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The progressive farmer. [volume] (Winston, N.C.) 1886-1904, May 12, 1886, Image 8

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8 THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER I'MmM
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in WORK and CONVENIENCE than any other machine for the eame purpose. Perfect j"SEPARATTOG and GRADING, sim
the complete-SELF-BAGGING arrangement, which in itself SAVES THE LABOR OF ONE MAN. The VICTOR has two dioei
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which work independent of each other, and which can he Regulated, at the will of the operator from a light to a heavy shake, thereby changing the quality and volume of
each Grade as may be desired; the Blast is also readily changed from a mild breeze to a strong blast, by means ot the Fan Gauges on each side 01 the r;
Four grades are made in preparing seed -the first grade being all the perfect grain, for seed; the second grade tor market or milling purpose ; o
I rising all the small and faulty grains and. particles; and the fourth grade is that which is carried oft' by the combination ot Zinc Screen work and the blast, .bach giade is
deposited into separate bags, as shown in Cut; 'and the first and second can be run together in the same bag if desired.
Semmtes from Wheat all foul stuff, such as Oats, Fvve Cockle, Garlic, Cheat, White Caps, &c, and with the same operation Grades the grain being treated; and will scpa
TiTTyc n to t atjt.vv i,ovfl iun rmwn yALop. Arill olcr rlnon nnrl crmrl a On.tfl in n, iifrtect manner: while tor cleamnfiT lax beeu it nas no equal, or
for Barlev, Peas, Corn, Rve, Coffee, Rice, Clover Seed, Timothy Seed, Orchard Grass, or any kind of Grain or Grass Seed.
This machine is run byhand or by power without any extra attachments; and by removing two small bolts the Machine is knocked down ready for shipping moving or
packing away. Hence it is the most convenient Machine to handle, takes up the least room, does the most work and gives the best satisfaction ot any Fanning Mill on the
m Akrge number of certificates could be given in regard to the Machine; but to show how the VICTOR is appreciated by all the leading Farmers and Grain Dealers, we
give a ifst'of the sales, nearly all of which were made by one Agent in the short space of three months:
NAMES. POST OFFCE.
TT T MVpr Bethania, N. C.
J A Wolff, ". " "
M C Clayton, .Sedge Garden, "
J W Davis, Red Shoals, "
J G White, ....Germanton, "
Stephen II Davis, Westminster, "
Tj i i?Je:le, .ucinaum,
W A Ciiafin, Germanton,
Len W Anderson, Pine Hall,
W C Mathews, Walnut Cove,
W A Clark, Farmington,
L A Furches, "
It A Blaylock, Kernersville,
J N Philer, Elmwood,
Levi Powlass, Salisbury,
Walton & Lverlv, Third Creek,
Barber & Lyerly, " "
Franklin Phifer, Elmwood,
J Ar Brawley, Shephard,
Jese W Miller, Third Creek,
J C Cowj n, " "
M A File, " "
B W Phifer, Elmwood,
J S Troutman, Statesville,
DJBrawlev, "
E P Casey Calhala,
T A Walls, Statesville,
W E Morrison,
Jacob Bisten,
E M Brawlev,
W A Lash, Walnut Cove,
J M Arnt, Catawba Station,
Q M Smith Conover,
Franklin Phifer, Elmwood,
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NAMES. POST OFFICE.
P P Green, .Cana, N. C.
Deal & Hunt, Catawba fetation,
,1 C Miller,
David Christopher..
E Gant and C F Conner,....
J B Little & Fox, Conover Station,
Mrs Nancy Sherrill, Newton,
P E Huit & Hull,..
Silas Wike,
R E Fetzer & Yost,
Logan Smver, ;
M M Smyer & G P Sides,
Goder & Finger,
Bost & Williams,
Jacob Lutz,
John F Keener,.... Maidain,
J A Bowman & A M Wilson, Newton,
P E Fry,
A M Propst,
S T Wilfong,
G L & R L Shuford, ...Jacob's Fork,
EHuntsucker, " "
M Goder and P W Sigmon, Hickory,
S M Abernethey & J S Whitner Co.,
Daniel II Whitner,
Jas E Wilfong,
W Smithdeal, Salisbury,
J S Fleppin, Francisco,
William Hinson, Newton,
A Costner, ....Lincolnton,
Minor Seagle,
Wm Ramsaur,...
John Pendleton,
J R Blackburn,
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NAMES. POST OFFICE.
Max Warlick, lincolnton, X. C.
Conrad Sonce, " "
Reef & Lain, Newton,
II E Fries, Salem,
E Frost,. ..Cana,
T J Ramsaur, Lincolnton,
J D Hoover,
C J Frazier
Dr E Powell,
R M Roseman,
J A Robinson,...
J A Miller & R Mostelter,
E S & J II Rhodes,
G W Causler,
Eli D Ramsaur,
J J Havener & Seagle,
P M Hauser & Co.,.
M Wise & E Black,
J W Linhardt,
John Hudasill,
G W Heofner, ;
S Blackburn, Newton,
D W Ramsaur,.. "
G A Baitev,. Williamsburg,
W W Turner, Vance,
G H & II P Havener, ..Lincolton,
D A Coon, "
Capt J E Gilmer, Winston,
J M Clark, Lincolnton,
M Ingram & Sons, Lilesville,
J A Roberts & R M Petree, Keepsville,
C E Robinson,
C L P Havener, "
C A Conover & P II Little, Catawba Station,
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3?rice List of Machines A.t tlie Factory.
No. 1 Machine, with Grain and Grass Screens,
No. 1 Machine, with Wheat and Oat Screens, - - -
! No. 1 Machine, with Wheat Screens, - -
CAPACITY OF NO. 1 MACHINE, TWENTY BUSHELS PER HOUR.
25.00
23.50
22.50
No. 2 Machine, with Grain and Grass Screens,
No. 2 Machine, with Wheat and Oat Screens,
No. 2 Machine, with Wheat Screens,
33.00
31.00
30.00
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CAPACITY OF NO 2 MACHINE, SIXTY BUSHELS PER HOUR..
XW Agents wanted in all parts of the United States to sell the VICTOR, one of the best selling Machines in the market.
Address all orders and letters to
Feb. 10.
Winston Agfieiltiral Woife,
TO YOU.
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JLNY g001Z YO U WjZJVT, OF AJSTTT JCTJVJD. will be sent
post-paid, to curty acLoZress on receipt of t?ie
PUBLISHERS' PRICE.
J. W. DENMARK. & GO., RALEIGH. X. C.
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Head(iapters ht Tobacco Quaao.
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SEND FOR OUR. MAILING PRICE LIST,
WINSTON, N.C
We are Headquarters for the following Tobacco Fertilizers which are used ami re
commended by thousands of the best farmers throughout Piedmont N. C:
BRITISH MIXTURE, G. OBER & SON'S SPECIAL COMPOUND,
OTL BRAND TOBACCO GUANO, LISTER'S AMMON
; IATED PHOSPHATE, AND GAME GUANO.
We also carry a LARGE AND WELL SELECTED stock of
When in Winston, visit our House, it WILL PAY YOU.
W. T, CARTER & GO.,
WINSTON, N. C.
March 3rd, 1886.- 4-3m. . -
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