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DOES IT . . . • Faster • Easier • Economically ! | 1 I I I I I I I See Us Now and Be Ready far Harvest This Fall! Make it a Massey-Harris'' TOP ALLOWANCES FOR VOW USED MACHINERY // Here's Some REAL BARGAINS in Used Combines and Form Implements SELF-PROPELLED COMBINES IHC 12' Model 123, purchased in 1946. Ready to go to work . »1500 IHC 12' Model 123, purchased in 1946. With Chenney Pick-Up-Reel $1782 IHC 12' Model 123, purchased new in 1947. Excellent condition $1475 COCKSHUTT 12', new in 1947. With Hume Pick-Up-Reel and Reg. $2000 $1775 ;.. $2300 .$2677 Reel COCKSHUTT 12', new jn 1947. Cut three crops - CASE 12' Cut, new in 1948. Dual tires. Cut three crops . MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 21A Auger type. Mew in 1948 MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 21A Auger. New in 1948. Looks like new $2800 MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 27 Auger type. New in 1950. Cut 350 $4500 acres ..-— -—. MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 21 Canvas. New in 1948. Excellent condition ..—....—..-.;. MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 21. Canvas. New in 1949. Cut very $2650 I I II small acreage ...-.-... MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 21. New in 1947. Canvas. In good condition .....:.-.-.-. ; . MASSEY-HARRIS 14' Model 21. Canvas. New in 1948. Excellent $3270 $2250 .$2500 PULL-TYPE COMBINES IHC 12' Model 122. Good rubber and excellent condition IHC 12' Model 122. Good rubber ... IHC 15' Model 31RD. Excellent rubber .. OLIVER 12' Model 30. Walker type. Good rubber OLIVER 12' Model 30. Good rubber .-. OLIVER 12' Model 30. Good rubber . BALDWIN GLEANER 12'. Good rubber . CASE 12'. Excellent rubber —.....-----— CASE 15' Model P ...-.-. JOHN DEERE 16' Model 17. Good rubber. New in 1948 JOHN DEERE 16' Model 17. Excellent condition. On rubber JOHN DEERE 12' Model 5A. Good condition . JOHN DEERE 20' Model 36. Ready to go to work . JOHN DEERE 28* Model 36. Excellent rubber .. JOHN DEERE 20' Model 36 .-.. TRACTORS MODEL L CASE 1936 Model. Good rubber .-.- _ JOHN DEERE Model D. Rubber is excellent. Excellent mechanical condition ...— JOHN DEERE Model D. On rubber . ONE IHC 22-36. On rubber ... DRILLS, DUCKFOOTS. OTHER EQUIPMENT JOHN DEERE High Wheel Drill. 12'. With double disk and deep furrow openers .. ....— -. MINN.-MOLINE 12' High Wheel Drill, With double disk and deep furrow openers ..---.-. ONE IHC 9W No. 2 One-Way . MASSEY-HARRIS 8Vi' One-Way. Brand new but shop worn . DEMSTER 12' Duckfoot with good shovel ...-. GRAHAM HOEME 24' Duckfoot. Like new with new shovels. Has been used very little. Just right for D6 Caterpillar .................... MASSEY-HARRIS Heavy Duty Offset Disk. 15'. Like new .. 3 ... 7' Model M Nobel Blade. New Model on rubber with triple * unit hitch. These machines ore like new and have been used on very small acres. AERONCA AIRPLANE with 90 HP Continental engine New in November, 1949. Total flying time ... 60 hrs. cracked and always been hangared. Plane looks like new. The ideal plane for spraying. 1950 BUICK ROADMASTER. Model 76R . With heater, radio, white sidewall tires, red and gray leather up holstery. Only 5000 miles total mileage. Looks Kke new. Just well i broken in. Two-toned gray and blue. $877 $998 $608 $550 $550 .$615 .$708 ... $1008 _Make us on offer .$1908 ......$1600 .$832 .$800 . $14« .$1875 T .. $13« ........ $250 Make us on offer ...... $275 $288 $168 $425 $358 $1158 $18« $28« Never been $2665 w nil f i I % ■;. V V ftJjTf, it • • • ITH the- brass hats of the armed services disagreein' so violently on basic strategy for fight in' the Korean war, these are very confusin' times for us arm-chair gen erals. In the past we could concen trate on good solid indignation over the way the commanders were han dlin' things. But now you can't criti cize one four-star without findin' yourself agreein' with another. Livin' must be a lot simpler in Russia. There, if you open your yap they just shoot you and thus cure what ever mental turmoil you may be laborin' under at the moment. • • • These wet years have just about convinced the younger generation of wheatgrowers that there isn't any hell—in the dry farmin' busi [ ness. Some of the old boys seem to be gettin' a little "tetched" loo. Even Protein Pete had a kind of hopeful look in his eye the other day when he was tellin' about I some tree-ring studies that were made in western North Dakota which showed that in the 1600s there was a stretch of 3S years when every season brought above normal moisture. (Somethin' must have slipped in 1949.) w • • • Alfalfa Ike says an expert is a man who tells you how to solve the problems of life which he avoided by becomin' an expert. • * • Old Man Henderson, whs relived a few rears ago. went oat to the ranch the other day to help his son pot up a piece of fence. He says there seems to be a let more dirt in a posthole than there used to e e e That neighbor of mine says the thing he likes about Montana weather is that it is always the same —changeable. * • e The city farmer down the seed says one good thing about firin' on a farm is that you can quarrel with your wile once in a while without all the neighbors heatin'. .e e A Danish agricultural expert says nervous farmers have nervous pigs. Any mental disturbance is reflected in the pigsty. "Keep your temper, talk friendly to your pigs and caress them." he advises, contending that the pigs wiD then do well by you. He could have added that if it works you might even try the same thing <Mi your family. Martha'« nephew who just grad uated from college has to report for Ehe draft next week. If the army can teach him to get up in the meritin' and get to bed at night he will have what you might call a well-rounded education. ♦ * * This democracy is likely to last a long time unless we start rationin' justice and rollin' back initiative. Montana Farmer-Stockman July 1. Vol. 38. No. 21 Published twice a month on the 1st and 15th, by the Montana Fanner, Inc., Great Falls, Mont. Subscription price is $3 lor five years, $2 lor three years, $1 for one year; Canadian, one year, $2. Sintered as second class matter at the Postoffice at Great Falls, Mont., under act of March 3, 1879. ■ // t Li V. '} s' \ aWriB hete,-too 1/ C L r' (f /iW^v ¥ <■ A a w * / * l 3 ■ rv '/ / s-r' Aldrin gets grasshoppers three ways—by contact, inges tion and fumigation . . . 96% control in 3 days. Just 2 ounces of aldrin per acre does it... no matter how thick the hoppers come! alarm SHELL* CHEMICAL CORPORATION AWrin h manufactured by Julius Hyman & Co., and It distributed by Stieb Chemical Corpora tion, 500 Rbh Ave., New York 18. Aldrin b available under die brand names of leading Insecticide manufacturers. Consult your local dealer and county agent. 6AIV&HIZFD STEEL Corrugated Roofing and Skiing LONG LIFE—LOW COST Write for FREE ESTIMATES MIDWEST WIRE 8. STEEL PRODUCTS CO. 536 S. Couard St., South St. Paul. Minn. Be sure to give both NEW and OLD postoffices when you change address.