The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1945 · Page 8
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FA6E EIGHT. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 3Bc for 12 Words or less. When paid with : order, So per word; when Charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' Commission Allowed, tf advertising agents charge their clients 4c and send cash with order th«y receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. .;;•.-. - ,'- J -•-•','••; k .'v .g^ ..'" -,' ."'..;.;.. ', : -.;';'*>??iiiS|^ : %:Vy ; -- jm^ii^^^^ .-••• ••••/•-:•• '.'.--.. : ,vt>-'<-:",:! ; s;5«j\;%*J BSWKri'tS-'r ; •; iMfeST'.^,^. . SALS:: Wild Johit Thill, St. 2* WANT.ED: Full 6r pm^ime 5 help. Male of female at once. Algoha Laundry & Dry. Cleaners; ; . IBwoltf For bale FOR SALE: Dressed ducks. 25 c pound. Used chairs, commode and rocking chair. 1 mi. south on 139 and V\ mi. west. H. W. Schmidt. 52 " FOR SALE: Five high-grade Hoi- stein heifers, 3 springing and 2 open. Victor Johnson, Algona. 0 A FOR SALE: Purebred Swiss bull, real good individual, year old. papers furnished. Herman Pooch, Ottosen. 52-1° FOR SALE: Servcl Electrolux kerosene refrigerator in good condition. Garage 12x20 ft. E. A. Slcper, Lakota, Iowa. 52 " CLOSING OUT SALE JAN. 3, 2 miles north, 1M> miles west of Whittemore. Full line machinery, hay, baled straw. Some household goods. Peter W. Kollasch. 52" FOR SALE: Good work horse: also Silbaugh manure loader. will fit any tractor. Virgil Heesch Titonka. 52 ° FOR SALE: 1936 Chev. truck, long wheel base, stock rack and grain"box. Walter Genrich, Swea City. 52'' FOR SALE: Cab for model A John Deere at reasonable price. Kressin Bros., Lone Rock, ph. 3509. 52" WE ARE LEAVING ALGONA. Our home and apartment are for sale. Furnished or unfurnished. L. F. Rice, 403 W. McGregor, gona. WANT TO' RENT: Furnished apartment pr rooms. Mrs. Cllf* ton Copas, 207 Water Tower St., Algoha, Iowa. : 52* FOR SALE: Brail Wright bungalow, oil heat, elec. hot water heater. Must be sold. L. S. Bohannon over S. & L. Dept. Store. 52* FOR SALE: 15-30 McCormick Deering tractor. 3-16 Case plow, two years old. Will trade LA Case tractor for late model, 3 plow, Row Crop tractor. Carol Hutchins, Algona. 52- 11 FQR SALE: 20 T. baled hay, 10 T 'loose hay. Red clover. Carol Hutchins, Algona. ' 52' FOR SALE: 1937 Ford truck, 1M> ton. OPA ceiling price. Gooc tires and good running order. C. E. Culbertson ph. 762-J, Algona.^ 1 ' M< ftrt.L.tv. hutiit- wuier prool home insulation, "blown in ;xpen inspetliou, estimating serv ce. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., null*.' 2(0. Al!;.i|i;i /il-S-Hi FOR SALE: Shotted boars. Hiram Ackerman, Lone Rock. 52" .^JEVV HUNiiV lor saie. a lo. ja $1.00. Hoenk Motor 3crvict '.Vest of Court House. 371 FOR SALE: Poland China boars, ready for service, cholera immune. O. E. Ely, Titonka. 51-2*' FOR SALE: Choice acreage on east McGregor, 3 bedroom house, double garage, barn, and 3 chicken houses. Call 221 for appointment. Jess Deen, Algona. 21 w5! FOR SALE: Small-sized range with small reservoir. Ph. 268-LW, 309 E. North, Algona. Mrs. Almira Green. 52 FOR SALE: New buildings, built suitable for dwelling or for grain storage, and lined. All pre-war No. 1 lumber, 28 ft. square, 9 ft. sides, gable ends 20 ft. from sill to ridge. Leslie McEnroe, Algona. FOR SALE: Two-burner plus oven burner kerosene stovr— wickless. George Rich, 418 No Doclse St. •, 52" FOR SALE: Two tires, 21x5V'i, tubes and wheels for model A Ford. Ranney Leek, phone 20F11, Algona. 52* FOR SALE: Black Angus bull, serviceable age. Louis Schepp- mann, Irvington, Algona phone. FOR SALE: Baled alfalfa, red clover and straw. Louis Schepp- mann, Irvington, Algona phone. 52-2' ;: FOR SALE: Modern small bungalow, oil automatic furnace, etc. nearly new, possesssion at once $6500. Modern 7-room house March 1st possession, $5200. See Joel M. Hcrbst, Real Estate & Ins 52 FOR SALE: Purebred Hereford boars. Eligible to be registered. 