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. Km, from Sunday till fuesfdaf I Austin, Minn,, with Mr. ofld -fc William Schneider'. The Hiners went.to Green" SStttfdlty, d remained over July'4 with and Mrs. Frank.DeMflf,, , _ *. arid Mrfe, filmli P&HWfr frfe' |«tl Mrs. Ralph Mbrgali, Mrs. Alice Claytorl arid Ida PetefSfiW lfnyo to Esthervlllc Thursday to co Harold Clayton who was iri a -ec-pm accidoht. m is getting iftlorig vpry wpll and is at hftme. f M*. and Mrs, Fred KSrtf JTf,, IMr. and Mrs. Lowell Smith an'd SMr and Mrs. Sidney Coburn of Pnrkcrsburg spent the holiday hVc-pkcnd at Guttenbefg, where *t}ir«y had a cottage and did some 1 fishing in the Mississippi river. Mrs. Mary Laing is in cHttcai condition and her sister Mrs. Ag- 1( r s , a1t ha s'come, from Grand Klrmd, Neb. Mrs. Laihg. suffered broken hip in a {all several months ago and her condition * has not been favorable from the n.St.. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh'fell on the if;: hasetnent. stall's Wednesday while' "carrying some blankets to be, ;. iiimdered. Her right arm was 5 |broken above the .wrist; She is rat hor home and fs being assist|'£d in the household Work by Ila *Bilt;l)orough. to Kfl-lltpe-l, Mont., Thursday with htrdatrahtef Mrs. Charles Lykim Who" HatTbeeft Here Visiting s6v- eral weeks. Mrs. Ditsworth hari rehled her house till November 1 btit'plAns to return Here a little edoner lhafi' that; - Jlid&f,«»d<"&ftt, <3^W, SiilU rttfift, MtfrclC'and'.Anri, Wnt to the Ofcofa-ofjisi Saturday, adcom- feSftted by Judy: MurtngH ahd spent the July fourth weekend thete, at: the Mtlrtagh cottage. They were'toitte'd Sunday by .Mr. afld r MrS. Murtagh. Mf, arid MfS. Mauris MtEvoy arid thdir three children came Friday Morn'ing frdm' Minneapolis to spefrd a 10-day vacation with Mr, MfiEV6y's mother,' Mrs. KatHefihe' McEVoy. ' Maurice is draftsman at the General Dairy EqulpmeW company. Mt. and Mrs. Hatry"Cuiler and Jody and Mr. and'Mrs. Pat Goodwin spent last week Sunday at Fort Dodge, the trip and dinner tehre ,&eing .a birthday celebration for'Mrs; Cutler. Tuesday the Cutlers were? dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. V/ilson at Rossie. Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Hard- grpve; have,, built' a basement hquse on West Call street and moved.; into it last week. The apartment',they have pccupied at Mi-s Eva MHt&g's has been taken by Mr. and Mrs. Riissell Kelley. Who formerly; lived .in the Alderson' apa'rtnlentV r assi CLASSIFIED RATES—One ehatge for i^b IrisetHonf. Minimum chaitge. SOtJ. 12* words or less, cash in advance. Each additional wotd, 4 ceri«, ,cash irt advance} when charged: So j/et word. Blind ads : 25c'extra. Each,classified ad will run once in boih iHe Tuesday and Thursday paper, ttit only one R SALE — 32 FT. LENGTH stave silo, 97 staves, sell all or Ipart. Down in piles. L. H. Rob- Vinson, phone 614-LW. u27a20 IFOR SALE — NEARLY NEW 28"x46" Avery, all steel thresh- fing machine. Earl Shiplcr, Burt, Ilbwa. , u27-28a» I ANOTHER TABLE OF $1 HATS .at the Elite. ' u27a8 IFOR SALE — TIMOTHY AND clover hay. Ray Kading, Fen|ton, Iowa, nhone 418,, Lone Rock. "" FOK GOOD BUILDING MATER- ial see T. H. Robertson, Park PRapids/Minn. a26-27ulO IAN EXCLUSIVE LINE OF NEW | blouses—white sheers and pas,• tels. The Elite; u27a!2 FOR SALE—7 FT. JOHN DEERE No. 5 power mower. 