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INTERNATIONAL 
CORN PLANTERS 



International Corn Planter No. 1 

The No. 1 planter is the regular International planter. It is 
adjustable to plant rows 40 inches, 42 inches and 44 inches apart. 
This planter is fully equipped, including reel and 80 rods of check 
wire, automatic marker, variable drop clutch, and can be used for 
checking, drilling or automatic hill drop work. The automatic hill 
drop is furnished only on special order. 




The No. 1 is the regular type of International corn planter 




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International Corn Planters Are Well Constructed 

Built in 5 Styles 

The planters are all steel with the exception of the tongue. The frame of the planters is one 
continuous piece of high grade steel, the rear portion being circular in form, giving the frame 
exceptional strength and stability. The frame is attached to the runner frame by two large pins, 
making a strong connection but allowing the runner frame to pivot independently and to con- 
form to surface irregularities. The entire construction of the International corn planters is 
simple, but very efficient. 

When the kernels are well planted, more than half of man's battle in securing a good crop 
is won. The International corn planter was designed for the one purpose of putting the corn in 
the ground in the best possible manner for rapid growth. 

It is in the field that the International corn planter proves its superiority. Provided with 
variable and automatic drops, and with edge drop, flat drop, or full hill drop plates, the corn is put 
into the ground according to the power of the soil to develop it to full maturity. Practically all 
fields vary as to the producing ability of the soil. A planter with an assortment of drops, there- 
fore, becomes of great assistance in securing a uniform crop and enabling the soil to develop the 
seed to its fullest extent. 

The Automatic Marker Is A Great Convenience and Time-saver 

In turning on the ends the driver can devote his entire attention to his team without the 
necessity of hooking one arm around the marker standard to hold the marker up. The handling 
of the marker on the International corn planter is entirely automatic. When the runners are 
raised from the ground the marker is also raised by means of a malleable iron crank which is 
keyed to the end of the shaft and comes in contact with the foot lever, this in turn being con- 
nected with the lifting lever. The action, therefore, of raising the runners out and of raising the 
marker is controlled by the lifting lever. The marker assumes a vertical position and is held 
there until the runners are again lowered into the ground. 

The marker is a concave steel disk 11 inches in diameter and is held in position on the marker 
pipe by two sand collars, one on each end of the hub. On the various planters it is adjustable to 
suit the various row adjustments of the planter. 



SEED PLATES FURNISHED WITH CORN PLANTER No. 1 





No. of Cells 
in Plate 


Size of 
Kernels 


DRILLING 


AUTOMATIC DROP 


No. OF 


Space of Single Kernels 
Sprockets Used 


Spacing of Hills 
Sprockets Used 




20-Tooth 


14-Tooth 


11 -Tooth 


20-Tooth 


14-Tooth 


11 -Tooth 


1006A 
1007A 
1154A 
1284A 


16 Edge Drop 

16 Edge Drop 

4 Hill Drop 

16 Flat Drop 


Small 

Medium 
Medium 
Medium 


6" 
6" 

6" 


10" . 
10" 

10" 


12" 
12" 

12" 


28" 
28" 
28" 
28" 


41" 
41" 
41" 
41" 


50" 
50" 
50" 

50" 



1186A — Filler rings used with tlat drop only. 




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International Corn Planter No. 2 

The No. 2 International corn planter is the same 
in all essential details as the No. 1. It is the narrow 
type of planter and will plant in rows only 28 inches 
apart. It is adjustable, however, to plant rows 44 
inches apart as well, the adjustments being every 2 
inches. To make these adjustments possible the 
frame has been made 3 inches narrower than the 
No. 1 planter. It is provided with an automatic 
marker. The marker, however, is guided by a steel 
loop from one end of the runner bar to the other. 




The International corn planter No. 2 Is a narrow row planter 




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SEED 


PLATES FURNISHED WITH CORN PLANTER 


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Size of 
Kernels 


DRILLING 


AUTOMATIC DROP 


No. OF 
Plates 


No. of Cells 
in Plate 


20-Tooth 

Sprocket on 

Axle to 


11 -Tooth 

Sprocket on 
Axle to 


20-Tooth 

Sprocket on 

Axle to 


11 -Tooth 

Sprocket on 

Axle to 




6 -Tooth 


8-Tooth 


6-Tooth 


8-Tooth 


6-Tooth 


8-Tooth 


6-Tooth 


8-Tooth 


1006A 
1007A 
11S4A 

1284A 


16 Edge Drop 

16 Edge Drop 

4 Hill Drop 

16 Flat Drop 


Small 
Medium 
Medium 
Medium 


6" 
6" 

