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sago PROFITS! fÿ % . KILLS CORN BORERS by pulverizing, mulching and firming soil on cornstalks that have been plowed under — corn borers are smothered in ground. Saves time, labor, horsepower, preparing ideal seedbed. Leaves surface mulch without grooves to help prevent washing. Seedbed conserves moisture — more seeds grow. Helps increase yields of all crops. SEEDBED MAKER has 3 in 1 Combination spring tooth harrow, sprocket packer and tnulcher with seeder available. Once over your plowed field with this machine does the ideal job. Write today. , New Bear Cat •' COMBINATION GRAIN AND ROUGHAGE MILL No. 4A TRAILER MOUNTED FOR POWER TAKE-OFF. Has traveling feed table. Es pecially designed for grinding or chopping larger quantities of loose or baled hay and any roughage. Comes with or without Trailer Mount and P.T.O. Both cutter knives and heavy swing hammers. Grinds any feed, wet or dry, snapped or ear corn, roughage bun dles or baled flakes with farm tractor. Write for details. WESTERN LAND ROLLER CO., Dept. ^3-37 Hastings, Nebraska - Manufacturers MIDLAND IMPLEMENT CO., INC. Distributors for Grain and Roughage Mill The Bear Cat BILLINGS MONTANA FEED for PROFIT s. Y 'tJOSßV 30% MOLASSES DRIED BEET PULP Improves every feed ration. Provides greater gain per feed dollar. UNEXCELLED AS A MILK PRODUCER FOR COWS & EWES We Welcome Your Inquiries Manufactured by HOLLY SUGAR CORP. SIDNEY, MONTANA WORLAND, WYOMING When You Move Please send both your old address and your new and notify us at least two weeks before you move. Montana Farmer-Stockman Farming is a hazardous business. Guard carefully against accident but protect your self from loss by taking out a Montana Farmer - Stockman SPECIAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE POLICY. Full information on request. Write Insurance Dept., Montana Farmer-Stockman, Great Falls, Mont. - Disappearance from the fall crop by January 1 was the second largest in nine years of record. Diversion con tinues fairly large and is greater than last season, BEANS Prices probably will be mainly steady to strong in the next two or three months. The smallest total stocks in 10 years, good consumer demand, fair exports, and placement of around one-eighth of the total sup ply under price support will sustain or advance price levels for most classes. Quotations to the trade bj' shippers for U.S. 1 grades f.o.b. Idaho shipping points, per cwt., are: Pinto $6.25-6.35; Great Northern, $8.25-8.35; red, $8. * • small Don't Forget To Deduct IN MAKING OUT your incom^ tax dcn't forget you can deduct 1. Subscriptions to farm magazines. 2. Farm organization dues. 3. Cost of advertising crops and live stock. 4. Expenses for business trips. 5. Family car costs to the extent which the car is used in the farm ing business. If the car is used for farm business 25 per cent of time, 25 per cent of costs can be de ducted. 6. Livht and telephone bills charge able to business. 7. Veterinary and medical expenses for livestock. Montana Seedmen To Moot M«rch 8 THE MONTANA SEEDMEN'S Asso ciation will hold a winter meeting at Bozeman, March 8, according to Ray W. Sprague, Charlo, president. Sessions will begin at 10 a.m. with a business meeting and a program by the Montana Seed Growers Association and members of the Montana State College agronomy department. In the afternoon there will be a roundtable discussion and a program by the State Grain Inspection Laboratory, A cocktail hour and banquet will be held in the evening. All meetings will be held at the Bozeman Hotel a»>d the banquet will be at the Bridger Club. Accident Policy Pays Beneficiary $2,300 WALLIE E. HUNT, Joplin, received $2,300 as beneficiary of a $9 accident policy held by his wife, Mrs, Agnes I. Hunt, who was killed in an auto acci dent July 3, 1957. He received $2,000 for loss of life plus a 15 per cent in crease for three consecutive annual * renewals. Mr. Hunt was involved in the same accident, and as a result of his in juries, his left leg had to be amputated below the knee. His $9 policy paid him $1,150. Insurance Policy Pays $2,200 MARGARET R. KIRBY, Geyser, re ceived $2,200 as beneficiary of a $9 Montana Farmer-Stockman insurance policy held by her late husband, Roy E. Kirby, who was killed in a tractor accident. The policy paid $2,000 for death bene fits plus a 10 per cent increase for two renewals. THE AVERAGE $1 CARE package being sent overseas during CARE's 1957-58 Food Crusade owes 68 per cant of its protein value to the cheese and milk powder contained in the package. ' - , 1 FLEXIBLE DISK TILLERS That You Can Depend On t 1 ■ ■ mi ' St ■ % ■ v S; *•••■- • 4.. ' f : -■ : v Üli mm et:. . r . ; ; : . -• m ■i 1200 Standard Sur flex Sometimes one thing leads to another, like the extra bushels per acre from a mellow, even-depth seedbed. "With the Sur flex Disk Tiller, the unique penetrating ability of its independent-gang design led to stronger construction—because the f Sur flex just wouldn't quit in tough, stony ground. So you get a tiller you can depend on to stand up and do superior work in all conditions—soft, hard, or trashy, on level or rolling land. The Surflex rolls freely on anti friction bearings, and adjusts easily for smooth, work. There's a size to fit your capacity needs and your power in standard or deep-working types, from 7 to 20 feet— and you can add or remove sections if desired. See the Surflex at your John Deere dealer's , > even ■y" >■ v~*r-rr- • >x v ' vcrwwRr*'* ' M ua r . . I WÊm iü ■< ■ V m. ' : , m ■ m % ■ 4; BBRBHeraSSBHBI 2200A Deep-Working Surflex JOHN DEERE -wHceevee chop» enow, there* a srowins remand roe JOHN DEERE PARM EQUtPMÎNT* r "1 • Moline, III. a Dept. Y 26 Please send me free literature on John Deere Surflex Disk | Tillers. 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