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i~AI0ona Uppor 0«« Motnii fu«ele>, Mq'reft 2, T94S WANT ADS WANTED - JUNIOR ACCOUNT- rmt. Voun« rwm with know- 1«<dfif of nrroiinllMR to work in our f-oat clfpitf'trnr'nt, This work provide* opportunity to upwloll/n in c'o/it tiniilyslii work, Apply JOH, V/fjIclcnboff, fnc,, Alftnmi, In, WANTKJ) - F-X CU STANDARD Oil fliilcfuwm uwnlly I" i''<' f) (if Itminf «i (Jpl. One child ttrhool iitfc, Will KIVO M'fci r<nr'<;n. Writ' 1 1C It, hclfli-r, 21(1 I0tfi» Avc. N,, Foil l)[)(]«c, In,, or, will collect, Walnut ,'iltOII, uQ.IOaa* WANTED MAIUUKD MAN, year tirmmd job, nc'paratn IIOUHC, clticli Idly, bun, A|)|)ly nl c/nco , phono ' ochool Kurl H, Corwlth. «0u2ltf WANTKf) MAN KOR Ii'AIlM worlf, prefer innrrlcd, but will liilse nlrii{lf, -R, Wllnoii, plionn 2IHI2, LiiVeinc, irtl-Ou* IJKAI.KII WANTKI.)--200 KAIIM- hoirie iieccttiilljcd ..... medlclnr.'H, vlUiiniiiii, Hplcftii, fooclii, DDT, etc. Well known every (.-wmly. For pnillciiliii't wilte lliiwlel/!h'n, ])ept, IA(.:-.')|.HM, Krcji-poi'l, III, lit)* WANTKI) ' TO Cil'CIIIK! SIlicklH MM ,SAI,I'!MMKN ,'iell ,1 ^. iilileline or nlori every Imimewlfe nocdti nml c«m nlTnnl, HlopH Hplntti!i'ini{ mid doiMi nol. lili'Min food. Wrll<; I 1 '/, MniiUenbiJi'if, Hnllit'i'lnnd, fown, or ,1 to, H (Inmpimy, I'llfl We)U«IiT- 1'ci'nnn IJIvd.. lion An((ele.",, 7, (Jiil 1 1', "H* For Rent I-'OII. llMNT-'-TIIHKK (,'OMK()H.'I'- nlile iileeplnii nioniii. I'erinnnciil. i (jdinni'ii, iird'er men only. (Jliiui. K, Murphy, plioni- 1)10, 'ATI N, Thoi'lni/.ton SI. iiDa* FQft SAf,E-»42xl2 fiROODKR hou«c, In flood condition- Kevin Gcrbor, S mlk* wt-nt, 3 »outh Al- KOIf ilKNT 'III A, (i(.)()l) I'M..UK uniMii pniitiirc, plenty water, Unit pliirr north nl' IrvlniUon. Hrc Miilliililn WVnviT nl. Drcc.sman's Product' in 1 Unimld Weaver, 'I Illili'M i','i:>l 'Hi |l lit, .'I 1 '! north III' Alj',(iiut, nDii* KOK IlKNT IN AI.CJONA • UP- Ml.iilr:! .'ip.'irlnii'iil, imrurnislu'd. clone In. Will H\VC yciir'n len.'ie l,u rlKliI ciiiiple. Available Mureli I, Alt;o one iilee|iii)M room, |,',lrls preferred. Cull 111112, WhlUomor... For Sale l''()|| SAI.K I'll) A. I'nrin, ,'i ml. '.;• Weill. of AI|.!OIIII, PoMKI.'HKloll tlilM .'i|)rliiH, Hldiii!., Kid A, plow- iund, !if) A, pnslure, priced to sell, good "terniH." See or cull II. I). Ilntehlim, Uiml lOiitutc, Phone li;U!.,l, Alminii, ull-HIn MO'I'OHOLA AND PUll-CO CAR rm I Ion Tor K/ih.v—Expert Service on nil molten of RndioM (ienneh Rndlo, Dovvnntiiirfl (,!oun- cll Unit Slore. , llil ' l(l l! K()i("sAI,K 'i .11.P. KI.KC'I'RIC motor, wood condition; ul.-m Muscovy (luclui. t.'nll 151' 1 '!, ul'ter (i p.m. ' nOnl. 1 ) J''()R SAI.K--MONARUII C'OM- lilnnUoii ,'ilnvc, neui'ly new. I.enniler Secl'eld, plume 1212111, Wesley. ulln* FOR' SAI.K JOHN DKF.RK Deld eiilllviitnr. new lust fall. A. F, Van Hmvn, ':: mile west of Ali'.onu on uiuvel. nlla* FO.II SAI.F, hi) MAI..F.S AUFAI,In, $•!(). .1. R. 'I'liompson, Hurt. """*__ FOR sTTiTk"•- i\?ccoRMicK- Deerinjl 10•'.!() and '.\-\-\ inch lu- Ici'iuilKinnl plow, in iiood rumuiij 1 , order. $MO. Al|ihi Fisher, West llend. iiilii* FOR SAI.K 1(10 AC'RKS, t!AR- llelil 'I'wp., fair imprnvemcnls. i;ood soil. Iliilclnson \- llouiih, Secui'ils- Stale Llank Mld«. u!ial7 I.'OR SAI.I-; i F.SSF.X POWF.R Weed Sprayer, eompleli' with I lit) ciil. lank, motor niul air com pri'ssor, I-I ft. IHIOIU, !.')() font hosi 1 for hand \vor!\, l» iiul. pol can for nU'l' work; also paml sprayinn uHllll and ;i!l fl. ladder. John lluscher, phono IDVIi W, Ah'.ona. u!la* FOR S A I. K Ul.OW - MAID cream oiiaincl ranj'.c, leaMinahle price Mrs. Malh Kapp, phone !t!IH J, Alr.ona. u'Ja* FOR SAI.K •" MONARCl'l OH, luirmni', rani'.e. I'alh luh. Clur- enci.' Oshorn, Fenlon. u!)a* FOli "sA'i.F, ...... IIAKKD WILD HAY and straw. Wilhur Daley, l.u- vorne, __ _____ _ J!:'" 1 !!:!.* ^ ^_.™._______-~. T - _ . { ^ ^ milking fhorlhorn hull, red. 1 year old, sire only record of merit lutll in Kossuth County, Herl I'riehi-, phone RJ-Fl 1 1, -I mi. east, ;i north, Pu cast, 1 north of Algona. iil'a* FO'R .SAl.F- UMY 01.1VKR "7lT' with cultivator: also I Oliver .staiulard, all in lino condition, l.co McKnruc, u!>a* FO R s A h-: lows, Mrs. F K A'l' KR i ' i 'o, l.oDll, l.edyard. u!)a* FoFf S AhF.- II A") ,K1) Al.FAl .FA liay, Ihsi cutli"«. i>>> rain. Ray H. |\lcWhurter, Hurl, viila* FOlT "sAUti -- MAT?|6*N OATS. Ames teslol. uoruiiiuitiuti iH'i-. pure soed !)H,t!tl"« , $^ iw.f bushel, ovcrhciui bin, Frank Uahlins- Hurl, la, __ _ ™ a l!L. "'~ "NKW CORONA Sinilh t'urtahkj lypvwnUn 1 : also double bod, coil springs, ck-au inattross, I'houo tiSa-J. shirts uihs to furrow in April, May, ana June; also Clinton oats. Lavvmuv Hanson, Wesley. POR SALK— I5ALKU ALFALFA liny, Jny Carl»on, Wesley, ufln* FOB SA!,B—MAIUON OATS, 8«V(.'i'ln Ophf-im. Whltlcrnorc, TOOLS FOIt HAI.fC—TllK FOL- lowlng took jirtj now find will M}\\' at wholesale price—Nyc ro- '«llnn die, 1 lo 2 In, $20; Nyi: pfp« 'utter, ;i/ll to 2'/z In, $0: Avmljgn ,ln HJilrm. $2; Plpo vise, chain ,ypo. $7; Pipe vine-. $fl; IB llj, vidi; Miiemrilsl lype, fytt; Tin wrilps, ?!,7ft; Hloek nnd die net, 3/8 to 1 n., $»: Hi«li np«)d drill not, $14; I In pipe wrcrieh, $1; H in, pipe vrewh. $1,150; Hi in, pipe wrench, $1,75; blow toicli, $.'(; lead furnace, all; Hit brace willi expulsion bil. |!2,, r )0; Tube fl.-irlni/ tiel. $2; Hund finw, $1,00; .'10 In. Lovol, $2; M0fn« other tooln, .John I". Sh(>phurd, W(>Hl(.