Scissors $2.50 

Fig. 2244 — Seton Needle, Dr. John Adams', curved, three pieces 3.50 

Fig. 2247— Seton Needle, frog, plain 75 




FIG. 2248— DR. ROBERGE'S PATENT 
HOOF EXPANDER. 

Relieves corns, contractions, quarter 
cracks, etc. For expanding a contracted 
hoof and keeping a foot sound and in 
its natural shape. In ordering send dia- 
gram of foot or state size of shoe your 
horse wears. 
Price, per pair $1.80 




FIG. 2249— HOOD'S FOOT ADJUSTER. 

The best style on the market. With 
it you can absolutely level the feet and 
get the correct angle. 
Price .$4.00 



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Fig. 

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Fig. 
Fig. 
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Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



2292 
2253 — Neurotomy Knife, sharp pointed, straight, 6-inch, with fluted 

metal handle $1 

2256 — Neurotomy Knife, blunt pointed, concave blade, 6-inch, with fluted metal 

handle 1 

2259 — Neurotomy Knife, blunt pointed, convex blade, 6-inch, with fluted metal 

handle 1 

2262 — Neurotomy Knife, blunt pointed, straight, 6-inch, with fluted metal han- 



dle. 



2265 — Neurotomy Knife, sharp pointed, straight, heavy, 6-inch, with solid metal 

handle 1 

2268 — Neurotomy Knife, sharp pointed, straight, light, 6-inch, with solid metal 

handle 1 

2271 — Neurotomy Forceps, plain, nickel-plated, 4 V 2 -inch 

2274 — Neurotomy Foreeps, plain, nickel-plated, 5% -inch 

2277 — Neurotomy Forceps, with teeth, 5-inch, nickel-plated 

2280 — Neurotomy Forceps, with teeth. 6-inch, nickel-plated 1 

2283 — Neurotomy Forceps, 4% -inch, short jaws 

2286 — Neurotomy Forceps, 5 -inch, short jaws 

2289 — Neurotomy Scissors, curved, extra heavy, 6%-inch, blunt points 2 

2292 — Neurotomy Scissors, curved, 6-inch, blunt points 1 



00 
.00 
00 
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.40 
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,80 
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90 



.75 



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2316 



2343-2346 



Fig. 2298 — Neurotomy Retractor, double end $1.10 

Fig. 2304 — Neurotomy Retractor, Lovewell's, self -retaining 75 

Fig. 2316 — Neurotomy Hook, Dr. Jos. Hughes,' with eye, right and left, each... 1.25 

Fig. 2319 — Neurotomy Hook, with eye, solid handle 90 

Fig. 2325 — Neurotomy Hook, sharp, nickel-plated 90 

Fig. 2331 — Neurotomy Hook, Dr. J. V. Lacroix's, blunt 1.00 

Fig. 2340 — Neurotomy Needle, half curved 1.80 

Fig. 2343 — Neurotomy Hook, curved, right 1.25 

Fig. 2346 — Neurotomy Hook, curved, left 1.25 



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FIG. 2349. "AMVETSCO" ETHER AUTO CAUTERY. 

This instrument possesses every advantage over other cauteries now on the 
market. 

It is constructed on scientific principles, all parts are carefully inspected, and each 
instrument before it leaves the factory undergoes various thorough tests to insure its 
proper working when in use. Many parts are made of special metals so as to insure 
great strength and to resist an internal pressure of 150 atmospheres. The auto cautery 
is absolutely safe, as there are thousands in use in this country and abroad and in no 
instance has an accident been reported. 

It is very simple of operation and can be manipulated with one hand, which is 
a great advantage. 

By turning the screw on the regulating needle valve any degree of heat can 
be produced and kept up steadily, and the cautery will maintain an even degree of heat 
for about an hour. The handle does not get hot as in other makes of cauteries. 



Ether is the proper fluid to use in charging this instrument, and we find 
experience that the regular Anaesthesia Ether is the best. 



by 



The cautery is put up in a neat wood polished box with partitions, and has a 
nickel-plated handle for carrying the outfit. The box contains the auto cautery, one 
hatchet-shaped firing tip, one ball point tip, one adapter, four assorted pin cauteries, 
one heavy nickel-plated alcohol lamp with screw top, one nickel-plated Spanner wrench 
to fit the various nuts on the cautery, one wire cleaner for cleaning the burner and 
one screw cap bottle for carrying ether. 



Price," complete as illustrated, in polished case $18.00 

Price, without ball point 17.00 



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FIRING INSTRUMENTS. 





2361 



2364 



Fig. 2361-Firing Iron Set, consisting of 3 feather and 3 straight puncture firing 

ironsf with wood grip universal handle, put up in canvas roll $6.00 

Fig. 2364— Firing Irons, each one in separate handle, 7 styles, each 1.10 

FIG. 2367— BLAST TORCH. 

Is furnished with a burner of exceptional power 
and is of a type considered unequalled by many users. 
The air valve is conveniently located at the bottom 
of the pump barrel in such a position that it is out of 
the way and not easily damaged. The tank is of 
heavy No. 18 gauge brass with brass funnel-shaped 
bottom for filling, fitted with a non-leaking filler plug, 
has attachment for holding firing _i ron - Capacity of 
tank about one quart. 
Price $7.50 




2367 

FIG. 2370— BLAST FURNACE, FOR HEATING 
FIRING IRONS. 

Can be used in the wind or coldest weather. The 
heaviest firing irons are heated in incredibly short 2370 

time, and with positively minimum consumption of gasoline. Burner is attached to 
swivel point and gives a flat flame of intense heat and perfect combustion that is 
easily regulated. Capacity about 7 quarts. 

Price $12.00 




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2373 2382 2385 

Fig. 2373— Docking Firing Iron $ 1.25 

Fig. 2376 — Docking Firing Iron, improved pattern 1.25 

Fig. 2379— Docking Firing Iron 1.25 

Fig. 2382 — Docking Shears, with wood handles 10.00 

Fig. 2385— Dooking Shears, Ryder's 10.00 

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2388 



2391 



2394 




Fig. 2388 — Shears, tail trimming, leather covered rings, 7% -inch $2.75 

Fig. 2391 — Shears, tail trimming, plain, nickel-plated, 7%-inch 2.00 

Fig. 2394 — Shears, tail trimming, 8-inch 1.80 

Fig. 2397 — Shears, tail trimming, improved, upper blade with knife edge, lower 

blade serrated edge 3.00 

For Knicking Knives see pages 268 to 273. 



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FIG. 2400— No. 1 BALL BEARING EN- 
CLOSED TYPE CUPPING 
MACHINE. 

Has rigid base; 
tubular upright; gears 
all cut from solid 
metal and enclosed in 
dust-proof metal box; 
all wearing parts are 
of hardened steel; 
new style, light, easy 
running flexible shaft, 
6 feet long; compact 
— can be taken down 
or set up quickly. 
Size of shipping box 
only 6x11x12% in. 
The most per- 
fect clipping 
machine ever 
made at any 
price. 

Weight, boxed, 36 lbs. 

Each $ 9.75 

Sheep Shearing Attachment 9.00 

Combined No. 1 Machine, for both 
horse clipping and sheep shear- 
ing 18.75 

FIG. 2403— STEW ART No. 8 ENCLOSED 

GEAR SHEEP SHEARING 

MACHINE. 

Every owner of five or 
more sheep should have 
one. All moving parts 
are enclosed in a dust- 
proof case, where they 
run in oil. This prac- 
tically does away with 
friction and wear. It 
turns easily and shears 
fast. A great improve- 
ment over anything else 
for shearing. 

The gears are cut from 
the solid steel bar 
and are hardened 
file hard by our spe- 
cial hardening pro- 
cess. They couldn't be harder or tougher. 

Weight, boxed, 36 lbs. 

Pitted with shearing handle and 4 

combs and 4 cutters, each $12.00 

Horse Clipping Attachment 6.75 

Combined No. 8 Machine, for both 
sheep shearing and horse clipping 18.75 





FIG. 2406— No. 2 CHICAGO CLIPPING 
MACHINE. 



Has rigid base; tubu- 
lar upright; large, 
strong crank handle; 
6y2-foot flexible steel 
shaft; teeth in large 
gear all cut from solid 
metal; wearing parts 
all hardened tool steel; 
positive power — no belt 
to slip. Can be turned 
with either hand. Sim- 
ple, strong, durable. It 
is light running and 
noiseless. The strong- 
est and most powerful 
of all hand-operated 
clipping machines. 

Will clip a horse in 
thirty minutes. 

Weight, 56 lbs.; boxed, 70 lbs. 

Each $14.00 

Sheep Shearing Attachment 9.00 

Combined No. 2 Chicago Machine, 
for both horse clipping and 
sheep shearing $23.00 

FIG. 2409— STEWART No. 9 BALL 

BEARING SHEEP SHEARING 

MACHINE. 

Base and upright of 
this machine are the same 
as base and upright of the 
Stewart No. 1 ball bear- 
ing clipper. They are as' 
substantial as it is pos- 
sible to make them. The 
gearing is very similar to 
that of the No. 1 clipping 
machine also, but there is 
a much larger balance 
wheel to assist in the easy 
running once the machine 
is in motion. Every joint 
in the shaft and the shear- 
ing head itself is fitted 
with ball bearings, pro- 
ducing a machine that , 
turns easier and cuts 
faster, with less effort on the part of 
the operator, than any machine ever 
made. 

Weight of machine, boxed, 50 lbs. 

Price of each machine, fitted with 
No. 7 ball bearing shear and 4 
combs and 4 cutters $14.00 




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Wii 


o 


1WW 


Cfc 




^Jj 





B-3 

No. 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 



rts for Stewart Latest Model Cutting Head for 
Horse Clipping Machines. (Patented) 

s supplied on all Stewart Horae Clipping Machines since 
January 1, 1915. 
Stewart Latest Model Cutting- 
Handle and Knife, complete $3.50 

Stewart Latest Model Clipper 

Knife, without handle 2.50 

Stewart Latest Model Clipper 

Handle, only 1.00 

Part Trice, each 

Shaft socket $0.23 

Taper sleeve 40 

Drive pin 35 

Drive ball. 
Brace. . . . 
Cross head. 



Parts of Handle and Knife used on all Stewart 
Horse Clipping Machines.before January 1, 1915 

No. 
C-l 



.10 

.50 
.50 

Cross head pin 10 

Guide pins. . . . 

Ball boss 

Socket boss. . . 

Top plate 

Bottom plate. . 
Tension bolt. . 
Tension spring*. 
Tension nut. . . 



.05 
.05 
.05 
1.00 
1.50 
.05 
.05 
.05 



C-2 

C-3 

90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
97 
98 
99 



Stewart horse clipper handle and 

knife, complete 

Pair Stewart horse clipper blades, 

top and bottom 

Horse clipper handle, complete 

without knives 

Top plate 

Tension spring" of handle 

Tension bolt of handle 

Excentric roll of handle 

Tension nut of handle 

Pin and shaft of handle 

Shank of handle 

Front part of handle. . 

Bottom plate of handle 



$3.50 

2.50 

1.00 
1.00 
.05 
.05 
.10 
.05 
.35 
.40 
.50 
1.50 



FIG. 2414— PARTS OF STEWART No. 1 BALL 
BEARING CLIPPING MACHINE. 



f . *\ 704 





No. 

704 
362 
864 
866 
867 
868 
871 



Gear cap 

Leg bracket 

Cotter pin 

6-foot chain, 30c per foot 

Bracket stud and nut 

Legs, each 

6-foot shaft 8. 

In ordering" for Stewart Clipping Machi 
purchased since January 1, 1915, speci 
shaft as 871A. 

875 Handle nut 

876 Eye spindle 

877 Crank handle 

879 Upper part of upright 

880 Lower part of upright with 

coupling 



ce 




50 




35 


882 


02 


883 


SO 


884 


05 


885 




886 


00 


887 


ne 


888 


ty 


889 




890 


05 


891 


50 


892 


50 


893 


.40 


894 



60 



Pi«". 2410 — Special A Shear, 

price complete as 
shown $4.00 

Extra top plates, each, 60c. 
Extra bottom plates, each <J0c. 

Can be attached to any Stew- 
art horse clipping machine. This 
shear was devised to cut hair 
that is not as stiff as horse hair 
nor as soft as wool. Popular 
"with owners of long haired dogs, 
ponies, young colts, etc. 

Gear case cover 75 

Intermediate gear and pinion.... 2.00 

Balance wheel and spindle 1.00 

Drive gear and spindle 1.50 

Gear case 1.00 

Gear head 1.50 

Balls and ball cup .75 

Small cog 25 

Large cog 50 

Gear cap screw 05 

Grip handle screws, each 05 

Grip handle 25 

Gear-case screws, each 05 

3-inch ferrule for No. 871 shaft.. .25 
5-inch ferrule for No. 871 shaft.. .50 



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CLIPPING INSTRUMENTS. 

FIG. 2430— PRIEST'S ONE HAND CLIPPER. 

(For horses or dogs) 

Coarse Teeth. 



Made of the very best material throughout. 
Splendidly proportioned, elegantly finished and 
nickel-plated. A high grade clipper for general 
use. Packed one each in a paper box. 
Price, each $2.25 



2430 



FIG. 2431— PRIEST'S HUNTER FETLOCK CLIPPER. 



(For horses or dogs) 



Coarse Teeth. 



This is an especially strong, substantial, all- 
purpose clipper, nickel-plated, coarse teeth style 
for trimming about the ears and head, as well 
as for fetlock use. May be used for trimming 
dogs. 
Price, each $2.00 




2431 



FIG. 2432— PRIEST'S CADET HAND CLIPPER. 

(Made especially for trimming about the ears and head.) 



Fine Teeth. 




This clipper is a finely finished, nickel- 
plated instrument. It is made lighter than 
either our Fig. 2430 or 2433, but is priced 
accordingly. Supplied with plain or corru- 
gated bottom plate. 
Price, each $1.65 



FIG. 2434— NEW-MARKET PATTERN HORSE CLIPPER. 

Substantial light weight clipper, well made and 
very neat in appearance, with a 2-inch bottom 
plate. Cannot be surpassed for style and prac- 
tical use. Is a superior article and has only 
to be seen to be appreciated. Finely polished ( 
and plated. Packed in a pasteboard box. 
Price, each $2.60 

FIG. 2435— PRIEST'S BALL BEARING HORSE CLIPPER. 

(With anti-friction bearings) 

Finely polished and plated. Nickel ferrules, 
oval handles with imitation black rubber fin- 
ish, and is recommended as the most satis- 
factory ball bearing horse clipper on the mar- 
ket, with a 2-inch bottom plate. Packed one 
each in pasteboard box. 
2435 Price, each $2.85 





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2439-2440 





2437-2438 





2443 



2444 



Fig. 2437 — Merillat's Fistula Drainage Inserter, complete with 3-foot length, 

perforated tubing $4.50 

Fig. 2438 — Merillat's Perforated Drainage Tube, 3 feet, each 90 

Fig. 2439 — Lacroix Fistula Scissors, 10 inch, for probing and dissecting 6.00 

Fig. 2440 — Lacroix Fistula Scissors, 13 inch, for probing and dissecting 7.50 

Fig. 2441 — Lacroix Fistula Knife, 9 inch 2.00 

Fig. 2442 — Swain's Fistula Knife, long curved blade, 9 inch 2.00 

Fig. 2443 — Merillat's Fistula Forceps, straight, 10 inch 2.50 

Fig. 2444 — Amvetsco Fistula Curette, extra heavy, 16 inch 3.50 



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IMPREGNATING APPLIANCES. 

Artificial insemination as applied to animals consists of introducing semen from 
the male into the uterus of the female. This introduction, either mechanically or by 
the activity of the spermatozoa themselves, is necessary in order that conception 
may take place. As artificially produced it may be stated that 100 per cent of the 
services are perfect because of this introduction exceeding those made by stallion or 
jack in the natural way by at least one-half. 

When artificial insemination is practiced with due regard to Nature's laws, with 
proper observance of temperature, protection from bright sunlight and care as to 
cleanliness, one will be rewarded by a far greater percentage of foals than by the 
careless, abusive, natural way. 

By this method the energies of a valuable stallion may be conserved and his useful- 
ness to a community be prolonged. There is no necessity of overtaxing a breeding 
animal by this procedure. 

His services may be limited to one mare a day, at which time almost any number 
of mares may be bred. 

Breeders of experience have demonstrated that they do not find it necessary to turn 
away mares on account of lack of semen and that it is nothing unusual to breed 
fifteen and twenty mares in one day from one service. 

By not overtaxing the sire it follows that the offspring will be more vigorous 
than colts gotten by natural service. 

This method enables the breeder to select only healthy mares for natural service, 
thus preventing the contraction of infectious diseases by his stallion or jack. It is 
freely admitted that such diseases as dourine, genital horse pox, infectious abortion, 
and various forms of sterility are contracted through the act of coition. The low 
percentage of foals gotten by natural service corroborates this statement. 

The breeder who employs artificial insemination will naturally be alert to detect 
those diseases with which mares are affected, rendering them barren, and will refuse 
to waste his male on them. 

Artificial insemination promotes a better horse industry for the reason that one 
stallion or jack can take the place, so far as service is concerned, of half a dozen. 
This means that only the very best animals will be kept for breeding purposes. 

This method places the breeding business on a strictly scientific basis and it is 
incumbent on the man who hopes to keep abreast of the times to become familiar 
with the practice. It has passed the experimental stage and is now being used by 
scores of intelligent breeders in their daily operations. 

A few comparatively inexpensive instruments and appliances are necessary to 
successfully practice this work and they should be selected with the knowledge that 
they are practicable and have stood the test. 



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2445 



FIG. 2445— SUTHERLAND'S IMPREGNATOR. 

This syringe style impregnator is the result of many practical experiments and 
will accomplish more for artificial breeding than any other syringe type impregnator 
on the market. It is equipped with a ring finger grip. The heavy nickel-plated frame 
is fenestrated and contains a glass barrel with leather packing, which insures perfect 
suction and injection. A removable tip at each end of barrel permits of easy and 
thorough cleaning. 

Directions for use: 

Immediately after the service of stallion or jack 
introduce the right hand into vagina with nozzle of 
impregnator. The semen deposit will be found in 
the vagina at lowest part. Place the nozzle of in- 
strument into this deposit, taking care to guard the 
opening with the finger so that the folds of the 
vagina will not obstruct the inflow of semen into 
the glass chamber. 

When the syringe is full introduce the nozzle 
well into the uterus, force the piston forward and 
the work is complete. 

If it is desirable to impregnate another mare 
present, refill the syringe from same semen deposit 

before withdrawing the hand or instrument, and then introduce the hand as a guide 
or else use speculum and empty the contents as in the first case. If no semen is found 
in the vagina the mouth of uterus was open enough to permit the passage of semen 
into it. 




Cut showing impregnator 
in use. 



Price, each . 



$4.00 




2448 



FIG. 2448— SUTHERLAND'S IMPREGNATOR. 

Same as Fig. 2445, except that it has metal barrel and leather packing. Price. . .$3.00 



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FIG. 2449— GRAHAM'S IMPREGNATOK. 

The latest improved pattern, as designed by Prof. Graham, of the Graham Breeding 
School, is by far the most practical instrument of this style yet perfected. The long 
suction pipe being flexible, permits the operator to reach the floor of the uterus, thus 
insuring the abstraction of the semen deposit. This flexible pipe can easily be manip- 
ulated with one hand, and is covered at the end by a metal cylinder with numerous 
perforations, which not only prevents the mucous membrane being sucked in, but also 
allows an inrush of air into the uterus and tends to lessen the obstinate abstraction, 

The strong rubber bulb will withstand the effects of boiling water, and will also 
produce perfect suction. It is supplied with a metal stopper which screws in after the 
pipe is removed. This bulb can easily be inserted into the vagina of a mare to preserve 
the proper temperature. It is so constructed that the capsules may be readily filled 
from it. 

Price eacn $7.50 




FIG. 2451— THERMOS BOTTLE! 

For keeping semen at an even 
temperature. 

Capacity, one pint $2.60 

Capacity, one quart 4.00 




FIG. 2454— IDEAL BULB IMPREGNATOR. 

Made of pure rubber gum, hand-made tubing, 
best quality rubber bulb and hard rubber pipe. 
Has glass section connecting the bulb and tub- 
ing, also glass section in lower end of tubing, 
near the pipe, which enables the operator to see 
when there is enough semen drawn into the 
tube when impregnating several mares from 
one service of the stallion. 

The only bulb impregnator ever made with 
this valuable and practically necessary feature 
used same as the Sutherland Syringe. Fig. 
2445 is 24 inches long and weighs 7 ounces. 

Price ' $2.50 



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FIG. 2455— CUDD'S SEMEN EXTRACTOR AND IMPREGNATOR COMBINED. 

For many years breeders have been obliged to use semen extractors with which the 
average breeder could not extract the semen from the uterus "without causing' injuries 
to the cervical canal and uterus. By the use of this instrument semen may be extracted 
from the uterus without placing" the finger or hand into the cervical canal. It not only 
serves as an impregnator and semen extractor, but is used as a catheter and douche for 
extracting urine from the bladder and washing the uterus of mares and cows. If the 
semen is in the uterus, the outer tube may be left in the cervical canal, and one mare may 
be bred at a time with the inner tube, which is inserted through the large tube. By the 
use of a vaginal speculum, semen may be extracted from the uterus of a mare without 
placing the hand into the vagina. 

This extractor and impregnator has a perforated point that prevents the membranes 
from entering into the suction tube, and an intake and outlet that air may pass through 
into the uterus as the semen is withdrawn. The, air passing through the tube becomes 
body temperature by the time it reaches the uterus. In using this instrument as a douche, 
the outflow returns through the outer chamber to the exterior. The inner tube only Is 
used as a catheter. 

The bulb is made of high grade rubber, and will give the best of satisfaction. 

Price $ 7.50 

Price, jointed 8.00 

Extra Rubber Bulb for above 3.00 




FIG. 2456— RECTAL, VAGINAL, AND UTERINE DOUCHE. 

There has been considerable demand for a vaginal, uterine, and rectal douche tube, 
which can be used successfully and advantageously, by the scientific breeder. This outfit 
is undoubtedly the only scientific appliance for this purpose that has been as yet devised, 
and we do not hesitate in recommending it to you for the purpose intended. 

With the use of this instrument, the liquids may be retained in the organs for some 
time by holding it tight against the outer surface. For irrigating the uterus and rectum, 
the bell-shaped cup, as illustrated separately, should be used in place of the oval shield! 
Both are made bell-shaped, so as to act as a vacuum. 

Note that the instrument is supplied with return flow outlet, which, however, may 
be shut off by plugging the end of the out-flow tube. The outfit is supplied complete, 
with 6 feet of cloth inserted tubing. 



Price. 



Complete, with Irrigating and Suction Pump j„ , 



$ 7.50 
00 



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IMPREGNATING APPLIANCES. 

FIG. 2457. IDEAL BREEDERS' BAG. 



DIRECTIONS FOR USING. 

When the stallion or jack is ready to serve the mare, slip the Breeders' 
Bag over the glans penis; the inside of bag should be dry to prevent bag 
from slipping off. 1st. Put the bag on while dry and do not press up too 
tightly. 2d. Press all the air out of the bag. 3d. Clasp rubber band 
around the top of bag". 4th. Smear some slippery elm bark infusion on 
outside of bag and on mare's external genitals. 

Clasp one or two rubber bands about the upper part of the bag after 
it has been placed on the horse. These bands are to keep the bag from 
slipping off. Immediately after the service remove the bag; it will con- 
tain from four to five ounces of semen. The next step is to keep this 
fluid at the proper temperature for the next five hours (after that time 
it cannot be used). The simplest method is as follows: 

Empty the contents of the bag into a wide neck bottle. Keep this 
bottle warm by placing it in the hip pocket, or put the bottle into a small 
pocket stitched on the inner side of a surcingle, which is kept buckled 
around a horse. The warmth of the horse keeps the semen at the normal 
temperature. In breeding from this bottle when the semen appears in the glass barrel 
of the impregnator you have two ounces, quite enough for a single service, which inject 
into the womb of the mare to be bred, as above directed. Eight or ten mares may thus 
be bred from the bottle which remains in the pocket. Grease destroys rubber; don't 
lubricate with grease. Ground slippery elm bark is the best lubricant. Get it at any 
drug store, put a little in water and smear on outside of bag or on external genitals of 
the mare. Don't lubricate inside of hag. 

Clean Impregnator or Breeders' Bag "with warm water only (no soap) after each 
time used. 

These bags are supplied in two sizes, for draft horse or roadster stallion. In order- 
ing please specify size desired. 
Price, each $1.25 






FIG. 2460. IDEAL MARE BAG. 

DIRECTIONS FOR USING. 

When ready to use these --~y- — ~~~ 

Bags the inside should be _^r~ 
well lubricated with a solu- 
tion of powdered elm bark in( 
warm water, and the out- 
side should be left as dry 
as possible, as it is neces- 
sary that the Bag should re- 
main stationary in the vagina 

during the service, while the stallion's org.in should slip inside the Bag 
as freely as though he was making a natural cover without it being 
used. 

After lubricating the Bag, place one hand inside about four or five 
inches, then with the other hand gather up the end remaining loose and 
crumple it up inside the hand that is on the inside of the Bag, then 
straighten out the fingers as much as possible, yet holding the crumpled 
end firmly in the hand, insert the Bag into the vagina of the mare a 
few inches, or until it brings the large ring on end of Bag up close to 
the mare's body, then open the hand releasing the crumpled end and 
withdraw the hand, leaving the Bag inside the vagina and the mare Is 
ready for the stallion to serve. 

The moment he dismounts, remove the bag, which will contain from 
four to five ounces of semen. The semen should be poured from the 
Breeders' Bag into a wide-necked bottle, that has previously been 
warmed after which it may be placed in a small pocket stitched to the inner side of a 
surcingle which should be kept buckled around a horse, or place the bottle in a hip 
pocket as the heat of the horse or of the human body will keep it at about normal tem- 
perature, or the bottle may be kept immersed in water heated and kept at a temperature 
of from 96 to 100 degrees. Our Breeders' Thermometer is especially designed for 
guiding breeders in g-etting the water at proper temperature for use with Impregnators 
and Breeders' Bags. ., , , , .. 

The semen thus secured and kept as above described may be used successfully in the 
Impregnating Syringes any time within the next three hours. If semen is exposed to the 
air or becomes chilled or is heated to a temperature higher than 10(1 degrees, it is worth- 
less, so great care should be exercised in keeping it properly protected and at the right 

m When through using the Bag. wash it out with warm water (no soap) and wipe both 
inside and outside dry with a soft cloth, and put crumpled tissue paper or a dry cloth 
inside when not in use, to keep its sides from sticking together. Keep the Bag in a 
cool, dark place. 

These Bags are made of a thin, soft fabric, very strong, and coated with a fine qual- 
ity of rubber and we guarantee them not to burst or tear during the season purchased. 
Should any of them prove defective, we will replace them free, upon 
bursted Bag returned to us. 



receipt of the 



Price, each. 



. $3.50 



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FIG. 2463— SAFETY IMPREGNATING OUTFIT (IMPROVED). 





Fig. 1 



Fig. 2 






This outfit consists of an Impregnating Tube and an 
Introductory Dilator. The tube is a hollow cylindrical and 
non-collapsible rubber shell, which is inserted into the mouth 
of the womb and left there while the mare is bred, thereby 
insuring the entrance of semen into the womb at every 
service when it is used. This tube is inserted into position 
by using the dilator, a blunt pointed hard rubber plug (or 
plunger), attached to a heavily nickeled non-corrosive metal 
rod with handle. The body of the dilator fits the opening 
through the tube and its point projects through as is shown 
in Fig. 2, and when inserted into the vagina the point opens 
the mouth of the womb and guides the tube into position, after which the dilator is 
withdrawn (leaving the tube holding open the os uteri) and the mare is ready to be 
bred. 

The tube holds itself securely in position (Fig. 3) by its retaining corrugations, 
y, and neither the straining of the mare or the movements of 
A the male organ during coverture will dislodge it. This out- 
fit is especially recommended for getting in foal irregular 
breeding and so called barren mares. 



SEMEN 




VA&LNA 



Fig 3 



Weight of outfit IV2 ounces. 
Pric : complete 



.$5.00 




FIG. 2465— BREEDERS' MICROSCOPE. 

This instrument is manufactured especially for the 
examination of semen. It is a thoroughly scientific micro- 
scope, especially adapted for breeders' use. It is equipped 
with an objective which experience has shown to be 
of the most suitable power for examining semen, and is 
supplied with two eye-pieces, giving magnifications of 120 
and 200 diameters, respectively. 

Price, including hard wood cabinet $40.00 



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FIG. 2470— CONE TIP SEMEN SYRINGE. 

Our new cone-tip all-metal syringe outfit for injecting semen into the uterus is 
being used extensively in place of the cone-shaped Breeders' Capsule, and we unhesi- 
tatingly recommend it for this purpose. It prevents semen from coming in contact 
with the light, leaves no foreign material in the uterus to be absorbed, and is much 
more easily inserted through the cervical canal than is the capsule. Can be used 
indefinitely, is easy to manipulate, and can be completely sterilized. Complete, with 
needle adapter and needles for converting into a hypodermic syringe. 

Price $2.50 




FIG. 2472— BREEDERS' CAPSULES. 

Special, cone shaped, per 100 $2.50 




FIG. 2475— IDEAL BREEDERS' 
SPECULUM. 

Made of sheet brass, highly polished, 
nickel-plated both inside and out, length 
5V2 inches. 

Price $4.25 




FIG. 2480— KNOWLES' VAGINAL SPECULUM. 

Tri-valve, 18-inch, price $15.00 




Fig. 2484 — Uterine Douche Tube, double flow, 24-inch. 



.$4.00 



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Fig. 2487 — Breeders' Thermometer, in wood frame $1.00 



Fig. 2490 — Breeders' Thermometer, made especially for enabling breeders to 
keep warm water at proper temperature when using- with Impregnating 
devices, encased in metal case registering- from zero to 220 degrees. .$3.00 

FIG. 2491— NATURAL TEMPERATURE SEMEN HOLDER. 



This receptacle is cast out 
of aluminum, with a thick _^-- 

wall to aid in retaining the ,i 

heat. It is easily cleaned, 
and may be placed in a ves- ■■ I 'i " ' 
sel of ivauT it 10 U d.?.;'<-t? l|ll l '™i'il | lllll|iill| 1 li|il|| 
Fahrenheit or in the vagina, k aV '"■"■"•I 
to hold temperature at a nor- ^^ 
mal degree. It is moulded ^U^* 
in such shape that it may be 
inserted without placing the 
hand in the vagina. With 
this instrument, mares can 
be bred artificially out on the 
pasture, by using the mare 
and instrument to hold tem- 
perature and breeding the 
other mares from the recep- 
tacle. Likewise, the semen 
may be placed in capsules or breeding syringe. 
Price 




. $4.00 



FIG. 2492— ALUMINUM SEMEN CATCHER. 




It has no equal as a semen 
catcher and dipper combined. By 
filling both receptacles with 
sterilized water at 101 degrees 
Fahrenheit at the time service 
is to be made, it is possible to 
breed from five to ten mares 
from catcher, if withdrawal is 
made before the temperature 
falls below 95 degrees. At the 
time of dismounting, lift lid off 
the upper receptacle before 
catching the semen. The water 
retained in the lower receptacle 
holds the temperature for sev- 
eral minutes. Breeding syringe 
or capsules may be filled from 
the receptacle. 

Price $2.75 



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FIG. 2493-DR. W. F. KNOWLES' WALK -TROT-KANT-KICK-SERVICE-HOPPLES. 

For the use of Stallion owners. 

When restrained with this 
hopple a mare can walk or trot 
easily, but "kant kick." 

It is made without leather 
strap or buckle, of the same 
light weight, strong and durable 
material as the W. F. Knowles 
"Web Casting Harness" that 
has been on the market for the 
past twenty years. 

This web is fully seven times 
as strong as leather of the same 
weight. 

They are the least expensive 
ard the most durable hopples in 
the market. They are compact 
and will fold up small enough 
to be carried around in the Dock- 
et or grip. The weight of the 
hopples as illustrated, without 
the rope, is four pounds. We 
recommend fourteen feet of half 
inch manila rope. The ends of 
the rope pass twice through 
spancel or hopple ring and are 
then tied. 

Price, with rope $5.00 




FIG. 2495— SPRINGSTEEN STALLION SHIELD. 

The Springsteen is made of 
strong black harness leather and 
lined with fine quality patent 
leather. The shield is supplied with 
double pointed talks, which can 
be made sharp or blunt as desired, 
thereby decreasing or increasing 
the severity of the shield. It is 
perfectly humane and affords no 
annoyance to the stallion unless 
he attempts to abuse himself, and 
if he dees, he comes in contact 
with the sharp tacks and instant- 
ly ceases. No horse will continue 
to make the attempts after a short 
time and the very presence of the 
shield is proof to the animal that 
he cannot do it. He ceases to try 
and is finally cured so that the 
shield may be laid aside. 

It should be used on every young 
stallion before he has learned the 
habit, and it is a well known fact 
that if the breeder can prevent his 
young colts from masturbation he 
will have no old ones with the gleet. 

Springsteen shield will cure any old stallion of weakness caused by years of 
self-abuse and prevent all young horses from incurring the ruinous habit. It is dur- 
able and will last a long time with reasonable care. 

Price $9-00 




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2496 



FIG. 2496— SILK STALLION SUPPORT. 

This is a most wonderful improvement over 
any support that has ever been placed on the 
market, and is without any question of doubt 
the best article of its kind ever produced. 
Thousands of imitations of this support have 
been put upon the market, but none have been 
successful. We are selling the genuine medi- 
cated silk support at a price that will meet all 
competition of the ordinary, common spurious 
imitations. Patent applied for. 

Price, each $5.20 



FIG. 2499— RUBBER STALLION SUPPORT. 

This support is made of the finest quality 
Para rubber and the best quality of 
leather strap. No better support can be 
purchased at any price. Care should be taken 
to keep supports of all kinds clean. Never 
hang a rubber support in a hot place or in the 
sun. All rubber goods must be kept in a cool, 
dark, dry place. We claim to have the highest 
grade of rubber supports in the country. 

Price, each $5.20 




2499 



FIG. 2502— CHAMOIS STALLION SUPPORT. 

This support has been on the market a great number of years and is made of the 
choicest heavy chamois skins. We do not manufacture them from ordinary, cheap, 
light material but from the finest of genuine chamois hides. They are exceedingly 
soft and for the purpose for which they are intended are one of the best supports made. 
The edge is bound with a fine quality of soft rubber, part of the straps also being rubber 
so that they will not chafe. The leather strapping in this support as well as all other 
supports is first-class in every respect, well-finished and reliable. We recommend the 
chamois support as being superior to the rubber as it is not so liable to rot. 

Price, each $4.45 




FIG. 2505— IVORY STALLION RINGS. 

Ivory rings have been used for quite a number of years as 
stallion shields and in very many cases prove entirely satisfactory 
and yet they are not so sure as a Springsteen shield. We furnish 
these in genuine ivory in three sizes, small, medium and large. 

Price, each $0.50 



2505 



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FIG. 2508— STALLION SERVICE AND 
CERTIFICATE NOTE BOOK. 

This book has 75 Lien Notes for owner of 
mare to give to owner of stallion on account 
of service fee. Each note also contains blank 
form for stallion owner to fill in certificate 
of stallion service, with his signature. The 
leaves on which the notes are printed are 
perforated near the binding so they may be 
easily removed when paid. Mare owners 
pay these notes more promptly than ordinary 
notes. On page opposite each note is full 
page form for entering complete record of 
the service for which the note is taken. 

Each $0.75 

Note: We have this same book without 
Certificate Notes, but with 100 blank service 
record pages. 

Fig. 2511— Each $0.50 



2508 
FIG. 2512— CUDD'S SCIENTIFIC BREEDERS' GUIDE AND RECORD BOOK. 



This book contains 
the rules for artifi- 
cial breeding o f 
mares and the most 
scientific methods 
used. It also gives 
an insight into the 
many causes of ster- 
ility of mares and 
stallions. No scien- 
tific breeder can af- 
ford to be without a 
record book of this 
kind. It contains an 
index and space to 
keep the complete 
record of the breed- 
ing conditions of two 
hundred mares or 
cows. The only 
guide of its kind on 
the market at the 
present time. Bound 
in cloth, pocket size, 
that it may be car- 
ried every day. This 
book will be of serv- 
ice in explaining to 
patrons why many 
mares never produce 
a foal, and the ad- 
vantages of artifi- 
cial breeding. 
Price $1.00 






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CATTLE SPECIALTIES 



OXYGEN GAS APPARATUS FOR 
TREATING MILK FEVER. 

The cylinder is 12 inches high, 3% 
inches in diameter and weighs about 12 
pounds. Its capacity is 40 gallons. A 
piece of rubber tubing 24 inches long 
connects the cylinder with a glass bottle 
(capacity V 2 pint) fitted with a pure 
gum stopper and glass connections. A 
piece of rubber tubing 4 feet long, con- 
nects the milk tube with the wash bottle 

Fig. 2517— Cylinder for 40 gallons 

of oxygen $5.00 

Fig. 2520—40 Gallons of Oxygen.. 2.50 
Fig. 2523 — Wash Bottle, Milk Tube, 

etc 3.00 

Fig. 2526 — Price of Outfit, complete 9.25 

Note: Cylinders are returnable at 
original cost ($5.00) if sent prepaid. 

Cylinders refilled with 40 gallons oxy- 
gen if sent prepaid, $2.50. 





2526 

Fig. 2529 — Milk Fever Apparatus, Schmidt's, 
for the potassium iodide treat- 
ment $1-00 



2529 




2532-2535 



Fig. 2532 — Milk Fever Apparatus, with metsl pump and aseptic reservoir, in 

polished wood box $3.00 

Fig. 2533 — Milk Fever Apparatus, with metal pump and aseptic reservoir with 

plain milk tube (Fig. 2574) 2.75 

Fig. 2535 — Milk Fever Apparatus, with metal pump and assptic reservoir, in 

card board box 2.50 

Fig. 2538 — Extra Pump for above 75 

Fig. 2539 — Extra Air Cylinder for above 75 



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2541 





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2544 



2547 




2550 




2553 



2556 

Fie- 2^41— Milk Fever Apparatus, for the injection of sterile atmospheric air into 
the udder as recommended by the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Com- 
plete in wood case, tape, cotton and directions iM.OU 

Fig 2542— Milk Fever Apparatus, same as Fig. 2541, only supplied with plain 

milk tube (Fig. 2574) instead of tube with valve (Fig. 2550) 2.75 

Fig. 2544— Extra Bulbs, double, for the above apparatus 1-50 

Fig' 2547— Garget Outfit, "Amvetsco," for irrigating udder 2.50 

Fig. 2550— Milk Tube, improved with valve, preventing non-return flow 60 

Fig' 2553— Milk Tube, for irrigating udder, with return flow outlet 1.25 

Fig' 2556—Milk Tube, for milk fever apparatus, without valve 50 



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2559 



2562 




2586-2587 



2565 



2568 



i 

2571 




2574 
2577 



2580 
2583 





2592 



2595 



Fig. 2559 — Teat Dilator, improved $1.00 

Fig. 2562— Teat Dilator, "Amvetsco" 3.00 

Fig. 2565 — Teat Director and Opener .40 

Fig. 2568 — Teat Dilator, 3-prong, with ring end .75 
Fig. 2571 — Teat Canula, probe pointed, silver, 
flexible, will fit any ordinary screw 

end hypodermic syringe 1.00 

Fig. 2574 — Teat Tube, plain, nickel - plated, 

length 2-4% -inch, each 15c; doz. . . .! 1.50 
Fig. 2577 — Teat Tube, plain, silver, length 2- 

4% -inch, each 50c; doz 5 00 

Fig. 2580— Teat Tube, self-retaining, nickel- 
plated, length 2-4%-inch, each 20c; 

doz 2.00 

Fig. 2583 — Teat Tube, self-retaining, silver, 

length 2-4%-inch, each 60c; doz. . . . 6.00 



Fig. 2586 — Teat Plug, for leaky teats, hard rubber 25 

Fig. 2587 — Teat Plugs, lead, with small hole for attaching string or tape, each 

$0.20 ; Dozen 2.00 

Pig. 2589 — Teat Tubes, assorted, 2 to 4 inches, self -retaining, 12 in box, per box 2.00 

Fig. 2592 — Teat Dilator, nickel-plated, for hard milkers, each 25c; doz 2.50 

Fig. 2595 — Teat Dilator, aspetic, with oval loop, each 35c; doz 3.50 



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2601 




2606 



2610 



2613 




2619 




Fig. 2601 — Teat Tumor Extractor, for removing fibrous tumors $1.50 

Fig. 2604 — Teat Slitter, plain 1.00 

Fig. 2606— Teat Probe or Sound, lead each $0.25; Dozen 2.50 

Fig. 2610 — Teat Bistoury, Green's, improved, hand forged 3.10 

Fig. 2613 — Teat Bistoury, Goode's, solid metal, guarded point 1.50 

Fig. 2619 — Teat Dilator, for removing membranes or clots 3.00 

Fig. 2622 — Teat Slitter, one ring, with spool grip 1.75 

Fig. 2625 — Teat Slitter, three ring, single blade 1.75 

Fig. 2628 — Teat Slitter, three ring, twin blade 2.50 



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2631 2634 2637 2640 

Fig. 2631 — Trocar, cattle, reversible, large hollow metal handle $1.50 

Fig. 2634 — Trocar, cattle, oval, with two canulae 1.75 

Fig. 2637 — Trocar, cattle, round, with two canulae 1.65 

Fig. 2640 — Trocar, cattle, round, with wood handle, 7% -inch 90 

Fig. 2641 — Impaction Tube for Regular Cattle Trocar, jointed, length 23 inches, 

diameter 5/16 inch 2.00 




2643 
FIG. 2643— HUGHES' CATTLE TROCAR. 

An improved instrument with special tubing or stomach tube attachment. Gas 
may be quickly removed from the rumen by the use of this trocar, and therapeutic 
treatment applied by attaching rubber bulb syringe or pump to end of canula and inject- 
ing a warm antiseptic solution. This is one of our popular instruments, extra well 
made, and serviceable for continued usage. 

Price $1_ 50 



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CATTLE SPECIALTIES. 

CRUMBAUGH'S RUMENOTOMY OUTFIT. 

For the treatment of impaction of the rumen. 




We offer the original Crumbaugh Rumenotomy Outfit — the most practical instru- 
ments for handling cases of impaction of the rumen. 

With the long, jointed tube, inserted through the canula, and the forceful injec- 
tion of water (medicated if desired), into all parts of the rumen, one may easily break 
up hardened and impacted contents. 

This outfit has proved one of the most popular and practical appliances ever 
designed, and we have received many complimentary reports from those who are 
using it. The canula is sufficiently large to permit insertion of the stomach tube if 
this is desired. 

We supply the outfits complete or parts separately. 

Fig. 2644 — Crumbaugh's Rumenotomy Outfit, complete $5.00 

Fig. 2645 — Crumbaugh's Trocar, only 3.00 

Fig. 2646— Crumbaugh's Jointed Tube, only 2.25 






2652 



2661 



2655-2656 



Fig. 2652 Bull Ring, steel, with spring 2, 2% and 2Vz inch inside diameter, each. $1.00 

Fig. 2655— Bull Ring, polished copper, 2% inch inside diameter, each 60 

Fig. 2656 Bull Ring, heavy, bronze cannon metal, highly polished, 3% inch dia- 
meter, each l - 85 

Fig. 2661— Bull Nose Punch, for cutting perforations for rings, each 2.00 



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Fig. 2664 — Calf Feeder, used by more than thirty agricultural colleges and sta- 
tions, and gives universal satisfaction. Complete with hooks, screws 

and extra nipple, ready to use $1.50 

Fig. 2667 — Pill Injector, with magazine for 10 pills 3.00 

Fig. 2670— Pill Injector, single shot 1.50 

Fig. 2673 — Bull Staff. Hook of the staff is long and of such shape as to make 
it easy to catch the animal and when caught he is held gently but 
firmly under control. Weight 6% pounds, length 5 feet. Nicely enam- 
eled. Price 4.50 

Fig. 2676— Bull Leader, plain 1.75 

Fig. 2679 — Bull Leader, without rope, $0.50; with rope 75 

Fig. 2682— Bull Leader, Harms' 2.00 

Fig. 2683 — Anti-Cow Kicker, to be placed on the large tendon above hock joint, 

adjustment chain and lock on inside 1.00 



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CATTLE SPECIALTIES. 




