Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1938 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1938
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PAGE FOUR FOR SALE — SMALL-FRAMED house, good terms.—Inquire at Advance office. 'lOp42-4'i JUNE SALE ON linoleum.—Cowan Co. ARMSTRONG Building & I 38tf| AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING r-r rt°,f W n r payments - - Western Credit Co- SuSOtf GOOD 12-YEAH-OLD AIARl7"l^R sale, or trade for hogs.-Phom: 3 on 90, Burt. 13g4;{ FOR RENT — IMPROVHD 320~A.7 also SO a. farm.—Kenneth Knelt son, Thompson, Iowa. n u l3 '«": Mr. Raney .says that lie never saw crops looking bettor than on both sides In the Red River Valley. However, most of the Dakotas will probably lose what ever is J, A, RANEYS HOME FROM 5 WEEKS JAUNT Mr. ana Mrs. J. A. Rftney got home Saturday from an absence" of five weeks. They went first to Rochester, where Mrs. Raney had her eyes (jxiunlned and new glasses fitted. Then they made a leisurely tour into northern Wisconsin and thence through northern Minnesota and down the eastern slrutchcs of North and South Da- KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA.-IOWA WANTKU—A JOB DOING liollsc- work, « K c I!).—Doris Gohlhar, Lone Rock, box 13. Hp-13 WARREN VENETIAN BLINDS— i 1 ,"'" b " bl - v lose wlint ever is "the best for less" -Cowan' C , lllrollKl1 tlle Depredations of Build ' •"''"""PPerH. These hoer ews C. McMahon went to Whittemore Tuesday afternoon on a business mission. .Mrs. J. W. tfaggard was sick niesday and Wednesday, and had to remain in bed. She Is now much improved. Arlene Hayiics, bookkeeper at the Maxwell garage, spent the Mrs. J. J. Dooley nnd Dooley. Mr. Kennedy a film company. • Mrs. V. T>. travels for The l{«j niond llraniishes visited elativos at Iowa Palls Friday »_ -_ . Frances Duffy took her vacation mat week from the county treasurer's office, nnd Roselln, Voight, of the same office, Is taking a vacation this week, Mildred Aninii will return to Mankato Sunday, 'alter two weeks with her parents. She is bookkeeper and stenographer for the Porde Printing Co. there. Mrs. Rising. Bernard has a restaurant nt Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tassel, who had visited the former's sister, Mrs. Walter Stevens two months, left for home at Kewanee, ill., yesterday morning. Mr. Stevens does trucking here. Mrs. N. H. Robinson, Sarasota, Fla., ,1* visiting at the C. N. Robinson home, west of Algona. She Is spending the summer in Iowa, and has been visiting the Earl Robinsons at Spirit Lake. Mrs. M. C. with her "the best for less". Building Supply Co. FOUND-A STRAY".. lt win have by identifying and paying costs.—Herbert Haas. Al^on'a. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — "THE quick, easy, inexpensive- way to rind the buyers—Advance for-sale ads. ££ LOST—L.KATHKR 1JR1EF CASE /"ll of violin music. Finder Advance and re- .17u-l3 FOR KK.VT—ONK OR 'l'\VO UN-i furnished housekeeping rooms.! -Adiilts,-5ill Diagonal, across from i ice cTL'iim factory. 17p 13 • SRE US FOR PRICES ON LUM^ her. building material, feed, and! fencing.—Farmers Co-Op. Association. Irving ton, la. t7p38-'18 These hoppers are much lui-Rer than ours, and tlioy fat up everything in sight. They piled up on the radiator of the Raney car and had to be brushed of'Mu large wads when dry. The Raneys made a stop at Lemmon, S. I)., to visit J. A.'s brother Bob, who has lived there 30 years and has a garage. Business was jiour in that section. Many j farms \\nvv been abandoned, [many fanners are on relief. The Raneys had the usual that when they got back home state they found it vastly heller and more my section they ami ex- In to the . f daughter Nancy, came home Sun- 2 ay from Minneapolis, where they had s l' en t t]l e week with the for- mer ' s mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Maii- gan ' fo «ner Algonian. * rs - «• ». Yconmn, with her in- Fremont, Was MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 $8.00-8.25 Best light butch., 160-180 $8.25-8.50 Best light butch., 180-220 $0.00-9.25 Best light butch., 220-250 $8.80-9.00 Med. hvy., 250-270 $8.60 Med. hvy., 270-290 $8.35 Med. hcavo, 290-325 $8.10 Butchers, 325-350 __ .