1M, miles north Fentqn on Highway 44. ' !Bw51-52" FOR SALE: Registered and grade Hereford bulls. Serviceable age Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 50-51'' FOR SALE: $4 for $3. Wait ten years. At your bank, post of fice or theatre. 50-51 FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire boars, both fall yearlings and spring. They are rugged heavy-bone individuals. New slocl ; , for old customers. Joseph A Skow, Wesley. 50-52 S FOR SALE: My entire herd of 12 high grade Holstcin cows: also i. National milker. Henry Mertz Wesley. 50-5' FARMS FOR SALE: Possessior and occupancy March 1, 1946 Improved 240 A., well located R.E.A. Improved 160 A., doit: town, R.E.A. available. I E Wortmun, Lakota, Iowa. 24w50-5 REGISTERED Spotted Polam China spring and fall boars to sale, at all times. The low-down easy-feeding kind. Bert S leordes, 2'.-. south, Hi east, La kola . . 50-1* WANTED: Pups 4 months .to one year old $2.00; delivered totmr plant west of Fort Dodge from 8 a. m. to 5 p. /rtv Monday through Friday. Fort Dodge Serum Company. 52u WANTED: Furnished apartment, or sleeping room. Permanent position in Algona with .responsible job. Leave replies Algona Jppcr Des Moines. 52 WANT TO RENT: Sleeping room. Phone 134-W or write Frank Roupe, Algona. . 52"' NEED SOME fleshy cattle. What have you? Don McCarthy, St. Benedict, ph. 6. r 52-1* WANTED: Married man to work on farm, good tenant house, top wages. E. K. Johnson, Fenton, la. 47tf FEMALE HELP WANTED: 4 girls for cleaning and sorting eggs. Apply Swift & Co., Algona. _. . • 50-51 Miscellaneous 'win be available foiroatldn, see: Obft County Elect»luJt i ,itet»«»«»w- tive, 610 S, Jones, AlgohSi p.hofif TOWN PROPERTY EST LOANS. erans. "Ol", L remodel, Refinan gona Federal A Savin Algonn, Iowa. " ''' PHONOGRAPH . the new releases bums. Kossuth Algona, Iowa,, FLOOR Ing'. Heavy ; ment. Portable Cowan Bldg. Sutiply 275, Algona. ' " .>'17*3-8ti SELL your .late model 6ar .to nio for the highest pri(Jbi=i Free in formation on ceiling's. Hoenk Mo tor Service, West of Court House*. ^ ' 36tf INLAID LINOLEUM, llnowall tile, laid by experts, -Custbm \vork. Cowan Building .Svlpply Co,, phone 275, Algona. l6-3'-8t-f , , tUtS.'Bf Sftoelrtl tSXoc.iitlgt!' aifoaiiStt' m&'from the .cioi-u-of M is &'»(»« Of KosWitli tiojiBty,' it 'Judgment,- i-«!nd<srft<(,. HVUftltf • ' Ul f tti flS: (tdmlnliitf fttrj*•• ot ™*Hro.,tivit Bcnlmmelj -, -,-,....... 6.M John BclMifliwo),. licl'. Uu8b4«4 ti« (lot-ehdanti*. fttr tlic "BuHl "of' Pdrty-- illHft and . • 1 -r/iOO dijllrtfs >M iflil 11 Ddllai-a And costs, t&'jcd .rftJSttVon Sflff, seventy diyilai's"(»7,70) .Dbflftrs ftmJ'-uccrulnB, -cOsta,: I VmVfi-^ioSlow Ipon flic • following. : dcscnb?it^flgttl wt*6pcirty i 'fl.s XKc ^Jt-dptf<"ty ist jrtyrilo^niva scfiimlnot .|lS' : ttdn . . .ti-l*. ofitlto, cslrite .b(-:Joloy' WIllKlfhs, deeen.Me'av itnd Myrtlo ;My« ,8c)ilmi«cl, WILL 'NOT be responsible for debts contracted by anyone but myself after the first of the year. Wilfred C. Runge. 52* ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES 9 N. Dodge Street—Phones 16-17 J. W. Haggard & R. B. Waller, • Publishers Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice : at Algona, Iowa, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Issued. Weekly. How Muqh Woes corsnDi;rvci; Weigh? C«n,f. irf.ea re, weigh* * Si**'! ileat. ' Onr Store's prc«criplifln; for in- slance, is vcll-b«lanc«<l whii.con- fidence _.