6" 


9" 
9" 

9" 


12" 
12" 

12" 


16^" 
16^" 

16^* 


28" 
28" 
28" 
28" 


37" 
37" 
37" 

37" 


50" 
50" 
50" 
50" 


67 K" 
67 K" 
67K" 
67^" 



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The Equalizing Spring Carries the Load 

The equalizing spring is located under the rear of the tongue and 
is connected to the lifting lever with a compensating link which equalizes 
the power at the different points of the movement. This makes it much 
easier to operate than if the spring was attached directly to the lever without 
a compensating link. In placing the spring under the pivoting points 
of the frame, the load is taken from the pivot and placed on the spring. This 
insures longer life of the pivoting points and keeps the runner frame secure 
and solid with the drive frame. The spring is adjustable to suit the weights 
of different drivers. The spring also assists in the raising of the automatic 
marker. 

The runner frame is pivoted between the equalizing and 
compression springs. The compression spring holds the runners 
in the ground, but when an unusually soft spot is encountered 
the runners cannot go too deep because the equalizing spring 
holds the frame in the correct position. The movement of the 
runner frame is, therefore, controlled by two springs. This con- 
struction materially assists in securing a uniform depth of 
planting. 



Adjustable Tongue Assures 
Even Planting 




The spring does most of the lifting 



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Even spacing and checking corn requires 
that the seed cans stand level. This requires that 
the planter be adjustable to suit the height of 
different teams used. The International corn 
planter is, therefore, equipped with an adjustable tongue. The tongue is connected to the runner 
frame with large serrated adjusting brackets and heavy steel braces which make the tongue con- 
veniently adjustable to suit the various teams and planting conditions. Below the pole is a 
heavy steel bar which extends underneath the square pipe of the runner frame and rearward to 
the lifting lever crank, to which it is connected by a powerful compression spring with a large 
plunger bolt. This virtually causes the runner frame to float and permits of an elastic move- 
ment which causes the runners to conform to the uneven surfaces of the ground. 




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International Corn Planter No. 4 




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International Corn Planter No. 4 

The No. 4 planter is practically the same as the No. 1 except in size and with reference to 
the marker. The No. 4 is larger both as to frame and wheels. The frame is 6 inches longer 
than the No. 1 and the wheels are 36 inches in height as compared to 30 inches for the No. 1. 
The boots on the No. 4 are made correspondingly larger, to suit the larger size of frame and 
wheels. The No. 4 is equipped with a regular marker. It is not necessary, however, to dismount 
from the seat with this marker because of a steel wire loop which guides the marker chain from 
one side of the planter to the other. The 36-inch wheels on this planter are especially adapted 
for use in fields where the seed bed has been prepared by a lister. 



SEED PLATES FURNISHED WITH CORN PLANTER No. 4 





No. of Cells 
in Plate 


Size of 
Kernels 


DRILLING 


AUTOMATIC DROP 


No. OF 


Spacing of Single Kernels 
Spr'ockets Used 


Spacing of Hills 
Sprockets Used 




20-Tooth 


14-Tooth 


11-Tuoth 


20-Tooth 


14-Tooth 


11 -Tooth 


1006A 
1007A 
11 54 A 
1284A 


16 Edge Drop 

16 Edge Drop 

4 Hill Drop 

16 Flat Drop 


Small 
Medium 
Medium 
Medium 


6" 
6" 

6" 


10" 
10" 

10" 


12" 
12" 

12" 


28" 
28" 
28" 
28" 


41" 
41" 
41" 

41" 


50" 
50" 
50" 
50" 



1186A — Filler rings used with flat drop only. 



The Automatic Drop 
Deposits 2, 3 or 4 Kernels in a Hill 

An automatic or power drop is provided on the International corn planters. This makes it 
possible to use the planter without check wire and drop either two, three or four kernels in a hill. 
The large sprocket on the main shaft with 20 teeth will plant a hill every 28 inches, and the 
medium sprocket with 14 teeth will plant a hill every 41 inches. The small sprocket with 11 
teeth will plant hills 50 inches apart. Sprockets can be furnished to give any spacing required. 

