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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1937
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The Algona tTfrpef Des Moiries, Algpaa, Iowa, May l^ Thm. Clarks of West Bend, Observe Golden Anniversary West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Clark celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, Tuesday. May 11, at their home In West Bend. A family dinner was served at the Franklin Hotel for close relatives. They held open house from two o'clock on to their many relatives and friends who called and offered cogratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Clark were married at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Thatcher, May 11, 1887. They settled in Wesley, where he was buttermaker and later in West Bend. Mr. Clark was buttermaker here In the local creamery, the old one that burned down a few years ago. and on retiring from there, was elected state dairy and food inspector. He has been retired for the past ten years and they have lived in their comfortable home here and enjoyed life. Mrs. Clark is prominent in lodge and church circles and is a member of the D. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. Clark have one daughter. Mrs. Homer Bardsley of Keola, Iowa, and three grandchildren, Betty, Neil and Johnine Bardsley. Mr. and Mrs. Thorsten Satern are the parents of a son, born Sunday morning, May 9. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and granddaughter of Ledyard. were callers at the Wm. Riley home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kathryn Grlppen and her daughter. Marjorie drove to Clear Lake, Sunday, and enjoyed a family reunion with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Luchsinger and children of Graettinger spent Sunday at the home of her brother, Raymond Wilson, and family. Ted Munson of Hollandale, Minn., spent Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. M. T. Munson. Howard Munson and family of Graettinger, also spent the day here at the parental home. Law Enforcement Officers To Meet Here Tuesday All law enforcement units, officers and agencies of the county, will meet in the Kossuth court house, here, next Tuesday at 1 p. m., for an afternoon session of study. The meeting has been called by Sheriff Casey Loss. Matters to be studied will include the collecting of evidence, a talk on court procedure by L.^A. Winkel, county attorney and similar topics. Harry Brown, assistant state chief of the highway patrol, will also be here to speak, and possibly other high officials of state government and law enforcement. AD mayors, justices, constables and marshals will be Invited. Swea City Teacher To Be Spring Bride Sim- City; Mrs. • Anna tertained at a 7 o'clock dinner and shower, Monday of last week, in honor of Miss Ruby Horton of St James, eighth grade teacher the past two years, who will be married soon to J. E. Andersen of Graettinger. Guests included members of the faculty, Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Swanson, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pahl. Following the dinner, Mrs. Swanson had charge of the evening entertainment an3 Miss Horton was presented a linen table cloth and eight napkins. AND THEN HE KICKED HIMSELF A local store keeper was standing in front of his store, checking his windows. A dirty-faced little red-haired boy came along and began to playfully pnsh him. The boy would run off a short distance, pivot and come charging In, striking the local merchant with the full force of his outstretched aims. This went on for about 10 minutes. The merchant, somewhat perplexed, could find no trace of the boy's parents, and didn't feel like giving him the cuff he deserved. Suddenly from down the street came a voice, calling the boy. ' The merchant then turned, and exclaimed, as he saw the pair disappear into a store, "I woudn't care so danged much, except the mother of that brat went Into my competitor's store." Rewrites Of Newt From Last Tuesday'* Kotsuth County Advance Newspapers Again Carry Large Blatz Advertising Space Milwaukee, WIs.