The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 15
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TAYLOR iEROORY ^ GOME? • CASE IMPLEMENTS • HAGGlE SELF^PROPELLED SPRAYERS ^^ • FORD TRACTORS • BEHLEN STEEL BUILDINGS Iliiiliiiiiiiii Iliiiiiiiiiiiiii imntirrni mrnm tnrmrmimi IHIIIIIIIIIIIH HIIIIIIIIIIIIH niiiiiiiniiiii niiiiiiiiiinii HI RNER ALL ON SOUTH PHILLIPS ST. • BEHLEN GRA(N TANKS, CORN CRIBS, FARM DRYERS AND DRYING BINS SWEET LASSEY FEEDS •HARDWARE & GARDEN SUPPLIES • FERTILIZERS • COMET CARS • GRASS SEEDS • MERCURY CARS WEED SPRAYS • NEW HOLLAND BALERS BALER TWINE Cars Are Selling Fast at TAYLOR'S \ and So Are 1960 MERCURYS and COMETS I The three cars pictured below are 'shown for the first time . , .all have come in the past few days and all are ready to go ... because the turnover on new 1960 Comets and Mercurys has been so great, we have a fine selection of t ,1 '.'•-«••„* * ''•".'' ' • ' '.-•:•. cars to show you. So stop out to TAYLOR MERCURY at I the Taylor Korner. Ask for either Clayton Lammers, Bill _ Riggenberg or Dean Taylor! ; ; I .'.' '• '•••". f • ' • i ' ™ Get Our Deal on Ford Machinery FORD '641' Tractor It's New! FORD Mounting Kit for Corn Pickers 1953 MERCURY MONTEREY Here's a beauty that you can see on our used car lot" on South Phillips street right nbw as pictured ___ :_;_has ___ __ |overdrive, radio, riew two-tone finish 'that's really sharp .. Jet off with near-riewf tires. It won't last long at our price ' ' ...... ' 1957 CHEVROlEf _M t >- i The picture below was taken on the fairgrounds Monday and shows the Ford 2-row mounted Picker on a Ford "971" Tractor . . ., best of all, with the new Ford mounting kit, we can mount this picker not only on any Ford tractor but on CASE "DC" or "800"; Minncapolls-Moline "Z"; Massey Harris 33, 44, 65, 333 or 444; Allis-Chalmers "WD". or "D-17"; and IHC "H", "M", 300, 400,'350, and 450 tractbrs. See, us this week. - 1 t.^-.ji t • *-»»,»»«'>» i •• t • > I • • ' This 4-door has a V-8 engine,; power glide 1 transmission,' radio and a fine two-tone finish . '. ..lorily 31,000 ACTUAL MILES . . . very good'tide's . ...'this par is iri p'erfelct, condition and of course with the low mileage, will give you , 't!&&w®-*<$-i i member of the family ... it is a 2 , tone* finisVoveVa-fiVe; V4 Wgfhe* ana^bst o? afo'. year old car —.IT- RUNS GOOD. See it today. - ...< = .. 1957 MERCURY* ^door with Mercom^|cyp|o^eV;brak>i, J ra- .- .... . ,jj 0 .g^. t w 6.} 0 ne finish/ " " " ' ' * * * ' •'••••*"'-"••_•'--• Sold Out on COMETS! * • . i i ; C" •>.,: •••!.-!••. . ,1 . . : i ' • ' '••••'. : i . : < ' 'I'l ' ' ' f I 1 I'V ' i iTl • *' ' t'l'f ' •' I' l : ' " l More Here This i Week i ;..>! . t I i . . i . ' i: • Last week alone, three new 1960 COMETS "left; i - our showrooms and are \ now being driven by'local ! ' bwntei-i. 1 Our'supply 1 is 'ri/ow depleted but c moi;e, will, ^ffiyf 'thjs, weekend, ^fopj in and see why C.OMET js the fastest selling/compact car in Kossuth coun- •I ., J I.;,- rn . J-jL'Tf -t • 1J..J • ' arf-T -.Zllff.l .-t.r. f.'il .' r--> »'» ',' »y-; ;Yibiui'?efic<ij!e ,of iblW;," equipment and models. JOIN THE SWING TO COMET'AT TAYLOR'S./ I. i The "boss" at Algona Flour & Feed, Mitch Taylor, , shows off the new Ford "641" tractor, which you can see too by just stopping'by our store . . . this is just one of the , many Ford farm'.products we have on hand . . . come in ; . fhis week and get our deal. • ' • • '• . . > • ; FALL FERTILIZING '! ;Will Soon Be Here . . ; . • i : i • • •• : : ,' , •• Start making your plans for fall fertilizing now . . . stop H^HI - ' in W AlS<|na Flour & F4ed and let us figure ydqr v ferlfjizeit) :,' | } T ; ;. . , , , , , ,, . , .^ -,»,,, d Soil Sample Service 11 i. i . * i'' 19$6 'CHEVROLET l Z>ddoV ( ,V-8 engine, Standard ,Transmis- '"'-'",. Jsldn/^vo-tone finish', radio. Engine completely over- naureo. - - • • ' " ' '' .' ''" ~ " : • ' ' ' ! 1955 CHEVROLET 210 2-door, 6,cylihder, straight drive, , extra good, and clqan. ; BEHLEN Grain Dryer 1953 CADIL-LAC Hardtop, 2-tone, all the power. See it this' week> . — .. -,!,";"''',', '''"' ,' '- ?9.W'3flQWiAS-*-4llp»M-with! power ,steering, Hydramatii, |,j .._ radio. , . V . . . • ' . . . . : . 1054'[500G^"|w^doi>r,rAuiomjitic transmission, 1950'PO'Rp^-dotfr:'' * '' | "- , j] OTHERs ^I^U^.-MODEL CARS — ?100 and up , " vriw/'"*' '. ,4 \ ' 'J • 1 '. r ,<. t C' - ! >"| '7^4. ^ ' ' •' ' -fi ' ' T-< ' ' ' '• : ' ' ' ; " ' : " '' J ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ? , Dont Forget to reserve One i of our two i ' = " > Here Ista,service; to .farmers: you -donVwant, Jo pass . Hay ; Crimpers^, Rented by the Acre.' 0 ' l /'**V- Vbrl ^,)d?