The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 6
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Upp«r Det Malnii , Jims 29, 1946 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES—One fchi»#6 fo* iwo IrtsefHon*. Minimum change, SOc, 12 W6rds or less, cash In advance. Each addillonftl word, 4 cents, cash In advance: when charged; Se per word. Blind ads 25e exlra. , Each classified ad will tun anfie in both the Tuesday and Thursday paper, for only fine charge. For Sale USED MACHINERY—NU-WAY Sprayer, used very litile; Gehl Field Cutter with hay attachment and blower; Jayhawk Slacker on rubber; Steel Running Gear; Wood Running Gear with Flare Box; 14 in. M-D Disc; McCormick- Deering hay loader; M-D roller bearing sieel running gear; 20 bu. rotary hog feeder; A-C rotary pickup for Model 60 Harvester; 44 ft. New Idea steel elevator. Linde Implement Co., Swea City, Iowa, phone 64. u26a66 STOP FIRES — RED COMET Automatic fire extinguisher, for use in cars, garages, trucks, homes. Hans C. Presthus, 710 E. North St., phone 834-W, Algona, Iowa. u26-27a* ANOTHER RACK OF DRESSES, house coats, skirts and blouses, $1.98. The Elite. u26a FOR SALE — MINNEAPOLIS- Moline tractor and cultivator, only slightly used, same as new. L. J. Siemer, Britt, Iowa. a25u!8 FOR SALE — CASE BALER with loader, new motor, A-l condition, priced reasonable. H. J. Wallace, Fenton. u25-26a* FOR SALE-SHEPHERD PUPS, spayed females. Ernest Meyer, phone 8 on 95, Burt. u25-26a* SALSJ-5 ftc-OMs, partly modern. 422 West State St. * \ a2Sull FOR SALE-MODERN HOME, 2 lots, priced to sell. Melvin T, Stokke, Corwith, Iowa. u25-26a* FOR* SALE-5 ROOM MODERN house with garage, < built few years, good pre-war oak floors, oil furnace, new carpeting, nice lawn arid garden. Desirable residential location, Priced "very reasonable. Call owner evenings 327^. „ U26a* FOR SALE—8 ROOM ALL MOD- ern hoitse, hardwood floors, garage, close in. Inquire at 402 W. State St., west door. u26-27a* FOR SALE — THE FORMER Steve Stehle home at 115 W. Nebraska. See Erma Stehle at the address. u26a* FOR SALE — GARAGE WITH equipment and merchandise, good trade territory, excellent business opportunity, housing arrangements possible. Inquire Mrs. G. E. Meier, Cylinder, Iowa. u25-2Ga* THE GOLD RUSH IS ON. GOLD purses at the Elite. u26a Have You Heard About The New 40% COLLOIDAL DDT It is an effective killer of the corn borer, flies, many commoon insects. It is safe to use. Does not harm plant growth or livestock. It is economical, the high concentration of chemical means less cost of solution. Mullins Hybrid Service Co. Britt, Iowa u"26a FOR SALE—1937 CHEVROLET coach. M. C. Humphrey, phone 14F121, Algona. " FOR SALE: H FARMALL and cultivator, rubber, starter and lights: 8-t. McCormick-Deering oats binder. Clarence Klement 14 mi. W. on H. 18, Algona. 32511" IMPLEMENT SALE—AT ARCH- old. Ohio, Tuesday, July 13th at 9:30 A. M.—80 Tractors—new and used—Farmall Ms; MDs; Hs; BN; As; John Deere—G, As. B. H, M.; Red Fords; Ferg; Case; Massey; all makes; balers, all makes; combines; corn pickers; hay tools; grain tools; plows; disks; corn planters; all kinds of horse and tractor drawn machinery. Bring your machinery here to sell. Bring it in before sale day if possible. Yoder & Frey Auction Sales, Archbqld, Ohio. Frcy, Day, Sanger, Auctioneers. u26a FOR SALE—2 LOTS, EACH 4x10 rods, on 107 E. Oak St. Water and sewer, gravel street, good walks, large