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/ / THE RT!,LINGS COUNTY PIONEER C L b0 C R dd d F E!f'" y G tly . 51FIE,a r 0sis e uce an arm iclencrea Canary Design to Embroider .~. Increased Wtth Improved Mechantc Developments ~t ~ ~,~~ [I used,addressSendand lfl entSthe patterntn coin,number.yOur name. Xl '~ [ Due to an unusually large demand and ~UL~TR-Y~:RA~-E~sodr~SoS~OpUlt~r~ -- ~ ~ ~ |~ [current war conditions, slightly more timo ~sPeerv1~eseo~aC30ogi~. eth, St. Pau|, Minnl il~ ~ W,~ ; + l~oo N~ { [ LIFE OF MACHINERY .I { than at any time in their history, ~ /]{ N.~th %':~.~'~m {is required in filling orders for a few of :r atu, a~tlU, lJ [ [ The life of farm machinery can [ [ to make sure that machines alreaay k -L~L~%~ ~]':Jl~ ~ [the most popular pattern numbers. AUTOS, TRUCKS & ACCESS. IMcchanized Far nl Work, [be grea ely extended as pr ven[ I n the farms will co ntinue to fun c- -- ~,~~r~/; ~ [ Send your order to ~--WA~D -- { ~" -- .-. ~ [ [ by tests conducted at the Univer- [ { elan. They have manufactured as ,kD A ~ " 't ", l~agnet attachment f r F rdsgn tract r' ]['~OW ~O ]:~r ther t all ~Jx* [ [ sity f Miss uri" C rr si n and [ I many c mplete machines as avail'ot,s r~aasas. " ~:'~ ~" 1~} 1~. H. SC,ROEDE~t, Re. 1 | {I lack of care of unhoused farm 1{ able materials, manpower and gay- { [ [ machinery cut its life in half, and [ ] ernmental restrictions would permit FJ~ECTRICAL EQUIPMENT [ By George L. Gillette ,] [ added to the upkeep cost. A roe- ] [ and have maintained throughout this ------~w~- " ' L illette is ord on a few of the implements period the high standards for which era',32 ,v drills and b nc "g' ' pros/dent o/ the Farm Equtpment In- Life Amemean larm macrllnery is notes 72, /a. /~ h. p. 32 etorsh" rmaers" 1/~ l, - ",] l[ Domestic Electric. Hot Springs, So. Yak. ,titut~ and has lonx. been active in, the [ [ Equipment Housed Unhoused [ [ throughout the world. imanu/octureandd!strtOunonollarm|lWalkingplows20years15years[[ Products of the farm equip- /~ CRE~I FARM MACHINERY & EQUIP. ~nacnmery a na equipment. {{ {bang p l0ws 20 years 10 years{' m ent m aus,ry nave always l}een ~q~"~tt ~oofing---Silos I Agriculture has come a long way } j Corn planters. 8 years 4 years [ { sturdily built to take the beating .--Shingles---Paint s= Nails. e~/x~e~o {since the days when the forked stick, |{ Cultivators 20 years 8 years I i far.m work demands; some Idea M A K E FarFon.~S.LDEY L~s~E~a~ P H'ote t the scythe and the flail were the rule [ l Mowers 12 years 7 years [ [ ot yne]r s~uray cons,ruc~mn Is ] rather thsn the exception, but it was l { Binders 12 years 5 years { { Inmcamu Dy me orners xor re- { l{ Wa"ons 24 ,ears 19 years { { pair and replacement pgrts, re- hi s eed nOt uriui me auvent ux Lair. *.a" s 15store you invest, learn about the " P . . . celved by manufacturers, for tra tor S',veeD designed for graln-Shocks { ohll'lery, I~ llttle more than a con-t/o,~ a row, years 8 I , corn-shocks, haY. straw. ~en.gth o~ teetn ] tur, a-o that a~ricultural practices ] ] machines 30 and even 40 years z|~~1[~1[ ml[{[as " " {[ti1 r use on landsea[ elan ractices servlceC m was arative" estabhshed and!iJ !~ by four frame a novel mirror frame for a soiled, cage and shake well.