PAGE EIGHT. .ALCON/t All' Well That Ends Well! Whitlemore: Mrs. Ruth Schulii and her neighbors heaved a sigh of relief, last Thursday evening, and decided thai "all's well thai ends well." _. Bui for several hours it seemed as though tragedy had delivered a terrible blow. . Mrs. Schuhz went lo al- lend a Ladies' Aid meeting, Thursday afternoon, and look her two sons, Charles and James, who wanted lo go fishing al the Wagner RUPTUR€ SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMANN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, vnthou-1 charge, his "Ruplure Shields" in Algona, Iowa, al Ihe Holol Algona, on Friday, June 21, from 10 a. m. lo 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. I have spedaiiv.ed in the- field of Rupture Shield service since 1028. I have fitted thousands of c;.ses in the United Stales during this lime. There are many (if my satisfied customers right here in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stoin.ich and pas pains. People having large ruptures, which luivn returned af-1 ter surgical operations or injcc-' tion treatments, are especially'in- vited. "If you want it done right, dor t experiment. Sec Hoff. mann." Jf unabh- to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis. Minn. gravel oil, a mile and a half east of Whitlemore, to the pit before going to the aid meeting. She made arrangements lo pick them up afterwards. The boys had no luck, however, and decided lo walk home, but took a route along the railroad iracks, ralher lhan along the road. When Mrs. Schullz reached the nil the hoys were of course gone, and she rushed home only lo find them nvV.ing Ihere, also. Neighbors were called in and a search began at the pil and Ihrough town, without finding Ihe boys. With anxiety al its peak, Ihe boys arrived home, safe end sound. Shower At Titonka For Elsie Larson Portland: There was a showei at the Titonka Methodist church Thursday for Elsie Larson, who will be married soon to Lavant Moore. The same courtesy was given at Burt Methodist church for Dona Jean Dulton, the same day. Donna will marry Raymond Nelson. Bo'h are former Portland township teachers. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charse 35c for 12 words or less. When paid tvllh order, 3c per \vord; when It ents' coitimlMlon allowed. advertising ageiito their clients 4c and send Cash wUti order they receive lo charged, 46 per word. No as- commission. BIJnd ads 25<s. For Sale FOR SALE: 1941 Ford truck, iVfe Ion, long-wheel base, grain and gravel boxes, 7.50 tires front, 8.25 ires rear,, all good, ceiling price. John DeWall, Burl. 24w24* FOR SALE: 1931 Ford tiidor, best of mechanical condition. Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 13w24* 'OH SALE: Used 1935 Chevrolet coupe. Wellendorf Garage. 8w24 * FOR SALE: Maying \vashing machine with gas motor. Also tub. it-e at St. Joe. Mrs. Thomas Row- 11. 15w24 s FOR SALE: 306 A. improved farm, good location, tiled, > 2 .miles northeast of Burt on,'good gravel road, mostly under cultivation. Contact Mrs. F. A. G.ibbs at Roy Sarchet farm, Algona. 27W24-26* Mrs. Boliannon Improves Mrs. J. T. Bohannon was taken 'c :'ie Ko=5.-uth hosp'tal by ambti- 'imc'c Friday morning after her son. Lloyd. I'ouncl her in a coma in I'.cr bed. She had been given an 'nsulin shot the clay before and '•trmcd to be feeling fine. Appar- •M'tly her mind became confuse;! Thursday afternoon, but she regained consciousness Friday after- FOR SALE: Modern 8-room .house on East Elm street. E. C. McMahon, Algona, Iowa. 14w24-25* FOR SALE: Good cook stove, like new. John F. Baas, Whiltemorc, phone 3125. llw24-25* FOR SALE: One 4-wheel rubber tired trailer with box: one trac- lor buck rake fur John Deerp, will fit other tractors: one Jayhawk slacker, on rubber, like new; one (i-ft. McCormick-Deering mower, NCI. 7, heavy duty: 2 used hogIcr.ders: one new 2-12 inch plow. Linde Implement Co., Swea City. 24 Shower At St. Benedict St. Joe: Relatives from here attended a shower for Mi.