The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1946 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 5, 1946
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; PAGE EIGHT. WANTED—Girl for scncrnl hrnisc- ", work. Private Good waxes<l toy iNuvX.;!-...! m. i'nom. 4f!0, Algonn. 4S-41 WANTED TO BUY: Hutchinp ! eggs. We pay lOc to 20c per doz 1 - cn above the top grade market, depending on variety. This will pay you a good profit. For further details write Stromberg Hatchery, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 32vv42-44 WAITRESS WANTED. Myers' Cafe, Algona.. 4311' PARTS Is Our Business HEADQUARTERS For All Gcn'l. Motors Parts LARGEST STOCK of Chevrolet Parts and Accessories RADIATORS All Years Cars and Trucks WATER PUMPS For All Model Cars and Trucks TRANSMISSIONS Now 4-Spccc! Truck TIE ROD ENDS Long and Short For All Years AXLE HOUSINGS VALVES For All Year:: Chevs. GENERATORS To Fit All CM C'ai-s STARTER ASSEMBLIES Complete Starti'iv—AM V;;ars IGNITION WIRE SETS Complete Sets fur All Cars SPRINGS Front and Rear for All Chcv.s MUFFLERS To Fit Alt Chevs. BEARINGS All Types an:! S>.e> Complete Line of Accessories Kossuth (Viator C Chevrolet Sales and Service (Across from I'D toifX'c) ATTENTION! Home Owners and Heating System Completely By Our Excius've SUPER RED STREAK SUCTION METHOD • Work can bo done during hcatins;—only requires abnut a 2 hour .shut-down. • No fu'. :—no mess. No soot or c'u-t mattered aboil' house. • Increases your heat — cuts your fuel costs. PHONE 255 And We Will Call at Your Hume Bros. Tat — Emmett "We Always Brinjr Our Tool: the First Time" \ ITE OF INTEREST Car of SEWER PIPE Now in Transit Cai of CREOSOTED POSTS Now in Transit Several Cars of Superior BLOCK COAL Now in Transit Car of DIMENSION LUMBER AND SHIPLAP Now in Transit Shipment of Wire CORN CRIBS Now Arriving F. S. & SON Coal, Fuels, Buildijig Supplies PHONE 229 Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 3Sc for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when chanced, 4c per word. Blind ads 25c extra. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Pure Bred Poland cnma ooars. Kecorct of production iitra. Aaron yteusay, L.U- vcnie. SALt): Registered Milking bnurinoriis. Mates and 1'emaies, open ana urea. Aaron bteussy, L.U verne. 14w44 w i' OK SALE: 6-room house, water and sewer, no lurnace, not Eai um, owner determined to sell. .^•»yi)0. Sec Joel M. Herbst, Keai Estate and Ins. FIRST HATCH Jail. 25 or sooner. Order early. Get the early order discount. Wmte Leghorns, White rfocKs. New Hamps, New Hamp- L,eg Cross. Sexea or straight run. iiiMly Hatchery, Burt. 3l.)w43-44'- i-'OR SALE: Spotted Poland China bjtirs. Right type and breeding. o;rt\i oy jviociern Boy and Bright L^iamoiul. New blood lines. Vaccinated, o. T. Cherland, Lone Rock, . '- mi. N., l*i K. 31w41-44 ; - .•OK SALE: 25 head P. B. Duroc onai's. b.iecl by son oi' Low Set, -owa s Uranci Cliampion. Extra .uamy. March larrow. A. H. o^i-cLLt-r, 4'a N., 3 mi. E. Renwick. - 25w44-4T- i-OR SALE: Duroc boars. Matt vveyucri, Livermore, 4 mile^ .AiTuynl west of LuVerne. 13W39-44' 1 L-V./H tiALE: Eagle water prool home insulation, "blown in." Exjjert inspection, estimating ser- vici;. Cowan Blcly. tjupply Co., pnone 275, Algona. au-3-8ti FARMS FOR SALE 319 acres, improved, near Tilonka, !Sl!4000. 22;) acres, improved, near Rake, 17,'! acres, improved, near Lakota, ICO acres, improved, near Bancroft, $24000. !(iO acres, improved, near Lakota, $20000. 120 acres, improved, near Thompson, $19200. !!0 acres, improved, near Lakota. $10000. 75 acres, improved, near Lons Rock, SI 2000. 144 acres, unimproved, near Lakota, $20800. 120 acres, unimproved, near Lcd- yartl. $17400. i'.O acres, ut>imp»ovccl. near Lakuta, $9600. 