The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1943 · Page 8
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MbtiM, J)'or Sale __ FOR SALE— Registered milking shorthorn bulls, serviceable nge Pri r, and younger. Aaron W. Steussy FOR FOR ••SALE: Shorthorn Phone 3501. Rock, Iowa. Registered Milking bulls and heifers. G. G. Kading, Lone 36-38* bles. Gamble Store. For Bent FARM FOR SALE: Sherman township quarter-section. As good a farm as there is in Kossuth County. Fair improvements, all tillable. $135. J. E. Willey, 503 So. Minn., Algona. 36* •lM Verne. 35-36* FOR SALE—Papex ensilage cutter, type "L" machine, used three years, 50-ft. of pipe. Clifford Krantz, Titonka. 35-36'* FOR SALE —Young bulls and heifers, purebreds — priced to sell. Ralph Brown, Algona. Phone S-F-14. 35-36* FOR SALE — Improved quarter section near Buffalo Center. Priced for quick sale. Inquire Box 112, Webster City, Iowa. 35-36* FOR SALE—240 Acres of Portland township land, to settle estate. Priced to sell. See W. E. Me Donald. 35.38 ready for service. bulls, Some reg- FOR RENT—Three room office suite in Haggard & Peterson building. Available Sept. 1. Formerly occupied by Kossuth Credit Bureau. . istered. — Joseph Skow, Wesley, 36-38 I OFFER for rent the S. E. 80 of Sec. 10 in Garfield township, for share rent. Adam Berte, Algona. 36* FOR SALE: Hampshire gilts with litters at side. Also boars, all ages.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 36-38 FOR SALE—Black-faced Idaho feeding lambs. Place your orders with Donald Erickson, Algo- na - 34-36* FOR SALE: Duroc fall gilts. Bred for Sept. and Oct. farrow. John •P. Weber. 2 mi. E. Irvington. Phone Algrona 15F22. 36* FOR SALE: Purebred Brown Swiss bulls. Some serviceable age. John Bockes, LuVerne. 36-37* FOR SALE: New bean pulleys and sieves for Red River special or standard threshing machine, 22 in. or 28 in. H. J. Presthus, 4 1 £ mi. S. E. of Bancroft. 36* FOR SALE Electric Stove Electric Refrigerator Electric Sweeper Electric Iron Electric Radio Electric Fan Electric Waffle Iron Upright Piano Bids taken until Sept. 15th on each item. Sale to be made to the highest bidder on that day. Reason—Moving to the country and will have no electricity. Walter Deitering, Bancroft Iowa. 36* Wanted Salesmen Are you up against a problem of a splendid market with n£ product,available? We have an excellent market and the product —no priorities. Vou do the selling—^e fill the orders. A riation- ally recognized business. Write ML Box 69. 36 HELP WANTED — Men with Business experience to train for store managers. Jobs good after the war. Apply at local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 34tf CARD Of THANKS We wish to thank all our friends for their many expressions of sympathy and kindness, and for the beautiful floral tributes sent at the time of our recent bereavement. The W. -H. Combs family. 36* •Anna Kaiser, deceased, Ih the -sum of $7",382.38 and interest as fixed by order of the court June 16, 1643 in causes No. 16621-60-121 and No. 1662250-122 of the records of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, and I will proceed to Sell said property, of so jjftuch ihereofc us may be necessary, to spftsfy said execution, with' .cbsts and accru* Ing costs at pUbllfc'-auctlbh, to the highest bidder, fdr ctfsh 1ft haiid, on the" SOth day", 6t' September, 1943, at the east door of the Court House In Aigofta, In Kossuth County, lo^a, at the hour 6f 15 o'clock A. M. ( of said day, ,wh6h and where due attendance MU be given by the undersigned. .Dated this 81 day of August, 1943k j A~ .. &terifii of fCossuth; County, CHARLES M. WEBBER, Plaintiff* Attorney; \ . Sflt WANTED—Girl for restaurant work. Short hours, good pay. Rosedale Cafe. 35 FOR SALE: Two heavy springer white face heifers. J. J. Wadleigh, Lu Verne Phone 2512. 36* FOR SALE: New cream separators and milking machines. 1 new coal heater. Algona Maytag Store. 36 FOR SALE: 38 good mouth ewes, 3 mi. west of junction 169 and 18. W. R. Smith, phone 10F31, Algona, Iowa. 36* FOR SALE: Used Merchandise: Coal and wood range, cream separator, electric radio, Eureka vacuum sweeper, gas motors. We repair all makes of washers. Wringer rolls for all makes. Algona Maytag Store . 