—May 11 (Special): At a series of meetings dur- ings the last two weeks, at the offices of the Blatz Brewing Company, Milwaukee, attended by many aisrtibutors, branch managers, salesmen, sales and advertising executives from all over the United States, the advertising and sales plans of that company for the spring and summer of 1937 were presented. The announcement was made that newspapers had been selected as the principal advertising media for this year's advertising plans. It is said that the Blatz schedule for 1937 is one of the largest releases of newspaper copy on beer that has ever appeared locally and throughout the country. Bancroft, Burt Young Folks Wed Burt: Milton Marlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Marlow, was married Saturday morning at eight o'clock at the Bancroft Catholic church to Viola Schiltz of Bancroft. The newlyweds went to Minneapolis on a wedding trip, after which they will be at home on the C. E Sigsbee farm south of Burt. where Milton has been since March 1. Lotts Creek Nine Beats Wesley, 8-3 j The Lotts Creek hall team play- j ed its first game of the tea.son at j Webley, Sunday, May 8, and beat | Wesley, S to 3. , Lotts Creek had added a few new players to the olii line-up of last j year, and has an even stronger team. ! Leudlkc it a young left hamier. and hi allowed Wesley only seven , «catHicd hits. Next Sun.iay. Lotts i Creek opens the season (in it.-, home diamond, \Vc-.-t Bend. Lolls Cre, K would like to book garnet v.i'.j. tiher North Iowa teams. Mother of St. Joe Women Succumbs St. Joe: Funeral services were held Wednesday of last week at St. Peter and I'jul's church. West Bend, for Mrs. Margaret Etnnger, ONE KILLED: And 8 injured, whdi three cars collided, Sunday evening, near the junction of highway 22, and highway 169, just 13 miles south of Algona. O. T. Johnson, Rockwell City, is dead. Horace Walters, Rockwell City, Is reported as near death. Other Injured are Mrs. Walters, daughter of the dead man. Mrs. O. T. Johnson, widow of the dead man, Floyd Johnson, Rockwell City, and his wife. Henry Blomker of Humboldt. E.mer Rosedal of Humboldt, and Don Stamper of Gilmore City. There were five passengers in the Johnson car, Johnson, his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walters, and Floyd Johnson. Rosedal was driving one of the other machines, and Blomker and Stamper were riding with him. The Accident occurred when the | two machines crashed head-on. The car driven by the Humboldt young man was passing, or had just passed another machine, but could not pull back Into the right hand traffic lane, according to highway patrolmen reports. The Injured were taken to Fort Dodge by ambulance. * # * BURGLARS ROBBED the Standard Oil bulk station. Lakota, Saturday, or Sunday night, of 30 gallons of gas. The station Is in an isolated corner of town. * * * A STEAMING TRACTOR'S radiator, painfully burned Dale Scheffleman. of the Fairview-Corwith vicinity, Friday morning He noticed the radiator was steaming, and went to remove tte-eafr - Th* hot water erupted, burning his face, hands and arms. * * * THE FOX population in Kossuth is rapidly losing out. A total of 70 bounties have been paid thus far in May. Bounties were paid this month, thus far, to Reuben Leudtke, Lotts Creek; August Studer, Prairie; Gerald Gronwall. Algona; Merlin Altwegg, Algona; Mrs. Edw. Krull, Clifton Buckels and Fred Butterfield, Swea City; Robt. John- sonf LuVerne; Leo G. Studer Prairie; G. F. Townet Algona; Leo Ludwig, Corwith; M. H. Falken- hainer. Algona; Robt. Brayton Burt; H. D. Clapsaddle, Algona; W C. Taylor, Sexton, and Charles Heard, Algona. * * * ABOUT A DOZEN fines were imposed in local justice courts, 01: complaints of highway patrolmen The fines were chiefly in regard to violations of overloading, 1936 license tags, etc. * * * 1821 APPLICATIONS for Home sted Exemption tax refunds have been filed with the county auditor E. S. Kinsey. All applicants who expect a rebate for 1986 must ap ply with the county auditor by thi first of June, and that means b> May 20, because May 30 and 31 are holidays. Mayor Blossom, First Manager Call Theatre Mayor C. H. Blossom of Burt who was the first manager of the Call Opera House, last week brought down the dedication program folder. The recently destroyed theatre was built in 1892 and the dedication ceremonies were held February 21, 1893. The late Lafe Young of Des Moines made the dedication address after an introduction by Harvey Ingham, who was the first president of the company, which had leased the building from Ambrose Call for twenty years. Under the management of Mr. Blossom, many of the famous actors and road shows of those days were brought to Algona. The idea of the company was to give the community a chance to see the best shows in the country, and profit by the company was a second consideration. The historical data of this old Algona landmark, recently burned, has already been printed in the papers. Kossuth county people are now looking forward t tehtoimyz now looking forward to the time when Mr. Rice will furnish the community with a theatre which will be the last word in theatre construction and beauty. Armstrong Meets Swea Nine, 19th Armstrong: The Armstrong baseball nine won a home game Tuesday from Dolliver 6 to 2. The team is composed of pitcher, Norman Olson; catcher, Jimmy Vigdahl; first baseman. Joe Camden; second base, Oscar Carlson, substitute for Theodore Weiby, who is recuperating from an appendicitis operation; third base,, Bob Fitzgibbons; Howard Ortmeyer, Harold Mitchell, Arden Jongberg and Wayne Christiansen. The team wiS play the Swea City ine on the last day of school, May 9, Wednesday, at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Baumann and son; Ronald and^Henrylrmlter. Jr., of Rlngsted visited Thursday at he parental Henry Irmiter, Sr., lome. Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Irmiter re- urncd the first of the week from St. Paul where they visited with heir daughter, Irene, a beauty op- rator there. Delores Kennedy, who has been quarantined at the parental Mike <ennedy home near Swea City for several weeks for scarlet fever is again out and in school. She is a ienior in the Armstrong high school. NEW DRIVKRS' permits mus be acquired before July first. Ap plication blanks will be availabl mxt Monday at the court house. * * * A DIVORCE ACTION was beg by Lottie Wagner, or Lottie Me Vay, who was a prominent witnes in the Mrs. Anton Jergensen mur tier case during the past sever, trials built around the murde Mrs Wagner was paroled from th ; bench after admitting to bigarn m-vtr having been legally ilivon til from her first husband, but li' ing with McVay at the time of tr inurder. She says she was marrie I to Wagner in 1'M'2. that she live ' with him until 1M1 at LuVerne. • Wagner will not contest the action. Shower at Seneca Seneca: The Seneca Norwegian Lutheran Ladles' Aid society held a miscellaneous shower for the former Orva Halverson at the Senecu church basement Friday afternoon. Miss Halverson has been marrlefl since last November. They will make thetr home in Ames. She spent the past week at the parental Jens Halverson home. Week's Weather Date May 5 75 May 6 74 May 7 75 May 8 67 May 9 63 May 10 72 May 11 71 High Low Free. 48 47 50 53 38 41 51 .44 Bloom Moves Soon Joe Bloom will move his Coast- to-Coast store Into the building now occupied by the Basket Grocery, June 1. The grocery is closing out and unless another site can be rented, the Basket concern will probably leave Algona, G. W. Plopper, manager, has stated. Country Club To Have Opening Lunch and Game The Algona Country Club boys are on their toes this spring and the grounds never looked nicer. The greens are in good shape and they will receive their initiation today, Thursday, when a two-ball foursome and a stag party will be held. The tournament starts at five and the Dutch lunch at 7:15. The tournament committee has made arrangements for four inter-city club matches with Fairmont, Spencer, Fort Dodge and Hampton. The first match is with Hampton here in Algona on Sunday, May 23. The committee has plans under way to obtain two of the country's leading professionals f6r an exhibition here some time this summer, the details to be announced later. Fifteen new members have been lined up for admission to the club's membership. District Supt, W. G. Muhleman will show pictures of his Mexlcarf trip, Thursday evening, May 13, at the Good Hbpe church. Peter Thilges of St Joe was a dlnfief guest at the N. J. ttrleps home. Callers during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peter and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kellon. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Classified Ads FOR SALE—Tomato plants.—D. L. Driver, 1st house north of Deep Rock Service Station. Phone 152-J. IS" IP YOU need good seed corn, come and see my Kossuth Reliance and Golden King. 40 years' experience selecting and culling. $2.50 bu. up.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore, FOR SALE—A small lot of extra good Manchu beans, reasonably priced. Also have innoculation for beans.—Farmers Elevator, Hobarton, phone 36F1. 19-tf BOR SALE—High yielding early maturing yellow seed corn. Germination 95 to 100. I don't want to carry it over so am selling for $1.75 per bu. on the ear or $2.50 shelled and graded.—Hugh Raney, phone 15F21. 19-20* FOR SALE—1935 Pontiac 6 coupe nice and clean.—Hoenk Motor Ser vice, west of Court House. 19 FOR SALE—Boston Bull pups. 442 N. Dodge or see Ray Alderson at Hoenk Motor Service. 19* FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicoulin, real estate, Algona. 7-34* FOR SALE)—Kossuth County Reliance seed corn, picked before frost, graded and tested $&%.—R. H. Peter, 1 mi. so. and 2 3 i west of Burt. Phone 3801, Lone Rock. 19* H. NEUMAN, Plumbing, Heat- Ing, Air-Conditioning, Repairing and Remodeling. Phone 748. 19 «FOR BALE—Manchu Soy Beans, $2.00 per bushel.—Geo. Miller, Rt. 2, Algona. Phone 4F13. 19-tf FOR SALE—Silver King Seed corn; a high yielding variety, and it sells at a premium.—F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12. 