The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1950
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•-Aiflono Upper Des Moine, Tuesdoy, March 28, 1950 ' ~~ ———-—————_^______ s ... : rw«««l:M.M»,^^ I AKrltK J BiriilflP mJmm A mm . . i s • • i BARGAIN COLUMN W ff VI ff i r* 5 Jf I fit w 5 7! V 7! I •x 7* I o—o Stock No. 731, IHC Mtd. 2-row planter for H or M___$165.00 Stock No. 779, Vulcan Stalk Cutter 65.00 Stock No. 121, Oliver 2-row hand lift cult 125.00 Stock No. 147, Oliver rub. tired horse mower 55.00 Stock No. 154, M.H. 7-ff. pickup attm., like new 65.00 Stock No. 163, 2-16 IHC plow, new raydex bottom, 160.00 Stock No. 174, J.D. 3-14 plow 95.00 Stock No. 184, J.D. No. 25 2-row mtd picker : 250.00 Stock No. 205, IHC 2-14 plow 45.00 Stock No. 215, Hamilton 8-ft. ferf. spdr on steel 65.00 Stock No. 242, AC 2-14 plow 75.00 StocV No. 244, MM 8-ft. combine w/motor and pickup 600.00 Stock No. 251, IHC 10-20 tractor, run, good 85.00 Stock No. 272-A, IHC Cult for F12 so.OO Stock No. 288, JD baler with motor 200.00 Stock No. 300, Moore', Stalk Cutter 195.00 Stock No. 317, J.D. 2-14 plow __: _ 60.00 Stock No. 326, Papec ensilage cutter 35' pipe, excel. 185.00 Stock No. 335, IHC 22B picker for F30 or F20 275.00 Stock No. 336, Minn, hay loader 35.00 Stock No. 378, Oliver No. 109 adj 2-14 plow 95.00 Stock No. 424, AC 1942 model "40" combine, PU and Straw Spdr. __. 375.00 Stock No. 383, J.D. spdr on «te«J SO.OO Stock No. 389; M.H. 1949 2-row cult fit, 30 & 44 150.00 Stock No. 390, Graham-Hoeme 8' plow on rubber. __ 250.00 Stock No. 393, No. 20 vulcan landroller, new 300.00 Stock No. 394, Huber 7' combine, motor, PU, & SK 650.00 Stock No. 403, J.D. 8' binder, swather 60.00 Stock No. 411, Cross Cyl. corn shelter A-1 cond 75.00 Stock No. 415, Farmers Friend 50 1 Elev Cpt. 365.00 Stock No. 422, AC 2-14 plow 55.00 Stock No. 427, J.D. A tractor & Cult 895.00 Stock No. 429, Woods Bros. 1949 1-row picker __ 750.00 Stock No. 430, J. D. 1946 Field Forage Harvester 775.00 Stock No. 432, Oliver Std. RC tractor on rub w/cult 325.00 Stock No. 435, AC K crawler tractor with Baker dozer incl pumps 875.00 Stock No. 437, J.D. 1939 25 2- row picker 375.00 Stock No. 438, Litchfield Spdr Stock No." "444," ~G-T V Spring tooth w/bar 5500 Stock No. 451, J.D. 2-16 plow on rubber 115.00 "My Gleaner 6-Foot Combine' Sure Gets a Lot of Harvesting Done .... Says A. M. LEMKE Kossuth County Farmer new-low grain bin model Consider these features: • Height to top of bin 7'8". • Simple Design — No complicated drives. • "Full Jeweled." Every bearing a ball or roller. • Quality Construction-Higher resale values prove this. • Auger type harvester with Direct forced feed to cylinder • Over 10 feet of Separating length. • Rugged-Dependable-Has the stamina to stand long grinds without time consuming breakdowns. • Independent structural steel shockproof frame. • Drop forged steel reversible cylinder bars. • A practical combine-every farmer can afford. '" Here Is What Some Other Farmers Have To Say About The Gleaner Combine: I have |ust completed harvesting my second crop with this machine and have been more than pleased with its all around performance in harvesting flax, oats, barley, beans and rye. I expect to get many years of efficient use out of my Gleaner combine." I. A. J., Worthington, Minn. "We have done a considerable amount of custom cutting -.? u" e r r L e0le '!!? far , mer wa * verv P le ««* with the ff ,: , As the m «h'"e d oes not u$e eanva$es and w , th its solid type construction, our repair bill has been at a minimum. E. H., Fairfield, Iowa with thi$ iaht fhu h y bad euttin 9' bu » i ooVita 8, u°- wn he yr grain and $aved the fl««i"I operate the machine and handle all the grain without any he p whatsoever. I don't know what I w'ould o7 don* "" ^ G ' Cane J. M., Stang, Nebr. Mr. FARMER Timely Items Now on Hand • RAYDEX PLOWSHARES • TRACTOR PAINTS ft DISC TRANSPORTS • YETTER DISC COULTERS • FIRESTONE TRACTOR TIRES • LINDSAY LEVER FLEXIBLE HARROWS • GEHL HAMMER MILLS Lay in a Stock of "TRACTO" Oils and Greases Before Spring Work Starts in Earnest The above picture shows (left to right): Robert Lemke, 22, manning the Oliver that powers the Gleaner combine shown in rear; Eug«ne Lemke, 22; and the boy,' father, Armor^le All three of these farmers, father and son,, are enthusiasts for the GleaneV 6 Foot. Over 45,000 Satisfied Farmers Now Use The ' ' Mr. Lemke farm, 276 acres south of Irvington ... he ha, farmed this one place for the past 33 year,. His two Kin, assist him, and in addition the two boy, farm a quarter sectfon themselves. "I bought a new GleaneV 6 Foot Combine last fall. My other Gleaner combine served us well for five years-and I really am sold on this combine.". "There are a number of reasons why I and the boys like it. They <cfljl it the "full jeweled" combine, and that is fancier language that I would call it in, but I know what they mean, and .that is that there are a lot of factory-sealed this combine, in fact every bearing is a ball or roller. It's very simple to grease this machine." "The auger is a mighty fine thing. It pulls the grain in, there's no canvas. There's more threshing space, and more room to take the grain out of 'the straw. There's nothing else in a 6 foot combine that I've ever seen to beat the Gleaner for beans. We combine beans at 5 miles per hour." "We harvest 800 buthels of oofs a day with it, which I think is darn good for a 6 foot combine." "I like the way the Gleaner unloads into the truck. It doesn't drizzle over the edges, but puts the grain into the box, all of it. We had little or no repairs on our other Gleaner, .and two rock*, that ran through it never caused any damage." "We sure get a lot of harvesting done with this Gleaner Combine. It takes care of a per day heavy grain acreage that is really outstanding." s H COMBINE The Original Auger Type Combine The ONLY Practical Design For All Conditions ^^ tine" combine. Over twenty year, ago, Gleaner engineer, originated "hTlufler Tvoo"^ ±:±L*r5L^.^ *T.*! ~ H-~ «—• v. 9 0 t 9 :. rrTyptt I* i 'x U « W ° C y n "' «*«"« •» 9rat«und o d ° '•P««""'fl, etc. These, a. well a, other feature,, we will be glad to discuss with you any time you are in the Bradley Bros. Store. 1 s tt S i J* & •S S£ I THE BRADLEY BROS. FARM EQUIPMENT REPAIR SHOP (AbevM) Is Taking Care of Machinery Repairs Now—Contact Us For Your Job 'A New Customer Soon Becomes *An Old Friend 9 »t HH^ ..

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