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2727-2730 

2685— Injection Syringe, steel piston rod, brass finished, one 6-inch and one 
8-inch dose tip supplied with each syringe. 8-oz., $2.90; 12-oz., $4.10; 

18-oz., $4.05; 36-oz $6.00 

26S8 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing 4-oz 1.50 

2691 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 6-oz 1.80 

2694 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, "with leather packing, 12-oz 2.40 

2697 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 16-oz 4.80 

2700 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 20-oz 5.40 

2703 — Dose Syringe, 3-ring, brass, nickel-plated, with two pipes, 1-oz 1.50 

2706 — Dose Syringe, 3-ring, brass, nickel-plated, with two pipes, 2-oz 1.50 

2709 — Dose Syringe, 3-ring, brass, nickel-plated, -with two pipes, 4-oz 2.50 

2712 — Dose Syringe, spool grip, brass, nickel-plated, with two pipes, 1-oz 1.25 

2715 — Dose Syringe, spool grip, brass, nickel-plated, with two pipes, 2-oz 1.25 

2718 — Dose Syringe, spool grip, brass, nickel-plated, with two pipes, 4-oz 2.50 

2719 — Dose Syringe, spool grip, hard rubber, with two pipes, 2-oz 2.00 

2721 — Dose Syringe, with bulb, extra long alumintim pipe, 2-oz, each 50c; dozen 5.00 
2724 — Injection Syringe, pewter: 

12-oz., with 2 pipes 2.65 

16-oz., with 2 pipes 3.00 

24-oz., with 2 pipes 4.20 

36-oz., with 1 pipe 5.40 

48-oz., with 1 pipe 6.60 

2727 — Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 1-oz 50 

2730 Dose Syringe, hard rubber, with leather packing, 2-oz 80 



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DEHORNING INSTRUMENTS 

FIG. 2736— DEHORNING CUTTER, IMPROVED 
KEYSTONE. 

The Improved Keystone Dehorner is the latest and 
most efficient dehorning knife on the market today. _ It 
has been altered and improved in several important points 
of construction, until its strength, cutting service and 
durability have been greatly increased. A careful exam- 
ination of this dehorner will prove every claim made for 
its advantage over others. The entire instrument is 
lighter, stronger and better proportioned than former de- 
horning knives. It is guaranteed to be a first-class device 
in every way, and should any part break during the first 
year of use, repairs will be furnished free of charge. 

Price $13.20 

Extra Blades for above, per pair 1.50 




2736 




FIG. 2739— DEHORNING CUTTER, IMPROVED 
CONVEX. 

This knife is designed for those who want a 
very simple and strong instrument at a some- 
what cheaper price than that asked for the Im- 
proved Keystone and the Regular. It is different 
in construction, also, from each of these. The 
operating admits of any size or shape of horn, 
and the one knife principle permits the device to 
be removed during the operation. As this is often 
necessary, this feature will be appreciated. The 
extreme simplicity and strength of the Convex is 
its strongest recommendation, together with its 
low cost. 

Price $8.25 

Extra Blades for above, each 1.00 



2739 



FIG. 2740— RIDGELY'S DRAW-CUT DEHORNER. 

By using the draw cut principle, a great stride has 
been made in dehorning knife construction. Clean cutting 
with all other knives is impossible. The great power re- 
quired to do the work is evidence that the knives are not 
cutting, but crushing their way through the horn. 

The leverage power of this cutter is enormous. A 2 
inch round hickory stick is easily clipped off, and a horn 3% inches 
in diameter is just as easily cut and without having the animal thrown 
or in a chute. 

The back of this cutter is a smooth surface, enabling you to place 
the blades as close to the head as desired, which is a very valuable fea- 
ture. 

The frame and handles are made of the best grade malleable iron 
finished in wrought black. Blades are the highest grade of crucible 
steel, tempered with natural gas and drawn in oil, assuring a uniform 
temper and long usage. 

Extreme length, 3 feet. 

Width at widest place, 8 inches. 

Hole will admit horn 3% inches in diameter. 

Weight, 12 pounds. 

Price $11.50 

Extra blades, for above, per pair 2.00 




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DEHORNING INSTRUMENTS 

FIG. 2742— DEHORNING CUTTER, LEAVITT'S. 

Blades are V-shaped and the instrument is 
made of the best material. Made in two sizes 
A size, length three feet two inches, weight 

r 15 lbs ,' 'Ai.--A----i $8.00 

,„,,,, B size, length three feet, weight 13 lbs 6 50 

Extra Blades for above, per set 1.00 

FIG. 2745— DEHORNING CUTTER, LEAVITT'S 

Blades arranged on slant; it combines the 
enormous leverage of the V-blade dehorner with 
its peculiar sliding or draw cut. This is an- 
other very popular style. 
A size, length three feet, weight about 14 

IDS. . . ., a-n fa 

B size length three feet 'two 'inches', 'weight 

15 lbs 8 00 

Extra blades for above, per set 150 2745 






2748 





2757 



2763 



2751 2754 

Fig. 274fc — Dehorning Cutter, Perfection, for calves and lambs, improved, each.. $5. 75 

Fig. 2751 — Dehorning Cutter, plain, hand forged, heavy, 18-inch, each 8.25 

Fig. 2754 — Dehorning Gouging Forceps, each 5.75 

Fig. 2757 — Dehorning Saw, plain, each 2.00 

Fig. 2760 — Extra Blades for above, each 35c; dozen 3.50 

Fig. 2763 — Leader, Bull, with rope, each 75 



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BRANDING INSTRUMENTS. 






FIG. 2766— IDEAL EAR BUTTON. 

The ear button fastens into place by first punching a hole in the ear and then 
clamping the button together with a combination punch and plier, clinching tightly 
into the ear, so that it cannot possibly come out. 

Name and address, not exceeding 18 letters, can be put on top cap, or vice versa, 
whichever may be desired. 

25 Buttons 50 Buttons 100 Buttons 500 Buttons 1,000 Buttons 

*l-50 $2.25 $4.00 $18.00 $30.00 




Fig. 2769 — Punch and Wedge, for Ideal Ear Buttons, each $1.50 




FIG. 2772— METAL EAR LABELS. 

Your name on one side and numbered from 1 upward on re- 
verse side, or any numbers desired. 

This label is held in place by a hole punched in the ear, 
through which the label is pressed. These labels are merely 
small metal bands with an opening to fasten them into the ear. 
Not more than ten large size letters can be put on hog or sheep 
sizes, or fifteen on cattle and extra cattle. On cattle sizes only, 
name and address can be put on in small type if not exceeding 
22 letters. 



Sheep and 
, M ,, , Hog Size 

100 with name and numbers (any number) $1.80 

50 with name and numbers (any number) 1.15 

25 with name and numbers (any number) 80 

100 name only or number only (any number) 1.15 

50 name only or number only (any number) 90 

25 name only or number only (any number) .65 



Cattle 


Extra 


Size 


Size 


$2.50 


$3.15 


1.55 


1.80 


.90 


1.15 


1.80 


2.10 


1.15 


1.55 


.80 


1.00 




Fig. 2773 — Punch and Plier, for metal ear labels, each $1 50 

Fig. 2774 — Punch and Plier, for extra size labels .. L66 



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BRANDING INSTRUMENTS 




PERFECT EAR TAG 

CLOSED.ffi^ 



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THE "PERFECT" EAR TAG. 

FOR CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP AJVD SWINE. 

The PERFECT is the lightest tag- manufactured, is made of Aluminum, non-cor- 
rosive and non-poisonous. It is attached to the animal's ear instantaneously by means 
of tongs, which are especially made for this purpose. The point of tag cutting the incision 
in ear, passes through hole in opposite end of tag, and is clinched, in one operation. 
There is no danger of squeezing the ear or causing inflammation. 

These tags may be stamped with name and address and numbered if desired. It 
requires from a week to ten days to complete an order with special name and number, so 
kindly calculate on a slight delay in delivery. 

An animal marked with one of our labels is not mutilated in any way, thus pre- 
serving appearance of the animal and increasing the selling price many times over the 
cost of tag. Stockmen all over the U. S. have used the PERFECT TAG for the past ten 
years. Repeated orders from them are positive proof of the favor our tags are receiving 
above any other ear-marking device. 

Many State Live Stock Sanitary Boards have adopted these as Official Tags. 



Fig. 


2776- 


—Perfect Ear 


Tag for Cattle. 


Fig. 


2777- 


— Perfect Ear 
and Swine 


Tag for Sheep 


Quan 

25. 


tity 

Ad'll 
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Name and 

Address or 

Number Only 

$ 1.80. . . 


Name, Address 
and Number 

$ 2.00 


Quantity 

25 

50 

75 

100 

200 

300 

400 

500 

600 

700 

800 

900 

1000 

Each Ad'l 1 


Name and 

Address or 

Number Only 

$ 1.50 


Name, Address 
and Number 

$ 1.80 


50. 


. . . . 2.50. . . 


2.75 


2.00 


2.25 


75. 


3.25... 


3.60 


2.50 


2.75 


100. 


3.75. . . 


4.25 


2.75 


3.10 


200. 


7.00 


7.50 


5.00 


5.60 


300. 


10.00 


11.00 


7.25 


8.00 


400. 


. . . . 16.50. . . . 


17.50 


. . . . 9.25. . . . 


10.50 


500. 


10.50 


12.50 


600 


17.50.... 
. 20.00. . . . 


19.60 

22.45 


. . . . 11.50. . . . 


13.60 


700. 


13.00 


15.45 


800. 


25.00. . . . 


28.15 


14.50 


17.30 


900 


16.50 


19.65 


1000 


. 27.50. . 


31.00 


17.50 


21.00 


Each 


,000 25.00 


28.50 1 


,000 15.00 


18.50 


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X Pliers, each. . . . 


$1.60 



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BRANDING INSTRUMENTS. 

FIG. 2781— SALE TAGS. 

These tags have proved very popular with hog men for identi- 
fication during sales, etc. They are easily fixed in the ear with the 
regular hog rings. Made of brass and aluminum. Be sure and 
specify kind wanted. 



2781 

Weight 

25 Brass Tags V 2 lb. . . 

50 Brass Tags % lb 

100 Brass Tags 1% lbs. . . 

500 Brass Tags 6 lbs. . 

1,000 Brass Tags 12 lbs... 



Weight 

. $ 0.60 Aluminum 3 

1.00 Aluminum l A 

2.00 Aluminum % 

. 10.00 Aluminum BYz 

20.00 Aluminum 5 



oz $ 0.60 

lb 1.00 

lb 2.00 

lbs 10.00 

lbs 20.00 





"B" Style 
f "A" Style 

rffffSk FIG. 2784— TATTOO EAR MARKER. 

\k ; F ■ l«i (Officially adopted by American Hereford Association.) 

VilflP*^ F° r marking the oars of horses, cattle, sheep and swine. Gives an 

n7±^L „ indelible mark which cannot be removed, making it an absolute means of 
Cut show- -j ,. £ ,• 
ing style identification. 

of letter . 

used. Prices. 

Fig. 2784 — Tattoo Marker, fitted with three letters or figures (1% lbs.) $2.50 

Fig. 2785 — Extra letters or figures, for Tattoo Marker, each 50 

Fig. 2786— Set of ten figures, to 9, for Tattoo Marker, (Ms lb.) 3.50 

Fig. 2787— Complete alphabet, A to Z, for Tattoo Marker (iy 2 lbs.) 7.50 

Fig. 2788— Tattoo Oil, per bottle, (marks 500 ears) 90 

Fig. 2789— Tattoo Ink Stick, (marks 1500 ears) 1.25 

FIG. 2790— SPECIAL EAR PUNCH. 

A punch that combines cheapness and re- 
liability and supplies the long-felt need of a cheap 
but serviceable marking tool. Dies are made of >;., 
the very best steel obtainable; the handles are of y~j* 

malleable iron, thus insuring complete satisfac- tjLjto IS^* 5 " a mA« 

tion. Figures measure % inch and are not inter- jpSP^ILJi S^»^ '■-' '-'V ! " 

changeable. Be sure and state the style of die *— *" 
wanted when ordering. 2790 

Price, fitted with any die (weight 3% lbs.). $2.25 

FIG. 2793— SOLID BURNING 
BRAND FIGURES. 
For horn and hoof. 

Each on long wrought iron han- 
dle. 

2793 
Prices. 

Iron 

y 2 inch, per set $6.00 

% inch, per set 6.75 

1 inch, per set 7.50 

2 inches, per set 13.50 

Set consists of 9 figures. 




Copper 

$ 8.15 

9.75 

11.50 

18.00 



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2796-2799 



2802 



2805 



2811 



Fig. 2796 — Pig Forceps, hand forged, nickel-plated, 14-inch $3.30 

Fig. 2799 — Pig Forceps, hand forged, nickel-plated, extra heavy, 14-inch 3.50 

Fig. 2802 — Pig Forceps, Whisson's, improved pattern, nicely finished 1.50 

Fig. 2805 — Pig Forceps, double end 2.00 

Fig. 2811 — Pig Forceps, Barber's, double end, satin finish 1.50 

Fig. 2814 — Pig Forceps, Day's, patented wire, with hinge loop 1.00 




NO 
PRONGS 
TONGS 



Coil Spring 
that opens 



OR 
THONGS 




FIG. 2817— COLSON'S IMPROVED PIG FORCEPS. 



Made of coppered spring steel wire, nickel-plated and polished.- Length closed 18 
inches. Each one boxed with directions. Weight 6 oz. 
Colson's Bitch and Pig Forceps, length 18 inches. Price, each .$1.65 



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FIG. 2818— SWINE BALLING GUN. 

The practice of administering individual capsules to swine is very common at the 
present time, and for this purpose we have devised a special heavy head balling' gun 
with springs sufficiently strong to withstand continued usage. Length, 14 inches; 
slightly curved. 

Price, each $ 1.75 

Per dozen 18.00 



FIG. 2819— SWINE MOUTH SPECULUM. 



The mouth speculum is oftentimes 
used in connection with the balling 
gun for administering capsules and 
individual dosage to swine. It is par- 
ticularly handy and useful to those 
accustomed to using a balling iron. 

Price, each $ 1.75 

Per dozen 18.00 





FIG. 2820— BAKER'S 
HOG HOLDER. 

Makes Ringing Easy. 

Holds the largest 
hog or the smallest 
shoat without any pos- 
sible chance of its get- 
ting away until you are 
ready to release it. 
Made of aluminum and 
steel. Weight only 2% 
lbs. 





2826 




2829 



Fig. 2820— Hog Holder, Baker's $2.65 

Fig. 2826 — Perfect Hog Rings, to prevent 
rooting. Per 100, $0.15; per 
500, $0.50; per 1,000 85 

Fig. 2829— Perfect Hog Ringers, for in- 
serting hog rings 30 



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2850 2853 2856 

Fig. 2832 — Sheep Toe Clippers and Dockers, japanned handles, polished blades. .. $1.25 
Fig. 2835 — Devilbis' Trephine for parasitic catarrh, used to bore out the cavity 

containing the gadfly 2.00 

Fig. 2838 — Sheep Shears, best quality Sheffield steel 3.00 

Fig. 2841 — Sheep Docking Pincers, improved pattern , 1.80 

Fig. 2844 — Sheep Trocar, oval, with metal handle 1.75 

Fig. 2847 — Lamb Forceps, Barber's, nickel-plated, 12-inch 1.50 

Fig. 2850 — Sheep Dipping Hooks, galvanized iron, without handle , .50 

Fig. 2853 — Sheep Crooks, Steel, extra strong, without handle .50 

Fig. 2856 — Sheep Shearing Machine, Stewart (for detailed description see clip- 
ping machine section) L0.70 

To meet the requirements of a disinfectant trade which demands a high coeffi- 
ciency disinfectant, we have perfected after much experiment our A. V. S. Co. Sheep 
Dip No. 1. This preparation is a deodorizer, disinfectant, germicide, antiseptic and 
insecticide all in one. Is more powerful than carbolic acid and absolutely harmless to 
handle and use. Kills ticks, lice, mites and all parasitic and disease germs. 

(Write for particulars and prices.) 



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CAPONIZING INSTRUMENTS. 




2862 



2859 




2865 




2868 



2371 



2874 





2877 



2880 



2883 



Fig. 2859 — Cord and Hooks for securing- fowl $0.20 

Fig. 2862— Killing Knife, improved 75 

Fig. 2865 — Staple, for securing fowl 15 

Fig. 2868 — Knife and Forceps, caponizing, combined 1.00 

Fig. 2871— Killing Knife, Miles' , 50 

Fig. 2874 — Killing Knife, improved, French pattern 50 

Fig. 2877— Spreader, Miles', nickel-plated 1.75 

Fig. 2880 — Spreader, plain wire 50 

Fig. 2883 — Spreader, chain adjustment 75 



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2895 



2898 



2901 



2904 



2907 



2910 



& 



^J 



2913 



2916 



Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



2886 — Forceps, Miles', nickel-plated . . . . $2.00 

2889 — Forceps, spoon shape, curved 1.00 

2892 — Forceps, spoon shape, straight 1-00 

2895 — Canula, Chinese pattern with spring 2.00 

2898 — Canula, with two rings, improved 75 

2901 — Canula, Chinese pattern, plain 75 

2904 — Hook and Scoop with clipping knife in scoop 3.00 

2907 — Hook and Scoop for cutting and twisting 1.50 

2910 — Hook and Scoop, plain 1-00 

2913— Hook, Miles' 30 

2916 — Probe, Miles', plain 20 



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CAPONIZING INSTRUMENTS. 

FIG. 2919— PHILADELPHIA CAPONIZING SET. 




Consisting of Farmer Miles' steel knife, 
improved curved canula probe, tearing hook, 
curved forceps, "wire spreader, one set of 
cords, complete in case with directions. 

Price !$3.00 



2919 



FIG. 2922— SIMPLEX CAPONIZING SET. 



Consisting of nickel-plated 
spreader, with chain adjustment, 
cord and hooks for securing fowl, 
hook and scoop, probe, knife and 
forceps, complete in case with di- 
rections for use. 

Price $3.00 




2922 



FIG. 2925— MILES' CAPONIZING SET. 




Consisting of Spreader, For- 
ceps, Cords and Hooks for se- 
curing fowl, tearing hook, and 
killing knife. Complete in case, 
with directions. 

Price $6.50 



2926 



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FIG. 2928— GEORGE BEUOY CAPON SET No. 20. 



This illustration 
represents Beuoy's 
latest and most im- 
proved caponizing 
outfit. 

The automatic re- 
mover and auto- 
matic spreader used 
in this set are spe- 
cially designed, and 
have proved to be 

the most popular caponizing instruments on the market. The wood bow for holding 
or securing fowl in position is a new feature. 

Price, for outfit, complete as above $5.50 

Outfit without bow for holding fowl 4.50 




2928 




2931 







2934 2937 2940 2943 '2946 

Fig. 2931 — Bit, to prevent feather pulling each 10c dozen $1.00 

Fig. 2934— Gape Worm Extractor • ••-•-•; AZ 

Fig. 2937— Roup Syringe each 10c dozen 1.00 

Fig. 2940 — Poultry Marker, plain f> 

Fig. 2943 — Poultry Marker, improved ■■■ ■■ 40 

Fig. 2946 Perfection Adjustable Aluminum Leg Band (will fit any fowl) 

25 numbered 1 to 25 25 

50 numbered 1 to 50 • • • -40 

100 numbered 1 to 100 7 » 

500 numbered 1 to 500 3.50 



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CANINE AND FELINE INSTRUMENTS. 



MICHIGAN CANINE AND FE- 
LINE OPERATING TABLE. 

For the veterinarian who ap- 
preciates the best that is obtain- 
able, we offer this new operat- 
ing table for small animals. It 
is the product of much practi- 
cal experience in the use of op- 
erating tables for small animals, 
and, as well, is mechanically 
perfect. 





The Michigan Canine and Fe- 
line Operating Table is of such 
design that it improves the ap- 
pearance of the best appointed 
modern operating room. It is 
likewise so well constructed that 
it is easily operated, and strong 
enough for handling the largest 
and most vicious dog. 

It may be used as a flat, 
level-topped table for diagnostic 
examinations. When the table 
is tilted as for spaying opera- 
tions, for instance, the center is 
lowered, thus affording a more 
secure manner of supporting 
the animal. The table is very 
rigid for the reason that all me- 
chanical devices for adjustment 
in the various positions are me- 
chanically perfect, and every 
adjustment is positive. 



Fig. 2958— Michigan Canine and Feline Operating Table, plain enamel finish. .$60.00 
Fiff. 2959 — Michigan Canine and Feline Operating Table, with nickel-plated bed 65.00 



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2967 2970 2955 2973 

VETERINARY OPERATING ROOM OUTFIT. 

This outfit consists of one Fig. 2967, one Fig. 2970, one Fig. 2973 and one Fig. 2955. 
Price of group when ordered at one time, $1150.00. 

Fig. 2967 — Operating Room Stand, made with tray and basin on movable frames at- 
tached to one of the legs. Size 24x48x36 inches high. Raised rim, %-inch, which extends 
around the top, and is slightly concave to allow the drainage at one end. Sheet steel metal 
top. Adjusted on ball bearings. Price complete, .$51.90. 

Fig. 2970 — Operating Room Standard. — Three plate-glass shelves and instrument tray. 
All arms are adjustable to any height desired. White enamel finish, on casters. Price, 
$44.50. 

Fig. 2955 — Operating Table — Modernly constructed. Adjustable to any angle desired, 
lengthwise or sidewise. Nickel-plated clamps and trough, easily adjusted to fit any size 
animal. Adjusted on ball bearing casters, making the table easily transferable from one 
room to another if desired. White enamel finish throughout. Price $140.00. 

Fig. 2973 — Three Deep Bowl Irrigator. — Adjusted in revolving frame, with two 1- 
gallon percolators. Six feet of rubber tubing, and Esmarch cut-off. Adjusted on 4-inch 
ball-bearing casters. White enamel finish. Price, $3:2.50. 

FIG. 2978— LOCAL AND GEN- 
ERAL ANESTHESIA ETHYL 
CHLORIDE (Gebauer's). 

The most improved and eco- 
nomical tube for the administra- 
tion of ethyl chloride on the 
market. 
The most economical: Because it sprays the liquid in the 
form of a vaporizing stream, thereby hastening evaporation and 
consequent anesthesia, using 1/10 the liquid used by other tubes; 
because the ethyl chloride is put up in a metal tube that will not 
leak or clog and the liquid is guaranteed to maintain its purity 
indefinitely. 

The most improved: Because with the flexible spraying noz- 
zle, parts of the mouth, ear, nose or any cavities can he anesthet- 
ized which cannot be reached with any other ethyl chloride tube; 
because with the graduated dropper the ethyl chloride for gen- 
eral anesthesia (for small animals) by the drop method can be 
accurately measured and administered without inconvenience or 
waste, in the form of drops or a jet stream as desired. 

40 grni. lube, with ordinary spraying nozzle sl- 2° 

lOOcc tube, with ordinary spraying nozzle 1.60 

Flexible spraying nozzle, alone £0 

Graduated dropper . . . . ........... . . »•» 

The flexible nozzle and the graduated dropper will fit either size tube and can be 
used indefinitely. 




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CANINE AND FELINE INSTRUMENTS. 



FIG. 2980— CANINE POCKET 
INSTRUMENT CASE. 

Contents : 

4 Operating Knives. 

1 Combination Bitch and Dog 

Catheter. 
1 Caustic Holder. 
1 Jointed Probe. 
1 Thumb Forceps. 
1 Grooved Director. 
1 Pair Artery Forceps. 
1 Pair Straight Scissors. 

In two-fold neat leather 

case $10.70 




2980 




2981 



FIG. 2981— IDEAL CANINE 

POCKET INSTRUMENT 

CASE. 

Contents : 

1 Pair Scissors, 4%-inch. 
1 Scalpel. 
1 Sharp Bistoury. 
1 Thumb Forceps. 
1 Pair Pocket Case Probes. 
1 Grooved Director. 
1 Ear Hook and Spoon. 
1 Pean's Artery Forceps. 
In best quality Morocco 

grain leather case. .. .$6.90 



FIG. 2984— THE "JEFFERSON" POCKET CASE. 



Contents : 

1 Medium Scalpel. 

1 Small Scalpel. 

1 Finger Knife. 

1 Curved Sharp Bistoury. 

1 Tenotome. 

1 Combined Male and Female 

Canine Catheter. 

1 Kelly's Artery Forceps. 

1 Pean's Artery Forceps. 

1 Straight Scissors, 5-in. 

1 Thumb Forceps, 4% -inch. 

1 Mathieu's Needle Holder, 

5% -inch. 

1 Director and Tongue Tie. 

1 Pair Pocket Case Probes. 

% Dozen Needles, Assorted. 

1 Card Silk. 

In two-fold fine leather case . . . 




2984 



. $20.40 



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MO. 



25.5 



CANINE AND FELINE INSTRUMENTS. 





2987 



'2990 



^tJ^nS^KSf^i 




2993 



2999 




3002 



Fig. 2987 — Chloroform Drop Bottle, Esmarch's $0.50 

Fig. 2990 — Canine Ether and Chloroform Inhaler or Cone, Bemis' 1.85 

Fig. 2993 — Canine Chloroform and Ether Inhaler, Senn's 1.85 

Fig. 2996 — Canine Ear or Nasal Speculum, FraenkePs, fenestrated 1.00 

Fig. 2999 — Canine Ear or Nasal Speculum, Kramer's, with set screw 1.10 

Fig. 3002 — Canine Ear or Nasal Speculum, Freeman's 1.15 



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3006 



3008 



3011 




3014 



3020 3023 



3026 



3027 



3028 




Fig. 3006 — Canine Mouth Speculum, Swales $2.00 

Fig. 3008 — Canine Mouth Speculum, with straps 5.00 

Fig. 3011 — Canine Mouth Speculum, steel 3.75 

Fig. 3014— Canine Mouth Speculum, Denhart's, finest steel 2.50 

Fig. 3020 — Canine Curved Incisor and Bicusp'd Extracting Forceps 2.50 

Fig. 3023 — Canine Curved Unhersal Molar Extracting Forceps 2.50 

Fig. 3026 — Canine Straight Root Extracting Forceps 2.50 

Fig. 3027 — Canine Root Extracting Forceps, long jaw 2.50 

Fig. 3028 — Canine Upper and Lower Molar Extracting Forceps 2.50 

Fig. 3029 — Scraper, for cleaning dog's teeth 1.25 



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1? 





3050-3053 



3041 



3044 



3047 



Fig. 3032 — Artificial Eye, glass, solid, with colored iris, for cats and dogs, each. $3.50 

Fig. 3035 — Artificial Eye, hard rubber, for cats and dogs, each 1.25 

Fig. 3038— Forceps, Throat, Tobold's, curved laterally 2.85 

Fig. 3041 — Forceps, Throat, Tobold's, curved laterally, short pattern 2.85 

Fig. 3044 — Bristle Probang, for removing fish bones, etc., from the throat 1.45 

Fig. 3047 — Forceps, Throat, spiral 4.90 

Fig. 3050 — Trachea Tube, Luer's, for dogs and cats, hard rubber 2.00 

Fig. 3053 — Trachea Tube, Luer's, for dogs and cats, silver 3.50 

DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING ARTIFICIAL EYES. 
State size and color of iris, and exact diameter of socket from corner to corner. 



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3056 



3062 




/" J jT^ 



3068 

Fig. 3056 — Canine Emasculator, improved, new pattern $ 750 

Fig. 3059 — Canine Emasculator, heavy pattern, with crusher attachment ' 1200 

Fig. 3062 — Canine Emasculator, McKillips' 5*00 

Fig. 3065 — Canine Emasculator, Vorhees' 5'qO 

Fig. 3068 — Canine Emasculator and Spayer, Zeigler's pattern !'.!!! 375 




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Fig. 3071 — Spaying Scissors, Clark's 10-inch, with saw edge blades $6.50 

Fig. 3074 — Spaying Forceps, for grasping ovary, oval shaped jaw 2.50 

Fig. 3080 — Spaying and Crushing Clamp Forceps, Ferguson's, straight, 7% -inch 2.10 

Fig. 3089 — Spaying Knife, folding, metal handle, small 1.25 

Fig. 3092 — Spaying Forceps, Pean's, curved, 8-inch 2.65 

Fig. 3095 — Probe or Sound, double curved, for exploring 1,00 



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3111 




3104 




_ 

3113 

Fig. 3098 — Dog Ear Clamp, French pattern, three styles, each $3.00 

Fig. 3101— Dog Ear Clamp, Dr. C. A. White's 2.90 

Fig. 3104 — Dog Ear Clamp, Lewis' Pattern 3.50 

Fig. 3107 — Dog Ear Clamp, Forceps style, spring blades 4.00 

Fig. 3111 — Claw Cutting Forceps, heavy 5.75 

Fig. 3113 — Tail and Claw Cutter, nickel-plated, straight, 8-inch ,,,..,., 2,90 



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■EOHMI 

3134 

Fig. 3116 — Ear Trimming Scissors, curved, leather covered bows, ^Z^zz£ZK& 

serrated edge, 7%-inch $3.00 

Fig. 3119 — Ear Trimming Scissors, curved, leather covered bows, plain edge, 

7%-inch 2.75 

Fig. 3122 — Ear Trimming Scissors, curved, nickel-plated, serrated edge, 7% -inch 2.25 
Fig. 3125 — Ear Trimming Scissors, curved, nickel-plated, plain edge, 7%-inch. . 2.00 

Fig. 3128 — Ear Trimming Scissors, Dr. C. A. White's, with serrated edge 2.25 

Fig. 3131 — Ear Trimming Scissors, curved, nickel-plated, extra heavy, 6%-inch. . 2.25 
Fig. 3134 — Scissors, curved sideways, for lengthening abdominal incisions, 6% -inch 1.75 



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3155 3160 

Fig. 3137 — Speculum, rectal, bivalve, with set screw and fenestrated blades $1.60 

Fig. 3140 — Speculum, vaginal, bivalve, Graves', nickel-plated 1.85 

Fig. 3143 — Uterine Dressing Forceps, Bozeman's, 10-inch 2.00 

Fig. 3146 — Syringe, Bumstead's, urethral and uterine 1.80 

Fig. 3149 — Blunt Hook and Crotchet, for parturition and impacted rectum 1.00 

Fig. 3152— Dog Catheter, soft rubber 25 

Fig. 3155— Bitch Catheter, metal, nickel-plated 25 

Fig. 3158 — Dog Catheter, metal, nickel-plated 65 

Fig. 3160 — Uterine Douche, double flow, all metal, 10-inch , 1.50 



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3179 



3182 



3188 



3189 




3191 



Fig. 3176 — Placenta Forceps and Curette, combination $2.50 

Fig. 3179 — Canine Obstetrical Forceps, for large bitches 3.30 

Fig. 3182 — Canine Obstetrical Forceps, Bond's narrow blades 3.00 

Fig. 3188— Canine Obstetrical Forceps, Kelly's 3.00 

Fig. 3189—^Canine Obstetrical Forceps, Corey's 2.75 

Fig. 3191 Canine Obstetrical Forceps, Loomis' folding and rotating 4.00 



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3194 



3197 



3201 



3203 




Fig. 3194 — Canine Obstetrical Forceps, Krey's, 11-inch $3.50 

Fig. 3197 — Canine Obstetrical Forceps, La Bau's 4.00 

Fig. 3201 — Feline Obstetrical Forceps, Lewkowitz, curved, 9%-inch 3.00 

Fig. 3203— Canine Obstetrical Forceps, Dr. C. A. White's 3.00 

Fig. 3208 — Uterine Curettes, set of 3, rinsing, hollow metal handle, in paper box 1.50 



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3211 





3215 



3218 







Fig 
Fig 



Fig, 



Fig. 



Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



3221 3224 3227-3230 3233 3236 3239 

3211 — Lister's Dog Soap, for all animals, per cake $0.20; doz $2.00 

3212 — Round Percolator, glass with or without cover. 

6 quarts, each 3.50 

8 quarts, each 4.00 

Complete "with six feet rubber tubing', shutoff and one long 1 and one short 
hard rubber pipe, extra 05 

3215 — Half Round Seamless Irrigator, with handle. 

2 quarts, each , $1.15 

3 quarts, each 1.40 

Complete with six feet rubber tubing, shutoff and one long and one short 
hard rubber pipe, extra 65 

3218 — Half Round Seamless Irrigator, without handle. 

2 quarts, each $1.00 

3 quarts, each 1.25 

Complete with six feet rubber tubing, shutoff and one long and one short 
hard rubber pipe, extra 65 

3221 — Canine Balling Gun, nickel-plated, straight $1.75 

3224 — Syringe, bulb, rectal and vaginal, 2%-ounce, 2%-inch pipe, each 25c; doz.. 2.50 
3227 — Syringe, glass, with mineral packing, plain point, 2 dr., each, 12c; doz... 1.25 
3230 — Syringe, glass, with mineral packing, plain point, 4 dr., each 18c; doz... 1.80 

3233 — Syringe, catheter, hard rubber, y 2 -ounce, each 00 

3236 — Syringe, rectal and vaginal, hard rubber, 1-ounce, each 55ci doz 5.76 

3239 — Syringe, uterine, hard rubber, 1-ounce, each 90e; doz lOJM 



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OPERATOR'S CLOTHING. 



Fig. 3243— Surgeon's 
Operating Gown, made 
of white drill, with 
pocket, and made to tie 
in back. Chest sizes 
36 to 54 inches. Length 
52 inches. With long 
or half sleeves, with 
tape strings to tie 
around wrist or arm. 
Price each $1.75 

When ordering be 
sure and specify chest 
measure and whether 
long or half sleeves are 
wanted. 




FIG. 3252— SURGEON'S SKULL CAP. 

White duck, sizes 6% to 8. Used in 
operating rooms, laboratories and serum 
plants. An inexpensive washable head 
covering. 
Price, each 20c; dozen $2.00 




FIG. 3246— SEAMLESS RUBBER 
GLOVES. 

These gloves are smooth, strong, seam- 
less, non-absorbent, and can be sterilized. 
A very feeble pulse,' differences in the 
consistency of tissue, and irregularities 
of surfaces can be felt through these 
well and close-fitting gloves. They are 
put up one pair in a box with full direc- 
tions for preparing for use. 
Price, per pair, medium weight. . . .$1.25 
Price, per pair, light weight 75 




FIG. 3249— RUBBER GLOVES. 

Cloth lined, extra heavy, with gauntlet, 
sizes from 10 to 14. 
Price, per pair $1.75 



FIG. 3255— "AMVETSCO" COMBINA- 
TION OPERATING SUIT. 

D e s i gned 
especially for 
g'eneral oper- 
ating, hos- 
pital, labora- 
tory, dissect- 
ing room and 
hog cholera 
serum work. 

Is made of 
heavy white drill, has 
three large pockets. 
Wrists may be worn 
loose or tightened. 
Detachable buttons 
throughout. This suit 
may be worn as an 
ordinary operating 
gown (Fig. 3243) or 
it may be buttoned 
around limbs as il- 
lustrated by means 
of a simple patented 
hook and eye. 

Sizes from 38 to 
50 chest measure, 
and lengths are in 
proportion. 

Each $3.00 

Note: Always order these coats plenty 
large to allow for shrinkage. 




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3258 



OPERATOR'S CLOTHING 

FIG. 3267— LEE'S SURGICAL 
UNION-ALLS. 

Many practitioners prefer a 
single-piece operating- suit which 
in reality is the most desirable, 
as it fits snugly and permits 
free movement of the body in all 
kinds of work. 

This garment is made very 
strong-, all seams being triple 
stitched, all buttons riveted, all 
strain points reinforced, all but- 
tonholes tailor stitched; and the 
fabric is of the utmost strength 
and the best quality. The com- 
fort and convenience of this suit 
make it invaluable to the practi- 
tioner. 

Supplied in white or khaki. 
Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. 

Price. ..White $3.50; Khaki $4.50 

In ordering, specify chest 
measure, leg and arm length in 
proportion. 




Pig. 3258 — This one-piece garment is admirably adapted to 
protect the operator in obstetrical work. Protects 
against water, and oils; is easily cleansed and dur- 
able. Made of specially treated steril cloth that con- 
tains no rubber but is pliable and comfortable for 
the wearer. 

Each suit is made to order and a measurement 
card will be sent upon request whenever orders 
are to be given. Supplied with elastic in sleeves if 
desired. 

Price $10.00 




FIG. 3270— KLONDIKE 
OBSTETRICAL SUIT. 

This much-lauded, tried 
and popular suit that is so 
extensively used through 
this country requires no 
special description of its 
make up. It is light in 
weight, waterproof, flex- 
ible, durable, strong. It 
may readily be disinfected 
by washing with soap and 
water, gasoline or solu- 
tions. It has no buttons or 
buckles or other fasten- 
ings to interfere in any 
way. Invaluable as a pro- 
tector against filth and 
other exposure. 

Price $10.00 

Fig. 3261 — Same as Pig. 
3258 except a 
two-piece gar- 
ment. 

Price, suit $10.50 

Fig. 3264 — Coat or Trous- 
e r s separate, 
each 5.50 




1 4': 



3261-3264 



3270 



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KNIVES. 



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FIG. 3284— OPERATING 
KNIVES. 

We carry a complete as- 
sortment of operating knives 
in the various patterns, and 
list here only a few sug- 
gestions which represent some 
of our best sellers. These 
knives are made with heavy 
blade and handle forged in 
one piece, 9 styles of blades. 

Above cuts are actual sizes. 
Price, each $1.50 



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KNIVES. 






3287 
Fig. 3287- 

Fig. 3290- 
Fig. 3293- 



3290 






3293 




-*"\ 



269 



-Operating Knives, solid serrated metal handle, 7-inch, blades same 
style as Fig. 3293, each $1.25 

-Operating Knives, solid smooth metal handle, 7-inch, blades same 
style as Fig. 3293, each 1.50 

-Operating Knives, solid, file drawn, (rough) handle, 7-inch, any style 
blade (1 to 9 inclusive), each 1.25 



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KNIVES. 






G 



Fig. A 



K 



Fig. 3296 — Operating Knives, metal fluted handle, 6-inch, any style 

blade, A to L inclusive, each $1.25 



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KNIVES. 




3307 

Fig. 3299— Operating Knives, all steel, file drawn (rough) handles, any style 

blade, length 5% -inch, A to F, each ■ ■■ • • • • ■ $1.00 

Fig. 3301— Operating Knives, Little's, any style blade, length 5-inch, A to F, each 1.00 

Fig. 3304— Fistula Knife, Swain's, extra heavy, with metal aseptic handle 2.00 

Fig. 3307— Fistula Knife, Dr. J. V. Lacroix's, 9-inch. ■ • • 2.00 



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KNIVES 




r 






3325 







3356 



<z2f;- 



3347 



Fig. 3325 — Scalpel, Dr. John Adams', bellied blade $2.00 

Fig. 3328 — Scalpel, Dr. John Adams', center pointed blade 2.00 

Fig. 3331 — Tenotome, Dr. John Adams' 2.00 

Fig. 3334 — Bistoury, Dr. John Adam's, curved, sharp 2.00 

Fig. 3337 — Bistoury, Dr. John Adams', curved, blunt 2.00 

Fig. 3340 — Razor, aseptic, metal handle, 4^4 -inch 1.80 

Fig. 3347 — Scalpel, Littauer's, Weiss pattern, hand forged 1.25 

Fig. 3350 — Scalpel, Littauer's, Mayo pattern, hand forged 1.25 

Fig. 3356 — Operating Knives, Swiss pattern, special hand forged, 5 sizes, each. . . 1.50 



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KNIVES, KNIFE RACKS AND TOURNIQUETS. 




3369-3373 



Fig. 3359 — Schmidt's Operating Knives in sheath, set of three, hand forged $5.00 

Fig. 3361 — Instantaneous Tourniquet, hard rubber block 1.00 

Fig. 3363 — Esmarch's Tourniquet, with chain 1,'iS 

Fig. 3364 — Brewers' Tourniquet, extra heavy, length 24 inches J.25 

Fig. 3365 — Rubber Bandage, 2 inches wide, 12 feet long 1.00 

Fig. 3366 — Rubber Bandage, 2% inches wide, 12 feet long 1.25 

Fig. 3367 — Rubber Bandage, 3 inches wide, 12 feet long 1.50 

Fig. 3369 — Metal Knife Rack, U. S. Army Pattern, for 3 flat handle knives 1.10 

Fig. 3370 — Metal Knife Rack, U. S. Army Pattern, for 4 flat handle knives 1.25 

Fig. 3373 — Metal Knife Rack, U. S. Army Pattern, for 5 flat handle knives 1.40 

NOTE: These racks will accommodate flat handle knives only, similar to our Pig. 
3287-3290-3296. 



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HONES. 




3375 




3381 



Fig. 3375 — Strop, double leather, imported English, oak tanned shell, size 24x2% 

inches, russet padded handle $2.00 



Fig. 3376- 



Fig. 3381 — Pike India Combination Stone. This combina- 
tion possesses the advantage of two stones in 
one — coarse side for very dull or badly nicked 
instruments and a fine side for finishing edge. 
The two grits are vitrified, not glued together, 
making, solid stones. 

No. 2— 6xl%x%-in $1.00 

-India Sharpening Stone, for sharpening curved cutting edges such as 
bistouries, hoof knives, gouges, curettes, etc. Length 4 inches. Price 
each $0.50 




Fig. 



3378 — Pike Horse Shoer's Knife 
Stone. For farrier's knives, 
and all edge tools. Made from 
selected fast cutting grit 
and shaped especially to fit 
the hook of a farrier's knife. 




FIG. S379— CARBORUNDUM INSTRU- 
MENT HONE. 

Made of the very finest hand-washed 
powder. Produces a keen edge quickly. 
An especially useful hone for the sur- 
geon. Furnished in a neat, black leather 
case, convenient size for instrument case. 

4xlx%-inch, each $0.75 




.$0.20 F 'S- 3382 — E . z y Ed ge Razor Hone. A 

first class finishing hone 
suitable for amateur or pro- 
fessional users. Size 5 1 4x2 
x%-in. Each hone packed 
in handsome, individual box. 
Price $0.50 




FIG. 3386— PIKE INDIA POCKET 
STONE. 

An all around sharpener for small in- 
struments. Especially handy to carry in 
medicine case for emergency use. Also 
equally adaptable for students' use to 
sharpen dissecting knives, scissors and 
hooks. Size 3%xlx% inches. Each $0.15 



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RETRACTORS, PERIOSTEAL ELEVATORS. 





3434 



3437 



3440 



3443 3446 




3348-3350 




3353-3356 

Fig. 3434 — Retractor, Mayo's, Self -retaining $6.50 

Fig. 3437 — Retractor, Mayo-Collin's, double end, nested, per pair 1.20 

Fig. 3440 — Retractor, Parker's, double end, nested, per pair 1.20 

Fig. 3443 — Retractor, Mathieu's, small, double end, each 1.10 

Fig. 3446 — Elevator and Raspatory, plain 65 

Fig. 3348 — Retractors, Volkman's, 3-prong, sharp or blunt, each : . 1.10 

Fig. 3350 — Retractors, Volkman's, 6-prong, sharp or blunt, each 1.50 

Fig. 3353 — Retractors, Richardson's, size of blade lxl % -inch, each 1.50 

Fig. 3356 — Retractors, Richardson's, size of blade 2x134 -inch, each 1.75 



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SAWS. 




