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R, 3. , Cfese& »' Mrs. J. P. StUder of Wesley aitd David Snilth df 'Algona. .* > ! -'?-.flfSf»*tt^tffJm : - n <*Vt & tt ««as,o," Fire 6e.» serv,** . S Hospital New* * eity laf s^ssMat ' CoUn-llmeh were present. Mrs, Fred Brandt and Arl!«e visited .TKuraday afternoon at the David ItedW home. Velda Lloyd of Dodge Center, Minn., la staying with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Brant, and attending school here. IThe Grant boys' baseball team defeated Ledyard Tuesday by a score of 8 to 2, Batteries for Grant were Kelly, Richardson and Godfredson and for Ledyard, Reece and Anderson. IBVINGTON NEWS :'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfred- flpn have received word from their son, Lowell Samp, that he is now Ideated at .the Great Lakes Naval Training sta': ! on. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman, Sr., entertained at dinn-er last Sunday evening honoring the birthday of their daughter, Esther. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scheppman and family, Mr. and Special Calf Sale at Alliance, Nebr Friday, October 9th Head of Choice Hereford Calves Our first special calf sale this year. Some of the largest consignors are: Ed Peterson, Felix Sandoz and Chas. Grieves. Also many other listings of one to three loads. All of these calves are exceptionally good quality, and are freshly consigned from the ranch on the day of the sale. There will be several hundred head of ad- dit.'onal late consignments. Don't wait for calves, attend this sale. ANNOUNCEiHENT Our -second special yearling sale of several thousand head will be on Friday, October 16th, with E. A. Hall selling 640 head of very good yearling steers, all his own raising. Alliance Livestock Comm. AIJLIANCE, NEBRASKA General Hospital Sept. 24—Mrs. Art Kramefsmel* er, Ledyard, girl; Mrs. Henry Wegener, Algona, medical. Sept. 27—Mrs. Lucille Carlson, Algona, medical. Sept. 28—Mrs. Carol Behrends, Titonka, surgical. Sept. 30—Maxlne Karsrud, Swea !ity, surgteal. Oct. 1—Mrs. R. N. Etherington, Algona, boy. Oct. 3—Mrs. Henry. Miller, Lu- Verne, surgical. Oct. 4—Raymond Dackerr, Algona, medical. Kjossuth Hospital Sept. 21—William Stedtland, Belmond, accident. Sept. 22—Mrs. Ralph Dugan, Burt, medical. Sept. 23—Mrs. William Pech, Algona, boy; Mrs. Albert Leigh, Irvington, girl; Mrs. Leo Immerfall, Algona, girl; Mrs. C. C. Reif, Algona, medical. , (Sept. 23—Mrs. Frank Bormann, Bode, g.'.rl; Helen Ford, West Bend, accident; Gene Ford, West Bend, accident; Roland Bleuer, West Bend, accident; Mrs. Lyn-ch, St. Paul, accident. Sept. 2&—Miss Clara Richter, Corwith, medical. Sept. 29—Mrs. Lyle. Runchey, West Bend, boy; Mrs. Don- Boevers, Algona, girl. ISept. 30—Mrs. Harm Eden, Woden, surgical; Mrs. Wade Hansen, Algona, boy; Mrs. Larwence Alt, Fenton, girl; William Nettzel, Algona, medical; Mrs. C. C. Scharlach, Algona, surgical. Oct. 1—Kenneth Fraser, Algona, surgical; Doris Sankey, Algon-a, surgical. Oct. 4—Mrs. Ray Besch, Algona, girl. Oct. 5—William Doyle, Bancroft, surgical. CLASSIFIED Mites Minimum charge 25c for 13 Words or less. When paid with chief -o per word; when charged, 3c pe word. No agents Commission al lowed. If advertising ' agents charge their clients Sc and sent cash with order, they receive Id per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Seven yearlin-g bulls $125.00. Ten cows, five to eigh years old $150. All pure bred Here fords, Domino breeding, cows reg istered, ready to drop calves fron best bull in Palo Alto county. I am offering good salary for some farmer to take charge of this herd of 125 cows and calves.