The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1960
Page 16
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} The autoloader that puts performance first! THE FEATHERWEIGHT REMINGTON MODEL RETAIL PRICE $114 »e* SHOTGUN available only In 12 gauge A grade with plain barrel- 3-«hot autoloading The Remington Model 878 "Auto- master" is made to make every shooter a better shooter. Its years ahead design combines highest quality materials and C S , M craftsmanshl 'P- Here is today's most n H • gU " l ° g ' VC > ou feature-after-feature unsurpassed ,n any gas-operated shotgun you can buy. .There's the "Power-Piston"_ a feature of the exclusive Remington "Power-Matic" action-that adjusts For all its ruggedness, the " Automastcr is a trim Hatief PETERS POWER ...stops man-eating tigers!" Say* James $. Crone, Big Game Hunting Service, Palo Alto, Calif. 'S. * ntltm *> **«'•»•. *• 'I *sappaar the M|k yellow IUSMS. Thai's why a cartful!* placed irst idol mmt do the job Ami for m» mn»V Ike » H IM ..ill for IM (ob W.;, -CrlK 0 '• T . he man-eating Royal Bengal tiger of Central India is among the hardeat game to bring down. four doalir his a lii|t variety of Ptttrs "High VMoeity" M| lame eartridfts in various bulltt typti and callbors. "l»Mr- Btlttd" or pfol*ct«d-point a«- pandiRi bvlltti paMlral* dt«p •ilk poiitlv* tipiRtio* a.d mi.imumdisi«(t|ratiM. A.d oclvsivt "R.illats" prlminf |i«« you iplif-Mcoiid Ifnition. PETERS packs the power! MNM CARniDtM BJVMIAftl UMkA«^»_ - CAiniMI MVrllON, MIMWOftT 1 CONM - tal ^. Awi Time and effort are worth money. You might be surprised at how much can be done around your farmstead to make choring easier and faster. If you are spending time lugging feed or performing routine chores when field work is urgent, real money is slipping through your fingers. Long-range planning and big improvements are nne, but a few small improvements in chore mechanization may be of big help in improving your operation. Look first at the big jobs that require the most time and are done every day, such as feeding silage to cattle Are you pitching it down, filling baskets and then carrying them out to the feed bunk? Perhaps your feed bunk can be extended out from the feed room with a cart running on the edges to carry a complete feeding out in one trip. The cart can be parked under the chute for filling. Storing all feed as close as possible to the point where it will be used will save steps. Small electric-powered augers can load grain easier than you can by hand, and this releases your time to do something else. As you look for ways to eliminate the little jobs, keep in mind how your entire operation might be modernized with the bigger items of farmstead mechanization. May hay or gram can be fed mechanically in the barn by th,5 apron conveyor bunk. The apron i, made manure spreader parts and can be reversed to s-lage from the silo chute at one end of the barn or from the other end. Vertical ,lat, above the bunk prevent fighting for space at the bunk. prevent C O*TINENTAL FENCE **!> aUARANTEED/ for XMAJT h* (9 lih The on* and only ContintnUI Fltmt-S»»M Fence. Rtilstt rait to well that firmer* report Installations up to M years old- and still going atrongl Full gauge copper steel wire, with tougher, denser, and tighter zinc coating mad* possible by eicluslve FUme-Sealed method. See your Continental Dealer today.

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