3476 



3479 



3481 



3484 



3490 



Fie- 3458 — Bane Saw, Charriere's, aseptic, 7-inch blade , $1.80 

Fig. 3461 — Bone Saw, Charriere's, aseptic, 8-inch blade 2 90 

Fig. 3464 — Bone Saw, Gigli's wire, beaded, 12-inch '05 

Fig. 3467 — Bone Saw, Gigli's wire, beaded, 20-inch '| 

Fig. 3470 — Bone Saw, Gigli's wire, beaded, 30-inch ] ' 75 

Fig. 3473 — Handles, for Gigli's saw, per pair "50 

Fig. 3476 — Bone Saw, Langenbeck's, 4%-inch blade, metal handle 2 00 

Fig. 3479 — Bone Saw, with lifting back, metal handle 2 40 

Fig. 3481 — Bone Saw, Satterlee's, with lifting back, 8%-inch blade 2!50 

Fig. 3484 — Bone Saw, plain, japanned 2.00 

FiB. 3487 — Extra Blades, for above, each 35c; dozen 3 50 

Fie. 3490 — Bone Saw, Charriere's, bow style, with two 9-inch blades ! ! 5^75 



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SAWS— DRILLS. 




1 3502 



Fig. 3493 — Bone Drill, Richter's, pistol grip, with six drills in hollow handle $9.00 

Fig. 3496 — Bone Drill, Hamilton's, with six drills in hollow handle 4.30 

Fig. 3499— Bone Drill, plain 1.90 

Fig. 3502 — Bone Drill, Buck's 3.00 

Fig. 3505 — Bone Saw, chain, Jeffrey's pattern, complete with 2 handles 7.50 

Fig. 3506 — Bone Saw, Van's Wire, five-foot I.75 



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CHISELS, GOUGES AND MALLETS. 



3508 



3511 




3520 



3523 




T""" 



E 



3529-3532 



Fig. 3508 — Chisels, McEwen's, straight, 3 sizes, each $1.60 

Fig. 3511 — Gouges, McEwen's, concave, 3 sizes, each 1.50 

Fig. 3514 — Chisels, Schwartz's, small, straight, 3 sizes, each .90 

Fig. 3517 — Gouges, Schwartz's, small, concave, 3 sizes, each.... 100 

Fig. 3520— Chisel, Dental, straight, 8-inch 1.30 

Fig. 3523 — Gouge, Dental, concave, 8-inch ' ] 25 

Fig. 3526— Mallet, steel, lead filled 1 60 

Fig. 3529— Mallet, fibre l'oo 

Fig. 3532— Mallet, rawhide l'oo 



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PROBES AND APPLICATORS. 



\ 



3535 
3553 



3559 



3562 



3565 



3568 



3556 

Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



Nickel Plated Silver 

Fig. 3535 — Probe, plain, with eye, 5 inch $0.20 $0.35 

Fig. 3538 — Probe, plain, with eye, 6 inch .'35 'go 

Fig. 3541 — Probe, plain, with eye, 7 inch .40 [65 

Fig. 3544 — Probe, plain, with eye, 8 inch -. . .50 [75 

Fig. 3547 — Probe, plain, with eye, 9 inch .55 _'g.5 

Fig. 3550 — Probe, plain, with eye, 10 inch .60 l!o'o 

Fig. 3553 — Probe, plain, with eye, 12 inch .75 i*25 

3556 — Probe, Seton, flexible, all copper, with eye, 19% -inch 2.00 

3559 — Probe, heavy, flexible, with handle, 12-inch 50 

3562 — Probe, flexible, with handle, 12-inch 50 

3565 — Probe, flexible, large olivary end for fistula and deep sinuses, 18-inch 1.50 
3568 — Probe, flexible, with director, jointed (3 pieces) 1.65 



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$ 




3616-3619 




3571 
3580 



3583 
3601 



3604 
3613 



3622 



3625 
3640 



3643 
3646 



Nickel Plated 

Fig. 3571— Probe, jointed, 10 inch $0.75 

Fig. 3574— Probe, jointed, 12 inch 90 

Fig. 3577 — Probe, jointed, 14 inch. 1.25 

Fig. 3580 — Probe, jointed, 20 inch, very heavy 1.75 

Fig. 3583 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 5 inch 15 

Fig. 3586 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 6 inch 25 

Fig. 3589 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 7 inch 30 

Fig. 3592 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 8 inch 35 

Fig. 3595 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 9 inch 40 

Fig. 3598 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 10 inch 50 

Fig. 3601 — Probe, plain, with spear point, 12 inch 65 

Fig. 3604 — Probe, plain, double olive ends, 6 inch 25 

Fig. 3607— Probe, plain, double olive ends, 8 inch 35 

Fig. 3610 — Probe, plain, double olive ends, 10 inch 50 

Fig. 3613 — Probe, plain, double olive ends, 12 inch 70 

Fig. 3616— Caustic Holder, metal $0.85 

Fig. 3619— Caustic Holder, hard rubber 58 

Fig. 3622 — Aneurism Needle and Grooved Director, 5 inch 35 

Fig. 3625 — Director, grooved, 5 inch 30 

Fig. 3628 — Director, grooved, 6 inch -.45 

Fig. 3631 — Director, grooved, 7 inch 60 

Fig. 3634 — Director, grooved, 8 inch 65 

Fig. 3637 — Director, grooved, 9 inch 75 

Fig. 3640— Director, grooved, 10 inch 9t 

Fig. 3643 — Exploring Needle, reversible, metal case, 4% inch 60 

Fig. 3646 — Exploring Needle, reversible, metal case, 6 inch 75 

Fig. 3649 — Cotton Applicator, spiral end 25 



3649 



Silver 
$1.25 
.1.50 



.35 
.45 
.55 

.65 

.75 

.85 

1.15 

.60 

.75 

1.00 

1.25 



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3652 



Fig. 3670 

Cuts 



GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUMENTS. 

CURETTES. 






3655-3658 




3661 3664 Illustration Showing 

actual size of Bowl 
of Fig. 3670 

Fig. 3652 — Bone Curette, oval, 12 inch, 6 sizes, each . . $2.75 

Fig. 3655 — Bone Scoop and Elevator, 5% inch 1.75 

Fig. 3658 — Bone Scoop and Elevator, 7 inch 2.00 

Fig. 3661 — Bone Curette, Brun's, oval, all steel, 3 sizes, 

each 1.50 

Fig. 3664 — Bone Curette, Brun's, round, all steel, 3 sizes, 

each 1.50 

Fig. 3667 — Bone Curette, Luer's, with hole, all steel, 3 

sizes, each 1.50 

1 — Fistula Curette, "Amvetsco," 16-inch ... 

showing curette bowls are actual size. 



3670 
. 3.50 



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CURETTES. 



367S 




SIN 5IN 

3679-3685 3702 

Fig. 3673 — Curette, Dr. Jos. Hughes', for nail holes $1.25 

Fig. 3676 — Curette, Dr. Jos. Hughes', for nail holes 1.25 

Fig. 3679 — Curette, "Amvetsco," double end, 5 inch 1.25 

Fig. 3682 — Curette, "Amvetsco," double end, 6% inch 1.50 

Fig. 3685 — Curette, "Amvetsco," double end, 8 inch 1.75 

Fig. 3688 — Curette, Luer's, in hollow handle, 3 sizes, each 1.50 

Fig. 3691 — Curette, Brun's, round scoop, hollow handle, 3 sizes, each 1.50 

Fig. 3694 — Curette, Brun's, oval scoop, hollow handle, 3 sizes, each 1.50 

Fig. 3701 — Director, Kocker's, grooved, solid handle 50 

Fig. 3702 — Elevator, Periosteum, Sayre's, double end 90 



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SCISSORS. 






3709-3721 



3724 



3727-3739 




3742 



Fig. 3709— Straight Scissors, 5 inch, No. 1 to 3 $1.00 

Fig. 3712— Straight Scissors, 5V 2 inch, No. 1 to 3 1.25 

Fig. 3715 — Straight Scissors, 6 inch, No. 1 to 3 1.25 

Fig. 3718— Straight Scissors, 6% inch, No. 1 to 3 1.50 

Fig. 3721— Straight Scissors, 7% inch, No. 1 to 3 1.75 

Fig. 3724 — Straight Scissors, 7 inch, extra heavy, blunt 2.00 

Fig. 3727— Curved Scissors, 5 inch, No. 1 to 3 1.35 

Fig. 3730 — Curved Scissors, 5% inch, No. 1 to 3 .• 1.75 

Fig. 3733— Curved Scissors, 6 inch, No. 1 to 3 1.75 

Fig. 3736— Curved Scissors, 6% inch, No. 1 to 3 2.00 

Fig. 3739— Curved Scissors, 7% inch, No. 1 to 3 2.25 

Fig. 3742 — Curved Scissors, 6% inch, extra heavy, blunt 2.50 

When ordering scissors please specify by number (1, 2 or 3) the style points desired. 



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SCISSORS. 




3745-3748 



Dr. J. V. Lacroix's Fistula Scissors are used for dissection of tissue for blunt prob- 
ing, and to facilitate the making cf counter openings. Made of best English steel, 
hand forged, and highly finished. 

Fig. 3745 — Dr. J. V. Lacroix's Dissecting Scissors, 10-inch $6.00 

Fig. 3748 — Dr. J. V. Lacroix's Fistula Scissors, 13-inch 7.50 




3751-3754 



3757-3760 



3763 



Fig. 3751 — Scissors, fetlock, with leather covered rings, 7% inch $2.75 

Fig. 3754 — Scissors, fetlock, with leather covered rings, serrated edge, 7% inch. 2.25 

Fig. 3757 — Scissors, fetlock, plain rings, TYz inch 3.00 

Fig. 3760 — Scissors, fetlock, plain rings, serrated edge, IVz inch 2.00 

Fig. 3763 — Scissors, curved, with serrated edges, nickel-plated 2!25 



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SCISSORS 




3765-3768 




3769 



3778-3787 




790 



Fig. 3765 — Bandage Scissors, Lister's, 5%-inch $1.50 

Fig. 3767 — Bandage Scissors, Lister's, 7 -inch 1.80 

Fig. 3768 — Bandage Scissors, Lister's, 8 -inch 2.10 

Fig. 3769 — Scissors, curved sideways for enlarging abdominal incisions, extra 

heavy, 6 % -inch 1.75 

Fig. 3772 — Scissors, dissecting, sharp pointed, 5 -inch .75 

Fig. 3775 — Scissors, dissecting-, sharp pointed, 5% -inch 1.00 

Fig. 3778 — Scissors, angular, 5 -inch 1.05 

Fig. 3781 — Scissors, angular, 5% -inch 1.10 

Fig 1 . 3784 — Scissors, angular, 6 -inch 1.60 

Fig. 3787- — Scissors, angular, 6%-inch 1.75 

Fig. 3790 — Scissors, gauze, straight, 7-inch , 1.80 



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THUMB AND TISSUE FORCEPS. 




Hi 



3793 
3796 



3799 
3802 



3805 
3814 



3817 



3820 
3823 



3826 
3829 




3835-3838 



Fig. 3793 — Tissue Forceps, extra long, serrated jaws, 10 inch $1.50 

Fig. 3796 — Tissue Forceps, extra long, serrated jaws, 12 inch i gO 

Fig. 3799 — Dissecting Forceps, Coxter's, 5 inch. . • • 40 

Fig. 3802 — Dissecting Forceps, Coxter's, 5% inch 50 

Fig. 3805 — Tissue Forceps, plain, nickel-plated, 5 inch .60 

Fig. 3808 — Tissue Forceps, plain, nickel -plated, 6 inch .75 

Fig. 3811 — Tissue Forceps, plain, nickel-plated, 7 inch .75 

Fig. 3814 — Tissue Forceps, plain, nickel-plated, 8 inch 90 

Fig. 3817 — Splinter Forceps, sharp pointed, straight, nickel-plated, 4% inch 60 

Fig. 3820 — Tissue Forceps, 4-5 teeth, nickel-plated, 5 inch • • 1.00 

Fig. 3823 — Tissue Forceps, 4-5 teeth, nickel-plated, 6 inch 1.20 

Fig. 3826 — Mouse Tooth Forceps, nickel-plated, 5 inch 90 

Fig. 3829 — Mouse Tooth Forceps, nickel-plated, 6 inch ■■.... 1 00 

Fig. 3832 — Tissue Forceps, Skene's, 2-3 teeth, 8 inch 1.25 

Fig. 3835 — Splinter Forceps, Walter's, straight, 4 inch 75 

Fig. 3838 — Splinter Forceps, Walter's, curved, 4 inch 90 



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HEMOSTATIC £g FORCEPS. 




Pig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 



3859-3865 



3841 — Forceps, 

3844 Forceps, 

3847 — Forceps, 
3850 — Forceps, 
3853 — Forceps, 
3850 — Forceps, 
3850— Forceps, 
3862 — Forceps, 
3865 — Forceps, 
3868 — Forceps, 
3871 — Forceps, 
3874 — Forceps, 
3877 — Forceps, 
3880 — Forceps, 
3883 — Forceps, 
3886 — Forceps, 



Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 
Hemostatic, 



3S68-3S74 



Pean's, straight, 4%-inch $1.00 

Pean's straight, 5^-inch 1.50 

Pean's, curved on flat, 4^-inch 1.45 

Pean's, curved on flat, 5 -inch 1.00 

Tait's, curved on flat, 5^-inch 1.50 

Tait's, straight, 5%-inch 1.25 

Ethridge's, straight, 4%-inch 1.50 

Ethridge's, straight, 6 -inch 1.75 

straight, 8%-inch 2.15 

curved, 4%-inch. 1.75 

curved, 6-inch 2.00 

curved, S^-inch 2.50 

Kocher's, straight, 5-inch 1.75 

Kocher's, straight, 6-inch 2.00 

Dieffenbach's, straight, 2%-inch 90 

Dieffenbach's, curved, 2%-inch 90 



Ethridge's, 
Ethridge's, 
Ethridge's, 
Ethridge's, 



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HEMOSTATIC FORCEPS. 






3889 



3892 



3895 






3898 



3901-3904 



3907 



Fig. 3889 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Kelly's, fine pointed, straight, 5% inch $1.6U 

Fig. 3892 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Kelley's, fine pointed, curved, 5%-inch 1.80 

Fig. 3895 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Halsted-Kelly's, fine pointed, straight, 1 and 2 

teeth, 5 % inch 1.75 

Fig. 3898 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Jones' 1.25 

Fig. 3901 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Carmalt's, 6 inch, curved on flat 2.10 

Fig. 3904 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Carmalt's, 6 inch, curved on flat, mouse teeth 2.10 

Fig. 3907 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Spencer Wells', 4% inch 1.45 



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HEMOSTATIC FORCEPS. 




3916-3919 3922-3928 3934 

Fig. 3910 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Pozzi's, angular, 4% inch $1.80 

Fig. 3913 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Mixter's, curved on flat. 2.10 

Fig. 3916 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Rochester-Ochsner's, straight, 6% inch, 1 and 2 

teeth 2.00 

Fig. 3919 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Rochester-Ochsner's, straight, 7% inch, 1 and 2 

teeth 2.50 

Fig. 3922 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Ferguson's, straight, 5% inch 1.80 

Fig. 3925 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Ferguson's, straight 6% inch 2.00 

Fig. 3928 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Ferguson's, straight, IV2 inch 2.50 

Fig. 3934 — Forceps, Hemostatic, Ferguson's, angiotribe, straight, 7% inch 2.10 



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COMPRESSION FORCEPS. 




Cut Showing Cut Showing 
Cross Ser- Longitudinal 
rations Serrations 




3943-3964 3967-3988 

Fig. 3943 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 5% inch $1.45 

Fig. 3946 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straig.ht, with long jaws, 6% inch. .... 1.75 

Fig. 3949 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 7 inch 2.00 

Fig. 3952 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 8 inch 2.30 

Fig. 3955 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 8% inch 2.65 

Fig. 3958 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 9% inch 3.00 

Fig. 3961 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 10 Vi .inch 3.20 

Fig. 3964 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, straight, with long jaws, 11 inch 3.35 

Fig. 3967 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 5% inch. 1.60 

Fig. 3970. — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 6% inch. 2.00 

Fig. 3973 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 7 inch. 2.30 

Fig. 3976 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 8 inch. 2.65 

Fig. 3979 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 8% inch. 3.00 

Fig. 3982 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 9% inch. 3.25 

Fig. 3985 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 10 \i inch. 3.50 

Fig. 3988 — Forceps, Compression, Pean's, curved on flat, with long jaws, 11 inch. 3.90 

The above forceps are furnished with either cross serrations or longitudinal serra- 
tions. (Illustrations of blades are in actual size.) 



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COMPRESSION FORCEPS. 




3997 



4000 



Fig. 3991 — Forceps, compression, Byford's, curved sideways $3.60 

Fig. 3994 — Forceps, compression, Doyan's, spring blades, 10 inch 4.00 

Fig. 3997 — Forceps, compression, Spencer Well's, straight 2.60 

Fig. 4000 — Forceps, compression, Spencer Well's, "T" shaped 3.00 

Note: Please do not cut or mutilate this catalogue. When ordering specify figure 
number of article wanted. 



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Fig. 4004 — Dressing Forceps, Bozeman's, straight, 10 inch $2.00 

Fig. 4006 — Dressing Forceps, Sim's, straight ........' 300 

Fig. 4009 — Dressing Forceps, Bozeman's, double curve, 10 inch! ................ 200 

Fig. 4015 — Dressing Forceps, Douglas', double curve, 10 inch '. '. 225 

Fig. 4018 — Sponge Forceps, straight, serrated jaws, 9 inch 190 

Fig. 4021 — Gauze Packer, Burrage's, external dianu % inch, length 12 inches l'oO 

Fig. 4024— Sponge Holder, curved, No. 1, 10 inch 'ok 

Fig. 4027— Sponge Holder, straight, No. 2, 10 inch 2 <i 

Fig. 4030— Sponge Holder, Husson's, No. 3, 10 inch '« 

Fig. 4033— Sponge Holder, Sim's, No. 4, 10 inch 25 



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GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUMENTS. 

TENACULUM AND VULSELLUM FORCEPS. 




4036 



4039 



4042 



4045 




Fig. 4036 — Forceps, Tenaculum, Schroeder's, 9% inch $1.75 

Fig. 4039 — Forceps, Tenaculum, Skene's, 9 inch 2J0 

Fig. 4042— Forceps, Vulsellum, Schroeder's, straight, 10 inah 2.50 

Fig. 4045 — Forceps, Vulsellum, Schroeder's, curved sideways, 10 inch 2.50 

Fig. 4048 — Forceps, Vulsellum, Schroeder's, curved on flat, 10 inch 2.50 

Fig. 4051 — Forceps, Vulsellum, Doyen's, .8% inch 300 



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GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUMENTS. 

TUMOR, TENACULUM AND VULSELLUM FORCEPS. 





4054 



4057 



4060 



Fig. 4054 — Forceps, Tumor, Billroth's, 6 prong, extra heavy $5.50 

Fig. 4057 — Forceps, Tumor, Billroth's, 8 prong, length 10 inches 4.50 

Fig. 4060 — Forceps, Vulsellum, Mass. general hospital pattern, 6 prong, 8 inch.. 3.50 

Fig. 4063 — Forceps, Tenaculum, Barrett's, 6 inch 1.65 



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TROCARS. 




408U 



c 




4069 



4072 



4075 



4078 



4082 



Fig. 4069— Trocar, Horse, Dr. W. L. Williams', with protecting sheath $1.75 

Fig. 4072— Trocar, Horse, Dr. A. C. Worms', reversible 1-25 

pig, 4075 Trocar, Horse, reversible, in hollow metal handle 1.25 

Fig 4078 — Trocar, Horse, Fash's, reversible !- 25 

Fig! 4080— Trocar, Horse, Dr. Jos. Hughes', curved, with protecting tip 2.00 

Fig. 4082 — Trocar, Horse, flat handle 1 - 00 



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TROCARS. 



4092 



h 



4089 




4091 



4094 



4095 



Fig. 4085 — Trocar, Ball's, horse, large reversible, with 5-inch canula $1.25 

Fig. 4086 — Trocar, Ball's, horse, large reversible, with 5-inch canula, and closed 

shield for carrying antiseptics 1_25 

Fig. 4088 — Trocar, Ball's, horse, small, reversible, with 4ys-inch canula 1.00 

Fig. 4089 — Trocar, Ball's, horse and cattle, combined, in reversible metal case... 2.25 
Fig. 4091 — Trocar, Ball's, horse, cattle and sheep, combined, in reversible metal 

case 2.50 

Fig. 4092 — Bleeding Trocar, Dr. E. R. Forbes', for drawing blood from jugular 

vein 75 

Fig. 4094 — Aspirating Trocar, 3 inches long, with hypo syringe connection, screw, 

serum slip or regular slip 75 

Fig. 4095 — Trocars, canine, small, set of 3 nested in pencil handle 2.00 



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TROCARS. 




4099 




'M 4096 ^gzJ 





4102-4105 




4108 



4111 




4115-4118 

Fig. 4096 — Trocar, Cattle, reversible, in hollow metal handle $1.50 

Fig. 4099 — Trocar, Cattle, round, with wood handle 90 

Fig. 4102 — Trocar, Cattle, round with two canulae 1.75 

Fig. 4103 — Trocar, Cattle, round, with one canula 1.50 

Fig. 4105 — Extra Canula for above, each 50 

Fig. 4108 — Trocar, Cattle, oval with two canulae 2.00 

Fig. 4111— Trocar, Cattle, Hughes' 1.50 

Fig. 4114 — Extra Canula for above, each 50 

Fig. 4115 — Trocar, Cattle, Crumbaugh's, %-inch lumen for introducing stomach 

tube into rumen 3.00 

Fig. 4116 — Impaction Tube, jointed, perforated tip, to be used with Crumbaugh 

Trocar 2.25 

Fig. 1118 — Crumbaugh Rumenotomy Outfit, complete 5.00 

Note: Pease do not cut or mutilate this book; when ordering, specify by figure 
number of article wanted. 



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GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUMENTS. 

HERNIA CLAMPS. 





4135 



4138 



4141 




4144-4147 



This clamp is applied without 
the aid of Sutures, Needles or 
any of the other instruments 
which are being used with most 
all other clamps. When_ this 
clamp is screwed up the tissues 
force their way through the slot 
on each side and become ade- 
matous and by so doing locks 
the clamp on automatically, 

which cannot be torn off. A hernia or pedunculated tumor may be sloughed off over 
any length of time by simply tightening the screws, thus regulating the formation of 
fibrous tissue required. It is applied with the usual technique and is made in two sizes, 
7 and 9 inches. 

Fig. 4132- — Hernia Clamp, light, length of clamp between screws 4% inches $3.00 

Fig. 4135 — Hernia Clamp, umbilical, with surcingle, length of clamp between 

screws, 6 inches 7.50 

Fig. 4138 — Hernia Clamp, Kurt Becker's, length between screws, 8 inches 6.00 

Fig. 4141 — Hernia Clamp, Junger's, length between screws, 6 inches .'. 3.50 

Fig. 4144 — Hernia Clamp, Doll's, 7-inch 4.00 

Fig. 4147— Hernia Clamp, Doll's, 9-inch 4.50 



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NEEDLE HOLDERS. 




4165-4174 




4177 



4180-4183 



4186 



4192 



Fig. 4165 — Needle Holder, Mathieu's, 4% inch, Pocket case size , $2.00 

Fig. 4168 — Needle Holder, Mathieu's, 5% inch, Pocket case size , 225 

Fig. 4171 — Needle Holder, Mathieu's, 7 inch , 2 50 

Fig. 4174 — Needle Holder, Mathieu's, 8 inch , 2^75 

Fig. 4177 — Needle Holder, Eichter's 5%, 7 and 8 inch, each, — net 4[00 

Fig. 4180 — Needle Holder, Wieder's, 7 inch 4 '00 

Fig. 4183 — Needle Holder, Wieder's, 9 inch • • 450 

Fig. 4186 — Needle Holder, Mathieu's Improved, with thumb release, 6% inch. .... 400 

Fig. 4189 — Needle Holder, Steven's, 6 inch length, for eye work , 3*00 

Fig. 4192— Needle Holder, Galezowsky's, small, for eye work 2.00 



300 



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NEEDLES. 




4195 



Plain Eye 



Fig. 4195 — Surgeons' Needles, Ferguson's, round eye, taper point, half circle, 
sizes Nos. 1-12, dozen 

Fig. 4198 — Surgeons' Needles, plain eye, full curved, sizes Nos. 1-12, dozen 

Above cuts of needles are actual size. 



$2.00 
1.50 



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NEEDLES. 




P 



Plain Eye 



4204 




4210 



Fig. 4204 — Surgeon's Needles, plain eye, half curved, sizes No. 1-20, dozen $1.50 

Fig. 4210 — Surgeons' Needles, Loopuyt's, plain eye, to use without needle holder, 

each $0.30; dozen 3.50 

Above cuts of needles are actual size. 



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NEEDLES. 



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4213 




4219 

Pig. 4213— Spaying Needles, straight, plain eye, sizes No. 1-5 $o 25 $2 50 

Fig. 4216 — Spaying Needles, half curved, plain eye, sizes No. 1-5... '25 250 

Fig. 4219 — Spaying Needles, double curved, plain eye, sizes No. 1-5. .25 2.50 

Above cuts of needles are actual size. 



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NEEDLES. 







4225 





ff 



4228 



4234 



4249 



4237 




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4231 

Fig. 4225 — Needle Case, leather, with velvet lining, containing 12 assorted needles $2.00 
Fig. 4228 — Needle Case, leather, with felt lining and pocket for ligatures, price 

empty 60 

Fig. 4231 — Needles, Peaslee's set of 3, with handle, in leather case 2.50 

Fig. 4234 — Needles, Neurotomy, blunt with eye, right or left, each 1.25 

Fig. 4237 — Needles, Neurotomy, Billroth's, blunt with eye, curved on flat 1.80 

Fig. 4249— Needles, ligature, Dr. Jos. Hughes, blunt with eye, right or left, each. . 1.25 



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LIGATURES. 




20 



19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 
Cut showing approximate sizes of twisted silk. 




20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 
Cut showing approximate sizes of braided silk 



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4258 


4252-4255 






4261 
Each 

Fig. 4252 — Surgeon's Silk, on card, white, twisted $0.10 

Fig. 4255 — Surgeon's Silk, on card, white, braided 15 

Fig. 4258 — Surgeon's Silk, twisted and braided, in aseptic envelopes. . . .10 
Fig. 4261 — Surgeon's Silk, in aseptic envelopes, with half curved needle .25 



Doz. 
$1.00 

1.50 
.90 

2.25 





49.K4-4267 



4268-4270 



Fig. 4264 — Surgeon's Silk, white, twisted, on 2-gram wood spools, sizes 10 to 20, 

each 25c; dozen $3.00 

Fig. 4265 — Surgeon's Silk, white, twisted, on %-ounce wood spools, sizes 1 to 

14, each 1.25 

Fig. 4266 — Surgeon's Silk, white, twisted, on %-ounce wood-spools, sizes 15 to 

20, each 1.25 

Fig. 4267 — Surgeon's Silk, white, braided, on %-ounce wood spools. 

Sizes 1-6 7-12 13-16 17-20 

Each $1.75 $1.65 $1.50 $1.40 

Fig. 4268 — Surgeon's Silk, white, twisted, four sizes on card in slip case $0.35 

Fig. 4270 — Surgeon's Silk, white, braided, four sizes on card in slip case JjO 



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LIGATURES. 




Fig. 4273 — Silk, twisted or braided 
in three spool bottles, 
ten feet of silk on each 
glass spool, thirty feet 
in each bottle, sizes 5, 
9 and 12 $0.75 



Fig. 4279 — Silk, braided, in emer- 
gency tubes (see Fig. 
4276), 36-inch strands, 
each 20c; dozen $2.25 




Fig. 4282— Three-Spool Tank Pack- 
age Twisted Silk, as- 
sorted sizes $0.75 

Fig. 4285— Three-Spool Tank Pack- 
age Braided Silk, as- 
sorted sizes $0.75 




Fig. 4276 — Silk, twisted, in emer- 
gency tubes, 36 - inch 
strands, each 20c; doz. .$2.25 



Fig. 4288— One-Spool Tank Pack- 
age, twisted or braided 
silk ligature, on glass 
soool in sterile solution. $0.35 




Fig. 4291— Celluloidin Linen, Pagenstecher's, per bundle of 5 grams. 



Fig. 4294— Linen Thready Mayo's, iron dyed, per hank. 



.$0.30 




$0.40 



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LIGATURES 




00 0123456 
Cut showing approximate 
sizes of catgut. 




Fig. 4297 — One-Spool Tank Package 
Catgut, on glass spool 
in sterile solution $0.45 




Fig. 4300— Three-Spool Tank Pack- 
age Sterile Catgut, as- 
sorted sizes $0.90 




-.-i-'w«wi» •mm.: hh* 

Aseptic Catgut Ligature 

•■;' So. I. length )0 inches 

etsfii iilb | 

SEABVRV & JOHNSON, NEW YORK, 




Fig. 4303 — Catgut, in aseptic en- 
velopes, without needles, 
each 10c; dozen $0,90 



Fig. 4306— Cat- 
gut, in aseptic 
envelopes, with 
half curved needle 
threaded, each 

20c; dozen 

. $2.25 





Fig 4309— Cat- 
gut, in three-spool 
bottles, ten feet 
of catgut in each 
glass spool, thir- 
ty feet in each 
bottle, assorted 
sizes $0.90 



' ■".-_ _ ~ 




JX/D Chromic 
'cfT7<J Catgut 
Dry -Extra Hard 






Bauer & Bfack 





Fig. 4312- 



-Surgical Catgut, coils, ten-foot lengths, 100 feet in box. 

Plain 

No. 00 $1.00 

No. L15 

No. 1 1.40 

No. 2 1.60 

No. 3 2.00 

No. 4 2.50 

No. 5 3.00 

No. 6 3.60 

No. 7 4.00 



Chromic 
$1.10 
1.30 
1.60 
1.80 
2.25 
3.00 
3.50 
4.00 
4.50 



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LIGATURES. 




Fig. 4315— Spanish Silk Worm Gut, 

white or iron, dyed, in 
coils of 100 strands, fine 
medium and coarse, per 
coil $ 




).75 



Fig. 4318— Silver Wire, pure, 22 to 
30, B. & S. gauge, in 
%-oz. coils, per oz $2.50 




Fig. 4321 — Barbour's Irish Linen, 

2-oz. ball container, 
about 25 yards $1.00 

Fig. 4324 — Barbour's Irish Linen, 

4-oz. ball container, 
about 100 yards 1.50 




4327 



Fig. 4325 — Twisted Linen Suture, 

aseptic, 100 feet i n 
screw cap glass jar; 
sizes 3 (small), 4 (me- 
dium), or 5 (large). 
Each $0.75 

Fig. 4327 — Suturing Tape, aseptic, 
three-spool bottle, 100 
inches on each spool, per 
bottle $0.75 

Fig. 4330— Linen Suturing Tape, Va- 
inch wide, unsterilized, 
per hank (about 12 
yards) .25 




Fig. 4333 — Silver Wire, pure, six 
spools of one yard each 
in box, assorted $1.20 

Fig. 4336 — Silver Wire, pure, one 

yard on spool, per spool .25 





Fig. 4339 — Barbour's Linen, on 2-oz. 
spools, No. 16 or 20, per 
spool $0.40 



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POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES. 

FIG. 4350— DR. JOHN ADAMS' FOUR-FOLD OPERATING CASE. 





The illustrations represent Dr. John 
Adams' 4-fold Operating Case, which is 
one of the most complete cases on the 
market. The knives are all specially de- 
signed by Dr. Adams, each style being 
adapted to a particular use. They are 
made with a heavy fenestrated handle, as 
illustrated under our Fig. 3325. The case 
is- made from select seal grain leather, 
hand sewed, and supplied with a strong 
leather handle. When closed it meas- 
ures 5% inches long, 8 inches wide and 
2% inches deep; when open it measures 
27% inches long. 



Contains : 



1 Sage Knife, Right. 

1 Sage Knife, Left. 

1 Small Hoof Knife, Double Edge. 

2 Large Hoof Knives, Double Edge. 
1 Retractor. 

1 Tenaculum. 

1 Castrating Knife. 

1 3% -inch Straight Bistoury. 

1 2 M, -inch Straight Bistoury. 

1 1%-inch Straight Bistoury. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 Probe Curved Bistoury. 

1 Probe Curved Tenotome. 

1 Scalpel. 

1 Peters' Angular Knife. 

Price , 

Fig. 4352— Dr. John Adams' Four-fold 



1 Small Saw, Lifting Back. 

1 Pair 6-inch Curved Blunt Scissors. 

2 Pairs Plain Artery Forceps. 

1 Pair Rat Tooth Forceps, Slide Catch. 
1 Pair Mouse Tooth Forceps, Slide 

Catch. 
1 Pair 5% -inch Pean's Artery Forceps. 
1 6-inch Grooved Director. 
1 Adams' Grooved Director. 
1 Reversible Trocar. 
1 2 Joint Seton Needle, Curved Blades. 
1 Nickel-Plated Fleam, 3 Blades. 
1 Probe. 

Vz Doz. Assorted Needles. 
1 Card Braided Silk, Large Size. 

$55.00 

Operating Case, empty 12.00 



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POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES. 

We have included under this illustration, two different sets of instruments. As 
oftentimes there are items in each case that are not desirable according to others' 
selection, please note that a case of this style may be made up special; and in figur- 
ing the cost of same, add list price of the items desired, including the roll, and deduct 
15%. At least twelve instruments should be ordered in figuring this set. 




BsniHj; 



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4353-4356 

Fig. 4353 — Operating Instrument 
Roll, complete, 25 
pieces • • • ■ $33.00 

Containing : 

1 Operating Scalpel. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 Blunt Curved Bistoury. 

1 pair Straight Scissors, 7-inch. 

1 pair Curved Scissors, 6%-inch. 

1 pair Tissue Forceps, 5-inch. 

1 pair Tissue Forceps, 7-inch. 

2 pair Pean's Artery Forceps, 5%-inch. 
1 pair Jones' Artery Forceps, 5% -inch. 
1 pair Kelley's Artery Forceps, 5% -inch. 
1 pair Pean's Compression Forceps, 7- 

inch. 
1 Luer T s Bone Curette. 
1 Jointed Probe, 10-inch. 
1 Stiff Probe, 6-inch. 
1 Grooved Director, 6-inch. 
1 Fash's Horse Trocar. 
1 Mathieu's Needle Holder. 
% dozen Assorted Surgeons' Needles. 
1 Card Assorted Silk. 
1 6-inch Seton Needle. 
1 Aluminum Handle Hoof Knife. 
1 Aluminum Handle Hoof Searcher. 
1 Aluminum Handle Hoof Groover. 
1 5cc Quitman Syringe. 
Fig. 4355— Leather Instrument Roll, 
(empty), leather lining, with 29 loops 
and end pocket, knife rack and loops, 
length 32 inches, width 8 inches (illus- 
trated above) $7.50 




mm 



Fig. 4356 — Operating Instrument Roll, 

complete, 31 pieces $41.75 

Containing : 

1 Operating Scalpel. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 Blunt Curved Bistoury. 

1 Tenotome or Knicking Knife. 

1 Hook Blade Castrating Knife. 

1 Tenaculum Hook. 

1 pair Parker's Retractors. 

1 6-inch Exploring Needle. 

1 Carborundum Stone. 

1 6-inch Stiff Probe. 

1 10-inch Jointed Probe, flexible. 

1 Amvetsco Double-end Curette, 6%-in. 

1 Nail Hole Curette. 

1 pair Straight Scissors, 6%-inch. 

1 pair Curved Scissors, 6% -inch. 

1 pair Tissue Forceps, Plain, 6-in. 

1 pr. Tissue Forceps, Mouse Tooth, 6-in. 

1 pair Pean's Artery Forceps, 5% -inch. 

1 pair Tait's Artery Forceps, 5% -inch. 

1 pr. Kocher's Artery Forceps, Mouse 

Tooth. 
1 pair Kelly Forceps. 
1 pair Pean's Dressing Forceps, 7-inch. 
1 Fash's Horse Trocar. 
1 Combination Horse & Cattle Trocar. 
1 Matthieu's Needle Holder, 7-inch. 
1 dozen Assorted Surgeon's Needles. 
1 Card Twisted Silk, Assorted Sizes. 
1 Cutting Edge Back Hoof Knife. 
1 Hughes' Hoof Groover. 
% dozen Self-retaining Milk Tubes. 
1 5cc Quitman Syringe. 



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POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES. 

We offer two different sets under this illustration to be made up according to 
customer's preference. Either may be supplied in 3-fold morocco or 3-fold calf case. 

FIG. 4358— AMVETSCO THREE- 
FOLD FILLED CASE. 
With Hand Forged File Drawn 
Handle Knives (Fig. 3293). 
Containing': 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 Probe Curved Bistoury. 

1 Scalpel. 

1 Knicking Knife. 

1 Tenaculum. 

1 12-inch Jointed Silver Probe. 

1 Double Edge Hoof Knife. 

1 6%-inch Curved Heavy Scissors. 

1 Plain Thumb Forceps. 

1 6-inch Grooved Director. 

1 Ball's Horse Trocar, large. 

1 2-bladed plain Brass Fleam. 

1 6-inch Exploring Needle. 

1 Quittor Curette. 

1 Pean's Artery Forceps, 5% -inch. 

1 6-inch Seton Needle. 

1 Mathieu's Needle Holder, 5%- 

inch. 

6 Assorted Needles. 

1 Card Braided Silk. 
In a 3-fold Seal Grain Case. $22.50 

Fig. 4358-C— Amvetsco Three-fold 
Seal Grain Case, as illustrated, 

empty $4.50 

Fig. 4359— ''Amvetsco" Three-fold 
Filled Case, same as Fig. 4358, ex- 
cept smooth cowhide case. . .$23.65 




4358-4365 

FIG. 4361— AMVETSCO THREE-FOLD 
FILLED CASE. 

With Hand Forged File Drawn Handle 

Knives (Fig. 3293). 

Containing! 

1 Scalpel, Medium. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 Probe Curved Bistoury. 

1 Knicking Knife. 

1 Hook Blade Castrating Knife. 

1 10-inch Jointed Probe. 

1 6%-inch Curved Scissors. 

1 5-inch Straight Scissors. 

1 6-inch Grooved Director. 

1 Ball's Horse Trocar. 

1 Plain Thumb Forceps. 

1 Pean's Artery Forceps, 5%-inch. 

1 Kelly's Artery Forceps, 5%-inch. 



1 Matthieu's Needle Holder, 5% -inch. 

% dozen Surgeon's Needles, Assorted. 

1 Card Twisted Silk, Assorted. 

1 Amvetsco Double End Curette. 

In Three-fold Seal Grain Case. . .$19.95 

Fig. 4362— Amvetsco Three -fold Filled 

Case, same as Fig. 4361, except smooth 

cowhide case $20.75 

FIG. 4364— AMVETSCO THREE-FOLD 

FILLED CASE. 

Same contents as Fig. 4361 except our 

Fig. 3284, heavy handle operating knives 

are used instead of Fig. 3293 knives. 

Pric e $21.00 

Fig. 4365— Amvetsco Three-fold Filled 
Case, same as Fig. 4364 except smooth 
cowhide case $21.65 



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POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES. 

FIG. 4366— "AMVETSCO" TWO-FOLD FILLED CASE. 




FIG. 4368— AMVETSCO TWO-FOLD 
FILLED CASE. 

With Hand Forged File Drawn Handle 

Knives (Fig. 3293). 

Containing : 

1 Scalpel, Medium. 

1 Tenotome or Knicking Knife. 

1 Blunt Curved Bistoury. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 Hook Blade Castrating Knife. 

1 Jointed Probe, 10-ineh. 

1 pair Curved Scissors, 6-inch. 

1 Grooved Director. 

1 pair Tissue Forceps. 

1 pair Jones' Artery Forceps. 

1 pair Kelly Artery Forceps. 

1 Fash's Horse Trocar. 

V2 dozen Assorted Surgeon's Needles. 

1 Card Braided Silk, Assorted Sizes. 

In two-fold Seal Grain Case $15.64 

Fig. 4369— Amvetsco Two-fold Filled 
Case, same as Fig. 4368, except smooth 
cowhide case $16.10 

FIG. 4370— AMVETSCO TWO-FOLD 
POCKET INSTRUMENT CASE. 

Same contents as Fig. 4388, except our 
Fig. 3284, heavy handle operating 
knives are used instead of Fig. 3293 
knives. 

Price $16.75 

Fig. 4371 — Amvetsco Two-fold Filled 
Case, same as Fig. 4370, except smooth 
cowhide case $17.25 



With Hand Forged File Drawn 

Handle Knives, Fig. 3293. 

Containing: 

1 Jointed Silver Probe, 12-inch, 

heavy. 
1 Ball's Trocar. 

1 Curved on Flat Scissors, heavy. 
1 Director. 
1 Scalpel. 
1 Probe Bistoury, 
1 Tenaculum. 
1 Thumb Forceps. 
1 Hoof Knife, double edge. 
1 Pean's Artery Forceps. 
1 Knicking Knife. 
1 Sharp Bistoury. 
6 Assorted Needles. 
1 Card Silk. 

In two-fold Seal Grain Case. 
Price $15.75 

Fig. 4366-C— Amvetsco Two-fold 
Seal Grain Case, as illustrated, 
empty $3.75 

Fig. 4367— Amvetsco Two-fold 
Filled Case, same as Fig. 4366, ex- 
cept smooth cowhide case. . .$16.25 

FIG. 4373— AMVETSCO TWO-FOLD 
POCKET INSTRUMENT CASE. 

With Hand Forged File Drawn Handle 

Knives (Fig. 3293). 

Containing: 

1 Scalpel, Medium. 

1 Tenotomy Knife. 

1 Tenotomy Hook. 

1 Blunt Curved Bistoury. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury. 

1 6-inch Flexible Probe. 

1 pair Straight Scissors, 5%-inch. 

1 pair Jones' Artery Forceps. 

1 pair Kelley's Artery Forceps. 

1 Ball's Horse Trocar. 

1 Matthieu's Needle Holder, 5 % -inch. 

1 Card Braided Silk. 

Vz dozen. Assorted Surgeon's Needles. 

In two-fold Seal Grain Case $15.80 

Fig. 4374— Amvetsco Two-fold Filled 
Case same as Fig. 4373 except smooth 
cowhide case $16.25 

FIG. 4376— AMVETSCO TWO-FOLD 
POCKET INSTRUMENT CASE. 

Same contents as above except our Fig. 
3284, heavy handle operating knives are 
used instead of Fig. 3293 knives. 
Price $16.85 

Fig. 4377— Amvetsco Two-fold Filled 
Case, same as Fig. 4376, except smooth 
cowhide case $17.35 



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POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES AND RACKS. 




4378-4382 

METAL KNIFE RACKS FOR POCKET CASES. 

The illustration represents the U. S. Government style Metal Knife Rack, as used 
in the army surgical cases. These may be inserted in the knife loops of the pocket case, 
if desired, making a complete protection to knife blades, Supplied in 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 
knife sizes. The five knife case or rack is recommended for the five knife pocket case. 

Fig. 4378— Metal Knife Rack for 2 knives $1.00 

Fig. 4379— Metal Knife Rack for 3 knives 1.10 

Fig. 4380— Metal Knife Rack for 4 knives 1.25 

Fig- 4381— Metal Knife Rack for 5 knives 1.40 

Fig. 4382— Metal Knife Rack for 6 knives 1.65 

Note: These racks will accommodate flat handle knives only, similar to our 
Fig. 3287-3290-3296. 



