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The Bryan eagle. [volume] (Bryan, Tex.) 1880-1913, April 24, 1913, Image 2

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THE BRYAN WEEKLY EAOTE
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or, simply let it grow?
To get the maximum crop you must
cultivate your ground, and cultivate it
in the right way the Oliver way.'
The Oliver
No7l Cultivator,
is made to cultivate your
crops better than they
were ever cultivated be
fore. It is made to light
en your work because it
is the easiest to guide, to
raise to lower.. and to
adjustX Q
It is built for service and .
will serve youwell
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WE SELL ONLY THE
Genuine Original Oliver
A FULL LINE OH DISPLAY
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Volunteer Balance Frame Cultivator ith No. 13 Gang.
SPRINGS Balance springs counterbalance the weight of the gangs
so that the effort to raise or lower them is unappreciable. These
springs can also be set to influence the position of the gangs in relation
to the row. When desirable to work close to the corn the springs can
be adjusted so that the natural position of the gangs is near tne row,
thus relieving the operator of the effort usually required to hold them
in the proper course. The opposite adjustment is as easily made, so
that the gangs may be as effectively drawn away from the row.
, with an
Oliver No. 2
Cultivator
and do it better and with
less labor on your part.
A cultivator you will
enjoy following. Built
right.
The Oliver Way
Highest arch, lightest
draft cultivator made
IDEM-
Ball and Roller Bearings Deering mowers are famous for their
light running characteristics and have justly been called the lightest
running mower on the market. They are well supplied with ball and
roller bearing at all points of great wear. These bearings are of spe
cial value for the reason that they permit only smaM areas of contact,
and consequently reduce friction.
A Full Carload of the Famous
Deering
Mowers
Rakes
Unloaded this week. Let our
salesman show you,
If you are not on our mail
ing list drop us a postal
and we will be pleased to
mail you descriptive matter
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P. & O. TEXAS VICTOR Y CULTIVATOR.
Texas Victor, Style Y: Made with a short frame; has two levers
with lift springs on the ratchets. All Victor cultivators made with
short frames are intended for work in cotton fields, but they are equally
well adapted for the Southern corn fields. As cotton cultivators usu
ally run on a narrow track, the short frame is made to allow the
wheels to be set well to the front, so the gangs can have a wide
swing, the outside shovels cultivating the ground directly back of the
wheels. This style is made with the springs on the ratchets, it being,
the best method of attaching them where heavy gangs are used.
When the gangs are in ths ground, there is no upward pull, and the
gangs hang as a dead weight, a particularly desirable feature in hard
ground. The upward lift caused by the springs is only exerted after
the levers pass a given point, when the springs counterbalance the
weight of the gangs: Where conditions demand it, the tension on
the gangs can be regulated from a dead weight to a spring balance.
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P. & O. Jewel Hammock Cultivator.
The hammock scat cultivator is without question the most popular
tvpe of cultivator on the market, and the Jewel possesses all the de
Mrab'e features used in the construction of a tool of this type. In a
great many points it posseses merit peculiarly its own which entitles
it to the first place amorg moilcrn cultivators.
The Deering New Ideal Hand-Damp Rake: The Deering New
Ideal hand-dump rake is similar to the self-dump rake, with the ex
ception of the dumping mechanism and the cleaners. On the hand
dump rake a steel overhanging cleaner removes the hay from the
teeth when the rake is dumped. The levers and dumping arrange
ments work easily and smoothly. By means 'of the foot lever and
weight of the driver, dumping becomes a very simple operation.
ware
The Truth: "OUR VERY BEST" is the Very Best
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