oak, elm and hard maple trees. H. R. Cowan. ti21a28tf FOR SALE—TABLE MODEL radio and phonograph combination. Roger Didriksen, phone 73-W. u22a(g)ti FOR SALE—193G CHEVROLET, radio and heater, cheap. Call 791-W. u26a' FOR SALE DARK FELT AND straw hats, $1.98 each at the Elite. a25u!2 FOR SALE — 1941 FORD V-8 super deluxe two door. Hocnk Motors, west of court house. u26a 50 HATS, Elite. ,$1.00 EACH. THE u26a FOR SALE—PUREBRED HERE- ford bull. wat. about 1200 Ibs. M. A. Sorlien. Bode, Iowa. u26a* FOR SALE — HIGH QUALITY alfalfa hay, .$1.50 per bale: good clover, .$1.25 per bale. Delivered if taken at once. Hay weighs 80 Ib. per bale, has had no rain. Can be seen at my place 4 miles west, 3 south of Algona. Ervin Gerber. u26a43 FOR SALE—MODEL K ALLIS Chalmers crawler tractor, cheap. Located at Prisoner Wai- Camp, 2 miles west Algona. Phone G37-W after 7 p, m. or see John W. Sherwood. a25u* FAMOUS NAMES—SPARTON, Spartonette, Schult. Elcar, Mobile Sportsman, Alma, Roycraft, Kit, Duo, Terra Cruiser. Terms: Cash or Trade. FAIRMONT TRAILER SALES, on Blue Earth Ave., FAIRMONT, MINN. u21a27lf CASE BEER — POP We Deliver BARRY'S.—Pho. 343 ulatf CARLOAD OF ASPHALT SHIN- gles just received. We put 'em on. Ask for free estimates. Gambles. a!8utf FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. u4att <TOR SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown .n." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. ulatf Homes For Sale FQR SALE — TWO ALGONA houses; also 1947 Lincoln automobile with less than 10,000 miles. See Atty. II. W Miller. a25u!8 Household Goods A. __ sola improved fsifnl.' tillable black learn ;&S1; road. Poss, Oct. 1st, 3138 39th Ave, S. Minn. FOR SALE—I6fl AdftlS NWV4 Sec. 21, Cfesco ^Twpf. This farm -has good imprdVfcments which is something to be cottsldfcred «t present prices, buildings serviced by electricity. Edw; O&pesius, Real Est. & Farm Loarlg. u2tia* — 240 A. FARMS FOR Palo Alto venwe drained, good buildings, electricity, jet pump in, school bus, on 8r a ffil' , ?1 ? 5 Al See- Attorney L. W. Nitchals. „„ u26a25 Cards of Thdhks FOR SALE-FARMS IN SOUTH^ crn Minnesota 'ffom 80 A to 320 A. Priced SBO'to $160. Reasonable terms. All good improvements, electriditif.^ artd on all weather roads.' Wrlle C. 0 Riddle, Hayfield, Mifln. 6r phone &716 Hayfield. -"" • u26a* FARM FOR SALE — SMALL, near Algona, Iowa with business location, on paved x highway near two railroads. Possession oh sale. Write P. O. Box 420, Fort Dodge, Iowa. U24-27a* MlLUSft) Ladies wrltf *tateh.- identlf* And pajr for ad. Al|6ftd Newspaper office, Wanted WANT TO RENT—HOUSE" OR 1 apartment by Sept. 1st, County Auditor L. J. Immerfall, phone RO<S ' T "' ' * u28nl5 WANTED—CUSTOM-'HAY /AND , straw baling. New Holland one- man twine bailer. 80 Ib. bale 12c. Will takfe large jobs. "", Ewald Haack, Wesley,, dial 3262 or Eu gene • Broderson, dial 2101. ' i u23-27a29 SPINET PIANO — PREFER TO sell locally for quick disposal. Write Waltham Piano Company, Wholesale Dept., 1802 E. Oklahoma Avenue, Apt. 8, Milwaukee, Wis., for when this piano may be seen in Algona. u25-26a* SEE THE ELECTROLUX VA- cuum cleaner. Only $69.75, complete. Don H. Hutchins, phone 1081, Algona. u!5a!4tf FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO, used four months. May be had for balance due. Like new condition. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. a25u* FOR SALE: COOLERATOR, like new. Clarence Klement, 14 mi. W. on H. 18, Algona. a25u* USED APPLIANCES FOR SALE —Coolerator ice box, 75 ib. capacity. Premier vacuum sweeper. Maytag and Speed Queen washing machines. Crilly Appliances. u26a21 FOR SALE—MAROON COLOR- ed living room suite, and green Olson rug, 12x15. Both in good condition. Mrs. F. H. Froehlich, phone 24-F12, Algona. u26a* Farms For Sale FOR SALE—80 ACRES UNIM- proved in St. Benedict-Corwith territory, all crop land, good drainage. Price $147.50. Edw. Capesius, Real Est. & Farm Loans. u26a* FOR SALE—FINE"; UNIMPRpy- ed 80 acres, all under cultivation, well fenced and tiled, new corn crib. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. a25u!9 IMPROVED 280 A. 2% MILES to Algona, good improvements, modern house, 260' A. best of plow land, balando pasture. Must close estate. Highest sealed bid by July 10. Heirs retain right to refuse any or all bids. Robert Black, Algona, Iowa. u24-26a39* FOR SALE — 22G/A. FARM, 3 miles lioin Lattfe Park, Iowa, Good buildings, electricity. Terms cash, to settle estate. Pete Swanson, 425 Lake Ave.,. Worthihgton, Minn. Phone 2-6573. a24-25u2i, FARM LOANS WITH THE greatest savings and safety for the borrower are available to finance purchase ol farm, improvements, general t&An needs, ffo fees or commissions. Dividends being paid to borrowers; Ask about FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS at your National Farm Loan Association office or drop us a line. E. H. Hutchins Sec- Treas., 110 S. Dodge St., Algona Iowa. u25-28a58< PAINTING AND DECORATING Albert Hagg, phone 758W. U25-28E SALESGIRL WANTED' Steady full time position. Must be 18 years or older. Ben Franklin Store. U26al6 WANTED—SCRAPER OPERA- tor, also one heavy 'duty mechanic familiar with road equipment. Phone 945-J, Algona.' v . u26a!5 WANTED—CUSTOM BALING. HaVe new MM self-tying wire baler, 16x18 bale head, size, 14 g iuge wire. Robert Hamilton, ial 5861, Bancroft. u26a2l WANTED— SERVICE STATION ^ attendant., 'Apply Chrome Ser- yice Station. a25u8 Used Cars FOR SALE — 1942 PONTIAC 4-door sedan, new motor, extra clean. Dau's Garage. a25u!2 FOR SALE—1933 FORD 4-DOOR sedan, '47 motor, good 6-1C inch tires, new brakes, seat covers, sealed beam lights. ' Willis Koppen, 3 miles south, % mile east Lakota. a25u FOR SALE—1941 CHEVROLET 4-door. Whittemore Auto Service, Whittemore, Iowa. a25-26u* Notice to Our Patrons! So That Ail Our Employees May Have Vacations Modern Dry Cleaners Will Be Closed One Week Saturday, July 3 Thru Saturday, July 10 (Open Monday Morning, July 12) Elk Cleaners Will Be Closed One Week Saturday, July 10 Thru Saturday, July 17 (Open Monday Morning, July 19) FOR SALE — 1941 4-DOOR Chevrolet sedan, extra 'clean Dau's Garage. a25ulC FOR SALE—1940 FORD TUDOR, practically new motor, heater, seat covers, in excellent condition. For particulars see Edmund Otis, Wesley. a25U20 FOR SALE -•• ' 1949 Mercury Sedan • ' i 1948 Pontiac Sedanette I.' 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Sedan 1947 Mercury Club Coupe 1947 Chevrolet Club Coupe 1947 Chevrolet Town Sedan 1940 Ford Pickup 1941 Plymouth Coach 1939 Ford Coach 1938 Plymouth Sedan 1934 Ford Coupe We Trade — Easy Terms See us for any make or model our stock turns fast. Our cars arc better! W. E. LEY MOTOR CO. Lakota, Iowa a25u FOUND — BILLFOLD. OWNER identify and nay for ad at Algona Newspaper office. . u26a You'll Be Dollars Ahead! If You Use Good Paint Buildings Good paint protects sidings from decay, seals nail- heads—-adds years to the life of your farm home and service buildings. In addition to bringing you a complete Jlne of the bes* paints, we'll help you plan your farmstead painting for expert color-styling—as seen in the April issue of Successful Farming magazine. better plans and better materials for better farm buildings! BOTSFORD LUMBER Cd 356 Jim WANTED — ANYONE HAVING anything to be trucked' to Omaha. Contact us as we go in empty. Ed Maahs, Whittemore. a25-26u!9> WANTED — CLEAN COTTON i wiping rags. 5 to 7 cents Ib. Dau's Garage. v a25u!2 PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR- ing. Drop a car'd or call 38. Melvin T. Stokke, Corwith, Iowa. u25-26a* WANTED—CUSTOM HAY AND straw baling. New Holland one-man twine baler. 80 Ib, bale 12c. Ewald Haack, Wesley, phone 3262 or Eugene Broderson, phone 2161. u,23-27a!9 CAftD Of ...,..»« Wfrwish fofekp'fiss oUf, B ii«.- ere latitude ftnd .appreciation ie all rleftds. flelghMrs.aftd friends, ne ghbors aftd je elalfVeS/ for Ifieir help, floral offeHfitfs f dHd spiritual jboiwuats, and^heTftnitm klndhesses ekterided to 1 us dUflft* , - klndnessls ektewded to'us the Illness, afid at the time af tKte 1 death of our husband and fathe?, Mrs. Ed. Hauptman attd children, Wesley. ^ ;.V 2 g. a . CARD OF THANKS - l ' '- '• ' Our sincere gratitude tb the many friends and relatives, 1 thb p&stor and teacher, the >ehdiri ahi" all others-for the sympathy a"n kindnesses extended to us during our time of berekverrtbrtt. Mrs.' Mngn ifyhig Class 1 ""••* «>•*«»%, v^* k«\.i. ^.e* vc*i iv jib* Gustav, Reddel and children. a25u35* CARD OF THANKS " We Wish to express OUP thanks' to friends, relatives, hefghbors,- and the pallbearers, for thcl? many kindnesses .and expressions of sympathy at the time of the death Of our father. Wayne dddi den Family, Algttna. • a25u* l- Miscellaneous , NOTICE . ; European Coffee Shop will ,be closed July 3, 4 and 5 in order to give the help a vacation.- Will open the morning of the 6th at usual time. . , u26a30 FOR DEPENDABLE POULTRY culling write -or call Agard DISTRICT i MANAGER FOR Northwest Iowa Territory — Selling a hand portable milking machine. Age 35-55. Experience desired selling dealers. Must have dairy,' or farm experience. Must have car. Drawing, account and travel expense against commissions (extensive traveling not required.) Splendid , opportunity with Nationally known manufacturer, affording substantial earn- SEE L. S. BOHANNON - ' -. ' '-' FQfr I HAIL INSURANCE on Growing Crops' Phone 1,03 Over S & L Store To Find Every da", of every shopping week in the year, you'll ^InU bargains at our ANNEX. Right now, we are cutting prices on all Spring Suits, Coats. ar|d Drosses. You'll ^ind smart, attractive summer dresses in both cotton and rayon at rock-bottom prices. Get the ANNEX hablt- this Is the time of year when you'll find amazing bar- T v ga'ins here. Visit the ANNEX this week. , ^i V > 1 -s /?/!_ WSM ~y?-:l ••*£-. >l Swim-suits the sun J' will shine on ... one and two piece . L ' ' t ' 7 ' models in satin lastex, rayon jersey, cotton and novelty knits. Wonderful colors-just made t<j flatter « i sunburnished skins and all . Ji0ures. Choose a solid or a print from ' <!. •>• » '' our outstanding cast of acjua-stars. Priced from $2,?5;ta $14.95 v i 'i t :? V t V f V < V <f 1 II <? t '« i * V 9 1 t i

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