r*y gv l iv , ( ' li ; - WANT ADS Tuesday, March 16, 1948 For Sale SAND SAW — BENCH TYPE . • for home workshop. Ideal fof hdbbyists, cuts Wood, metal, plastic, leather, etc. Special $14.95, fact&ry to you. Lowest priced band saw on market, thousands ih Use. Free circular. American fland Saw Co., 147 E. Lake,- Minneapolis, Minn. ulO-l2a41 FOR SALE — NEW FLEXIBLE lever'type peg harrow sections. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ullal2 FOR. SALE—CERTIFIED CLIN- ton oats. T. Lagerstrom. Phone 193, Burt. alOulO SEEDS HYBRID SEED' CORN, IOWA 4397, one of the best for northern Iowa. BENTON SEED OATS, certified, Blue Tag, $2.20 per. bu. 989;. germ. M. A. S. SOY BEANS — Earlyana and Lincoln. Sorlien Heed Farm, Bode, Iowa. a9-llu* FOR SALE—WHITE GANDER. N. B. Wood, 41/3 miles south of Lone Rock. alOu* FOR SALE — WALNUT LOGS. Philip H, Dorweiler, West Bend. • a.9-10u* FOR SALE — MARION SEED oats. Raymond Nelson, Burt. , . ... ,'ulOa* Used Cars F6R 'SALE—1946 CHEVROLET, Style Master, good tifes, radio, heater, A-l condition; 1947 Plymouth, 4-door Deluxe, heater, sUttvision, wheel trims, everyth thing complete, low mileage; 1941 Chevrolet, 5 passenger coupe A-l condition, new tires, heater radio, completely overhauled 1945 Chevrolet truck, hydraulic hoist with combination grain anc stock box. Is an all around truck can be used for all jobs. Al Frank's Standard Service, phone 18, Ledyard, Iowa. ' uila67 Siege of Mumps . Dick S. Meyer ahd her son Richard are both recovering from* a sfege of mumps. Mrs. Meyers camtf dowh with them 2Wf * eral htispilal with Joy Ann. The from the Sdri, r Beftjamlftu . Last \*it\i\\»- 1Vff<fen rtflrt+TrtiA'jii U4 Aiii^S ic * t>^. week Mfs. 6,.PM«i», ,., and Mrs, Beh Hfeyef, a FOR SALE—1934 .Buick 4-door, mechanically good, 5 nearly new tires, new battery, radio, an£l heater, cheap. For quick sale inquire Algona Hardware, or 219 W. McGregor.. No phone calls. ulla* FOR SALE—1946 SPECIAL DE- Luxe Plymouth sedan, A-l condition. Clayton Pittman, Algona, phone 782 or 881-J. ulla* FOR SALE — 1947 OLDSMO- bile, 4-door; 1947 Ford, 2-door; 1940 Chevrolet, 2-door; 1934 Plymouth, 2-door. Hoenk Motors, west of Court House. ulla20 FOR SALE — POLLED AND Horned Hereford bulls, service- able'age. P'. M. Christenson, Lone Rock, la. u4atf FOR SALE-—EAGLE WATER- proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., Phone 275, Algona. ulatf CASE BEER — POP We Deliver BARRY'S—Pho. 343 ulatf FOR SALE—MEDIUM Clover, $24; alfalfa seed. $11.40; hybrid seed corn. $5, all per bushel. Also other bargains. Postal card us today for catalog and sa:»ples. Hall Roberts' Son, Postville. Iowa. a7-10 ((, 99 'tinm& BanJcJ to too«t, bolster ... your LoJom. The "Banils" Jwecp upwarcli, merging into ilioulder strapj. Small, medium, and large cup siies for made-lo-order perfection, Soft, yet jliape Holding batiite. '&-«•//... 2.50 Mtdium, Largt ... O Cf| Our Corset department is in charge of Miss Rose Lampe, graduate Gpssard Corseiere, who will personally advise you or fit you with the right foundation garment, You can't buy your new Spring outfit Without a perfect foundation; our stock y> now com- »nd Miss. Lampe will give your problems her personal attention, CARS AT 'ALL PRICES 1947 Ford V8 super deluxe for- dor sedan. This one used a little but carries new car guarantee. 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster town sedan. This one almost brand new. Still has the paper on it. 1947 Ford 1 ton truck with new stake body. This is a low mileage job, in perfect shape. 1941 Chevrolet special deluxe town sedan. Here is an unsually clean car in every respect, look it over. 1941 Ford 4 passenger ' coupe. Reconditioned motor, nice clean job. 1938 Chevrolet town sedan. This one looks and runs O. K. 1938 Plymouth sedan. Decent mechanically, priced right. 