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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, July 01, 1957, Image 27

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RICHARDSON^
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Non ey Makers^
BALE LOADER of f
Simpler,
RevoietioRory Design
Has ONLY ONE
MOVING PARTI
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Handles RoundHor
Square Boles
No chains, belts, engine or hydraulic. Nothing
to get out of adjustment. Large ground driven
wheel delivers even loosely tied bales gently
to platform within easy reach of operator.
Loads round or square bales on any terrain.
Continuous loading action permits faster speeds
even in heavy crops. Sturdy tubular construc
tion and grease sealed bearings make it a
lifetime investment in lower labor costs.
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VARIABLE (AM •
CONTROLS FINGERS,
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Stops sickle run-over in leaning crops and
permits safe operation close to ground. A money
maker in all small grains and milo—saves fail
away heads. Easily installed—quickly adjusted;
and you SAVE by converting your present
reel! Economically priced.
Seitz Distributing Company
Billings, Montana
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LONG LIFE—LOW COST
Moil coupon for free information
MIDWEST WIRE & STEEL PRODUCTS CO.
South St. Paul. Minnesota — Dept. A-3
Send free literature and current low prices
on steel roofing, poles, nails, etc.
Name
Address
PLASTIC
PIPE
Get our Low Prices on Plastic Pipe and
Fittings. Any Sire, Special Prices on
Quantity Purchases.
CARL WEISSMAN & SONS, INC.
3425 1st Ave. S.
Billings, Mont.
30« 3rd Ave. S.
Great Falls. Mont.
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For All Makes and Models
BILLINGS AUTO
WRECKING CO.
Th. >«r»erl *f It, kind In Ih« N»rthwMt
ÎIM-I2 First Am. Worth BILLINGS. MONTANA
better than ususî in late fall an«! win
ter. The present low level of prices
and a greater drop in production than
usual will favor the advance.
Hatchings of egg-type chicks through
May were 20 per cent less than last
year. Late hatchings probably will be
up slightly, but the total pullet crop
will be rather sharply reduced. Even
if more yearling and older hens are
held over, laying flocks next fall will
be appreciably smaller than a year
previous.
BEANS— Prices probably will be fair
ly stable until harvest approaches.
Domestic demand is shrinking season
ally, but "free" supplies are small and
are being marketed slowly. CGC prob
ably will fill any export demand. New
crop prospects are mostly good.
Quotations to the trade by shippers
for U.S. 1 grades f.o.b. Idaho shipping
points, per cwt., are: pinto, $8.50-8.60;
Great Northern, $6.80-6.90; Idaho, $7.30
7.40.
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IF YOU'RE A Republican, a Repub
lican president broke the drouth and a
Democrat Congress brought the floods.
If you're a Democrat, it's the other
way about.
Looks like the young folks around
here just ain't got no ambishun. None
of the boys makes any effort to look
like Elvis Presley, and not more'a
three-four girls tries to look like Mar
ilyn Monroe.
Hope Congress don't throw out the
Soil Bank before some of us finds out,
what it is. This curiosity is killin' us.
Commencement season is over and
I'm back to hard work. Picked up
some nice money, gain' around to
graduation exercises so's the orators
could point to a horrible example of
what happens when the risin' genera
tion don't face life with courage, hon
esty and high resolve.
With so many bombers and fighter
planes flyin' through the sky to protect
our country, us Americans could sleep
easy at night if it wasn't for the noise
they make.
It's silly, «endin' up a costly satel
lite to tell us more about the size and
shape of the earth. We already know
the earth is in terrible shape and ain't
big enough to hide on.
Nobody can say we lag behind the
procession, here on Squawberry Flat,
so all of us is kickin' like bay steers
about strontium. Soon as we get time
we're gonna ask what it is.
Good old Congress! Six, seven,
maybe eight farm programs and the
farmer is still in business, sort of. But
Congress is willin' to try again.