- . . tlie PfurmacUl's own confidence in his skill lo compound your proscription »c- ciiralely ... and tlie customer*, confidence he U»s earned ihrough that service. , . ._..,• You can depend on our Pharmacist, with complete confidence. r ifl^ pharmacist Ohneeorge Drug Phone 118 5 E. State, Algrona We feel that tlicrc are a wealth of reasons for entering the year 1946 with joy and happiness. First of all, we can only try to express our own appreciation for the pleasant business associations of the year 1945, and to feel a glow of warmth as a result. But above that, we join with you in giving thanks for the arrival of peace, of seeing a world at war lay dow« its arms. . WE WISH YOU THE BEST OF EVERYTHING —HEALTH, HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY AND PEACE IN THE COMING YEAR. '"" ' ' •' • ' Richardson Furniture Company West of the Courthouse ALGONA, IOWA DWELLING AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1NSURAN€( ... ' ••• ' IN Our cost is low—our • coverage complete.-- »wV.ctan. eft«sr you- 4 different plans of ; insuring ,It c6sts Aot^iiilff ; ito.flnd,oiit about this before you rciic\V or buy. • . •>. v i ';''.;.';.,'>..]' ' Phone 103 SKUNK 5 CIVET "' •' '^ t • ' * ' • . . Wanted Now By • . -.-. • ai^a^VH^S»^n'fi!»i i ^''''»'» S*>W^«!iSsaf:T •m*fc. ff i<ft*-.tt»Ahtt:.BKJar»lgft^ COUNT Yi SB. Isififtrofay.ffivon tliftt^ltV Vlf Imsbmul to 'satlHfy../ft'ttiu _exeb;utl«>Ri to-'xVII: t<otH On,is/ TWO,,Three .ftnd Poiir liv- BlQuk slxty-thrcp (6S), ttnrt liols ..One rtml Two hi'Block Sixty- two ' (f,2), Orlfflnnl .ptrtt of Inwn.-Htid .l-'wlll nroecotl ;to property, or 06 mu«li;ii'.6i'cof HIJ be-•fieeesimry to sfttlaty hftld os_ tlnn with cioHts.in'Kl (iccrulng costH at jiubltc axictlori, to .the lilRhf Ht bldi Ucr,-for cusli, Irt hufltt,' on Hi-j tOlli diir of \-,TaiiUftry. '11110." <it tli*> : e'aftl door ot the Court House; In Alsona, Irt Kossutl: Coui(ty, IOWB, : HI thi) Over S-& L Slore, (Now under ire^tv manageittent) • Bring er ship in a lot and^eyifili conyihccyqu that our prices cannot bejbealtji^yivhcfre. Our price and fair dealing will make yp%fe;regular; custonieiB. . .,•;" The best place to sell furs is the CLAGGfIDi&FURCO S 301 Central -Aye^JFort Dodge, Iowa , ; Sanielocatio^^ot 50 years [•+>.:;.';':•:•''> (Do not confuse us with'any. firm of similar name) -• a EII wilf jii'lift. Hit I lilt! I STE1I? Just after the close of the Civil war farseeing officials .of th<? Chicago and North Western had a happy, thought—"Why not serve meals on the Overland Route journey from Chicago to San Francisco?" Up to that time a. cross-country train ride was high adventure,Cand operating transcontinental dining cars was considered our of the question. But the cars were built, richly ornate and splendidly lighted by ceiling-suspended oil lamps, / And the menus were a gourmet's delight! A choice of plover*.jguail, pheasant, snipe and even venison steak was offered! llake this ' ' '' ' 1946 Now^hat we have celebrated our first peacetime (C:niris|nps in what seems to all of us, as agesi we turn our thoughts in ^ the year bf 19i«---a time of rebuilding, reconstructing, reorganizing. The CttaiSeHlLtES STORE feels proud that it has maintained its standard of excellence through the difficult period of the war. Our Spring commitments i are crtming. through in 'a; most satisfactory manner! It looks like a most successful New Year for our s^bre.. Why^not "tie up" \vitli a truly successful ihstitul ion? ;Our|siiicc(?s^ means added savings to vou- ! it means better and^MOBB' metchartdiscj^ ^ it me^|^urteous .and pS^^Sf'lSf^^^^ cess". You'll like trading witfi|his-n6w 76 y^ar^old store; ; And so, as the oW year draws to a close and the WeW one looms large on the horizon, accept our sincere good wishes and the pledges that wp will do bur utmost to fulfill your shopping desires in 1946. ...-•';.' ;•'.•. ,,';.' '/•••;'.;•"' ; . ." . .7 ; AV.^ PEACE ON EARTH r?- ) .--i.v;»wi'i:'^ :;! -'? Dining h«bits of Americans have cljtnged since' fa 1«(P UBiSjOfi groan under- a l»rg» variety pf rich fo0d|, the finest food iflf ttMP ,»CHICAGO ani NQRilE^iRN Ip ' ' ' •ef:fH»S4if'P»'t Wf: ^!|? i ^V jjijg^ ,, . K ^^;sij|S : ->/'^; wft/-^' >ii ;;;|p||i|f ^||g| "-•-•' ls«'" 1 '^*^v«gW^-''^-^i' : X - '•' '^"*"l,'"' ; iiV^ ; " : -^i ^ ; .^:S ft^p •;li': . '•V!*<ofeKJ& i'-^kmias- HMlliAH isWWWfert 19® :: ''••^^^v&^'iyi^'&^Mi^ im

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