36 HELP WANTED—Food industry is essential. We need help, male and female, to prepare poultry and eggs for army, navy and civilian use. Besides receiving good pay, plus extra overtime, you will be helping to keep our boys well fed. Apply Swift & Co., Algona. 35-36 Card of Thanks We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for the many lovely greetings, flowers, and gifts bestowed upon us at the time of our golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman. Card of Thanks We wish to thank all the friends, neighbors, and relatives for the kindnesses shown us at the time of the recent death of our dear mother, Mrs. J. P. Elbert. The Elbert children and J. P. Elbert. 36 Miscellaneous AETNA FARM LOANS — Low rates, no commissions, appr.aisal or title examination costs to the borrower. It is worth looking into. Call or write Hutchison & Hough, Security State Bank Bldg. 34-43* FOR SALE: Used circulating heater, New Home sewing machine, and 2 good dining room ta- SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf ST. CECELIA'S Fall Social Program AT Academy A CHANGE IN ENTERTAINMENT EVERY MONDAY NIGHT CARD PARTY Monday, Sept. 13 Admission 35c, including: lunch Mrs. Zita Christcnsen and Mrs. Don Hutchison Committee DANCING Monday, Sept. 20 Admission 50c per person Music by Cook's Rhythm Band Lunch may be bought Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and Mrs. II. Beardsley Committee POPULAR GAMES Monday, Sept. 27 50c for Evening's Entertainment Miss Josie McEvoy and Mrs. H. Stebritz Committee HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tl FREE! If Excess acid causes you pains of Stomach Ulcers, Indigestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloating, Nausea, Gas Pains, get free sample, Udga, at Barker Drug Store. 36* NOTICE: Dance orchestra available for dance dates, reasonable prices. Phone 2263. Lester Cink, Wesley, Iowa. 36-37* This program will continue as above on Monday nights through the winter, alternating card parties, dancing, popular games, at the Academy. USED MACHINERY Two wheel rubber tired trailer. Good Allis Chalmers 20-35 plow tractor, 2 side rakes, 2 mowers, 2 spring tooth harrows, 1 rubber tired tractor with cultivator, John Deere "G. P." tractor and cultivator, Oliver standard row crop tractor, several plows. HONEYMEAD FEEDS Tractolube Oils and Grease Firestone Farm Tires New planters, harrows, feed mills, hammermill belts, feeders, •combination haystackers and manure loaders, tractor sweep rakes. See us for parts and service on Allis Chalmers, New Idea and Oliver tractors and machinery BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714. So. Hoiel Algona 36 Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 13644 Notice is hereby given that by virture of General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 25th day of September, 1939, in favor of M. A. Erlenborn, as plaintiff, which judgment was thereafter assigned to Charlotte A. Erlenborn, as plaintiff, and against George W. Hartenbower and Lisetta J. Hartenbower, as defendants, for the sum of Six Thousand Four Hundred Eighty- two and 59/0'0 Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Thirty- three and 33/100 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Lisetta J. Hartenbower to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The undivided One Seventh (1/7) interest of Lisetta J. Hartenbower in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: The South Half (SVz) of Section Three (3) in Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, excepting therefrom a tract described as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of said Section Three (3), thence North 208.72 feet; thence East 208.72 feet; thence South 208.72 feet and thence West 208.72 feet to point of beginning, containing one acre for school house purposes, and, The East Half (EM>) of Section (5) in Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range, Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, which interest is subject to a lien in favor of the executor of the estate of 1944—Smooth, slender lines are the high spot