FIG. 4390— SIX KNIFE POCKET INSTRUMENT CASE. 



With Solid Steel Handle Knives. 



Contains : 



1 Light Knicking Knife, 6-inch. 

1 Sharp Curved Bistoury, 6-inch. 

1 Probe Curved Bistoury, 6-inch. 

1 Straight Bistoury, 6-inch. 

1 Scalpel, 6-inch. 

1 Aneurism Needle, 6-inch. 

1 Thumb Forceps, 5% -inch. 

1 pair Silver-Plated Probes, 5-inch. 

1 Curved Scissors, 5-inch. 

1 Heavy Artery Forceps. 

1 4% -inch Grooved Director. 

1 Ball's Horse Trocar, small. 

1 5% -inch Mathieu's Needle Holder. 

% dozen Assorted Needles. 

1 Card Silk. 

Put up in neat Cowhide Leather 
Case, walrus grained. 

Price $19.00 

Fig. 4390-C— Six Knife Case, as il- 
lustrated, empty $4.50 




4390 



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FIG. 4396—TWO-FOLD 
POCKET INSTRU- 
MENT CASE. 

Contains: 

4 Operating Knives. 
1 Scissors, curved on 

flat, 6-inch. 
1 Seton Needle, 6-inch. 
1 Horse Trocar, Re- 
versible. 
1 Pean's Artery . For- 
ceps, 5% -inch. 
1 Probe, 6-inch. 
1 Director, grooved. 
Needles and Silk. 

In very fine black 
leather case. 

Price $12.50 

Fig. 4397 — Closed 
Knife Loop Case, calf, 
two-fold, as illustrated, 

each $4.00 

Fig. 4398— C 1 o s e d 
Knife Loop Case, calf, 
three-fold $5.00 

FIG. 4399— JEFFERSON 
CANINE POCKET 
INSTRUMENT CASE. 




4396 




Contains : 



1 Minor Operating Scalpel, English 

form. 
1 Minor Operating Scalpel, medium 

size. 
1 Minor Operating Finger Knife. 
1 Minor Operating Curved Sharp 

Bistoury. 
1 Pean's Artery Forceps. 
1 Straight Scissors, 5-inch. 
1 Minor Operating Tenotome. 

In Two-Fold Fine Leather Case 

Fig. 4400 — Jefferson Pocket Case, empty. 



1 Combined Male and Female Canine 

Catheter. 

1 Kelly's Artery Forceps, narrow jaw. 

1 Thumb Forceps, 4% -inch, serrated. 

1 Mathieu's Needle Holder, 5V2-inch. 

1 Director and Tongue Tie. 

1 Pair Pocket Case Probes. 

y 2 Dozen Surgeons' Needles, assorted. 

1 Card Silk. 



.$16.50 
. 3.75 



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FIG. 4405— 
TWO-FOLD 
POCKET 
INSTRUMENT 

CASE. 

Contains: 



4 Heavy Operating 
Knives. 

2 Pean's Artery 
Forceps, 5% -inch. 

1 Dressing Forceps. 

1 Horse Trocar. 

1 Caustic Holder. 

1 Probe, Jointed, 
12-inch. 

H| 1 Scissors, Straight, 
m 6-inch. 

I 1 Scissors, Curved, 
6-inch. 

1 Seton Needle, 
Sharp. 

Needles and Silk. 

m|l Put up in fine 
"~~ Black Leather Case. 



Price. 



.$17.50 



This Case is furnished with any selection of four large Solid-Handle Hand-Forged 
Knives, Fig. 3284, 1 to 9, at same price. 



Fig. 4406 — Two-Fold Seal Grain Case, empty, 
3284 knives 



with open or closed loops for Fig. 



.$3.75 



FIG. 4408 — IDEAL 
•CANINE POCKET IN- 
STRUMENT CASE. 



Contains : 



4V 2 - 



1 Pair Scissors, 

inch. 
1 Scalpel. 
1 Sharp Bistoury. 
1 Thumb Forceps. 
1 Pair Pocket Case 

Probes. 
1 Grooved Director. 
1 Ear Hook and Spoon. 
1 Hemostatic Forceps, 

Pean's. 

In best quality Mo- 
rocco Grain Leather 
Case. 
Price $6.50 




4408 



Fig. 4409 — Ideal Canine Pocket Case, empty $2.25 



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EMPTY POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES AND'ROLLS 





4421-4423 



4411-4420 

We furnish Pocket Instrument Cases 
made both in fine cowhide, smooth finish and 
seal grain leather. Made two or three-fold, 
with pocket for ligatures, etc. Either closed 
knife loops at bottom or open knife loops as 
illustrated. Prices on special cases furnished 
upon application. 

Fit?. 4411 — Pocket Instrument Case, three-fold case, cowhide, smooth finish S5.00 

Fig. 4414 — Pocket Instrument Case, three-fold case, seal grain leather 4.50 

Fig. 4417 — Pocket Instrument Case, two-fold case, cowhide, smooth finish 4.00 

Fig. 4420 — Pocket Instrument Case, two-fold case, seal grain leather 3.75 

Our Dental Instrument Rolls are made of heavy tan leather with chamois lining 
and flaps. Two rows of adjustable leather loops for dental and other heavy instruments. 

Fig. 4421 — Dental Instrument Roll, size 16x30 inches $ 8.50 

Fig. 4422 — Dental Instrument Roll, size 16x42 inches 11.00 

Fig. 4423 — Dental Instrument Roll, size 18x42 inches 12.00 




WASHABLE WHITE DUCK 
AND TAN KHAKI IN- 
STRUMENT ROLLS. 

(With Adjustable Loops.) 



Many surgeons prefer to 
carry instruments in a roll, 
which can be washed and 
kept clean. They should never 
be carried loose In a, bag. 



4426-4440 

4426 — 10x20 inches, white, single row of 15 loops $0.85 

4427 — 12x23 inches, white, single row of 13 loops -wo 

4428—12x23 inches, white, double row of 13 loops x.xa 

4429—15x35 inches, white, single row of 21 loops^ l.£> 

4430—15x35 inches, white, double row of 21 loops l.Bo 

4431—20x30 inches, tan, double row of 13 Joops. . -•»" 

4432—12x35 inches, khaki, single row of 21 loops 1-8" 

4433 15x35 inches, khaki, double row of 21 loops *W 



Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
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LEATHER GOODS. 

INSTRUMENT BAGS. POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES. 

MEDICINE CASES. POCKET VIAL CASES. 

DENTAL ROLLS. ACCESSORIES. 

The description of the articles offered throughout our leather goods section are 
to be depended upon. We aim to maintain quality and believe that the user will appre- 
ciate serviceable articles that will withstand hard usage and wear. 

The art of working up felt, paper, cardboard and split leather, so as to make the 
appearance of solid leather, has attained such a state of development that all but the 
most careful are deceived. The leather used in our goods is the very best obtainable 
for the purpose, and wherever leather is mentioned it means real leather. 

The metal fittings, the bottles, in fact everything else entering into the construc- 
tion of our goods, are selected with the greatest care. 

Special cases or bags necessitating alterations upon any of our regular listed 
patterns will be subject to an additional charge, as the following listed articles are the 
results of years of experience by one of the largest and most reliable concerns in the 
country, and only the most practical and popular patterns have been selected for 
consideration. 



FIG. 4444— EMERGENCY BAG. 

Instrument bag, made of the fin- 
est black heavy sole leather, heavy 
steel frame hand stitched to bag, 
solid brass trimmings, seamless 
edges, full leather lined. It con- 
tains in the lower part of bag 11 
adjustable strap loops, also a large 
pocket on entire side of bag. In 
the lid are 12 smaller loops for in- 
struments, etc. These are covered 
with flaps fastened with glove but- 
ton catches. It is a very handsome 
bag, and will outwear most any 
bag made. Size, 8V 2 inches wide 
and 9% inches to top of frame, 17 
inches long. 

Price $22.50 




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FIG. 4446— EMERGENCY BAG. 

The general arrangements of 
this bag are like our Fig. 4444. It 
is the best seal grain bag that can 
be made. Heavy steel frame with 
solid brass trimmings. No rivet- 
ing, all hand stitched around the 
frame. It is a bag to last a life- 
time. Contains in the lower part, 
11 adjustable strap loops, and also 
a large pocket entire side of bag. 
In the lid are 12 smaller loops for 
instruments. It is made of the 
very best black seal grain bag 
leather and is full leather lined. 

8% inches wide and 9% inches 
high over all. 

17 inches long $21.00 

18 inches long 22.00 

Fig. 4447 — Same style as Fig. 4446 only without outside straps and strap loops. 

17 inches long $19.50 

18 inches long 20.50 



FIG. 4452— EMERGENCY BAG. 





Made of the very finest black seal grain 
bag stock, full leather lined, riveted steel 
frame, nickel trimmings, 7% inches wide 
and 8 inches high over all. 

It contains in the lower part of bag, 11 
adjustable strap loops, also a large pocket 
entire side of bag. In the lid are 10 smaller 
loops for instruments, etc. It also has two 
straps running around the bag for the pur- 
pose of strapping pans to the bottom of 
bag when required. 

For up-to-date obstetric work it cannot be 
beaten for utility, quality, or price. 

17 inches long $17.50 

18 inches long 18.50 

FIG. 4455— EMERGENCY BAG, 
CABIN STYLE. 

This is one of our most popular 
emergency bags, considering style, 
capacity, and stock used in its 
manufacture. It is made in two 
pieces of the finest black sole 
leather, with heavy steel frame 
and solid brass trimmings. The 
seam of this bag is on the end in- 
stead of corner seams and welts. 
Bottom of bag is made from one 
heavy piece of sole leather. The 
frame is hand stitched to bag. Eng- 
lish style. It is full leather lined, 
with eight adjustable bottle loops 
on the one side and a large pocket 
entire length of bag on the oppo- 
site side. There are 12 loops in the 
lid for small instruments. It is 6V2 inches wide and 8 inches high to top of frame. 

17 inches long .' $20.00 

18 inches long 21.50 




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FIG. 4473— INSTRUMENT BAG. 

Square, cabinet bag style, 6 inches wide, 6 
inches high, with leather covered steel frame 
and full nickel trimmings. A serviceable bag 
at a moderate price. Made of the best grade 
bag leather. It is full leather lined, with a 
large pocket on one side of bag and leather 
loop for holding bottle pad (Fig. 4524-4527). 

17 inches long $12.75 

18 inches long 13.25 



FIG. 4476— INSTRUMENT BAG. 

Dimensions: 6 inches wide and 7 inches 
high to top of frame. 

Cabin style. Leather covered steel 
frame with solid brass lock and end 
catches. 

Made of the finest black long walrus 
grain bag leather. Full leather lining. 
A very fine serviceable bag. 

The inside arrangement is the same 
as our Fig. 4473. 

17 inches long $14.00 

18 inches long 14.50 




FIG. 4480— EMERGENCY BAG. 




Dimensions: 7% inches wide 
and 9 inches high to top of 
frame. 

Made of the finest black long 
walrus grain bag leather. Full 
leather lined. 

Steel frame, leather covered. 
Solid brass lock and end 
catches. Extra leather corner 
protections and metal feet. 
Loops for instruments in lids. 
Adjustable loops and pocket on 
inside of bag. 

Nothing equal for the price. 

Prices. 

17 inches long $18.00 

18 inches long 18.25 



Our Bags wear longer than others. The heavier leather does it. 



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FIG. 4483— EMERGENCY BAG. 

Made of the finest black long wal- 
rus grain bag leather, with heavy 
steel frame, leather covered and hand 
stitched to body of bag. English 
style. It is supplied with the very 
latest style gun metal lock and snap 
catches. Leather lined, with adjust- 
able loops and pocket inside of bag 
and small loops for instruments in 
lids. Extra leather corner protections 
and metal feet. 

17 inches long, 8 inches wide, 10 
inches high $24.50 

18 inches long, 8% inches wide, 
10% inches high 25.00 




FIG. 4485— EMERGENCY BAG. 




It is made of the finest long walrus-grain 
bag leather, full leather lined, riveted steel 
frame leather covered. Nickel trimmings, 
lock and end-catches. It is 6% inches wide, 
10% inches high to top of frame, and made 
in two lengths, 17 and 18 inches long. 

Loops for instruments in lids, and ad- 
justable loops, also pocket in main body of 
bag. 

This bag is purposely made high and nar- 
row, which makes it very easy to carry. It's 
capacity is the same as our Fig. 4452. 

Prices. 

17 inches long $16.50 

18 inches long 17.00 



FIG. 4488— COMPARTMENT BAG. 

With tilting top and box bottom section. 
Made of the finest black seal grain leather 
with steel frame and solid brass trimmings. 
It is made with a single end seam instead 
of corner welting. Full leather lined. The 
bag is divided at the bottom, forming a sep- 
arate compartment for carrying small bot- 
tles, sterilizer or instruments. This com- 
partment is hinged on one side, with two 
solid brass locks on the other side. Depth 
of compartment, 3% inches. Width at bot- 
tom, 7% inches. Height over all, 10 inches. 
Length of bag, 17 inches. 

Price $16-75 

Copper Sterilizer to fit bottom of 
Fig. 4488 Bag 9-00 




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FIG. 4500— INSTRUMENT BAG. 

Dimensions: 5 inches wide and 5% inches 
high to top of frame. Made of the finest black 
seal grain bag leather. Leather covered steel 
frame, with solid brass lock and slide catches, 
full leather lined. A very handsome little bag. 



Prices Without Bottles. 



17 inches long. 

18 inches long. 



.$8.25 
. 8.50 



FIG. 4503— INSTRUMENT BAG. 

Style of Lawyers' Brief Bag. Made 
of black seal-grain bag leather; hand- 
some frame with brass trimmings. 
Width at bottom, 6 inches. Height 
from bottom of bag to top of frame, 
8 inches. The outside is made in two 
pieces. No seams on edges. 

Prices Without Bottles. 

17 inches long, leather lined. . . .$9.00 

18 inches long, leather lined.... 9.25 





FIG. 4506— INSTRUMENT BAG. 

Club Style. High and narrow. Easy 
to carry. Made of the finest black 
long walrus grain bag leather. Leath- 
er-covered steel frame, and gun metal 
trimmings. Finest leather lining. 

High grade make throughout. No 
seams on edges. Width at bottom 5% 
inches. Height 9 inches to top of 
frame. 

Prices Without Bottles. 

17 inches long $11.25 



Any of the above bags fitted with six 1%-ounce G. S. bottles (Fig. 4524) on re- 
movable tray, $1.50 extra. Fitted with six 1%-ounce G. S. and M. C. bottles (Fig. 4527) 
on removable tray, $2.25 extra. 

FIG. 4508— INSTRUMENT BAG. 

Made in two pieces of the finest black, 
smooth sole leather. Leather covered 
steel frame. Solid brass trimmings. 5V2 
inches wide at bottom and 7% inches 
high to top of frame. Full leather lined. 
Seamless edges. 
17 inches long $12.50 

Wherever we describe smooth sole ' 
leather, it does not mean the ordinary 
bag leather without the grain; but it's 
a finely finished leather on the sole 
leather line, but pliable — BEST WEAR- 
ING QUALITIES. 




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FIG. 4509— INSTRUMENT BAG, BOSTON STYLE. 



A very nicely finished, light weight, pli- 
able bag, that is popular where a flexible 
bag is required. Made in two pieces of the 
finest black or brown smooth sole leather 
with end seams instead of corner welts. 
Leather covered steel frame, two handles, 
full leather lined. 10 inches high, 5Vz 
inches wide. 

16 inches long at bottom $13.50 

18 inches long at bottom 15.00 

Fitted with 6 one and one-half ounce G. 
S. bottles on removable pad, $1.50 extra. 

Fitted with 6 one and one-half ounce G. 
S. and M. C. bottles on removable pad, $2.25 
extra. 





FIG. 4510— INSTRUMENT BAG, BOSTON 
STYLE. 

Same as Fig. 4509, only made of the best 
grained bag leather. Leather lined. 10 inches 
high, 5% inches wide. 

$10.65 

11.85 

Fitted with 6 one and one-half ounce G. S. 
bottles on removable pad, $1.50 extra. 

Fitted with 6 one and one-half ounce G. S. 
and M. C. bottles on removable pad, $2.25 
extra. 



16 inches long at bottom. 
18 inches long at bottom. 



rjfctCT, 





4524 



4527 



REMOVABLE PADS FOR BAGS AND CASES. 

Fig. 4524 Set of six 1%-oz. glass stoppered bottles on removable pad $1.50 

Fig! 4527— Set of six 1%-oz. glass stoppered and metal cap bottles on removable 



pads. 



.$2.25 



Most of our Instrument Bags are so arranged that they can be fitted with either 
of the above. 



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LEATHER GOODS. 

FIG. 4530— DR. S. L. STEWART SPECIAL SATCHEL CASE. 

Compact, neat and substantial; cov- 
ered with the best black seal-grain bag 
leather, cowhide. Has heavy steel frame, 
with extra strong brass lock and 
catches; English style and hand stitched. 
Designed for general practice and pro- 
vided with compartments for emergency 
use. 
Contents: 

Six 4-oz. S. C. jars, three at each end. 
Eighteen 1%-oz. square G. S. bottles, nine 
along each side. 

Two sundry spaces in center of bottom, 
one four inches long and one seven and 
one-half inches long. Width 3% inches and 
depth 4% inches. Two hinged compart- 
ments for instruments, hypodermic syringe, 
etc., resting on top of bottles. The inside 
of lid has racks, loops and flaps for in- 
struments. 

Outside measurements, 17 inches long, 
6% inches wide and 8% inches high to top 
4530 of frame. 

Price .$31.00 




FIG. 4533— DR. F. F. BROWN SPECIAL SATCHEL CASE. 



The workmanship is first class 
throughout. This satchel is covered with 
the best black smooth sole leather cow- 
hide; has riveted steel frame and nickel- 
plated trimmings. Designed for both 
city and country practice and is pro- 
vided with compartments for emergency 
instruments. 
Contents : 

Six 4-oz. S. C. jars, three at each end. 

Twenty 1%-oz. square G. S. bottles, 
ten along each side. 

Sundry space in center of bottom 11 % 
inches long, 3% inches wide and 4% 
inches deep. Two hinged compartments 
for instruments, hypodermic syringe, etc., 
resting on top of bottles. The inside of 
lid contains knife rack, loops and flaps 
for instruments. 

Outside measurements, 17 inches long, 
7 1 ,4 inches wide and 8% inches high to 
top of frame. 




4533 



Price $27.50 



"Service" is performance by the seller which results in the complete satisfaction 
of the buyer. 



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LEATHER GOODS. 




FIG. 4536— SOLE LEATHER COMBI- 
NATION BAG. 

Same style bag as Fig-. 4455, made in 
two pieces of the finest black sole leather, 
with end seams only. Heavy steel frame 
and frame hand-stitched to bag. English 
style. Full leather lined. Trimmings are 
pt solid brass throughout. Dimensions: 
17 inches long, 6V2 inches wide, 8 inches 
high to top of frame. 

""This bag has four rows of loops inside 
of lids for emergency instruments. Fit- 
ted with 10 2-ounce G. S. and M. C. bot- 
tles on one side, or with the same num- 
ber of bottles on each side. 

Price, with 10 2-ounce G. S. and 

M. C. bottles $23.00 

Price, with 20 2-ounce O. S. and 

M. C. bottles 20.00 




FIG. 4542— COMBINATION BAG. 

Dimensions: 17 inches long, 7 inches 
wide, 8 inches high. 

Made of the best black seal grain bag 
leather. Full leather lined. English steel 
frame, hand-stitched to body of bag, solid 
brass trimmings, same style as our Fig. 
4482. It contains 20 two-ounce G. S. and 
M. C. bottles, placed in stationary loops 
on inner sides of bag. Large empty space 
in center of bag, full length of same and 
3U inches .wide. 

Price $26.!>0 



Our Bags wear longer than others. The 
heavier leather does it. 




FIG. 4539— COMBINATION BAG. 

Dimensions: 17 inches long, 694 inches 
wide and 7% inches high; 6 inches high 
at corners. 

Made of the best black seal grain bag 
leather, canvas lined, steel frame, nickel 
trimmings. 

It contains 22 three-ounce, cork stop- 
pered bottles. The balance of space in 
bag is empty for sundries and measures. 
10 inches long and 3 inches wide. 
Price $17.50 




mis 



FIG. 4548— COMBINATION BAG. 

Dimensions: 17 inches long, 9 inches 
wide and 9 inches high. 

Made of the best black seal grain bag 
leather. Leather lined. Steel frame, 
nickel trimmings. It contains 6 six- 
ounce G. S. and M. C, 6 four-ounce G. S. 
and M. C. and 5 six-ounce C. S. bottles. 
The balance of space in bag is empty for 
sundries and measures 16 inches long and 
4% inches wide. 

Price $19.50 



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LEATHER GOODS. 

FIG. 4551— "NANCY HANKS" VETERINARY CASE. 

Dimensions: 13% inches long, 8% inches 
high, 8% inches wide. 

Contains 6 eight-ounce, 8 four-ounce, 9 two 
and one-half-ounce, and 8 one-ounce wide- 
mouth bottles, with covered supply box 8x7% 
x2 inches. 

The outside is made of extra heavy black 
seal-grain bag leather, stitched around the 
edges and substantially lined. Made thorough- 
ly dust-proof, and fitted with the "Welemaco" 
patent silver-plated springs for holding the 
bottles, Bumper corners, metal covered flanges 
at head of corks, preventing same from com- 
ing out and remedies from spilling. Wele- 
maco safety lock and key, besides two hinge 
hasp fasteners, and strong, heavy handle. 

The entire case is made with special view 
to durability, compactness, convenience and 

cleanliness. Price 

Made of heavy black or orange case stock. Price 




.$17.25 
. 19.00 



FIG. 4554— UPRIGHT VETERINARY CASE. 




Dimensions: 14 inches long, 8 inches 
high, 7% inches wide. Covered with the 
best black seal-grain bag leather. Hand- 
stitched around the edges. Substantially 
lined, nickel bumper corners, safety lock, 
heavy hooks and sliding handle. 

It contains 2 eight-ounce wide-mouth and 
3 eight-ounce tincture mouth glass stopper 
bottles, 16 three-ounce, 8 one-ounce and 14 
three-drachm cork stopper bottles, also a 
covered supply space 12%x4xl% inches. 

Price $22.00 



FIG. 4557— VETERINARY CASE. 



Dimensions: 12 inches long, 7% inches high, 
6 inches wide. 

Covered with the best black seal-grain bag 
leather. 

Substantially lined, nickel bumper corners, 
Welemaco safety lock, hinge hasp, strong han- 
dle. All edges of case hand-stitched. Wele- 
maco springs for holding bottles. 

It contains 4 three-ounce, 16 two and one- 
half -ounce and 13 one-ounce bottles; also cov- 
ered supply box 6x5x1% inches. 



Price. 



• $15.50 




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LEATHER GOODS. 

FIG. 4560— VETERINARY CASE 

Size, 13 inches long, 8 inches wide, 8 V, 
inches high. 

Contains three 8-ounce Rd. G. S. tincture 
bottles, two 8-ounce Rd. G. S. salt mouth 
bottles, eight 4-ounce bottles, eleven 2-ounce 
vials, ten 4-drachra vials, and one 2-ounce 
graduate, also empty space for sundries. 

Made of black grain leather. Price.. $17 

Made of heavy stock, orange or black 

color. Price 18-50 




FIG. 4565— VETERINARY CASE. 



This case, was originally designed by 
Dr. B. H. Sayre, whose purpose was to 
arrange a case for convenience and ca- 
pacity as well as something" substantial 
that would withstand the abuse given the 
average medicine case. It is made en- 
tirely of heavy sole leather, hand sewed, 
and full leather lined. Should it be ex- 
posed to the weather, it would not warp 
out of shape as the leather covered wood 
frame case will do. It is entirely new 
and the most complete and serviceable 
case of its kind ever designed. It is 
compact and durable in every sense. 

The partitions are of stiff, heavy sole 
leather, to which the bottles are firmly 
anchored by steel spring clasps, and so 
arranged as to eliminate danger of break- 
age or stoppers slipping. This case is 
supplied with nickel -plated safety lock 
and small leather covered knobs on side 
as well as bottom, serving as protection to the case when open. It is devoid of hinges, 
the wear of opening and closing being centered on reinforced sole leather. 

Dimensions: 16 inches long, 7% inches high and 6 y 2 inches wide. Contains eight 
4-ounce glass stoppered and metal cap bottles, ten 2% -ounce cork stoppered, nine 8- 
drachm cork stoppered, eighteen 4-drachm cork stoppered bottles, and one 2-ounce 
graduate; also space 5%x6%xl% inches. One of the most practical cases made for 
veterinary use. 
Price $24.00 




FIG. 4576— PATENT SPRING SADDLE BAGS 
(U. S. Army Pattern) 



^n» 




The bottles are contained in two inner cases, one holding fourteen 1-ounce bottles and 
eighteen 3-drachm vials, the other five 3-ounce bottles and supply box for sundries, 7% 
inches long, 1% inches deep, 1% inches wide. These cases can be taken out and used sep- 
arately when desired, or can be easily strapped together into a single hand case. 

Made either of fine black harness leather or russet box leather. Dimensions of each 
inner case, 8% inches high, 8 inches wide and 2 inches thick. 
Price $29.60 



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LEATHER GOODS. 

FIG. 4578— EMERGENCY POCKET FOLD. 



A pocket vial case or emergency 
fold case has been often suggested 
by practitioners. The illustration 
above represents a case of this 
style equipped to carry hypodermic 
tablets and hypo syringe as well 
as four empty or filled capsules. 
In addition it contains three screw 
cap bottles for dispensing tablets. 

We refer to this as an Emer- 
gency Fold in that it may easily be 
carried in the pocket when other 
or additional equipment would be 
troublesome. 



The case contains: One 5cc Quit- 
man Syringe complete with needles: 
10 small hypodermic tablet vials; three one-half ounce screw cap bottles; and four 
compartments for capsules or boluses. 

This case is made of one solid piece of the besft leather obtainable and will give 
lifetime service. 

Case complete as described above $6.00 





SINGLE-FOLD POCKET VIAL CASES. 
Fig. 4582— Contains 12 3-drachm 



vials. 



.$2.10 



Fig. 4585 — Contains 10 4-drachm 

vials 2.15 

Fig. 4588 — Contains 12 4-drachm 

vials 2.35 

Fig. 4591— Contains 8 6-drachm 

vials. . . . 2.35 

Fig. 4594 — Contains 10 6-drachm 

vials 2.65 

Fig. 4597 — Contains 8 1-ounce vials 2.65 
If fitted with S. C. bottles add 30c to 
list. 






liiHHilHi 



DOUBLE-FOLD POCKET VIAL CASES. 

Fig. 4600— Contains 24 2-drachm 

vials $3.00 

Fig. 4603— Contains 24 3-drachm 

vials 3.30 

Fig. 4606— Contains 20 3-drachm 

vials 3.00 

Fig. 4609 — Contains 24 4-drachm 

vials 3.60 

Fig. 4612— Contains 20 4-drachm 

vials 3.30 

Fig. 4615 — Contains 14 3-drachm 

and 11 4-drachm vials . 3.60 

If fitted with S. C. bottles add 50c to 
list. 



All of our Pocket Vial Cases are made of genuine Turkish morocco. Full leather 
lined and fitted with glove fastener. They are made with leather loops for holding 
bottles, making them more flexible than when fitted with metal springs. All have a 
pocket for powder papers. 



Do not fail to read page 316 regarding leather goods 



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MEDICINE CASE BOTTLES, VIALS AND JARS. 




Our medicine case bottles are made of the very best heavy flint glass 
and sized especially to fit our cases. 

The glass stoppered and metal cap bottles are accurately fitted with 
emery-ground glass stoppers, which are absolutely held in place with the 
heavy metal cap. This cap screws firmly around the neck of the bottle, 
thus preventing any possible chance of the stopper becoming loose. 



FIG. 4618— METAL CAP SAFETY BOTTLE. 



Capacity 
V" ounce 

1% 

2 

4 

6 

s 

2% 



Capacity 

1 ounce 

1 

2 

2 

4 

4 



NOTE: 
blue or am 



Capacity 
2 ounce 



. Diam. of Body 
. . . 1 inches. . 



.1% 

• liV 

.1% 
2 

!2H 

• iy 4 



Length Over All 
. . . . 3 yi inches . 



.4% 

.5 

.6% 

.6% 

.6% 

.6 



Price Doz. 

$3.00 

3.25 

3.75 

4.50 

5.00 

5.75 

5.00 



FIG. 4621— GLASS STOPPERED BOTTLES, ROUND. 

Diameter Length Over All Mouth Price Doz. 
1% inches 3% inches T $1.83 

1% " 3% " S 1.83 

1% " 4% " T 2.04 

1% " 4 " S 2.04 

2 " 5% " T 2.42 

2 " 5 % " S 2.42 

2 % " 7 " T 3.19 

214 " 6% " S 3.19 

supply the 2-ounce, 4-ounce and 8-ounce sizes as listed above in 



We also 
ber. 



FIG. 4624— GLASS STOPPERED BOTTLES, SQUARE. 



Diameter 



Capacity 
4 ounce 



.1% 
.1% 
.1% 
.1% 
.2 



inches 4 % 

*Vi 

5 % 

5Vi 



.6% 



Length Over All 



inches T . 

S. 
T. 
S. 



Price Doz. 

$1.44 

1.50 
1.88 
1.94 



. T 2.50 

. S 2.03 



FIG. 4627— SQUARE SCREW CAP JARS. 

Diameter Length Over All Mouth Price Doz. 
. .1% inches 4 % inches S $2.00 



FIG. 4630— CORK STOPPERED BOTTLES, ROUND. 



Capacity Diameter Length Over All 
2 1 /. ounce 1 Vi inches 5% inches.... 

3 " 1% " 4% 

4 " 1% " 6% " 

6 " 1% " 6% 

.2 



Moutli Price Doz. 

. . . T $0.90 

. . . S 9« 

. . ,T 1.00 

. . .T 1.10 

. . S 1.20 



T stands for Tincture Mouth. S stands for Salt Mouth. 



FIG. 4633— CASE VIALS. 



Cork Stoppered 
Price, Doz. 

$0.33 . . . 

.36 



Cork Stoppered Screw Cap 
Price, Doz. Price, Doz. 
$0.39 $0.72 




Scale of 
Millimeters 



rlilliBE'iMnm B 

— ^^L^™25™^^5^^5 55 65 75 85 95 



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EMPTY INSTRUMENT AND TABLET CASES, ROLLS. 



POCKET INSTRUMENT CASES. 



POCKET ALKALOID CASES. 




We carry a complete assortment of 
empty pocket cases, made both in fine 
cowhide, smooth finisli leather and seal 
grain leather. n _ _ 

Smooth Finish Seal Gram 
Fig. 1630— Cowhide 

Two-fold case $4.00 $3.75 

Fig. 4639 — 

Three-fold case .... 5.00 4.50 

Note: Empty Pocket Instrument Cases 

may be supplied with knife loops at bot- 
tom, open or closed. Prices on special 
cases furnished upon application. 



A very neat and handy leather pocket 
case, made to accommodate all regular 
hypodermic tablet vials. Supplied in three 
sizes. Made of a durable leather. 

Fig. 4642 — 6-vial ease, each $1.00 

Fig. 4645 — 8 -vial case, each 1.10 

Fig. 4648 — 12-vial case, each 1.30 

Note: Filled Hypodermic Cases — We 

shall be very glad to furnish special prices 
on filled cases with any assortment of 
alkaloids specified. For Hypodermic Tab- 
lets see pages 390-391. 



DENTAL INSTRUMENT 
ROLLS. 

Heavy tan Leather roll with 
chamois lining and flaps. Two 
rows of adjustable leather loops 
for denial and other heavy in- 
struments. 

Fig. 4651— Size 16x30 in.. .$ 8.50 \|J 
Fig. 4054 — Size 16x42 in.. . 11.00 
Fig. 4657 — Size 18x42 in... 12.00 \*; 





WASHABLE WHITE DUCK AND TAN 
KHAKI INSTRUMENT ROLLS. 

(With Adjustable Loops) 

Instruments should always be carried in a roll, which can 
be washed and kept clean. They should never be carried 
loose in a bag. 



Fig. 4658 — 10x20 inches, white, single row of 15 loops $0.85 

Fig. 4660 — 12x23 inches, white, single row of 13 loops 90 

Fig. 4661 — 12x23 inches, white, double row of 13 loops 1.15 

Fig. 4662 — 14x35 inches, white, single row of 21 loops 1.35 

Fig. 4663 — 15x35 inches, white, double row of 21 loops 1.68 

Fig. 4064 — 20x30 inches, tan, double row of 13 loops 2.50 

Fig. 4665 — 12x35 inches, khaki, single row ot 21 loops 1.80 

Fig. 4666 — 15x35 inches, khaki double row of 21 loops 2.85 



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I 



t4LLS> 



LEATHER GOODS. 

ACCESSORIES 



FIG. 4672— MEDICINE CASE 
GRADUATE. 

Graduated in drachms up to 2 
ounces. 
Price, each $0.40 



FIG. 4675— EMERGENCY BAG IN- 
STRUMENT TRAY. 

Inches Price 

10%x6i4x2 1 / 4 $1.25 

Il%x7%x2.% 1.60 

13 1 / 2 x8 1 /4x2% 2.15 

16 1 / 2 x9 1 /2x2% 2.75 




FIG. 4687— SILVER-PLATED METAL 
SPRINGS FOR HOLDING BOTTLES. 

It is impossible for them to become loose, 
like single springs, because they are part of 
the entire plate. 

The distinctive features of our springs 
are that they are cut from a continuous 
plate of fine quality spring brass, the base 
of the spring being a part of the plate, 
and arranged diagonally to bring the bot- 
tles next to each other. They are silver- 
plated and lacquered to prevent corrosion. 




FIG. 4678— SATCHEL, MEDI- 
CINE CASE AND DEN- 
TAL INSTRUMENT 
ROLL HANDLES. 

Small size, each $0.40 

Medium size, each 45 

Large size, each 50 



-a* ^^7 



Inches Price 

8x3 xl% $0.90 

12x3 ,1 /2xl 1 / 2 1.25 

17x4 xlV 2 1.50 

FIG. 4684— FIBRE CARRYING CASE. 

Waterproof Carrying Case, with 
catches and convenient handle. Espe- 
cially adapted for carrying stomach tube 
and pump. Size lG^xll^xS inches. 



Each. 



.$2.50 



Per foot. 



.$1.25 





COPPER AND NICKEL PLATED 
STERILIZERS 

Our special sterilizer is made to carry in 
the emergency and obstetrical bag if de- 
sired. Sixe 10x5x2. Originally recom- 
mended by the New York State College and 
particularly used by practitioners from that 
school. It is the best and most serviceable 
little sterilizer on the market. 
Fig. 4688— Cornell Copper Sterilizer. .$4.50 
Fig. 4689— Cornell Nickel-Plated Ster- 
ilizer 4.00 



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SURGICAL DRESSINGS. 




FIG. 4693— ABSORBENT COTTON. (Long Fibre.) 

We offer an exceptional good quality hospital cotton at the following prices: 

Per Lb. 

1 pound, long fibre cotton $0.50 

10 pounds, long fibre cotton 49 

25 pounds, long fibre cotton 48 

50 pounds, 1 case cotton • ■ 48 

100 pounds, 2 cases cotton 48 

FIG. 4696— ABSORBENT COTTON. (Short Fibre.) 

Per Lb. 

1 pound short fibre cotton _40 

10 pounds short fibre cotton ■ ■ .39 

25 pounds short fibre cotton 33 

50 pounds short fibre cotton .38 

100 pounds short fibre cotton 38 




FIG. 4699— STERILIZED ABSORBENT 
COTTON. 

1 pound in handy sterile package. $0.65 
% pound in handy sterile package. .70 
Vi pound in handy sterile package 

2 ounces in handy sterile package 
1 ounce in handy sterile package 

V2 ounce in handy sterile package 

Note: The label covers every crevice, 
sealing the carton and protects the cot- 
ton absolutely against dust, germs and 
moisture. 



.75 

.85 

.90 

1.20 




One Pound Carton. 




is 
Me 

if 

m 

50-Pound Bale. 
FIG. 4702— OAKUM. 

1 pound carton, pound $0 50 

10 pound lots (bulk), pound 45 

25 pound lots (bulk), pound 44 

50 pound bale, pound '43 

FIG. 4705— JUTE. 
1 pound carton, pound $0.60 



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SURGICAL SUNDRIES. 




FIG. 4715— RUBBER DRAINAGE TUBING. 

G-inch length, assorted sizes, 5 pieces (sterilized) in a bottle, per bottle. 



0.45 





GAUZE, moist in glass jars. GAUZE, dry in cartons. 

Fig. 4720 — Plain, aseptic. Fig. 4741 — Plain (Sterilized). 

1 yard each $0.40 1 yar( j j n handy pkg. . .each $0.20 

5 yards each .95 5 yards in handy pkg. . .each .65 

25 yards in box each 2.25 

Fig. 4723— Borated. 100 yards in roll each 7.25 

1 yard each .45 

5 yards each 1.05 Fig. 4744 — Borated. 

^. .„«„ ,-. l i A j 1 yard in handy pkg. . . .each .25 

1 ard each 45 5 yards in handy pkg. .. .each .85 

5 yards each 1.05 Fig 4747— Carbolated. 

„. .„„,. ^ c i_i ■ ■ i *„ 1 vard in handy pkg.... each .25 

Fig. 4729 - Cor 1 r ° S V o r S 1 U to 1 20 a 00' 5 y ards in handy pkg - ' • - each - 85 

1 yard each .45 Fig 4750— Corrosive Sublimate, 1 to 

5 yards each 1.05 1000 or 1 to 2000. 

Fig. 4732 — Iodoform 5%. 1 yard in handy pkg each .25 

J yard each .55 5 yards in handy pkg. . . .each .85 

5 yards each 1.50 

J Fig. 4753 — Iodoform 57c 

Fig. 4735 — Iodoform 10%. 1 yard in handy pkg .... each .40 

1 yard each .60 5 yards in handy pkg. . . .each 1.10 

5 yards each 1.35 

Fig. 4756— Iodoform 10%. 

Fig. 4738— Picric Acid. 1 yard in handy pkg. .. .each .45 

1 yard each .bO 5 ds j handy pkg each 1.35 

5 yards each 1.65 

Note: Special prices on plain gauze in bulk quoted on application. 

Note: We can supply any of the most popular brands of gauze, including Bauer 

& Black, Seabury & Johnson and Johnson & Johnson. 



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SURGICAL DRESSINGS, SUNDRIES. 




4759 

Fig. 4759 — Gauze Packer, Burrage's, external diameter x k inch, length 12 inches. $1.25 

FIG. 4762— "NU" GAUZE STRIPS. 

Are selvedge edge, continuous length, in glass tubes, made expressly for packing 
into sinuses, fistulae, etc., %-inch widths are 6 yards long; 1-inch widths are 3% yards 
long. 

Plain Aseptic, % or 1 inch each, $0.25; dozen, $3.00 

Borated, % or 1 inch each, .30; dozen, 3.60 

Corrosive Sublimate (1-1000), % or 1 inch each, .30; dozen, 3.60 

Iodoform, 5%, Ms or 1 inch each, .35; dozen, 4.00 





Fig. 4765 — Plain Gauze Bandages, 10 

yards long, each bandage 
wrapped and sealed. 

1 in. wide doz. $0.70 

1% in. wide doz. .85 

2 in. wide doz. 1.10 

2% in. wide doz. 1.35 

3 in. wide doz. 1.60 

3% in. wide doz. 1.85 

4 in. wide doz. 2.10 



Fig. 4768— Roller Bandages, Unbleached 

muslin, 5 yards long. Each 
bandage wrapped and sealed. 

1 in. wide doz. $0.65 

1% in. wide doz. .80 

2 in. wide doz. 1.05 

2% in. wide doz. 1.30 

3 in. wide doz. 1.55 

3% in. wide doz. 1.80 

4 in. wide doz. 2.05 



Fig. 4771 — Bandage Scis- 
sors, Lister's, 5Vz inch. .$1.50 

Fig. 4774 — Bandage Scis- 
sors, Lister's, 7 inch.... 1.80 

Fig. 4777 — Bandage Scis- 
sors, Lister's, 8 inch.... 2.10 




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SURGICAL DRESSINGS, SUNDRIES. 




FIG. 4782 — CREPE PAPER BANDAGES. 

These bandages are made of a special crepe 
paper, soft and elastic, so that they support 
cotton dressings in contact with wounds in a 
more comfortable manner than do other dress- 
ings. They are surprisingly strong; their ten- 
sile strength is so great that veterinarians who 
are using them pronounce them entirely satis- 
factory for general use. 

These are marketed in sealed glassine con- 
tainers. Each has sufficient tape to act as an 
adhesive for holding bandage tightly in place. 
They are sterile and five yards longer than 
ordinary gauze bandages. 

Note the cost of the paper bandages as com- 
pared to the gauze and cotton bandages. 

Per doz. 
Crepe 
15 yds. 

1 in $0.40 

2 in 00 

2% in 75 

3 in 85 

4 in 1.10 




PIG. 478C — PLASTER PARIS 
BANDAGES 

(5 Yards Long). 

These bandages are put up in new 
sealed double containers, which pro- 
tect them thoroughly from atmos- 
pheric moisture, a very important 
feature. 
\y% inches wide, dozen $2.10 

2 inches wide, dozen 2.40 

2y 2 inches wide, dozen. , 2.70 

3 inches wide, dozen 3.00 

3% inches wide, dozen 3.30 

4 inches wide, dozen 3. GO 





Fig. 4789 — Red Cross 
Woven Elastic Band- 
ages (1% yards slack, 
3 yards stretched). 

2 in. wide, each., $0.40 
2% in. wide, each.. .50 

3 " in. wide, each.. .60 

Fig. 4792 — ( 2 % yards 
slack, 5 yds. stretched). 

2 in. wide, each.. $0.60 
2y 2 in. wide, each.. .70 

3 in. wide, each.. .80 




Fig. 4795 — Rubber Bandage— 

12 feet long. 

2 inches wide, each. .. .$1.00 
2% inches wide, each.... 1.25 

3 ' inches "wide, each.... 1.50 



Trade 




Mark 



'. '.": 




Fig. 4798— Flannel Bandages — 

White or red, 5 
yards long. 
1% inches wide, dozen. 

2 " inches wide, dozen. 
2% inches wide, dozen. 

3 inches wide, dozen. 
3% inches wide, dozen. 

4 inches wide, dozen. 
Assorted, 1% to 4 inches 

dozen 



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BANDAGES. 




Fig. 4S01 — 
Throat Hood, 

finest quality. 
Made out of 
white, gray, 
fawn or fancy 
wool goods, 
either in 
medium or 
heavy weight 
as desired, 
each. . . .$3.00 




Pig. 4S04 — Stock- 
inette Bandage, 3 

inches wide, 5 yards 
long; one-half dozen 
in box. 

Each $0.05 

Dozen 7.20 




FIG. 4807— DERBY BANDAGES. 

"»• 2 — Derby, 2 yard, in wrappers, per set $0.75 

No. 2 — Derby, 2y™ yard, in wrappers, per set \ g0 

No. 1 — Derby, 3 yard, in wrappers, per set 12 o 

No. 95 — Derby, 2 y„ yard, in boxes, single web, per set , [[[ X.35 




Fig. 4810— Single Web Cotton Bandages, white, 3 yards long-, four bandages to the 

SeL ;|^ g0 

Fig. 4813— Single Web Cotton Bandages, gray, 3 yards long, four bandages to these't 2^0 
Fig. 4810— Single Web Cotton Bandages, fawn, 3 yards long, four bandages to the 

Fig. 4819— Engl )h Linen Bandages, 2y 2 yards long, four bandages to the set .... 2.60 

Fig. 4S22— Woolen Bandages, made of best quality white or gray flannel, 2% yards 

long, four bandages to the set 3.00 

Fig. 4825— Cotton Quilted Bandages, made of good quality white cotton quilted on 

cheese cloth, washable, four bandages to the set . 75 



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BANDAGE ROLLERS. 

