The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Friday, March 26, 1948
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PAG* TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH. W, 1948 ' WE CAN DELIVER NOW! The curtain rises on THE NEW FERGUSON TRACTOR I mow POW« HYMMKK HtMAtJUC ovmow Moncnow coirrtoi Ml *•«•»•«•*•• I, ^,•.-.<••• *- '- <-' * Beqmmnq ... another qrevt era in power A Gre*t New F»rimng Machine t» help you cut the costs of food production still more! A powerful, rugged tractor with many new high-perfomaano* features designed from the experience of over 300,000 Ferguson System users. Stepped-up power teta yew walk away with tw» 14-inch plows—with reaerv* for the tough spots. You ran brake both wheefe with a single pedal, or one the individual brake pedals for turning. And many other improve- mcnte for greater safety, economy and convenience. A Misec of Fnet! Powerful Continental vaive-in-head engine, combined witk the weight-saving and automatic traction control of the Ferguson System, gives you more work from & gallon of fuel than you ever dreamed possible! High-torque design to give you amazing lugging power at Vow engine speed*. Responsiv* governor, fully enclosed from trash and diist. High- cfnciency cooling fan and removable-"wet" sleeves with full-length water circulation. An engine built to "lake it!" A New Syatem for Low-Cost Hauling with revolutionary method of linking trailer to tractor. With this new Ferguson System of transportation you can haai load* of J tons or more out of soft fields, up steep grades, on slippery roads or over rough ground. On countless farms, located at average local market distances, this latest Ferguson invention slashes costs of hauling farm products—a revolutionary new solution to your farm transportation problems. Onkj the Ferguson System, invented, perfected ami patented by Harry Ferguson, and authorized onJy for use in the new Ferguson Tractor, gives you oJJ ^pe of these big advantages: t. Penetration without excessive implement weight. 2. Both finger tip and\automatie hydraulic depth control. J. Traction without excessiva built-in weight. 4. Keeps the tractor's front end down. 5. Automatically protects both implement and tractor when the implement strikes an obstruction. See The Ferguson Tractor Now On Display IKD rCROUS'ON SYSTEM IMPLBMBNTS JACK ROBINSON IMPLEMENT Co 500 East Mo in Street Blytheviiie, Arkansas Phone 2371

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