The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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FARM PROFIT IS THERE, BUT U Modern Equipment Can be Used for Variety of Purposes Farming, like industry. In this modem ace. mutt be profitable li it is to continue. Closed factories in the city, and abandoned farms la tbe country tear mate testimony to the truth of that statement In Kossuth county, the fact that good farms are more In demand than the supply available can handle, to proof in itself that Koasuth farming U one of the livest farm pictures In the nation. Successful farming today relies on the principle that modern rneth- ods and financial profit call for labor-saving machinery. Practically all successful farmers employ labor-saving farm equipment, the most important unit of which is the farm tractor. Authoritative tests in many crops in different sections of the country, conducted by government and agricultural college expert* have definitely proved, over and over again, that the tractor reduces production costs. Twenty years ago. a two-plow tractor on the farm, stow and ponderous, with a limited range of usefulness, and coating twice as much as the new. modern models, waa considered sufficient Today, a farmer for the same approximate cash outlay can buy a speedy machine, with full equipment for Ullage, planting, cultivating, and harvesting machinery to go with it Thus, not only has the farmer's investment in farm machinery been materially reduced, but the equipment Jw buys is faster, better adapted to all kinds of farming. long lived, more dependable, more efficient, more versatile ... and all with a reduction of actual operating expense in fuel. Right Conditions of Brooder Are Needed CWcte reiy readily develop tbe habit of -picking, especially in » period of confinement daring ted weatter. Once started, tt may continue evea after the pallets an te ttw laying house. Crowrfla» to an almost mm caw* of this trouble. An unbreakahla rule ant to owtr- "*"?* cWcto te W* 0 * *»alB«ts«c&al»Mt Ot ai* owHeatow «ad tow dry atn - -" '" "•»» "•*• «•»!•' towfflckmt feeder space or «•» damp. soggy Utter, o ** uwtt. water ovar tte brood- to keep til* air fttmt tM- *»• *y. Provld* *» yantcsi suaporeli whew V* OHMd* Ok enffijr Rrad The Want A"*-" P«v« wwwwwwvww WtfsAWiwwvwww a-^g—. " " • -"H^^T" Farm Cooperation in County is an OU But one worth calling attention to, in the case of tfeia pany. Founded in 1887. i* hasenjogtetf * consistent, si growth, as shown^ at an average cost tfce past tf yenw «f $$] sand. . -\ GROWTH OF BUSINESS IN Tiff: PAST 14 IfWM LONG TIME Farm Loans My rates on FARM LOANS are low. I can give you from FIVE to TWENTY YEARS time with no change in interest rates. Liberal amounts per acre — SPECIAL pay off privileges — you pay no commission for making the loan I have had twenty years experience in making farm loans and can take care of your loan problems. Refinance Now While Long Time Loans Are Available at a Low Interest Rate Edward Capesius $1«OMMM $ 7,508,00fl $ TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE I 1915 ism 1923 Heise Bldg. Telephone 390 Alsrona. Iowa WORKING TOGETHER, STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS CO. _ HAVE FOUND A WAY TO MAKE INSURANCE SAVINGS J WITH PERFECT SAFETY . § About 7") Per Cent of Farm Property Insurance in Kossuth is with our Co. Kossuth Mutual Insurance Ass'n HARRY BODE. President JOSEPH HAUPTMAN, Vice President D. D. PAXSON, Secretary HUGH HERMAN. Treasurer H. L. Potter, O. L. Thoreson, E. A. Miller. E. O. Mann, John Geishecker and Hugh Raney, Dfr- ectors. \ A FULL LINE of NEEDED ARTICLES for FARM & HOME Harness! Only PERFECTION bos HIGH-POWER berntr spttd, dtonBmss and praciM regulation 'When you bay s new score, kisses a long time. Why not hare this lovely modern High-Power Perfection oil range? It is the very * • •••<•••«•«*•« a*wai»*s>y . COO* icnce and depeadable b no raster, cleaner •rove than a High-Power P«r- fcctioiLAll High-Power burn•n do OTcry cooking isik. from the gentlest simmer to a sizzling broil, perfectly. Come in and let us demonstrate the quick response and steady control of High- Power burners. We'd like to tell yon more about this beantiful new Perfection. Youll be surprised at the reasonable price when you tee its cream-white, or pure white, porcelain finith. We have a complete line of one of the )>est makes of harness on the market. Check over your harness and irr us supply your net',!-;. • Breeching Harness • Backpad Harness • Collars All sixes iti leather or i'|i•(li sweat Pa. Is. A < 'oiiiplete Line of Strap IJepairs Farm Tools, Hardware DEXTER WASHERS—ALADDIN LAMPS i Sti •••imliiu'tl F!i':iiity <; j I >!:,!.lift Stylrs Xi-U- f. | Mii-'.-f iu-av>'\V(-ixJit, n | "ristl iliifihtlity far bvy nil it.i pri e ! fin.'... -,'iiaraiiti'f-d- .» gr nil range, n I .1 viiirty nf <izes. :it moclt>mti> pric i N> !ir --\'rt y MrtM :ind pi Kohlhaas & Spilles Hdw. Home Appliances, Electric or Fuel Power—Farm Hardware— Farm Tools— Harness Paint

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