JOBSE BANDAGE ROLLER. 




Is made of wrought steel instead 
of casting, making it impossible to 
break. Can be adjusted to roll 
bandages from one inch to four 
inches wide. Will clamp onto any 
table or shelf. Made in two fin- 
ishes, nickel-plated and black 
enameled with blue strips. 



Prices. 

Fig. 4828— Nickel-plated. . ..$2.50 
Fig. 4831— Black enameled... 2.25 



4828-4831 




4834 



Fig. 4834 — Bandage Roller, Pelton's, full nickel-plated $1.75 

Fig. 4837 — Bandage Roller, plain Japanned 90 



Our growth from 1911 to the present time is the result of our policy — Quality, 
Service and Price. 



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ADHESIVE PLASTER. 



ZINC OXIDE ADHESIVE PLASTER. 

(On spools without cutter.) 

Fig. 4840 — Two and One-Half Yard 
Spools without cutter. 



Fig. 4843- 



Fig. 4846- 



y 2 


inch wide, each. . . 


$0.20 


i 


inch wide, each. . . 


.25 


i% 


inches wide, each. 


.30 


Five 


Yard Spools wi 


thout 


cutter. 




1 


inch wide, each. . . 


$0.35 


1% 


inches wide, each. 


.40 


2 


inches wide, each. 


.45 


2% 


inches wide, each. 


.55 


3 


inches wide, each. 


.65 


4 


inches wide, each. 


.85 


Ten 


Yard Spools withou 


t cut- 


ter. 






1 


inch wide, each. . . 


$0.55 


1% 


inches wide, each. 


.65 


2 


inches wide, each. 


.80 


2% 


inches wide, each. 


1.00 


3 


inches wide, each. 


1.20 


7 


inches wide, each. 


1.60 




Encode 

Adhesive 

Plaster 



2 Inches Wide 
10 Yards Long 




Fig. 4850 — Zinc Oxide Adhesive Plaster, in rolls on moleskin. 
1 yard rolls, 7 inches wide, each 



.$0.50 




B & B IODINE SWABS. 

Tincture of Iodine has come to be recognized by authorities generally as an un- 
equalled antiseptic for external application in first-aid work. It should be applied to 
all wounds and abrasions — all cases of broken skin. And the sooner it can be applied 
the better. 

In B & B Iodine Swabs we offer this antiseptic in ideal form. The swab is a strong 
glass tube at one end of which many thicknesses of gauze are attached to form a brush 
inside of which the glass tube has been drawn to a point so it is easy to break with 
the fingers. 

To treat a wound with the B & B Iodine Swab, simply break off the tip of the 
tube inside the gauze brush which is then used to paint the wound and surrounding 
skin. 

Fig. 4854 — Iodine Swabs (3 swabs in package), per pkg. /25c; Per dozen pkgs.. .$2.75 



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CHLOROFORM INHALERS. 




THE SPECIAL CHLOROFORM MUZZLE. 

This chloroform muzzle is made of a very closely woven fabric which makes possible 
the use of a minimum quantity of chloroform to produce anesthesia, thus rendering the 
use of chloroform comparatively safe under the most difficult conditions. In the pro- 
duction of anesthesia by this method, the struggling of animals during the first stages 
of administration is greatly reduced, even when they are confined in recumbent posi- 
tion. However, the Special Chloroform Muzzle is particularly well adapted to giving 
chloroform in the standing position. 

The employment of the muzzle and the use of chloroform in the standing position 
is endorsed by leading veterinarians of this country. 

Write for our leaflet, which describes this muzzle and gives complete directions 
for its use. 

Fig. 4878— Chloroform Muzzle, as illustrated $3.50 




^,m: l M sp m \& m ft \w 




^3-^^^^ 



FIG. 4882— CHLOROFORM INHALER, Juillard's Equine. 

Convenient in using the "drop" method of administering chloroform after subjects 
have been put under by other methods, thus minimizing danger greatly. 

Price $3 - 50 



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OPERATING HOODS AND SLINGS. 




HOOD IS USEFUL: 

For operations whether the animal is confined on a 
table or on the ground. 

For castration whether the animal be cast or operated 
upon while standing. 

For examining the feet of unbroken horses, putting 
on hopples, suturing skin wounds, etc. 

For violent colic eases, azoturia, forage poisoning, 
and all conditions where the animal is prone to injure 
its head or eyes in struggling. 

It makes a good impression on the owner. 

FIG. 4884— OPERATING HOOD. 

Heavy padded canvas and strong leather straps. 
Price $4.00 



THE EASIEST WAY TO RAISE A HORSE OR COW. 



Every practicing veterinarian is thoroughly familiar with the difficulty encoun- 
tered in adjusting the average sling upon a recumbent animal, particularly in close 
dark quarters. 

Perhaps the easiest method devised is that which has been advocated by Wright 
of Pennsylvania, a description of which follows: Take from forty to sixty feet of 
good rope which need not be over one-half inch in diameter if of good quality. Place 
the central part of the rope transversely across the recumbent animal's neck and pass 
both ends downward toward, the breast crossing them as they are passed backward 
between the fore legs, draw the two ends outward back of each elbow and pass them 
upward so that they may be crossed over the back just posterior to the withers. From 
this point the two ends are passed downward each in the direction of the right and left 
flanks, thence backward between the hind legs where the ropes are again crossed. 
At that point the two free ends of the rope are passed upward side by side and crossed 
beneath the subject's tail and carried around the base of the tail crupper-fashion and 
again crossed. The two ropes are now drawn forward together parallel with the 
animal's spinal axis underneath the two crossed parts posterior to the withers and tied 
to the single rope on the neck at the starting point. 

Throughout the whole procedure great care should be taken so that the rope may 
be drawn very snugly. This having been done a hoisting apparatus may be hooked 
into all of the ropes at the point where the four strands cross one another, posterior 
to the withers, and the animal raised to its feet. While this method is much easier 
than the adjustment of the simplest sling, it is not recommended for supporting 
animals for any great length of time, but as soon as the animal has been raised to lt« 
feet slings may be adjusted without difficulty. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, 



SLINGS. 



MO. 



339 




ADJUSTABLE 



FIG. 4885— THE HUMANE SLING. 

(Patented) 



This sling is the most practical appliance of its kind for many reasons: 

It affords the greatest degree of comfort to animals supported. 

It is the strongest sling on the market. 

It is the simplest and most durable sling obtainable. 

It is capable of nicer adjustments than any other sling. 

Weight is supported by this sling in such manner that the most distressing cases 
of azoturia may be supported with the least possible inconvenience to the patient. This 
is possible for the reason that weight is sustained by means of the four quarters. 
Respiration is not interfered with because of this mode of support. The abdominal 
viscera are not displaced, hence no discomfort is occasioned from such cause. Chafing 
is reduced to a minimum, and finally, animals are secured in such fashion that the most 
violent struggling will not result in the animal's falling out of the sling or assuming 
uncomfortable positions. 

Prostrate animals are elevated in the most convenient and comfortable manner 
because weight is properly balanced. The sling is composed of only three separate 
parts, and as shown by the illustration, is capable of adjustment to suit any condition. 
The fastenings are simple yet positive and lock in position. It is guaranteed to give 
satisfaction in handling the most difficult cases that require the support of a sling. 

Fig. 4885 — Humane Sling, complete with Triple Sheave Safety Hoist $30.00 

Fig. 4886 — Humane Sling, without hoist 26.00 



340 AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 

THE HUMANE SLING IN CATTLE PRACTICE. 

(Patented) 




SAME SPECIAL 
FEATURES AS 
FOR- HORSE 



The matter and manner of supporting cattle with slings is one which often per- 
plexes the best of practitioners. Unless a sling is most comfortable and amenable to 
the nicest adjustments, cattle do not take well to being hoisted and supported. Con- 
sequently, until recently, it was generally considered impractical to attempt the use of 
slings in cattle practice. 

With the Humane Sling, however, because of the comfortable position that it 
affords cattle when supported, good results are to be had when failure is to be expected 
with the use of ordinary slings. 

The cut shown herewith indicates clearly the manner of adjustment of this sling 
and demonstrates the natural position in which animals are supported. 

This is the same well-built sling that is shown for use on horses, but because of 
the facilities for adjustment, it is no doubt the best sling for use in general practice. 

Prices same as Figs. 4885 and 4886. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 341 



SLINGS AND HOISTS 

U. S. ARMY SLING. 

An extra heavy sling that is very 
simple in its makeup, and extremely 
strong and durable. 

A glimpse at the accompanying il- 
lustration is sufficient to convey a 
good knowledge of its structure: 
Bodice of heavy sail-ducking rein- 
forced at the edges with heavy web 
belting; cross straps of leather pre- 
vent splitting of bodice. Both ends 
of the bodice are bound with metal 
which is clamped and riveted in posi- 
tion. 

Breechings and breast collar attach- 
ments are secure and capable of ready 
adjustment to fit different animals. 
These are of four-inch canvas belt- 
ing and reinforced with leather. 

The whole sling may be scrubbed 
with soap and water without injury to any part. Leather parts may be dressed with 
saddle soap or oiled occasionally and in this manner the sling will not only last longer 
but always present a good appearance. 

This sling has been our best seller and has always given entire satisfaction. 

Fig. 4892 — U. S. Army Sling, with triple sheave safety hoist $35.00 

Fig. 4893 — U. S. Army Sling, without hoist 30.00 




TRIPLE SHEAVE SAFETY HOIST. 

One of the simplest, strongest, lightest and easiest manipulated hoists to be had. 
The self-locking feature is dependable and adds much to the multiplication of 
power which is afforded by this apparatus. Not only useful in connection with 
slings, but very convenient for many other kinds of work, including the moving of 
automobiles when they become mired. 

Fig. 4904 — Triple Shive, %-inch rope, capacity 2,000 lbs $6.00 

Fig. 4905 — Triple Shive, %-inch rope, capacity 4,000 lbs 7.50 

Pure Manila Rope regularly furnished with above hoist. 



342 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



MICHIGAN EQUINE OPERATING TABLE 




Style O, Upholstered. May Be Had With Plain Top 



STYLE S UNUPHOLSTERED. MAY ALSO BE HAD UPHOLSTERED, WITH 
ADJUSTABLE HEAD-REST: This is quickly detached and re-attached to either side 
of the Style S table-bed, and may be dropped down to any incline for drainage pur- 
poses. 

The Michigan Equine Operating Tables are made in two styles, and three differ- 
ent models in each one of the two styles are manufactured. 

Style "0" is the original table with single push-bar for elevating the top, and 
without adjustable head rest, such as has been supplied for many years. 

Style "S" is an improved table having two lifting bars instead of one; and simpli- 
fied gearing that gives greater power than is possible with style "0." 

It also has a movable head rest. This not only adds length to the table, but makes 
provision for adjusting the animal's head to suit any given condition. 

Style "S" tables are more rigid, more easily manipulated, have safety automatic 
lock on the shifting device, and an improved reversing mechanism. 

Either of the two models, "0" or "S" may be had, upholstered or unupholstered. 

Both style "0" and "S", as has been, stated, are in models No. 1, 2 and 3. Model 
No. 1 is a table having but one movement, in that it tilts from vertical to horizontal, 
and is a good table in every particular. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO.. KANSAS CITY, 



MO. 



343 



MICHIGAN EQUINE OPERATING TABLE. 




Model No. 2 has two movements, one as in Model No. 1, and the other a turning 
movement, made possible by the cylindrical base which rests upon a steel track so that 
the table may be unlocked and turned, when this is desired, after the animal has been 
confined upon the table. 

Model No. 3 has in addition to the two movements of Model No. 2, an inverting 
movement, which enables the operator to tilt an animal over in such fashion that the 
ventral surface of its body lies uppermost. 

Every part of every Michigan Operating Table, regardless of style or model, is 
guaranteed for one year against flaw or defect in workmanship or material. Any part 
broken within this time, if returned to the factory prepaid, will be replaced free of 
charge. These tables are practically indestructible and are strong enough to handle the 
heaviest and most vigorous animal without injury to operator, subject or table, if ordi- 
nary care is employed. These tables are warranted to be as represented, or money 
refunded. Write for names of veterinarians nearest you, who have this table, and 
ascertain for yourself what it can do for the practitioner. 

Base — The bases of these tables are steel cylinders, which house the gearing and 
excentric push bars which elevate the tops or beds. The gearing is so arranged that 
one man can tilt the table with an ordinary horse upon it, while two men can easily and 
quickly handle the heaviest animal with style "0" table. Style "S" table affords much 
greater leverage at the crank and is easier to manipulate than style "0." 



344 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



MICHIGAN EQUINE OPERATING TABLE. 

Table Top — The top or bed is either upholstered or unupholstered. It is made of 
selected and seasoned hard maple and bolted to a steel frame. The opening in the 
bed permits the operator to stand close to the body of an animal, secured on the table, 
and between its fore and hind legs. 

Hopple; — Ample means for securing the feet are supplied by the hopples, which 
are made of chains padded to prevent injury to animals' extremities. These chains pass 
through the table top by way of raised eyelets which make possible bandaging of a 
foot even when it is secured. The chains are controlled by dog and ratchet attach- 
ments, which enable the operator to secure or release the foot with ease. 

Dimensions and Weight of Table — The table top is 6%x9 feet, exclusive of the 
head piece. It requires a room 14x20 feet to afford comfortable working facilities in 
handling the largest animals. 

PRICES. 

No. 1 Model (One Movement) 

Fig. 4916 — Style "O", upholstered or plain top $175.00 

Fig. 4917 — Style "S", upholstered or plain top 185.00 

No. 2 Model (Two Movements) 

Fig. 4920 — Style "O", upholstered or plain top $200.00 

Fig. 4921 — Style "S", upholstered or plain top 210.00 

No. 3 Model {Three Movements) 

Fig. 4926 — Style "O", upholstered or plain top $225.00 

Fig. 4927 — Style "S", upholstered or plain top 235.00 

All prices above are F. O. B. factory. 
All Style "S" tables are equipped with adjustable head-rests. 




Style O, Upholstered. May Be Had With, Plain Top.? 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KA NSAS CITY, MO. 345 

AJAX STOCKS. 




Adopted by the U. S. War Department — there being over 300 in army service. 
These stocks are ideal for dental and head work, as well as many other operations 
upon the body while in the standing position. 

CONSTRUCTION— These Stocks are constructed of 2%-inch steel tubing, which is 
not affected by weather, and there are no nails, screws or joints to become loosened 
and let the stock get rickety. They are secured to the floor with lag screws or set in 
concrete. These stocks are very rigid and can be easily moved and are strong enough 
for the heaviest animal. 



DIMENSIONS- 

about 500 pounds. 



-Height 8% feet, width 3 feet, length 7 feet. Shipping weight 



EQUIPMENT — They are equipped with girths made of the heaviest canvas, rein- 
forced with heavy strips of heavy belting, and ropes and pulleys sufficiently strong. 
Also with hopples that connect with chains which may be quickly secured by passing 
through patented chain buckles on each corner post. All attachments are quickly 
detachable. 

DENTAL HALTER — This is simple, very strong and quickly adjusted. Necessary 
ropes are furnished with it. 

GUARANTEE — These Stocks are guaranteed against flaw or defect in workman- 
ship or material and warranted to be as represented. 



Fig. 4931 — Ajax Stocks, complete with Dental Halter. 
Fig. 4932 — Ajax Stocks, without Dental Halter 



.$95.00 
. 90.00 



346 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



TURF GOODS. 




A" 



■M 



m 






Shin and ankle, full tendon protection 
elastic, calf wrapper. 



Quarter, pacing boot, 

calf lined, with side 

protection. 




Rubber Trotting Rolls. 



The above illustrations are merely suggestive of our stock of Turf Goods. Our 
stock of these items is not as complete as has been our custom to carry, but we are 
in position to supply any item desired in this line as heretofore. Your requirements 
for boots or horse goods of any kind will receive our usual prompt attention. 





4937— Heavy Heel, Canvas 
Back. 



4938— Heavy Heel, Leather 
Back. 



4940— Air Cushion, 
Regular. 



HOOF PADS. 

The decreased demand for hoof pads has resulted in our cutting down our stock 
of these to three styles only. We have retained, however, our most popular sellers, 
as illustrated above. 



Size 

Fig. 4937 — Samson. . . . 

Fig. 4838 — Ajax 

Fig. 4940 — Air lusliion 



PRICE PER PAIR. 

1 2 2% 3 3y 2 4 4% 5 6 7 8 

¥1-30 $1.30 $1.30 31.40 ¥1.40 .1*1.50 $1.00 $1.90 $2.20 

$1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 2.00 2.10 2.30 2.50 $2.80 

1.90 1.90 1.00 1.90 1.90 1.90 2.10 2.30 2.90 3.30 



J^^^L^^^L^^ 7 C0 - KANSAS CITY, MO. 



347 



VETERINARY BLUE CROSSES, MEASURING INSTRUMENTS. 

THE BLUE CROSS 




. _oclay. 

Fis.4044_Bi.rE CROSS EMBLEM: 4% inches in diameter, finished in brilliant 
glazed jewelers porcelain enameling, convex, with metal gold-finished 
outline on background of white poreclain enamel. . . . S . . .Price $2 0(1 

Fig. 4946— KMXE I CROSS EMBLEM: 4% inches in diameter, finished in name plate"" 
pfate finished outline on background of white on brass 

Price $1.00 

Fig. 404S— BLUE CROSS RADIATOR CAP EMBLEM: 3% inches high, having four 
ReadUv Htt»r ffiS 6P t! at "Sht. angles, finished in blue and silver enamel 
Readily attached to any radiator cap Price SI 73 

Fig. 4050— BLUE CROSS RADIATOR CAP EMBLEM: 3% inches high, cross in heavy 
nickeled auto-tire, finished in blue with nickel border Easily attached 
to any radiator cap ....... Pr.ce $1.75 



QJllU 



JJJ. 



inliiilii 



4958-4959 






4962 4964 4966-4969 

Fig. 495S — llfasurins S(.-uid:ird, . plain, measuring to 20 hands $ 5.50 

Fig. 4950 — Measuring Standard, folding, measuring to 20 hands 6^25 

Fig. 4962 — Measuring standard made of finest quality Malacca, with high grade deer 

horn handle with silver mount, and brass crossbar with spirit level.... 15.00 
Fig. 4964 — Measuring Standard, made of fancy Malacca, with plain buckhorn handle 

and ferrule, and brass crossbar with spirit level 10 00 

Fig. 4966 — Tape Measure, linen, 3 feet " 40 

Fig. 4967 — Tape Measure, linen, 6 feet ' g0 

Fig. 4968 — Tape Measure, steel. 3 feet an 

Fig. 4969 — Tape Measure, steel, 3 feet l0 n 



348 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO.. KANSAS CITY, MO. 



MICROSCOPES. 




FIG. 5089. SPENCER MICROSCOPE, No. 65 F. 

Designed especially for elementary and general labora- 
tory work. A large high grade microscope at a very 
moderate cost. 

The Body Tube is our standard size; the graduated 
draw tube, taking the standard size eyepieces, is adjust- 
able in cloth lined sleeve; or in metal fitting when so 
specified. 

The Arm forms a handle by which the microscope may 
be carried by the -whole hand. The distance from the arms 
to the optical axis is 80 m.m. 

It is equipped with standard lever type fine adjustment 
where one complete revolution of the screw moves the tube 
through 5 m.m. 

The Stage — 112 m.m. by 10S m.m. — is covered with a 
heavy sheet of genuine vulcanite rubber vulcanized directly 
to the stage. The iris diaphragm, operated by a knurled 
ring, -works nearly in the plane of the upper surface of the 
stage. 

The Mirror is the standard 50 m.m. mirror; plane on one 
side and concave on the other. 

Finished in black alcohol-proof enamel, the smaller parts 
being furnished in yellow lacquer, which is also alcohol- 
proof. 

It is sent out in a polished hard wood cabinet, with 
lock and key. 

Fitted with Abbe N-A 1-20 Condenser, Double Nosepiece, 
Achromatic Objectives Equiv. Foe. m.m. 16.4, Huyghenian 
Eve Pieces 6x and lOx. 



$42.50 



FIG. 5092. SPENCER MICROSCOPE, No. 45 H. 

We offer this microscope for medical and advanced 
laboratory work. 

The Body Tube is standard size — 37 m.m. outside 
diameter with Society thread — the draw tube taking stand- 
ard eyepieces. 

The Arm is of the handle type, which may be grasped 
with the whole hand, with a distance of SO m.m. from the 
optical axis, and with an accurate and sensitive fine ad- 
justment. 

The Stage is of brass, covered with a heavy sheet of 
genuine vulcanite rubber vulcanized directly to the stage 
plate. Size of stage is 112 m.m.xlOS m.m. 

The Substage is the standard quick screw form, adjust- 
able for focus with friction collar for condenser; iris dia- 
phragm in plane of the stage. There is a device for auto- 
matically looking upper iris, so arranged that condenser 
may be placed in ring in any position most suitable to 
operator. The whole substage may be lowered and swung 
out of optical axis when desired. 

Finished in black and yellow, both of which are alcohol 
and reagent proof. It is sent out in a polished mahogany 
cabinet. 



Price. 



. $72.50 




Note. Lack of space prevents us from listing but a few of the most popular micro- 
scopes. We will cheerfully send literature and prices of any make of microscopes, in- 
cluding the Bausch & Lomb, Spencer Dens Co., Leitz or Zeiss makes, upon request. 



What is worth seeing is worth observing, and what is worth observing is worth 
remembering. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY 



MO. 



349 



MICROSCOPIC SUPPLIES. 





5119 



5110 



5119 





5116 



5128 



Fig. 5107 — Cover Glass Forceps, Stewart's, wire $0.15 

Fig. 5110 — Cover Glass Forceps, Dr. Kaltyer's, of nickel-plated spring wire, for 

staining cover glass preparations. Each 30 

Fig. 5113 — Combination Cover Glass and Slide Forceps. This is probably the most 
convenient wire forceps yet invented. It holds either the cover glass or 
slide for drying, heating over a flame, etc. Each ,- 

Fig. 5116 — Object Slides. Made of the best white glass, free from defects, of 
uniform thickness with edges ground round. Slides are packed 100 in 
a box. 

Size 25x75 m.m., medium, per box of one-half gross .90 

Size 25x75 m.m., extra thin, per box of one-half gross 110 

Size 38x75 m.m., medium, per box of one-half gross 1.50 

Fig. 5119 — Cover Glasses, superior quality, true to size, uniform in color, and 
smoothly cut. Supplied in square or circular form. Size 25 m.m., per 
box of one-half ounce 1.10 

Fig. 5122 — Microscopical Labels. 

Square, size 22 m.m., per 100 25 

Rectangular, size 22x15 m.m., per 100 25 

Circular, size 20x14 m.m., per 100 25 

Fig. 5125 — Slide Boxes. A very convenient and compact slide box. It is divided 
into two rows with capacity for 100 slides. Cover is hinged and fitted 
with catches. Made of wood and heavy cardboard suitably covered. A 
numbered slide index is provided, while a register on the inside of the 
cover gives ample space for recording data of interest. Price, each. . . 1.25 

Fig. 5128— Slide Boxes, wood, to hold 25 slides. Each - 30 



350 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO, 



MICROSCOPIC SUPPLIES 





5131 



5134-5137 



5140 




5143 



Fig. 5131 — Coplin Staining Jar, for ten slides, airtight cover. 

Each ! $0.90 

Fig. 5134 — Watch Glasses, Syracuse, diameter 65 m.m., per 10 9 q 

Fig. 5137 — Watch Glasses, Syracuse, with ground beveled sur- 
face, per 10 1.50 

Fig. 5140 — Watch Glasses, thin, concave form. 

Diameter m.m 40 50 75 100 120 

Per 10 35 .50 .90 1.50 2.00 

Fig. 5143 — Bottle, Dropping, ground stopper, bulb pipette, 30 

c.c, each 25c; dozen 2.50 

Fig. 5146 — Needle, straight, with wood handle .05 

Fig. 5149 — Needle, bone handle, with adjustable chuck 15 

Fig. 5150 — Forceps, heavy steel dissecting, 5-inch 50 

Fig. 5152 — Bell Glass, for covering microscopes, of heavy, clear, 
white glass, with ground glass rim. Size 25x42% 
cm., each 3.60 



5146 



5150 




Fig. 5098 — Reading Glasses, magnifying, for examinations which require only 
slight magnifying power and large field, 2-inch $1.00, 3-inch $1.50, 
4-inch $2.50, 5-inch $3.00 



. sB»rac"3?5E!^g^u=i==^g=: 




5101 



5104 



Pocket Magnifier, in vulcanite mounting. The lenses are accurately ground and 
give good results. 

Fig. 5101— With single oval lens $1.25 

Fig. 5104 — With double oval lens 1.75 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, 



MO. 



351 



LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 



Fig. 5170— Test Tubes. 

Length 

5-in., diameter 18 in. . . 
6-in., diameter H in. . . 
7-in., diameter % in.. . 
8-in., diameter IS in. . . 



Doz. 

.$0.22 
. .28 
• .37 
. .48 




Key 



Fig. 5173 — Test Tube Holder, spring 

wire, each 20c; dozen. .$2.00 



Fig. 5176— Test Tube Holder, wood 
with rubber band, each 
15c; dozen $1.50 



Fig. 5179— Test Tube Brushes, with 

tuft end, each 10c; doz. $0.75 




Fig. 5182— Test Tube Rack, wood, 
for 24 tubes with nine 
drying pins $1.00 



Fig. 5185 — Pipettes, volume to de- 
liver. 

Each 

lOcc $0.35 

25cc 45 

50cc 65 

lOOcc 95 

Fig. 5188 — Milk Pipettes, graduated 

at 17.6cc, each $0.35 



Fig. 5191 — Medicine Droppers 

(straight or curved), 
with nipple, doz $0.30 




Fig. 5194— Flasks, Chemical 

(flat bottom). 



Fig. 5197— Flasks, Chemical, 
Erlenmeyer (flat bottom). 

Each 

2-oz $0.15 

4-oz 20 

8-oz 25 

16-oz 30 

32-oz 45. 





Fig. 5200— Beakers, Chemical, 
squat with lip. Each 

IVz-oz., No. 00 $0.18 

3 -oz., No. 20 

5 -oz., No. 1 22 

7 -oz., No. 2 27 

12 -oz., No. 3 32 

18 -oz., No. 4 40 

24 -oz., No. 5 50 

32 -oz., No. 6 60 




Fig. 5203— Evaporating Dish, Por- 
celain, Light Rim, deep. 



Fig. 5206- 



1-oz., diameter 2%-in. 
2-oz., diameter 2%-in. 
3-oz., diameter 3%-in. 
4-oz., diameter 3% -in. 
6-oz., diameter 4 -in. 
8-oz., diameter 4%-in. 
-Litmus Paper, Red or 
Blue. 

Per Book of 25 leaves. $0.05 
Per Box of 1 doz. books .50 



Each 
$0.23 
.31 
.37 
.40 
.58 
.70 




Fig. 5209— Petri Dishes. 



Each 

3-in. diameter $0.30 

4-in. diameter 35 



Write for special quantity price on items listed in this section. 



352 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



LABORATORY AND DRUG ROOM SUPPLIES. 
"GUMMED" PRESCRIPTION LABELS. 



STYLE "A" 
TOKimoji 



I DR. J. W. JACKSON 

% VETERINARIAN 

p. both phones 24a SANTA PAULA, CAL , 

pj> Directions: 

% Size 2 1 2 xl^-2 inches 



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STYLE "B" 

l'^fp»if»i»iifii»i'H5ii f w"""v it' r" 

J. ALEXANDER WEBB, V. M. D. | 
London Grove, Pennsylvania % 



Directions: 



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STYLE "C" 

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irections 



.Size 3x2 inehe 



f I»R. C. K. WALTER'S 

f HOSPITAL FOR DOGS AND CATS 

% TULSA, OKLAHOMA - 

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STYLE "D" 

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VETERINARIANS 

► Phone No. 248 WACO, TEXAS 




(FIG 6280) 



Date. 



-or. 



Directions. 



.D V. M. 



POISON 



(FIG. 528l) 



r^ade^McMi 



(F!G. 5282) 



(5277-5279) 



For Ueterinary Use Only 



Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig. 

Fig. 
Fig. 
Fig, 

Fig. 

Fig, 
Fig. 
FiK, 



per 

per 
per 
per 



(FIG. 5283) 

One Color Two Color 

thousand *1.20 $1.50 

thousand 1.25 !•«<• 

thousand 1.40 1.S0 

thousand 1.05 1.00 

IVi'X-Z 1 ^, per thousand 1.00 

I%x2%, per thousand 1.25 

2 x3%, per thousand 1.50 

280 "For External Use Only" Label (exact size), red, per thousand .40 

281 — "Poison" Label (exact size), red, per thousand 40 

2S2 — "Shake Well Before Using" Label, (exact size), blue, per thousand 40 

283 — "For Veterinary Use Only" Label, (exact size), white, per thousand 40 

hen ordering- Prescription Labels, please mention "Style" label desired. 



Size 
109 — 2 xlVi, 
:72 — 2i/oxiy 2 , 
!75— 2%xl%, 
S76— 3 x2. 
:77 — Blank Label, 
:7S — Blank Label, 
;7{) — Blank Label, 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY. MO. 



353 



LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 
RUBBER TUBING. 




MAROON TUBING. 

Per ft. 

Fig. 5212— %-inch diameter $0.07 

Fig. 5215 — -ft-ineh diameter 09 

Fig. 5218 — %-inch diameter 10 

Fig. 5221 — A-inch diameter 15 

Fig. 5224 — %-inch diameter 20 

Fig. 5227— %-inch diameter 25 

Fig. 5230— %-inch diameter 30 

Fig. 5233 — Heavy Canvas Lined Rubber Tubing, %-inch diameter, suitable for irri- 
gating and for stomach pump purposes. Per foot $0.25 



Fig. 5238 — Lamp, Alcohol, with ground 
glass caps and brass tubes with 
wicks. 

2-ounce, each $0.35 

4-ounce, each 30 

Extra Wicks, each.. .05 
Extra Wick Holders, 

each 10 

Extra Glass Caps, 
each 10 




Fig. 5239 — Bunsen 

Burner, plain with 
air regulator, 
each $0.40 





Fig. 5242 — Retort 
Stands, com- 
plete, iron 
base, three 
rings, each... $1.50 

Fig. 5245 — Retort 
Stands, com- 
plete, iron 
base, .four 
rings, each. . . 2.00 

Fig. 5248 — Extra 
Rings for Re- 
tort Stands, 
small, $0.25: 
medium, $0.30 
large 35 



FIG. 5251 — GLASS TUBING. 
Soft, American, Ordinary Weight. 

•%, V4. %, %., 7 /s-inch, per lb $0.75 




Fig. 



utoff for Rubber Tubing, 
each, $0.15; dozen { 



Fig. 5257 — 
Cutoff for 
Rubber 
Tubing, 

loir's, 
each $0.20 





Pig 



Fig. 5260 — Hand 
Brushes, plain 
wood back, 
each, $0.10; do2s.9i.OO 



5203 — Caustic Points; point is ce- 
mented in the "wood; each 
$0.10; dozen $1.00 



Fig. 5280 — Iodine Brushes, long swan 

quill, each, $0.10; dozen .. .$1.00 



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LABORATORY AND DRUG ROOM SUPPLIES 

FIG. 5284— "AMVETSCO" ASEPTIC OVAL PRESCRIPTION BOTTLES. 

Washed and corked. 

Every bottle washed, sterilized, fitted with extra long cork, packed in handy 
dust-proof cartons and ready for your immediate use at all times. Accurately 
graduated in cubic centimeters and ounces. 




No. Bottlt 
In Case 

5 
5 
5 



3 Case Lots Id Cartons 

per Gross per Carton 

gro. 6 doz. in carton $2.80 $1.50 

gro. 6 doz. in carton 3.00 1.60 

gro. 6 doz. in carton 3.40 1.80 

3 gro. 4 doz. in carton 4.15 1.45 

3 gro. 3 doz. in carton 4.70 1.25 

2 gro. 3 doz. in carton 5.45 1.45 

1% gro. 3 doz. in carton 6.25 1.65 

1 gro. 2 doz. in carton 8.05 1.45 

1 gro. 1% doz. in carton 9.10 1.20 

% gro. 1 doz. in carton 13.95 1.25 




Fig. 5287— French Squares 

(narrow mouth), 
glass stoppered. 

Doz. 

1-ounce $2.00 

2-ounce 2.25 

3-ounce 2.40 

4-ounce 2.50 

6-ounce 2.85 

8-ounce 3.00 





Fig. 5296— Round Packers, 
Amber. 

4 oz., 2 gro. to case, 

per gross $4.34 

8 oz., 1 gro. to case, 

per gross 5.77 

16 oz., 1 gro. to case, 

per gross 8.41 

32 oz., % gro. to case, 
per gross 12.87 




Fig. 5290— Tincture Bot- 
tles, round, 
glass stop- 
pered. 

Doz. 
1 i pint, height 5 %-in.$2.10 
y 2 pint, height 7% -in. 3.00 
Pint, height 8%-in... . 4.30 



Quart, height 10 a 



5.95 



Fig. 5299— Salt Mouth 
Bottles, round, glass 
stoppered. 

Doz. 
%-pint, hgt. 5% -in. $2.05 
y2-pint, hgt. 6y 8 -in. 2.95 
Pint, height 8-inch. 4.30 
Quart, hgt. 9% -in.. 5.95 




Fig. 5293— Shelf Ware Labels (Glass). 

Designs furnished on application. 

All sizes from 1-ounce to y2-gallon, each 

Fig. 5294— Glassine Labels. 

All sizes from 4 ounces to y 2 -gallon, each 10 

Prices quoted on shelf bottles are without labels. 



.$0.30 



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LABORATORY AND DRUG ROOM SUPPLIES. 

CORKS. 

Our XXX Grade is carefully selected for the best prescription users. Put up in 
bags of 500 and 1,000. 




Fig. 5302— XXX Quality, 500 in sack: 

Reg-. 

No. per sack $0.63 

No. 1 per sack .63 

No. 2 per sack .82 

No. 3 per sack 1.00 

No. 4 per sack 1.19 

No. 5 per sack 1.42 

No. 6 per sack 1.65 

No. 7 per sack 1.95 

No. 8 per sack 2.55 




No. 10 per sack 

No. 12 per sack 

No. 16, 200 in sack sack 

No. 18, 200 in sack sack 

No. 20, 200 in sack sack 

XXX Quality: 

Assorted; 500 in sack. 

Nos. 1 to 6 per sack 

Nos. 2 to 6 per sack 

Nos. 3 to 6 per sack 

Nos. 6 to 10 per sack 



Reg. 
3.63 
4.25 
3.10 
3.60 
4.40 



$1.15 
1.23 
1.32 
2.63 



FIG. 5305— CHEMISTS' PURE GUM STOPPERS. 

Made of the best quality rubber, soft and elastic. 
Each size furnished in three styles, with two holes, with 
hole, and solid. 

Approximate 
Bottom 



% 
% 
II 
II 
1 

1% 
1A 
1% 

us 

i% 
in 
in 

2 ft 



No. 

1 


Length 
1 


Top 






% 


3 


1 


si 


4 

5 

6 


1 

1 

1 


II 

% 
14 


7 


1 7 


1% 


8 

9 


1A 

1A 


1% 
1ft 


10 


Ill 


1% 


11 


iy 2 


1ft 


12 


iy 2 


111 




i% 


111 




11! 


111 






2ft 




. .Ill 


211 



. to lb. 


Per lb. 


Each 


144 


$4.50 


$0.04 


104 


4.50 


.05 


82 


4.50 


.06 


67 


4.50 


.07 


48 


4.50 


.09 


39 


4.50 


.11 


25 


4.50 


.18 


21 


4.50 


.22 


17 


4.50 


.26 


13 


4.50 


.34 


10 


4.50 


.45 


8 


4.50 


.56 


6 


4.50 


.75 


5 


4.50 


.90 


4 


4.50 


1.13 


3 


4.50 


1.50 



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1 1 


i ! i 
1 f 


iiSijijuijii. 



Fig. 5308 — Horn e o p a t h i c 
Vials, long or short. 

Per gross 

1 Drachm $1.04 

iy 2 Drachm 1.24 

2 Drachm 1.24 

3 Drachm 1.65 

4 Drachm 2.50 




Fig. 5311 — Horn eopathic 
Vials, with screw cap. 

1 Drachm, per gross. .$2.67 

2 Drachm, per gross. . 2.80 

3 Drachm, per gross. . 3.49 

4 Drachm, per gross. . 4.53 




Fig. 5316 — Quick Loader Insect Powder 
Gun. Lacquered tin. lid top, 
quick loader pattern. Ca- 
pacity 2 to 3 oz. 

Each $0.10; Dozen $1.00 




Fig. 5317 — Screw Cap 
Jars (Round), Tall. 

2-oz., each $0.10, doz. $1.00 
4-oz., each .14, doz. 1.25 



Fig. 5320— Screw Cap 
Jars (Square), Tall. 

2-oz., each $0.10, doz. $1.00 
4-oz., each .14, doz. 1.25 




o* 



TUFTO" 

MUmiNQ AND STERILIZER 
DOTTLE BRUSH. 




Fig. 5323— Bottle Brush, strong, well 
made. 
Each $0.15 Per doz $1.50 



Fig. 5326 — Corkscrew, 

Combined cork extrac- 
tor, crown opener, seal 
lifter and wire breaker, 
each $0.25 





Fig. 5329 — Cork Pressers, Lochman's 
patent. 

No. 1, small $1.25 

No. 2, large 1.75 



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357 



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Pig. 5332 — S coops, 

aluminum or horn 
bowl, 4x3-inch. 
Each $0.20 

Fig. 5333 — Scoops, aluminum or hor i 
bowl. 3%x2%-in. 
Each j , la 



Fig. S33S — Spatulas, balanced and 

riveted handles, 5-inch blade $0.0:> 

Fig. 5338 — Spatulas, balanced and 

riveted handles, 6-inch blade 70 

Fig. 5341 — Spatulas, balanced and 

riveted handles, 8-inch blade 1.10 

Fig. 5344 — Spatulas, balanced and 

riveted handles, 10-inch blade 1.75 

Fig. 5347 — Spatulas, balanced and 

riveted handles, 12-inch blade 3.00 



solid 
solid 



steel, 
steel. 



. $o.s.-> 

. .95 



Fig. 5350 — Spatulas, 

inch blade 

Fig. 5353 — Spatulas, 

inch blade 

Fig. 5356 — Spatulas, solid steel, 

inch blade 1.25 

Fig. 5359— Glass Stirring Rods. Solid, 
glazed ends. 

10-inch, each $0.10 

12-inch, each 10 

Fig. 5302 — Pill Tiles, graduated (earthen- 
ware). 
Each 
6x 8-in. . . .$1.00 
8xl0-in. . . . 1.25 
10xl2-in. . . . 1.80 



Fig. 53«3 — Pill 

Tiles, graduated 

(glass). 

Each 

8xl0-in. . . .$1.20 

10xl2-in. . . . 2.20 

12xl2-in. . . 2.20 






1-oz., 
2-oz., 
4-oz., 
8-oz., 
16-oz., 



Fig. 5365 — Seamless Tin 
Ointment . Boxes, round 
bottom, plain tin. 



Pre gross 

gross in box $1.88 

gross in box 2.96 

gross in box 4.50 

in box 6.99 

box 11-39 



gross 
gross in 





Fig. 5368 — Ointment Jars, Opal or Amber. 

Doz. 
squat, nickel screw top $0.58 



V2-oz. squat, nickel screw top. 
1- 

2-oz 
3- 
4- 



.62 

oz. squat, nickel screw top 67 

.82 
1.20 
1.28 
1.80 



squat, nickel screw top. 

z. squat, nickel screw top. 

z. squat, nickel screw top. 

8-oz. squat, nickel screw top. 



16-oz. squat, nickel screw top 2.75 




Fig. 5371 



-Seamless Tin Boxes (Ointment), 
Meyer's Patent Top. 
Packed half gross in box. 
Per gross 

1-oz $2.60 

2-oz 4.151 

3-oz 5.00J 

4-oz 6.00 I 

Fig. 5374 — Utility Boxes 

(Anti -sift), made of 

heavy cardboard. 
For retailing all kinds of 

powdered drugs. Capacity 

gauged to Epsom Salts. 
1 to 8-oz., inclusive, packed 

in boxes of 100s. 10 to 

16-oz.. inclusive, packed 

in boxes of 50s. 
Per 100 

1-ounce $1.05 

2-ounce 1.20 

3-ounce 1.35 

1-ounce 1.40 



6-ounce 

8-ounce 

12-ounce 

16-ounce 




Fig. 5377 — Powder Boxes. 

Sliding Boxes in packages containing 14 
gross. 

Covered with fine white glazed paper. 
Square Form 3 1/16x1 3/16x%, gross. $1.20 
Square Form 2 9/16x1 9/16x%, gross. 1.15 
Square - Form 2 1/16x1 5/16xy 2 , gross. 1.10 



FIG. 5380 — CAPSULES — (Empty Gelatin Capsules). 




No. 10, Large (1-ounce). 

In boxes of 10 doz. boxes $3.50 

In boxes of 100 per box 2.50 

In boxes of 250 per box 5.50 

No. 11, Medium (%-ounce). 

In boxes of 10 doz. boxes $2.55 

In boxes of 100 per box 1.75 

In bulk per 1000 15.75 

No 12, Small (14-ounce). No. 7 (Capacity 1 full fluid ounce). 

In boxes of 10. .per dozen boxes $ 2.30 In boxes of 10 per dozen boxes $4.25 

In boxes of 100 per box 1.50 In boxes of 100 per box 2.75 

In bulk per 1000 13.50 In boxes of 250 per box 6.25 

Breeders' Capsules, Special Cone Shape per 100 $2,50 



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FIG. 5383 — FUNNELS. 
Glass, Plain, Thin Stem. 



Each. 
2 -inch $0.34 

2 y 2 -inch 38 

3 % -inch 42 

4%-inch 48 

5% -inch 60 



FIG. 5380 — FUNNELS. 
Glass, Hand-made, Plain. 







Each 


3 -inch. 


2-oz. . . . 


. $0.10 


4 -inch, 


4-oz .... 


. . .22 


4V> -inch, 


8-02. . . . 


. . .24 


6 -inch, 


1-pt.. . . 


. . . .38 


7% -inch, 


1-qt. .. . 


. . .00 


8% -inch. 


'A-gal. . 


. . .92 




FIG. 53S0 — FUNNELS. 
Glass, Ribbed. 










Bach 


iY 4 


-inch, 


4-oz . . . 


. $0.20 




-inch, 


8-oz. . . 


.22 


& 


-inch, 


pint. . . 


. .30 


w* 


-inch, 


quart . . 


. .00 


8% 


-inch, 


Va-gal. 


. .88 




FIG. 5302 — FUNNELS 
Enameled on Steel. 

Each P»- 

314-ineh, 4-oz $0.60 \ 

4V 4 -inch, 8-oz 65 

4 94 -inch, pint 75 

5% -inch, quart 80 

FIG. 5395 — FUNNELS. 
Enameled on Steel, Long Stem. 



Each 

V 4 -pint $0.50 

y 2 -pint 60 

1-pint 70 

1-quart 85 





flG. 5398 — FUNNELS. 



Cop- 
Tin, per. 

Each. Each 

oz $0.08 $0.80 

Pint 12 .90 

Quart 15 1.00 

1/2 -gal 23 1.40 

1-gal 30 2.25 



PIG. 5401 — FILTERING PAPER, FRENCH. 
Prat-Dumas & Co. 