—C. M. Haas Rodman, Iowa. 39-42 'WANTED—To buy a second hand typewriter.—Mrs. Forest Hanifan, Cylinder. 40* WANTED—Waitress. Cafe. -Dermands 40 IF YOU NEED a rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. 13*-tf MY TRUCK DELIVERS TO YOUR FARM! FOR SALE—Pipeline Perfection Milkers. Chore Boy Milkers, 1 usec Chore Boy milker. Iowa and Idea cream separators. We are getting a few new electric refrigerators about one a week. PhMco Radios, Coleman Circulating oil| heaters, Hamilton Beach foovl mixers and vacuums. —Algona M&ytag Store. 40 FOR SALE—A good home on North Thorington. Prf.ied right for quick sale. If interested see A. M. Petersen, Tltonka- 40 IFOR SALE—Registered Hampshire boars of modern ty.oe, quality and breeding. Also one registered Brown Swiss bull ready for service. T. B. and Bangs tested.— Harold Fischer, Burt, lowu. 40-42* FOR SALE—One Ted registered cocker spaniel, two months old;— Mrs. E. K. Van Dover, Dolliver Iowa. 4(5 iFOR SALE—Six Holstein cows, three horses and 800 bu. Control sed oats.—L. F. Wingert, Wesley, 40-41* FOR SALE—Spotted Poland boars. Immune and eligible for registry. Wide back, easy feeding type. Extra nice.—M. L. Barton, LuVerne. ; 40-47* FOR SALE—NEVi Section 9, Lu- Verne town-ship to settle estate. Well improved black land. Electricity, gravel road. See occupant, ti mile school.—J. W. Johnson, Corwith, Iowa. 40 I deliver Sinclair gasoline, kerosene, motor oils and a full line of Sinclair greases for farm use. Also Sinclair Stock Spray and P.O. Insect Spray. Over a season, these high quality Sinclair products will save you real money. Let me deliver to your farm f 1939 tjr StJttltU HtflHfitp Ctmpeng lint.) nnd State. Del Cooper, Agent Clement's Super Service Phone 233, AlgiOUa Vote for John Fraser Democratic Oanldidate for Supervisor Your Support Will be Appreciated CHATTER BOX This week we have a brand new China pattern to tell you about, and it's a very lovely one. The name is "Mayflower." It is hiand-painted and made by the Vernon Kilns. The shipment just arrived last week. See us for special starter set prices. Any housewife would love to have a set of these dishes for Christmas. JLR We have a new shipment of Franciscan Pottery which includes the Desert Rose and Apple patterns. There are several new p.'eces we have not had in stock previously. JLR In the Apple pattern there are cute ash trays, extra large size platters and chop plates, water sets and cunning little "bakers" that you will love to put on table filled with something piping hot from the oven. JLR (New pieces in the Desert Rose pattern include, a lovely big salad bowl, water sets and rel.'sh dishes. We also have a good assortment in both patterns for starter sets and for adding to what you already have. JLR Something 1'differentf' is our Lucite ware. It looks like glass, but is unbreakable. We have Lucite bud vases, handsome picture frames, hand mirrors and cigarette boxes. If you are looking for the unusual, here's your answer. JLR We always have something new arriving to adorn whatnots. JLR A shipment of Heisey's beautiful new Lariat pattern glassware arrived last week in candle stick holders, bonbon dishes, cream and sugars on a tray, and vases. JLR We invite you to stop in any time and see the new things as they arrive. Buy your Chr'stmas gifts early. J.L. RichardsonHdwe. FO(R SALE—(Hereford boars.— Andrew Laubenthal, 6 miles south, 5 miles east of Algona, 40-41* FOR BALE—Purebred Hafmp- shire, Shropshire and Cheviot rams. —William Fritz, 7% miles north of Wesley. 40-42* FOR SALE—1 set of good breceh- ing harness.—Raymond P. Hultman, the Watkins Dealer, 301 E. Lucas, Algona, Iowa. 40* FOR SALE—1935 Chevrolet pick up. Good rubber, new battery.— D. E. Mann, Burt. 40* EXCEPTIONAL BUY—1940 Mercury two-door, good tires. Owner gave extra good care—for this bargain see Joel M. Herbst, Algona. 40 pital. , Room and'bbafd furnished. Pihone 187. 40-tf MIDDLE AGED of elderly man wanted for pleasant work calling oh farmers in Kossuth county. Ref erences required. No capital or experience necessary. Write Mr. Floyd Sharp, McNeSs Company, Ffeeport, IlBnois. 40* "I HAVE MADE GOOD Hvlirg as Watkins Dealer in Ft. Dodge since 1927. .Let me show you how you can do the same in'Algona.- No Investment, special starting offer Includes $30 free products; Write CV J. Byrne, 606 N. 3rd St., Fort Dodge, Iowa, for personal interview." 40-41* WANTED—Would like to buy a small short-haired dog, House broke. Call 316-J. 39-40* WE iBUY OLD BED Springs, heaters, cook-stoves, 'bicycles.— Gamble Store. 40 For Rent FOR RBNTtV-tLarge warm sleeping room ih modern home, in. Call 7S2-W. Close Building repairs Roscpe tfellls and Hernia* Resbjution Was • pftSsed , ferrihg $7500 frbm 'eleeftib fund to general fund. ', Workmen's compensation icy Was, renewed. ; Appropriating Ordinance 581 was passed, ELECTRIC FUNG. - ,, L. M. Bellock, salary... ,77.50 F. C. Dailey, salary•._: 85.95 Tom Halpin, salary __. ,76,25 Walter Gorman, salary _ , 75.00 C. C. Wright, salary 65.00 Earl Bowman, salary .— 65.00 Wm. O. Ludwig, labor _ 28.33 Alvin Hill; salary -___- 62.50 R. S. Barton, salary _:_ 65.00 H, E. Stephensoh, salary ______; . 73.75 Chester Webb, salary l. 42.40 5*rank Ostrum, Salary.. 10.50 Joe Dunn, salary.——._ 33.00 H. S. Roth, salary.-___ 78.80 C. U. Pollard, salary ... ' 96.00 Ira Kohl, salary __.-__. 40.00 Adah Carlson,,salary..- 80.00 40 Diesel Serv. C6., oil". ,312.43 — I r>-i rt.~..j /i~ . -ji - - Anoint* FOR RENT—2 adjoining room n Haggard & Peterson" off Ice build ng. Also one small office room See J. W. Haggard or June Corey 40-t Miscellaneous WE HAVE JUST received som< ;ood looking stationery for servio men in the army and navy. BC iheets and envelopes for $1.10 box. Each sheet carries army u navy emblem. See H at the Algona Upper Des Moines. ..40-t. GET THOSE BROKEN window panes replaced. We have a com plete assortment of all sizes o :lass and modern equipment to in stall it.—J. L. Richardson Hard ivare. 41 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—al he new releases. Needles—albums —Kossuth Radio & .Electric, Algona "owa. -9-t SAFE FARM 'LOANS. Good farm years take care of payments on 'our loan in lean years. Let us ell you how Aetna Life's new farm oan plan does it. For complete erms write or call Hutchison ar Hough. 36-42' DESK BLOTTERS, assorted col- irs, brown, blue, dark green, pink reach and red, for sale at the Up- er Des Moines .office. 15o each for 25c. 34-ti SCOTCH TAPE—Small size desk dispenser complete with roill of ape, £1.40 at the Algona Upper Des doines. 34-tf .-. USED DEPARTMENT •2 good cook stoves 4 coal and wood heating stoves 1 set good used tractor chains, 900x36. 2 single beds with springs 3 good used electric radios 3 good used electric washers. Coast to Ootyst Store 40 FOR SALE—1937 Plymouth tu- dor.