-,s Worine Arend, Sund'iy, June 1 at St Benedict. Mips <\rend will be married to William Erpelding St. Joe, June 25 at St. Benedict FOR SALE: Hydraulic farm hand combination stacker and loader with mountings for Model A John Deere tractor. Carol Hutchins, Algona. 19w24* FOR SALE: 10-foot dump hay rake. Reasonable price; Three miles north, mile east, BUrt. Theodore Jacobson. 17w24'' ALGONA IOWA MlSCELLAfrEottS JUST AECE1VED! Six new ProS« sure Cookers, 8 quart tenacity $11.96. Pratt Electric Cdv 13 S1XELECTHO ST.BAM $10,80, while they last. Electric Co. Prstl WELL IMPROVED quarter near Titonka, excellent location.! * htehly productive farm. Priced to sell. Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa, . . . . 17W24-23!'' VETERANS: Splendid opportunity oil marketing .business in Algona, Iowa. Contact L. L. Coryell & Son, Lincoln, Nebraska. 15^24-26 SHEPHERD PUPS. Good • Cattle and pet dogs. $5.00 each* Arnold F". Hirtz, three miles southwest of LuVerne. -; ,16w24 *• •• - • i • *• 'ni .I, .• WANTBDi; 10 -foot power takeoff 'binders. Phone 64 collect. Linda Implement Co., Swea City. 24 FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bull, 16 months old. Ben Bahling, Burt. '•' Ilw24" FOR SALE: Used cook stove good condition, wiN sell reasonable. Phone 7on87, Burt. Ilw24* You Can StiJI Buy A Farm At Prices That Can Be Paid From The Earnings Of The Farm. The following chart make:, a comparison with prices that followed the last WORLD WAR with Present prices: End of lV<9/?s i i Il9l2 ||9I3||9I4||9I5 Iigie|l9l7|l9'l8|l9lo|l92o 1921 The Following Farms Arc Offered For Sale b'O A.—Ilmnboltll county, no buildings, highly productive. $175. ICO A. — Crib only, Palo Alto county. $i;j5. 80 A.—Near Algona, no buildings. $7000. ICO A.—Level, Webster soil, no buildings, 19'iC crop to purchaser. $155. 280 A.—Good buildings, productive, 194C crop to purchaser. $9000 will handle. PAUL M. SEELEY Hutchison Bidg. Algona, Iowa Plione 497 FOR SALE: Spring fries. Leo Ramus, Algona, SVfe-miles w«st on 18. Phone 10-F2. .14w24 FOR SALK: Purebred Angus bulls! •Ervin Gerber, 3 jn,iles south, 1 5 west, Algona. ' . ... 13w24* FOR SALE: By owner. '309" acres, good buildings, woven, •-. wire fence, 240 acres work-ground, ibal- ancc good pasture -and hay, located Lincoln County, Minn:; 2& miles from town. See Harold"~Fancher, Truman, Minn. ,1 ;'29vv24' : ' FOR SALE: ' Highly improved 55 A. farm, close to town. For de- lalls see me. Edw. Capesius, Algona. . 16w24» FOR SALE: Team 4-year-old mules; team road colts, 3 years old; sound and good quality. Wm. Durant, East McGregor. 20w24* CAN SPRAY chicken and hog houses on short .notices Phott" 225, West Bend. Russell Doyle. 13W24-27* CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my appreciation tor cards, greetings, flowers and gifts sent to me during my recent illness. Martin Eischen. ' 24W24* CARD OF THANKS To ^hose, who remembered me during my 6 weeks at Iowa City hospltaVi^lso 10 weeks bedfast •previous.with their beautiful.floW- ers, gifts, cards, letters, also thosa wholjel'ped out at home making>it possible for Jens to be- With me. To youi'all,' "My sincere thanks:" Mrs. Jens Sorensen. . 49w24* FR'Efi: 'Female Shepherd pups.'WC W.