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Truck Box P» msnu ■ V r I it % fi a, i * v S iVVv All Steel Truck Beds —New - U. S. Army Surplus Hardwood Floors Complete with Bows and Tarpaulins Specially Priced 6'x9' $0050 7'x12' . . . $177.50 $10.95 BUCKET SEATS each ||| Helical Coil Tem ip: pered Springs — HI All Welded Steel -Ideal for H Frami I Farmers . . . H Truckers . . . and ^ Ranchers ft. Trucks, Combine, p Wagons, Tractors, r etc. Fit M wM ' <■ hU i life TIRE CHAINS 7.50x16-7.50x17 Reg. $18.50 Heavy Duty Commercial $ 12 « Jeep Cans Woter or Gasoline Army Surplus, ea. 79c Anti Freeze Permanent Type Petroleum Type "P ! I Per Gallon $1.49 Special Price to Wholesalers For Any Hard-to-Get Items Call or Write — CARL WEISSMAN & SONS 218 Fourth Street South Great Falls, Montana information on pasture improve ment?" I am strong for the electric fence, as I consider it the cheapest and most convenient type of temporary fence, and should be a part of the permanent fence. It will turn breechy stock that will break through almost any other type of fence. Posts every 150 to 200 feet give satisfactory serv ice. The height of the wire will de pend on the kind of stock, but 24 to 30 inches is the common range for cattle. The cost of operation from high line service is very small in deed, but be sure your fencing unit is one that is approved by the Un derwriters laboratories. In Lighter Vein A magician owned a parrot which would perch on his shoulder during his act crying, "It's a fake! It's a fake!" One day the two were perform ing on a luxury yacht. The parrot giving his yell when mine hit and sank the ship. Par rot and magician floated on a piece of driftwood. For three days neither spoke a word. Suddenly on the third day the parrot gave .a loud yell, "I give up! I give up! What did you do with that ship?" Highway Patrolman; As soon as I saw you come around that curve I said, "Fifty at least." Lady Driver: It must be this heat that makes me look so old. -4. v ! ✓ 1 1 I • ' ' •» V 0 fs —to? «I ' 'b * • -tt'i •V «<• <1 * .i. t* •M< •*% f lil' tl * A v f(, R* »» * t»l CAI* .A. . "How could uneven ground do it?" The new young father had proudly but nervously brought his twins to be christened. "What names?" asked the clergy man. "Steak and Kidney," the father replied. "Bill, how could you!" cried the mother. "It's Kate and Sidney." Lawyer; "Why do you find life unbearable with your wife?" Husband: "Well, sir, she insists on keeping a pet goat in our bed room, and I can't stand the at mosphere." Lawyer; "Couldn't you open the windows?" Husband; "What! And let out all my pigeons!" Kind Lady: What? Are you back? Aren't you the same man I gave a piece of pie last week? I didn't expect io see you again. Beggar: I didn't eat the pie. Teacher: "This is the fifth time this week I've asked you to stay after school. Now, what have you to say for yourself? Willie: "I'm glad it's Friday, sir. Customer; Call the manager. I've never seen anything as tough as this steak. Waiter; You will, if I call the manager. NOW! S-T-R E-T-C-H Your FEED Supply ROllCDCftAfN With * 4: • . 1 ; ; I I rrm m V Cuts feed Costs 10% to 50% i Eliminates Dusting / Economical Processing t Improves Digestibility ; V S'il 1 h T" I i ..... t High grain prices and the corn, shortage make rolled grains even more economical feed than ever before. Whole oats, wheat, rye, barley, rice and kafir arc difficult to chew and cannot be utilized efficiently by the animal. ROLLING prepares these grains tor easy digestibility and avoids dusting which often causes digestive dis orders. A prominent cattle man states, "A bushel of whole oats when rolled makes nearly two bushels of feed. Bushel for bushel they are about equal in feeding results.** ROLLING ALMOST CUTS HIS OATS BILL IN HALF. Use a Famam Grain Roller to increase your feed supply 10% to 50%. V 1:1 " ; > i T r * V ÛIL SisuiL V MIAVT DUTY CONSTRUCTION N "I A Low Cost, "Farm Size" Grain Roller That Will Pay for Itself Over and Over Again! pulley for tractor power, V-Belt pulley for electric motor or small gas engines. HEAVY DUTY ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION THROUGHOUT. EASILY ADJUSTED FOR ALL KINDS OF CRAIN. The Farnam "Farm Size" Grain Roller meets the needs of the farmer, dairyman and stockman. Two big 514-inch diameter grooved rollers will process up to till bushels per hour. Only 3 H.P. required. Positive steel gear drive. Equipped with large flat _ lTH£ :rrs c° r ^ heMASKA 460 fl eos°e .end '»•* *?* «-4 '.Groin I 'Offer. I Nam. - I Addr.M rr t EHEH Dept (Î53 I DEALER INQUIRIES INVITED ,0« LIMITED TIME try thl» risk, Writ* farnam 1 on groin roll* for descriptive literature one details of 10 DAY FRIf TRIAL at OFFERI TÏÏ State. City Don't hesitate to write to an advertiser in Montana Farmer-Stockman for further information about his product. He will be glad to be of service to you. Tell him you read his ad in MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN. WILL MAKE YOU MONEY ^Jmdorkhb * ■ ■ i ■ ■■■ : h Sm u *3 pi' > Sit*# MHHBWIWBiJIlBiaBi... • Do More Work on Cold Days—in Comfort! • Get Crops in Quicker! • Avoid Colds, Flu . . . Save Doctor Bills! • Make It Easy to Gel and Keep Good Help! • Use Your Tractor Instead of Your Car When Roads Are Bad! • Learn Amazing Details of the New, 1948 Automatic TractorKab! "Cosh In" on Special 'Progressive Farmer" Offer! AUTOMATIC EQUIPMENT MFG. CO., Pender, Nebr. Dept. MF-10 Rush me more information on your TractorKab- I farm acres with tractor. Name : Address State Advertisers will gladly send you information regarding the product or MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN."