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Imi/ A liauirl Tire ers face being stranded in some
OW A Liquid lire inhospitable surround
ham For Rural Use ings
Winter driving is hazardous , The Dow Chemical Company
nough in the cities, where well- |™ s developed Liquid Tire
avclled streets and nearby ser- Chain traction improver to help
ice facilities relieve the motor- solve many of these winter dm-
It of some of his anxieties mg problems caused by ice and
bout being stuck in ice or snow . The resinous material
” can increase traction by as
The same cannot often be much as three limes,
jid for rural areas, where dnv- Made from specially blended
Spray Your Own
With the Easily Portable
SOLO MIST BLOWER You
Can Spray Your Own
Tobacco lor Sucker Control.
• Treats 4 - 6 rows at a time
• Lightweight & Effective
• Powered by V-k H.P. En
• Also see us for MH-30
We Sell & Service Call Us For a Demonstration
ORGANIC PLANT FOOD CO.
GROFFTOWN RD„ NEXT TO WATERWORKS
Ph. 392-4963 or 392-0374
LOCATION Along Route 272, 2 Miles East of Wakefield. 22
Miles South of Lancaster, Penna
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4,1968
10:30 A. M.
54 Head of Registered & Grade
5 Grades Included — 43 Milk Cows, 2 Heifers Due Sale
Time, 12 Heifers Breeding Age, 7 Calves, 10 Fresh 60 Days
Prior to Sale. 10 Due Within 60 Days After Sale.
7-8 13773 M 652 F 305 da.
Lloyal Curtis dau
5 6 12589 M 525 F 322 da
Duke Curtis dau
4-9 12660 M 548 F 365 da
Top Command dau.
2-8 10706 M 490 F 305 da
Maigendell His Majesty dau due
2- 8749 M 455 F 305 da
Top Command dau due sale time
3- 10662 M 470 F 305 da
Ideal’s Tri Super dau
2-2 8315 M 418 F 305 da
Samples of service sires selling
8 Toy Commands, McDonald Farms, Jolly Vern, Noigerts
lloyal Nance, Spar Hills Governoi
11 years of Artificial Bleeding with Curtis Candy This herd
staited 11 years ago with 15 foundation animals from Peter
T B and Bangs Certified Vac
Don’t miss seeing this heid Animals have good size, good
uddeis and young
325 gal Mojonnier Vacuum Milk Tank (Walker Stamp), SP
11 Surge Pump 3 Units, Pipeline and Stall Cocks, 2 Stainless
Steel Buckets, 2 Stainless Steel Stiaineis, Kelvinator 50 Gal Hot
Water Heatei, Bucket Rack
IHC Tractoi 656 Full Hyd Powei Steeimg 230 His (Excellent)
IHC 4-Bottom 16 in Trip Bottom Plows (3 pt), Ford Jubilee
Tiaetor (Good) with Loader, Ford 881 Select-o-Speed New Rub
ber, M-C Rotaiy Scythe 7ft (2 mo ), Ford Baler, Ford Rake 2 pt,
Ford Mower 3pt (Good), Fold Cornplantei 3 pt, Ford Cultivator
(new), IHC Flail Chopper, Hawk Built Manure Spreader, Ford
2 Bottom Plow, Ford Disc Harrow 3 pt,
Cultipacker, 2 Wagons with Beds (IHC New and Grove), 3
Pt Scraper Blade 6 ft, Jamesway Water Bowls, 6 Ton Steel
Outside Feed Bin, Feed Cart, 2 Outside Feed Bunks 20 ft
Appiox, 30 in Hunter Barn Fan with Honeywell Conti ols, Cor
nell Barn Cleaner with Approx. 180 ft New Cham, Chains, Forks,
Shovels. Other articles not mentioned
Kreider and Diller, Auctioneers
Donald R. & Jene Lee Overly
reiins in a solvent system, Li*
quid Tire Chain traction im*
prover, when sprayed on tires,
reacts with the water in ice or
snow to form a sticky "extra
Customer reports during the
1967-68 winter season showed
an 80 per cent success rate in
using the new product. Many
respondents showed an interest
in a container larger than tiie
two-ounce aerosol can used ex
clusively last year.
This year, Dow has added an
attractive four-ounce can to its
Dow officials feel the four
ounce can contains enough trac
tion improver to get a motoHst
unstuck four or five time
more than enough for the aver
age winter needs.
WHY PAY MORE FOR LESS?
A PRODUCT OF THE SEA
Use 5 lbs. Algit to each ton of silage.
1. This prevents “Run Off”, (of juices)
2. Keep the silage fresh.
3. Eliminate that certain odor from silage.
4. Increase the nutritional value of silage.
5. Cattle prefer Algit treated silage.
6. The smell which your clothes get in
wintertime is eliminated.
Spread on top of load by hand before unloading.
For additional information contact:
ZOOK & RANCK, Inc.
GAP R. D. #l, PA. 17527
Telephone: 717 442-4171
SPECIAL CATTLE SALES 1968
Abingdon Livestock Market, Inc.