$7.80 Butchers, 350-400 $7.60 Packing sows, 275-350 $7.50 Packing sows, 350-400 $7.35 Packing sows, 400-500 $7.00 CATTLE Caners and cutters $3.00-3.75 Veal calves $5.00-7.00 3tock steers $5.50-6.50 Pat yearlings .$7.50-8.50 Fat steers $8.60-9.50 sot Oull U ,• good there Fat cows _ $4.00-5.60 week. — -"• .-"^ store over it was opened. "fi William IVeincrs spent Sun- iiiarl Anderson's, Fort ,. ~ TT --• Mrs - Chester Harmon" Mr. Harmon is a farmer. Mrs. Chris imilukult accompan- No. No. 2 white corn 47c 2 yellow corn 47c 2 white oats, old 20c 2 white oats, now EGGS i Twelve to the E. L. Camp at the Lakes Tn-elve local young people left Monday morning for a week at the •Methodist camp at the Okobojis. Ufa attending " H. _ Allan K£^~~; rS~ FS -"'™-:::=::::::::-Xo on a business mission. Miss Tooth- -- man, who was a Burt girl, is em-! . Itiicliniuin, bookkeeper for the Milwaukee at Mason spent the week-end with his City, par- Mr*, Hopkins Given Radio, Movie Notice Wesley, July 12—A Mitchell, S D., dally paper recently carried nn Item from Oacoma, S. D., small neighboring to'wn, reporting that Mrs. Lucille Hopkins, formerly of Wesley, had recently received national honors on completion of 25 years as depot agent for the Milwaukee railroad. She left Tuesday for Hollywood, and • will appear before news reel cameras The feat of spry, elderly Mrs. Hopkins was given mention by Boake Carter on one of his recent broadcasts. . Wednesday f , where l, c """ He th c Hitchhikes from Hie Coasl, Irvlngton, July 12—Calvin Loof the Fort Scott, army post in' California, arrived last week Wednesday, having hitchhiked all the way. He Is having a 60-day fur-, lough, and i s visiting his parents I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Loe. Calvin! has been in the army 16 months His army uniform was the means of getting rides. City and County I at the iocai _15c been with the former's mother at ?'' , Bnd j¥rs> Samuel Snii t" 'eft f "oner durin the l yesterday (Wednesday) for ten o a cotta E e at the Okobojis. Smith has the -, - -»i\,i o J11UH -ooper during the last week. ..^H 1 " 1 .?™- H *'-vey Mrs. Bode. Supt. No. 1 . No. 2 . Sweet Hens, imil Mrs. Otto B Lind- and for Hutzell, attended a Hutzell 23c — — 2Gc POULTRY 5 Ibs. : I4c 5 Ibs. J2c 4 Ibs. lOc nxne ' ea utz WWttemore. • McCo ™tck-Deerlng shop. 40 Mi local There present at the re- re- Geese, live FOR SALE — ON],; .AlcCOUMICK- Deunng I'l'xlld thresher, A-1 c-i>'i- dition; threshed 'I seasons.—Knut-' sen Implement Co.. Swca City, In. ''Wji FO RSALE—ltif) ACRES, HIGHLY | improved, good land, near -VI-! Kon», $2.000 cash, balance lonn• • time at -I V-^'.—O. r! . Anderson j Forest City. | a . '"!)>n 11 ibchoby. kugeiiia Little, and Mar- 1'l.vn Fuller. Mrs. Hugh Post is I niaiuM'on. Dr. and Mrs. F. Earl , Burgess, with their children. Mur- ;io! and Rogor. are also attending i the institute. — Street Signs Cost is $150, Not $1500 who runs the East week's v ,,- , • ----. went to Fort Dodge relatives al Wednesday for „ kidney operation ! apolls. Mr. l°dspUal 1<Sday) ilt the L "theran ble'B. home Sunday from two weeks vacation at Ottumwa, Eagle Grove, - - - is assistant manager at Graham's. burgh Waterspiir Knaiiicl restores furniture, woodwork to gleaming newness. Easy to apply.—F. S. Norton & Son'. IS(2)-!:! anniversary year! Leaders In ' this field since 18US. Xe\v niml- v.i'i-e put in at a cost of $1,500 whereas the correct figure This was only enough, to cover the cost of two- inch ^'50. ever LEGHORNS, $4.<IO; heavies, ?5.!)0; Leghorn cockerels, $2.50; Leghorn pullets, $9.90. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 13u41tf ^. .^ ..V^K.^F JV Algona, good location. Would make a fine rooming house or duplex; $-1,000.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. 21u-l2-43 FLOORS SANDED, RKFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A ( new improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 3g t f 22x36 McCORMICK - DKER1NG tractor, mounted rubber, first class. Can be seen Albert Cut-' -ler's, Bancroft. Cash or notes.