It's a plumb hard choice for vaca
tioners to make—whether to go to the
seashore and get blistered layin' on the
sand, or go to the mountains and lay
under a pine tree in a bed of pizen oak.
Judgin' from what the doctors and
She papers say, hardly any of us
would be alive today if it wasn't for
the new meeracle meddicines. Some
times if seems just too bad they were
invented.
Mrs. Quag Tofer says it's a disgrace,
the way people have come to care less
about total disgrace than the scratch
of a catclaw thorn.
NOW
A STEEL BUILDING
f$DESIGNED SPECIALLY FOR
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GRAIN
STORAGE
Soule
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Gone are the days when you buy a building that can be »ADAPTED to
grain storage. Now you can buy a SOULE All-Steel Building that has
been DESIGNED specially for grain storage and can be USED for other
types storage without any fuss or bother.
LOOK AT THESE
FEATURES OF THE NEW
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GRAIN STORAGE
STEEL BUILDINGS
Soule
• 40'xl00'xl2* with a capacity of 55,000
bushels.
• No tic-rods or other interior
obstructions.
• Will not breakout around doors and
sidewalls, roof will not sag.
• Sidewall sheating will not bulge
between framing members,
• Heavy gauge sheathing on roof and
sidewalls.
• Can be used for machine and other
storage when not filled with grain.
LOWEST COST EVER
The cost, including erection, is approximately 7c per bushel less than other types of
steel buildings of equal capacity. Includes: Double Sliding Door, Bulkhead, 2 End
Louvres, 4 Light Panels in Roof, Heavy Concrete Footings and Foundation. Concrete
Floor, Heavy Gauge Sheathing and COMPLETE ERECTION! We invite you to get our
cost and compare!
KILBY GRAIN BINS ALSO AVAILABLE
3276, 4400 ond 5133 Bushel Sizes in Stock for Immediate Delivery.
Other sizes available.
SEE THESE DEALERS OR THE DISTRIBUTOR
BILLINGS Tom Koyama, 2121 Mont. A.
CONRAD
GREAT FALLS .. Srlstad Soli Service.
West Vaughn lload
. Walt Whirry,
309 9th Ave. S„ Ph. HE 4-2596
Reo Motors
SHELBY
DENTON Jack Rose, P.O. Box 1052
DISTRIBUTED BY
M. M. BARKER STEEL BUILDING CO.
East of Great Falls near Malmstrom Air Force Base Off-Base Housing
5600 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH
GREAT FALLS. MONTANA
Look For This
Shield of Quality
... Your Seal Of
PAINT PROTECTION
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KD il CLASSIFIED GRADE 1 according to U.S. Dept.
of Agriculture Technical Bulletin No. 804. The
finest house paint you can buy! The guess
work is gone—you can depend on the recom
mended classification of the U.S.D.A. And this
. shield is on every case of FORMAN-FOHD
Grade J house paint.
SELF-CLEANSING — Specially developed pigments retain their
'Tike new" color by causing dirt to be washed away with normal
à paint film wear.
FHA-ACCEPTED—For new construction 2-coat painting «most
I. paints require 3 coats).
|i EXTRA THICKNESS—Better grades linseed oil in extra quantities
Ip means less thinner to evaporate as in ordinary house paints.
I ECONOMICAL—Gives you 3-coat work in 2 coats, goes farther
I per gallon and preserves longer for years of "new look" service.
AVAILABLE IN WHITE, RED BARN AND 50 COLOR
COMBINATIONS
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A MONTANA COMPANY—Forman. Ford Co. of Montana is a
LOCAL COMPANY with a factory and offices in Great Falls. It
brings to Montana the years of paint manufacturing experience
obtained by Forman, Ford since 1883. The very latest brand new
equipment is used to manufacture these highest quality painting
products.
house PAijfl
SEE TOUR FOHMAN-FORD DEALER
DEALER INQUIRIES INVITED
another product by
FORMAS« & CO.
OF MONTANA
GREAT FALLS, MONTANA
T.O. BOX 143«
July 1, 1957—27

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