—Hoenk Motor Co., west of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—1939 Ford coupe with radio.—Hoenk Motor Co., west of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—1942 New Plymouth coupe.—'Hoenk Motor Co. west of Court House. 40 FOR SALE—560 gallon storage tank.—Wm. C. Kuhn, 7 miles northeast of Algona. 40* 'FOR SALE—Used washing machines, electric and gas motored. $15 up. Three good used cream separators.—Algona Maytag Store. 40 |FOR SALE— Two good stoves.—Gamble Store. used 40 NEW HUSKING GLOVES, Hvy 11 oz., $2.70 per doz. Husking sleeves,'30c pair. Husking hooks, 10c-39c— Gamble Store. 40 BUY YOUR sales books at the ^Jgona Upper Des Moines. A sales lip with every purchase. We each or 2 books for 25c. 34-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sots, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-U STANDARD - DEPENDABLE NON RESTRICTED AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. ALL FORMS AT LOWEST RATES—ALGONA INS. AGENCY. PHONE 55. 31-tf FILMS DEVELOPED and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Price 25c per film. Lusby & Glossl 24-tf BURN BERWIND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. Phone 234. 38-tf FOR SALE—Soottert Poland boars. Immune nnd eligible for registry. Wide bank, easy feeding type. Extra nice.—M. L. Barton, LuVerne. 40-47* FOR SALE—A two-wheeled trailer with good tires. Come quick if you want a bargain.—E. C. Bierstedt, Burt, Iowa. 39-40* FOR SALE—i McCormick-Deering one row picker with power take-off. Reasonable. Call McEnroe Bros. 519. 39-40* (FOR SALE—Registered Guernsey bull, weight 850. Guaranteed breeder. Also double geared pump jacks, l!4ce new. Want young Shropshire buacks.—Edwin Hanselman, LuVerne. 39-10* FOR SALE—Seven yearling bulls (125.00. Ten cows, five to eight rears old $150. All pure bred rlerefords, Dom.ino breeding, cows registered, ready to drop calves 'rom best bull in Palo Alto county. I am offering good salary for some farmer to take charge of this lerd of 125 cows and calves.—C. N. Haas, Rodman, Iowa. 39-42 GET YOUR typewriter ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines, 40-tf Wanted WANTTBD—Women for poultry iressing work. Good wages. —Swift & Co. 40-41 WANTED—Married, man by Nov. 1 tot f<arni work. Goo4 hpuse; electricity.—O. tte Sotooby. 40* WANTED — Woman 30 to 45 to prepare meals at the General hos- Those Hard to-Get Slacks We Have 9 em CHRISCHILLES We have thosjrhard-to-get slacks in both woqjf flannel (all wool and mixed) 'and corduroy in stock in all sizes and color?. The good kind—the well-made kind —the only kind we'll ever sell. Large sizes too—up to 36 waist as well as regular misses (10 to 20) and }un.'ora (9 to 17). Come in this week wl}% the U complete. Pet. Prod. Co.,> oil _—- 323.07 Soc.-Vacuum Oil Co., oil „.-— ....I. 3.20 Globe Mach. & Supply, mdse. 7.29 Honan-Crane Corpor., mdse. 91.18 Crane Co., mdse. — 8.53 West. Elec. Sup., mdse. 2.43 Northland Elec. Sup., mdse. 124.07 McGraw Elec. Co., mdse. 237.60 American Salt Corp., mdse. 34.88 Graybar Electric, mdse.. 2.93 H. W. Post, freight 29.48 Johnson's DX Serv., gas 4.14 Harris Bros., gas 5.67 Motor Sales, repairs ... 3.38 Algona Super-Serv., gas 1.86 Pratt Elec. Co., mdse... 112.40 Algona Laundry, serv. _ 6.20 Raesly Lumber - Co., mdse. ——__— 35.11 Cowan Building Sup., mdse. _ ;_. 2.61 Laing & Muckey, re- ' pairs — .86 Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse., _ 3.24 Botsford Lum. Co., mdse. . Bartotr, i „ _ Frttnk Ostfutn, salar? __ •Joe Dunn, eatery „_.»-__ • Chester Webb; 8alaS_» __ Win, O. Ludwig, iabaiL'i C. .U. Pollard, Salary ___•• ' Ira Kohl, salary ^._____ ; LaUfa Mitchell, salary.. Republic Flow Meters Co., !n,dse.j ______..___i Culligan Zeolite Co., ' •; Hidse. __..-_.__-___-Harris Bfos., gas Dutch's Super Serv., re•" pair _.__.___ Cdast to Coast, mdse. .. Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse... GENERAL FtJND A. R. Moulds, salary ... Tim O'Brien, salary Cecil McGinnis, salary.- N.-W. Bell Telephone Co., service :__-... H. W. Beckef, mdse. — Lyle Mathes, labor SEE ME FOR Real Bargains 1r forms, loans, drainage surveyinp and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22. Algona. 18-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale 1 at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Regular size, lac each, 2 Frahk Caughey, sign _.Cowan Bldg, Supply, mdse. __.-__i___;...Dutch's Super , Serv., gas T -__—'.___..i_.._ Kossuth Motor Sales, sighs —_^—_ i ._^__ rlarms Oil Co., gas _.— Ernst Mbe,. gas __IL.__ Kossuth Motor Sales, repair's ; _,____,Elizabeth Laird, rent' -_ Elements Oil Station, gas _______ Cohlhaas Hdw., mdse... Jesse Lashbrpok, salary Elliott Skilliijg-, sal.._._. 3has. Harvey, sal.'- Herman Lyons, Sal. Tohn Helmers, sal. •_. Dliver Bakken, sal. ___ Kossuth Co. Impl. Co., repairs ,_ Walsh , Electric Serv. mdse. !-__ Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. ... S. Norton & Son., -" mdse, ; 2has.> Heard, repairs ... "'ercival Motors, mdse- ienneth Frankl, gas ... Cossuth Oil Co., gas ... ~"arks Serv. Sta., gas __ bhnson's DX Sta., gas. Continental Oil Co., oil. Dutch's Super Serv., repairs ,: Clements Super Serv:, repairs J.' L. Richardson Hdw., mdse. Homer Nolte, labor Chas. E. Chubb, labor__ George Dettman, salary. . R. L. Robinault, refund. Auditor of Sstate, exam. for 25c. Large size 20c each, 2. Advance Pub. Co., mdse. tor 35c. 34-tf I Algona U. D. Moines, MM 62.31 32.60 13.13 34.37 36.00, 20.00 65.00 13.7 6.5 6.9 .5 1.4 2.2 72.5 66.0 65.0 6.6 4.9 5.0' 6.0i 3.1' 2.32 1.00 7.60 7.2: 16.27 10.42 25.60 13.42 77.50 77.50 47.50 47.50 47.50 47.50 17.02 .81 11.87 61.51 25.00 .96 14.26 20.32 16.06 8.55 11.33 39.20 6.75 9.18 3.60 8.00 30.00 56.25 643.32 42.33 service -tjjdv.ua-a.ii c, i KosSHth Motto? Sales, • L',', c n,, fepklra - *-u —* lf.72 SWIMMING POOL FUND Botsford Lumber Co., ^ K. b. Long, refund^-;— 6.0 Raymond Igou at al, refund „* 85.00 We Haven't Re duced the Sell ing Limit Here © *3T* O quality- coftte and dresses has kept us going at top speed this Fall. No SB M, P. H. selling limit »t this store, Beautiful, itttnctive garment* that h«ve stamp of QUALITY we Use only ones you'll find tifffe, Come in this week and get your SfeU putflt. If it comes from This news is BIG news because, jt's about an important purchase itt wartime... yqur clothes. Just study again.,. very carefuUy);. the statement, that you read above in '*'"' the gentleman's hat,,;, Nothing has happened to the qualify of ffart Schaffner & Marx clothes, ; -v-^ ; < Thinly what that means to you! It means that today you can buy clothing here in complete confidence; it means that you will get all wool fabrics,.,expert tailoring ;,,smart style,..long wear,,.perfect fit,,, you've, always expected.,. cwc? .. .in Hart Schaffaer & Marx clothes, ey«K>pe_ner in> And M'ix* pw pripes,, ,|or they start 99 low ai mnniu tiers

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