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eack—does not waste it in the etadt All the Grain Is Coming to Yon :om£any• ADVERTISEMENTS Every kernel of the grain you have raised is yours. Then why let any of it go into the straw stack? You don't have to any more. The Grain-Saving Stacker returns to the separator and into the sack or wagon the.grain that is blown to the LIST OF MANUFACTURERS United States Peoria- IU- ^a Pottstown, Pa. Bmerson-Brantingham Co., Rockford. IU. Farmers Independent Thresher Co., Springfield, 111. A. B. Farquhar Co., York, Pa. Ferdinand Machine Works,' Belleville, IU. Sapttlied ty (Ac Aultman 8c Taylor Machinery Co., HubexkManufacturingCo.,Maxioa« Robt. Bell Engine & Threahe* Mansfield, Ohio Ohio Co- Ltd- sSrforth o»t Co Ltd*, Seaforth, Oat. IUinota Thresher Co., Sycamore, A.D. BakerCompany,Swanton,0. 111. Banting Manufacturing Co., Keck^Gonnerman Co„ Mt. Toledo, Ohio Vernon, Ind. Machine Co.. Batavia, Jje Tractor Manufactorina jjffa Co., Des Moines, Iowa *•«««. ffo. Girardeau, L(ak Mfj£ Co Kanaaa City J-k^to.^SfhingMaChiaeCO- MaChine H££°" E1^«S^nepfriC,llt,IraWork8, Mo. Clark Machine Co. St. Johnsvillc, Ma^^d Thr^her Co.. Ltd.. The Grain-Saving Stacker Originated With the Indiana Manufacturing Company, Indianapolis, Ind., Who Also Originated the Wind Stacker. t's the reason for this low price. This saves you the difference between my price and the price of the high-priced separators. I cut out all waste and sell you at rode bottom wholesale figure. You get your new Galloway "unitary right fresh from my factory floor. You buy in the most economical way—the modern way of doing business. TRIAL TEST FOR 180 MILKINGS Sold on 90 dayB* trial. Has strong, sanitary base Tank of pressed steel Heavy tinware I Sanitary bowl: Discs separate from each other 1 for washing. Takes only a few of them to skim a I lot of milk. Oream pail shelf and bowl vise com* Ibined with hinge for lowering. High carbon nk shaft (just 50 revolutions per minute), I bath and sanitary drip pan. Order Lot No. 2-FX100. Price in Price in lots of (100 reels red. or more) per 2-PX102 Price in lots of (SO reesl or more) per reel. Sl.H be*t threshing machine manufacturer* Demanded by the beet farmers and threshermen The Grain-Saving Stacker Delivers It stack in the ordinary proc ess. Demand the Grain-Saving Stacker on the machine for your next job. See that above trade-mark (in colors) is on each side. Write to any of the list below for full informa tion about this sterling profit-saver. Ccmada Dominion Thresher Co., Ltd., New Hamburg, Ont. J* B. Dore & Fils., Ltd., Laprairie* Que. Ernst Bros. Co., Ltd., Mt. Forest, Ont. Jo!?HGog^i8°n Co" Bros.,' Ltd^ MUdmay. Rusaell & Co, MaMillon, O. Sawyer-Malwey Co, Ltd.. Russell Wind Stacker Co., Indianapolis, Ind. City, Okla. Ferdinand, Ind. Frick Company, Waynesboro, Pa. Harrison Machine Works, Swayne, Robinson & £ompanyt Richmond, Ind. The Westing bouse Company, Schenectady, N. Y. .jsey Hamilton, Ont. Stewart Sheaf- Loader Co., Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd. (U. S. Agency), Moline, IU. Wallace Machine Works, Ltd., Southwest Mfg. Co., Oklahoma Sussex, N. B. Waterloo Manufacturing Co* Ltd., Waterloo, Ont. R. Watt Madhinc Works, Ltd., getown, Ont. George White & Sons Co., Ltd., London, Ont. All Size* et Proportion• afefy Low Price* Direct from Galloway's Factories That's Write for FREE BOOK Send for Galloway's bis* new Separator Book with^g loll particulars about this low price Separator Sale— or order from thi* tut— satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Write TODAY WM.8ALL0WAY. HE WM. GALLOWAY CO. 0 60S Qalloway Station limited time only we offer highest grade extra heavy barbed wire jost purchased by us at less than the cost of manufacture. Made of 12 gantre wire 4 point barb. inl.ong spaeadSin. apart. Oarafniljr coated with BpeeUlwemthar-raaiatiBC p*ii» tartfaeGoTMiimmfB Chwnista aa the best paint tot win protection. Put BD In raels containing ISO ft each weight per ml 68 lba. $150 Per Reel HARRIS BROTHERS CO., Dept. PX- 307 35 tb and Iron Streats CHICAGO tiiA TwuufAr When Writmof Advertisers WATERLOO. IOWA TodayI tttm Price in lots of (25 reels or more) per reel, fl.CS MUM Price in lotsaf (less than 25 reels) per reel. fl.n PAGE TWO MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY Old