~~r ~k~i~ ~"-~ which inches willou remove resemble you wide, from carried dip#~fr sted roller, away it~] ~z,%~,: inrrmke girls[ with wet{ ~aW~{{- ff ~g |[[{ {~ /| I~~~~ ~~ ~~~~[,#~#~ --No.S ~? { ~V~'~,~ ~,oh-No~t/ ~.DOp:y @a -- oaki, --No I ~r~ i~- -'m " *' ${{i are sea gores lu and 9 ft "rms ~eamre re,~ ~, g ' " llow$ rain" old, stilloperating Today, duces loading .resistance, daeasier gl~or~ { madeany real progress. Even ir~the [ the Great Plains areas of the [ . " P"/I/II~ ~/~FI//Ilk~""I ~'~ .~,~/-~'~i~g'~) ~ //,tn~xp,n,iva-20whippin0-N $ orthtdre |pa, ]nfl vO~'-tc sY--~och |~kO. igtt nundles, wnen aamp, ~o los " "r u at the methods used . eqmpment going Into the hands ///ll ll V ) ~k~ ] |Pleo$~ send this ed for rum full-t|~ gem-. il features not found on other makes. Clc~-Iearlyl9thce LLry }United States, expen&ture of less[ ///III V "X'~'-.~'~ i II plto~et0orb~yfromyour,t~.~tr. |{ 'a' Ltba 'entm'tcmentCo"Reyno'd"N''" *"" fne fellaheen of ancient EgYpt !- ~,man m mmuues oz man " bor r. m ~`n'e farmer m ~etter engt',a pe . /~ .1 [] L0 [ were still followed, even in many of [ bushel is not unknown when modern ] neerea man ever. CEDAR FENCE .OSTS, direc~,rommak-!the more advanced coun,ries. And,methods and machines are used. ln, Knowing something of the men n~0n~X~g II er Lowest~rieescarmaas write . r" " wh design ana manufacture these t ~Y~?~ /I g'fd ii'fi i/ I1 ~l)Gli CHISHOLM. Banner:: Ferry. Idaho. theri m the space of 50 years, ag ~- [ other crops, the story is similar and, [ culture made greater strides than I because of such methods and the [Iarm m.aenm.es, ram co nvmced m.a.~ } in the preceding 50 centuries. I marvels of present day equipment, ] me proau.c~s ~or me po.s~war era wn % # ~ [ ]Lto~ ~ ~'"sssw~ 'u~'~?se m' wa'it FAKM~ ANIX lt~F~nr~ i '. be even better The nis~ory of the ~]p ~---- ~ ~ ~. ---~W-~ 2~'~-~ ~kTff------~~ ~ ~ ] With the coming of the plow, [ ~t has been posmble for the farmers [ : ", ~.~. ~.^~ 135 acres ~n" de~o~w:Twith e"lectricity and I the reager and the other earlier [ of the Americas, Great Britain, or [ ~qu,p ~ ~.~,; # drinking CUps in Darn. .contact. [ " " farm machines farm I others of the United Nations to I one o~ conunuous progress ana oz SCHMIDT unasKa mlnn type, s us," W.s. " " " { [ r ^--"and their --roduction { ever-mcreasmg service to agricul- 44. , [ tng, mougn not an easy me, ma v ~ I ture I am confident that this record ~ BRIGHT little canary on- {{[[] MHADP~ MA T~ [[[| E LIGHTS of Pierre |~ ~ ~ " M~ITHIN SIGHT OF TH ~.~ ~:~!~`~i~:!:~.i~:~?!~.~[~i~.?~?~i~g~.~!?~`!~.~?:~?;~;~ j~.%!~.~!~i: :? [ will be even bmghter In the years ~ livens any kitchen. Use these,HI[ ~ " ~ {HI ~i~:~reft~ac/di fsrannC2 ~l:Or~rgefoa~s?dDaam~ :::ii: ii::!:.i:i-i:. iii!:::;i:::i:::::::ii:!i:.:::'i [ahead. 6 by 6 transfer designs on tea [[[[[ ~~ ~.~ [[{[ ]FOR SALE BY oWNERS--300 A dairy I ~:;~i ~ i i : . : : " [ I I thet welS'corners n cottageof a breakfastCUrtains' Onor [ill]Jill[ ~||~~ [~.~ [[[[[H{' ,rm dairy :::, ::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: :.',~ '::: :F.~: the nations wealth was leaching I ~ ~ -" "~"" '~=- [ [thicd mo~-t important mate- [ [PILESarnerTREATEDch~c methodn appomtmentsg made *.::::::~:::~:~ ~:!:2~.~' :i*~:~:::::::::~:~*~*!:i:~:::.:~:~~ ~ ~, *~ ::::*::*:~::::~ down the hi i n on Saturday and SundaYra~n4gl0 deLG' on- / ~i~i~ii;~i~::~.:~{:i~.