Round. In packs of 100 sheets. 















Gray 


White 


No. 


10- 


— Diam. 


4 


in. 


Pack . 


. $0.30 


$0.40 


No. 


13- 


—Diam. 


5 


in. 


Pack. 


. .40 


.50 


No 


Ifi- 


—Diam. 


B 


in. 


Pack. 


. .50 


.55 


No. 


1!)- 


-Diam. 


8 


in. 


Pack. 


. .60 


.75 


No 


XB- 


-Diam. 


1(1 


in. 


Pack. 


. .75 


.97 


No. 


33- 


—Diam. 


13 


in. 


Pack. 


. 1.22 


1.41 


No. 


40- 


—Diam. 


lb 


in. 


Pack . 


. 1.57 


1.01 


No. 


45- 


-Diam. 


18 


in. 


Pack . 


. 1.7S 


1.94 




FIG. 5404 MORTARS. 

Glass, Deep Form. 



Each 

1-oz $0.25 

2-oz 30 

4-oz 40 

8-oz 50 

16-oz 75 

32-oz I.IO 



FIG. 5407 — MORTARS, 
lain, with Solid Porcelain Pestles. 



Each 

No. 6 — 2-oz $0.52 

No. 5 — 4-oz 65 

No. 4 — 6-oz 75 

No. 3 — 8-oz 1.10 

No. 2 — 12-oz 1.25 




FIG. 5410 — 
MORTARS. 
Wed^cwood, 
Rcru 



2-oz., 

4-oz., 

6-oz., 

8-oz., 
10-oz., 
16-oz., diam 
26-oz., diam 
36-oz., diam 




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LABORATORY AND DRUG ROOM SUPPLIES. 

PIG. 5413-5416— GLASS GRADUATES. 

We furnish two shapes of glass graduates, the Unique or beaker style (Fig. 5413) 
and the old style, cone shape (Fig. 5416). Both styles are double scaled, being gradu- 
ated in drachms and ounces, with the cubic centimeter scale on opposite side. 




15 c. 
30 c. 
60 c. 



c, 

c, 

c, 
120 c. c. 



250 

500 

1,000 



V2-0Z., oach $0.35 

1-oz., each .40 

2-oz., each .45 

4-oz., each .60 

8-oz., each .75 

16-oz., each 1.20 

32-oz., each 1.8O 




5413 



5416 




Fig. 5419 — Minim Graduates, 

Double Scale. 

Each 

5cc, 1 drachm, coneshape. $0.30 

10cc, 2 drachm, coneshape. .35 



Fig. 5422 — Graduated Cylin- 
ders or Mixing 
Jars. 

Graduated in cubic centi- 
meters, reading both up and 
down. 











Each 


lOOcc. 


into 


2cc. 


's... 


$1.10 


250cc. 


into 


5cc. 


's... 


1.50 


500cc. 


into 


5cc. 


's... 


1.65 


l,000cc. 


into 


lOcc. 


's... 


3.25 


2,000cc. 


into 


20cc. 


's. .. 


5.40 




Fig 5425 — White Enameled Graduated 
Gramme and Ounce Meas- 
ures. 

Graduated in ounces and grammes. 



Ounces Price 

g $1.25 

i6. ::::... . 1.75 

32 2.25 




Fig. 5428 — Urinometer Jar. 

Graduated in drachms up to 2 
ounces, each $0.40 



*::■ 







Fig. 5431 — Hydrometer Jars, 

on foot. 

Each 

8-in. high, 1%-in. diam. $0.40 
10-in. high, 1%-in. diam. .50 
10-in. high, 2 -in. diam. .60 



Fig. 5434 — Mixing Jars, with 
glass stopper. 
Graduated in cubic centimet- 
ers, reading both up and down. 

25cc $0.90 

50cc 1.05 

lOOcc 1.35 

250cc 1.95 

500cc 2.50 

l,000cc 3.75 

2,000cc 6.00 



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FIG. 5438 — H'GESTO SCALE. 

This is an accurate and perfectly con- 
structed scale, sensitive to y 2 grain. The 
interchangeable pans measure 3 y 2 inches 
in diameter. 

Supplied with fourteen brass and alum- 
inum weights from y> grain to 2 ounces. 
Beautifully polished and nickel plated. 
Guaranteed accurate. 
Trice, complete $3.50 




FIG. 5453 — NEW LABORATORY SCALE. 

For accurate weighing. Specially de- 
signed for laboratory and pharmaceutical 
work; has 6-inch movable nickel pans; 
capacity of each pan, 1 lb.; is sensitive to 
Vz grain. 

Price, with set of weights from S oz. 
Troy down to 1 gr. (Weights are 
fitted in a projecting shelf at base 
of scale). Bach $15.00 



rrFA 




PIG. 5440— ARMY PRESCRIPTION 
SCALE. 

On polished walnut box; scales take 
apart and pack away in drawer of box; 
a well-finished and reliable scale, made 
in a mechanical way; 5%-inch beam. 
Price, with a set of drachm, scruple 
. and grain weights .$5.00 




PIG. 5455 — ROBERVAHL SCALE. 

Neatly ornamented in gold lines; heavy 
brass pans and brass indicator. Diameter 
of pans, 5 y 2 inches; capacity, 5 lbs. 
Price (without weights) $10.00 




FIG. 5443 — BRASS BLOCK WEIGHTS IN 
HARD WOOD BLOCK. 

Nickel- 
Brass. Plated. 

1 lb. to y 8 oz., per set $5.65 $6.85 

2 lbs. to Ve oz., per set 7.35 9.35 

4 lbs. to Vs oz., per set 10.05 12.00 

FIG. 544f BRASS METRIC WEIGHTS IN 

HARD WOOD BLOCK. 

500 grm. to 5 grm., per set $ 7.35 

1 Kilo, to 5 grm., per set 10.05 




PIG. 545S — NESTED IRON AVOIRDUPOIS 
WEIGHTS, COMMERCIAL. 

Price: 

1 lbs. to V 2 oz $0.90 

2 lbs. to y 2 oz 1.20 

4 lbs. to Vi oz 2.35 

FIG. 5401 — SAME AS ABOVE, BRASS 
CASED. ACCURATE. 

1 lb. to y 2 oz $1.50 

2 lbs. to y 2 oz 2.00 

4 lbs. to y 2 oz 3.00 




PIG. 5449 — COIN PRESCRIPTION 
WEIGHTS, BRASS. 



drachms to 1 scruple 



. $0.50 




PIG. 5464 — ALUMINUM WIRE GRAIN 
WEIGHTS. 



5 grs. to y 2 gr., per set. 



. $0.30 



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FIG. 5467— PAPER CUTTERS. 

Black Japanned, 6-inch $1.75 

Black Japanned, 9-inch 1 75 

Black Japanned, 12-inch X.75 

Black Japanned, 15-inch 1,75 

Black Japanned, 18-inch 1,75 

FIG. 5470— WRAPPING PAPER. 

Drug Bond, Pink, White or Blue. 

6, 9, 12, 15 and 18-inch, per lb $0.14 

Each running inch is equal to about IV2 lbs. 




FIG. 5473— POWDER PAPERS. 

Velvet finish, chemically pure, uniform weight, in cartons of 1,000. 



Size 2 x3, white, per 1,000 $0.25 

Size 2%x3%, white, per 1,000 26 

Size 3%x3%, white, per 1,000 36 



Size 3%x4%, white, per 1,000. 
Size 4 x4%, white, per 1,000. 
Size 4 x4%, blue, per 1,000. 



.$0.37 
. .52 
. .60 




FIG. 5476— TWINE. 

Sea Island Twine, per lb., assorted colors $1.00 

White Linen Twine ( %-lb. balls), per lb .90 



Size 

»,i-lb. 

%-lb. 

1-lb. 

2-lb. 

3-lb. 

4-lb. 

5-lb. 

6-lb. 

8-lb. 



FIG. 5479— PAPER BAGS. 

White or Brown Kraft. Packages of 500 each. 



Per pkg. 
. .. .$0.57 

68 

90 

, . . . 1.20 

... 1.43 

... 1.77 
. ... 2.03 
. ... 2.48 

... 2.89 



Size 

10-lb. 

12-lb. 

14-lb. 

16-lb. 

20-lb. 

25-lb. 

30-lb. 

35-lb. 



. Per pkg. 

....$3.27 
. ... 3.83 
. . . . 4.84 
. ... 5.18 
. ... 5.82 
. ... 6.42 
... 6.87 
. ... 7.95 



CONFIDENCE is a necessary antecedent to any business dealings. It is our 
purpose to instill in you the kind of confidence that leads to business relations of 
mutual good-will and profit. 



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REQUIREMENTS— WHITE ENAMELED WARE. 

H 




l^IG. 5482— BBAMUESS PUS OR 
DRESSING BASINS. 

Inches. Price. 

6 S0.45 

8 55 

10 75 

12 1.00 




PIG. 5494 — SEAMLESS ROUND SPONGE 

BOWLS. 

Inches. Price. 

4 x2 $0.50 

5%x2% 75 

8 x3Vi 1-00 




FIG. 5485 — SEAMLESS EXTRA DEEP 
SOLUTION BASINS. 

Inches. Price. 
8 x3 $0.50 

11 x4 1.00 

12 % x4 % 1.35 

141,4x5 1.75 

16 x5 a / 2 S.50 



<£ 



o 



FIG. 5488 — SEAMLESS DEEP TRAY, 
With White Enamel Ivnobbed Cover. 

Inches. Price. 

8%x3%xi% $i.25 





PIG. 5407 — SEAMLESS ROUND SOLU- 
TION BASINS (Shallow). 

Inches. Price. 

8 x2 $0.50 

11 x3 70 

I2y 2 x3y 2 90 

1414x3% 1.20 

16 x4 1.50 



^ 



I 

w 



PIG. 5500 — OBLONG SEAMLESS INSTRU- 
MENT TRAYS FOR SMALL 

INSTRUMENTS. 
Inches. Price. 

8x3x1 y 2 $0.90 

16x4x1 y 2 1.8O 



16%x3%x2%. 



2.10 




PIG. 5491 — SEAMLESS LIPPED INSTRU- 
MENT TRAY. 
Deep, Ridged Bottom. 

Size 15x9x3 inches. Price $2.00 




PIG. 5503 — SEAMLESS INSTRUMENT 
TRAYS. 

Inches. Price. 

8x10x2% $0.90 

8x14x2% 1.00 

8x17x2% 1.20 

11x16x2% 1.75 



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REQUIREMENTS— WHITE ENAMEL WARE. 

Fig. 5506— Seamless Hog C^>%, FIG " 5518— SEAMLESS FUNNELS. 

Vi pint $0.50 Each 

y 2 pint 60 Each 

1 pint 70 Each 



Cholera Serum Cup, with g 
rimmed hinged cover, 
size 4x3% inches,, ca- 



pacity 16 oz., each $1.00 lliflii 





Fig. 5509 — Round Percola- 
tor, with enameled bell 
knobbed cover. 

(Price does not include 
tubing or accessories. 



6 quarts, each. 
8 quarts, each. 



Complete with six feet rubber tubing, 
shutoff and one long and short hard rub- 
ber pipe, 90c extra. 

Fig. 5512— Seamless Half Round Irri- 
gator. 



(Price does not include 
tubing or accessories.) 

2 quarts, each. . . .$1.15 

3 quarts, each. . . . 1.35 

Complete with six 
feet rubber tubing, 
shutoff and one long 
and short hard rubber 
pipe, 90c extra. 



Fig. 5515 — Se a ml e s s 
Half Round Irrigator, 

with handle. 

(Price does not include 
tubing or accessories.) 

2 quarts, each. .. .$1.25 
2 quarts, each. . . . 1.50 



Complete with six feet rubber tubing, 
shutoff and one long and short hard rub- 
ber pipe, 90c extra. 





1 quart 85 Each 



Fig. 5521 — Seamless Graduated Gramme 
and Ounce Measures. 

Graduated in ounces and grammes. 



3.50 
4.00 


Ounce 
8 


Price 
...$1.25 




16 


....1.75 










Fig. 5524 — Seamless Dressing Jars, for 

keeping broken packages of 
cotton, gauze, etc. 




Quarts 


Inches 


Price 


1 


.4 x4%. 


.$0.75 


2 


.5 x6 . 


. 1.10 


3 


.6 x7 


. 1.40 


4 


.6y 2 x7 


. 1.70 



Fig. 5527— Seamless Water or Solution 
Pitchers. 



Quarts Price 

2 $1-50 

3 1.75 

4 2.00 

6 3.50 




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OPERATING ROOM EQUIPMENT 

Fig. 5530 — "Justrite" Sanitary Recep- 
tacle, made 
of galva- 
)^n. I nized steel, 
■ H double 
if J [ seamed and 
' ' s o 1 d e red, 

IHH w a tertight 
HI and rust 
|l A proof.White 

^^SB^S IISfflH ! terior and 
e x t e r ior, 
cover and 
handle. r V^'JKf-V 

3 gallon ■ $4.00 

6 gallon 5.00 

8 gallon 5.50 *^| 

10 gallon 6.00 ™ 





Fig. 



5533 — Seamless White Enamel 
Water Pails. 

Size No. 26, capacity 10 quarts, each.$1.60 
Size No. 28, capacity 12 quarts, each. 1.85 
White enameled lids for above, each. .50 



Fig. 5536 — Seamless Sterilizing Kettles, 

with enameled covers and 

drainers. 

Each 
Size No. 40, dimensions 16x7 *4x5. .$5.50 
Size No. 45, dimensions 18x7Msx5V4 6.50 




5540 



Fig. 5540' — i T]w oi- way' Washstantl. 

Adjusted with two 14- 
inch white enameled 
basins. White enamel 
finish, fitted on ball 
bearing casters. Price 

complete ". . $8.00 

Fig. 5541 — Three-way Washstand, 
same as above, only 
fitted with three 14- 
inch white enamel ba- 
sins. Price, complete. . 10.50 





Fig. 5542 — Instrument Stand, ad- 
justable, all metal, white 
enamel, with heavy re- 
movable instrument pan. 
Price $8.50 



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365 



OPERATING ROOM EQUIPMENT 

The use of surgical instrument cabinets in veterinary hospitals is quite common 
at the present time, in that the up-to-date veterinarian is desirous of making his 
hospital modern in every respect. For advertising purposes, and as well for practical 
use, it has no equal. Many practitioners saturate a piece of cotton with formalin, 
put it in the cabinet, .and, in this way, keep instruments in an atmosphere that is 
charged with formaldehyde gas. This with immersion in phenol, is sufficient to keep 
cutting instruments aseptic without boiling. 



ASEPTIC INSTRUMENT CABINET. 

Constructed of wrought iron, white enamel- 
ed, with shelves of polished plate glass M.-inch 
thick, polished on all edges; supplied with spec- 
ial flat key lock and French patent fastening 
which holds door tight, making cabinet abso- 
lutely dust proof. All hinges and fittings are 
made of brass, handsomely nickel-plated. 
Mounted on stand (with steel shelf) 24 inches 
high, with solid ball bearing casters, and made 
with either Crystal double thick glass or 
French Beveled Polished Plate glass, in sides 
and doors. 




THREE SHELF DESIGN. 











Total 










Width 


Depth 


Height 


Height 


Glass 




Price 


Fig. 


5545 —20 in. 


16 in. 


32 in. 


56 in. 


Crystal. 




...$48.25 


Fig. 


5545B— 20 in. 


16 in. 


32 in. 


56 in. 


Beveled 


Plate . . 


. . . 53.75 


Fig. 


5547 —25 in. 


17 in. 


32 in. 


56 in. 


Crystal. 






Fig. 


5547B— 25 in. 


17 in. 


32 in. 


56 in. 


Beveled 


Plate. . 


. . . 64.00 



Width 
Fig. 5548 —24 in. 
Fig. 5548B— 24 in. 



ASEPTIC INSTRUMENT CABINET. 

(Four Shelf Design) 
Total 
Depth Height Height Glass Price 

16 in. 42 in. 66 in. Crystal $68.00 

16 in. 42 in. 66 in. Beveled Plate 77.60 

Any of the above cabinets can be furnished with RAIL ON THREE SIDES OF 
TOP at additional cost of $2.00. 

HANGING WALL CABINET. 

Made to hang on the wall. A very convenient cabinet for instruments and dress- 
ings especially where space must be considered. Finished in white enamel with crystal 
glass in door and sides and two shelves of polished plate glass; doors supplied with 
lock and key. 

Fig. 5550 — Hanging Wall Cabinet, 20 in. high, 16 in. wide, 8 in. deep $26.00 

Fig. 5550B — Hanging Wall Cabinet, 26 in. high, 20 in. wide, 10 in. deep 34.00 



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OPERATING ROOM EQUIPMENT. 

5554_GLOGAU'S NEW DUPLEX ALCOHOL-GAS STOVE. 




inches high. Made of heavy nickel-plated brass. Price 



Most desirable alcohol-gas 
stove for sterilizing purposes, 
wherever gas is not available or 
desirable. It manufactures its 
own gas by first vaporizing the 
alcohol and produces more heat 
than airy other alcohol stove, 
consuming only one-eighth the 
amount of fuel (2 to 3 cents' 
worth of alcohol in an hour). 

It is portable, absolutely safe, 
smokeless and odorless. Will 
hold up 200 pounds. Will bring 
a quart of water to a boiling 
point within 10 minutes. Either 
wood, grain or denatured alco- 
hol can be used. Size, 12% 
inches long. 5 - inches wide» 4%. 
$2.50 




PIG. 5557— GLOGAU'S REGULATOR 
(Alcohol-Gas Stove). 

This is the only stove making its own 
gas that can be regulated. Absolutely 
safe, wickless, smokeless, odorless and no 
soot. Holds one pint; burns six hours; 
weis-bt i noimrls. "Will carry UP to 150 

Price $4.75 

Pig;. 5560 — Same as above, only with 

two burners $7.50 





PIG. 5563 — GLOGAIT'S SINGLE BURNER 
ALCOHOL STOVE. 

For heating sterilizers, etc. Made of 
heavy nickel-plated brass. The same 
style as stoves in our Pig. 5554. Burns 
either wood, grain or denatured alcohol. 
Size 4%x4%x5 inches. Weight S ounces. 
Capacity of reservoir 7 ounces. Will sus- 
tain weight of 100 pounds. 
Price $1.25 

ROCHESTER COMBINATION STERILIZERS. 

Electric heating is acknowledged to pos- 
sess decided advantages over all other meth- 
ods and should be given the preference 
where electricity is available. The heater 
can be instantly attached to any lamp socket, 
and used with either direct or alternating 
current. Heater is made a part of the base 
so that there is an unobstructed chamber for 
sterilizing instruments, as suggested above. 
The control is simple and provides for three 
heats, full, half and quarter, permitting 
economy in operation. 

State Voltage when ordering. 



Fig. 5507 
Fig. 5570 
Fig. 5573 
Fig. 5576 
Pig. 5579 



Length 
10" 
14 
16 
18 
22 
Low Gas Stand- 



Dimensions of 
Sterilizing Chamber 



Width 
4%" 
6 
6% 

7y 2 

10 



Depth 

4y 2 " 

6 

7 

8 

10 



Polished Copper 
Tin-Lined 
$15.00 
20.00 
22.50 
26.00 
52.50 



Nickel- Nickel- 

plated plated 

Copper Copper 

Tin-Dined Electric Heat 



$16.00 
21.00 
24.00 
28.50 
57.50 



-Aluminum Finish, $1.50; White Enameled, $2.00. 



$31.00 
38.00 
43.50 
51.50 
85.00 



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SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES 
•ECLIPSE" PATENTED AUTOCLAVE. 

Recognized as the Highest Type of Dressing Sterilizer, Simplicity of Operation 

and Durability. 



Made of extra heavy copper and brass throughout, 
no iron or other metal to rust or corrode. The ingenious 
construction of the door, which is of cast brass and is 
convexed to maintain perfect symmetry of the body. 
When opened, it fits snugly the inside body of this 
sterilizer, leaving the entrance and interior entirely 
clear. 

The door and head are perfectly ground and fitted, 
requiring no packing of gaskets, which are always a 
source of considerable annoyance and expense. 

The Eclipse sterilizers have no locks or spring on 
the door. No device to get out of order. 

They may be opened or closed instantly without 
effort. The steam may be confined in the inner or outer 
jacket at will, being controlled by a governor which 
facilitates its operation. 

It is impossible to open the door while there is the 
slightest pressure in the interior, and there is never 
any danger of scalding. We emphasize this statement 
as numerous accidents have occurred with faulty me- 
chanical arrangements on sterilizer doors or leaky 
gaskets. 




Sterilization and dry dressings guaranteed. 



This 



The steam fills the outer jacket and enters the inner chamber at once. 
operation prevents the contents from becoming moist by the condensed steam. 

Can be used as a free steam, non-pressure sterilizer by opening the air cock if 
desired. 

Mounted on white enameled stand. Heated by steam, gas, gasoline or petroleum. 
Special prices for electric heat. State voltage. 







Inside 


Height 


Diameter 


List 


List 


Capacity 


Fig. 


No. 


Diameter 


Inside 


Door 


Copper 


Nickel-plated 


Cubic ins 


5587 


OB 


12 in. 


16 in. 


8 in. 


$160.00 


$165.00 


1,130 


5590 


IB 


16 in. 


20 in. 


10 in. 


185.00 


198.00 


4,020 


5593 


2B 


20 in. 


24 in. 


12 in. 


200.00 


215.00 


7,540 


5596 


3B 


22 in. 


28 in. 


14 in. 


275.00 


295.00 


10,643 


5599 


4B 


25 in. 


28 in. 


16 in. 


350.00 


375.00 


13,744 



Write for Cash Discounts. 



Do you realize the profit there is for you in using our blank label preparations? 
The profit is that which otherwise would go to the druggist compounding your 
prescriptions. 



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THE AMVETSCO VACCINATOR. 



Every veterinarian who has 
had experience in vaccinating 
large herds of hogs is familiar 
with the tedious method of ad- 
ministering serum with an ordi- 
nary syringe. This process is 
not only slow and tiresome but 
exceedingly wasteful. 

A great improvement in the 
technique of administration of 
serum has resulted from the 
perfection of the Amvetsco im- 
proved serum injecting appara- 
tus. This apparatus is superior 
to any other kind for the rea- 
son that it makes possible an 
increase of 50% in the speed 
with which anti-hog cholera 
may be administered. More- 
over, it lessens the danger of 
confusing serum and virus 
syringes. And finally, it is so 
designed that it is more easily 
kept clean and sterile than any 
other vaccinating outfit. 

Instead of depending upon suction alone in filling the syringe, making the work 
both difficult and slow, the Amvetsco Vaccinator has the advantage of gravity and 
suction. Its greatest advantage is its rapidity of operation and its simple construc- 
tion. The hose is short and easy to cleanse; there is little chance for breakage and 
the entire apparatus can be seen during the operation. 

The outfit consists of a heavy tubulated bottle of l,000cc capacity with hose 
nipple at bottom, and two feet of heavy walled maroon tubing; Glover stopcocks, rubber 
cork with air vent and 30cc serum syringe. It is designed to carry bottle in front 
pocket of laboratory or carpenter's apron, thereby keeping container in perfect posi- 
tion for easy operation. 





Enlarged cut of 
Stop-cock showing 
syringe and tubing 
connection. 



PRICE. 
Vaccinator, 



complete with 



Fig. 5600 — Amvetsco 

syringe $7.50 

Fig. 5602 — Heavy Stopcock only 2.50 

Note: The above outfit, or Glover Outfit illustrated 
on page 163, may be supplied with slip connection instead 
of screw connection, if desired. In ordering please specify. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, 



MO. 



369 



SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES 



Fig. 5632 — "Amvetsco" Hypering Apparatus, 

comprising 2,000cc bottle gradu- 
ated every 25cc, fitted with per- 
forated rubber stopper, two metal 
tubes, heavy stopper clamp, rub- 
ber force pump, 4 feet best grade 
rubber tubing with glass window, 
and two 16-gauge needles with 2- 
inch point. Price $9.00 

Fig. 5635 — "Amvetsco" Hypering Apparatus 

same as Fig. 5632, except bottle 

is graduated every 50cc 8.75 

Fig. 5638 — "Amvetsco" Hypering Apparatus, 

same as Fig. 5632, except bottle 
is 4,000*00 capacity, graduated 
every 50cc 10.25 

Fig. 5641 — "Amvetsco" Hypering Apparatus, 

same as Fig. 5632, except bottle 
is 4,000cc capacity, graduated 

every lOOcc 10.00 

5632-5635 

The above outfits may be supplied with a metal pump at the same price instead 
of rubber bulb pump as illustrated. 




PRICES OF PARTS FOR ABOVE. 

2,000cc Bottle (only) 25cc graduation, each $4.25 

2,000cc Bottle (only) 50cc graduation, each 4.00 

4,000cc Bottle (only) 50cc graduation, each 5.50 

4,000cc Bottle (only) lOOcc graduation, each 5.25 

Rubber stopper to fit 2,000cc bottle, each 75 

Rubber stopper to fit 4,000cc bottle, each 90 

Extra heavy stopper clamp 2.50 

Rubber Force Pump 35 

Metal Hand Pump, Yale 75 

Rubber Tubing, per foot 12 

Hypering Needles, each 35 

Glass Window for rubber tubing, each 10 

Metal Shut-off for rubber tubing 20 

Long Metal Tube, each 1.00 

Short Metal Tube, each 75 



Hypering bottles are supplied with graduations "O" at top, or "O" at bottom, as 
desired. We also supply double scale bottles reading both up and down, prices upon 
request. 



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SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 




5644 M 




5646 




5647 

Fig. 5044 — Murphy's Angular Clamp, for 

holding needle in vein. ..... .$1.25 

Fig. 5046-— Myer's Tail Holder, to avoid 
holding tail with hands, and 
for use in searing-, releases 
automatically 1.50 

Fig. 5647 — Hypering Xeedle, 16-gauge, 
2-inch point, with nipple end, 
each 35o; dozen 4.00 



5748-5749 

Fig. 5748 — Hoffman Aluminum Bottle 
Filler. By its use all dan- 
ger from dust and dirt 
falling into shipping hot- 
tie is avoided. Made of 
polished cast aluminum. 
Easy to clean and ster- 
ilize. Outside diameter of 
hose connection, %-inch; 
outside diameter of bottle 
end, %-inch. Each $2.00 

Fig. 5740 — Same as Fig. 5748; hose 
connection end, ^-inch; 
bottle end, y 2 -inch. Each. 2.00 




FIG. 5750 — BAKER'S HOG HOLDER. 




Baker's Hog Holder has proven a much appreciated instrument for the easy and satis- 
factory control of swine patients. With this holder you can secure and hold the largest 
hog in a few seconds. It is ideal for holding hogs for immunization, for removing the 
tusks from large boars, for securing for castration, for oral administration of medica- 
ments, or when assisting a sow in farrowing. Made of aluminum and steel, light in 
weight, simple in construction, mechanically perfect and very durable. 
Price $2.00 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO 
SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES 



371 







5751-5656 



5662-5665 



5668-5671 



5677 



5680-5683 

Fig. 5751 — Heavy Posting or Sticking Knife, aluminum handle, 6-inch blade $1.00 

Fig. 5653 — Heavy Posting or Sticking Knife, aluminum handle, 7-inch blade ].u> 

Fig. 5056 — Heavy Posting or Stieking Knife, aluminum handle, 8-inch blade 1.25 

Fig. 5659 — Thrower's Sticking Knife, extra fine quality steel blade, with guarded 

aluminum handle, 6-inch blade 1.50 

Fig. 5662 — Hueben's Sticking Knife, aluminum handle, virus size 3.50 

Fig. 5665 — Hueben's Sticking Knife, aluminum handle, serum size 3.50 

Fig. 5667 — Short Style Sticking Knife, aluminum handle, assorted style blades as 

illustrated, each, $0.35; dozen , 4|00 

Fig. 5668 — Aluminum Handle Steel, 8-inch 1.75 

Fig. 5671 — Aluminum Handle Steel, 10-inch 2.00 

Fig. 5674 — "Amvetsco" Canulated Sticking Knife, 1-inch tube, length 15y 2 inches 

over all : 4.50 

Fig. 5677 — "Amvetsco" Canulated Sticking Knife, with shield, 1-inch tube, length 

15 inches over all 5.00 

Fig. 5080 — Extra Heavy Defibrinating Forks, two or three prongs, 14 -inch, per dozen 2.75 
Fig. 5683 — Extra Heavy Defibrinating Forks, two or three prongs, 18-inch, per dozen 3.50 
We stock a complete line of Knife Hones and Stones. See page 274. 



We are looking for business from you 



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AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 




5686-5689 5695-5698 5701 

5704-5707 

Fig. 5686 — "Pizzle" or Urethral Sheath Clamp, straight, heavy, lO^-inch $2.50 

Fig. 5689 — "Pizzle" or Urethral Sheath Clamp, straight, heavy, 11 -inch 3.00 

Fig. 5692 — "Pizzle" or Urethral Sheath Clamp, curved, flexible jaws, 10-ineh 2.75 

Fig. 5695 — "Pizzle" or Urethral Sheath Clamp, curved, heavy, 10%-inch 2.85 

Fig. 5698 — "Pizzle" or Urethral Sheath Clamp, curved, heavy, 11 -inch 3.30 

Fig. 5701 — "T" Gauze Twisting Forceps, heavy 3.00 

Fig. 5704 — Thumb Forceps, for handling gauze and corks, 10-inch 1.25 

Fig. 5707 — Thumb Forceps, for handling gauze and corks. 12-inch 1.50 

Serum producers cannot afford to employ instruments having an inferior quality 
of plating, that interferes with complete sterilization. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPPLY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



373 



SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 





5734 



5737 



Fig. 5734 — Gauze Wire, for holding gauze on kettles, bottles, etc., made of brass 

wire, nickel-plated, per dozen $1.00 

Fig. 5737 — Gauze Points, for holding gauze on all kinds of containers, funnels, 

etc. Made of brass, nickel-plated, per dozen 1.20 




ENAMELED SERUM 
CONTAINERS. 

Furnished in white or blue (white 

inside). In ordering state style 

desired, whether with handle or 

bail. 

Per doz. 

Fig. 5740 — 2-quart capacity. $18.00 

Fig. 5743 — 3-quart capacity. 22.00 

Fig. 5746 — 4-quart capacity. 26.50 

Fig. 5749— 6-quart capacity. 30.00 

Fig. 5750 — 6-quart capacity, 

with side handle and bail 32.50 




GLASS SERUM CONTAINERS 

With special wire cover 
clamps. 

Per doz. 

Fig. 5752— 2-qt. capacity. .$2.50 
Fig. 5755— 4-qt. capacity.. 3.75 
Fig. 5758 — 8-qt. capacity. . 6.25 
Fig. 5761 — Metal Holders 
for Glass Containers, 
any size, each 1.50 





5761 



5752-5758 



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SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 




BIG "O" SERUM 
ATTACHMENT. 

For prices see page 166. 



GLOVER SERUM 
ATTACHMENT. 

For prices see page 16:1 





«& 



Prices on Serum Filling 
Tubes will be found on page 
166. 




Cut show- 
ing serum 
tube in 



Fig. 5765 — Liston's Forceps, for tail cutting, 8-inch. $2.75 
Fig. 5768 — Tail Clippers, warranted 2.50 




5770 



Fig. 5770 — Sanitary Gauze Box, 
made of galvanized 
white steel, size 12x16x6 
inches. Well made cor- 
ners, double seamed. . .$3.50 




Gauze in all size packages will be 
found listed on page 331. 



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375 



SERUM LABORATORY SUPPLIES. 



--;= 







^^6 stock a /erv complete line 
Hypodermic Needles in all sizes will be found of hypodermic syringes. See pages 

listed on. page 164-165. 151 to 162. 



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A large assortment of clinical thermometers will be foij; ", on page 168. 






Conical and 
For rubber cylindrical gradu- 
All kinds of rubber tubing will be found stoppers see page ates in all sizes, 
on page 352. ... -.if*! LH 385. See page 359. 





Canvas rolls suitable for carrying syringes, etc., Prices on white en~ 

especially adapted for field work. For sizes and prices ameled serum cuds will be 
see page 315. found on P a ^ e 363 - 

We stock a complete up-to-date line of apparatus used in the production and 
administration of Anti-Hog Cholera Serum. Correspondence solicited. 



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VETERINARY BOOKS. 

All books listed in this catalogue are important and standard, and should be in 
the library of every progressive veterinarian. 

The books are guaranteed to be the latest editions and arranged in alphabetical 
order according to the author's name. 




Anatomy 

Bacteriology 

Botany 

Breeds and Breeding 

Cat 

Castrating 

Chemistry 

Dentistry 

Diagnosis 

Dictionaries 

Diseases 

Dog 

Embryology 



SUBJECTS: 

Feeds and Feeding 

Histology 

Horseshoeing 

Hygiene 

Judging 

Lameness 

Materia Medica 

Meat Inspection 

Miscellaneous 

Milk 

Obstetrics 

Ophthalmology 

Parasites 



Pathology 

Pharmacology 

Physiology 

Poultry 

Practice (See Diseases) 

Prescriptions and Dosage 

Restraint 

Roaring 

Serum Therapy 

Soundness 

Surgery 

Therapeutics 

Zoology 



If your library does not contain books pertaining to the above subjects, it is not 
strictly up-to-date, and is not serving you and your clients as it should. Make your 
library a practical working one — a library from which you can obtain quickly just the 
information you want and when you want it. 

Go through your library today — make note of the "out-of-date," then run through 
this catalogue and check off the new books and new editions you need to make your 
library useful to you. Then write out your order and mail it to us and your wants 
will be filled immediately. 



AMERICAN VETERINARY SUPP LY CO., KANSAS CITY, MO. 



377 



Adams- Lungwitz— A Textbook of Horse- 
shoeing. 216 pages, 229 illustrations. 



BOOKS 



Cloth 



.$2.25 



Albrechtsen-Wehrbein— The Sterility of 
Cows. Its Causes and Treatment. 98 
pages, 27 illustrations. Cloth $1.25 

Bailey— A Textbook of Histology. By F. 

R. Bailey, A.M., M.D., Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York City. 671 pages, 
392 illustrations. Cloth $3.75 

Barton— Horses. Their Points and Man- 
agement in Health and Disease. By 
Frank T. Barton, M.R.C.V.S. 363 
pages, 58 illustrations. Cloth. . . .$3.00 

Baker — Sheep Diseases. By E. T. Baker 
D.V.M. 237 pages, 66 illustrations, 6 
colored plates. Cloth $2.50 

Baker — Theory and Practice of Veteri- 
nary Medicine. A. H. Baker, V.S., Pro- 
fessor of Theory and Practice at the 
Chicago Veterinary College. 270 pages, 
over 150 original prescriptions. Half 
Leather $3.50 



Buchanan — Veterinary Bacteriology. By 

Robert E. Buchanan, Ph.D., Professor 
of Bacteriology, Iowa State College of 
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, and 
Chas. Murray, B.Sc. 590 pages, 209 il- 
lustrations — second edition. Cloth $3.50 

Campbell — Springtime Surgery. Edited 
by D. M. Campbell, D.V.S., Editor 
American Journal of Veterinary Med- 
icine. 165 pages. Cloth $1.00 

Campbell — Colics and Their Treatment. 

A compilation of articles by various 
writers. Edited by D. M. Campbell, 
D.V.S., Editor American Journal of 
Veterinary Medicine. 139 pages. 
Cloth , $1.25 

Campbell — Veterinary Account Book. A 

leather-bound, pocket size account 
book of 156 pages. Contains an arti- 
cle on collections and a price sched- 
ule. A most useful and popular 
book $1.25 




Bell — The Veterinarian's Pocket Remem- 
brancer. By Roscoe Bell, D.V.S. 57 
pages. Flexible Cloth $0.50 

Bell— The Veterinarian's Call Book (Per- 
petual). By Roscoe R. Bell, D.V.S. 
Pocket size. Flexible binding. .$1.00 

Birch — Modern Riding and Horse Edu- 
cation. By Major Noel Birch, Royal 
Horse Artillery of Great Britain. 301 
pages, illustrated. Cloth $2.00 

Bradley — Outlines of Veterinary Anat- 
omy. By 0. Charnock Bradley, M.R. 
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Van Mater — A Textbook of Veterinary 
Ophthalmology. By George G. Van 
Mater, M.D., D.V.S., Professor of 
Ophthalmology in the American Vet- 
erinary College; Oculist and Aurist 
to St. Martha's Sanitarium and Dis- 
pensary. Illustrated. Cloth $1.00 



Van Slyke — Modern Methods of Testing 
Milk and Milk Products. By L. L. 

Van Slyke. 286 pages. Illustrated. $1.00 

Vaughan — Types and Market Classes of 
Live Stock. By H. W. Vaughan, M.Sc, 
Mgr., Associate Professor of Animal 
Husbandry, Iowa State College. 448 
pages, 117 illustrations. Cloth. . .$2.00 

Veterinary Account Book — A convenient 
book for keeping a record of accounts. 
Price $1.25 



Wall-Crocker — Mastitis of 
the Cow. By Sven Wall. 
Assistant Profes- 
sor, Veterinary School, 
Stockholm. Translated 
by Walter J. Crocker, 
B.S., V.M.D., Professor 
of Veterinary Pathol- 
ogy, University of 
Pennsylvania. 155 
pages, illustrated. 
Cloth $2.75 

Washburn — Productive 
Dairying. By Prof. R. 
M. Washburn, of the 
University of Minne- 
sota. 444 pages, 131 
illustrations $1.75 

Watson — The Dog Book. 

By James Watson. 750 
pages, 400 illustrations. 
Cloth $3.00 

White — Restraint of Domestic Animals. 

By George White, M.D.D.V.S. 302 
pages, 312 illustrations from pen draw- 
ings and 26 halftones from original 
photographs. Silk Cloth $3.75 

White — A Textbook of the Principles and 
Practice of Veterinary Medicine. By 

David S. White, D.V.M. , Dean of the 
College and Professor of Veterinary 
Medicine in the Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio. 484 pages. Cloth. $3.25 

Wiley — Foods and Their Adulteration. 

By Harvey W. Wiley, M.D., Chief 
Chemist, U. S. Department of Agricul- 
ture, Washington, D. C. 641 pages, il- 
lustrated. Cloth $4.00 

Winslow — Veterinary Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. By Kenelm Wins- 
low, B.A.S., M.D.V., M.D., Harvard, 
Assistant Professor of Therapeutics 
in the Veterinary School of Harvard 
University. Nearly 9 pages. 
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Winslow — The Prevention and Treatment Anatomical and Physiological Models— 

of Diseases of the Domestic Animals, Colored to nature with explanatory 

, . ,. _,.. , , _ . ' charts. Opened, 22x26% in. closed 

Including Etiology and Symptoms. By 11x26% in. 

Kenelm Winslow, M.D., M.D.V., B.A.S. Horse, 384 parts $3.00 

(Harv.) 302 pages. Cloth $3.00 Cow, 393 parts 3.00 

Sheep, 364 parts 3.00 

Woll— Productive Feeding of Farm Ani- Do S> 364 P artf: 3 - 00 

mals. By Prof. F. W. Woll, of the This model opens same as a large 

University of California. 385 pages, book, disclosing the interior anatomical 

105 illustrations. Cloth $1.75 structures which are numbered and 

described. Under the fold of the skin 

comes the fold showing the skeleton, 

Woodruff — The Economics of Feeding each part again carefully numbered, and 

Horses. By H. A. Woodruff, M.R.C. so on in regular order, every muscle, 

V.S. 118 pages. Cloth $1.25 bone nerve, vein artery and organ of 

the internal structure comes to view, all 

numbered in exact location and colored 

Wyman — Catechism of the Principles of naturally. The spinal cord is shown, as 

Veterinary Surgery. By W. E. A. Wy- are the chief divisions of the brain. 

.„„„ Mnvo o,, ' „„„ rn„+v, eo »« Likewise the lungs become exposed; 

man, M.D.V.S. 317 pages. Cloth.. $2.00 their partg and br | nches seen in exact 

position by lifting of the little flaps. 

Wyman — The Clinical Diagnosis of Raise the diaphragm and one sees the 

Lameness in the Horse. By W. E. liver, the stomach (raise the flap here 

■nr ,r ci r> r * \t i. • and the interior view is given), the kid- 

Wyman, V.S., Professor of Veterinary My an(J go Qn and on> B until 'the other 

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DRUG DEPARTMENT. 



Sfrom Our Laboratory 




ETM 



In addition to our Pharmaceutical 
Specialties illustrated and described in 
the first section of this catalog, we are 
prepared to supply crude drugs, oils and 
chemicals to patrons desiring them. 



It is our intention, in supplying drugs and chemicals- to the veterinary profession, 
to furnish only the best quality materials at the lowest possible prices. By purchas- 
ing our drugs in large quantities, we obtain the consideration of the drug millers and 
manufacturers and are thus enabled to make very low quotations to our wholesale 
trade, the profession. 

Our drug department is under the management of a graduate pharmacist, with 
many years of experience in his line. He has an able corps of assistants, who, in the 
analytical room, test out all drugs to ascertain their quality. All supplies from this 
department are furnished in individual cartons neatly labeled and attractive in appear- 
ance. 

Due to the limited space, it is impossible to list our entire stock of drugs; how- 
ever, we can supply any drug not mentioned in this catalog. 

NOTE: — Please consult the drug section of the American Veterinarian, our bi- 
monthly publication, for price changes in this department. 



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COMPRESSED TABLETS. 




In the manufacture of the following" list of tablets, only the best material that can be 
obtained or manufactured is used, therefore insuring- the highest degree of permanency, 
solubility and therapeutic effect. 



Per 
100 

Acetanillde, 5-gr $0.24 

30-gr 1.60 

Acid, Citric, 4-gT 95 

Acid, Oxalic, 4-gr 33 

Acid, Salicylic, 30-gr 2.11 

Alum, 60-gT 95 

Ammonium Chloride, 60-gr. 1.22 

Antiseptic, Formula "A": 

1 41/50-gr. Mercuric 

Chloride Corrosive. . . 

Antiseptic, Formula "B": 
7.7-gr. Mercuric Chlo- 
ride Corrosive 



Bottle of 
500 1,000 

$0.99 $1.86 
6.56 12.35 



8.44 17.40 
4.50 8.00 
4.61 8.45 



.22 .89 1.70 



.64 3.04 5.70 



Antispasmodic No. 1. 

Glonoin, 1/250-gr. 
Hyoscyamine Sulphate, 

1/2000-gr. 
Strychnine Arsenate, 

1/128-gr 



.31 



Aspirin, 5-gr., S. K. & F. . 
Barium Chloride, 15-gr. . . 

60-gr. . . 

Barium Chloride and Tar- 
tar Emetic (See Rumen 
Compound and Rumen 
Compound Improved). 

Calcidin (Calcium Iodized) 

1-3-gr. 2« 

1-gr 37 

2%-gr 59 

5-gr 



.75 .... 

.45 2.00 

1.17 4.12 



Calcium Sulphide, 



-gT.. 



.80 
1.43 



3.75 
7.95 



.73 1.35 

1.32 2.45 

2.39 4.35 

3.28 6.25 

5.46 10.65 



-gT. 



.18 
.26 
.47 
.47 



Calomel, Vz 

1-gr 

2-gr 

5-gr 

30-gr., box of 12 tablets 
Carr's Compound for Atony 

of Rumen (See Rumen 

Compound). 
Charcoal, 5-gr 

10-gr 

Chloral Hydrate, 5-gr 

60-gr 5.20 

Chlorazene, 4.6-gr. 

(Dakin's Antiseptic) ... .64 
Cholera Remedy for Poul- 
try (Abbott). 