— Pedelty Imp. Co., Mason City. \20p43 MAnVKLOUS FEEDING resuIU! Hogs make surprising gains on Sargent Mineral Meat Meal. Twenty-two ingredients. It's ALL there!—Anderson Grain & t.'oal Co - 20(2)43 time. The work is being done u..- der direction of Jesse La.shbrook, .street commissioner. Collinson Adds to i Town's New Houses A. M. Collinson, with the aid of 11 carpenter, is building a large' house next west of the Adventist I church, on West State street. It! will be finished by, November 1 when the Collinsons will take possession. A garage, 28 by 18, 6n the same lot, is also being remodeled into a house by Mr. Collinson and will be ready for rental by Novem- bed. Air. Collinson i s further adding another room to a house he built on the north end of the lot a year n,Ko. Mrs. Lyle Johnson lives in that house. «"<! Mrs. J. 0. F. Price nt- an annual picnic of Upper veterinary medical associa- ••it the state park at Clear Sunday. •I. Conic, who had weeks visiting relatives :land, got home Tuesday Rev and the tlle Cnvn in * c °"ung with the Volnke. pastor of church, Ut-rnico Stonn Bpe nt last .. COT . Wednesday and Thursday at Cherokee, visiting Mrs. Donald the former nnioilio r> n ,,~i.u_ n Jier- tele- Port Cor- For the convenience of those that week want to raise chicks without heat, i''. C. I we are now starting chicks up to former | four weeks old. Our chicks pur- Baptist . chased now start laying the first 'part of December. We have several thousand baby chicks on hand or different ages. At present, we are hatching about 35,000 babv chicks .- '- j Ducks, live IIII.'sc Ex-Algoniim Loses Mother. 'Mrs. Edwin Sands, 7fl, died two weeks ago at her Belmond home. She was the mother of nine children, including V. J. Sands, former Algona-Bancroft printer. Her husband and all the children survive. Robert, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sorensen, of Armstrong, spent tho week-end with his grandfather, Lars Soronson and with the .Richard Sorensens and Mrs. Mahel Sorensen. Mr. mid Mrs. C. E. Maxwell, of Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests of their son Russell. Russell owns, a garage here, and his parents are | farmers. Mrs. C. E. Maxwell is a sister of Mrs. F. L. Trlbon. Tom Al«re came down last week f'lmrles Kennedy, St. Paul, call-' Iternard Wilson, O f Lake Mills spent Monday with his parents! wm 'T f r ?" S ' D ' Wilso »- ««* with his twin sister, Mrs. V. K. U. S. APPROVED— PtTLLORUM TESTED IVELP'S HATCHERY . Bancroft, Iowa .A'- our MACHINELESS PERMANENT Your beauty's assured when you come to us for a Jamal Machine- less Wave. So much more natural-looking than "machine-made" waves with hoc heavy gadgets, .entangling wires and electricity. And Jamal's lovely wave lasts long, too. Make your fjp rrj appointment today. *U.JsJ Completely Air Conditioned MARIGOLD SHOPPE Plioiie 803 Xa/arcno Concert Tonight. The Rev. J. P. Leist, field representative of Olivet college, comes today with a college male quartet to RJve a musical public program at -the Na/.arene church at 8:15 tonight. AMBITIOUS MAN OR WOMAN, to handle established grocery FOR SALE—ONE GOOD USED route. No investment or exper-! steel truck wagon. — McEnroe lence required. We teach you. Bros., phone 51fl. ]2u 43 Earnings average $25 weekly to start. Address C. S., -St., Winonu, Binn. 175 Liberty 30p43 | ATTENTION WOOL GROWERS. If you have wool to offer phojie or write at once. AVe must have; .several thousand pounds immedi-1 '' "•* * ' ately to fill u car. Prices attrac-! LONG'S FOOD SHOP i MEATS GROCERIES VEGETABLES live.— North la., phones: la. Produce, office 137, res. Britt, 395. STEADY WORK - GOOD PAY— Ileliablu man -wanted to call on farmer.-; in Kossuth county. No experience or capital required Make up to $12 u day. — Write McN-ESS CO., Dept. S., Preeport, Illinois. 30 p 43 Don't THRBSHKUS-BELLE CITY and Woods Bros.—We have for used machines 26-in. Wood Bros, steel Altman Taylor 22-in, Also handle new and used drive belts and cylinder teeth for all makes. Good used hay loaders.