The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, lowfr, March 18,1937 Cn risc Insist on Quality You'll always find it at this store There is only one invariable principle in the buying and selling of all merchandise and that is QUALITY. This Btore has maintained a quality basis for 67 years— even through the disastrous depression, when most stores sold strictly on a price-basis. Whenyou see the beautiful showing of New Spring Coats. Suita rifff. ^ M ™ ,' y ° U '" reali2e that Q UAL ITY garments are different. There Is no substitute for quality ready-to-wear. We have the greatest line of both short-tailored and longer swagger suits In our history. And we know the suit business irom A to Izzard. If you are planning to buy a suit for Spring, the suiu ° f an type " at th Coats present an even greater diversity of style, featuring all lengths, from the short, finger tip "Ji EK er" to the full length belted utility wrap in fine mixtures and bouclts. New silk dresses again this week— cute, nifty frocks with an individuality you'll appreciate if you are looking for distinction Both prints and plain sheers, all colors, with navy predominating and prices range from $8.85 to $18.50. 1N B °T H S , TRAWS A *D FELTS arnve.l this Also new smocks, blouses and cotton dresses. CHICAGO if AII KET ct 3341 kill riscmnes In accord with our policy of keeping in .constant touch with the larger ready-to wear markets of the country, we are selecting in Chicago this week, the latest styles in Coats, Suits and Dresses. n Min >-,, iv-KaM,-!- ,-tylc tcj ii ivt-'ly ih,. |,v in;., . Th.-v -k-.s it nil ! wonl r ' ! w<-<-k (-n.l. in lime i',, Avill i-opivsriii ill,. IH- fashions ;ui<l will l»c iii autlu'iitic K;i>fi-r . Buy at this store with full assurance that we are truly Style experts, engaged in gathering to gether the most distinctive Apparel for fastidious women. Come in this week end and look over the results of our trip to market you'll be delighted, we're sure, at the great showhi'-* of early Spring and Easter Coats, Suits and Dresses. WE ARE LITERALLY "COIN' TO TOWN" ST. PAT THEME FOR LUVERNE CLUB'S DINNER CLASSIFIED ADS Lu Verne: The St Patrick theme was carried out in the beautifully arranged tables at a dinner, given Tuesday evening at the community hall. The members of the Progressive Woman's club were hostesses, and their husbands, the public school teachers and one other guest for each member were the special guests, making 60 in all. .The three course dinner was served by eight high school girls. Mrs. Ray Stone as chairman of the committee was tnnstmistress and presented the high school girls' sex- :ette directed by Esther Christian, who sang. Miss Corrine Smith >layed a piano solo and Mrs. M. G. 3ourne, Algona, sang a group of solos. She was accompanied by Miss Smith. The president of the club, Mrs. Grant Jennings, then gave a short talk and the speaker of the evening. Mrs. Jay Tenet Des Moines, told in an interesting manner, The Background Behind Current Events. Other out of town guests included Mrs. Burdette Agard. Algona, Frances Kabele. Goldfield and Marjorie Baker, Carroll. FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicoulin, real estate. Algona. 7-30* BIG AUCTION—5,000 baby chicks Monday. March 22, at 2 p. m.—Kos- suth County Hatchery, Algona. 11 FOR SALE—Brooder house, 10 by 14 by 8.—Paul Clark, Algonn, Rt 1. 11* FOR SALE—Single wheel trailer, metal bottom with canopy.—K. S. Cowan. 11* FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay.—John F. Weber. Phone 15F22, l»i mile sedan. Perfect in every respect With heater. Your chance to buy a perfect car at a price. Come early. $410..—Klassie Motor Co., Algona. 11 FOR SALE—1935 Chevrolet tudor with dual equipment and hot water heater. Good and clean.—Klassie Motor Co., Algona. 11 FOR SALE—Registered Holstein bull age 15 mos.—Carl Bahling, Burt 11) FOR SALE—Late model row crop engine, No. 1 condition.—McEnroe Bros. 11 FOR SALE—Small lot of green feeding straw.—McEnroe Bros. 1 Wanted WANTED—Good 80 acre farm near town in exchange for good 200 acre farm close to tflwn. Inquire at Upper Des Moines office. 11* CALL 631 for lawn and garden work.—Hugh Pierce. il* WANTED—Experienced single man to work oh widow's farm.— Mrs. Gus Carlson, Wesley. 