1937 Ford coach. She's -rough but she'll run and the' price is very low. 1936 Chevrolet sedan. Has a brand new motor and transmission. Good transportation. 1935 Chevrolet standard coach. This car has clean body and very good. 1929 Ford pickup. For sale jheap. If you. don't see the car you A'ant listed see us any way. We may have it b£ the time you get here or we can get it for you. W. E. LEY MOTOR CO. Lakota, Iowa ulla ;i ?,l...lAi'.A:?:^ lii^^^llj^fe^^;' ^uiftaiii '• ' ' <v: ^v,v';',^;^-J V ,h i- »'C ,.-',.* .% '*•' * t l ',, Pulling Aside the On The 1948 Easter Fashion Parade With Easter "just around the cornel-Vand we hope it Won't snow-all feminine minds are on tha an; fash.cn date, We are W*u*to*ntovnc* that our Spring lines are complete-with the most display of truly lovely "WEARABLES" it has been bur good fortune to preesnt for several years,' nits •,. Suits present a picture of diversity-with all types popular among fa$HfoiJ|*aders- short and long jackets with swing or "fuller" skirts to select from, WeihaVe/'both plait FOR SALE—1939 OLDSMOBILE 8, good c6ndition, good tires, leater, radio. Call 22-5 or see A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock, Iowa. . / alOulOtf BUY ana SELL USED CARS Set- Us /To Buy Or Sell. KENT MOTOR CO. ulatf gabardines and sturdy mens-wear mixtures in sizes from 10 to 20,, 9^4^ anel the popular half sizes from }6Vz to 24 1 /i. - .,,'', Coats are just as diversified-with both full length and shorties popular according Jo personal taste. You will find just the right coat, here in our great pre-Edster showing—but we warn you, we carry only QUALITY COATS—well made/, perfect fitting, 100% woolen garments.~A full color and size range awaits you to make yoUr choice easier. i ,. • And what can we say about dresses—with just hundreds to choose from? Nothing except that we have a tremendous line of junior, misses and half-siied v ladies frocks for you. With the longer hem-lines, .you'll find your last years dresses rather outdated, Why not buy one or two of these pretty NEW; SPRING garments? Millinery is very easy to wear and very, flattering Ihis Spring, and our great pre-Easieir display is certain to delight every feminine heart. See ihe new Janet, Knox and Flo Lil hats, exclusively at-this s'tore. 'Famous Makes' of SPRING TOPCOATS $32.50 to $50 Knii-Tex, Alpagora, Crest-Knit . . . those are the big topper names waiting for you in coats at the Hub—and they cost no more! Smooth coverts, sporty tweeds; , in the smart 1948 single breasted style. Superba Nleckwear $1.50 A whole host of stunning new Spring patterns! f / Nothing firs a man into the spiril of Spring more harmoniously than a new topcoat; a 7 new suit, qnd accessories to match.. And'nothing .means more than buying, clothes of national recognition. At the HUB', you gefaa label.that is your assurance of. the finestjjin fabric and tailoring-quality through and, through! 'Famous Makes'of SPRING SUITS '*> If the label in your new suit reads "Clipper Craft" or "Worsted-Tex". you are assured of style with quality. Hard finish worsteds, tweeds, 'gabardines; coverts, ] flannels—in single, ah&'double breasteds to fit the short, the, tall, -the slim, the stout, , ' • ^Mv^V \ 'Famous Makes' MEN'S HATS $7.50 $10 Step in and step under one of . these swank pewtoobb| <?r Lee, hats for Spring, iNew lirqwns, greys ^nd blu^s IP snap-brim and off-the-face styles. Bound or raw edges, 'Famous Makes 7 MEN'S SHOES $9,95 up .' * >, The most complete Block of % famous Florsheims and Freeman shoes we have before, the way! 6 ., smooth leathers, Qual|}y; that fit you* foot • pocket book 1 r I * - ,<i , v^-iV i • •'«•*« ' ' , , •_/,; Vs-w- , • . >. • „ i > i i!x*t s-.Vl.- 1 " - r3r. •' ' ; $W7* 'i '•';'" •'- v :;*!."'- •• ' ..: .
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