2-man Ann y-Arbor pickup.baler, good'running order. .3&|nilas east»< 1 mile *south ^r Ernest -Christ, Lakota, la. a26u28* TOR SALE—CEYLON CEMENT stave silo. If intterested in purchasing ,a silo get our price. Can take-'orders yet. L. W. Hauptman, |Rcp., Wesley,* Iowa., • a26u* TOR SALE — 2-14 IN. RADEX bottom; one A. C. 60 pickup; one F-12 in good shape; one.Shal- Ow well water system, automatic, nearly new. L. W. Hauptman, Wesley. a26u* 'ANOTHER TABLE OF. $1 HATS at tho- Elite. ' . . . u27a8 [FOR SALE — WHITE SPITZ male dog. Walter Dacken, 7 I miles north", 3 west, Vh north Burt. a26u* IFOR SALE —INTERNATIONAL 8 ft. grain binder. Can be used [for wind-rowing or tie good bUri- dles. Donald Weaver, 4 east; 3.V4 north, Algona, a26u* FOR SALE—CHESTER WHITE brood sows. Geo. Wolf; Lu- Verne. I 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* FAMOUS NAMES—SPARTON, Spartonette, Schiilt, Elcar, Mbr bile Sportsman, Alma, Royeraft, Kit, Duo, T«rra Cruiser. Terms: Gash or Trade. FAIRMONT [4 TRAILER SALES, on Blue Earth Ave., FAIRMONT, MINN, u21a27tf / CASE BEER'— POP We Deliver . BARRY'S—PHo. 343' ulatt CARLOAD OF ASPHALT.SHIN- gles just received. We put' "em on. Ask for free estimates. Garni bles. alButf FOR SALE — POLLED Horned Hereford bulls, service able age. P. M. Christensoh, Lgne liock, la. u4atf-" SALE EAGLE WATER- proof home jnsulatjflw "bjpvn in," Expert inspectioa, esw^' ing service. Cawa'n Bigg.-SupoJ Qo,, Phone 275, Algqqa, . Mtgff Homes For Sajf FOR SALE—8 RQOM ALl, MOD- em house, hardwood •floors, 'araga, close in. Inquire at 40J W. *.. west door. one : p- , - (juir? Ajgpng Newspapers, Hg7ft* Household Goods '1PW < SEWING * 'Immediate .?H9JJRS|tV^lflf XMH >JPV4WVJI tw» .ASH** jwt "|T*T,"ffWPV-Ip^P'- -*# ^ •North Iowa Sewing Machirie Co. cfentral office, EmmetsburR, Iowa. (Algona agency—The Elite Hat Shop). . _ . u27a58 FOR-SALB-lft ACR'fiS.' 1 south nrtd »A west Grounds. 4 milk' crowds Stone, Algona. SALE— ton. iffO A, farm 4 Cylinder, extra. gdod- electricity, mti per acre, Owner, 1124 35th, ; fi'es town. SALE—100 Sco. 34, Credcft Twp: This.farWt has good improvcrtf&ritl, whi6|r-is sohiethirig to bd cdnsidMed' at present prices, bUildihg* ' bjf electricity. Edw". CapfesfUA, Real Est. & Fhfnl Loan's; u27a* i- _ , __.^._ . . - . j _-*'-'*;,*FARM FOR' SALE — near Algona, Iowa" wltH nass location, ort'paViid hlgH neaiMwtf railroads. Pos&Ssion dfi sale. Write P. O. Box 420/ F6 Dodge, low'a. .1424*273 FARM LOANS WITH.' THfi greatest savings and safely. 'fdf the borrower are available" W'fU nance purchase of farm, improve 1 - mettts, general farrrt needs. No fees or commissions. Dividends being paid to borrowers. Ask about FEDERAL LAND EANK LOANS at your Natl6riftlF Fafhi Loan Association office 1 or dtbp' us a line. E. H. Hutb'hlns; Sec' Treas., 110 S. D6dge St., Algatiit, Iowa. u25-28a58i* FOR SALE—GOOD IRON BED with Simmons Sapless"pi-ings. Mrs. R. A.. Carney, after 5 p. m. u27a* FOR SALE — RECENTLY bought Belgium wool carpet, nice pattern, 11x20 with extra 6V6xgV<> attached, can be cut to fit most floors. Will sell for half price. Also good range, Westin- house',, 4-hole good Frigidaife Cold wall; Bee vacuum cleaner, with attachments; and some new furniture. Leaving town. Call 327-W or,see at 660 North Minnesota. u27a* FOR SALE—100 LB. CAPACITY Coolerator. very clean. _Geo. Wagner, 2 miles north St. Joe; ' ' ' USED APPLIANCES FOR SALE —Coolerator ice' box, 75 Ib. ca- 'psicity; Late : -model Maytag, Coronado .and 'Automatic Washcffs. G'&o'a'Majestict*all^orcelaiflr f-Srffte' \yith oil conversion'. Lawn mower, Premier upright sweeper, excellent' 1 condition. Crijly Appliances. State and Harfan. Phone 399. U27a39 FOR. SALE—STUDIO -, COUCH, excellent condition. Can be seen at 426 No., Minn, , u27a'f SEE THE ELECTROLUX VA- cuum cleaner. Only $69.75, complete. Don H. Hutchins, phone , Algona. ul5al4tf SMALL MIDGET PIANO, OWN-' er moving to Calif. Excellent' buy. Write: Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. a26u* Farms For Sale • FOR SALE—WELL IMPROVED farm, 1 'mile south of Blue Earth. Henr.y Schimek. : ' - u27-28a* FOR; SALF^-480 ACRES WIN- neb'ago county with two sets of improvements, farm cut by open ditch, just cleaned out, so l^ind can be tiled, 300 acres on one side of ditch with buildings, 180 acres on other side with buH$- ings, close to town. Price $75 per acre. Edw. Capesius, Real' Estate & : Farm' Loans. u27a-* IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE 'f- -212 acres and 175 acres near Ernmetsburg, well fenced and draih'ed, all Webster and Clarion Itiarrij' level, and all tillable. Also a pice % at Whittemore and one at v Algona; fair buildings, and all level -eiarioii and Webster loam, nicely ".located, fenced and drained: See\thesQ fine farms for home or investment. Frank Noonan, Emniet!?burg. , a26u* POWER SCYTHE Cuti^nd trims ?ll tall growth W* from ground. Cuts where other mpw* ers won't—close to trees, under low, branches, under fences and arpjjin^ |l|& obstacles, 36' sickle follows - conto.ur, Light* 19 Hondle. Excellent fa firms", parks, roadside «fjd _ 'MITCHELL pome, See and be Convinced^ that we have some of the Best' Land in Iowa. 160 A. Nearly all tillable, • avi orage buildings. Elec. A real producer. Price— $105.00 -per acre. 160 A. Good buildings,, 30 dcr,es nermanent. good outlet: ;Elec. Good road, wove*n wire fenced : Price-— $105.00 per acre. 1513 A. On paving, elec., school 80 rods, buildings in good repair and paint, black soil, 7 room house insulated, furnace,''l2. cow- stanchion v barn concrete'' fl'o'on new hollow block dairy arid pump house, double crib;' machine shed, garage, poultry,' Hog house. 2 strings of tile Will; make this farm all tillable. • Price— $125.00 per acre. 280 A. On paving. Only 18 acres that can't be plowed' b'iit real- pasture. Lots of limih'g; and new fencing been done' lately; Good all around set of bUildln'gs? Price— $125.00 per acre.' 197 A. l'/ 2 miles from Osage.ort" paving. This is an old estate arid' the buildings are not' being cfcctf- pied but would make an"' ideal dairy farm as it has about'' half 1 the farm in original blue' grass pasture and the balance' in* good 7 crop land. Has a good basement' barn, 7 N rporm house, double crib,' granary in bVri, shop, machine shed, garage, hog house, some* sheep sheds, woven wire around pasture and most' of crop land:' Anyone with vision- can see this 1 would be an ideal place to' pro- ; cluce either milk or beef. Price'' —$100.00 per acre. ' . 130 A. 1 mile from town. A! real little dairy farm; with 'new* hollow tile basement 1 barn, new*, cement stave silo,, hog hoijse,' silo, poultry, woven wire, fenced, tiled and nearly all tillable. miles to 'gowd town. $130.00 p& atre, . Tftife Half Section. efl,,Cart-buy all'.or half. : Prite—$80.00 per acre. IRVIN J. OLSEN, Realtor Phone 90 Osage, low'a 1 u27a420'» Used Gars CHEV. MASt- . Inquire Algona News- u2ta* FOR SALE—1941 DELUXE PLY- mouth coupe, spotlight, radio, and heater, new tires, good con- ditI6h,' $10ftlf. D. E. Biair, West B'enU a26u* ft{|ht. Hlnck and white. Answers tglflam<; .Jikky. Reward. Dave %bCtor, 202 So. 8th Street, Mat- lltou'n. u27&* (BY HOWARtJ MtLLEttj , wrist watch. Owner idemif.y ;ind pay for ad. Inquire Algonn Newspaper office. • ' u25-27a!7 Wanted 1 HAVE TO MiRE A MAN to" help our bistrict Manager handle our increasing business in this,community. This work is in lirte wilh the program advocated by the Department of Agriculture. Must have car. Permanent wprk, j!ood pay for man who has had snmo farm experience. Write Box 400. cnre this newspaper. u27a53 SALS'—193,7 FORD COACH. T. Jertsfert, 508 ' E. Call, Algona. a20u* FOR SALE — 1948 PACKARD, 1948' Vi8. Richard Price, La, low'a; a26-2.7-u* FOR SALE—1940 OLDSMOBILE 'W'. VirgU Tokheim, Swea Ciiy'j phdhe 20-F3: a26-27u* SAliE 1 —19^6 ! DELUXE 4- ddor Plymouth. Nearly new tiresv Uses about 1 pint oil in 600 miles; New'"' battery, brakes and wiring. Has good' radio, heater, and; fan.' s 4- miles tasl: and 3'/4 rtdfth'Of Algona.'.Donald F. Weav- ,er'.. , a26u* FOR' SALE—1941 CHEVROLET • 4-door, Whittemore Auto Ser- iVic'e, Whittemore, Iowa. • ' . . a25-26ui* CARD OP' THANKS ~~~*~' .1'. desire with the greatest j appreciation- to extend heartfelt thahks/to.the' many neighbors .and'other"friends-' who we're so iho'ugh'tluT and' helpful following the sudden death'of my wife'. Ole Allisbri,'',ATgoria. a26u* & Found '' TERRIER ' PUPPY ; near Sinclair station Saturday IP' YOU ARE 1NTERSTED IN niaking $500 or mote . per moflih, write F-53, Algona NeWs- pajSeirs. If your letter proves to usjhai you can meel our stand- afds, v.'o v/ill gladly arrange an ittiel-viow. Stale age and exper- ienee. Must have car. u27-30a HELP WANTED — CONSUM- ers Food Store. a26u* WANTED — OFFICE RECEP- .tionist, professional office. Typing. Write Box 257, Algona. ,;.., a26ulQ WANTED—CUSTOM HAY AND straw baling. New Holland one- man twine boiler. 80 ib. bale 12c. Will take large jobs. Ewald Haack, Wesley, dial,3262 or Eugene Biotlerson, dial 2161. u23-2/7a29 WANTED _ ANYONE HAVING anything to be trucked to'Oma- ha. Contact us as we go in empty. Ed Maahs, Whittem.ore. ' , a25-26u!9" 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 2101. u23-27a!9 DISTRICT MANAGER FOR .Northwest Iowa Territory — Selling a hand portable milkinf machine. Age 35-55. Experience desired selling dealers. Must have dairy, or farm experience. Mus' pleasant house, elec., gdbd road? About half river pasture but'* good. Price—$140.00 per acre. 120 A; 7% miles from'Riceville.. 8 room house insulated; furnace," elec., gobd«barn, double crib, with?granary overhead, ariotner' gran--1 arv and : crib, poultry, hog house.H Tile clear thru farm with,several? laterals. Cement stave ^ilo. Price; —$135.00 per acre. Possession? Nov. 15th. 240 A. 5-miles S, Wvof Rice-' ville. Modern 6'room house, bath,; furnace, attic ; insulate'd,, barn? 48x64, concrete feeding floor, ce-' ment stave silo, 2 cribs,;2 gran-', aries, machine shed, garage 14x! 20, poultry 14x52. . Nearly allj woven" wire. Price—$100.00 .per acre. ...-., •,-,. .-.•' 400 A. 3 large barns, 2 dwell-' ings, double crib, hollow .block 1 a good assortment of Straight Ladders cind' Extension Ladders. < f THeider 40 ft. Extension Ladder Rodded Rungs 1 Heider 32 ft, Extension Ladder Rodded Rungs 4,5 and 6;.ft. Step ladders ^;3 Screen WindoWs, .26x30-2 Jf, galvanized ^ Wire, can be bought for the price of thjs Wire. ! Will have another car cement on track,about next Friday. Firsf'come—first served. 1 Inc PHONE 40:Jil SEXTON, IOWA KT6W IS THE TIAAE FOR YOUR •;<. MID-SUMMER;? MOTOR CHECK-UP EveryoHe^noIvs that sOr^mer weather is erratic. Some days'are blistering and others are cool. Som^days are scbrcriirigly dry while other days are wet and rainy, This changeable ^weather is hard on any car's motor, old or new. Thats why frequent motor tjrii-upj and lubrications are essential. Our trained and / experi^hced workmen'a^e "at your service to make your summer driving more -enjoyable. , ' ,T , * ' iSbWPVAiffc } Until Trbubl^ 1| ay! Remember- Better Safe ; Wan Sorry- 1 IJltYoii Won't Be Sorry^That You Saw Us. CHEVROLET MOTORS! W9 biv9 iv .npt*eb«n£ .pT»nli L S» pver IbPt |4| ShevToiet movers. Thsst«?« •y lines of jh^ General Motors , — ----- • ^4 igsfo . y - t -.f.^V'l '&<£' v J ^ , -V- > . '•; >« •-•*' r^T-*™ r * '»&& f &ti9& .' ^sarf/^S^^frf^^"' •• i '-w«g'.-.-. }, i J ! y 'K&tf! j-Svl^y< have car. Drawing account aftdi Tuesday, July 6, travel expense against cofnmis-' siohs (extensive traveling rtot required.) Splendid opportunity with Nationally known manufacturer, affording substantial earnings and exceptional future. Write Sox 400, Algona. u25-27a54 ^ upptf Dtf M«w Miscellaneous PAINTING AND DECORATING. Albert Hagg, phone 758W. u25-28a FOR DEPENDABLE POULTRY culling write. or call Agard ProdUte collect, 2'421, LuVerne, Iowa. All poultry paid for on the fafhi. u23-30a20 GENUINE OLDS MOBILE parts and service at your Oldsmobile leader. Dau's Garage. a25-'30ull For All Types Concrete Work REAtiY-MIX CONCRETE Delivered to your job Phone 166 READY-MIX CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO. Algona. u4atf UNOLSUM — LI'NO- wall tile laid by experts. Custom wortf. Cottfah Bldg, Slftply Cfl.l Algoha. . uifitf . . .. . < . .... ... t . .. j_ GRANULATED ZONOLITE ttt* suiatidft, Kock VrttoI'riS'ttS efftd granulated wool are available for your hone. You too can insulate your own home. See us! F, S. MORTON fe S6N phon* 299 aSutf FLOOR SANDING AND REF1N- ishing. Heavy commercial «$tHpfnettti ! Portable.' 6lan% Ootfaft Bldg, AlgonaV'plione' 275. SEE-ME Foit REAL COAL . Complete stock on haf«L Be Safe ,, .. 234 Raesly Lbr. 60. , Mel B. Griffin. Mgr. tllatf 1C MOVING Oft STORING 1 ~ YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS contnfct Brady Transfes- & Storage Co. Dodgo, lown ts, Allied Van Linns, 'inc., In your locality World's Largest Long Dlstinee Moving Service Excelle'ni equipment compeieni and courteous service. Phone or write for estimate on any moving problem. utf TAYLOR Implement Co J.I.CASE MACHINERY * HUDSON IAR5 PHONE 4ZI AICQMA, IOWA SC Case Tractor with'-Cultivator' (A^-1) VC Case Tractor with Cultivator B Aliis-Chalmers Tractor with Cultivator International No. 60 Combine with Motor Pick-up John Deere D Tractoj (A-1) 1942'Ford 5-Pass. -1930 Model A Ford Coupe (A-l) 1932 Chevrolet SPRAYERS AND CHEMICAL See Our Stock! We have the spray chemical and the spray equipment farmers want,,. we know because they have been buying. Pictured js our Rocket Trailer Type Sprayer. See us for both'Amine and Ester 2 4-D in three different brands, . i> FOR SALE We HaVfc the Weed arid fence Row Mowers You Want! w in cirttf Seejhetn Maehinory r -&S.r*' ^L& iT >,** & j. j. r. »™ T

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