Mother Hubbard rubbered and rubbered At the rising price of gas, "It's plain," said she, "that old John D. is either going to give another million to the University of Chicago or else he's trying to make up the amount of his federal income tax inside of a week." Since Hoover has been dubbed pro-British, the Irish say that he'll have to put on some reverse English to get their votes. What has become of— All the old cocktail glasses? Charley Patterson's million-dollar slush fund "America First" magazine? Tom Parker Junkin? MOTOR GOOSE Ride a cock horse to a town by the river To see an old lady a driving a flivver, She steers with her fingers and stops with her toes, The noise wakes the neighbors where ever she goes. A state senator in West Virginia used an aeroplane to get to the capi tol to vote for suffrage. Our guess is that after the women get to voting the. senators who were against suf frage will use crutches to get from the capitol to their homes. We have watched with interest the balloon ascension of prices and ate waiting hopefully for the advertised parachute drop. Organization means that fellers in town Have got to quit kickin' the farm around. Thirteen is said to be President Wilson's lucky number. Certain ly he hasn't had much luck with article 10 or the 14 points. SPELLING CORRECT Ever since the tonnage tax became an issue in Minnesota the weakly papers have been supporting the steal trust. Cy Scroggins says that after watching some Russian dancers he knows why Russia went Bol shevik. Cut and Dried BAD HAPITS AD habits, so I've often heard, are ev'ry mortal's curse they drive us on from good to bad and then from bad to worse. Now alcohol and nicotine have never bother ed me, but still I have a habit bad, I know you will agree. This craving first attacked me when I was aged one min ute my parents missed the danger and, in fact, they helped me it. The habit grew from day to day, almost from how to hour, and now I firmly clutched and held within its awful power. This habit—it is eating my craving is for food my parents and myself both thought that it would do me good. But ah, if they but could have seen the awful consequence I'm sure that they never would have helped me to commence In early years it wasn't bad, I hardly felt the cost with prices as they are today I feel that I am lost. What can I do I hardly know. It doesn't seem quite fair to force a Tn»n who's used to bread to go through life on air. I.must swear off on beef and pork, potatoes too, alas! The only chance for me, it seems, is just to live on grass. One tip I have for youngsters, and this is how I word it- Don ever start in eatmg, you never can afford it." A Minnesota farmer owned a mule. When he drove it into town one day a local politician, thinking he would win a laugh by making the farmer the butt of a joke, asked him: "What do you call your mule— Townley?" "No, I've got too much respect for Mr. Townley," the farmer replied. "Then what do you call,him—Burn quist?" "No", I've got too much respect for the mule." Palmer is trying to cut the living cost by selling cheap cuts of meat twice a week. After he gets through with that job, perhaps he'll be reliev ing drouths with a sprinkling can. For the number of revolutions per ipinute, Germany, Russia, Mexico and the 1920 automobile engines seem to be close competi tors. As we remarked once before, con gress was able to bounce Berger twice in less time that it takes to get rid of Newberry once. One thing that isn't subject to the general advance is a lady's age. Anew disease, known as chauffeur's tongue, is making its appearance dur ing the political campaign. In this disorder the tongue is always running people down. "I hear all your constituents know you well, senator." "Yes, that's just the trouble." The millennium must be approach ing. An anti-League paper in Oregon admits that it made serious mistakes in quoting North Dakota tax figures. Ibanez, Spanish novelist, said American men should take a stand against being dominated by women. And then he left hurried ly for Europe. Henry Ford is going to make air ships now. We hope he puts on a self starter if the engine were to stop in midair it might be inconvenient to .have to get out to crank. Little grains of humor, Little bits of rhyme, Help to fill this column, But gosh, they do take time!