~ ~i~.~i~}Z~i;~{~`~i~.~!*'.~ ~,~:~::::::::::::: :::::~ :::~ [ lls des and ~ to the * rlalthmgoo$1ntoatlr~. A couple of doorstops, screwed ]1 ~' ~"~''~Q" ]} drecie Bldg, Fa rgo by w--gake N D { I s~reams mat carrma ~t ~o me ocean. [ ~~ ~,"-':~ o"~:.~ ~ ":' [ S c ands were rapid y passing out into the legs of a table facing .a, [ Shor~o0es of carbon black, tex- [I / Plow used on Gem George Washingl~n's plantation in Virginia. Has [ of production, ceasing to pay taxes wall, will prevent the table from I [ tiles and wlre am largely respon- [ and to support prosperous farm [[ ] }, wood moldboard, wood standard, no lamdslde. Flat iron share and iron I[ families and communities. Villages, bumping the walle and marring it. [[ [{ a~e.r'ibl* for th. prese.~ 125cr~' a!feetsh r* of [ II lll~qP $1 I ~ [[I ulter" [ even counties, faded with the farms Em-ty salt ba~,s after bein--I I ,reel wire ore usod la On. canape- [ washed in hot suds can -- sod/ I t;onof an av~ra~e-,Iz~ po.on0~r ]! ][ 8Vi~-- ,m, [ certainly became more attrac- I of food in the war period, despite [as they "wore out." as individual shoe t)ags fo~r aurar-/] ~ Y ,a~ ,coast with | ~ th " "llet's "Man [ reduction of workers on me and To awaken the nation to the con Io, a v -an ,t was to ~ h a, of uch " { " ing evening slippers. Or, they can } { ~ /2 { II . {I } ~.o n With the de- [ Without t e "d s labor and ] sequences of this trend if not coun- be slipped over shoes to be packed ] [ ~-~ ~ i [[ ~:aY [[{ v%l aPL;ni ~ ~f~" other types of {time-saving machines, there is little [ teracted, the industry long has laid rney. [ It ~ ~i nnui ment.n . which have followed [ doubt that the millions, of men in ~ stress upon the long-pull benefits of fo a ] II ,he '. I{I in rapid succession, agricuBure's [the armed services and the mal~y I soil conservation and the part that T [e II II { + i,continued I millions more at home would hawo,farmers can play in the program by o el an artificial flowers with-] [ ~ - -::T :~W [[ HOTEL {{{ No longer does the tiLler of the [l ngsmcefaced.sermusf dcr~ses/usmgthetoolsalreadyonthefarms, out using water, place them in a ~ ~y--~ " I! --.--.A.iV III .^u m ' rintion of tha~ might have jeopardized the out and available for soil conservahon { ~I et s desc .- . . paper bag with a handful of saltI ~ ~Z~'(,g'~ II " F'IKI;IIAN II I ~a. a broth- I come of this world struggle./ efforts |{ mare,w v }1 { e;'::the%%:" ~o longer does the } It is true that thousands of per- { Contour farming, terracing and If you have%:%ld piano stool{ ~1 your kitchen furniture and it be-I I JI/.JL,UVUU[II~Hll comes a handy adjustable seat, I ~ - --7 especially convenient for ironing.I ~ Buy window shades from six to{ ~- ~ I ~ i~ r~TTT~'T-~M'S C~ |~ { increasing measure by the tractor-dow,nine toinchesallowl ngerfor wrappingthan thearoundWin-[[ .w,~ (~a,~,-- mI v Imm / operated corn-picker; cotton costs [ ~]i::i::i~:~i:,:: :~:~::.il/i:i:II :i~::~ji:):~:~:iiiiiii:~ ~!:;:: !ii the- roller. When shade becomes [ ~ ~ , ml are being reduced by the mechan- [ ~i~i!iii;~ ::::~i::~:~:~/::! ~il eeI~f //,~ ~, q~n, o/Hw~, |~ [ ical cotton picker" the primitive { ~iii~:i:~::ii:::!i:.:~! j: i~: ":~i~:'~irii: !: ::*I" ::: ::i:'~::::ii:::i!:i:[i:ii::!i!ii[~iii:i:[iiii::iii:: ::!iii~:i" :'[[':i[i:'!i: ili:" i::::: ]::+:i::i !':;:i ,~ /- ' :::: !:ii::::::: " ~c ' ~ ' !i:!:::!!