The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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J*AT BARNfcS MAS MANY MOODS, BUI HE'S NEVER MOODY ' Black-haired. hflfcel-eyed Pat Barnes « reel high and full of the joy of jlv- Ihgl Nobody has ever seen him In an ugly mood Peeves—of couise he has them, who hasn't? But Pat's la essentially a happy nnture. That's why h'i well - known oh ir- octers of Timer," "Mr. Kel |y" and "The Kooltif." s t ril , „ *"cli a rcspnnsivp chord with « mil lion and more poo Pie. cuttud, '30 pgfj £» ».»»•Drii'-'.K rs '»'°K5iS"s u r»" ? TV",""" S^^a-H^^Hv^^ffitS fltot* r,^Ll ve , r graduated from Iowa I ? nv ! n <?s Bank, of Algona, Iowa de ,, fat Barnes" "iJTi* f ° r nccurnc - v th °n liSi fi^i ne laughs, he means it. Vou can't fool people about emotions-th Compliments Pres. Hughes. OoYfr?v t il1 1 ,?f akerS had flntehed - Mr. rnenting President Raymond Hughe Who Is rnnsMovorf „„ „ ..» ne •^i&wsK-s •HI College were two of the iarf in the state «*-»*«„—j _ **«!/ we iiitiuG and Order appli- *? cover all .interest -n*«a»-the state- --- Memorial Union sub,.„« ,~ had ** en started'' only in ««es where the student w^^eUabS tl^andhadbeen br a gglng ^J^ Chas. L Miller Retailer Rawleigh's if^s^ssfs&sts M=TO»S? .,?•?„ VSESIg Dated March 25, 1931 o? y R ' H Charge. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. . affipS?S6^M^?Js .v v%> AAVC41I Products ——.„. iit worlclng up unanimously elected Corey, Algona, was aSxxX"" 05 ' 3 "'' Articles, ^De^SrfcesTp^lsh? raons, InsectlclcJes, stock Dip, Disinfect- 6CC. Telephone Orders Promptly Filled Phone 678-J, Alpmi Lwal 41-tf • ' * .——O******, *«Hi*icm OUIlcZlCK Algona; Muriel Body, '28, Algona- L, Huskamp. '28. Fenton; Don Wels•-• .--• Penton; Charles Lindhorst, |. Algona; P. p. Kriethe, '13 Burt"»•« Hill, '27, Algona; wills j. Coti, Lone Rock; Edythe M. Cotton T»^iT- n T e ?2? k: A< H - Hanna, '16, Lone Rook; Leighton Mlsbach, '27, Algonac. K. Clark, '15, Algona; Ernie ' ---a V.UOU}, i^niwe ."jewed unnn iaa»«r-aSsa !< a Lever feeniyoutthe^door alonej and where due attendance WW ~™ W " W ™^ *\ Youf New Spring: Clothes APPABEL STORE. •^i e of / ournew S P™ Coat or Dress is more than the getting of a new wrap—the courteous, intelligent ass Which an experienced saleslady is able to' offer~S^ worth and hours of clothes satisfaction to you; We have four or experienced ready-to-wear salesladies on the floor to assist J» your selection. These ladies are trained tcTsell merXn that brings the customer back to this store for her NEXT article or S Relnember thi « " h ™ ^u buy your new Spring cot of the latent creations from the customer careful , intelligent help her If you have not visited our ready-to-wear department this'aeasmi come up and look over the ne>v things. They are^ovely The? aTe extremely low in price and y4^hisive in style 7 £$'3$-^ ' ' "' '*• Coats $12.75 Jl8.|b up to $59.00 Dresses $6.75, $11,75, $19,75 up to $59.00 Shi P ments of new hats are in stock at $3.95, $5.00 $5 95 ' ' * Watteaus Angelic Halos Profile Hats Large Brims Small Brims At a New Attractive Price $3,95 $5,95 Here it is—our annual Easter event of the most alluring, most fascinating Millinery this side of Paris. Every imaginable style—every d<m;r detail— every gorgeous spring eolor awaits your choosing. And the price saves you many dollars. Ku-ch's Laundry, phone 267, CLASSIHEDADS. The rate per word for adTertiss- ments in this column is 2c paid in advance. 3c if charged. ^i accom ?" ny a11 mail Initials count as one word. mum charge, 25c. Ca» . Mini- WANTED— Men and women to sell Magic Rods, plnless curtain stretcher Sells $1.25. Quick seller. Good commission— Humidah-e Mfg. Co., Cedar | Falls, Iowa. 41 J h f A i E ~' 25 tudor Ford eedan body in A-No. 1 shope. Inquire at this Two savings.' A garden saves you ™ 0 "fy Y ?r u save on e flrd en tools at ijarnbles. Hoe 55c, Rake $1 00 D double hose 8'^c per foot. ' 41 FOR RENT—5 room bungalow. Close in.—Dr. F. L. Trlbon. 41* FOR RENT— € room house, practically modern.-Guy Mantor. 4i-tf iwwwwM ^^ ov,, - Shorthorn bujls and oak poste.-P. s. Thompson. Phone . HOUSE FOR SALE-One of the best up-to-date modern houses in Al- S n ,7 T st of Cath °»c church. Wellendorf. 41-42' FOR SALE-Qas engine, m horse power. Oheap.-O. S. Johnson. 41 . FOB . SALE-ROA Radlola, all elec- lh ta "e model.-Algona Auto Market. Phone 391. FOR SALE OR TRADE—For cattle or hogs—one bay mare colt, coming 3, well broke; one bay mare colt, coming 2; one grey mare 12, works anywhere- one red roan Belgian stallion.—J. jr. Btell, Sexton, Iowa. se-tf WANTED — Live pigeons.—Algonquin Fox Ranch, east of fairgrounds. 41 FOR SALE—Good residence lot, close in. Paving, sewer and water. Bargain* Build now and save on material and labor.—Henry Mason. 40-41 FOR SALE—Seea oats. Iowa college selection from 105. Best yielding early variety for the throe years it has been tried in Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota. Also most immune to rust. See Pulm Creek Elevator Co. for prices. 41 We have a little money to loan on town property if well secured.—O A Momyer. Algona. Iowa. j ' FOR SALE—Hard wood lumber, wa~ gon, cultivator and mower tongues eyeners, whiffletrees, bolsters, wagon cleats, reaches at 'sawmill prices.—F Thompson, Algona, Iowa, phone 38-41* WANTED—Cream, Eggs, and Poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co, H H Boetcher. Prop. sr WANTED—Your painting, outsit and in, paperhanging and decorating. —W. E. Ward. 38-41* |M. De L. Parsons. Irvlngton, Iowa. _. • -- PAPER— The new samples » rflt ^ the new fast °olor kind from " c to $8.— W^E. Ward. 38-41* or general house' work.— Mrs. Bert Deal, Phone 137. _.. . ......... ^ _ 38-tf WANTED— Girls 3 for' student nursea Apply Superintendent Kossuth hospi- Married man, expeijienced, wants ob on farm. Good references. Write 0. A. Parkinson, Whittemore. Iowa. 41* FOR SALE—House on North Thorington street, to close estate. .Phone 270.—Ohas. H. Taylor, fix. 41* FOR SALE-A good tent with fly, screen windows; a sixty gallon steel & ' a o?i xty T g ^°? to w»«» tank, cheap-—Sid J. Backus. 37-88 County plat books W sale aTThe Upper Des Motoes^RepubUcan office, only a few left sa-tf FOB uck north of and hay five miles 38 & 40' "AJfona's Wtfa Bavta«r Station."-..' ANCE 1 0- 0. F. Hall THURS.,

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