Box of 40 $0.40 .80 



Per Bottle of 
100 500 1,000 

$0.15 $0.54 $1.02 



Citric Acid, 4 gr 

Coloring, Brown, Red, Yel- 
low or Green 

Conjunctivitis, Formula 

"A" 

Zinc Sulphocarbolate, 

1-gr. 
Acid, Boric, 2-gr. 
Eye "Wash for Conjunc- 
tivitis. 
Dissolve four in 2-oz. 
water and use freely. 
Conjunctivitis, Formula 

"B." Tube of 12 

Containing Zinc Sul- 
phate, Salicylic and 
Boric Acid and Methy- 
lene Blue. 



.95 



.69 
1.11 
2.22 



1.32 



.15 


.36 


.66 


.15 


.45 


.84 


.38 


1.74 


3.30 



2.52 4.85 



.82 1.62 



.60 1.15 



.25 



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COMPRESSED TABLETS. 



Diarrhoea, No. 2 

Emetoid, 1/64-gr. 

Capsicum Oleoresin, 
1/128-gr. 

Camphor, 1/16-gr. 

Bryonin, 1/128-gr. 

Hyoscyamine Sulphate, 
1/4000-gr. 
Eehinacoid, 3 0-gr. 

Tube of 12 



Per Bottle of 
100 BOO 1,000 

.$0.33 $1.01 $1.00 




Fowler's Solution 1.50 

(1 tablet to 4-oz. water.) 

Ginger, 60-gr 95 

Ginger and Capsicum, 30- 
gr. each 05 

Hexamethylenamine, * 

30-gr 3.10 

Intestinal Antiseptic 53 

Calcium Sulphocarbolate, 

5-gr. 
Sodium Sulphocarbolate, 

6-gr. 
Zinc Sulphocarbolate, 

6-gr. 
Bismuth Subsalicylate, 

tt-trr. 

Intestinal Antiseptic, 30- 
gr. (See Phenolsulpho- 
nates). 

Iron Arsenate, 5-gr 51 

Iron, Quinine and Strych- 
nine Compound with 

Nuclein 1.27 

Iron Arsenate, 1/5-gr. 
Quinine Arsenate, 1/5-gr. 
Strychnine Arsenate, 

1/10-gr. 
Nuclein Solution 40-min. 

Normal Salt Solution 

(See Sodium Chloride). 

Nuclein Solution, 2-min. . . .25 

5-min 20 

20-min 54 

Oxalic Acid, 4-gr 3S 



4.50 S.50 



4.50 8.50 



9.22 
2.02 



18.20 
3.85 



1.75 3.30 



5.72 11.25 



.88 


1.65 


2.14 


4.05 




Per Bottle of 
100 500 1,000 

Phenolsulphonatcs, 30-gr. $0.05 $4.50 $8.50 

Calcium Sulphocarbolate. 
Sodium Sulphocarbolate. 
Zinc Sulphocarbolate. 
Copper Sulphocarbolate. 

Potassium Arsenite, 

.3J.y3-.gr .48 1.74 3.30 

Potassium Chlorate, 5-gr.. .25 1.05 1.98 

60-gr 2.03 8.45 10.65 

Potassium Dichromate, 

5-gr 39 1.30 2.3© 

Potassium Iodide, 5-gr... .88 3.86 7.50 

20-gr 3.42 

60-gr 10.15 

Potassium Nitrate, 60-gr.. 1.35 5.30 9.85 
Potassium Permanganate, 

5-gr 93 4.41 8.40 

15-gr 2.20 

60-gr 0.35 

Poultry Cholera Remedy 

(See Phenolsulphonates). 

Purgative Tablets, 

Box of 12 1.48 

Aloin, 120-gr. 
Calomel, 30-gr. 
Strychnine Sulph., a ,4-gr. 

Quinine Sulphate, 1-gr 63 2.61 5.00 

2 y 2 -gr 1.24 5.07 10.05 

5-gr 2.25 10.53 20.75 

30-gr., box of 12, $2.10 

Rumen Compound (Carr's) .75 

Barium Chloride, 15 grs. 
Tartar Emetic, 15 grs. 

Rumen Coinp., Improved . . 1.00 

Barium Chloride, 15 grs. 
Tartar Emetic, 15 grs. 
Strychnine Sulphate, Vi gr. 

Salicylic Acid, 30-gr 2.11 

Salol, 5-gr 63 2.25 4.30 

Santonin and Calomel 2.13 10.12 20.05 

Santonin, 1-gr. 

Calomel, 1-gr. 
Sodium Bicarbonate, 5-gr. .15 .33 .60 

60-gr 79 2.28 4.30 

Sodium Bromide, 5-gr 31 .99 1.75 

Sodium Chloride, 16 2/3-gr. .22 .75 1.45 

One tablet dissolved in 
4-oz. water makes a 
normal Salt Solution. 



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COMPRESSED TABLETS. 

Per Bottle of Per Bottle of 

100 500 1,000 100 500 1,000 

Sod,™ Suiphoc.rholate, Tr|ple A „ enate . „„„ N „. 

Sulphur, 5-gr .15 33 6 elcin ' No 2 * - 38 * li{0 * 250 

Suiphocarbolates Strychnine Arsenate, 

(See Phenolsulphonates). 1/64-gr. 

Tartar Emetic, 15-gr 60 2.75 4.50 Quinine Arsenate 1/32 gr. 

Tartar Emetic and Barium Iron Arsenate, 1/32-gr. 

Chloride (See Rumen Nuclein Solution, 8-min. 

Compound). 

Triple Arsenates with Nu- White Lotlon 10 ° 

clein, No. 1 30 .94 1.70 1 tablet to each 4-oz. 

Strychnine Arsenate, woto^ 

1/128-gr. water. 

Quinine Arsenate, 1/64-gr. Zinc Sulphocarbolate, 5-gr. .30 1.34 2.50 
Iron Arsenate, 1/64-gr. 
Nuclein Solution, 4-min. 

SPECIAL FORMULA TABLETS. 

We are in a position to supply special tablets of any material, providing that the 
material used can consistently be compressed and the number required be sufficiently 
large to enable us to fill the order at a satisfactory price. 

All Amvetsco tablets go through the same careful process of manufacture, whether 
listed above or as special-formula tablets. We furnish the highest class of materials, 
standardized according to the U. S. Pharmacopia, thoroughly triturated where neces- 
sary, accurately divided and uniformly compressed. Special formula tablets cannot 
be returned for credit. 

Your formula will be held in strict confidence and not used except at your direction. 



HYPODERMIC TABLETS 



These tablets are non-irritating, freely 
soluble, and absolutely accurate. 

For quotations on hypodermic tablets 
not listed, please "write us. 

Special quotations given on quantities. 
Prices subject to fluctuations of the drug. 




Per 

Tube Per 

of 10 100 

Aconitlne Nitrate, 1/40-gr $0.06 $0.52 

1/30-gr 07 .63 

1/20-gr 08 .72 

1/10-gr 09 .81 

1/6-gr 12 1.08 

Yi -gr 15 1.35 

Antispasmodic, Formula A, 
Glonoin. 1/25-gr. 
Hyoscyamine Sulphate, 1/200-gr. 
Strychnine Arsenate, 1/10-gr. 
Per tube of 12 24 

•Apomorphine Hydrochloride, 

1/20-gr. (tube of 25) 44 1.59 

1/10-gr. (tube of 25) 78 2.81 



Per 

Tube Per 
of 10 100 
Arecoline Hydrobromide, 

%-gr $1.60 $14.40 

1-gr 3.00 27.00 

Atropine Sulphate, 

%-gr 84 7.56 

Ys. -gr 1.62 14.58 

Barium Chloride Compound 14 1.26 

Barium Chloride, 7-gr. 

Digitalin, pure (German), 1/12-gr. 

Cardiac Tonic .23 2.07 

Digitalin (pure), 1/10-gr. 
Sparteine Sulphate, 1/5-gr. 
Strychnine Nitrate, %-ct. 



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HYPODERMIC TABLETS 



Per 

Tube Per 

of 10 100 

•Cocaine Hydrochloride, 1-gr ..$0.60 $ 0.21 

1 % -gr 00 8.91 

2-gr 1.30 11.61 

Colic (Forbes) 7.50 .... 

Physostigrnine Benzoate, 1%-gr. 
Pilocarpine Hydrochloride, 3-gr. 



*Colic (Knowles) 

Morphine Sulphate, 2-gr. 
Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 
Aconitine (crystals), 1/20 gr. 



Digitalin (pure), 
%-gr 



%-gr. 



:.40 



.21 

.35 



1.S0 
3.15 



Per 
Tube 
of 10 

* Morphine and Atropine, No. 3 $2.58 
Morphine Sulphate, 2 %-gr. 
Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 



Eserine Compound (Knowles). 2.10 .... 
Eserine Salicylate, %-gr. 
Pilocarpine Hydrochloride, %-gr. 
Strychnine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Eserine and Pilocarpine 3.00 .... 

Eserine Salicylate, %-gr. 
Pilocarpine Hydrochloride, 1-gr. 

Eserine Salicylate, % -gr 1.41 .... 

y 2 -gr 2.76 .... 

1-gr 5.40 

♦H. M. C. (See Morphine Com- 
pound). 

♦Hyoscine, Morphine and Cactoid 
Compound (H. M. C.) No. 1, 
Hyoscine Hydrobromide, 1/100-gr. 
Morphine Hydrobromide, %-gr. 
Cactoid, 1/64-gr. 
Tube of 25 1.65 .... 

Hyoscine, Morphine and Cactoid, 
Compound (H. M. C), No. 2, 

Hyoscine Hydrobromide, 1/200-gr. 
Morphine Hydrobromide, %-gr. 
Cactoid, 1/124-gr. 
Tube of 25 01 

Hyoscyamine Sulphate, %-gr.. 1.20.... 
Labeline Sulphate, 

1/60-gr., tube 25 30 .... 

1/20-gr., tube 10 30 1.90 

1/10-gr., tube 10 45 3.40 

%-gr., tube 12 1.08 .... 

♦Morphine and Atropine, No. 1. 2.22 .... 
Morphine Sulphate, 1%-gr. 
Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 

'Morphine and Atropine, No. 2.. 1.56 .... 
Morphine Sulphate, 1%-gr. 
Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Items prefixed by <*) require 



♦Morphine Compound, No. 1 (A. 

V. S. Co.) 2.00 

Morphine Hydrobromide, 1%-gr. 
Hyoscine Hydrobromide, 1/20-gr. 
PI. Ext. Cactus, %-min. 

♦Morphine Compound, No. 2 (A. 

V. S. Co.) 3.50 

Morphine Hydrobromide, 2 %-gr. 
Hyoscine Hydrobromide, 1/10 gr. 
Fl. Ext. Cactus, %-min. 

♦Morphine and Hyoscine 2.01 

Morphine Hydrobromide, 1-gr. 
Hyoscine Hydrobromide, %-gr. 

♦Morphine Sulphate, 1-gr 78 

1%-gr 1.13 

2-gr 1.50 

2%-gr 1.89 

Nitroglycerin, 1/10-gr 08 

1/5-gr 00 

Physostigrnine Salicylate (See 
Eserine). 

Physostigrnine Compound (See 
Eserine and Pilocarpine). 

Pilocarpine Hydrochloride, 

% -gr 63 

1-gr 1.20 

Quinine and Urea Hydrochlo- 
ride, 2-gr. (per tube of 25).. .75 

3-gr. (per tube of 25) 1.07 

5-gr. (per tube of 25) 1.71 

Sparteine Sulphate, 2%-gr., 

Per tube of 12 1.44 

Strychnine Sulphate, 1/60, 1/40, 

1/30 gr. (per tube of 25) . . . . 

%-gr. (500, $3.24; 1,000, $5.62) 

%-gr. (500, $4.32; 1,000, $7.56) 

1-gr. (500, $5.40; 1,000, $9.45) 

Veratrine Hydrochloride, %-gr. 

Government order blank. 



Per 
100 




.72 

.81 



5.67 
10.8O 



10 


.24 


09 


.81 


12 


1.08 


15 • 


1.35 


.07 


.03 



FILLED ALKALOID CASES. 



♦Veterinary Hypodermic Tablet Case No. 1. 

Aconitine Nitrate, 1/30-gr. 

Arecoline Hydrobromide, %-gr. 

Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Cocaine Hydrochloride, 1-gr. 

Cardiac Tonic. 

Digitalin, %-gr. 

Morphine Sulphate, 1-gr. 

Nitroglycerin, 1/5-gr. 

Pilocarpine Hydrochloride, 1-gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate, %-gr. 
Must be ordered on Narcotic Blank.. $6.28 
Veterinary Hypodermic Tablet Case No. 2. 

Antispasmodic Formula "A." 

Arecoline Hydrobromide, 1-gr. 

Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Digitalin, %-gr. 

Eserine Compound. 



Lobeline Sulphate, 1/10-gr. 

Nitroglycerin, 1/10-gr. 

Pilocarpine, %-gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate, 1-gr. 

Hyoscyamine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Non-Narcotic $10.52 

Veterinary Hypodermic Tablet Case No. 3. 

Arecoline Hydrobromide, %-gr. 

Atropine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Cardiac Tonic. 

Digitalin, %-gr. 

Eserine Salicylate, %-gr. 

Hyoscyamine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Nitroglycerin, 1/10-gr. 

Pilocarpine Hydrochloride, %-gr. 

Strychnine Sulphate, %-gr. 

Veratrine Hydrochloride, %-gr. 
Non-Narcotic $8.75 



♦Requires Harrison Narcotic Blank. 



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FLUID EXTRACTS 

Our fluid extracts fully represent the properties of the drug and in every instance 
possess the medicinal efficacy claimed for them. They are prepared under the supervision 
of experts of many years' experience, and must not be compared with carelessly and 
cheaply made extracts offered in the market. 

As a safeguard against accidents, we label all poisonous fluids in RED INK. 




FLUID EXTRACTS 

The following prices on Fluid Extracts 
and Tinctures are made necessary by the 
recent advances and taxes on alcohol. For 
gallon prices, multiply pint price by 7. 

Yt. Pints Pints 

Aconite Leaves * 0.62 $ 2.28 

Aconite, U. S. P 80 3.00 

Aloes 53 1.89 

Arnica Flowers, N. F 1.40 5.40 

Asafoetlda 103 3.90 

Belladonna Leaves 1.40 5.40 

Belladonna Root, U. S. P 2.75 10.80 

Benzoin 59 2.16 

Benzoin Compound 1.03 2,90 

Black Haw, U. S. P 59 2.16 

Blood-root, N. F 59 2.16 

Blue Flag, N. F 62 2.28 

Bryonia 1.10 4.20 

Buctau, U. S. P 1-51 5.85 

Cannabis, American, U. S. P. 1.15 4.41 

Cannabis, Indica, U. S. P 2.60 10.20 

Capsicum 77 2.85 

Cascara Sagrada 50 1.8© 

Cascara Sagrada Aromatic. .44 1.56 

Catechu 53 1.89 

Catnip, N. F 45 1.59 

Caulophyllum, N. F .45 1.74 

Cimicif uga, U. S. P 58 2.10 

Cinchona, Red 1-25 4.80 

Colchicum Root, N. F 2.57 10.08 

Colehicum Seed, U. S P 2.57 10.08 

Contain, N. F 80 3.00 

Convnllnria Root, N. F 91 3.45 

Corn-silk, N. F 45 1.59 

Damiana, N. F -38 2-10 

Digitalis, U. S. P 1-03 S- 90 

Echinacea, N. F •££ 3.18 

Ergot, U. S. P. . . . . 88 3.30 

Eucalyptus, U. S. P .50 1.80 

Gelsemlum, U S. P -«5 £*° 

Gentian, U. S. P •<« 1Ji0 




Vi Pints 

Gentian, Compound Jt» .46 

Ginger 80 

Glycyrrhiza 47 

Golden Seal 3.42 

Grindelia, Miscible 49 

Henbane 1-62 

Ipecac, Cartbagena, U. S. P. . 2.45 

Jaborandi 58 

Lobelia, U. S. P 47 

Male-fern 1.18 

Mandrake 65 

Nux Vomica, U. S. P 61 



Pints 
$ 1.65 
3.00 
1.68 
13.50 
1.59 
6.30 
9.60 
2.10 
1.65 
4.50 
2.40 
2.26 




"Opium, Camphorated 1.10 

Passion Flower 49 

Peppermint *>5 

Physostigma 80 

Poke Root 41 

•Requires Harrison Narcotic Blanks 



4.20 
1.74 
2.40 
3.00 
1.44 



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FLUID EXTRACTS. 



Vi -Pts. Pts. 

Quassia, N. P $ 0.43 $ 1.32 

•Saw Palmetto Compound... .61 2.23 

Senna, U. S. P 60 2.19 

Squill, U. S. P .54 1.95 

Stramonium, N. P 59 2.16 

Tar, Soluble . .37 1.26 

Tolu, Soluble 72 2.70 




Uva Ursi, U. S. P 

Veratrum Virlde, U. S. P. 



•Requires Harrison Narcotic Blank. 



.46 1.65 

.75 2.70 



ACETIC FLUID EXTRACTS 

Acetic fluid extracts are of the same drug strength 
as the corresponding alcoholic fluid extracts, and may be 
diluted with acetic acid, diluted alcohol, water, glycerin 
or syrup, without precipitation of any active principle. 



Lbs. 

Aconite Root $2.77 

Belladonna Leaves 4.39 

Belladonna Root 5.44 

Black Haw 99 

Colchicum Seed 6.26 

Cornsilk 64 

Ergot 4.50 

Gelsemium 70 

Gentian 1.67 

Hyoscyamus 8.65 

Jnborandi . 1.33 

Lily of the Valley 2.18 

Lobelia 1.07 

Nox Vomica 85 

Stramonium Seed 1.19 

Uva Ursi 59 



Gal. 



$6.93 



3.75 



4.90 
6.50 



7.98 



7.49 
6.00 



4.1S 



TINCTURES. 



Tou will note our tinctures are Standard U. S. P. For prices on "4-pound size add 
five cents for bottle. For gallon prices, multiply pint price by 5% and add 20 cents. 

Pint 
Cantharides $3.00 

Capsicum 1.85 

Cinchona Compound 2.00 

Digitalis 1.35 

Ferric Chloride 1.00 

Gambir Compound 1.25 

Gelsemium 1.35 

Gentian 1.20 

Gentian Compound 1.25 

Ginser 1.60 

Hydrastis 3.60 

Hyocsyamus 1.55 

Indian Cannabis 2.50 

Iodine 1.50 

Kino 1.15 

Lavender Compound 1.60 

Lobelia 1.15 

Myrrh 1.90 

Nux Vomica 1.50 

•Opium 8.40 

Opium Camphorated 1.25 

Quassia 1.00 

Rhubarb 1.90 

Squill 1.50 

Stramonium 1.26 

Strophanthua 2.30 

Veratrum 2,00 




Pint 

Aconite $1.45 

Aloes 1.20 

Aloes and Myrrh 1.55 

Arnica Flowers 1.40 

Asafoetida 2.35 

Belladonna Leaves 1.55 

Benzoin 1.85 

Benzoin Compound 2.55 

Bryonia 2.5S 



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Many prices in this section are only approximate, and subject to change without no- 
tice, due to the present unsettled market conditions. There has not been a time in years 
when so many advances and declines have occurred in the drug and chemical market, 
but our patrons may rest assured that we will accord the very best prices that the exist- 
ing conditions of the market will permit. We will therefore be obliged to accept your 
orders tor goods affected by prices ruling on date of shipment. 

In this list are many articles that we do not manufacture and we have assembled 
them as much for the purpose of offering our customers complete orders as for profit. 

Prices include containers unless otherwise specified. 

Acacia, See Gum Arabic. 

Acetanilid, Pond lb. 

Acid, Acetic, U. S. P lb. 

Acid,. Arsenous, Pure Powd lb. 




$0.73 

.28 
.37 



Acid, Benzoic lb - 3 - 55 

Acid, Boracic, Powd., U. S. P lb. .20 

Powd., Impalpable lb- -35 

Acid, Carbolic, Crystal lb. .48 

Crystal, 5-lb. cans lb. .48 

Liquefied lb .48 

Crude, 30% sal. .80 

Acid, Chromic, Cryst., Pure oz. .28 

Acid, Citric, Cryst lb. 1.08 

Acid, Gallic. ■••••;; ; ; ; oz! 2 '.2l 

icid, Hydrochloric, See Muriatic. 

Acid, Hydrocyanic, Dilute U. S. P.lb .50 

y2 -ID. . JU 

J /4-lb. .20 

! ! .". .'.'. .' .'..' '.'.' '. ° z - .12 

Aeid : Lac " e, . u -. s : p -::::::::::::- ^o 

Acid, Muriatic, C. P., g.s.b ..lb. .41 

Dilute, g.s.b iD - - 41 

Acid, Nitric, C. P., gs.b lb. .47 

Acid, Nitro-Hydrochioric, C P. ^ ^ 

lb 42 

Acid, Oleic 1D ■*" 

Acid, Oxalic, lh «« 

Technical, crystal Id. .oo 

Acid, Phosphoric, U. S. P., dilute,^ ^ 

s£u P ; ssv." g.s.b.:::::: :::::::»: :™ 

Acid, Picric oz - 31 

Acid, Pyrogalllc, Resublimed ^ ^^ 

CrySt ' '.'..".'..'."■■■.■ ■■■•■■■ • ■ oz ' - 39 

Acid, Salicylic ">■ -»° 

A «DliuWr'P U :. s - P :::|s: : J 

Aromatic S-S.b. lb. 1.70 

Acid, Tannic, TJ. S. P lb. 3-05 

Acid, Tartaric, Powd lb. 1.15 

Acid. Trichloracetic ° z - - 5S 

Alcohol, „i . »* 

Wood | a }- III 

Denatured & al ' 105 

Items prefixed by (*) require 




Aloes (See Gums). 

Aloin lb. $1.38 

Alum, Powd lb. .16 

Powd., Burnt lb. .33 

Ammonium, Pure lb. .40 

Aluminum Acetate lb. 1.30 

Ammonia, Water 10% gal. 1.00 

lb. .20 

Water 28% gal. 1.50 

lb. .30 

Ammonium, Acetate Crystals. .. .lb. 1.05 

Benzoate lb. 5.56 

oz. .44 

Bromide lb. .80 

Carbonate lb. .36 

cubes lb. .51 

Chloride, Gran., C. P lb. .44 

Gran., Technical lb. .29 

Powd., U. S. P lb. .43 

Iodide oz. 47 

Salicylate oz. .20 

Antimony, Black, Com'l lb. .08 

Chloride Solution (Butter of).. lb. .58 

Aristol (See also Thymol Iodide). oz. 1.80 

Argyrol ° z - ■ 1.50 

Arsenic Sulphide, Yellow y 2 -lb. .75 

14 -lb. .40 

Solution (Fowler's) gal. 1.15 

Aspirin °z. -75 

Barium Chloride, Pure lb. .29 

Barks, Cinchona, Red. Powd... lb. 1.35 

Elm, Powd ib. .35 

Bay Ruin, Domestic gal. 4.50 

qt. 1.40 

;;;;;;;■.;.' pt. .75 

Berries, Cubeb, Powd lb. 2.20 

Juniper, Powd lb. .-5 

Beta-Nnplithol (See Naphthol). 

Bismuth, Salicylate lb. 4.28 

Sub'c'arbonate lb. 4.50 

oz. .33 

Subgaliate lb- 4.63 

oz. .36 

Subnitrate. lb. 4.23 

oz. .31 

Tannate." lb- 4.10 

oz. .31 

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Blue Vitriol, Powd lb. 

Bole, Armenian ib. 

Borax, Powd lb. 

Bromine, U. S. P oz. 

Butter of Antimony (See Antimony) 
Calamine, Pure lb. 

Com'l lb. 

Calcium, Bromide lb. 

oz. 

Carbonate, Precipitated lb. 

Chloride, Gran., Pure lb. 

Hypophosphite oz. 

Iodide oz. 

Oxide lb. 

Phosphate, Precipitated, U.S.P.lb. 

Splphide lb. 

Calomel lb. 

%-lb. 

%-lb. 

English lb. 



$0.24 
.25 
.15 

.28 

.43 
.20 

1.29 
.14 
.15 
.29 
.17 
.47 
.45 
.38 
.60 

2.40 

1.25 
.65 

3.90 



Creosote, Beechwood. 



3§Sr 



m m 



mi 



Camphor, Gum 

(See Gums). 
Monobro- 

mide . .lb. $3.09 
. . . .oz. .29 



lb. 

....%-lb. 

%-ib. 

oz. 

Carbonate oz. 

Digitalin, Pure, 5-gr. vials 

•Dover's Powder, U. S. P lb. 

Epicarin . ..... ! . oz. 

Epsom Salts (See Salts). 

Ergotin, Bonjean oz. 

Eserinc, Salicylate 5-gr. vials 

1-gr. vials 

Sulphate 5-gr. vials 

1-gr. vials 

Essence Peppermint lb. 

Ether, U. S. P., Cone lb. 

%-lb. 

Anaesthesia lb. 

%-lb. 

Eucalyptol lb. 

• j oz. 

Formaldehyde (Formalin). 40% 

1-gal. 

lb. 



Formin. 






Cantharides, Chinese, Powd lb. 1.85 

Russian, Powd lb. 5.50 

Capsicum, Powd lb. .32 

Caramel (Burnt Sugar) lb. .35 

Caraway (See Seeds). 

Carbon Disulphide lb. .35 

Celery (See Seeds). 

Cerium Oxalate lb. 1.13 

oz. .15 

Chalk, Precipitated lb. .15 

Charcoal, Animal, Powd lb. .16 

"Willow, Powd lb. .08 

Chloral Hydrate, Crystals lb. 1.80 

%-lb. .95 

%-lb. .50 

Chloroform, For Anaesthesia. .. .lb. .77 

•Cocaine Hydrochloride oz. 12.50 

Cocoa Butter lb. .65 

Collodion, Flexible lb. .80 

%-lb. .45 

oz. .15 

Colocynth Apples, Powd lb. .90 

Copperas, Powd lb. ,06 

Copper, Acetate lb. 1.30 

oz. .16 

Arsenate lb. 1.30 

oz. .19 

Sulphate, Gran., Pure lb. .34 

Corrosive Sublimate, Powd lb. 2.11 

%-lb. 1.10 

%-lb. .60 

Cream Tartar, Pure lb. .94 

Items prefixed by (•) require 



lb. 

oz. 

Fowler's Solution (See Solutions). 

Glycerin gal. 

lb. 

Guaiacol, Liq., U. S. P oz. 

Carbonate oz. 

Gums, 

Aloes, Barbadoes, Powd lb. 

Aloes, Cape, Powd lb. 

Aloes, Curacoa, Powd lb. 

Arabic (Acacia), Powd lb. 

Asafoetida, Powd lb. 

Benzoin, Powd lb. 

Camphor, 1-oz. cubes lb. 

Euphorbium, Powd lb. 

Gamboge, Powd lb. 

•Opium, Gran oz. 

•Opium, Powd oz. 

Tragacanth, Powd lb. 

Herbs, Lobelia, Powd lb. 

•Heroin, Hydrochloride. . 15-gr. vial 

Hexamethylenamine lb. 

oz. 

Hydrogen Peroxide gal. 

lb. 

Ichthynat lb. 

■•■'•' %-lb. 

%-lb. 

oz. 

lb. 

lb. 

%-lb. 

%-lb. 



Indigo, Powd 

Iodine, Resublimed. 



iodoform, Powd lb 

%-lb'. 

%-lb. 



Iron, Chloride Crystals. 



.lb. 
. oz. 



Chloride Sol. (for tincture) ... lb 

Subsulphate (Mongol's) lb 

Sulphate, Gran., Pure lb 

Dried, Pure it,' 

Com'l In,' 

Government order blank. 



$2.85 
1.50 

.80 

.25 
2.75 

.55 
2.75 

.70 

1.24 

1.35 
.35 

1.35 
.35 

1.75 
.54 
.32 
.58 
.34 

2.25 
.25 

2.95 
.45 

1.50 
.10 

3.20 

.40 

1.44 

3.35 



1.85 

.30 

.30 

.70 

4.05 

.85 

3.18 

.45 

2.40 

2.25 

2.25 

5.00 

.45 

1.15 

1.50 

.16 

1.45 

.25 

$1.75 

.95 

.55 

.20 

1.90 

5.70 

2.42 

1.55 

.48 

6.64 

3.42 

1.75 

.50 

.39 

.09 

.30 

.32 

.23 

.23 

.00 



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Lannm. Hydrous lb. 

Anhydrous lb. 



0.75 
.00 




Mustard, Powd lb. $0.70 

Naphthaline, Flakes lb. .20 

Naphthol, Beta lb. 1.85 

OZ. il9 



Lead, Acetate (Com'l) lb. .33 

Pure, Granulated lb. .42 

Subacetate Solution lb. .22 

Leaves, Aconite, Powd lb. .75 

Belladonna, Powd lb. 1.70 

Buchu, Powd lb. 4.30 

Digitalis, Powd lb. .75 

Henbane, Powd lb. 1.70 

Senna, Powd lb. .45 

Stramonium, Powd lb. .65 

Uva Ursi, Powd lb. .35 

Lime, Chloride lb. .15 

Liquor Cresolig Comp gal. 2.50 

lb. .45 

Lithium, Benzoate lb. 18.15 

oz. . ..69 

Bromide lb. 3.25 

oz. .34 

Carbonate lb. 2.03 

oz. .22 

Citrate lb. 3.30 

oz. .3* 

Lithium, Iodide lb. 6.41 

oz. .52 

Salicylate lb. 3.50 

oz. .35 

London Purple lb. .26 

Lunar Caustic, sticks oz. .96 

Lycopodium lb. 2.80 

Magnesium, Calcined (Light) ... lb. 1.00 

Carbonate lb. .28 

Citrate lb. 2.00 

oz. .25 

Oxide. . ' lb. 1.00 

Sulphate (See Salts). 

Menthol, Crystals oz. .55 

Mercury, Metallic lb. 2.25 

Ammoniated lb. 2.76 

Bichloride (See Corrosive Subli- 
mate). 
Chloride (See Calomel). 

Iodide, Red lb. 5.45 

%-lb. 2.80 

Vi -lb. 1.45 

oz. .45 

Iodide, Yellow lb. 5.35 

oz. .44 

Oxide, Red lb. 2.70 

oz. .27 

Oxide, Yellow lb. 2.58 

oz. .23 

Methyl Salicylate (See Oil Winter- 
green synthetic). 

Methylene Blue, Medicinal lb. 15.60 

oz. 1.09 

Monsel's Solution lb. .32 

•Morphine, Alkaloid %-oz. 2.62 

•Acetate Vs -oz. 2.11 

•Diacetyl, Hydrochloride ,.%-oz. 2.57 

•Ethyl, Hydrochloride %-oz. 2.73 

•Hydrochloride %-oz. 2.11 

•Sulphate % -oz. 1.95 

Item* prefixed by (•) require 




Nux Vomica, Powd lb. .35 

Oils, Anise lb. 3.35 

oz. .25 

Bay Leaves (True) oz. .40 

Bergamot oz. .65 






Cade lb. 1.60 

oz. .20 

Cajeput lb. 1.35 

oz. .15 

Calamus oz. .45 

Camphor, Light lb. .48 

Camphorated lb. 1.40 

Caraway Seed lb. 9.85 

oz. .75 

Cassia lb. 3.90 

oz. .35 

Castor gal. 3.20 

lb. .60 

Cedar, Pure lb. 2.00 

Cedar Wood (for miscroscopic 

purposes) oz. .35 

Cinnamon, Ceylon oz. 2.00 

Cloves lb. 4.25 

Cotton Seed gal. 2.15 

Croton lb. 2.25 

oz. .20 

Eucalyptus lb. 1.10 

oz. .15 

Fennel Seed oz. .45 

Fish gal. 1.80 

Haarlem doz. .80 

Juniper Berries oz. 1.00 

Lavender Flowers, True oz. .70 

Lemon lb. 2.65 

oz. .25 

Linseed, Raw (market) gal. 2.50 

Mace, Distilled oz. .30 

Mirbane lb. .48 

Mustard, Artificial oz. 1.64 

Essential oz. 2.TS 

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Oils — Continued. 

Neatsfoot, No. 1 gal. $2.00 

Nutmeg, Essential oz. .25 

Olive, Malaga gal. 7.00 

Pompeian gal. 8.80 

Orange, Sweet oz. .35 

Origanum Comp lb. .40 

Pure lb. 2.70 

Pennyroyal oz. .25 

Peppermint lb. 7.10 

%-lb. 3.65 

Vi -lb. 1.90 

oz. .60 

Petroleum, Crude gal. .40 

Sassafras. True lb. 3.00 

oz. .30 

Synthetic lb. .80 






Thuja oz. 

Thyme, Red, Pure lb. 

oz. 

Turpentine, Rectified lb. 

Spirits gal. 



Wintergreen, Synthetic 



Paraffine. . . 
Paraldehyde. 



Pepper, Black, Pwd . 
Cayenne, Powd. . . 
White, Powd 



Petrolatum, Amber 



White. 



Carbolated. 



. . .lb. 
. . oz. 

. . .lb. 

. . .lb. 
. . oz. 

. . .lb. 
. . .lb. 
. . .lb. 

. . ,1b. 
. 5-lb. 
. ..lb. 
.5-lb. 
. . .lb. 
.5-lb. 



Phenolphthalein lb. 

oz. 

Phenol (See Acid Carbolic). 
Physostigmine (See Bserine). 
Pilocarpine, Hydrochloride, 5-gr. vial 

Plaster Paris, Dental lb. 

Podophyllin, Resin oz. 

Potash, Caustic Sticks lb. 

Potassium, Acetate, U. S. P lb. 

Bicarbonate lb. 

Bichromate, Crystals lb. 

Bitartrate (See Cream 
Tartar). 



2.70 
.25 

.45 
1.15 

1.15 
.25 

.16 

2.41 



!32 
.65 

.22 
.85 
.30 
1.15 
.24 
.95 

6.10 
.49 



.75 

.05 

.40 

3.35 

1.40 

1.00 

.60 



Potassium — Continued. 

Bromide, Gran. . . lb. 

Carbonate, U. S. P lb. 

C. P lb. 

Chlorate, Gran lb. 

Chloride lb. 

Citrate lb. 

Cyanide, Pure, Grain. 50% lb. 

Iodide, Gran I. lb. 

%-lb. 

Vi -lb. 

Nitrate (Saltpeter) lb. 

Permanganate, Cryst lb. 

Sulphate, U. S. P., Gran lb. 

Powd lb. 

Sulphite lb. 

Sulpho Carbolate lb. 

oz. 

Tartrate lb. 

Protargol oz. 

Pyoktanin, Blue oz. 

Yellow oz. 

Quassia, Chips lb. 

Powd lb. 

Quinine Sulphate 5-oz. can 

1-oz. can 

Red Precipitate lb. 



Red Saunders, Powd lb. 

Resorcia, U. S. P lb. 

oz. 

Rochelle Salts (See Salts). 
Rosin, Powd 



lb. 

Roots, Aconite, Powd lb. 

Alkanet lb. 

Belladonna, Powd lb. 

Blood Root, Powd lb. 

Calamus, Powd .lb. 

Colchicum, Powd lb. 

Gentian, 

Powd. . lb. 
Ginger, 

African, 

Powd. . lb. 
Jamaica, 

Powd. . lb. 
Golden 

Seal, 

Powd. . lb. 
Ipecac, 

Powd. . lb. 
Jalap, 

Powd. . lb. 
Licorice, 

Powd. . lb. 
Rhubarb, 

Powd. . lb. 

Salts, Epsom lb. 

10-lb. 

25 to 100-lb. 

Epsom, Pink ]t>. 

10-lb. 

25 to 100-lb. 




$0.85 
1.02 
1.73 

.05 
8.00 
2.05 

.55 
4.28 
2.18 
1.14 

.55 
2.06 

.98 

.98 
1.46 
2.35 

.26 
1.75 
1.35 
2.75 
2.75 

.20 

.25 
6.25 
1.30 
2.60 

.25 

.30 
9.10 

.06 

.20 
1.10 
4.90 
3.15 
1.45 

.45 
2.65 

.40 

.30 
.35 

8.00 
0.55 
1.10 
.05 
1.35 

.00 
.08 
.07 
.11 
.10 
.09 



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Salts — Continued. 

Glauber, Powd lb. $0.05 

10-lb. .04% 

25 to 100-lb. .04 

Nitrate (Salt Petre), Powd . . . . lb. .55 

Rochelle lb. .04 

Soda (Sal Soda), Gran lb. .05 

Salt Petre (See Salts). 

Salol lb. 1.80 

oz. .10 

Santonin, Crystals oz. 4.29 

lb. C3.50 

Seeds, Anise, Powd lb. .45 

Caraway, Powd lb. .95 

Celery, Powd lb. .95 

Colchicum, Powd lb. 5.10 

Fennel, Powd lb. .40 

Flax, Ground lb. .15 




Foenugreek, Powd lb. 

Mustard, Ground lb. 

Stramonium, Powd lb. 

Worm, American, Powd lb. 

Worm, Levant, Powd lb. 

Silver Nitrate, Crystals oz. 

Stick oz. 

Soap, Castile, Powd lb. 

Soda, Caustic Sticks lb. 

Sodium, 

Benzoate. . . lb. 

oz. 

Bicarbonate, Com'l lb. 

C. P lb - 

Borate, U. S. P lb. 

Bromide lb. 

Cacodylate. oz. 

Carbonate, Com'l lb. 

Pure lb. 

Chloride, C. P lb- 
Hyposulphite, Com'l lb. 

100-lb. 

C. P lb- 
Iodide lb- 

oz. 

Nitrate, Gran lb- 

Perborate, Powd lb. 

Phosphate, Gran lb. 

Items prefixed by 



.30 
.70 
.90 
.25 
2.20 

.87 
.90 



3.00 
.24 
.05 
.17 
.15 
.73 

2.04 
.05 
.20 

.07 
0.25 
.20 
5.24 
.44 
.24 
.70 
.20 



(*) require 



Sodium — Continued. 

Salicylate lb. $1.00 

oz. .12 

Silicate, Sol lb. .20 

Sulphate (see Salts, Glauber). 

Sulphate, U. S. P., Gran lb. .16 

Powd lb. .17 

Sulphide, Pure, Cryst lb. .75 

Sulphite, U. S. P lb. .24 

Sulpho-Carbolate lb. .88 

oz. .10 

Tartrate lb. 1.30 

Solutions, 

Dobell's lb. .38 

Donovan's lb. .38 

Fehling's Test lb. .75 

Fowler's gal. 1.15 

lb. .20 

Cone lb. .65 

Iron Chloride .lb. .30 

Lead Subacetate lb. .22 

Lugol's lb. 1.00 

Spermaceti lb. .45 

Spirits, Ammon., Arom gal. 8.45 

lb. 1.20 

Camphor gal. 9.00 

lb. 1.50 

Colonial gal. 2.00 

Columbian gal. 2.00 

Lavender Comp lb. 1.60 

Nitre, U. S. P gal. 8.45 

lb. 1.20 

Turpentine gal. 1.15 

Strontium, Bromide lb. .80 

oz. .13 

Chloride lb. .53 

Iodide lb. 4.70 

oz. .35 

Nitrate lb. .50 

Salicylate lb. 1.35 

oz. .16 

Sulphate lb. .70 

Sulphide lb. 1.20 

Strychnine, Alkaloid, Cryst ... %-oz. .35 

Powd % -oz. .35 

Arsenite, Powd %-oz. .35 

Phosphate %-oz. .35 

Sulphate Vs -oz. .35 

oz. 1.97 

Sugar Milk, Powd lb. .85 

Impalpable lb. .90 

Sulphur Flour, light 100-lb. .06 

50-lb. .07 

# lb. .08 

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Talcum, Com'l lb. $0.10 

Purified lb. .20 

Tannic (See Acid Tannic). 

Tar, Coal gal. .65 

Oil of. gal. 1.00 

pt. .20 

Pine, Pint cans . . . . lb. .15 

Tartar Emetic, Powd lb. 1.03 

Terpin Hydrate lb. .75 

Thiosinaiuine oz. 3.75 

Thymol, Crystals oz. 1.19 

Pearls oz. 1.19 

Iodide oz. 1.30 

Tinctures (See Page 392). 

Turpentine, Spirits of (See Spirits). 
Oil of (See Oils). 

Venice, True lb. 8.00 

Venice, Imitation lb. .35 

Veratrine, Alkaloid %-oz. .44 

Sulphate %-oz. .44 

Verdigris, Powd lb. .95 

Wax, Bees, White, Extra lb. 1.10 

Yellow, Refined lb. .80 

Witch Hazel, Distilled Ext. 

5-gal. can 9.00 

gal. 1.95 

lb. .35 

Xylol (Xylene) lb. .50 

Zinc. 

Acetate lb. .65 

Arsenate oz. .24 

Arsenite oz. .24 

Benzoate oz. 1.04 

Borate oz. .24 

Bromide oz. .32 

Carbolate oz. .30 

Carbonate, Precip., U. S. P lb. '.60 

Chloride, Gran .....lb. .38 




Zinc — Continued. 

Iodide oz. $0.44 

Oxide, white lb. .25 

Pure lb. .43 

Perborate oz. .34 

Peroxide oz. .31 

Salicylate oz. .27 

Stearate lb. .63 

oz. .13 

Sulphate, Com'l lb. .15 

U. S. P., Gran lb. .25 

Sulpho Carbolate lb. .88 

THERMOMETRIC EQUIVALENTS. 

Were you ever puzzled when reading a 
scientific work, as to just what degree of 
heat or fever the author was referring to 
when the centigrade scale was used? 

Below will be found the centigrade and 
its equivalent on the Fahrenheit scale: 



Centi- 
grade. 

0. 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 



9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 



Fahren- 


Centi- 


heit. 


grade 




. . .32. 


31. . 




. . .33.8 


32. . 




. . .35.6 


33. . 




. . .37.4 


34. . 




.. .39.2 


35. . 




...41. 


36. . 




...42.8 


37. . 




. . .44.6 


38. . 




. ..46.4 


39. . 




. . .48.2 


40. . 




.. .50. 


41. . 




. . .51.8 


42. . 




. ..53.6 


43. . 




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44. . 




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45. . 




. ..59. 


46. . 




. . .60.8 


47. . 




. ..62.6 


48. . 




. . .64.4 


49. . 




...66.2 


60. . 




...68. 


51. . 




. ..69.8 


52. . 




. . .71.6 


53. . 




.. .73.4 


54. . 




. ..75.2 


55. . 




. . .77. 


56. . 




. . .78.8 


57. . 




. . .80.6 


58. . 




...82.4 


59. . 




...84.2 


60. . 




...86. 


100. . 



Fahren- 
heit. 
. . 87.8 
. . 89.6 
. . 91.4 
. . 93.2 
.. 95. 
. . 96.8 
. . 98.6 
. .100.4 
..102.2 
..104. 
..105.8 
. .107.6 
..109.4 
..111.2 
..113. 
. .114.8 
..116.6 
..118.4 
..120.2 
. .122. 
..123.8 
..125.6 
. .127.4 
..129.2 
..131. 
..132.8 
..134.6 
..136.4 
..138.2 
..140. 
..212. 



