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N 0 'R New Rex Double Corn Drill. shown in cut on nppo ito pag!', will he found the impl m ent the farmer ha long b 'en wanting-one with which 111. can plant his corn ill one-In If the time n 'CC5!-iitated in 11 IIlg the Singl or One-hor ' Corn Drill. This impl ment Ira be n thor.;;.I ollj.thly tried and ha proved it succ '''s, proving' it superiority in rank and quality hy work done in planting. In COil truction, the drill co. i ts of one lar 11! main from' mounted on two main ground wheels to which arc attach ,d 10 front the gang. on n ar end of which ar bolt d till' hoes and hoy. I into which th corn i conveyed from hopp r above, hy 1Il 'ans of rubber tubin_g and d '. posited • t rear of . hov J hown in cut on pr ·ding page. The g. ngs and h w rk independnt f each other, and by 1111;' n. of pring' pr :ssurc alta < hment the depth of pl. Ilting i r 'gutat .d, and hoes rai ed and lower J hy mean f two In:JlI lev' .• t option of th operator. 'l he di HUlet! for planting corn i rcgulat by III • n of small sprock rts on end of haft. The new mark r a shown I alone a feature worthy of du consid ration, and i a gr 'at labor saving devi c, ov rcoming all of th h r tofore di advantage embodied in the old sty) • markerattachments. You will ob erv . ill the illu tration that th operatorv w h It in his sent. ha a line view and complete control over the entire Drill, which is alone a featur p rioritv, 'ow that ,I'e h ve gi\' 'n a minute anddetnilcd d cript)OIl ()flhc Indiana N(!W R ax Double Corn Drill, We would licit tho who intend purchasing : drill of thi description to plea give this, the • w R x, an examination befor buying. H pin r that you may grant the favor, we elicit your rre pondcncc, which shall have (lUI' pr mpt attention.

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N THE opposite page we take pleasuro ill pr nling nil illustration howing the tyle and manufacture of our [e \I' Marv ·1parall .\ beam cultivator, With its many poin of excellency, ) and we fe 1 a ured tho t in pre 'enting this IJ(~Wimp) 1I11:nt, that we n a Iy. ay and a sert as a fact to the farm rand dealer , that the •ew fan' >1has embodied in it. tho . points of cellency, n cessitated in the con truction ()f. fi, t 1<1. cultivator. We can furni h the 'c' r rvel with our I'W Automatic pring break back hank, (. gem idea) vithin i If, he one ft ature of vhi It no int ·lIig nt farm r nft. r e amination . n well afford to que tion, an will ay ~ a spring reak ba k it i b Y(lid a doubt th In t ingc io a tachm 'nt of nil modern improv em nt in this our advanced sta re of nlighu nmcnt in the manufactur Jf cultivator. \\ e also call your art ntion to our new adju table b am spring. which hy its simplicity and efii ctiven of purpose, and working in combination \\ lrh our n w improv d b :110 coupling, prev nLSall 10 t motion in the coupling counection at • nd of beam, which alone is a P lint of Spcd:ll importance to the con urn r, in tll I ction of a fir t cia com ultivator, We could more fully deu it he 10 lit th N w Marv 1. Y et in con lusion will a~Td. the trial -ill t t the virtu t and \. very kindly requ t your kin II)' con ideration, and a tri I ord r, ~

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•• CALLI 'C your attention to the cut on the opposite page we will claim another victory i the cultivator world. \\,hile in gen 'ral apP('arM(" and mnk: up th Rival may hear to one's mind the id a that it i th sam' and on' cultivator a tbe 'w. larv I, '{ t it i :10 entirely different impl ment in many re P ct whi! in oth: a notic 'aol imilarity 'xi ts. The arne spring' br k back can be u ~l on the Rival a on the • w • Iarv ,1; hence W' 8,lin same satisfactory result s, while in gang' or beam we u the plain gang which do not atTord. in som r espccts, the advantag '!'\ gain ~ by the u • 01 wivel or parall I g:lngs, whit to many th. y an vidently pref .rable. There are other featil r. of vital importance. Yet WI. will only add that for univ :d gain anei glory the New Rival is in rh > front rank and WIll ask in conclu i 11 that it' you want , flr.:u·d:1 cultivator, one which will meet y ur ev ry vant, buy Ihl..!• 'ew Rival,