—Algona Auction «o., C. 0. Riddle. STEEL THRESHERS— 28x46 IHC separator, bought new last August, at Fred Schrug's, one mile west, 2 south West Bend. 28x46 steel Rumely, roller bearing at 1 Walter Engstroui farm six miles liorth Swea City. Cash or on time *7°-—Pedelty Imp. Co., Mason City, phone 1142. 44p43 let the hot weather worry you. Let us worry about your needs for the table. Many Kinds of Cold Meats Ice Cold Water Melons Cold Drinks Extra Fancy Fruit, Vegetables Fancy Cakes and Cookies And a big round Home made Bread, only lOc \o. 10 size of fruit, « nice assortment for __49c gal Oxydol, pkg. ------------ 9 _ ZENDER'S I Harvest Specials EVERY ITEM A SUPREME VALUE Men's Chambray Work Shirts, full cut 3 o c Men's 88x88 square Union Suits £T 4 I C Men's Sanforized Covert Work Pant 9 8c Men's Sanforized Waist Band Overall 350 PAIRS of Regularly Gorgeous styles in white, copper, Wheat Linen, Blue, Grey and black. PARADISE—NATURAL POISE These $6.00 and $6.85 Fine Shoes, in black, grev,| navy, beige, brown and white, all go on sale at only Sun-Togs Sandals Clever Sandals in white and colors. Lots of wear in these. Reduced to ' $ 1.49 Odd Lots of Slippers Plenty of style in botl^lh women and ' children')^™'but only a few sizes iij each $ 1.00 $i oe * WE CAN SELL YOU 80 ACRES of good laud with fine buildings with electric lights and running water at $115. Also have a bargain in 120 acres thoroughly tiled and good buildings at ?110; only takes $1600 by March 1 to handle If you want a 160 we have a good one at ?80 011 easy terms. Would you be interested in 240 at $60? _ most all in cultivation and tame grass, ou easy terms.— M. P Hag- EXAMPLE OF LA BARRE MOTOR ROAD SERVICE— Telegram re ceived 7-6-'38, 5:50 p. m., car bad !y wrecked north of Billings, Montana; telegram answered 7-6-'38 $:16 p.. m., wire office collect estimate on repair; telegram received 7-7-'38, 10:45 a. m., price of repairing car $340.50, advise what be done; telegram answered 7-7-'38, 11:50 a. m., advise garage to re- Jt»ir car. at once (name furnished OH request).— Call 55 for rates ou Automobile Insurance, C. R. LaBarre, Algona Insurance Agency, , Iowa. 75(2)43tf Extra fancy Oatmeal Cookies, 2 pounds 25o Kara Syrup, white or dark, half gal. tins 8ic Baby Beef Short Ribs, 2 pounds for ; 25c LOTS OF COLD COOKED MEAT AT WIGHT PRICES Mason Covers, per doz. _24c Mason Jar Rubbers, 2 doz. for Give us one hour's 9c notice and we will have a Milk Fed Spring Chicken at your door. Watch for the White and Blue Meat Sign M-E-A-T LONG'S FOOD SHOP EGGS WANTED Phones 214*215 Many Quick Deliveries Men's work shoes, sturdy & tough Men's work Oxfords, raw cord sole $1* | Boy's Chambray work shirts ^ = 1 Swim Trunks, wool suits up to 1.65. now $i I Oshkosh a sanforized, all sizes^jlue or stripe $1.39 | atedbib. No better o'erallforthepnW (( Suits I Matched Uniforms WH1TF | I ^^»**lw j For Filling Station Operator*, ( **" S5 I A . *_11 • f i« i.I * I t*lls*LrA**a ^-kM C 1 **. ««^» 1 A £.<-*...._ 1 ». A special Jot of light summer suits priced I to close out for I 9.75 I Filling Station Operators, Truckers, or Farmers Suntan, Sable, or Gray -— all Sanforized. Pants _ $149 3hirts _____ $149 Caps _ 49c Jackets ____ $1,93 in DRESS SALE A complete Clearance of spring and suimnersilk of size*' any Colors ~different fabrics-lots and $12.95 garments:" All on sale at these reduced prices. • . ~-3M — 5.95 — 7.95 CAETWBiaHT JUNIOES These are undoubtedly the smartest dresses o «n. imported Linens nnnt Al " Silks, Sheers, sizes 11 to 17 _. -..._*"WASHABLE SUMMEB DRESSES We made some exceptional purchases on these. «i«? y x?°-T like ^ 2 - 98 gai-ents. Printed Sife sSS, JP 1 ?* 118 ' Pl>in ted Silk Linen VoOes, Swisses and the popll l ai . Black Shantungs, all sizes Knee Hose e S iik long wearing knee length hose, med- colors 39c Anklets Most aU sizes in Lots of colors, 15c and 19c BOX, they la.st lOc few white »uit. by a I famou, maker to! out. The.e are $10.50 '51

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