Abingdon, Va. Phone 628-3551 Area 703
Sale Every Thursday All Classes Livestock
500-1000 lb. Native Steers Native Steer-Heifer Calves
Ist Hereford STEER Sale Tue. SEPT. 3—7 p.m,
2nd Hfrd. STEER Sale—l 494 Tue. SEPT. 17—7 p.m.
3rd STEER Sale (Angus)—l7ol Tue. SEPT. 24—7 p.m,
Angus Feeder CALF Sale—997 Tue. OCT. I—7 p.m.
4th Hfrd. STEER Sale—29oo Tue. OCT. B—l p.m.
State Feeder CALF Sale—lsoo Tue. OCT. 15—7 p.m.
(Hereford and Angus)
Tri-State CALF Sale. (Hfd.)—2756 Tue. OCT. 22—1 p.m.
sth Hfrd. STEER Sale—2B43 Tue. OCT. 29—1 p.m,
Bred Angus COWS & HFRS. Mon. NOV. 4—7 p.m,
Sponsored by Virginia Angus Association
Bred Hfrd. COWS & HFRS. Wed. NOV. 6—7 pm.
Sponsored by Virginia Herefoid Association
2nd Tri-State CALF Sale—loB7" Tue. NOV. 12—7 p.m.
Tazewell Livestock Market, Inc.
Tazewell, Va. Phone 982-9921 Area 703
Sale Every Monday All Classes of Livestock
Feeder STEER Sale—l2oo Wed. OCT. 9—7 p.m.
State Feeder CALF Sale—loso Wed. OCT. 16—1 p.m,
Clinch Valley CALF Sale—9so Wed. OCT. 23—7 p.m,
PLEASE NOTE On all sales (at both markets)
scheduled for Ipm cattle will be weighed-m the DAY
BEFORE SALE On all sales (at both markets) scheduled
for 7pm cattle will be weighed-m and SOLD SAME
All cattle in the sales at both markets will be officially
graded by Virginia Division of Markets Check with your
County Agent, the Sales Committee or the Markets for
' Indicates No Head 1967 Sales
For Additional Information Write or Call
Abingdon Livestock Market, Inc.
A FEDERALLY SUPERVISED MARKET
Abingdon, Va. 24210 Phone 628-3551 Area 703
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 31.1968—19
MANDATORY FOR YOUNG
HUNTERS NEXT YEAR
Pennsylvania youths were re
minded this week by the Game
Commission that hunter safety
tiaining docs not become manda
tory in the slate until Sept. 1 of
After Sept. 1, 1969, a youth un
der the age of sixteen who has
never possessed a hunting li
cense will be requited to com
plete a hunter safety training
course before being eligible for
a hunting license.
Some hunters apparently think
the rule becomes effective this
year. It does not apply until
Know Your Social
If you or your spouse had l«
make a Social Security claim to
morrow, would you have all the
necessaiy documents? It’s good
family business sense to have an
inventory of all important docu
ments and to keep them in a se
cure but accessible place, ad
vises Helen E Bell, extension
home management specialist of
Penn Stale University.
When the time comes to make
a Social Security claim, you need
certain documents Among these
are: Proof of ages of husband
and wife, Social Security Cards
foi both; marriage certificate;
copy of the latest income tax
withholding statement (Form
W-2) or a copy of the latest in
come tax return if you are self
employed; birth certificates or
adoption order; and where ap
plicable, death certificate of
worker who died; receipted fu
neral bill if someone other than
widow or widower claims a lump
sum death benefit, and divoice
Keep up to date with your
claim infoimation, suggests Miss
Bell Requesting a statement of
Social Security earnings eveiy
three yeais venfies the accuiacy
oi the reports of yout earnings
It also helps keep the Social Se
curity office’s recoids stiaight
For a statement of earnings,
get a special card from your lo
cal Social Security representa
tive If your name has been
changed from the one shown on
your Social Security account
number card, copy it as shown
on the card below your current
signature. Send the card to So
cial Security Administration, P.
0 Box 57, Baltimore, Md 21203.
II you can’t get this special card,
take a regular post card and list
your account number, date of
birth, name and complete ad
dress, request for a statement of
earnings in your Social Security
account, and your signature.
Send card to the Baltimore ad
Farm machinery repair costs
usually range between 10 and
120 percent of new machmeiy
costs, according to Thomas H.
Williams, extension agricul
tural engineer at the University
Proper maintenance, how
ever, reduces machinery wear
and repair costs and helps pro
long machinery life More im
portant, a well conditioned ma
chine insures efficient opera
tion and helps get woik done on
A well equipped farm shop
can save farmers a considerable
amount of money, says Will
iams And proper tools stored
in an ordeily manner will save
a good deal of time on many re
A good shop includes most of
the tools and equipment neces
sary foi maintaining and repair
ing the machmeiy on a particu
lar faim, he adds The shop
should be wned for adequate
lighting and should have
enough eleetucal outlets to ac
commodate all electrical equip
Working space should be al
located so that machinery, tools
and labor may be combined
with peak efficiency Generally
speaking, it is advisable to pro
vide machinery storage and
shop facilities in the same build
This allows comfort and con
venience in servicing machines
and provides dry, well-lighted
working space in bad weather.
Secure your knives in a knife
rack or other device which cov
ers the blade, suggests Purdue
University’s extension safety