of this lovely dress in Triple Tuck Rayon Crepe. In Black only. Sizes 181^ to Chrischilles' Irene's* Beauty Shop Reopening For Business Tuesday, Sept, 14. Mildred Schmallen will be back again to take charge of the shop. , Old and new cus^pmers will be welcome. Irene's Beauty Shop Phone 185 Heise Bldg. Hand Tailored SUITS S * L CO. MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY Full sizes only 4 to 9 Brown only State shoe size You Need A Fire! These first cool mornings necessitate a little fire to take the chill off, and also remind us that it is time to put up stoves. See us today for WARM MORNING Yes, you can still buy beautiful 100% woolen goods in both domestic and imported patterns, and have them hand tailored into suits of your own measurement. Come in today and select your material from our assortment of beautiful new fall patterns. ' ', • • MADSON -—AND HANSON |ffll«HHM^ and PARLOR COAL HEATERS 28x32 Stove Boards $2.00 National Pressure Cooker '. $13.90 Rigid Ironing Boards $4.15 Stone Jars, % to 20 gal. size. Kohlhaas Hardware NO RATION STAMP NEEDED I MAKE A LAY-AW AY NOW, Stadium Boots • Leather vamp and uppers! • Fully lined with quality shearlingl • One-piece shearling cuff! • Entirely new . . . Better looking . . j Setter fitting I • Long wearing stitched rubber soles I 7 45 CHOOSE YQURS NOW ON LAY-AWAY—A .mall down payment and »he «a§y payments over the many weeks 'til winter will have them all paid for when you need them! One Way Trip I have been on Life's passenger train 79 years, up hill and down dale. In this journey I came to many cross roads. Decisions had to be made, some of them by myself, and fate seemed to have mapped out some of them for me. Some ventures were successful, some not so good. I had many experiences. After all this prowling around, I am right where I started 62 years ago, still selling shoes and living with the same girl I married 51 years ago. It all goes to round out a life. Anytime now I expect to hear the Great Conductor say, "Get off this train. It is the end of the road." The best recommend I can think of is the fact that I have always had good neighbors and sold good standard shoes for less money than any other store in the state of Iowa. JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN WE SAVED NEARLY 1 = OF OUR FUEL BILLS. • The man toI4 us we would pay for the insulating with the fuel saving—butof course we thought that was just sales talk. Not a bitl We actually saved nearly half our fuel cost the first winter. • But the main thing of course was the added comfort we had immediately. Every room as warm as toast in .winter—and cool in summer, no matter how hot the sun. The upstairs-is as comfortable now as the downstairs—and we arc really much happier. EAGLE INSULATION . » FOR HOMES* ntp* your Aou<« tool in mmmtn warm In w'nftr | This n«w thick • IniuUtion m«thod |' is not like old methods. It consist* ! of a marvelous loose material, which is blown into the air spaces of your walls and roof, whether your house it new or old. Quickly done, without muss—fireproof, virtually indestructible. Saves as much as 40% on fuel bills—saves labor. Keep* rooms cool in summer, warm in winter. Prevents lath-marks. / • Sold on easy deferred payment plan. Let:us furnish you an estimate —without obligation, CUT YOUR FUEL BULL INSULATION will do it-Proper Insulation not only enables yon to. cut your fuel Mil but |t makes for ft snugger, warmer home, All winds, drafts and cold are kept outside and healthful comforting heat Inside. Call us now «» t before the wintry: weather &,ets in and assure your family of even house temperature through the worst cold weather. Then again ,», Insulation offers such an easy way to patriotically j0«s>rj| fuel, and tills added protection costs so Httje,, " »id to living. I* mokes fpj cool, W, comfort |m the fum, and gr»Mw fuel C*U ••* today andl.t m Srtv*yoi» w wtfmate on «*• pyppf? iBiujfttUm for Ttovuf home at no Won to you, ' COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. EAGLE INBD]&tf01fo«4Itt SfSTAJ. WJ3ATJJERSTBJP Oyey 4000 homes Insulated la Iforth low* in J 799*9, rSSStOM of

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