The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1950 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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Tuesday, February 28, 1950
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I To Make Pigs 1 I that get TOP HOG PROFITS.... t^ Smart Kossvth County Hog Kaisers- Use NORTON PICTURED ABOVE are two Norton Hog Feeders, complete and ready for delivery to farm, in th.s area This I, the f~d^that i, being used by many hundred, of farmer, in this «m«un»ty-th. famous red feeder you see on so many farm, a, you drive through the county. Iff your neighbor own, one ask him He'll tell you of the many feature, incorporated into these sound and honestly-bui., Norton bu.ld.ngs. Keep 'em hurting! Thcf» where the Norton Hog Feeder come* into the picture! Hogs keep those lid* banging, and that mean* you're getting the hustle that puts the weight end finish on your hogs for the early profitable market. Smart hog raisers get on thus* early gains with a good pig starter 4» addHton *», tow's milk ... and then they finish the Job with o Morten Hog N*derl A Norton Feeder Puts Punch in Your Feeding Program I and yog can't go wrong on any one of them. QUESTIONS and ANSWERS On Norton Portable Buildings I • Order Your Norton Feeder NOW! We are taking orders now for e»riy delivery, and have a full crew in the process of constructing. We can fit delivery to your date if you get in touch with u* now. Don't delay- start getting those larger livestock profits with a Norton Portable Feeder. QUESTION: Do you construct these buildings in standard sizes? ANSWER: Yes, there are numef out standard sizes for the farmer's selection, as follows: Hop Feeders; 10x10, 10x1? and 10 x 14 fee*. Brooder Houses: 13 x 16 ft. (Can be made smaller) Hpg House*: 10 x 16, 12 x U, and 1? x 19 ft. or sizP* to suit. Cattle Feeders: 10 x 16, 13 x 18 ft. Or sizes to suit. QUESTION: What is the UP principle as used in Norton fppd* ers? ANSWER: The Lee feeding principle ii a self-feodf r, gravity type. As constructed^ the fodder* art adjwstaWe to VW-T ious types of feed, f hey sqye waste and hours-of labor on the part of'the 'farmer! QUESTION: Have these buildings bse.n proved in actual service? ' ANSWER: Yes, without 9 flues* tion of doubt. Norton Portable build.trig» gte in u$e «r» hundred* *r KessuA xeunty tarin, t«j say ryMWnf of farm* to ad^iiwng counties, to which we hove made delivery. Comments made to us by owners indicate that these buildings are an integral part pf the farmer's profit —*-••— program. M •I i F. S. NORTON DELIVERED To Your Farm Within 25 Miles of Algona . At No Extra Charge (Additional Drayage for Distances in Excess of 25 Mi. in Algona) • You, Mr. Farmer, need not be without the profit-making small faim buildings and feeder* you netd- H*r« at Marten's, at l*w easf, you may secure those profitable buddings, delivered fo your iff, ready for us* the raomwit th»y are s»t dawn. • , You wm/ in fact, order these Norton buildings by telephone *f by mojV-%" perfected in design and u» standard in workmanship are they. They have been tested owfjr a period ef many years ,rig^t on farms where they *r<l tttttf. |h$ dftsjtus we right -- J torV 0 *»rials ar * *ound—thf werliMuuliip is f*4id. Anil prices f«r|ft«*« buildings are exceptionally reasonable. JfyfB need one or more of Ai*M f«»diri 0* Wildings, get in touch i^rith Norton, nowl I m i * * m i SON PHONE 229 PORTABLE BUM.DERS-FUEL-LUMMR-BUIWIN6 , . AIGONA, IOWA m mVmmiTfmmmm

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