-Lee, .'At. 1, phone 9F13.A1.- gona< (.-<.;• i.- • . •' ' 24*' CARD CJF THANKS •.'•'•'• ••;';• We wish' to express our. appreciation and thanks for the floral tributes and many kindnesses show us at the time of our recent bereavement. 'Mr. and Mrs. Nicholai I. Krieps and family. ,'24* FOR SALE: Bob Nolte's 2-room house, 12x20 ft., east of Cowan's 12-hoii.se project, insulated, will sell to move 'by July 1st, lot not included. $1200. See; Joel M. Hcnbst, Real Estate & Ins.' ,. 31w24 FOR SALE: Residence lot in good part of town, on edge of..woods, reasonable, sewer and water. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 23w24 INLAID LINOLEUM, Linowa'l tile, laid by. exoerts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone. 275, Algona. l(5-3-8^f FOR SALE: Residence lots, one of the best on pavement $1050, one >750, one $400, two for;$600. ,See Joel M. Herbst, Real .Estate ,& Ins: ' ' ." 24 FOR SALE: McCormick.-JDeering 6 ft. mower. Good shaps, (Walter Rich, tcl. 26-(F32, Algona/ . , .24 'OR SALE: Npw McC.orniick- Deering 6 ft. rnowcr, No. 9. Robert Addy, 4 mi. south, v l rni. cast of Lakota. . • .. .20w24 'OR SALE: House a'pd ,'S lots. $3800. House partly modern. Good terms. C. W. Nicoulin. ,14w23-24" HEREFORD BULL, serviceable age; Hampshire boar, serviceable age. for sale. Jos, Skow, Wesley. 23-24 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS — All the new releases! Needles, a'ly bums. K('ssuth Radio & Electric! Algona, ;^iyya. 47tf FOR.. DEPENDABLE BALING . with .Case; Slicer baler call or contact: G:-.,E. Vitzthum, 4 miles east,3.squth.of Algona. Calls tak- p.n morning or evening. Phone 27-F11-. ;•.'. 26w21-24* ..i.'jWel.a're still buying used ca,rs,..'trucks." and pickups. All makes and-n>odels wanted NOW, For,j<a,', |op^.' ( fic]uare' deal and top rash''price, .'write..phone'or see W: E. Ley, Lakota, IOWB. 23-24 _„.„. LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and..Ve1> •rans "GI,"i Loans to purchase, '•emodel. , refinance homes. Al- Tftna Federal. Savings &, Loan Alcona, Iowa. 30tf fSEE.,ME FOR Real Bargains in farms., loans, drainage surveying nnd estimates on tile. Phil • .!> Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. tf FOR SALE: Well improved quarter near. Titonka. excellent location; a h'fihly productive farm. Priced to sell. Edw. Capesius, Algona, Iowa. 23-24 15 FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co.. phone 275, Algona. , 20.-3-8U' FOR RENT ' FOR RENT: Sleeping room, or will care for aged couple or person in my home. 810 W. State-^ti 24* Excli'ah'ff'R Tienf. Basement ' • Good Used Furniture . Din'ng room—Living-rooin suite? Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTJSOM'S FURNITVRE FLOOR SANDING and Refinishing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant, r-owan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17-3-8U WANTED WANTED: Part time janitor. Pratt Electric Co., Algona. • 24 WANTED: Part or full time registered nurses to fill in at Kossuth hospital. Apply in person. Mrs. Dora Bolin, Prop. 20w24 WOMAN OR GIRL WANTED for general housework. Mrs. R. B Waller, phone 626-W, Algona. 24tf HIGHEST PRICES paid for late model used cars. Free information on OPA ceiling. Hoenk Motors. 24 WATCH REPAIRING. Prompt and efficient service. Sharp's Jewelry, Algona. 24 WANTED: Good Holstein springer heifers or cows. Must b0 of clean stock. Erwin Schultz, Humbojdt, Iowa. 16W23-24'' 1 MAKE BRICKS. Millions .arc needed. Start a quick CASH business, returns can start in two we;eks with an inexpensive, easily hand, operated TYRA BRICK MAKER, only sand and cement and any. old shed needed. Buiki your HOME of brick. Get a TYRA-PLAN. See what can be Hone.! 