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! > ' ‘ ~ t 9 Adjustable Arch Acme BODY—55 inches in length, ami either 20 or 23 inches in « idtli SEAT—Stiek sent pattern, as shown in cut, upholstered in either geuuine leather or whipcord. UPHOLSPEKING—We furnish this wagon upholstered in a good grade of genuine leather or whipcord. Wecan fur nish you, when leather trimmed, either a very durk green leather, red leather or light tan leather, without change in price. It has open sanitary spring cushion. WHEELS—Carefully selected hickory, in either % or % inch- tired with best \ inch round edge steel tire, bolted between each spoke. AXLES—Cebebrated long distance pattern, with dust proof boxes. BODY LOOPS—Full length of body, japanned. SPRINGS—Best oil tempered-elliptic pattern, with three leaves in front, and four leaves in rear. Can also furnish with single leaf spring when so ordered, without change in price. F1FTHWHEEL—The famous Dayton pattern, with kingbolt in rear fully warranted. TRACK—Either 4 feet 4 inches, 4 feet S inches or 5 feet I inch. PAINTING—The body receives ten coats of paint and the running gear five coats, the material used being carefully selected and every care is exercised to give the job a handsome and lasting finish. The body is painted a deep, rick black, and tbe running gear either light red, dark red, or very dark Brewster green, neatly striped. The most populnf color for the running gear is either light or dark red. as noted above NOTE—This job can be furnished with arched axles when so ordered, without extra charge. This, however, does not refer to the high arched axles such as we use on bike wagons. We do not build this job except with regular axles ns des cribed above. $37.50 Cut shows wood cross bar on spring, if Baily patent wrought iron body loops are wanted instead, there will be an extra charge of $1.25. With No. I Cotton Gangs. P The above shows the latest unproved cotton cultivator known to the trade. It contains the greatest number of practi cal features possible to combine in a walking cultivator. gf The Arch is AujustiMe, which will permit the using of this cultivator in the nnrmwest rows of either cotton c»ru or tobacco- . . Tbe Gangs are Parellell which means that shovels Hre always at. the right angles with the row regardless of the position # of the beam in or out. Cone Hearing Coupling which permit taking up of all lost motion or wear at the vital point of the gang, and insures no ^ wabble of the gang, and unusually long life to the implement. :t (irndunted Hitch Suitable for large or small team, also a very nics arrangement for balancing the frame, thereby pro- 0 venting anv neck weight whatever while working. Spring’Trip Shanks which are made of cast steel the strongest Spring-Trip manufactured, and are absolutely notibreakable under any ordinary or reasonable conditions. j’ Shanks are Adjustible up and down, and forward nnd back. This is ail an important feuture for cotton culwvation. The inner shank can be raised to suit any height of “ridge” or lowered below- the level of the outer shame if necessary. The y outer shank can be adjusted forward and back in tbe cross head to any de.sired Doint. The distance between the shanks can be closed or widened as circumstances may require, by placing shanks through in- *> ner slots in crosshead or outer slots accordingly. When using large shapes, sweeps or cotton scraper blades, where it is desired to use but one Hh*ipe on each gang, the outer shank can be taken out. entirely, the inner shank can be set in centre of cross head through a slot in middle of cross bead for that purpose thereby allowing an even and centre pull on the cross head, no s:de pull with this kind of anudjustment. u The Boots on this cultivator is adjustible forward and back to any desired angle, so that shovels can be run straight as wanted or that sweeps and scraper blades can be used at any given angle necessary for nny and all kinds of work. Handles are adjustible in and out also up and down to any desired point. Notice the neat bundle castings arranged for this purpose. Automatic Lift for gangs which does away entirely with the necessity of hooks for suspeuiiing tbe gangs, the springs J on this lift is adjustible to make gang lift as light or heavy as wanted. This lift is u novelty contained on no other moke of _Ut_A._ Cl Wheel* have Removable chilled box which means that the wheel can be repaired for a few ceuts, where** other* require a new wheel when box is worn. • . . . , M Thi* is undoubtedly the leader of all walking spring trip cotton cultivator when unit nal all of which is start and mal- . table i* considered, being the strongest and most up-to-date cultivator on the market. | These cultivators are being sold so rapidly this season that it keeps the factory run ning over time to supply the demand. It pays other people to put their money into j an Acme. It will pay you. But it does not pay the man who says I'll wait till later on or till next year. If it will pay you next year, it will pay you this year. If it will j pay after while, it will pay now. They cost no more now than they will later on. Buy One now and then you’ve got it. We have already sold nearly a carload. § * Price, complete with 4 shovels, 2 calf tongues blades and 2 fenders $20.00. Acme Cultivator UPHOLSTERING—Cushion and back. Each job has a solid panel spring back, and open bottom sanitary spring cushion and when ordered with full leather or (piarter leather top we give vou your choice of the following material for up holstering: Genuine leather, in either a dark green, red or light tan color; light colored whipcord, or dark green all-wool broadcloth When ordered w ith rubber drill top price includes imitation leather cushion and back only. WHEEL—Carefully selected hickory, in either ft. % or 1 inch; tired w ith % inch round edge steel tires, bolted between each spoke. AXLES—The celebrated long distance pattern, with dust-proof box. SPRINGS—Rest oil-tempered s^eel. three leaves in front and four leaves in rear. FIFTHWHEEL—The famous Dayton pattern, with kingbolt in rear, fully vvarranteed. RUDY—55 inches in length, and either 1(J, 20 or 23 inches in width. BODY LOOPS—The celebrated Bailey patent, guaranteed, wrought steel. TRACK—Either wide or narrow, always specify which is warned. PAINTING—The body received ten coats of paint, and the running gear five coats, only the beat and most reliable mat erial is used, and every possible care is exercised to give the job a high lustre and lasting finish. The body is painted black, and running gear can be furnished in either n very dark Brewster green, dark red, or light red, neatly striped. NOTE—Price complete with shafts, storm apron, wrench, etc. If pole in place of shafts, or other special feature* not in cluded in descsiption are ordered extra change will lie made for same. In ordering specify width of track, sixe of wheel* and body, color of gear, and grade of top and upholstering wanted. We do the rest. Cut shows wood cross bar on Spring. We furnish the Bailey patent body loops without extra charge. Price with rubber drill top $39.50. Price with quarter leather top = 44.50. Price with full leather top 48.25. Usually sold for $611 to $75. We sell Surreys Cheap too. Single Harness from $4.50 up. Double Harness from $11.75 up. Sample buggies and sample harness always on hand. WITH SIDE HARROW ATTACHMENT. I mg this attachment one man does double the work of the “A” barrow as the attachment ie the same aa two harrows. 1 Each sans is provided with five (5) “duck-bill” teeth made of stiff bessemer steel % square w ,. „. „ . .. P The innerKeudPof Harrow is Adjustible up and down to suit ridges or level groand. f With tbe old A harro" ' jf operator is forced to hold the harrow up on the ridge “by mam force ami awkwardness, whereas with the above attach- L, m«it the work of handling this attachment is the same and as easy as the regular gangs described above. §j This attachment is placed on same eross heads as tbe shanks above shown, bv simply taking “banks from cross •“"J* f and inserting the “Harrow Standards” in cross head on inner end, and fastening the outer standards on tbe lJfxJt stiel thank “ bar with bolt which holds outer shank on the steel bar. , * L Price of side Harrow Attachment, extra $6.00. g i y_ W. 5. Johnson & Sons, Verona, Miss.