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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1916)
THi: BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY," JANUARY. 20, 1910.
Great Developments Made in All Farm Machinery
(Continued from Para Ona.)
Si clock on the stage of the Auditorium.
frh. machinery runninr In demonstration
ork at the Implement show, which Is
held In connection with the convention,
fcrupjrtna; all the floor apace and the
ament, wa temporarily shut off for
'ho session of the convention.
Kaow Voir !Telshbor.
The report of the secretary and tress
uror followed President Lehmkuhl's ad
rirosa. T. X. Witton of Trenton, Mo.,
then followed with his talk on "The
Trenton Idea and Ita Possibilities. " Mr.
W'ttten'a slogan Is. "Get acquainted wltl
onr neighbor you might like Mm."
He pushed this slogan Into action to
uch an extent at Trenton. Mo., as presi
dent of the Commercial club there that he
aot the farmers for mllrs around to Join
the club and established there tho prin
cipla that the club Is not for the good
of the business man In the city alone,
but must, to be a real success from a
community standpoint, be of benefit to
:the entire community, producers, trans
porters. Jobbers, manufacturer, retailers
and consumers. Mr. Wltten givrs the in
lerestlnc case of IJncoln, Neb., In which
this Idea has been followed out with con
siderable success to surb. an extent that
hundreds or rarmcra nave mo privileges
'of the club rooms now at a reasonable
tost, and are getting their lunches there
Vhen they come to Lincoln. At the same
time these farmer members of tho Lin
coln club are calling up tho club every
morning for market reports and are get
ting tha reports there from every quar
ter of tha globe.
Moving pictures of some phases of the
tit tractor show held at Fremont last
August are to le ahown at tha Audi
torium at 7. and 9 each day. Tliey
era being shown under tho auspices of
the Twentieth Century Farmer, which
la tha company that staged tho big trac
tor show t lrremont last summer and
hired a moving picture photographer to
go to Fremont and make some elaborate
film. Tho last day of tha tra tor show
a special (eat'ire was staged with tha
, tractors apparently Just pulling Into town
i from long run, the lead tractor biilng
driven by Miss Laura H'oU of Fremont,
daughter of Senator Wols of that place.
I, at evening the manufacturers and
Jobber In the Implement business
held a big banquet at the Fontenello
hotel. Till evening a big reception
and entertainment 1 to be given all the
Implement men nt tha Commercial club
rooms, compliment of tha Commercial
Every foot of floor space In the Audi
torium is taken with booths for tha ex
hibit of implements of various kinds at
the Implement show. The baaemont 1 oc
cupied with the tractor. There 1 a con
stant buxs and rattle of machinery In
action, for every machine In tha house
'.that ha a wheel muat demonstrate. Corn
planter are clicking, gasoline engine are
ceugbing. cihoi separators are moaning
: and harvester are clanking tholr chain.
'.' Although the convention waa not called
until after I o'clock there wag an excep
tionally good crowd out for tb imple
ment show a soon a the door opened
The association Is making a campaign
for membership. Fecretary Wallaca says
m expect tb membership to be ma
terially Increased before tha convention
and tha ahow U over thl year.
No admission charge la made to tha
This Tractor is for
Average Size Farm
The AllfB-Chalmer 10-H farm tractor
Is one of the Interesting exhibit at tha
Implement dealers' convention. Thl ma
chine Is Intended to serve the man who
owns an average size fawn and do all tho
work he has been doing with horses.
of liKht weight but
and built of the
It Is essy to operate,
The Allls-Chslmers hss two drive
wheels and one steering wheel. A dif
ferential provides for steering either to
the right or the left. The steering wheel
la In II. .e with one of the drive wheels,
and these wheels may, therefore, run In
one of the furrows which steer the
tractor automatically when plowing.
Tha motor Is two-cylinder horlsontil
type, built for heavy duty. Tha frame
la single steel casting with machined
surfaces, and holes for bearings. The
weight of the tractor Is 1800 pounds.
The speed 1.1 two and one-thlid mllrs pr
8tx-T ear-Old II a 4 trl. '
"I have a little girl -r old who
has a great deal ef tro'ibU m'lth cro'ip,"
writes W. E. Curry of Evansvlllo, Ind.
"I have used Foley Honey and Tar. ob
taining Instant relief for her.- My wife
and I also used it - and will' say It Is
the best euro for a bad cold, cough,
throat trouble and croup tiist 1 ever
saw." Those terrible coughs that scam
to tear one to plerea Held to Foley'
Honey and Tar. 8old everywhere. Advertisement.