11* WANTED—A middle aged woman for general house work in family of two adults. A good home for the right party. Phone 646. 11* HIDES - WOOL TOP MARKET PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND WOOL Joe Greenberg east of Irvlngton. 11' FOR SALE—Kitchen table, range, small oil stove. 318 South Jones street 11* FOR SALE—Sweet Clover seed, re-ciet>.ned and scarified.—Bosheli & Roland, 386-W, Algona. 11-12* FOR SALE—Registered fterefon bulls. Anxiety breeding. Guranteei bree'ders.—P. W. Reece, Elmore Minn. 10-11* FOR SALE—Purebred Duroc brood sows, vaccinated, healthy, no nrcro. $25.00 eacfi.—A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore, mile east. 11* FOR SALE—Used battery and electric Radios. $4.00 and up. complete.—Thomas Radio Service, Irv- FARMS FOR SALE—-All sizes prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf FOR SALE—Small piano in Algona. Continue the payments. Only $68 left. Write Baldwin Piano Store. Des Moines. 10-13 ington. Iowa. 11 BANCROFT NEWS The C. M. Baker residence is being redecorated. Mrs. Art Goche suffered a severe heart attack Sunday evening. She is much better now. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. I E. Websr Thursday. Mrs. Maurice O'Hern spent the week end visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs. W. J. Hood. Forty Hours Devotions are being held In St. John's church, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The John Kennedy family of Hutchinson and the Jack McDonald family of Ledyard were visitors at the Mrs. J. A. Devine home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nemmers were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bellows of Humboldt. Tuesday evening. FOR SALE—Sawed lumber in Sioux Rapids near east elevator. If you are going to build we can save you money. See us before you buy. —J. M. Norton, Sioux Rapids, la. 11 FOR SALE—Large type English strain White Leghorn chicks $7.10 hundred. Custom hatching, $2 hun- dred.—Frnndla Farm £ Hatchery, 8 miles NW Buffalo Center. 10-11* FOR SALE!—4 Aberdeen Angus yearling bulls,—Jacobson Farm. 5'4 miles north" of Fenton. Iowa, 11-14* FOR SALE—40 head breeding ewes to lamb April 1.—Chester Bailey, Phone 2F23. Algona. 11* FOR SALE—Young Holstein bull calf, a real individual. Also Smooth Awn Velvet Barley—John Byson, Algona. , 11* FOR SALE— Improved 320 acres $ 40.00 Improved 100 acres : 72.00 Unimproved 160 62.50 Improved 15 acres 3000.00 Improved 30 acres 2000.00 B. F. Crose residence 2800.00 —M. P. Haggard. 10-11 FOR SAL.E—320 acre farm. Kossuth county, Greenwood township Possession now. Good buildings, fence, soil and road, all tiled farm, mile and half from town. One third cash, three and half percent on balance. See A. J. Berens, Bnn- crcft. 11 Seed Oats Rustless or 444 Ames record for 14 years, Show Rustless No. 1 on list. Also most rustproof and stiff est strawed variety. Last year hulled 24 Ibs. to bu. Yields best at 2.02 M, bu. per acre sowing. Ames figures as elevator leaflet F. C. 6, 1934, direct from Ames: contains statistics on wheat, barley, flax also.—Plum Creek Elevator Company. 10-11* SOUND AS A DOLLAR If) NEAT AS A PIN FOR SALE—1936 Chevrolet tu- dor. Hot water heater and radio. —Klassie Motor Co., Algona. 11 FOR SALE—'35 Plymouth 2-door Horse & Mule Auction I SATURDAY, MAR. 20 Fair Grounds, Algona, 1 p. m. We will have a good run of horse* from 30 to 50 head from real good one, down. All age,, color*, and 8 i^ can "uH a crit k??^' J herp "! d mal{e y 3 ur «**««"'• T*" horse market i« not »o strong as It wan, butiyou can do an well here sHI tOCk " « he * te «- ™«, and try h"^ before «"- FACTORY CLEARANCE SALE FIRST GRADE RUGS, LINOLEUM Gold Seal and Crescent known in rugs as best made. 9x12, $3.48: 9x12. $3.85: 9x12. $4.85: 9x12, $5.85; 9x12. $6.85. These prices are less than Montgomery Ward or Sears and you see what you buy. Buy now. save money.—L. W. Swanson, Whittemore. 11 Por Rent Sate every Itawtey. Our Tue«d»y Auction of Cattle, Bon and >h<*p IB a honey. Laat Tuesday's «ale tttaally^ettlrd *f, amount*! to S9.590.00. Top beef cow JdfoTlUL H«£ 7, the of Brln* *tock early-aold according to the Ume they arrive. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Colw*H Bro... Auctioneer, FARM FOR RENT—240 acres. Good buildings, near town. Inquire this office. H» FOR RENT—New furnished np- artment. first of month. Equipped with Skelgas and Frigidaire.—R. O. Bjustrom. n Miscellaneous Drive a Better Used Car Every Car Is a . . . 1936 Hudson Touring Brougham 1936 Terraplane Touring Brougham 1934 Terraplane Coach 1933 Master Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Hupmobile Sedan 1920 Chevrolet Coupe 1928 Chevrolet Sedan 1928 "52" Chrysler Coach Hudaon-Terraplane Sales-Service Bornong Motor Co. •I. (.. liOli.VO.N'fi, I'rop. Wi-it of Court House LOST—Red scoop board southwest of Algona. Reward. Sportsman's Tavern.—LeRoy Elbert. 11* GOODWILL USED (MRS SOLD ONLY BY PONTIAC DEALERS EASYTEBMS Only the 6ne*t UBed can are selected as "Good Will" used care—each car Is carefully and completely reconditioned to put It in the £ne*t poralble condition. Right now, you can •ave many dollars on a "Good Will" u*ed car—for trade-in* on the new 1«37 Pontlac have crowded our itocki beyond capacity. To make room for further spring trade-in*, w«- offer thene car* at drastically reduced price*. Listed below are a few typical bargains—our stock contain* many mor«. Come in now—buy at theast special low prices. ON EVERY CAR IN OUR STOCK WANT those sheep sheared? Call C. Bristow, Burt, Iowa. 11-12* FARMERS ATTENTION—Sheep •bearing: See Frank Lewis, Algona or E. Pearson, Phone 02, Lone Hock. H-12 & 15-18* I WILL NOT be repsonsible for debts contracted by other than myself.—Emma McConnell, Bode. 10-11* 1935 Pontiac DeLuxe 4- door sedan, with all dual equipment Looks just like a new car. Haa been run only 8,000. It Is a spotless beauty. EXTRA $650 1935 Plymouth 2-door sedan. Perfect In every respect, with heater. Your chance to buy a perfect car at a price. Come early for best selection. 1934 Chevrolet standard coach. Motor completely overhauled. 6- ply tires, hot water heater— $375 1931 Pontiac sedan. Motor completely overhauled. Good tires. $410 $225 1931 Chevrolet coach, completely overhauled. The tires are all new. Positively In first-claw condition throughout— Klassie Motor Co. $215 KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES Large size l>kg. lie CURRANTS . . pkg.lOc MARSHMAL'WS 1 Ib 15c MACARONI. 4 lg pkgs 19c DOLLARS THAT CIRCULATE NEAR HOME .«a How many people think of a great transcontinental railioad as a home -town industry? Take The Milwaukee ag an example- ft employ, more than 32,000 residents of the communities it serves, and their annual wage of more than 52 million dollars i spent at home for food, clothing, fuel and other items for faSly ^L M S ? 6n f 0yfeBes a 5 e *«P^ e « ««d many are homeoJnTs The Milwaukee Road purchases each year, in the territory reached by its rajls many millaons of dollars wortn d La 32 and supplies needed to maintain and operate its property fo/tl ,T Jt P ^ ld T' $6 ' 000 ' 000 « Taxes to twelve states- tor schools, roads and tne maintenance of local government I hat a why we say that Th« Milwaukee Road is a local Medium size 19c PORK & BEANS tall cans 3 for 29c IODIZED SALT 2 boxes 15c >URE CANE SYRUP 1 Ib. 2 oz. can lOc CUT RATE GROCERY Study These Food Bargains LETTUCE, large solid . lOc ORANGES B? 2doz.39c GRAPEFRUIT . doz. 25c POTATOES . pk. 49c RADISHES .3bu.l3c NEW POTATOES 5 Ibs 25c CRISCO 3 Ib. can 59c JELL POWDER 6 pkgs. 25c HILLS BROS. COFFEE 2 Ibs. 59c 12 Marbles FREE with 3 pkgs. WHEAT PUFFS 25c CAKE HONEY . 2 for 29c As Good as any Better Than Most FANCY COOKIES 11 Ib. cello bag 25c NO. 10 FRUIT 49 Ib. bag 49 Ib. bag Bed Pitted Cherries, Crushed Pineapple Choice 69c ORDER YOUR SEED _ POTATOES NOW-SUPPL WILL BE LIMITCD Pork Liver Veal Hearts KELLOGG'S ALL BRAN 11 oz. size He KC BAKING POWDER 25c size 19c VEGETABLES All Kinds PEAS Full No. 2 Cans 3 for 25c NAVY BEANS 2| Ibs. 25c BROWN SUGAR 4 Ibs . . ,23c Special Sliced Bacon JJb. cello wrapped 24c StGAK CTBED BACON SQUARES Ib. 18c MILWAUKEE ROAD WISC. CHEESE Ib. 22c SPECIAL BOLOGNA Ib. 15c WE DEUVBB PHONE 271 272 Special Price on Easter Hams Half or Whole CENTER SLICES f for 29c BONELESS COW FED ROLLED RIB ROAST Ib. 25c GROUND BEEF Ib. 15c VEAL ROAST PICNICSi lliTfl Ib. VEAL CHOPS Ib. 25c BUTTCJTTYlk WE GIVE £^& gBEiar 0fs AMP*

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