'R. K. TYRA CO., WYOMING; MINN. ' 51W22-25* NOTICE OF GASOLINE LETTING Sealed ibids will be received at the office of the County Auditor until 10:00 A. M. July 1, 1946 for supplying Kossuth County with ap- ->rox'mate'v 100,000 gallon s of ffafoline.,Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the County Engineer. June 17, 1948. L. J. IMMERFALL, 24 County Auditor CUSTOM HAY BALING. We are equipped to load the wagons direct from the baler. Call Van A. Hanson. LuVerne. Phone 4494. 23-24* I HAVE BOUGHT a hay press. Will do custom work. Earl Toothman, phone 119, Burt. 14w22-25* LOST RE-WARD for the return of blue .'lid white Hawthorne bicycle, >ont fender missing, license No. 15, taken from Walburg Cabin Oamp, phone 75. 21w24* iOST: Bottom endgate for trailer wagon between Dr. Gibson's lorth to four-mile corner and 2 west. Hubert O'Brien, Algona. 17W24*, OST; Female rat terrier, white with brown markings, blind ady's pet. Reward. Notify Mrs,, lary Carroll. AJgona. * 17vv2i' f I One used to pay $15 ,for a permanent— N Marian BOVU a/, PW she giv« hm«lf a wave q» hQm* Give yourwU a Tonll J;ov«fy, Jong-lHOog. Quicjt and eaay to do. <. D. JUNE 18,104(J Yes!! It's Time to Have Fun!!! Fot years all of us have been walling for the day that we could get away dnd just relax—tfavel-*se<J the things and places that you have always wanted to, This summer is definitely going to be the VACATION summer. Whether you take youf vacation in your back yard or whether you journey to the Rockies, you will want to look as smart and feel as cool as the people you see and meet during those restful hours. Our summer dresses havcvbcen selling fast mainly bccuase we have a large assortment of cool, smartly fashioned, light-colored frocks in stock at all time. Names that you all will recognize—Sherrie Classics, Maiftha Manning, Normandic, Marcy Allan, Jeanctte, Doris Dodson and a host of others. The latest shipment Was an ultra- cool half-dozen'of bright looking Chintz dresses. There's no doubt about it—we do have them. Come inot our completely AIR-CONDITIONED store tomorrow and buy your summer vacation dresses—nice for every purpose. '•, ' riscnines © 13? <& 3^. Q& Upper Ves Moines Want-Ads Bring Immediate Results REPAIR KIT Our Reg. Jow price, '65c' ' Sale Price 3x12 in. material strip; 50 V/ t in. patches; 4 oz. rubber cement. iafesspdftw-*"™"*" </ ....WW^/ J ; " -U - WINDPROOF '•, LIGHTER; Reg.' low price,'*' 80c Sale Price Sturdy 1 1 g h tc r that will stand fluid capacity. LEMON REAMER -• . low price,' 5c Sale Price Sharp center cone also has retainer. • STEERING WHEEL " . SPINNER;;.;,--' Pffojilc who use thcnv say thgy- wouldn't v*rtve without' tlicm. 79c WEDGE TYPE CUSHION No strap. Fibre top, leatherette panels and . tape ' bound scams. SI.45 ' TUMBLER Reg. low price, 3 for.lOc .-ft, . Sale « Price *C A light weight, 9 Police,, clear glass tumbler. BOWL SET I I C Complete Clear glass bowls 5'/t. G'/i and 7'/i" Gillette Razor This is a genuine Gillette with new features- that make it more popular than ever with men who like razors using double edged blades. 49c FLASHLIGHT BATTERY Reg, low price, 9c Sale f.. Price OC 50% more ser» vice than speci- fieel by V. S. Bureau of ards. ^ few* iwt « SEAL-ALL LI]}8 Reg, low prjce ( S»lp i Price 10 Inside surface catered with, impervious, pg white enamel. HOUSEHOLD INSECT SPRAY Beg. low price, 38e- Sale Price None staining and Immediate acting. Pleasant The Friendly Store * *.
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