/^ th , ern !l • > ; > ; .: • i / ', , , ,...,!,.• , ... , to Iowa State college Tor Analysis . ..'. we'll ; even stop,'by ' . '. • We. Have On Hand Binder Twine ' >ur farm and pick up ' your '""fa ** »*"'••'* *"** •'•- ' : . •. , , ' through this service, you <ian'be assured you are using the For Roto Balers—Get Our Prices f ' correct fertilizer for vour soil. ' ALGONA FLOUR 6- FEED 1 ' • ' • - . i . • > -. . i .i ; ' , . "Terms To Fit Your Income Period —>• Arranged In Complete Confidence." BEHLEN Grain Bin NEW HOLLAND ! Universal Crop Chopper •• , , u o 3 I Here is the newest Grain Dryer Sold in America today. The "New 1961 Behlen 500". Check with Taylor's and look over the best way to take care of your corn, oats, soy beans. This dryer has the lowest cost per bushel drying rate in industry. Remember you pay down 25%, finance the balance on Government loan at pnly 4% interest. Come in today, remember Behlen offers 3 other size dryers, the new 260 Bantam/ the 375 bu. and the Ear Corn Dryer. If you're interested in crop drying fans, Behlen offers any size you may need. See Taylor's today. We hope to be able to help you solve your crop storage, drying or aeriotion problem. FARMERS — Many Farmers are going ahead resealing their '59 Corn as in previous years. It may require some sorting, but it will be profitable to do so. For example, if you have 3000 bushel of 1959 Corn, it would return you $420.00 in rascal money or $35.00 per month. Naturally farmers with large amounts, say 10,000 have the real advantage. 10,000 bushel at 14c would be $1400.00 per year and this really help; the Income on the farm today. So seriously consider resealing your corn on the farm. The return* are probably much greater than you think. Erected At Irvington With Concrete Floors Above picture taken Tuesday at Earl Loss farm, Irving- Ion. A new.site and floor is being prepared for 6 more Bins and Corn Cribs. FARMERS — Need a new Behlen Crib — We will erect a new Behlen Crib, on a concrete .floor for 48c bushel cost on your leveled site. Never before have you been able to buy permanent Corn Storage, of Steel, Fire Proof, Rust Proof, sold with a life time Guarantee, a building which never requires paint, for such a low cost. Taylor's make this offer to you during the 1st 15 days of August. Deal early for guaranteed erection by September. See Taylor Implement Co. of Algona, Iowa TODAY. Remember 20% Down, Balance at 4% for 5 years. Above is New Bin on Erpelding Farm Southeast of Algona* New Behlen Grain Bins are under construction on the Hollis Benschotter farm, the Mervin Lauck farm, and A. J. Cherland farm. See This. New Behlen Grain Bin erected on your site, on concrete floor — for 40c per bushel. 3 years storage will pay for this tank at 14c per bushel per year, and leave you $60.00 profit. Remember only with Behlen do you get the new Steep Pitched Roof, Self filling, Vault type Door construction, 1 piece side walls of Heavy 16-18 guage steel. Behlen Bins are air tight, with Eve of the Roof, Air tight to side wall. See Taylor's today — TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO., Algona, Iowa. Remember 20% Down, Balance at 4% for 5 Crop Years. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT "TERMS TO FIT YOUR INCOME PERIOD — ARRANGED IN COMPLETE CONFIDENCE" I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Rex Taylor of Taylor Implement proudly shows off the New Holland Universal Crop-Chopper . . . IT DOES ALL THE JOBS LISTED BELOW—FAST! "On'the job" nearly all year . . . you'll keep your Crop-Chopper busy much of the year on a variety of chores such as (1) Cutting green feed; (2) Chopping Silage; (3) Shredding and spreading cornstalks; (4) Clearing brush and stubble; (5) Mowing weeds; (6| Making bedding of cornstalks or straw; (7) Clipping pastures and waterways. See it on our lot! i 1955 TO-30 Ferguson Tractor w/heavy duty Loader. —1956 PTO 66 Allis-Chalmers Combine. IHC 62 Combine—real clean 8-ft. Clinton PTO Wind- rower. Hagie Self-Prop. Sprayer, New big engine. Used 26-ft. Koyker Elevator, Ideal for Truckers. Used Stalk Shredder. PTO Letz Burr Mill Used 77 New Holland Baler. '600" Case Tractor, 700 hrs. Ca«e-o-matic. "G" John Deere 1 I— 1—i 1—I 1—I 1—I 1— 1— 1— 1—WD 45 Allis Diesel, Real clean. 1—600 Case Diesel Demo—Save $2000.00 1—3-16" Plow Chief Plow 1—New Case Side Rake, 4-bar, only $285. 1—New Case 7-ft. mower $340. 3—Used Manure Loaders. 1—1-row Woods Picker. 1—Demo. Grainovator '30* $775 1—Used American Crop Dryer, with 5 h.p. electric motor and electric controls. $950. 1—Used 12-ft. Kewanee Disc. 1—John Deere Storage Harvester with motor $425.

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