In adjusting or changing the machine for the automatic or power drop, it is necessary to 
place the small lug No. 1087A in the U-shaped clutch opening of casting 1081 A. This lug is 
attached with a 3g-inch cap screw. It is also necessary to place a 3 4 ' x p^-inch bolt through the 
holes in castings 1044A and 1045A. These stop lugs are part of the trip spring brackets and 
must be bolted to avoid all lost motion. The bolt and lug should be removed when using wire, 
otherwise the corn will string out, as the valves are partly open. The power drop lug, 1087A, 
the J4 x ^-inch machine bolt will be packed extra, and can be furnished as an extra on No. 1, 
No. 2, No. 4 and No. 5 planters. 




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International Corn Planter No. 6 




International corn planter No. 6 Is adapted only for drilling 
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International Corn Planter No. 5 

The No. 5 is the wide row planter. It is the same in equipment as the No. 1 except the 
tread is wider, being adjustable to widths of 42 inches, 44 inches, 46 inches, and 48 inches. It 
is equipped with the automatic marker, but the steel loop used to guide the marker chain is used, 
the same as on the No. 2 planter. 

International Corn Planter No. 6 

The No. 6 planter is a straight drill drop only. The drop clutch is discontinued on this 
planter, and no reel or check wire is furnished. The No. 6 planter is designed especially for the 
use of the farmer who wishes to drill his corn instead of checking it. 

The runner frame is cut off on each end and the check heads removed. The clutch feature 
is entirely eliminated, and the No. 6 planter is used only for drilling. Plates are furnished having 
the necessary number of holes for dropping two, three, or four kernels in a hill. This planter is 
also regularly equipped with the automatic marker. Below is a table of the seed plates furnished 
with this planter. 

SEED PLATES FURNISHED WITH CORN PLANTER No. 6 





No. OF 


No. of Cells 




DRILLING 




20-Tooth Sprocket 


11 -Tooth Sprocket 




Plates 


in Plate 




on Axle to 


on Axle to 




6-Tooth 


8-Tooth 


6-Tooth 


8 -Tooth 




1000 A 


8 Edge Drop 


Small 


14" 


18K" 


25" 


33 K" 




1001A 


8 Edge Drop 


Medium 


14" 


18K" 


25" 


33^" 




1003 A 


12 Edge Drop 


Small 


9" 


12" 


17" 


2iy 2 " 




1004 A 


12 Edge Drop 


Medium 


9" 


12" 


17" 


22 K" 




1006A 


16 Edge Drop 


Small 


6" 


9" 


12" 


16K" 




1007A 


16 Edge Drop 


Medium 


6" 


9" 


12" 


16K" 




1284A 


16 Flat Drop 


Medium 


6" 


9" 


12" 


16K" 



1186A — Filler rings used on flat drop only. 



International Corn Planters of the No. 6 Type Are Thrown Out 

of Gear Automatically 

International corn planters are constructed so that they require the least amount of atten- 
tion from the driver while operating them. The automatic throw-out on the No. 6 type requires 
no attention from the driver. When the runners are raised from the ground, the automatic 
throw-out releases the drive clutch and the feed shaft remains out of gear until the runners are 
again lowered into the ground. The latter action releases the clutch, and the planter is again 
ready for operation. 

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The axle is \}4 inches in diameter, and is mounted on the gear frame with two heavy, long 
bearings. The axle is made long enough to adjust the wheels to the several widths. On No. 1, 
No. 4 and No. 5 planters three differently sized sprockets are fastened firmly on the drive axle, 
inside of the frame. These three sprockets are used where it is necessary to change the distance 
between the hills when the power drop is used, or to space the distance between separate kernels 
when drilling. On No. 2 and No. 6 planters there are two sprockets on the axle and two on the 
drive shaft, making four changes for distance possible. 



MARKER LOOP 



VARIABLE DROP 
CLUTCH 



CHECK 
HEADS 




STEEL WHEELS. 

i INCH. SPOKES 

CAST INTO HUBS 



FOOT REST AND 
RUNNER LIFT 



ONE PIECE 

CIRCULAR STEEL 

FRAME 



PIPE FOR 

AUTOMATIC 

MARKER 



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Edge Drop Plate 



Flat Drop Plate 



Full Hill Drop Plate 



Three Regular Types of Seed Plates 

With International corn planters the edge drop, flat drop, and full hill drop plates are the 
three regularly furnished. Each cell in these plates is just large enough to contain a kernel of 
corn edgewise or flatwise with the edge and flat drop plates, and a full hill of kernels for the full 
hill drop plate. 

[ The seed plates are operated by small pinions attached to the shaft by set screws. The seed 
plate gears have grooves which match with an arrow on the flange of the pinion, bringing the 
seed plates into their proper position and compelling them to operate always in exact time with 
the openings of the valve. Over three-fourths of the plate is constantly exposed for cell-filling. 
It is practically impossible for a cell to present itself empty over the valve. 

Special plates can be furnished for handling Indian corn, pop corn, sweet corn, milo maize, 
Kafir corn, sorghum cane, beets, peas, cowpeas, and. beans of various sorts. 



A Special Pea Attachment 

Many farmers are now planting peas with corn to be used not only for a green feeding crop 
but as a fertilizer for the soil. The special pea attachment for the International corn planter 
makes possible the planting of the peas simultaneously with the corn. 

By means of the diverting block in the pea can, the seeds may be dropped into the regular 
boot with the hill of corn, or they may be dropped through a special tube attached to the pea 
can and be deposited a few inches to the rear of the hill of corn, and thus planted nearer the sur- 
face than the corn. To change from one to the other method of planting requires only the revers- 
ing of the seed diverting block. 




The seed diverting block placed for the peas 
to be planted with the corn 





The seed diverting block placed for the peas 
to be planted back of the hill of corn 



The pea attachment. Peas can be planted 
simultaneously with the corn 



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Boot cut away to show valve open 



The Efficient Duck-Bill Valve 

One of the most striking features of the International corn planter is the boot construction and 
the duck-bill valve. Illustrations show the boot in cross section, one with the valves open and the 
other with the valves closed. The construction insures excellent checking for the reason that 
the kernels are dropped directly into the bottom of the furrow. The boot does not have any 
ledge or tumbler to detain the corn as it drops into the valve. The kernels are not left on any 
dirt surface and then pushed off to find their way by gravity or as best they can to the bottom of 
the furrow. The action of the valve in this boot is similar to a duck-bill and hence, it has been 
termed the duck-bill valve. 

The illustration to the left shows the kernels of corn held in the very bottom of the valve until 
the check wire opens it. The valve opens and kicks backward thus knocking away the dirt which 
may have gathered up around the valve and which otherwise would keep the corn from dropping 
into the bottom of the furrow. 

The illustration at the right shows the valve open and the action as just described. Note also 
that the entire valve moves downward and acts as a force drop, at the same time that the duck- 
bill portion of the valve is kicking out the dirt from the boot. 

It will be seen that while the kernels are in the lower valve ready to drop out, three kernels are 
gathered just over the upper valve. Both valves are opened simultaneously; thus the kernels 
in the upper valve drop into the shank and down into the lower valve and are ready to be depos- 
ited in the furrow when the check wire again opens the valve. 

This valve on the International corn planter should be carefully investigated by the pros- 
pective buyer. It is entirely new and has proven itself to be the most scientific and practical 
valve on the market. 

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Bottom of hopper showing cut-off, seed 
plate and agitating ring 



Bottom of hopper showing brush cut-off 
for Kafir corn and small seeds 



A Quick Acting and Effective Cut-off 

Cracked and crushed corn does not grow. The cut-off on the International corn planter lets 
the kernels into the valves without cracking or crushing. The chief feature of this cut-off is that 
it is in two parts. When the full hill or flat drop plates are in use both parts of the cut-off work 
simultaneously and permit only the desired number of kernels to drop into the seed plate cell. 
When the edge drop plate is used only one part of the cut-off operates. By this construction the 
cut-off fits down tightly on to each and every plate that is being used, resulting in very efficient 
work and the prevention of practically all crushing and cracking of the kernels. 



Brush Cut-off for Kafir Corn and Small Seeds 

For planting Kafir corn or small seeds, it is only necessary to put in the brush cut-off in 
place of the regular cut-off and the Kafir corn seed plate or the special seed plate that is desired. 

The knock-out in the brush cut-off is constructed so that it hits the plate cell fully insuring 
a clean drop of the kernels or seeds. 



The Variable Drop Means Better 
Planting 

The variable drop on the International corn 
planter makes it possible to plant 2, 3 or 4 kernels 
in a hill by simply shifting a clutch lever. The 
working surface of the adjusting cam controls the 
pawl which is attached to the top clutch bearing 
and governs the different periods of movement. 
The quick adjustment makes possible changing the 
number of kernels in a hill to suit the varying con- 
ditions of soil in the same field. The variable drop 
is one of the features that makes the International 
so popular! 

