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Address v I City I Mail to Montana Children's Home and Hospital 805 Helena Avenue, Helena, Montana I J MF 249 I Montana Children's Home and Hospital Shodair Crippled Children's Hospital 840 Helena Avenue Helena, Montana Advertisements in MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN are the show win dows through which reliable advertisers tell you about their newest products. COOPERATION . • O NATIONAL FARu loan association UM S.M l-HfU. »•*«% u~,w. ) I. I t I 4 gives YOU a voice MANAGEMENT in Your loon makes you a member of the National Farm Lean Association. You'll own stock in this cooperative farmers organization. 'YOU have a voice in management. Member borrowers also receive dividends that further reduce the already low 4% interest. »The Land Bank Way is the Farmer's Way. See Your Neoresl Notional Form loan Association Member Federal land Bonk Syi CONRAD. MONT. GREAT FAILS. MONT. MISSOULA, MONT HAVRE MONT. GLASGOW, MONT by Fan KALISPELL, MONT LEWISTOWN, MONT PLENTYWOOD MONT HAMILTON MONT GLENDIVE. MONT. MILES CITY, MONT BILl'NGS MONT BOZEMAN, MONT, o> Story and Play Time Hello Boys and Girls, Are you having fun these lazy fall days? I hope so, for otherwise, you might be like the airplane in our story today who got into a lot of trouble because he Just wait until you read about what happened to him. I'll bet you are glad you're you! discontented. was SKYRIDER SKYRIDER was a little trainer plane. All day long he sailed over the airfield, helping young pilots learn to fly. Around and around he flew, never getting very far from the field, and at last one day Sky rider got tired of it. "I wish something exciting would happen for a change," he growled. "This is no fun!" And then, quite by accident, Sky rider learned he could fly by him self. When a student pilot took him up for the first time, he began to experiment. When the pilot wanted to go left, Skyrider turned right. When the pilot tried to go up, Skyrider pointed his nose toward the ground; and when the pilot tried to come down, Skyrider zoomed toward the clouds. The poor pilot was frightened half out of his wits. "What do you mean sending me up in a plane that flies like this?" he shouted at the me chanic when he had landed. "The controls are frozen!" soothed the me "Take it easy,' chanic. "You made a perfect landing. You couldn't do that with frozen controls.' "I landed O.K. But that's the only thing I did right. Every time I tried to bank left, we went right. When I tried to go down, we went up. I tell you, something is wrong!" "Well, I'll check it over," said the mechanic, still in doubt. Skyrider laughed as he listened to the argument. This was fun. And when the mechanics could find noth ing wrong with him, he was gleeful. He could stump them all. The next day he was allowed to . fly again—and again the same thing happened. This went on for several days, and each pilot who flew Sky rider reported his strange actions. Then, one day, a strange car ar rived at the airport, and several men get out. When they came over to him, Skyrider became a little un easy. The men thumped his wings and his body. They explored his motor, inch by inch. Then they worked the controls. At last one of the men said; "I'm satisfied that nothing is wrong with this plane. I'll take it up on trial and see what happens. "Ho, ho," thought Skyrider. "Now I'll really have some fun." Then Skyrider pointed his nose up and began to climb. Up and up he went, until his motor coughed a warning. At the same time he felt the pilot relax at the controls and he was frightened. He had heard of pilots "blacking out." Perhaps he had gone too far this time. He came down as fast as he dared — and breathed a sigh of relief when he knew that the pilot was flying him again. Back at the field, the angry test pilot called Skyrider a "menace" and said that he must be rebuilt. So the little plane was torn apart and all the pieces were sent back to the factory. And when he was finally back together again, you may be sure, Skyrider flew just the way he should. Have a nice Thanksgiving everyone, AUNT SALLY. This BERKELEY y gives you \ \ You, too, can have all the comforts and conveniences of running water in the house — and plenty of water besides to keep your garden watered...with a BERKELEY Modern Jet System No. 056-40. It's inexpensive to operate and will give many * long years of dependable, trouble-free service. J This is o Model 056-40 BERKELEY Deepwell Jet Water System — . pumps 600 gals, per hour at 40 ft.— press ure range 20 to 40 lbs. 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Read the letter from Thomas Pulliam, a Kentucky poultryman: "1 have had birds choking, strangling, and with their eyes closed from common colds and have saved them all. One cockerel was nearly dead. He lost 5 pounds. I applied Group-Over, and In two weeks he was full of pep and fighting every rooster on the place.'' Why don't you try Group-Over on your flock? It's easily used. See for yourself how the Group-Over treatment helps bring needed relief. For a liberal supply send 56c (or $1 for the extra large size) to Burrell-Dugger Co.. 227 East South St. Dept. G5, Indianapolis 25. Ind. Group-Over must satisfy you perfectly or your money refunded. This Order "Group Over" from GRAHAM & ROSS Great Falls, Mont. Start the young people off right with a subscription to MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN.