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id Corn-Borers larSweaCity City—the cofn-bwer iffis J its appearance ift' north- Kdssuth, according to local nors, who are finding the egg "•58 present ift large numbers, form of borer is reported at in several oat fields also, .ops m general, however, rife pking excellent, and are softie* Ttat in advance of their usual at this season.. WANT ADS For Sole HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE NEW Mbjud M-moulded midriff slips? White artd shell pirtk satin and rnulti-filarrtent crepe. $3.98. The Elite. . u28fl21 FOR SALE—PORTABLE WIN^j dttw exhaust fans, excellent for trtoiihg rooms, at night. Price $34,70, Pratt-/Electric Construction Co, u28a!8 FOtt SALS-YELLOW 1™~, repcllnnt lamp bulbs. All sifces Pratt Electric CbfistrtfcMoB Co, FOR SALE—TEAM OP WELL broke 4 and 5 yr. old horses. Two Shetland ponies,- 3 yrs, olid. M. C. Humphrey, phone 14-9121, Algona', u28a* MORE OF THOSE BARGAIN; hats for $1 each at the Elite. AU other straws reduced* u28al?S TUBS. . WED, - THURS., JULY 13-14-15 •LAUGIMAPPY< COMEDY and FUN! I W &> & V- T ^2 fiSX EDDIE JOAN CANTOR-DAVIS If You Knew SUSIE- ite •*;», .wi* AlbYN JOSl^YN CHARLES DINGLE Added—Twenty Years of Academy Awards News — Big Wash FRIDAY - SATURDAY, JULY 16-17 WHEN 38 BLOCKS OF VICE AKft CORRUPTION MADE HISTORY' ^ The low-Down of Old Basin St.. ; Cradle of the Music That Rocked the World! •LOUIS ARMSTRONGS HIS BAND, ' and BIUIE HOLIDAY V WOODY HERMAN ami HIS ORCHESTRA I Original N,* Ortiam Ra f HmtBfii4 SALE—FROZEN STRAW* berries, 30 Ibs., $10.98; 10 Ibs. $4.19T Consumers Food Store. u28a* V farm*, 1 Wife south of Earth, Henry Schimek-. .„„-. LOANS WT.TM THE gfeiteat savings and safety tat the. borrower are available to fk nance purchase of farm, improve* meats, general farm needs'. N» tfews or commissions. Divideftds being paid to borrowers. Ask; (about FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS at youi- National Farm Loan Association office or drop us a line. E, H. Hutchins, Sec* Treas., llO S. Dodge St., Algona* Iowa. u25-28a58» FARMERS!! YOU WILL FIND our parts department open evenings during the harvest season. Algona Implement Co,, phone 52, Commercial Street. U28a2'0 FOR SALE—10 FT McCORMICK Deering power binder. Allen Darby, LuVerne. u28a* FOR SALE—USED NEW IDEA hay loader in. the best of condition. $150, One used Letz Roughage mill, and 1 used 7A Bear Cat mill. Rengstorf Impl. Co^, Eagle GroVe, la., phone 37. u28a30 FOR SALE—GOOD USED TIRES without breaks for use ort.farm wagons. Hoenk Motors, West of Court House. ,u28-3la!7 MORE OF THOSE CLOSE-OUT dresses, sweaters, blouses, artd skirts at $1.9tf. The Elite, U28al3 FOR SALE — REGISTERED Brown Swiss bull, 3 yrs.: old. Scott DeSarl, phone 41-2, Fenton. U28a* FOR SALE—1942 FORD PICKUPJ .grain box and stock rack, 7x7, •Alfred Bierstedt, 6 mile's north, .1 went of Whittemore. u28a* FOR SALE—BALED ALFALFA or red clover. Tom Sampson, Algona. a27U* FOR -SALE — POWER LAWN , mower, rotary type, numatic ires, Briggs & Strattori motor, good condition, $40. Side arm kerosqne hot water heater, $5. E. E. Anderson, 525 N. Thbring- ton, phone 824-W. a27u30 FOR SALE — RASPBERRIES and currants. Orton Fruit Farm, Algona. a27u9 FOR SALE—ONE FINE LEVEL block of land on Poplar St., sewer and water available with the erection of the necessity project now pending, priced reasonably. Inquire Algona Newspapers or write Box S'03, Algona.. "a27u* FOR SALE — ONE 134 INCH stake, box (new) platform and stake sides. KENT MOTOR CO.. Algona. a27u!6 FOR SALE—160 A, WILD HAY in field. John McCarthy, Lakota, phone 4981, Bancroft. a27u* FOR SALE — NEARLY NEW 28"x46" Avery, all steel threshing machine. Earl Shiplei\ Burt, Iowa. « u27-28a* FOR GOOD BUILDING MATER- ial see T. H. Robertson, Park Rapids, Minn. • . - - ' a26-27ulO FAMOUS NAMES—SPARTON, Spartonette, Schult, Elcar, Mobile Sportsman, Alma, Roycraft, Kit, Duo, T«rxa Cruiser. Terms: Gash or Trade. FAIRMONT TRAILER SALES, on Blue Earth Ave., FAIRMONT, MINN. •u21a27t£ CARLOAD OF ASPHALT SHIN- gles just received. We put 'em on. Ask fqr free estimates. Gambles. alSutf Used Cars ,FOR SALE—1947 CHEVROLET truck, 2 T., LWB, combination grain and stock rack, first class condition. Ervin Gerber, phone Sir-Fill, Algona. u28a* FOR SALE—1937 CHEVROLET coach, $300. M. C. Humphiey, phone 14-F121, Algona, u28a* FOR SALE—1937 FORD, NEW tires. g_pod motor. Clean. Raymond Bergum, Bancroft. u28a* FOU SALE—MODEL A, CHEAP, ' good condition. Call 5861. Martin-Hamilton, Bancroft. u28a* FOR SALE—1946 FORD TUDOR, less than 25,000 miles. J. H, "Welp, Bancroft, Iowa. ' a27ul$ FOR SALE—1942 PLYMOUTH Deluxe, very clean; 1938 Plymouth 4-door, clean; 1936 Plymouth 2-door. cheap; 1936 Chevrolet tudpr; 1938 Chevrolet coupe, cheap; 1938 Ford Coach, 'clean; 1>940 Ford tudor, very clean. West Bend Auto Co., West Bend; * FOR SALE — 1948 PACKARD, 1948 V-8. Richard PricepLa- kpta, Iowa. " "" ~~ 'rtfeLP WANTED fO CARE ffOR •Mrs. Minkler at the H. D, Hut- jChins home commencing Saturday afternoon. Please notify Sihone 832-J or 572*J. a27u21 V A R Hop WANTEB AT V.George's Drive 1ft, Call 538, YOU ABE tm%mm& m ;. flkins $500 of «U»f* fJ*f ;g*nth> wait* jp.53, Ai$aot tt***> jWfmrs. If you* !*««* ftiettt* to •~* that you eaa ffl*et oat siand- s, we will gladly arrange an rview. Slafd age aftd 6Xper- e. Musi have ear. u27-30a felt appreciation to our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy, gifts, and cards during the recent loss of our husband and father. Mrs. Dale Jensen and daughter; u28a* We wish to extend our heart. felt appreciation to our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy and many cards during the recent loss of our son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dransfcldt. u28a* FOR SALE—1940 OLDSMOBILE "70". Virgil Tokheim,: Swea City, phone 20-F3. a26-27u* USED CARS with satisfaction guaranteed. We back up what we selL Ask .anyone who has bought a car from us. Stop in and look at any of these. You will like the way we do business. Why wait another year or two "for a car? 1949 Mercury Sedan. 1948 Ford-5 passenger coupe. . 1948 Chevrolet Aero Sedan. 1947 Pontiae Fordor Sedan. 1947 Chevrolet Town Sedan. 1948 Chevrolet Club Coupe. 1946 Picikup Ford. 1940 Ford Tudor. 1939 Ford Coupe. 1939 Ford Tudor. • 1938 Plymouth Fordor. 1936 Chevrolet Fordor. 1934. Ford Coupe. . We Trade—Easy Terms. W. E. Ley -Motor Co. Lakota, la. u28a For Rent FOR RENT—320, ACRE FARM,! excellent buildings, woven wire fenced, silo. Present renter short of help and equipment. Also ,a 200. acre farm, both in Nobles County, Minnesota. Close ,to Holland, .Catholic, and Lutheran chu|ches.' Terms, two-fifths share and> $8 cash lor pasture and hayt larid; Write Box 400-A Algona. . -u28-29a FOR SALE'— POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, serviceable age. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. u4att Homes For Sate FOR SALE — 6-ROOM HOUSE, good shape to be moved; also extra kitchen with built-in cup-, boards, sink, and pipes, B. Penning, Buffalo Center, Iowa. C ' ; a27u2.2 Household Goods FOR SALE—USED ,ICE BdX. Phone 767-LW between 3 and 6 t>.m. Tues. or Wed. ' u28a!5 FOR SALE—USED Electric, 9 cu. ft, electric refrigerator, new unit, recently installed. Price $100.-.Pratt •• Electric Construction Co, " u28a20 FOR SALE—8 PIECE OAK DIN- ing room set, in excellent eond:J- tipn. John Ketelsen, J210 E. McGregor, phone 1006-W, Algona. .-."••' u28a* -Peti Smlth~"Wot l^yq Know" "HOMNOING THS HARIi" SND^Y. MONDAY, JULY 18-19 TO* THREE DARING USED APPLIANCES .FOR SALE r-2 Maytags, one round and one square tub. One automatic, an4 one Dexter washer. Premier sweeper. We repair all makes of washing machines and refrigerators and have wringer rolls for all washers. Crilly Appliances, phone 399. Harlan and State. u28a43 nished modern apartment. Possession July 15. Inquire Algona Newspapers. a27u!2 Wanted WANTED — • EXPER IE N C E D waitress, make up to $60 per 6 day week at Treloars Inn, Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Apply in person. u28-29a!9 WANTED—CUSTOM COMBIN- ing and plowing, Lloyd Martin, phone 25-F32, Algona. -u28a* WANTED-^TO PASTURE. FEW cattle on Blue Grass. Charles Reaper,: Algona. u28a* OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPE^I- enced salesman or man interest-, ed in sales ,work, to work in Algona and Kossuth Co., represent? ing nationally iknpwn company. See Lester Deficit, 118 N. Thor- jngton, Tuesday or Wednesday, or call 32 Ity evenings. - -U28a34 WANTED — FOOD SUPPLE- ment ^distributoi-s for Algona and surrounding territories, Earnings $500 to $1000 a month in one year. For information write Box 63, or call No. 8, Swea City^a. i . u28a* RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR • wanted to eajl.'on farmers in Kossuth County, Wonderful opportunity. $15 to $20 in a day. No experience or capital required. Permanent. Write—today, Mc- NESS COMPANY, Dept, X Free—* TU. u28-?9a* FOR SALE-USED ELECTRIC refrigeratorg and used washing machines now available at PRATT ELECTRIC APPLI ANCES. FOR SALE-PORTABLE WARD robe. E. M Huber, 31Q_E. Grove, phone 916-LJ, FOR SALE-,50 LB, ICE BOX, .Phone 345-J after § P- m, i NEEDED! MAN- OR WOMAN at am? to take care - of es,tab- bshe4 . customers in , city of Al- gons for famous WatHins Product,?, Average $45 weekly in- SP°^l^. p investment, Wrfte J, R. Watkins Qo,,- • p-88, Winona * Cards of Thanks OF f MAMKS I wish to thank rtly friends and relatives for the many cards attd gifts I received during my illness at the hospital. Peter N. Erpelding. u28a* . CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincerest . thanks to friends and neighbors for all kindnesses extended during the illness and death of our beloved mother, Mrs. Mary Laing. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Laing and family. u28a* We wish to extend our heart- CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks and appreciation for the cards, floral tributes and many kindnesses shown us at the time of the death of little Chudkie. Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. Hof, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Reed. a27u* CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Laurence Otto Lester acknowledges with deep appreciation your kind expressions of sympathy. Mrs. Laurericc Lbster and children. Mr. and Mrs. George Lester and family. • a27u29 Miscellaneous PAINTING AND DECORATING. Albert Hagg, phone 758W. u25-28a Tuesday, July t3, f$fl _ I am now em'ployecf at Cyrilfa> Beauty Stop* arid; wi&/aj seeing my oM eustotaets and will also welcome new ones. Frances Wies& FOfc culling write or call Aga*d Produce coltes*, 2421-, L^Veirfi*, Iowa. All poultry paid to ots the fon»»yi ' «.«W^1ft»Ort parts and s«rvice at your Oldsmobile dealer. Dau's Garage. a25-30ull Delivered' to your job READY-MIX CONCRETE fe SUPPLY CO. u4atf ATTENTION FARMERS!! Our parts department will be open evenings during the Harvest season. Algona Implement Co., phone 52, u28a!9 SEE ME FOR REAL BARGAINS in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. ulat Help Wa or Experience Nat N«e*SWy Algona Launders Dry Cleaners and Furriers East Across From Courthousd Phone 2*7 JULY Chrisiensen's • Clearance Sale Starts Wednesday, July 14th Special Group of Dresses Nearly 300 Dresses representing garments for every need, in cottons and rayon, plain and prints, light and dark colors. All sizes for Junior, Miss and Woman. • • . TWO DRESSES for the PRICE OF ONE $15 Dresses now $7.50—$f6"Dresses now $5.00 NO NO NO ALL RETURNS EXCHANGES APPROVALS SALES MUST FINAL! BE <-.s DRASTIC CLEARANCE All Shortie Coats All Pastel Suits V2 One Half Price V POLO SHIRTS Sm0U • Mediuc and Large Regular $1.95 value SALE PRICE BLOUSES Si?es 32 to 40 To $5.00 Values SALE PRICE •SKIRTS Sizes 22 tp 30 To $8,99 Values SALE PRICE Side Drapes Attractive "Cretonne Curtains thqt are well made, ready to han@. , 't rf ti M r f'f \r. 21 ta '• i'A "'i v/ ; ta ' ta ; .tA : )T ' ; •iH )T M ,• I" - 1 /2 PRICE ENTIRE STOCK OF DRESSES AT REDUCED PRICES &+SJ3 TrriB ajJjtj^t V R i>3! tl>J3w lT«W* cleans. Only 168775, c.ojjb plete, Oon K, Hutc 1081, Algona, ' «J9at if will- trad!. Ca.ll esley , Iowa- ng tfl.wprjc and rite P Farms For Sale wgn M&4&ASim&

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