The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1946 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 15, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT- ,ALCioNA UPPER DBS MOlNfiS, AldONA, IOWA. . UUteSDAY, ofctf, 16, }*48 l Fur cont days (and niirhl.s) arc just around the corner. We have a bcauliful stock of all sizes of the famous ANNIS fur coals and you will be wise to buy your fur coat NOW. Prices have already begun to climb and while we have a good stock of the very popular and wanted muskrats, when our present stock is exhausted, PRICES WILL GO UP. Remember, ^w also feature the Fashion Fur popular priced fur coats selling at about $145.00 including all taxes. We have many smart coats at this !ovr nrice. All sixes. t TT&BUS I || Cnrischilles IT o na. IBS FRANK Veteran of World Wars I-!!, Editor "Iowa Lcgion- airc" for 215 years, am! DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Will Speak at the Algona High School Auditorium at S p. m. IN ALGONA You Are Cordially Invited to Attend VOTE FOR CASEY LOSS Demo9ratic Nominee FOR REPRESENTATIVE Of Kossuth County, Iowa Born and raised on a farm near Algona. Served as deputy sheriff 1933-1936, sheriff from 1936-1941. an active grain and livestock farmer. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per words when charged, 4c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1935 Chevrolet. 619 'N. Phillips, Algona. v 7w41* FOR SALE: Spotted Poland China boars. Right type and 'breeding. Sired by Modern Boy and Bright Diamond. New blood lines. Vaccinated. O. T. Oherland, Lone Rock, 1M- mi. N., 1% E. 31W41-44" FOR SALE: Registered Chester White boars, top blood lines. C. F. Whelan, Lakota. -13w41-43* 40-42 FOR SALE: 25 head P. B. Duroc boars. Sired by son of Low Set, Iowa's Grand Champion. Extra quality. March farrow. A. H. Streelcr, 4Vi> N., 3 mi. E. Renwick. 25vv40-43* FOR SALE: 100 Leghorn pullets. Good wood and coal heater. Registered milking Shorthorn bulls, ages from 2 to 12 months. W. G. Koding, phone 3501, Lone Rock. 24w40-41 s phone 275, Algona. 20-3-8tf FOR SALE: House and room, good location. Thos. L. Steven, Corwith. 13w41* CAN SPRAY chicken and hog •houses on short notice. Phone 225. West Bend. Russell Doyle. 2255 West Bend. 13w38-41* marked If taken early, Joseph A. Skow, Wesley, FOR SALE; 52 foot barn. Mrs. John L. Stutter, phone 3421, Wesley. 16W40-45* FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls serviceable age, also a few good grade bulls, Joseph A. Skqw, Skow, Wesley. 43w40-46« FOR SALE: 1928 Dodge, 6.50x16 tires in rear, new 21x5:25 in front* good running order, Overload springs, now school'bus. First $100 buys it. M. L. Walsh, Lone Rock, • . • 27W41* FOR SALE: Reg. Dttrbc boars, the ibesl of blood lines, dark red, weight 200-250 Ibs. Howard Northrop, 4% east Bancroft. 20W41 1 ' 1 AUCTION OF 100 REGISTERED SPOTTbD POLANDS, Saturday, Oct. 12 at farm, commencing at 1 p. in. 50 boars and 50 gilts sired by the breed's top sires and :;r>\v:$, liio easiest feeders I ever raised. Oi« heavy bone, low down, with I^ts of stretch and wide out. ' $3,000 spent fur new bload. The^c pigs are sired by "Citation" the $790 'boar; the "Flash" the $1,000 boar; $600 "Defense Bond"; $7(li "Bu ll-Mor"; $1,200 "Miracle"' | $350 "Dagwood"; and $750 "F. E | i." Write for catalog and plan tc •ittend this rale, and set the bloor f O'tcp sales. Albert Krciner Luke Lillian. Minn. 97w40-41' : OUR 8TH ANNUAL PUREBREF SPOTTED Poland China Boa: Sale will .be hchl at Spencer, Iuw;i Faj-pi'cunc'f. \Ve:ln.c ; ;day p. m. October 23rd. Selling 40 heat horl-'.eL'ged, (hick boars. For cat- >loa w:-ite Karl E. Carlson, Lakefield, Minn. 34w40-41 s ^OR SALE: Purebred Polaiv China boars. C miles west, 4V.'i nilcs south of Algona. Leonarr aas, West Bend. 3i',-41 : "OR SALE: Duroc boars. Matt Wcyrlurt, Livermore, 4 mile; straight west of LuVerne. 13w39-44* 'OR SAL": Hoy's Elfiin bike •'• n-' cr.ndition. Csi"''" Chrit 1 VdUota. 10w40-41 i; FOR SALE: Purebred Durof hoars. Blue ribbon w'nnars in e open and 4-H classes at thp Kossuth County'Fa'". .'-Hr. " •r-h,.'