The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 27,1934 GEO. BANNA RITES , HELD ON FRIDAY Lone Rock: Funeral services were held at the Hurt Presbyterian church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Oeo. C. Hanna, Rev. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock, Rev. Wood of Good Hope and Rev. Atten of Butt officiating. Burial Was made in the Burt cemetery. Mr. Hanna is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters: Delbert, on a farm Joining the home farm; Pearl, who te teaching In New York City; Myrtle, who has been attending college at Cedar Palls, and Everett at home. Two brothers and many other relatives and a host of friends also survive. Pall bearers were Wm. Bourne, Otto Schultz, Frank Dacken, Otto Laabs, Lem Marlow and J. M. Blanchard. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low ..83 52 38 35 34 47 60 60 Sept. 19 Sept. 20, .38 Inches rain 74 Sept. 21 61 Sept. 22 67 Sept. 23, .49 inches rain 61 Sept. 24, .37 inches rain 80 Sept. 25, .77 inches rain 73 1.13 Inches of rain fell during Tuesday niglht after 7 o'clock. ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 wfolte $.72 2 yellow 2 mixed 67% 1.61 Hogs-Sowa Medium weight, 200-300 $6.2C Heavy butchers 6.00 Packing Sows, 300-350 5.30-5.40 Packing Sows, 350-400 555 Packing Sows, 400-450 5.00 Oats SAVINGS... In Your Pocket If you repair your farm buildings now. Prices are low. Estimates given without cost. Geo. L. Miller GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 109 Algona, Iowa. RADIO A Season Ticket to the World Series With a New Zenith or Crosley as low $ as 20 We Service All Makes Kossuth Radio & Electric Co. Milton Dahl, Prop. 170 W. State St. s^ Fruit Cocktail or Soup: Consomme of Beef Spring Chicken, Fj-kd Country Style, Coin Fritter; Roast Leg of Lsunb—Mint Jell Omelette witii Chicken Ginicts Klced Potatoes Boast Prime Ribs of Beef—Au Jus Baked Acorn Squash or . Cranberry Salad Hot Home Made Boylston Rolls Lemon Sunshine Green Apple Pie—Cheesp Cream Cup Custard Fruit Jello a la Mode Date Torte—Whipped Cream Caramel Sundae- Coffee Tea Toed Tea Milk \f „ «/, 0 _£ V »fe, HOTEL ALGONA Clean Rugs and Drapes Will make your home bright and cheerful. Have our truck stop and pick ii|» your rugs and drapes today. 1'ricc.s are reasonable. We arc equipped to rcfringe and re-bind rugs also. 1'. S. Have you had your winter coat cleaned. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone .>'.'>! low; a Light weight, 140 4.00 Light wegiht, 180 4.80-5.00 Light weight, 180 5X10-5.50 Cattle Fat cows $2.00-2.50 Calves 4.00-5.00 Tearlings 4.00-5.00 Fat steers 6.00-6.00 Stock steers 3.00-4.00 Bulls 150-255 Canners and cutters 1.00-1.50 Poultry Hens, over 4% Ibs He Hens, under 4% Ibs 9c Ducks 4-5c Turkeys 8c Springs over 5 Ibs 13c Springs, under 6 Ibs He Leghorns, under 4 Ibs 9o Leghorn hens ...................... 86 No. 1 .............................. 20c No. 2 .............................. 14C .25c Cities Service Co. To Locale Station Here A demonstration car for the Cities Service OU Company sent out from Fairmont, Minnesota, was in Algona Saturday in charge of J. M. Wolfe, division manager for the company. A palatial trailer was fitted up like a business office with a phonograph to tell of the merits of the company's gas and oils. The gas Is specially refined by a process that does away entirely with monoxide carbon which is so deadly in closed quarters. For Sale FOR SALE—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box. In good condition. Also Hereford bull, age 3 years.—Henry Oeerdes, Lakota, Iowa. 39* FOR SALE—Extra good purebred Duroc male hogs at bargain prices. Buy now, save.—A. C. Carlisle, Whlt- :emore. 39-40* FOR SALE—Southern Iowa feeder pigs, all weights.—Taylor & Brophy, Sexton. 39* FOR SALE—Heavy springer cow — Fred S. Oeigel, Irvington. 39* FOR SALE—Guernsey dowst fresh oon.—W. J. Barr, Algona, phone 3F21. 39* FOR SALE—Two used Chevrolet rucks. 1931, good condition.—Elbert Garage. 39 MONEY TO LOAN—I have a few .housand dollars of private money that I can loan at a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. —M. P. Haggard. 34-tf FOR SALE—1929 Chevrolet coach. Algona Auto Market, west of court house. 39 We have a limited amount of money to loan on Algona property at 5 per cent.—C. R. LaBarre, Phone 55. 32-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bjustroin's, Al. gona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 267. 48-tf Wanted WANTED—Work shredding corn by experienced man.—Frank Stebrltz. 412 North Minnesota. 39-40 WANTED—Experienced maid. Those Inexperienced need not apply. Call at Neville Shoe Store. 39 Watch for the announcement, of the official opening of Wellendorf's Beer Parlor. 39* INSURANCE NEVER BEFORE WAS THIS country so Insurance-minded as it is today. Insurance has become as important to our lives as food, shelter and clothing. Come in and see us.