~i:::;i:: :;::: ;: :?:~:~!:: ::::.: .:~ i~ Find the Cr~d$" i~ ] pump is succeed:d by thsLemleCt~:a~ J I~!~!~:~!:~!~:~:~.~ii~:~]~:~:!~::~?;~:!~ii~!!~]!i:~i:~:~.~]i~]i!~:~i~i~ii~i~:;~i~]~;~;;:~:]~![~!~!~:~i~! Y;)ii!:~i]:::.:;]~:i]:ii:i;~iiiii:i:~i::ii:~ii~[::i~!:::::: J~!!:i:]]:::[i:~!]]:Ji:::ili]:::::]i:]ii:i! a hem in top of shade and tack | lower end to roller. | ly- operated w er sy ; [ I!i!~j:~iiii~iiiii:~:~i~ii~i~]~:~:!~:~:~j~i:!~ii~i~i~i~i~ e--- "~:~!!:.'.'j!:~:~! - . . ~:~.:~::::~.~:~::~::::~'`:.:::~:;~`~`~:.: ~ >::~:~:~:`::~:~::::~:~::;.:.~.~'%~ ' "'.'+',';:.:.:"::::;:4": ':':: ~, ":'::':-:;:';,: ": : .:': ,'.* II . II {milking by machme milking. The [~:!ii~iii tofore laborious job of making ::::: :~ ::!:::i ;i:::i:ii~:: iiii~::!~-!~: i:~i~ :ii{ HH! here :: i': ":'::::'P:~ ~ ~ room. Using cotton lace about[ [~~~ il eakm chore through the newer i I!:':: ii~ i ii ~ ~iii i i ! : ::!! i e' br g - :,~::v:i:::! ::::::~:~ i. plaster of paris and place it[ ~~ t| /machines for harvesting and stor-Iti~ ::::~:::-:::/:i~::::!iii~iii::::!i::::il ii:!!iii!i:.!::~i;i:: i DICKINSON, N. DAK ling of this important crop "Z. such } li!::i~::!ii~ii~i~i!iiii~!~! i:i~::::!::i ii~around a rimless round or oval,t~[~i~ owers rages, p~CK-Up :~:::::~:* : "'~* mirror. When plaster dries the [ ~~~: ~ - { as power m,[ [!::.::::~:::::::::::::~:~:!:~:~:~:!!:: i: :::~:~!~::: ~;~ balers, forage harvesters. And r S0 [ ~ ii~ mu~tuALINSTRUMENI~ . {,+ ~ eachstevanimprovement li ~:::ii ~ lace.{ ~~ pX&NOS--I,~mC P,ANO W A~.EROO~S "~'v'r'hheold; less'labor in growing/~ i~ There's No Doubt o~ It-- [ ~aPnion~egra~dasfi ws~e~s~a:.mo~.*bs'uut land harvesting of food and feed [ ~2/riced tram $35 to . . raisin in horti ~:iii:i::i::Ji::i:;::::~ Terms: 30?', down, 12co~t~ bp~lanec~l'st" [ croPs; in livestock ~:; branc~ I i i, This Chap Got the Bird I A ertain enow had a bit too / Itliaia I much to drink at a party one } {}~ ""~,heWa,~.L?~ .~n~ead.s ! night, yet to the surprise of his [ i~ ,',~~,~'fo~ teet~ ! housekeeper managed to get home [ i C'~ox Ta ~ safely. ~ ~,shl,e- .~. ~rO .O.~r~m How,~,d you ~nd th~ ho~ ~o / Hit e. IkL07, ~"" easily? asked the woman.{ ~ wkwrw,~'--- . .~ Job of raising the . . . . "You're so nearsighted and it was i "- ;- ,- =-- #aoa~ m I~ ] Im mscussmg me part which mad- serve to underline the lmlmr-oneer publication" ' as to contour unusually dark out last n~ht." ",' ,- ,~, Y~LI~ ~~" i I la-s in saving tance of substituting improved farming and about the plow he used "My host lent me a lantern so |'~'~'~"~"~'~"k'~"~"l~'~'~"~'A" |~m |} ti~n:an~ ~:~o3or~ ~e ~armer, we food producing equipment for on his son-in,law's Virginia farm. I could see without difficulty." [ TO HELP GAI~ / I t" ,", - --. ~. = '', are apt -- ovenoo~c some of the.e I~ tools o, tl~e anc,ents. B.ut Jefferson.s efforts to teach the A little later in the day, the feL i .4~ /~ ~a.r P/I, [ ,r Tr R 1 [ important servtces which it renders ,l~man~,~canh,g:t,a2:ng~thWl:uhffto3&~Yr Pe Z:ren~7;:ia~rem.er:3bu~ ]owreceived anote from his host,~ 4 I At I-~A .t~-~. ~-~." " I 1, the ;oh of food proauction. ~ %". 