The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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~. 3* j; ;?*P5> *>'* 5!r >?W . » -IP "• *< % •"/•*> gf.* •• ( *• S£ u *,^ t - , ^- •'••"i". ' 'V—•^L- j aajfrfel^ . . ite J _I_3iE. ll "^att[»-^.ir "» ji^ JM. l#ti a WTO jpwrth. Md it Mtodt **» often laid to otter ite ate. brooder frnae mmt not only provide aiapl* rootn, .but aboold voter a vide tings of tafapintaM to Wit ^ttto vwyUv mwd* at the chick*. Recent ttperiatftnt* ahow that ehlcki tturhwla tampentnm •ted* ma low M feetta* if they tanwm bmtod find a complete selection of , the finest quality seeds of all kinds. •" And when, you buy from Button & '*•'-•* JLieffert you are sure of complete sat. isfaction. ; Lowest Prices ,,, -We never sacrifice quality in order to ^ ^Jringyou the lowest prices in the county '' ... but for seeds of such exceptional qual- ; Ity, we know our prices are sensational * 1 Seeds, Feeds and Fertilizer KHm& COMPANY SEEDS FDInp PEP POULTRY FEEDS AOEIOO FEBTUJZEES FOE OVEK 15 TO8. THIS OONC3CKN HAS BEEN THE SEED HEADQUARTERS IN THIS ootnmr. FH)UR & FEED STORE 206 So. Phillips—Phone 257 W,- A. BUTTON fitim ^3f to m* f Farm Machinery Tint Leads the Way to Greater Profits Make Good Work Tools Ttebene- .may t)e nullified e by* change in «»local teuc <rate or in assessing poUctee. Atao die legislature has »e j^oww *o change the present taxaawa. e homestead must wnbrace the li«»M In which the owner »«» «r expects to make tote items, .and « tnay contain one «r inone conOjBuous tracts of land wfth touflflings used as a part of the aomeotead. Refunds are given on «*ot more than 40 acres, but where the tarmfcomestead does contain wrare than «0 acres, the refund «Wf *e made on the 40 acres on *Wch Hie dwelling is located. OJwfowrfy the smaller the team, 43w greater win toe flw uroportlon of tax reduction due to the refund. HSle Mftmds tnade to homestead owners come from funds collected fcomlBi* three-point tax. This ln- «btdes 4fee valas itac, perrcnal ta- come4ax*na the corporation tax. «e&mas«w«iade«ay when fande H» Jiomertead Spling Tooiii Harrow* * AH-ateel tooth clamps, angle steel frame rails, e^ds Bounded, exti-a strong high «arbon channel tooth bars flexibly connected to frame, *%xi/4 oil tempered teeth with extra large coils. flexible Harrows * Especially suited to stubble land and to stony ground. The heavy, round pipe bars are flexibly linked together, permitting them to conform to rough surface of the ground. Can be rolled up like a carpet to carry in wagon, if desired. " * Soil Pulverizers • As a seed-bed tool it Isfcec- oncl to none, plus utility as a cultivator in corn, clove>r alfalfa . . . better seedbeds at less cost are assured with this implement. * iAbovo—The New Quick-Attachable 2-row Planter }»*» than 5 minutes required to attach to Fannall Tractor' ' it jan plant 20 to 30 acres per day, and can be used as edge drop, flat drop or hill-drop planter. u^»i», —Wide-type Disk Harrow, 2 sizes. 12 .. .it folds "to fit farm gates . built of^naSle i cnted cnmp center blades-heat treated spring steel scrapers McCormick-Deering Store AlgoiiBu Iowa- II ' -i '•'''•• ' ' »T^» . If I K.H I4>.«^.^11 B« R. R. HutzeU, Manager

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