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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, June 01, 1951, Image 10

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FARM NEWS-GRAPHIC
STANDARD
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A picture review of successful farming brought
to you by the Standard Oil Company
DISTINGUISHED HERD SIRE, GRAIN
KING AND CHAMPION MULES!
June's the time to check
your home heating system
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The end of the heating season is the time to
check your equipment to be ready for instant
operation when cold weather comes a few
months from now.
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The heart of your heating system is the oil
Burner. It has three vital pafts, the motor, the
fern, and the pump. All three should be main
tained in top operating condition.
In addition, the
atomizing , nozzle
should be inspected.
If cleaning is neces
sary use a broom
straw or some other
soft material as pic
tured. The strainer
through which oil
passes to the com
bustion chamber
should be checked.
Now is the time to
call on your heating service man for any needed
repairs or adjustments.
For economical operation of space heaters,
empty oil from the heater tank at the close of
• the heater season.
Clean the oil strain
er, then the burner
bowl to remove any
accumulation, as
shown in photo. Af
ter cleaning the
stove pipe wrap it
in paper and store
in a dry place.
If your space heater fails to function properly
call your service man to check all operating
parts.
Fill your Storage tanks now. Whether you have
an oil burner or space heater fill your tanks
now for next fall. A full tank prevents damage
due to condensation.
Order Sianolex Furnace Oil, or Standard
Heater Oil, as required.
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Now is the ideal time to fill your storage tank.
I can give you prompt delivery on your order.
Gregg Farms Mercury is the name of this famous Scotch shorthorn herd sire owned by Dr.
S. A. Donahue of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and winner of grand championships at the
South Dakota State Fair and the Sioux Empire Fair. Gregg Farms Mercury also won
championships at the Iowa State Fair and the American Royal and was named bpst
y earling at the International. Dr. Donahue uses Bovinol Stock Spray with Methoxy
chlor as part of his program to give his champions the finest care
reserve
senior
He's noted for wheat and corn. Since 1938 Ray
Bolomey of Frankford, Missouri has taken some
300 prizes with his com and wheat, including
two com championships at the International
Grain and Hay Show and many blue ribbons at
Missouri and Iowa State Grain Shows. His 1950
wheat took the Missouri State prize. Power farm
ing is important to Grain King Bolomey and ap
propriately he uses Permalube Motor Oil for top
quality lubrication and Standard Red Crown
Gasoline, the King-Size Gas Buy, for low cost
power.
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Mules are his hobby. Fine mules raised by J. E. Goffinet of Blue Mound, Illinois have taken
250 blue ribbons and 40 trophies in fairs in four states. With Mr. Goffinet, center, are W. M.
Murphy, rightj his partner, and L. D. Salisbury, his Standard Oil man. "Raising prize mules
requires a lot of farm work," says Mr. Goffinet. "My Standard Oil man makes my job easier
by regular deliveries of the dependable Standard Red Crown Gasoline and Iso-Vis Motor
Oil I need for all my equipment."
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