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The quick changing, variable drop clutch 




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TILTING 
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The Advantages of Four Types of Runners 

The fact that there are four types of runners for the International corn planter makes it a 
planter that will meet every condition of soil. The four types of runners are the sled runner, the 
stub runner, the disk runner and the double disk runner. The sled and stub runners are perfectly 
familiar to corn planter users. In a season when the ground works up in a lumpy condition, the 
disk runner is preferred by many, because of its cutting qualities. It will readily cut either a 
large lump of dirt or even a bunch of stalks and straw. The disk is set at an angle. This con- 
struction gives it a cutting power of its own besides being forced into the ground by the weight 
and action of the planter. 

The double disk runner works on practically the same principle and is preferred by a good 
many users because of its superior cutting features. The double disk runner requires a special 
boot. The other three runners are interchangeable on the regular boot. 

One type of runner is 

furnished regularly with 

the planter and the type 

desired should be specified 

when ordering. The other 

types can be furnished on 

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Double disk runner 



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The reel is quickly -attached. 



The Automatic Reel Operates from 
Either Wheel 

The reel for the check wire regularly furn- 
ished with planters Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 5 works 
practically automatically. A friction wheel runs 
on top of one of the planter wheels and is 
clutched to the wire reel, the clutch being 
operated by a foot lever. The friction wheel 
can also be released from the drive wheel by 
throwing the foot lever to the rear, which pushes 
it^backand up and locks it away 
from the drive wheel. Eighty rods 
of check wire is furnished with 
each planter, the spacing to be 
specified when ordering the plant- 
er. Provision is made on the 
planter frame for attaching the 
reel so that it will operate on 
either side of the planter, as 

Does not need to be carried while planting desired 



The Main Frame and 

Couplings to the 

Runner Frame 

The frame of the Inter- 
national corn planter is made 
of one solid piece of high-grade 
steel. The rear portion of the 
frame is made circular. This 
construction makes the frame 
strong enough to withstand any 
strain that will be put upon it 
and to always keep the operat- 
ing parts in perfect alignment. 
This in turn insures even drop- 
ping of the hills and satisfactory 
service from the planter. 

The forward ends of the 
frame are attached to the run- 
ner frame by two large pins, 
which allow the runner frame to 
pivot independently and thus 
conform to uneven surfaces. 




Thesteel frame insures yearsjof service for^the International 

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Fertilizer Attachment 

The fertilizer attachment is an important addition to planter 
construction. This attachment can be furnished with all five of 
the International planters. It can be easily and quickly attached 
to any planter. Indicators are on the bottoms of the cans and 
can be set for regulating quantity of fertilizer to be distributed. 
The cans are also provided with the well-known Star Feed hav- 
ing an agitator in the center. The feed is accurate and regular 
in dropping the quantity of fertilizer wanted. 

An important feature of the International fer- 
tilizer attachment is that it drops the fertilizer just 
back of the hill and sufficiently far so that the 
chemical action of the fertilizer does not injure the 
corn. Where the fertilizer is dropped directly on 
the hill, it does more damage than good. With 
the International the hill of corn is covered and 
the fertilizer dropped to the rear, so that 
the seed receives all the benefit without 
any of the injury. The fertilizer attach- 
ment is thrown out of gear automatically 
with the raising of the runners. It is 
also provided with a lever for hand con- 
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HUTCHINSON. KAN 


OMAHA. NEB. 


SPRINGFIELD. ILL. 


COLUMBUS OHIO 


INDIANAPOLIS. IND. 


PARKERSBURG. W VA. 


SPRINGFIELD. MO. 


CONCORDIA. KAN 


JACKSON. MICH. 


PARSONS. KAN. 


TERRE HAUTE. IND. 


COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA 


JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 


FEORIA. ILL. 


TOLEDO. OHIO 


CRAWFORD. NEB. 


KANKAKEE. ILL. 


PHILADELPHIA. PA. 


TOPEKA. KAN. 


DAVENPORT. IA. 


KANSAS CITY. MO 


PITTSBURGH. PA 


WATERTOWN. S. D. 


DENVER. COLO 


KNOXVILLE. TENN 


PORTLAND. ORE 


WICHITA. KAN. 


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