. Irvin^to'i, Al5' v ") o^mo :>-F22. ' FOR SALE: Black Shetland pony, coming two, broke. Anton Pearson, Wesley. ' ', Ilw40-4r : ' FOR. SALE: 40-ft. wooden elevator, spout,and speed jack. J. H. Thompson, Burt, Iowa. 12w41' :: FOR SALE: 6-volt electric fence, $9.95. COAST - TO - COAST STORE. Ilw41 NEW MERCHANDISE: A Warm Morning circulating healer, one, two, and three hole oil stoves, beautiful floor lamps, Premie" vacuum cleaner, also a big sele: 1 lion of Xinas toys. Nealy Hardware & Hatchery, Burt, phones 58 or 77. 33w41" FOR SALE: Duroc boars. 40 head, medium type, well I'ammed, heavy boned, deep sided, from I cadi m blood lines, ra'sctl on clean around. New blood for old customer:-. O. V. tlarlan. 5 miles \ves l Algona on highway 18. 36w38-4r : Truck Drive'-?; A'tcntion! i TRUCK TIRES We are moving them at .our pr'ce. 7:50x20—$38:9'5 9:00x20—$53,95 COAST-TO-COAST STORE 41 FOR SALE: Outstanding purebred Hampshire rams, quality sufficient for purebred or grade flocks. Get them now for March lambs. Bernhard Bros., 4 miles west of Bancroft cemetery, 27w41-42* ! FOR SALE: Six room house, four lots .in Burt. Would trade for house in Algona. dings, Burt. Gordon Gid- FOR SALE: P, B. Holstein bull, age 18 'mo., eligible for registry. Andrew C. Hanson, Sexton, FOft SALS Beautiful HARRINGTON FOR SALE: One ot Algeria's . est hoffi^s, 4 - bedf 1 6i&nW e:.._. lent hftsattoiif close' in. jlbflQG. see Joel M. ttenbst, Real fistate and Ins. . ' ' 20W4I SAtfi: ssn Klrtble dtlioned tiffed -pianos, Plants Go,, Spencer. Lester . Atto on North THbritigton St. S66 L. S. BOHANNON 41 FOR SALE: Quality registered Streiimliner. The low down easy fedelng kind. New blood for old customers, Bert S. Oeerdes & Son, 3V4 miles south, '1V4 east of L4- kota. 43w41tf SALE: 1946 Halllcrafter Skyrlder, Jr., radios.. Also used Winchester .22 target'rifle, With telescope. Vigdal Radio & Electric, 116% W. North St., Algona. Iowa, phone 91. FOR SALE: Good B-room home near Catholic church, excellent location, See Joel M. Hcrbst, Real 'l8w4l-43* Estate and Ins. 16w41 Fili'lr M-'-tn'- or >' I'-iiinn "lilnv\-n in." Expert inspection, estimating P"'-. ice. Cowan Dl:k' Sunply Co. RTTMMACE SALE IN TJascment Masonic Temple Saturday, Oct. 19 At 8:i:0 A. M. Sponsored I5y Congregational Ladies Ass'n Legion Ballroom BANCROFT FEIDAY, OCT. 18 '•">R SALE: Registered Hampshire tall boars, also 2 or 3 of our •:rd boars. Only a few of these >5 rugged boars. We have a pood ffering of soring boars. Special 'rices on those not perfectly BUT IP WAS ONLY A FALSE ALARM WH/ DON'T THE RRBMEN NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS !<< *?. ^h^;^:^. ^••*t tijf ,-wj"* ci(i?^rV *^; 'j*V rl *, •» V" .-,*" •4?wtfX ^ "•( Tuesday, Oct. 28 "Happy" JAKE and Bis Kanws CHy Cowboys f * H > ArfS*sS}*i?A«»i((fiw**» »*- Black markets, shoddy goods, cheap trash and off-brand merchandise are all strangers to this store — WE'RE NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS WITH ANY OF THEM. During all these critical war and postwar years, we have maintained a 100% QUALITY STORE, This has been difficult because of the consumer demand for gpods—fre* quently, ANYTHING; regardless of QUALITY, We cowld have, in* creased our volume many times if we had resorted to the temptation to buy inferior merchandise just to have it in stock. Soon critical goods will be more plentiful but they will have to be QUALITY GOODS to find a home in this store. Such lampws names as Munsingwear, Gossard, Phoenix, Strutwear, Fieldcrest, WearweU, Bot« any and Chatham will continue to protect you against inferior merchant' dise. We'll NEVER W5 ON SPEAKING TERMS WITH JU,NJfr Shop here with confidence. . ,, PARTIAL TO wUrtcrioN? Then the new comfwctt by t , ELGINLAMERICAHwere created for you! Their beauty »f design,jewel-likecwftsmanskip andflawlesj,-^ finiih win the heart of every woman—catch the eye of every m»nl The perfect gtftl CC M rA CT8 BT Of course you want the amazing new CLEAN I RELOAD IT YOURSEtf IN 15 SECONDS! JEWELRY -t' ^.^s* * MR '^Gr ^^ pP w^^ wp •w^^^[. Cross IJrgd Leghorn

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