-y, Phone 2(141. uOu* FOU/ KALK — NKW COLONY hof! hotiMe, 12x20, on I'tiruiern. J, I 1 ', Devine, Irvirifilon, ulJa* ~~ liMPLlEMENT "SALE Tuns., Mnrch 9, 1948 Archbold, Ohio 9:30 a.m., Promplly 1110 TIIACTOIIK 'Fnrtnnll; Wl); MH;, MDti; I In; BN; AH; Jolin Deere; OH; AM; Mti; I In; AlliH Chnl- tnei'-i; Olivitrn; (1(1; 70; (SO; disc; MM; MtiHwiy Mtiri'luj Hod Fords; Kei'H.; nil iiijiluw find Mixes, new and UMi'tj, A numbei' of erawlern. Hi Combineii: 12-fl,,, Helf-prop. Co- Op.; Inl.,; .1,1),; oUier.-t, nil nixes mid inaki-H, new nnd UKod; 12 Hnleir,; Nil; HOW; .I.D.; fiOT. Int.; Case; othern. Ifi Corn Planters: 21)0 mid 400; .1; Dr.-eru; 4-row Int.; all oilier miil<on and :<ixw4. Corn I'ieUers; Drill.'); Diiiku; Plows; Spr(!ad(.'rH; May Tools; hmidrodK of trnelor- nnd hoi'Mo-drawn loolii, new and \\M>.I\. Airplane, liki; tu^w. Uriii/,; your excejiH ninclilriery here lo HC|| it., llrin,'/, in iriai.'liini.'ry March fllh or early March !)lh. Sale Klarls on lime, Phonout OR 414 or 10123 Archbold, Ohio, or write YODEH ft FHEY AUCTION SALES Archbold, Ohio Froy Kf Bunrjor, Auclionocrn I " n»a RUBBEn STAMP"RACKS We have Uiree nixes o'f raeks for holdlni! your rubber slninpn In a nice nrderlv manner, On sale at ALGONA NEWSPAPERS One half block easl. of Post Office ... uO-lOu* KOK, SALK McCOIlMlCK- Deerinu milker, like new. IliK- (;inn I iron. Tilonkn, la. ud-Oa* iFb'lt SALK HULLS, -HKKK type ,rei.ls and roans. He f, isle red.' Mike Arend & Son, 1 '/a i.'asl, '.••iiiorlli of LUirt. BOX CANDY Lurcio AsHorlmont BARRY'S RECREATION utiritf. FOR SALE ~- HALED PRAIRIE liny and baled iHraw, also I'cccl- ini; oata. C!cor/!0 Wiklin, Alnona. ufiatf F<Jll"" S^A~l ~I}T^~POLLK 5" AN5 Horned Hereford bulls, servlee- able IIKO. J''. M. Chrliitenson, Lrtne Rock, In. u'latf iro"iTs7TrK~'prAcVLiTwl\Ti^ proof lioiiu; iiisiilntion, "blown ,n." Kxpt'i't, inspi't'tion, ostimat- rin KcrviiM!. Cowan Uldi.;. Supply Co., Phone 27ft, Alc.ona. ulatf CASrf'BEEH — POP Wo Dolivor BARRY'S—Pho. 343 ulatf - PURKMRUD Chester White nUls. March and April farrow. (!ooiw Wolf, l.iii- Vorne, L'orwilh phono IKi-FKt. uTiall' FOR SALK NEW TYPEWRITERSI !i'u fl • case of /frtt 'coftifc, ircrvcd! t W« ftbW hftVc on Hahd Offfe MEW SMlfH-CORONA POfttABLB ' < ONE NEW UNDERWOOD NOl&fiLESS PORTABLE, ' Typdwrftd? SaleS'SerVicc ALOONA NBWSfAPJBR^ Jll E, Cflll St., AlgoHa, la, nOutl FOB SALE—MEDIUM Cfovor, $2i/dlffdfa seed, $11.40; hybrid Bccd corn, $3, all jbcr bushel. Also other bnrtfaln«, Postal card u« todoy for cutabg and samples. Moll Roberts' Son, Postvlllc, Towa. a7-lO FOR SALE—"MARION" SEED ootH, bin run, Marlon oats are not subject to Hclmlnlhcspor- iurn; DIHO "Koto" flax, cleaned; jind 100 bal(J8 oat straw, burn Blared. T, E, LflBcrstrorn, phone 103, Burl, a8u* FOR SALE—PUREBRED Duroe Oitii, March and April farrow. John F. Wober, Irvinglon, a7-8u* FOR S A L K ±~ W. C. ALLIS CliulrncrH tractor on rubber, with power lift cultivator,'lights, nnd power-take-off; one purebred bull, rnllklnf! Shorthorn Hlrtiiri, dark rod. Irving lleidon- wlth, Swca City. u7-8u* FOR SALE—FIVE CHOICE DU- roc Jersey fared glUs, laio March farrow. 0. V. Marian, Algona. u8-9a!4 FOR -iJiALE —' REGISTERED Brown Swl«H bull, 3 yrs. old. J. E. Thill, SI, Bcnudlct. u8-0a* FOR SALE—PUREJ3RED SPOT- lod Poliind China «iltH, bred to a won of the $2400 Rocket, March and April farrow. These gilta hav« been fed a good brood sow ration. Priced to soil. O. T. Cher- lund, 1 Va rni. north and 1% mi. oast of Lone Rock._, uB-Da* TOR SALE"'"l20~A. TO SETTLE catntc. Riverdale twp. Make us an offer. 2% miles northwest of St. Joe, Mrs, Mary Ann Kenne, Administrator, Whittemore, la. a8-0u* FOIl SALE JOHN DEERE inanuve spreader, Model E.'Alfred Bierstedt, Whittemore. aBu* FOR SALE-1943 JOHN DEERE A Ivuclor, starter, lifthts, 11-3H tires, $1000. 10 miles north of Nicollot. Raymond Manson, Nicollet, Minn., phone New Sweden, 4004. a8u* ? ; OR~SALE-BALED TIMOTMY and clover hay mixed; also al- and clover hay mixed; also loose alfalfa hay. 0. V. Harlan. Algona. al)-i)u FOR SALE AJAX OATS Suitable for Seed Germination Very Good Bin Run $1.50 per Bushel BOB HAMILTON Lalcota. Iowa Phone: Bus, 21(11, Jles. 2352 , aBu FOR SALE'— 8x10 -.TENANT house, built-in cupboard and closet, electrically wired, Mrs. Vernon C'asler, 502 S. Phillips. , aliu* FOR SALE—SEELEY'S 3 BED- rooni bungalow. Possession at once. Now low price. Sec Joel M. Herbst, at)u!5 Household Goods^ SUGTlTLY~"uSED SPINET~PI- ano. Can be bad for balance due. May be ween in this vicinity. Write Armstrong Piano Co., To. allu* HOUSEHOLD CTOODS -• USED items — llotpolnt eleotrie hi- ovon ranKe, walnut clifiing'sot, 4 chairs; Queen Ann "walnut ext. table; oak table, buffet and chairs; large pine wardrobe, cifsh cupboard; ' living room suite; chest of drawers; marble topped ;f-'s7^w f sTO'Ji? f si^JiB v .si« LACY LOVE lines to a lovely lady,,, f ifiuifl'I'Bilccl linos by Ailemis Clioosu Lacy Lovo In Bbck gt \Vhilo Bui'Mil i,iyouciepo, hcthcil in inatcliing Ijci). 32 tu W; 32S lu 38S. / d «*lHIIffl 1 || rischilles walnut . Oftfait, perfectj»l oak bookcase, 2 glass? UUW1B uuv . buggy, Taylor-Tot; wantle clock (striker). ChipffidJfd Slbrs?, Butt, phone 22. • ^f • &8U* Miscellaneous .4! *.,_ -!.,«"-,! .iic.sr.iv^if^' Used Gars FOR SALE—1030 COACH PORD. 1931 Model A, Id In, tires, seal beams. Bill Jenklnson, Phone 20-Ffl, Algona, Located Rdfr Saf* chcl'n, 3 miles north bf'Pfofteer 1 ft ml, west, % 'n FOR SALE—1041 fOR0 CLUB coupe, excellent., condition. Phone 15-F23, or See at 2'A mile cast of Irvinglon, Dori Krausc, FOR SALE—I 036 DODGE up, good.c-ondition. Reason for selllns, 2 blocks north of post office. Phone 2841, Wedlcy, la. uOa* FOR SALE—1040 8 CYLINDER Ford. 5 tiics like new, good clean cui. New seat covers. $1725. Arnold Banwart, West Bend. uOa* FOR SALE - 1935 /DODGE coiifh, lOSfi Chevrolet coach. See IJIossom Loan Co,, Algona. u9a!3 • We BUY and SELL USED CARS See Us To Buy Or Sell. KENT MOTOR CO. : ulatf FOR SALE-HMD FORD S. W. B. truck, good shape. Ray C Drcmmcl, Burt, phpne l&.t . • UlAf3tf FOR SALE 1041 > SUPER'BUICK all new tires, low mileage, ,ex.- ceptionally fine 'cdndllioni 508 E, Kennedy St. Phone 884-LJ, FINE, USED, CARS . 1047 Ford Supei-^Dcruxe' Sedan'.' Used a little. 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmastc'r Town Sedan. Used a lillle. HJ'17 Chevrolet Flcctmaster 5 pas' sengcr coupe. Used a little.; •": Plyfttbdttl dough, " , _ , 37 Fdfd Coach/ "ft6U|jh but, cheap, ••i ; . '" 1930-CHevwiet Coach, Mice In* im Chevrolet' Sedan. New 1 mo* 11^8 Chevrolet Standard Coach. .Glean, ; We tradfe. Easy terms. • For u6od cars its- W, ,B, LEY MOTOR CO, SEE MM FOR REAL BARGAWS in fatm, Idefls, tfi&w&e m* " r and estimates o'n^iie. PJiil iIhftM,fthpM" a8u Cards of Thanks I WISH TO THANK'MY ftELA- lives, neighbors and other /fiends for their spiritual bouquets and , flowers at the timo of the death s of- Peter Krieps. Nick Krlcps family ( Mr. and Mrs, John Erbelding and family. u9a* Sincere thanks to everyone Who sent'cards, gifts, and letter^ or helped in any way to make my stay iri the hospital and my con* valesccnsc as pleasant ad possible. Your th&ughtfulness will always be remembered. Mrs. Allen Hincklcy, Burt, Iowa. attu39 I want to, thank ail my friends and relatives for . their -cards, flowers,' and ^kindnesses shown me while I.was.in the hospital. Mrs. Ronald Ortman. a8u* I wish 1 to.thank all my'neigh- bors and -friends for ,the many ,bpautlful cards,!. lctt,cr,s and, help •l-ftcei'vcd ddr'ing.my illness. Ev- crctt C. Witham. , a8u* Wo wish to thank" our neighbors, relatives,' and friends for all "the cal'ds, letters, and gifts and all blood donors Which Wore very much appreciated during my stay in both hospitals and at home during my illness. Thomas Godden. • a8u* . COAL , ^ompleie 6teck 6ft hand. Call 234 H G a«ly°Lbr. Co. ' , Mel B. Grlffiii,' Mgr. tllatf , ,.if ^-utii-.-'—r.T A 4 -LJ-I - ' -*-M "• •'• -"'^t Pot All Types Concrete , ftEADY.MIX CONCRETE .Delivered,to you? job SUPPLY dO, Algona. u4atf IF YOU PLAN TO GET A SILO, • 'write the undersigned for fur* inei' information. "Theo. T. Mpfcn; Bricelyn, Minn. . aS-9ul7 INLAID LINOLEUM — UNO- wall tile laid by experts. Custom 'work. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Algona. ' ', , FLOOR SANDINQ AND RfcFJN* ishing. ' Heavy commercial •oiiulpmcnt. 