Beautiful Salesrooms Courteous Salesmen
We want to meet every dealer personally and show him-
I. Case Plows
I. Case Harrows
I. Case Planters
I. Case Listers
I. Case Cultivators
Made in a factory where
QUALITY GOES IN before
the name goes on.
WALLBS CUB TRACTOR
See the electric lighted chassis in operation, the one that made
the overland trip from Cleveland, 0., to Fremont, Neb. 1,000
miles overland. It's the same machine, without change of parts.
KUEDE MANURE SPG.EAIDEG.S
LOW DOWN WIDE EVEN SPREAD LIGHT DRAFT.
A Money Maker for You.
KANSAS CITY HAY PRESSES
814-816-818 Jackson St.
OMAHA, fiEB. J
50 to 600
2 to IS h. p.
Cylinder Shelters All Sizes
Direct from Manufacturer to Dealer
Till: SHKM.KR whirh bun no competition whon cancel t v. hon powrr and prlc nre considered.
We invite dealers to our display how room at 2427 Farnsm street, and sample floor at the
Auditorium to ree the machine In actual operation.
Watts Mfg. Co. '&Sra3r
The Sandusky Tractor Is Adapted to Your Needs
LOOK over the many purposes to which this ruachiue can be put by a few of its users.
Each operation performed mcaus a decreased cost; or, in ulher wonls, an in
creased profit from your farm investment.
The first logical operation on undeveloped laud is clearing; then comes breaking,
discing, harrowing, seeding, harvesting, threshing, shelling, filling silos, hauling crops
to market and fertilizers to the farm, probably wood cutting and a dozen other opera
tions in and about the place. '
All of these can behandled with less outlay for operation and maintenance than it
now costs by using " . ' ' ,
When your regular farm work Is tintbhed you tan either go out and do contract work for your
neighbors, grade roads for the county, haul for contractors and do similar money-making jobs with
this machine, or put it in a little shtd, cut off the switch and all expense stops.
Compare this life with the old way of doing things on the farm. That means something. Most
of us are, however, willing to work so loug as we are getting ahead. But are you getting ahead as
you feel you should when losing all the time necessary to take care of your horses, feeding hay and
grains that bring good prices on the market and sharing with your help every dollar that comes in?
In the past when you have been in the market for a good, reliable work horse you have known
better than to take the first thing that came along. You knew then and know now, that such an ani
mal, capable of doing real work for you can't be had for forty or fifty dollars. The same is true la
machinery. No manufacturer will give you' two dollars' value for one, and you cannot get more out
of cither a horse or tractor than is built into it.
THE SANDUSKY TRACTOR
is manufactured throughout in our town shops by the. highest grade mechanics obtainable and our aim
is to produce for you a dependable machine, capable of standing up under the severe use to which
equipment of this kind is subjected, ensuring you of its being a lasting and profitable investment.
See the Sandusky at the Auditorium This Week.
The Dauch Manufacturing Co.
SANDUSKY, OHIO, V. S. A.
Hmo inniostl 'wciradlceiPllTiiiIl
sttTicowini inn Oirrniailfriai
Will be staged by the Twentieth Century Farmer and shown on the Auditorium stage at 7 P. M., 8 P. M. and 9 P. M.
tonight and Friday in connection with the Mid-west Implement Dealers Convention. No admission charge.
r The plot for this scenario is built
around the immense Fremont Trac
tor Demonstration, which was held
at Fremont, Neb., last August. All
of the films were made in and near
Fremont during the tractor show.
A beautiful story is woven into pic
tures, showing the operation of the
. hundreds of giant iron horses.
Nothing as elaborate has ever been
attempted before in this particular
The following tractors will be shown in motion
pictures, and in actual operation
Allis-Chalmers Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
Avery Company, Peoria, 111.
B. F. Avery Co., Louisville, Ky.
Buckeye Mfg. Co., Anderson, Ind.
Bull Tractor Co., Omaha, Neb.
Case T. M. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
Case Plow Works Co., Omaha, Neb.
Dauch Mfg. Co., Sandusky, O.
Electric Wheel Co., Quincy, 111.
Emerson-Brantingham Co., Rockford, 111.
Holt Mfg. Co., Peoria, 111.
International Harvester Co., Omaha, Neb.
Joliet Oil Tractor Co., Joliet, 111.
Nilson Farm Machine Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
Parrett Tractor Co., Chicago, 111.
Peoria Tractor Co., Peoria, HI.
Sumter Electric Co., Chicago, 111.
Waterloo Gas Engine Co., Waterloo, la.
One of the most interesting booths
on the main floor will be that occu
Take the right hand aisle as you en
ter the Auditorium. You'll find us
half way back.
TWENTIETH CEITIUIRY EAIRMIEIR.
Ttae Missouri Valley's Greatest Form Paper
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