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N OUR new combined hay rake you will find al] of the points of excellence embodied in our II previous lines of rakes. '. I' Yet we must say that we do claim some points of advancement and we trust to be able to sub. : ,i , \\ \\ stantiate the assertion when we say that we have add\\ , \\ ,," , ,I ed some very beneficial and important new devices ,I ,I \\ which no doubt to many may seem as points of \\ II \\ I, \\ superiority over our previous line of rakes. The \I '. \ points of excellence are in the new self dump and in I\ :: \\ the new combined pole attachment, the cut of which I\ : ,: I\ \ \ we herewith present, thus enabling the farmer to have II I I I \ , I as the case may demand, a one or two-horse hay \ \ ,, \ , I rake at his option. The new self dumping device \\ ,, \\ enables the operator by the aid of his own weight to \\ \ \ easily and readily dump the hay at any time, not \\ , \ I , ,I I \ being troubled at any time with choking or overload\ \ ing and thus avoiding the possibility of skipping hay, which alone is a very objectionable feature in so many rakes of present manufacture. We make the New Mascot in all sizes and shapes t;;:==,,,,--~-~-~;e-,,,,-~~~~C~~~~~2"'::~cri~~ trade may demand, can furnish with either as your wood or iron wheel. Hence we herewith place before the trade a rake which will meet the demands of the most exacting. Write for terms and prices.

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N T~E opposite page we show a cut representing the New Improved Indiana Pressure Hoe Spring Hoe pflil-unquestionably the best drfll on the market. The feed being the main thing to be looked after In making a selection of a grain drill, induces us to say a few words in regard to the Indiana. The acknowledged superiority of its feed, the excellence of material used' in its construction, and honesty of purpose in the construction of all its parts have made a reputation for it unequaled by any now known. It shows no careless work of cheap and inexperienced workmen, but every feature of the Improved Indiana shows that it is made by the very best workmen, and designed by those who know what It requires to make an implement that will fully meet the wants of the dealer and the farmer. The great advantages of our force feed are manifest in the fact of the immense sales it has had since its i;dvent. We will state that it is quite easy to make broad, sweeping claims on paper-this is usually resorted to y those who make an inferior drill. In fact, the most inferior one::: are blown the loudest, and the greatest ~~ress IS placed on various traps, to detract the attention of the farmer from those parts the most defective-parlCularly the feed. And now please allow us to say a few words in regard to that part of the Indiana.: The feed is positively a force feed, and whether sowing a large or small quantity it is the same. The Feed Wheel or Cylinder is so constructed that the smooth part comes in contact with the grain, and. revolving with the flutes or corrugated part, prevents the clogging or bridging so common with all others when construct.ed s.othat only the fluted part revolves ";"ith the cup. We ask ~he dealers. and. farmers t? make a carenl xam mation of the different feeds, and we will wager that all unbiased partiea WIll decide III favor of the e eed on the Indiana. So far as regards the feed, the Indiana is unquestionably superior to all-inferior to none. th The drill is also furnished with a seat arranged in rear of seed box, supported on main frame and pivoted.eo at the operator, should he wish to walk, can do so DYturning the seat up out of the way, leaving all clear in rear of machine. From the position of the seat the operator has full control of all the movements ofthe drill. From the seat he can reach the lever to raise the hoes, or another lever to throw the hoes from a straight line to a Zig-zag, or vice versa. The entire machine is well put together, well painted, scrolled, striped and varnished.

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N OPPOSITE page we present to you a cut of our New Fertilizer Eight-hoe Drill, with all its improvements. It has become necessary in this day and age, owing to the continued use of the land in certain sections of the country, to do something in the way of fertilizing the land, so that it may be restored to its original fertility and productiveness. Therefore, it has become necessary for the manufacturer of agricultural implements to manufacture a fertilizer drill that will meet the wants of the farmer, and sow the _fertilizer with the grain, and do it successfully. Therefore we now present to you the New Improved Indiana Grain and Fertilizer Drill combined. The drill is made of the very best material. The frame is mademuch heavier, and wider tire is used on the wheel than that on the plain wheat drill, adding greatly to its strength. We also have one large hopper combined for grain and fertilizer, with a detachable grass seeder. The front part of hopper is used for sowing wheat, oats,barley and flax. through our celebrated forcefeed,known as the Indiana, which has been before the United States Court, and sustained against the wishes of some of the largest drill companies in the country. The fertilizer portion of hopper IS in the rear of main hopper, and has all of its gates and cut-offs on the outside, in plain view of the operator; this leaves nothing on the inside of hopper to clog or prevent the fertilizer from feeding regularly. The fertilizer is fed off a plain-faced rotary disc into a cast-iron receiver, which conducts it to the grain receiver below; this in turn deposits the grain and fertilizer in the same furrow, thus deriving the ~reatest amount of benefit therefrom. We also desire to call your attention to the combined hoe pressure and lIfting lever, the new shifting lever in center of drill, and the new clutch gear (in and out of gear lever), shown to the right of the driver. Also small lever for changing and regulating the quantity of grain and fertilizer to be sown. All levers are in reach of the driver when in the seat or walking in rear of drill. Can furnish with or without seat, as desired; and, unless specifiedin order. we ship all two horse fertilizer drills wi~hout the seat; hence. we suggest special precaution in ordering. We might mention a number of other points, but think we have said enough, and will leave it with you upon its own merits, and think it would be to your interest before placing your orders for above kind of drills to examine the New Improved Indiana.

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