'Portable .powei olant. Cnwan Bldg. Supply Co* Algona, phbne 275.' \ ulatf GRANULATED -GONOtrrtS 'in' siilation. Rock \Tool Batts arid granulated wool are available Tor ypur home.' You too can in; stilate ydtir own home. .See Us! f. S.' NORTON ,8e SON ..,•*. phono 299 ' v a3utf SAVE UP- TO 35% IN heat costs Wiih Home Guard Insulation Weather Stripping ' asphalt shiri- gles. Free' estimates , for yoW home. Write or call Gamble, 'Store, Algona^ Phone '28. ulatf Great Savings in FURNITURE! 1 [ Here's b wonderful opportunity—if you need new Bedroom Furniture—to make p handsome saving on some handsome- suites! >A limited number of our regular high quality bed- roomgsuites at special marked down 'prices for a'limited time drily! Selject early. , . ', , 3- PC. Mahogany Bedroom Suite FORMERLY $129 $155.00 BEDROOM SUITE-Bed, Chest, Dresser with Hanging Mirror; Also Mirror with Chest, .Walnut Finish.'-- ______ — $1 19 $149.00 METAL BEDROOM SUITE-Bed, Chest and Dresser Jh Walnut Finish _____ r ____________________________ ^—$109 $159.00 4-PIECE SOLID OAK BEDROOM SUITE In Blonde Wood Finish _ _____ .... ___________________ '__ ______ - ____ '$129,50 SIMMONS COIL SPRINGS in Aluminum Finish ____ ^ ____ $12.75 LAND 'O NOD & SIMMONS INNER-SPRING MATTRESSES_$29,50 $39.5Q up to $59,50 FOSTER r C" "" ' 4 -' ; * i i-t?:. :t. '.'.......?...>:.^1 . Iowa State College '. ~ ' «-^ v '-,-.' ^ t* c- show amazing difference in litters-depending on how sows are fed Sows waaned only 13% t>f their pigs. CORN and SUPPLEMENT 85% STRONG PIGS Feed You r Sows on MINRAL |i ! f BIST When You Want Better Hogs|; *BEST When You Want B§tt§f Hfg? Faster |3EST When Vow Want to Sqy§ en Corn \ CiiST When You Want $rjrat§r* rteg Profits :Your spring 'pig crop's chances of survival are being de* ; ; cided right now. It depends on the cafe and feed you ^We your brood sows>oW ... while the sowi are fiOlLDv , ING lifters. In tests at Iowa State College typical' put) suoj4t)j 4U^J9^!p uo paj aJaM SMOS jo sdnojB accurate records wore kepi of the results. 'Here is what '' Happened: ' • , " •'.''' ' ' •' '' ' t) ^ CORN AIQNE '; .ONLY 41% STRONG PIGS ] , When, sows ai Iowa Siale College were fed STRAIGHT , v CORN during the winter, only 41% of their spring pigs were strong at birJh. Illinois tests show that poorly-fed ; - 1 j , .Sows' at',Iowa State Cpllege, fed CORN, PLUS .SUPPLE- „ *'* "l^ENT, Vrodiiced 85% t slron^ pigs; ;In addition, the, sows „ * " t getting a balanced supplement "v/iih thejr x corn farrowed 1 one "more pig-per'litter, and ihe pigs were half again as heavy. The Illinois tesis show lhat BOWS, properly fed dur- " ing gestation weaned 83% of their pigs. » • •„ Good Care and Good Feeding NOW Good Pigs This Spring • Thes, first step in reducing your 1 pig mortality is lo feed " balanced rations to your sows—including a good blended supplement that's fortified with vitamins and minerals... < FED Sargent & C»., Algonq r la

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