The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1938 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 22, 1938
Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 22,1938 W. J. WEIS RESIDENCE M. T. MC GIIIKE BARN. ST. JOE JIM.MIE NEVILLE RESIDENCE Let's Take A Look At i The Record MBS. LAURA WOITO RESIDENCE JIM POOL RESIDENCE , W. O. BINOOENBEBO RESIDENCE H. E. RIST RESIDENCE D. A. BARNARD RESIDENCE It has been said that a picture will tell more than 10,000 words. If this U true we have told our story, not In 140,000 words that would take you weeks to wade through, but in a single glance. It Is a "look at the record" telling you that In the past two years the Botsford Lumber Co. has built twelve new, substantial homes, as well as many remodelling jobs both large and small. • That means that when these Algona families were embarking on the biggest Investment that normally comes in a lifetime, the Botsford Lumber Co. was a guarantee of efficiency and satisfaction. These people had confidence in an old, established, and thoroughly reliable -concern. They expected, and got, friendly service and fair treatment. t But even the best of pictures n^ods a few words to make the story complete. It should be mentioned, for Instance, that all these homes were built from correctly prepared plans, the first essential in the building of a home. In other word*, they were "tailor-made" for the families who were to live In them, an important feature of Botsford service. I It should also be mentioned that all these homes have the newest in insulation, in wide, pleasant weather-proofed windows, and in construction methods that lengthen the life of a building and decrea.ii> the maintenance costs. They have the latest in efficient, beautiful kitchen lay-outs, in plumbing appointments, and air conditioning. Yet they did not cost a fortune, or even a near fortune. Some of the homes on this page can be paid for at the rate of $22.00 per month. • Then, too. it should be remembered that when it was necessary for part of the cost to be borne by monthly payments, that cost wu.-. adjusted to the amount of principal and monthly payment which the customer could pay, and simple, easy financing was arranged for. That was part of the Botsford service? Yes, tills is our story, and we'll stick to it. It in a story and a record of which the Boteford organization U proud to have accomplished, and U sincerely pledged to continue. To tho«e who have favored u» with their building in the pa»t may we say, "Many Thanks." To tho»» who will have some to do tills coming teoaon, may we say, "Give l'» A Trial." BOTSFORD Lumber Co. REV. A. ENGLISH RESIDENCE R. E. LADENDORK RESIDENCE MRS. OLIVER MOE RESIDENCE Phone 256 Jim Pool, Manager ALGONA, IOWA C. H. LABAKKE RESIDENCE Complete Planning Service W« offer help and advice of a graduate architect, oue at the unusual features of Botsford Service, as well a» u wide variety of building plans. * ••*••*£&- M. I. JIONES RESIDENCE tUCHABD£ON FURMTl BE STORE Money to Build or Remodel Il you are intcrL'jU-'i i;. 1:1 R H A. Loan or other forms (jl tin<iiiciii£. '.\c c.111 give you complete Jc'..i;U. mid lirrttnge it ioi you

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