1. E. Wortman, Realtor, Lakota. Iowa. 74w43-44 | FOR SALE: New Lester Gulbran| ,„.! ....iulj spinels. Also rccon- ditiuncd used pianos. Armstrong Piano Co,. Spencer, Iowa. 14w41-44* i 1 ^'i! SALK — Registered Hampshire fall boars, also 2 or 3 of • n"i"i boars. Only a few of these big rugged boars. We have a good offering of spring boars. > K -ial prices on those not perfectly marked if taken soon. Joseph A. Skow. Wesley. 43w43-46' :: FOR SALE: Quality registered Spotted Poland Chinas, spring •md fall year boars, sired by S reamlincr Ace, a top son of Streamliner. The low down easy fcdsing kind. New blood for old custrmers. Bert S. Geerdes & Son, "•• miles south, 1'.•• east of Lakota. 43w41tf V OR SALE: Poland China boars. These boars the right type and •;r/e Duality. 4 mi. west, \'.\ south 'Uirl. Jess Dugan. 22w42-49* TOYS—Lots of them. It will pay you to buy them early this year. Nealy Hardware-Hatchery, Burt. COAL—We have a very good stock 01 good coal on hanu, .better DC sale man sorry. uct your coai now. Fnone 2<n, Raesly Lumber Co. 2bw4a-*-i FOR SALE — Purebred Poland China uoars. .2 mi. north, 2 easi of Wnntomure. Phone 21oo. Whittemore. 'i'. K. Pickara. 18W43-47 1 FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted jfoland Chian boarsi Purebred Chester White boars. Alb.n Schneider, 2 mi.- south Bancroft on 169. 19W43-48' 1 ' .OH SALE: Duroc boars, 40 head, medium type, \vell hammed, heavy boned, deep sided, ironi ....luniff uiood lines, raised on clean ground. New blood for old customers- O. V. llarlan, 5 miles west Algona. on highway 18. 36w44U i''OR SALE: Purebred Hampshire boars. G. M. Will, 4 miles east LuVerne. ''•" 13w44 FOR SALE: P.' B. Black Poland China boars. R. Bicrlc, ,V6 south, Mi west Lone Rock. 12w44-45 (i !''OR SALE: 12 gauge repeating Winchester pump gun, 1897 model. Kossuth Motor Co. 13w44 L''OR SALE: Chester White boar. G. H. Whitmore, Burt, Iowa. 9w44* WARM MORNING COAL HEAT- ers. We just received the new Cabinet Model Warm Morning heater with built, in draft control. This is the most efficient heater made. Raesly Lumber Co., phons 234. . 31w43-44 FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted Poland China boars, weight about 300 lbs< Priced reasonably. Ottawa tractor saw, like new to fit John Deere tractor. Fred DeVries, Rt. 2, Titonka, phone 3-F45. 28w43-44' : ' FOR SALE — Entire herd of 13 Shorthorn milk cows. Maynard Jensen, 2 west, % north - Swea City. 16w43-44 :J FOR SAJLE — Berkshire boars. George Grein, St. Benedict, 43-45- FOR SALE—Used Bros Stoker, 85 Ib. capacity. See at Irons Plumbing and Heating Shop, 812 East McGregor St. Haggard & Pctc'r- BOARS FOR SALE 3ii head of good Spotted Poland China boars. Grand and reserve onampion at,county fair class. Blue and red ribbon winners in 4-H. Orvillc Muller > mi. west on Hi, 1 mi. north, '/<• mi. west of Algona. 40w43-44* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc Jersey hoars and gilts. New blood linos. V- mile south, 4',V west of I Titonka. Phone Burt. Paul Kruea- er. 21w42-46* Swift's Ice Cream Pts. 25c Malted Milks 25c Take some home. BARRY'S RECREATION* 40tf FOR SALE: 5-hurncr oil stoves, OPA ceiling, $65. While they last now at $49.50. Pratt Electric Co. 18w44 FOR SALE: P. B. Duroc boars, blue ribbon winners in the open and 4-H classes at the Kossuth County fair. Jorn F. Weber, Irvington, phone Algona 15-F22. 24w44-27« Ff^R SAL^: 200 bales wild hay. Raymond Kramer, 8 mi. SW Algona, phone HO-F22. 13w44* FOR SALE For Immediate Delivery From Stock 125 SACKS MASONS CEMENT Moore & Moore, Inc. Phone 40-J Sexton ^^«r FARM WIRING* Ll WIRINC PF Au KINDS EklCTfttfAV COWTRACTIHC €uiwc PHOnf 2O-2O6WEST STATE ST. .ALGONA t!f»t»Ii;it ^OR SALy,: Pa'r re • " mo old. Pbo i • _ house. New 20x16 well-built house, easily moved. Hrffohl Long, phone 4-FI3, Algona. ldw44-46* MOtfcteS, AtOONA, IOWA v ''• I ' ' I tnxe-i about identifying and paying fotvnd. In lU-Plll, Al- quire Algona Upper Des Moine3, * *i- t - t I ,'t ' . '' A : FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls, serviceable age. Also few inod grade bulls. Joseph A. Skow. Wesley. !7w44-46* FOR SA-LR: 14 Hereford calves, wt. 450 Ibs. V. R. McCoy, 7 miles "outh Algona 163. 15w44* FOR SALE: 1935 Chevrolet truck. M..C. Humphrey, Algona. 8W44* THANKS TO OUR breeder anfl farmers friends for making our -ate a success. We sold all hogs In "bo sale, hift still have a few •prlnir and fall boars for sale a' 'arnier nrices. Mr. nnt' Mrs. Louis telllv. \< : mile south, '/a west. TjOiio Rock.. : 46w44* FOR SALE: Southern Minnesota. 80. 160 acres. Close to Owatonna. Best corn, beans, wheat land. *60 per acre if taken at once. Will 'ie in Hotel Owatonnn Fr'day and Saturday, Nov. 8, 9. V. E. Hjrglund. wrier. Dassel, Minn. 4t)w44« TOR SALE: Double and single un't International milker pails; bell-onerated ntttnp jack, like new. Phone 16-9, R. A.'Ban wart. West Bend. 22w44-> FOR SALE: 4 used tire-! and tubes, 6:16x4 ply. A. M. Van Steenbergc, Burt. 12w44* FOR SALE: 36 ft. steel elevator and hoist, fair condition. Ernest Meyer. Jr.. LuVerne. 12w44* FF.RTILTZFR: We ha<»e a few surplus to"s of 0-20-0 fertilizer nn hand. Swift & Co., Al"ona phone 264. 17vv44 FOR SALE: ANTIQUES Black walnut furniture: Hayiland china, odd pieces; nick hacks. Sla^s; art needle work: linen, hand embroidered; table cloths: ' lace ntble cloth, silk lining; extension dining table, 6 extra leaves. Call Sundavs and Mondays. Mrs. IM Peck, Britt. 40W44-45* FOUND FOUND: Billfold on State street by Ki-esensky's Monday. Owner inquire lunch counter at Consumer^ 14-w44 l> FOUND: Girls' wrisUwatch at Algona-Spencer football game. Friday. Owner can have same by Ads EJHh Ritr'tS, 44 LOST LOST: Par! light colbred tortoise trimmed glasses in black case al the Spencer-Algona football game. Finder please return to Upper Des Moines ofice. Reward, 24w44 FOR SALE: Poland China boars. . Mike Arends, '/ 2 mile east, nortr Burt. < • 13w44-45 WANTED HELP WANTED immediately: Assistant in confection shop. Steady-employment. Call Theatre. Phone 35. I3w44 WANTED IN ALGONA: Small house or apartment, furnished nr unfurnished; Mr. Eric Lovell, LuVerne. » . 13w44* SALESMEN WANTED We need a salesman, man or woman, in this community to sell our new low cost accident policy. Pays for ALL accidents and pays AT ONCE. It is just the policy people ^pve been looking for. It sells itself; all you nee.:, to* do is show It. Farmers sold at standard rates: Sales experience not necessarv. We will teach you bur business in the field under a competent Instructor. No capital required; but you should have a car .you can use. Here is an opportunity to get into a pleasant and profitable work on part or full t'me basis. Our asents are selling from five to tci nnlicies a day. . ' This is a new idea in accident insurance and the policy has been approved bv thn Insurance Department of the State Of Iowa. A card or letter addressed to P. O. Box 528. Spencer. Iowa, will brine ybU'full information. American Horri'e Life Company. . , - : 155w44 HIGHFST PRICES laid for late model;,tised cars. Free informa- Mon on OPA ceiling. Hoenk -Mo- l °V s - " 44 MISCELLANEOUS EXPERT WORKMEN at'your service. Call 170 for electrical service, repairs, wiring. Pratt Electric Co. . ' - 44 1 HAVE TAKEN OVER George Ban wart's garbage route , and will continue to serve his old ius- t.omers as well as new ones.' Ottp Hansen, Algona,.phone 474-W. 25w44* FUR COAT PROMOTION ONE DAY ONLY WEDNESDAY NOV. 6th Mr. Kocli, repre«eutlug AN MS FUIIS, Mill be'Ht this store just one day, Wednesday, Nov, Otli with the complete ANNIS Hoe of about 150 different fur coats, This will probably he the lust showing < for 11)46 and offers an unus-^ ual opportunity for seeing an entire line at one tlmet We jvlll continue <to st.pck A-NMS furs, but urge yon (o visit this store daring our promotion because H will give you a picture of the fufcoat trends for this and the cowing OW DAY | ^^^^ ^^^W ^^^F~ P^UPKMPM WWW-^^^p IB^P ^^l^^ 1 ^Sjff ... ' 'Ma^y We take tills hiethb,d bf thanking bur. rfelghbbrs and i'flend!: tot theli" kind express'qns of sjtitopftthy In our bcreaVernent. We e?6te"hd ouf heartfelt thanks. Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbatih and family. :'•'•'•' ••'. . 3S\v44« PRlV^fE PARTY leaving for Cal^ IfoWlft ai-ound 11th. Would like 2 6r 3;p&S8entfers, Call 24*J, Algona.'. ,'"' - ; •.-.'•.. 16w44* : .OFTICtAL NOTICE 223,98" :;AeRJBSOP' GOOSE LAKE KOSStTTH COtJNtY, IOWA, ' ESTABUv^HED AS A FUR- BBARING ANIMAL REFUGE. 'Nottfee is .hereby given under authority granted by Section 109>5 ChapteV 109, Code of 1946, that that nnrt of Goose, Lake consisting of, 223.98 acres located in Sections 16 and 17, Township 101 North, Range 30 West, is established as a fur-bearing animal refuge for the 1946-1947 trapping season; it shall be' unlawful to hunt, pursue, kill, trap or take in any manner, any fur-bearing animals in the above area during the 19461947 trapping season. "ff-otjvA nn nnhllrafinn. ' STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION. • G. L. Ziemer, Director. ' 44 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County, ss. IN D1STBICT COURT No. 5528.. -September Terms. 1946. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- YOU -ARE .H.BRBBY NOTIFIED That a'ri .instrument of writing purporting to be, the last 'Will -and Testament pf Charles W. Miller, Deceased,. date'd July 20, 1940. havirig'ibeeh this day filed, opened and, Saturday the 16th day of November, 1946. is fixed for hearing proof ' Of same at the Court House 'in Algona, Iowa, before the District; Cqu.rt df ; said County, or the Clerk- of 'said Court; and at ten o'clock 'A. M.» of .the day above mentioned all persons interested are Hereby .notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased.! Dated 'at Algona, Iowa, November 1, .1946. (SEAL) HELEN WHITE, - Clerk of District Court. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON Attys.; Algona. Iowa.- 44 Dressy Good Looking RAiNCO/irS have a plele sfoek of these dr«wy, practical raincoats in both the lustrous satin type and the very rich gaberdines. Thes coats 'Come in all sixes from Itfi:16 20 '(also some out size coats from 38 to 42) 6s well as children's sizes from '7 to 14. There are plenty of • wet, rainy days ahead and you will save your dresses by purchasing one of our famous makes of raincoats. Haincoe.ts, hrve graduated from the $5.00 class and nobody wants the old-fashioned "cheap" models. Our's sell at « $17.95 and $19.95 -J TTT Cnr rise IT 1 O t '"•x / ,.( Remember, we carry complete lines of Butterick, McCall and Simplicity patterns right in stock. Gorgeous New Botany Woolens Are Here's good news for all home dress makers. We have just received a large shipment oi choice, lOO'i* virgin wool materials in a dazzling array of smart new Fall colors. Just the thing for skirts, dresses, suits and children's coats. Featured is the celebrated .Botany Flannel, the aristocrat of all woolens but included also are crepes, plaids, bar one tie, and even such scarce items as Nuns Veiling, We take 'pleasure in slh- npuncing the arrival pt a shipment of the wanted plaids in a fine assortment of cpjpr - combinations, These gppds are all 54 and 50 inches wide,

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