—R. S. Blossom, over Iowa State Bank. 39 REAL ESTATE INVEST IN REAL ESTATE! Never before such opportunities «s now. We have both farms and city properties listed. Prices ridiculously low.—C. W. Nicoulin. 39 BEER PARLOR IF YOU'RE TOO TIRED to order, use the sign language. A finger means a stein of beer at Wellendorf's. 39 BEAUTY SHOP FROM EXPERIENCE you probably know that you have much more poise and natural personality if your hair is carefully and attractively groomed. See Oora D. Milkr Beauty Shop for an appointment. 39 SODA FOUNTAIN MANY A WEARY BUSINESS man remarks, "Don't know what I'd do if I couldn't drop over here every afternoon for a coca cola."—Algonquin Confectionery. 39 AUTO REPAIRING WE KNOW ALL about motor ailments. If you're having trouble, drive around and sej us.—Elbert Oarage. 39 POULTRY FEED GET YOUR SHARE of egg profits by feeding Red Top egg mash for more eggs. Price $3.25 cwt.—Algona Flour & Feed. 39 DAIRY WE PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION to proper feeding In our herd. You can r.otia; tihe- difference In our milk— Woodslde Dairy. 39 ELECTRIC ELECTRIC APPLIANCES. Irons, sweepers, heaters, motors, lamps. Drop In and see us.—Pratt Electric. 39 RADIO IF YOU'RE CONSIDERING a new radio by all means hear tha new Philco or Grunow. Drop in for a demonstration,—Bjustrom's. 39 HEALTHY TEETH PYORRHEA IS A SERIOUS dsease. It attacks the tissues supporting the teeth. Pus iu discharged into the system. Teeth b:come loose. A good itate of general health is impossible. Tills disease can b, prevented by frequent dental examination. 39 AMBULANCE AMBULANCE—MODERNLY equipped tor any emergency. Phone 11, Merrill's Service. 39 PHOTOGRAPHER If we had only a PHOTOGRAPH. That comment Is often made after it is all too late. Keep photographic records of your family. Call at our .studio at any time.—Peterson Studio. Will F. Brown. Mgr. 39-40 .O.^ PLUMBING IN WINTER OR summer stick close to your plumber! If there's anything wrong with your plumbing sysum, phone La ing & Muckey, 274. 39 CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH Is happiness. Consu,'t Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Chiropractor. SORENSEN'S SPECIALS Pumpkin, No, 2 can _7c Fancy Swaet Potatoes, 6 Ibs. 25c Fresh Carrots, 3 bunches 13c Crackers, 2 Ib. box _21c Com Flakes, 2 pkgs. 19c Royal Ann Cherries, No. 2% size can _19c Cabbage, solid heads per Ib. 2y 2 c Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles 5 pkgs. Ginger Snaps f\ <m Flff Bars V 1 f 2 lb«. U A \f Beef Roast, Ib. —12 l / 2 c Vea! stew + /\ 11 Beef RoD I I I/I IK Lamb Stew 1 VV IU<> Lamb, Veal, Beef and Pork Special Prices on Canned Goods Complete Line of Fresh Fruits/ Meats and Vegetables TOP PRICE FOB EGOS H.R.Sorensen&Co. Phones 138 and 139 We Deliver Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. R.i:s. 38-tf DANCE Bancroft Wednesday, Oct. 3rd Legion Pavilion (Heated) Spider Kurth and his 10 piece band Adm. 4!*c and iMc plus tax See the greatest display of MEN'S SHG£ STYLES in totvn at The Hub Clothiers, FrL, Sept. 28 over 125 Styles in this Special exhibit Authentic Styles—World-Famous Leathers —Exclusive Freeman Lasts and "Master-Fitter" Comfort Features • Meet Mr. Carl Ortlund (special representative of the Freeman Shoe Corp.) and discuss your footwear with him. Through ip*dol arraagrnimtt with FREEMAN, Am«flco'» largcil •xclwtiv* manwfac- lurcre of M«n'§ fln« iheM, w» have Mcur*d lh« t*rvk*» of Ihtlr ipwlol r*pr*Mntotlv* to •how you lh« complete rang* of Sho» Fmhloni for this uetoa Mora than 125 rtyln In Adonlt Calftkln • Flnwl Kid Ctnuin* Auitroilan Kangaroo Genuine Sealskin Norwegian Calftkln Scotch Grain l*ath«n Patonl leather • Swede QfKI OliMT fwM H»Qn tfyw MCnfWfl* Stylet on 38 lash... Custom, English, frond), tho now Airflow and other lath covering •very type. Including the fo- mout Freeman "Matter-Bnen**. Thlt li the only opportunity you will have thh> teuton to (elect your thoe wardrobe from a fiKifHiioclUfOr t complete line. A* the Authorised Freeman Dealer In thli territory we ore happy to offer you thl* tervlt*. Come In and tee thb> exhibit of exclutlve Freeman Style « *.•> even If you're not ready to boy yo« can Mlect the ttylet you'll want later. The Clothing Comer of North Iowa Our Want Ada Bring Quick Results Stretching Your Corn-Hog Dollar Your corn-hog dollar will go further at Clirisehilles & Herbst because we sell only reliable, quality, merchandise. We are ready for you this Fall, with the largest, most comprehensive line of winter merchandise ever assembled in Algona. We have spent months buying these goods for you. We paid spot cash to get the best discounts and most desirable terms so that we might sell them to you at the lowest possible terms. You'll be surprised at the low prices on winter coats, suits and dresses—as well as blankets, underwear, outings and .staples Make this store your shopping headquarters while you are in Algona—it'll pay you in dollars and cents.
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