7 ~ o -- of the previous evening. | ! ~'~ ~/~ I I ~". "-- ui,~ment has donethe mesas of pro-ucmg It. commumry ana national prosperity, "Dear Chum," it said, "will you [ //] [ L/ c7[ Old ETAL, BAGS, ~ou~, ,~ ~" one thi were soon forgotten in the rush to please return my canary and bird- [ 'wna /xeep loom M {{more than any other ng tO With the wider d,strlbutlon of . . . wrgm tands that opened up to i J [ ables the farmer to both contro~ ana even more efficmnt machme tools iW RUBB[R and PAPER i } neutralize weather hazards. It on: present-day eqmpment and the new, ~otflero os tho T ;c;~r~ D i ~" e thus ana omer ~errzmrial acquisitions [ shorten h~s crop handling t~m,of agmculture to be available k - " - * -' ~ rk th t Dec ones young ~armers ~oward the ~gNU Y 33----45 [ increasing the amount of wo a~ after the war, is it too much to hope 'mid West and the Pacific ~ -- -- [ can be done in the hours of stmshin that the scourge of famine may be ~rhfle good farmers on'their own j ]allotted to him; weed control and stamped out entirely~ In tony A~## ~.~ j .~- -- m to indi . " . . initiative followed conservatmn A r'l~w ~ i-l~v l eradication can ve aaap~ea "event, the manuzacturers oz farm little" 001~gl IIma~.uIm@ II i~il~ ~il II~q[dlm~ [ vidual weeds; controlled plowing equipment can be relied upon to do P p . . I)' was ! ~i~tst~:a/:~ernv~b~qZ Ei~a~;~ ::~c~::h~yoe;~i aone m an orgamzea manner unu, )RIM FLAKES 1 c tmmng to produ ve n U "b actt o "co of the erosion of top ~ five erosion control zs made pasta le militar u oses 0 ~ ~ W~l V il { - " --echanized farm and y p rp,S011 on cultlvated lands; set Up era- M ii V ~i ww ~ ~ througn moaern, m ~ . . - ~ [ " * "" -" "-^-e tend to in- Doing Big War Job, san-control expemment stations and (*Underorm preparation ~orl~.~!~/~i), 1{ equ,pmen~.crease acre-e~-" ~ ~,~.~y~ ,u~ ;. m~nv Their factories have been turning instituted an mtenmve" ' study of soil ~ie~ ~ :ii~ii!~i~.("~ [ cases,' save entire crops, out immense quantities of munitions erosmn. In 1935 the Soft Conserva- ~~,Cost Per Unit Decreased. and material fo ' " "" J " "" ~ ~ ~t||H A, ~t~ F00d$" -- ~.#~ n an- and the w~ll contmue tome mlaale oI las~ year ~ of the ~~ ~J~" ] One hundred years ago, with tools a d ",Y " " . ' . . O a fan as the emer encre sm~es naa sou conservatlon dls ~~~ ~f [then available, it required several do s s g ~ Y " " " -----" Kell ' C ~ ~ d h r uxres The have roduced more re tr~c~s totaling 1,114 ana emDracmg "~':':::::::~" ~ ] days of man labor to grow an a-q ! " Y "" P " " " "~" 4 ~ ~ k|,o~g s orn 1;'lakes bring you nearly all ,If ~,the protective food elements of the whole j ,mag~aW&Ai~ [vest an acre of. wheat. Today, in parr parts m trio las~ severa~ years ozv, u~,lw acres. ~U~i ID IIII II II U I1~/ - ~ Being vitally interested in this of- ~ ~ declared essential to human a'~trlti n" I IIIIInn [ ~~i~~: ~ REPAIR FOR 1946 fort long before there was an or- - ------- -------, om i ~ i~ V|M il [ ;i;:iiiiiiiiiili !iii!!ii~;:iiiii~i :;!~iii;iii:;iiiii;i ;:;::i!i:i:;!~::iiii! It is always easier, costs less and ganized conservation program, the ~r,na,fll~T CR[~II,:::i~~~~::::~:~ takes less time to prevent a farm industry naturally got behind and co- ~~~E]~li SPR{IIN',~, |Nil STRIIINS Mus ~lor Aches ond Poins. Stiff Joints Bmis~$ /