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Page 

Abscess Lancets 270-271 

Absorbent Cotton 330 

AcId « ...'.'.'. ]393 

Actinomycosis, Anti 28 

Adapter, Needle, for Syringes 145 

Adhesive Plaster 336 

Adjuster, Foot 210 

Air Cylinder, for Milk Fever 232 

Alba, Linimentum 61 

Alcohol 393 

Alcohol Gas Stoves 366 

Alcohol Lamps 353 

Alkaline Mange Ointment 20 

Aloetic Boluses 21-22 

Amodine 23 

Amvesicant 24 

Anesthesia, Ethyl Chloride 253 

Aneurism Needles 269, 280, 303 

Angiotribe Forceps, Ferguson's 193 

Anodyne, Chlorocamph 30 

Anthelmintic Capsules, for Swine 49 

Anthelmintic Tonic, for Swine 27 

Anti-Actinomycosis 28 

Anti-Cow Kicker 238 

Anti-Exostosis 29 

Anti-Flatus Capsules 30 

Anti-Hog Cholera Serum Ill 

Anti-Pharyngitis, Elixir 44 

Antiseptic Dressing Powder 31 

Antiseptic, Liquor Cresolis 64 

Antiseptic Tablets 387 

Antiseptine 32 

Antitetanic Serum 113 

Antitoxin Syringes 162 

Apparatus, Hypering 369 

Applicators, Cotton 175, 280 

Arsenical Paste, Amvetsco 33 

Arsenie Trioxide 37 

Artery Forceps 287-288 

Artificial Eyes 174, 257 

Aseptic Glass Syringes 162 

Aspirating Syringes 260 

Aspirating Syringe Stopcock 100 

Aspirating Trocar 296 

Attachment, Big-O Serum 166 

Attachment, Miller's Chain 186 

Attachments, Serum-filling 374 

Auto Cautery, Amvetsco Ether 213 

Autoclave 367 

Automatic Lock Casting Harness 197 



B 



Bacterins 85-110 

Bag, Breeders' 225 

Bags, Emergency 316-325 

Bag Handles 329 

Bags, Instrument 310-321 

Bags, Paper 361 

Bags, Saddle 325 

Balling Gun, Canine . . 265 

Balling Gun, Equine 140 

Bailing Gun, Swine 246 

Balling Irons 139 

Bandages 332-334 

Bandages, Crepe Paper 333 

Bandage Rollers 335 

Bandage, Rubber 273 

Bandage Scissors 285, 332 

Randaeing Lotion, A. V. 8. Co 81 

Basins. Pus or Dressing 362 



Page 

Basins, Solution 362 

Basin Stands, Wash 364 

Beakers, Chemical 351 

Bell Glass, Microscope 350 

Big-O Serum Attachment 166 

Biological Products 82-118 

Bismodine 34 

Bistouries, Eye 173 

Bistouries, Operating 268-273 

Bistouries, Teat 235 

Bit, Drenching 139 

Bit, Poultry 251 

Blackleg Pill Injector 162 

Blackleg Syringe 154 

Blackleg Vaccine 114-115 

Blades, extra, for Dehorning Saw. 241, 270 

Blades, Float 136 

Blast Torch and Furnace 214 

Bleeding Trocar 296 

Block and Tackle for Slings 341 

Blow Pipe, Dissecting 170 

Boluses, Amvetsco Vermifuge 80 

Bone Chisels 278 

Bone Curette 281 

Bone Cutting Forceps 130 

Bone Drill 277 

Bone Gouging Forceps 130 

Bone Saws 276-277 

Bone Scoops 130, 281 

Book, Breeders' Guide and Record. .. .231 

Books, Veterinary 376-384 

Boots, Poultice 208 

Boots, Soaking 208 

Bottle Brush 356 

Bottle, Chloroform, Drop 255 

Bottle, Dispensing 354 

Bottle, Drenching 139 

Bottle Filler, Serum 370 

Bottle Springs 329 

Bottles, Dropping 350 

Bottle, Intravenous 159 

Bottles, Hypering 369 

Bplties, Medicine Case 327 

Bottles, Packing 354 

Bottles, Prescription 354 

Bottles, Shelf 354 

Bottles, Thermos 223 

Bovine Purgative Compound 35 

Bowls, Sponge 362 

Boxes, Anti-Sift 357 

Boxes, Microscopic Slide 349 

Boxes, Powder 357 

Boxes, Sanitary Gauze 374 

Boxes, Tin Ointment 357 

Branding Instruments 244 

Breeders' Supplies 221-231 

Brush, Bottle 356 

Brushes, Camel's Hair 353 

Brushes, Hand 353 

Brushes, Iodine 353 

Brushes, Test Tube 351 

Buffers, Hoof 207 

Bulb Cautery 223 

Bulb Hypering Bottle 369 

Bulb Impregnator 223 

Bnlb, Intravenous Pressure 159 

Bulbs, Milk Fever 233 

Bulb Syringe 146-147 

Bull Leader 238 

Bull IVose Punch 237 

Bull Ring 237 

Bull Staff 238 

Bunsen Burners 353 

Burning Brand Figures, Solid 244 

Burrs, Ventricular 176 

Buttons, Ear , 242 



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Page 

Cabinet, Instrument 305 

Cacodylate, Sodium 73 

Calf Feeder 23S 

Camphorated Oil, Ethereal 54 

Canine Instruments 252-265 

Canine Pocket Instrument Cases. . .313-314 

Canula, Caponizing 249 

Canula, Fistula 166 

Canula, Hoof 203 

Canula, Sinus 166 

Canula, Syringe Filling 166 

Canula, Teat 234 

Canula, Extra Trocar 297 

Cap, Surgeon's Skull 266 

Caponizing Sets 250-251 

Capsule Guns 140, 246 

Capsules, Anthelmintic, for Swine 26 

Capsules, Anti-Flatus 30 

Capsules, Breeders' 227 

Capsules, Empty 357 

Capsules, Equine Purgative 53 

Capsules, Gelatin 357 

Capsules, Purgative, Soluble Elastic. . . 74 

Capsules, Uterine 78-79 

Card, File 136 

Carrier, Rope 184, 189 

Carrying Case, Fibre 3-9 

Cartilage Knife 170 

Case, Fibre Carrying 329 

Case Graduate, Medicine 329 

Case Handles 329 

Case, Hypodermic Needle 164 

Case, Knife, Metal 312 

Case, Post Mortem 172 

Cases, Caponizing 250 

Cases, Canine Pocket Instrument 

254, 313-314 

Cases, Dissecting 171 

Cases, Hoof 200 

Cases, Hypodermic Tablet 328 

Cases, Instrument, Canine 254, 314 

Cases, Instrument Carrying 316-321 

Cases, Medicine 322 

Cases, Needle 303 

Cases, Operating, Empty 315, 328 

Cases, Operating, Filled 308-315 

•Cases, Pocket Instrument 308-315 

Cases, Pocket Vial 326 

Cases, Thermometer 169 

Casting Harness 196-197 

Castrating Clamps 194 

Castrating Clamp Forceps 194 

Castrating Knives 194-195 

Castrating Instruments, Canine 

and Feline 258-259 

Catgut, Surgical 306 

Catheter, Albrechtsen's 182 

Catheters, Cow 180 

Catheters, Dog and Bitch 262 

Catheters, Horse and Mare 179-180 

Catheter Syringe 146 

Cattle Specialties 232-244 

Cattle Trocars 230-237, 297 

Caustic Holder 280 

Caustic Points 353 

Cautery, Amvetsco Ether Auto 213 

Cautery Iron, Sand Crack 205 

Celluloidin, Linen 305 

Chain Attachment, Miller's 186 

Chain and Hooks, Dissecting 170 

Chain Saw 185 

Champion Syringes 156-157 

Champion Syringe Repairs 158 

Chemical Laboratory Supplies 351-360 

Chemicals and Drugs 394-398 

Chisels, Dental , 132 

Chisels, Obstetrical 183-185 

Chisels, Operating 278 

Chisels, Port Mortem . , 172 



Page 

Chloride, Ethyl 253 

Chlorocamph Anodyne 36 

Chloroform 394 

Chloroform Drop Bottle 255 

Chloroform and Ether Inhaler, Canine. 255 

Chloroform Inhaler, Equine 337 

Chloroform Muzzle 337 

Clamp, Dog Ear 260 

Clamp, Hernia 298 

Clamp, Hog Sheath 372 

Clamp, Hypering 370 

Clamp and Twitch, Nasal 199 

Clamps, Artery 287-288 

Clamps, Castrating 194 

Clamps, Dental 126 

Clamps, Ear Hypering 370 

Clamps, Sand Crack 205 

Clamps, Umbilical 298 

Clamp Forceps, Castrating 194 

Claw Cutter, Canine and Feline 260 

Clinical Thermometers 168 

Clipper, Horse and Dog 219 

Clippers, Claw Cutting, Canine 260 

Clippers, Dehorning . 240-241 

Clippers, Tail, Hog 374 

Clippers and Dockers, Sheep Toe 247 

Clipping Machines 217 

Clipping Machine, Parts of 218 

Clips, Thermometer Tail 169 

Coats, Operating 206-267 

Colic Remedy, Equine 50 

Compound Concentrated Solution, 

Arsenic Trioxide 37 

Compressed Tablets 387-389 

Compression Forceps 290 

Conjunctivitis, Ointment 67 

Conjunctivitis Tablets, Amvetsco 38 

Connections, Glass 309 

Containers, Serum 373 

Cord and Hooks, Caponizing 248 

Corks, Laboratory 355 

Cork, Pressers 350 

Corkscrews 35c 

Cotton, Absorbent 330 

Cotton Applicators 175, 280 

Cotton Rope .198 

Cough Powder, Equine 51 

Cough Syrup, Equine 39, 52 

Cover Glasses, Microscopical 349 

Cow Kicker 238 

Cresolis, Liquor, Coinpositus 64 

Crooks, Steel Sheep 247 

Crotchet, Blunt Hook and . . .262 

Cup, Serum „ 303 

Curettes, Bone 130, 281 

Curettes, Fistula , !22o[ 281 

Curettes, Hoof 203 

Curettes, Nail Hole ^203 

Curettes, Operating 281-282 

Curettes, Uterine, Canine ........... .264 

Cutters, Molar * _ 1^3 

Cutting Forceps, Bone . .......,...' 130 

Cutting Forceps, Claw \ .260 

Cutters, Dehorning 240-241 

Cutter, Hoof 206 

Cylinder, Oxygen ^232 

D 

Defibrinating Forks 371 

Dehorning Instruments . . |™41 

Dental Halter !l38 

Dental Instruments . . iaill38 

Dental Instruments, Canine and 

Feline . . . .256 

Dental Instrument Rolls .122,315 

Derby Bandages 334 

Diagnostic Instruments ' 167 

Digestive Tonie 41 

Dilator (Modified), Palmer's Uterine .. 182 
Dilator, Teat 234 



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Page 

Dilators, Cnponlzing 248 

Dilators, Uterine 181-183 

Dipping Hooks, Sheep 247 

Dip, Stock 75 

Director, Grooved 280 

Director and Opener, Teat 234 

Dishes, Evaporating 351 

Dishes, Petri 351 

Dispensing Supplies 352-361 

Dispensing Tablets 387-3S0 

Dissecting Instruments 170-171 

Diuretic Elixir 42 

Diuretic Powder 43 

Docking Instruments 215-210 

Docking Pincers, Sheep 247 

Dose Syringes 144-140, 239 

Dose Syringe Pipes 145 

Douche, Uterine 181, 227 

Douche, Uterine, Canine and Feline. . .262 

Drainage Inserter 220 

Drainage Tube 220 

Drenching Instruments 139 

Dressing Basins 302 

Dressing Forceps 177 

Dressing Forceps, Canine, Uterine. . . .262 

Dressing Forceps, Roaring 177 

Dressing Jars 363 

Dressing Powder, Antiseptic 31 

Dressing Powder, Phenocamph 68 

Dressing Sterilizers 366-367 

Dressing Tables 364 

Drill, Bone 277 

Drill, Dental 128 

Drop Bottle, Chloroform 255 

Droppers, Medicine 351 

Drug Room Supplies 354-361 

Drugs and Chemicals 394-39S 

Duct Irrigator, Lachrymal 174 

Duct Probe, Lachrymal 174 

E 

Ear Buttons 242 

Ear Clamps, Canine 260 

Ear Clamps, Hypering 370 

Ear Labels, Metal 242 

Ear Marker, Tattoo 244 

Ear Punches 242-244 

Ear Scissors, Canine 201 

Ear Speculum, Canine 255 

Ear Tags, Cattle 243 

Ear Trimming Scissors 261 

Ecraseurs, Castrating 193 

Ecraseurs, Spaying 190 

Elevator, Periosteum 275, 2S1 

Elevator, Wolf Tooth 127 

Elixir Anti-Pharyngitis 44 

Elixir, Diuretic 42 

Elixir, I, a. S. & A 45 

Elixir Purgans 46 

Emaseulators 192 

Emasculators, Canine 258 

Emaseulators, Spaying 190 

Emblems, Blue Cross 347 

Embryotomy Knives 183-188 

Emergency Bags 310-323 

Emergency Bag, Tray for 329 

Emergency Outfits 142 

Emergency Pocket Folds 326 

Emphysema Powder 47 

Emunctotone 48 

Enterotome Scissors 172 

Entropium Forceps 173 

Equine Anthelmintic 49 

Equine Cough Powder 51 

Equine Cough Syrup 39, 52 

Equine Purgative Capsules 53 

Equine Tonic Powder (Rx 1402) 76 

Esmnrcirs Bandage 273 

Eimarch'i Tourniquet 273 

Ether 304 



Page 

Ether Cautery 213 

Ethereal Camphorated Oil 54 

Ether Inhaler, Canine 255 

Ethyl Chloride 253 

Evaporating Dishes 351 

Exostosis, Anti , 29 

Expander, Hoof 210 

Exploring Needles 280 

Exploring Probes 279-280 

Extracting Forceps, Canine 256 

Extractors, Gape Worm 251 

Extractors, Molar 125 

Extractors, Root 125 

Extractors, Teat Tumor 235 

Extracts, Fluid 392-393 

Eye Instruments 173 

Eyes, Artificial 174 



Feeder, Calf 238 

Feline and Canine Instruments. . .254-265 

Feline Operating Table 252 

Ferrocactone 55 

Fetlock Clippers 219 

Fetlock Scissors 204, 210, 284 

Fetlock Shears 204 

Fever Thermometers 168 

Figures, for Tattoo Marker 244 

Files, Hoof Knife 202 

Files, Hoof 207 

Files, Tooth 135 

Filling- Apparatus, Syringe 166 

Filling Tube, Syringe 106 

Filtering Paper 358 

Firing Instruments 214-215 

Firing Irons, Docking 214-215 

Fistula Curettes 220, 281 

Fisluln Drainage Inserter 220 

Fistula Forceps 220 

Fistula Knife 271 

Fistula Scissors 220, 284 

Flasks, Chemical 351 

Flatus, Anti, Capsules 30 

Flea Killer 02 

Float Blades 130 

Floats, Dental 133-135 

Fluid Extracts 391-392 

Fly Oil 50 

Foal Hooks 189 

Foot Adjuster 210 

Forceps, Artery 287-288 

Forceps, Bone Cutting 374 

Forceps, Caponizing 249 

Forceps, Claw Cutting, Canine and 

Feline 260 

Forceps, Compression 290-291 

Forceps, Cover Glass 349 

Forceps, Dental, Canine and Feline. . . .256 

Forceps, Dissecting 170 

Forceps, Docking, Sheep 247 

Forceps, Dressing 289, 290, 292 

Forceps, Dressing, Roaring 177 

Forceps, Dressing, Uterine 182 

Forceps, Entropium 173 

Forceps, Gauze Twisting 372 

Forceps, Hemostatic 287-28S 

Forceps, Hoof Testing 205 

Forceps, Hysterectomy 290-291 

Forceps, Iris 173 

Forceps, Lamb 247 

Forceps, Microscopical 349 

Forceps, Molar, Equine 125 

Forceps, Mouse Tooth 286 

Forceps, Needle Holding 290 

Forceps, Neurotomy 211 

Forceps, Obstetrical, Canine and 

Feline 203-264 

Forceps, Pig 245 

Forceps, Rongruer 130 



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Page 

Forceps, Root, Equine 125 

Forceps, Sand Crack 205 

Forceps, Slide 349 

Forceps, Spaying', Canine and Feline . . 259 

Forceps, Splinter 131 

Forceps, Sponge Holding- 292 

Forceps, Tenaculum 293 

Forceps, Tenaculum, Roaring 177 

Forceps, Throat, Canine and Feline. . .257 

Forceps, Thumb 280 

Forceps, Tissue 286 

Forceps, Tumor 293-294 

Forceps, Uterine Dressing, Canine ... .202 

Forceps, Vulsellum 293-294 

Forceps, Wolf Tooth 127 

Forks, Defibrinating 371 

Fountain Syringes 147, 265, 363 

Fowler's Solution Tablets 57 

Fulcrums 125 

Funnels, all kinds 358-363 

Furnaces, Firing Iron 214 



Gags, Mouth, Equine 138 

Galnetagogue Powder 58 

Galvanized Iron Thimbles 198 

Gape Worm Extractor 251 

Garget Outfit 233 

Gauze Bandages 332 

Gauze Boxes 374 

Gauze Holding Points 373 

Gauze Jars 363 

Gauze Packers 293 

Gauze, Plain 331 

Gauze Scissors 285 

Gauze Strips 332 

Gauze Twisting Forceps 291, 372 

General Operating Instruments ...268-303 

Gfgli Saw 185 

Glasses, Cover, Microscopical 349 

Glasses, Magnifying 330 

Glasses, Watch 350 

Gloves, Rubber 200 

Gouges, Bone 278 

Gouges, Dental 132 

Gouging Forceps, Bone 130 

Gown, Operating 2O0 

Graduates, all kinds 359 

Graduates, Medicine Case 329 

Grappling Hooks 170 

Groovers, Hoof 202 

Guide, Breeders' 231 

Guns, Balling, Canine 265 

Guns, Balling, Equine l4o 

Guns, Balling, Swine 246 

Gutta-Percha, Dental 129 

Gynaecological Instruments 180-182 



H 



Halters, Dental 138 

Hammers, Hoof 206-2O7 

Hand Brushes 353 

Hand Clippers 219 

Handles, Dental 126 

Handles for Bags 329 

Handles, for Gigli's Saw 185, 276 

Harness, Casting 196-198 

Healing Ointment, Amvetsol 25 

Heaters, Firing Iron 214 

Heaves Powder 47 

Hemostatic Forceps 287-288 

Hernia Clamps 298 

Hobbles, Casting 198 

Hobbles, Service 229 

Hog Cholera .Needles 165 

Hog Cholera Serum Ill 

Hoi Cholera Syringes 151-150 



Page 

Hog Holders 246 

Hog Specialties 245-246 

Hoist, Triple Sheave 341 

Holder, Baker's Hog 370 

Holders, Caustic 280 

Holders, Myer's Tail 370 

Holders, Needle 209 

Holders, Sponge 202 

Holders, Test Tube 351 

Hood, Operating 338 

Hood, Throat 334 

Hoof Expanders 210 

Hoof Instruments 200-207 

Hoof Pads 346 

Hook and Crochet, Parturition 262 

Hook and Hammer, Hoof 206 

Hook, Neurotomy 212 

Hook, Roaring 170 

Hooks, Cnponizing 248-249 

Hooks, Dental, Sounding 131 

Hooks, Dissecting 170 

Hooks, Foal 186-189 

Hooks, Obstetrical 183-189 

Hooks, Sheep Dipping 247 

Hondas, Lariat 199 

Hones, Hoof Knife 202 

Hones, Instrument 274 

Horse Boots 346 

Hydrometer Jars 359 

Hyperimmunizing Hog Supplies . . . 367-375 

Hypering Needles, or Infusion 166 

Hypodermic Needles 164-165 

Hypodermic Syringes 151-162 

Hypodermic Tablet Cases 326, S28 

Hypodermic Tablets 380-300 

Hysterectomy Forceps 290-291 



I 



Impaction Tube 236 

Impregnators .223-224 

Incisor Files and Rasps 135 

Incisor Forceps, Canine 256 

Incisor Nippers 127 

Incisor Rasps and Files 135 

Infusion or Hypering Needle 100 

Inhaler, Chloroform, Canine 255 

Inhaler, Equine 337 

Injector, Pill 238 

Injection Pump 183 

Injection Syringe 239 

Ink Stick, Tattoo 244 

Inserter, Fistula Drainage 220 

Instrument Bags 316-321 

Instrument Cabinets 365 

Instrument Cases, Canine, Pocket 

254, 313-314 

Instrument Cases, Pocket 311-315 

Instrument Cases, Rolls 328 

Instrument Hones 274 

Instrument Rolls, Dental 315 

Instrument Rolls, Leather 309 

Instrument Stands 253, 364 

Instrument Sterilizers 366-367 

Instrument Trays 329 

Intradermal Needles 165 

Intradermal Tuberculin Testing 

Syringe 161 

Intravenous Bottle 159 

Intravenous Pressure Bulb 159 

Iodine Swabs ....... 330 

Iris Forceps 173 

Irish Linen, Barbour's 307 

I. Q,. S. & A. Elixir 45 

Irons, Balling 139 

Irons, Firing 214 

Irrigator, Fountain 147, 265, 363 

Irrigator, Lachrymal Duct 174 

Irrigator, Stands 233 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



M 



Page 

Jars, Dispensing: 356 

Jars, Dressing: 3G3 

Jars for Medicine Cases 243, 327 

Jars, Hydrometer 350 

Jars, Mixing 359 

Jars, Ointment 357 

Jars, Screw Cap 356 

Jars, Staining, Microscopic 350 

Jars, Urinometer 359 

Jute 330 



K 



Kettles, Sterilizing 364 

Kicker, Anti-Cow 238 

Knicking Knives 268-273 

Knife, Cartilage 170 

Knife, Embryotomy 182-183, 188 

Knife, Eye 173 

Knife File, Hoof 202 

Knife, Fistula 220, 271 

Knife Hones, All Kinds 274 

Knife Hones, Hoof 202 

Knife, Killing 248 

Knife, Neurotomy 211 

Knife, Posting or Sticking 371 

Knife, Post Mortem 172 

Knife Rack, Metal 273 

Knife, Roaring 176 

Knife, Spaying 183, 191, 259 

Knife, Steel 371 

Knife Stone, Horse-Shoer's 274 

Knives, Castrating 194-195 

Knives, Dissecting 170 

Knives, General Operating 268-273 

Knives, Hoof 200-202 

Knives, Obstetrical 185 

Knives, Knicking 268-273 

Knives, Sage 201 

Knives, Sole 201 

Knives, Skinning 68 

Knives, Sticking 371 

Knives, Teat 235 

Knives, Tenotomy 268-273 



Labels, Bottle 354 

Labels, Metal Ear 242 

Labels, Microscopic Slide 349 

Labels, Prescription 354 

Laboratory Supplies 351-361 

Lachrymal Duct Irrigator 174 

Lachrymal Duct Probe 174 

Lamb Forceps 247 

Lamps, Alcohol 353 

Lariat Hondas 199 

Laxoleum 60 

Leader, Bull 238, 241 

Leather Goods 316-329 

Leg Bands, Poultry 251 

Lenses, Pocket, Magnifying 350 

Lice Killer, Amvetseo Liquid ......... 62 

Lid Retractor, Eye 173 

Ligatures 304-307 

Linen Suturing 305, 307 

Linimentum Alba 61 

Liquid Lice Killer 62 

Liquid Soap, Amvetseo 63 

Liquid Vesicant (Anti-Exostosis) .... 29 

Liquor Cresolis Compositus 64 

Litmus Paper 351 

Lotion Amvetseo, Wound 81 

Loose Powder, Amvetseo 65 



Page 

Machines, Clipping 317 

Machines, Sheep Shearing 217 

Magnifier, Pocket 174 

Magnifying Glasses 350 

Mallein 116 

Mallet, Dental 129 

Mallet, Operating 278 

Mange Ointment, Alkaline 20 

Mare Bag, Breeders' 225 

Markers, Poultry 251 

Markers, Tattoo 244 

Markers, Branding 244 

Markers, Ear 242-244 

Mastointment 66 

Measures, Graduated 363 

Measuring Instruments 347 

Medicine Cases 322-325 

Medicine Case Bottles 327 

Medicine Case Graduates 329 

Medicine Droppers 351 

Metal Ear Labels 242 

Metal Knife Rack 273, 312 

Metal Stomach Tube 142 

Microscope, Breeders' 226 

Microscopes 348 

Microscopic Supplies 350 

Milk Fever Apparatus 232 

Milk Tubes 233 

Mixing Jars 359 

Molar Cutter 123 

Molar Extracting Forceps 125-126 

Molar Extracting Forceps, Canine 256 

Molar Separator 125 

Mortars and Pestles 358 

Mouse Tooth Forceps 286 

Mouth Gag 138 

Mouth Specula, Canine 256 

Mouth Specula, Equine 137-139 

Mouth Specula, Swine 246 

Muzzle, Chloroform 337 



N 



Nail Hole Curettes 203 

Nasal Clamp and Twitch 199 

Nasal Instruments 174 

Nasal Punches 237 

Nasal Speculum, Canine 255 

Needle Adapters 145 

Needle, Aneurism 280 

Needle Cases 303 

Needles, Exploring 280 

Needles, Eye 173 

Needle Holders 173, 299 

Needle Holders, Eye 173 

Needle and Spud, Eye 173 

Needle, Infusion or Hypering 166 

Needles, Hypering 370 

Needles, Hypodermic 164, 375 

Needles, Intradermal 165 

Needles, Microscopic 350 

Needles, Neurotomy 212, 303 

Needles, Post Mortem 302 

Needles, Roaring 176 

Needles, Seton 209-210 

Needles, Sewing 300-303 

Needles, Spaying 190, 302 

Needles, Special Intravenous 159 

Needles, Surgeon's 300-301 

Needles, Suture 300-303 

Needles, Syringe 104-166 

Needles, Tracheal 176 

Neurotomy Instruments 211-212 

Neurotomy Needles 212, 303 

Nippers, Hoof 206 

Nippers, Incisor 12T 



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Page 

Nose Punch, Bull 237 

Nose Twitch, Humane 109 

Nozzle, Wood 143 



Oakum 330 

Obstetrical Block 1S7 

Obstetrical Chains 186 

Obstetrical Forceps, Canine 264 

Obstetrical Instruments, Conkey's . . . .185 
Obstetrical Instruments, Williams' . . . 183 

Obstetrical Instruments, Withers 184 

Obstetrical Pulls* Miller's ISO 

Obstetrical Suits 267 

Oil, Ethereal Camphorated 54 

Oil, Fly 50 

Oil, Laxative 60 

Oil, Phenocamphol ( 60 

Oil, Tattoo 244 

Oils, All Kinds 305-300 

Ointment, Alkaline Mange -0 

Ointment, Amvetsol Healing 25 

Ointment Boxes 357 

Ointment Conjunctivitis 67 

Ointment Jars 357 

Ointment, Mange 20 

Ointment, Vesicating 24, 77 

Operating Cases 30S-314 

Operating Clothing 266-2C7 

Operating Gowns 266 

Operating Hoods 33S 

Operating Instruments, General. . .268-392 

Operating Knives 268-273 

Operating Room Equipment 364-366 

Operating Room Standard 253 

Operating Room Stands 253 

Operating Suits, Combination 266 

Operating Table, Canine and Feline 

252-253 

Operating Tables, Equine .... 342, 343, 344 

Oral Instruments 137-138 

Osteotrite, Parturition 187 

Outfits, Caponizing 250-251 

Outfits, Dental 121-122 

Outfits, Dissecting 171 

Outfits, Obstetrical 183-185 

Outfits, Pocket Instrument Case. . 308-315 

Outfits, Post Mortem 172 

Oxygen, for Milk Fever 232 



Packer, Gauze 202 

Pads, for Emergency Bags 321 

Pads, Hoof 347 

Pads, Shoe-Boil 208 

Pails, Water 364 

Pans, Instrument 329 

Paper Bags 361 

Paper Cutters 361 

Paper, Filtering 358 

Paper, Litmus 351 

Paper, Wrapping 361 

Paper Bandages, Crepe 333 

Papers, Powder 301 

Parers, Hoof 206 

Parturition Instruments 183-1S9 

Parturition Instruments, Canine . .263-204 

Parturition Instruments, Swine 245 

Parturition Osteotrite 187 

Paste, Amvetsco Arsenical 33 

Percolators, Round 265, 363 

Perforated Tubing 220 

Periosteum Elevators 283 

Petri Dishes *3S1 



Page 

Pharyngitis-Anti, Elixir of 44 

Phenoeamph Dressing Powder 68 

Phenol Sulphonate Tablets 70 

Phonendoscopes 167 

Pig Forceps, Obstetrical 245 

Pill Injector, Blackleg 162, 238 

Pill Tiles 357 

Pills, Blackleg 115 

Pincers, Hoof 206 

Pincers, Sheep Docking 247 

Pipes, Blow 170 

Pipes, Syringe 145 

Pipettes, Medicine 351 

Pipettes, Milk 351 

Pipettes, Volumetric 351 

Pitchers, Solution 363 

Placenta Forceps 263 

Planes, Dental 132 

Plaster, Adhesive 336 

Plugs, Teat 234 

Pocket Case Instruments 268-307 

Pocket Case Knives 26S-273 

Pocket Case Scissors 2S3 

Pocket Instrument Cases 30S-315 

Pocket Instruntent Cases, Canine 

254, 313-314 

Pocket Instrument Cases, Empty 315, 328 

Pocket Magnifier 174 

Pocket Stone, Sharpening 274 

Pocket Vial Cases 326 

Points, Gauze 373 

Polyvalent Mixed Bacterin (Equine) .. 104 

Posting Knives 371 

Post Mortem Instruments 172 

Post Mortem Needles 302 

Pouch Syringe 161 

Poultice Boots 208 

Poultry Instruments 248-251 

Powder, Amvetsco Louse 65 

Powder, Antiseptic Dressing 31 

Powder Boxes 357 

Powder, Diuretic 43 

Powder, Emphysema 47 

Powder, Equine Cough 51 

Powder, Galactagogue 58 

Powder Papers 361 

Powder, Phenoeamph Dressing 68 

Powder, Tonic 76 

Press, Cork 356 

Probangs : 142 

Probang, Bristle, Canine 257 

Probes, Caponizing 249 

Probes, General Operating 279-280 

Probe, Lachrymal Duct 174 

Probe, Seton 209 

Probe or Sound, Spaying, Canine 259 

Probe or Sound, Teat 235 

Pulleys and Rope for Slings . . . '. 341 

Pulls, Obstetrical iye 

Pump, Injection xg3 

Pump, Milk Fever 232 

Pumps, Cautery .....] 233 

Pumps, Hypering " ^69 

Pumps, Stomach 142 

Punch, Bull Nose ^237 

Punch, Dental 129 

Punch, for Ear Labels . ., 242 

Purgative, Capsules, Equine . 53 

Purgative Compound, Bovine 35 

Purgative, Elixir 46 

Purgative Capsules, Soluble Elastic!!. 74 
Pus Basins 332 



Quick Release Snaps 19s 

Quitman Syringes 131 

Q-ulttor Syringes '.'.' 145, 146 



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Page 

Rabies Vaccine jjg 

Rack, Metal Knife 312 ' ->73 

Racks, Test Tube '.'.' 351 

Rakes Dental 133 

Radiator Cap Emblem 347 

Rasps, Hoof o 07 

Raspatory and Elevator !!!!!!! 275 

Rasps, Tooth 135 

Razor Hones .... 274 

Razor Strops '.'.'..'.'..'. 274 

Razors 27° 

Reading Glasses 350 

Receptacles, Waste \ 304 

Record Books, Breeders' 231 

Rectal Douche . ^224 

Rectum-Lock Syringe '.'.'.'.'. 150 

Reed Stylets 179 

Reek's Capsules ' 71 

Repairs for Syringes ..'.'.155, 158 

Repellent, Ply 50 

Repellers, Obstetrical 183, 184 

Restraint Apparatus 196-199 

Retort Stands 353 

Retractors, Lid .173 

Retractors, Neurotomy ] .212 

Retractors, Operating 175, 275 

Retractors, Roaring 175 

Rings, Bull 237 

Rings, Hog 246 

Rings, Stallion 230 

Roaring Instruments 175-177 

HoSs, Glass, Stirring 357 

Rollers, Bandage 335 

Rolls, Dental Instrument 315 

Rolls, Leather Instrument 309 

Rongeur Forceps 130 

Root Extractors 125, 126, 256 

Root Forceps, Canine 256 

Rope Carrier, Obstetrical 184, 189 

Rope, Cotton and Manila 198 

Rotary Power Float 133 

Roup Syringe 251 

Rowelling Instruments 209-210 

Rubber Bandages 273 

Rubber Drainage Tubing 331 

Rubber Gloves 266 

Rumen Compound (Tablets) 72 

Rumenotomy Outfits 237, 297 



Saddle Bags 325 

Sage Knives 201 

Sale Tags 244 

Salts, All Kinds 396-397 

Sand Crack Instruments 205 

Satchels, Instrument 322 

Saws, Bone 276-277 

Saws, Chain 185 

Saws, Dehorning 241 

Saws, Dental 129 

Saws, Gigli 185 

Saws, Obstetrical 184, 185, 186 

Scales, Laboratory 300 

Scale Weights 360 

Scalpel, Dissecting 170 

Scalpels, Operating 208-272 

Scalpels, Post Mortem 172 

Scalpels, Roaring 176 

Scissors, Abdominal Wall 2S5 

Scissors,. Bandage 285 

Scissors, Canine, Ear 2G1, 284 

Scissors, Dissecting 170 

Scissors, Docking 216 

Scissors, Ear Trimming 261 

Scissors, Enterotome 172 

Scissors. Eye 173 



Page 

Scissors, Fetlock 204, 210, 284 

Scissors, Fistula 220, 284 

Scissors, Gauze 285 

Scissors, Neurotomy 211 

Scissors, Operating 283-285 

Scissors, Parturition 187 

Scissors, Pocket Case 283 

Scissors, Post Mortem 172 

Scissors, Roaring 175 

Scissors, Rowelling 210 

Scissors, Spaying 259 

Scissors, Spaying, Canine and Feline. .259 

Scissors, Spaying, Equine 190 

Scoops, Bone 130, 281 

Scoops, Caponizing 249 

Scoops, Hoof 203 

Scoops, Laboratory 357 

Scrapers, Tooth 129, 256 

Searchers, Hoof 201 

Seinen Catcher 228 

Semen Extractor and Imprcgnntor . . . .224 

Semen Holder . .• 228 

Semen Syringe 227 

Separating Forceps, Wolf Tooth 127 

Separator, Molar 125 

Septum Punch 237 

Serum, Anti-Hog Cholera Ill 

Serum, Antitetanic 113 

Serum Containers 373 

Serum Cups 363 

Serum Laboratory Supplies 369-375 

Serum Syringe Needles 164-165, 375 

Serum, Syringes, Hog Cholera .... 151-159 

Serum Trocars 166 

Serum, White Scour 112 

Service Books, Stallion 231 

Service Hopples 220 

Seton Needles 209-210 

Seton Probe 209 

Sets, Caponizing 250-251 

Sets, Dental 121-122 

Sets, Dissecting 171 

Sets, Hoof 200 

Sets, Obstetrical 183-185 

Sets, Pocket Instrument 308-314 

Sets, Post Mortem 172 

Sewing Needles 300-302 

Sharpening Stones 274 

Shearing Machines 217, 247 

Shears, Docking 215-216 

Shears, Fetlock 204 

Shears, Parturition 187 

Shears, Sheep 217, 247 

Shears, Spaying 190 

Sheath Clamps, Hog, Urethral 372 

Sheep Shearing Machine 217, 247 

Sheep Specialties 247 

Shields, Stallion 229 

Shoe-Boil Pads 208 

Shut-offs, Tubing 353 

Silk, Surgeons' .304-305 

Silk Worm Gut, Spanish 307 

Silver Wire 307 

Simultaneous Vaccinating Outfit.. 154, 157 

Skinning Knives 172, 371 

Skull Cap, Surgeon's 266 

Slide Boxes, Microscopic 349 

Slides, Microscopic 349 

Slings 339-341 

Slitters, Hoof 202 

Slitters, Teat 235 

Snaps, for Casting Harness 199 

Soaking Boots, 20th Century 208 

Soap, Amvetsco Liquid 63 

Soap, Dog 265 

Sodium Cacodylate 73 

Soluble Elastic Purgative Capsules... 74 

Solution, Fowler's Tablets 57 

Sound, Spaying, Canine and Feline... 259 

Sounding Hooks, Dental 131 

Sounds, Teat 285 



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Page 

Spaying Instruments, Canine 259 

Spaying Instruments, Equine 190 

Spaying Knives 183, 191, 259 

Spaying Needle 190, 302 

Spatulas 357 

Specialties, Pharmaceutical 20-81 

Specula, Cervical 180 

Specula, Ear, Canine and Feline 255 

Specula, Impregnating 227 

Specula, Rectal, Canine 262 

Specula, Mouth 137, 138, 139 

Speculum, Canine, Mouth 256 

Speculum, Canine, Nasal or Ear 255 

Speculum, Canine, Vaginal 262 

Speculum, Eye 173 

Speculum, Nasal 174 

Speculum, Swine, Mouth 246 

Speculum, Vaginal, Equine ISO, 227 

Splinter Forceps 131, 204, 286 

Sponge Bowls 362 

Sponge Forceps 292 

Sponge Holding Forceps 292 

Spreaders, Caponizing 248 

Springs, for holding bottles 329 

Staff, Bull 238 

Staining Jars, Microscopic 350 

Stallion Rings 230 

Stallion Service Note Books 231 

Stallion Shield 229 

Stallion Supports 230 

Standards, Measuring 347 

Standard, Operating Room 253 

Stands, Instrument 253, 364 

Stands, Irrigator 253 

Stands, Retort 353 

Stands, Wash Basin 253, 364 

Staples for Caponizing 24S 

Steel Knife 3T1 

Sterility Instruments 182 

Sterilizer, Combination 329, 366-367 

Stethoscopes 167 

Sticking Knives 371 

Stirring Rods 357 

Stock Dip, A. V. S. Co. (No. 1) 75 

Stocks, A jax 345 

Stomach Pumps 142 

Stomach Pump Tubing 353 

Stomach Tubes 141, 142, 183 

Stones, Sharpening, Pocket 274 

Stopcock, Aspirator Syringe 160, 163 

Stopper Clamps for Hypering Bottle.. 369 

Stoppers, Bottle 355 

Stoppers for Hypering Bottles 369 

Stoves, Alcohol 366 

Stoves, Firing Iron 214 

String, Wrapping 361 

Strop, Razor 274 

Stylets, Catheter 179 

Stylets, Stomach Tube 141 

Suits, Operating 266 

Snlphonate Tablets, Phenol 70 

Supports, Stallion 230 

Surgeons" Needles 300-301 

Surgeons' Silk 304 

Sutures 304-307 

Swabs, Iodine 336 

Swine, Anthelmintic Capsules 26 

Swine, Anthelmintic Tonic 27 

Swine, Balling Gun 246 

Swine, Mouth Speculum 246 

Swivel Snap 199 

Syringe, "Amvetseo" Antitoxin 162 

Syringe, "Amvetsco" Tuberculin 161 

Syringe, Catheter 146 

Syringe, Dose 144-146, 239 

Syringe, Fountain 147, 265, 363 

Syringe, Glass 162 

Syringe, Hypodermic 151-162 

Syringe, Injection 147, 239 

Syringe, Roup 251 

Syringe Filling Tubes 166 

Syringe Needle* 164-165 



Pngre 

Syringe Needle Connection* 165 

Syringe Pipes, Dose 145-146 

Syringe Repairs 155, 158 

Syringe Stopcock 160, 163 

Syringes, Aspirating 160 

Syringes, ftuittor 145-147 

Syringes, Stomach 142-143 

Syringes, Urethral, Canine 262 

Syrup, Equine Cough 52 



T 

Tables, Instrument 253, 364 

Tables, Operating, Canine 252-253 

Tables, Operating, Equine 342-344 

Tablet Case, Hypodermic 326, 328 

Tablets, Compressed 387-389 

Tablets, Hypodermic 3S9-390 

Tablets, Phenol Sulphonate 70 

Tags, Ear 243-244 

Tail and Claw Cutter 260 

Tail Clips, Thermometer 169 

Tail Cutting Forceps, Hog 374 

Tail Instruments 215-216 

Tape Measures 347 

Tape, Suturing 307 

Tattooing Instruments 244 

Teat Instruments 234-235 

Tenacula, Dissecting 170 

Tenacula, Forceps 177, 293-294 

Tenacula, General Operating 268-273 

Tenacula, Roaring 176 

Tenotome, Operating 268, 272 

Test Tube Brushes 351 

Test Tube Holders 351 

Test Tube Rack 351 

Test Tubes 351 

Testing Forceps, Hoof 205 

Tetanus Antitoxin 113 

Thermo Cauteries 213 

Thermo Cautery Bulbs 233 

Thermometer, Breeders' 228 

Thermometer Cases 169 

Thermometers, Clinical, Fever. . . .168, 375 

Thermometers, Tail Clip 1C9 

Thermos Bottle 223 

Thimbles, Rope 198 

Thread, Suturing 305 

Throat Forceps, Canine 257 

Throat Hoed 334 

Thumb Forceps 280 

Tiles, Pill 357 

Tinctures 392 

Tissue Forceps 177, 286 

Toe Clippers and Dockers, Sheep 247 

Tonic, Digestive 41 

Tonic for Swine, Anthelmintic 27 

Tonic Powder, Rx 1402 (Equine) 76 

Tooth Instruments, Canine 256 

Tooth Rake 132 

Tooth Rake Blade 136 

Torch, Blast 214 

Tourniquet 273 

Tracheal Instruments 178, 257 

Trays, Instrument 329, 362 

Trephines, Dental 128 

Trephine, Sheep 247 

Trimming Scissors, Ear 261 

Trocar, Bleeding 296 

Trocar Syringe Filling 166 

Trocars, Canine 296 

Trocars, Cattle 236, 297 

Trocar, Horse 295-296 

Trocar, Ruinenotomy 237, 297 

Trocar, Sheep 247 

Trousers, Operating 267 

Truss, Prolapsed Uterus 180 

Tube, Impaction 236, 297 

Tube, Milk .233 

Tube, Perforated Drainage '. . . 220 

Tube, Uterine Douche 227 



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Page 

Tubes, Stomach 183 

Tubes, Test 351 

Tubes, Trachea 178, 257 

Tuberculin Syringe 101 

Tuberculins 117-118 

Tubing Cut-offs 353 

Tubing for Hypering Apparatus. .353, 375 

Tubing for Stomach Pumps 353 

Tubing, Glass 353 

Tubing, Rubber 353 

Tubing, It nbber Drainage 331 

Tumor Extractor, Teat 235 

Tumor Forceps 293-294 

Turf Goods 346 

Twine, Wrapping 361 

Twitches, Nose 199 



Page 

Vaccines 110-118 

Vaginal and Uterine Douche, Rectal 

224, 227 

Ventricular Burr 176 

Vermifuge Boluses, Amvetsco 80 

Vesicant, Liquid ( Anti-Exostosis) 29 

Vesicating Ointment 24, 77 

Vial Cases 326, 328 

Vials, Homeopathic 356 

Vials, Medicine Case 327 

Vibroscope 167 

Viking Syringes 151-155 

Vulsellum Forceps 177, 293-294 



u 

Umbilical Clamps 298 

Unguentum Vcsicans 77 

Union-alls, Surgical 267 

Urethral Sheath Clamps, Hog 372 

Urinometer Jars 359 

Uterine Capsules, Amvetsco (No. 2) 78-79 

Uterine Curettes, Canine 264 

Uterine Douche, Canine 262 

Uterine Douche, Rectal and Vaginal, 

224, 227 

Uterine Instruments 181-182 

V 

Vaccinator, Hog Cholera 368 

Vaccine* Rabies 116 



w 

Washstands 364 

Waste Receptacles 364 

Watch Glasses 350 

Water Pails 364 

Web Casting Harness 196 

Weights, Scale 360 

White Liniment 61 

White Scour Serum 112 

Wire File Card 136 

Wire, Gauze 373 

"Wire Obstetrical Saws 186 

Wire, Silver 307 

Wolf Tooth Instruments 127 

Wood Splinter Forceps 131, 291 

Wound Lotion, A. V. S. Co 81 

Wrapping Paper 361 

Wrapping Twine 361 





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