The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 6, 1954
Page 9
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, BL7THEVTLLJB (AKR.) COURIER PAOf NINE Now, With These Exclusive New Features.... International-Harvester Cotton Pickers Do The Job Even BETTER! High-Drum McCormick M-iao, for fall, high-yielding cotton, mounts on the Formal! Super M-TA and Super M $*ri«t frocfors. NEW BROACHED SPINDLES Pick more cotton from the bur . . . doff easier and faster . . . last longer than any other type! Why? Because of a unique type of construction: barb* are cut into spindle rather than extended above the wearing surface. Results: reduced tension of spindle on fibers . . . easier, faster doffing without tangling or distortion . . . less doffer friction and longer doffer life ... and a self-sharpening spindle edge that minimizes spindle upkeep costs. * NEW FLUSH TYPE OILING Increases picker life and efficiency . . . prolongs bushing life ... flushes out harmful abrasives . . «. and saves oil! Consists of a 2-gallon, double- compartment, gravity-feed tank with separately controlled hoses running to each picker drum. When operator opens shut-off valves, the bars are flooded with lubricant. Severely tested in all major cotton- growing areas, has proven superior to, and replaces the Drip Oiler system used on older cotton pickers. NEW BONDED DOFFER Maximum picking efficiency . . . longer service life ... faster, cleaner doffing! IH precision engineering and design, long- wearing cold rubber is combined with th« highest grade aluminum obtainable, into a sturdy, one-piec* unit. The hub is precision- machined to fit perfectly on the doffer shaft. Ample hub area is provided to hold securely and prevent slippage. A perfect bond is made between rubber and aluminum to prevent warping or distortion and assure propv lug height. NEW PRESSED METAL Exclusive design and construction! Hard, for longer wear . . . yet poroiu te provide Ample oil storage for vital lubrication under modern high-speed harvesting operations. Precision matching of these bushings with spindle shafts assures that spindles will be held in the level plane required for efficient mechanical picking. low-Coif, low-drum McCormick C-14 f*am« wmS the Farmall Super C tractor to cut small acreage harvest costs. Low-DrvfH McCormick HM-14, for meatvm height cotton, mounts on Farmall Super H, Super M-TA* Super M, and M series tractors. Here's Why- YOU SHOULD BUY AN INTERNATIONAL AND WHY YOU SHOULD BUY IT FROM US. P ^-n.*. International pickers leave a cleaner row. i\ow pick 95% of open cotton . Can be mounted on any one of five Farmall tractors the Super c H Super H M and Super M. Tractor can be released for field work in other seasons of the year. 14 spindles for average size cotton, 20 spin"Ides for rank and heavy cotton. Are picked by International pickers. Eliminates picking one row twice or converting '2-row machine to 1-row. 3. Two Types of Pickers 4. Both Sides of Row - 5. Service B N 7 o Picker is better than the service depart- "ment which stands behind it. We have the parts, the factory-trained mechanics, the I-H approved tools and the know-how. Who can offer more? CHECK THESE PROVEN FIGURES! International mechanical picking costs, p*T bait, X From $12.50 To $18.00 These figures include every cost — original investmnt, interest/ operator's wages, fuel and maintenance. What Does It Cost YOU To Pick a Bale of Cotton by Hand? Remember These Facts- Over 13,000 International Pickers Will Be Used In The 1954 Cotton Picking Season Easily Twice As Many As All Other Competitive Makes Combined! And Over 192 Internationals Will Be Picking In Mississippi County Alone! INTERNATIONAL WAS THE FIRST SUCCESSFUL COTTON PICKER TO BE MASS PRODUCED! Let Us Show You How You Can Own and Operate An International Picker and Still Have More Money in The Bank This Fall! Implements "Service Holds Our Trade Blytheville, Ark. Phone 34863

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