19-20 Mrs. Henry Schroeder Lone Rock Hostess Lone Rock: Mrs. Henry Schroeder entertained at a five hundred party last week Tuesday evening, lonoring Mr. Schroeder's birthday. Attending were: the H. A. Wieners, the Carl Wieners, and the the Roy Chrischilles family, the F. F. Schroeders and Mrs. Martha hrischilles. all of Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Klatt, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Martha Chrischilles and Carl Wiener won high prizes and Mrs. F. F. Schroeder and Arthur Schroeder, low. Edith Schroeder won the travel prize. FOR SALE—Kossuth Reliance Seed Corn. Exactly the same blood strain as that which won the Iowa state yield test three years in succession. Shelled and twice graded. $2.50 to $4.00.—Arthur L. Look. Lu Verne, Iowa. 18-19 FOR SALE—160 acres northwest from West Bend $14.500.00.—Bruce Thompson, Forest City, or Kenneth Erickson, Thompson. 19 FOR SALE—Choice Iowa farms at attractive prices. Two fine properties sold last week. See our men. See our farms. W. F. Mayler and W. F. Gerlach, Wahkonsa Hotel, Fort Dodge. W. L. Whitham, Webster City. Properties of The Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank. 19 Wanted WANTED—Middle aged, respectable woman to act as companion to elderly lady and do light house work. Leave name and reference at this office. 19* WANTED—Man to handle our rapid selling line of household and farm supplies in this territory. A clean, profitable business arrangement for any honest, ambitious person. Write today. Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Winona, Minn. 19 WANTED—Girl or woman for general housework Steady position; small family. Box 352, Emmetsburg. Notice to Redeem STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. To Erlck Erickson, Herbert Welse and Henry Wefse: You and each of you are here-! y notified that at an adjourned sale ' of lands and lots for taxes on the 21st day of May, 1934, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the 'ollowing described real estate situated in said County, to-wlt: West Twenty (20) feet of Lot Two (2> of Block Two (2) and except a strip Five (5) feet wide on West side Lot Three (3) of Block Two (2) of Beane's Addition of the City of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to E. H. Pannkuk who now holds the said certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be nja3e, unless redemption from such sale be made ivithin ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 29th day of April, 1937. 18-20 E. H. PANNKUK. Notice to Redeem STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. To W. J. Morehart and E. H. Pannkuk: You and each of you are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 21»t day of M»y, 1634, . Treasurer of Koesnth County, Iowa, the following described real estate situated m said County, to-wlt: South Fifty (5Q> feet of North half <»4) of Lot Tiro <2) of Part of South Six (6) acres of Out Lot One (1) of the City of Burt, KOSsuth County, Iowa, was sold to E. H. Pannkuk and duly assigned to P. A. Danson wlio now holds the said certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 26th day of Anrll. 1937. 18-20 P. A. DANSON. R. J. Harrington J. O. ?*w* HARRINGTON ft LOW* Rooms 212-14 First Nftt'l Bk. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. In District Court, March Term, 1937. No. 4246. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Nicholas Altman, Deceased, dated April 26th, 1913, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 3rd day of June, 1937. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the DVtrlct Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at AJgona, Iowa, May 5th, 1637. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court L. A. Wlnkel, Attorney. 18-20 FOR SALE—Used typewriter, standard make and size, in good condition, $20.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 18 FARMS FOR SALE—One 40 acre; one 63 acre; four 160 acre; one 189 acre; 4 right good 320 acre; these are all good farms.—G. C. Rinderknecht, Ringsted, la. 18-19* FOR SALE—Mukden soy beans, new variety that grows more erect. Germination 96; purity 98, $2.10 per bu, for 10 bu. or more.—A. B. Schenc'k, Algona. 19 Former Fenton Girl Is Bride Fenton: Miss Luella Kohlstedt and Floyd Holmes of Henry. 111., were married Wednesday. March 17th, in Chicago. Miss Kohlstedt has been adviser of the Marshall- Putnam Home Bureau at Henry for the past year. She is a daughter of Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt of Ayrshire, formerly of Fenton. The couple will make their home at Henry. FOR SALE—Manchu Soy Beans. Recleaned. Good germination.— Boshell & Roland, St. Benedict, phone 386-W, Algona. 17-19* XOTICK OF nENF.WAI, OF coni'onATE pKinon TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby Riven that the Shermnn-lrvlnRton Telephone Company, whose corporate period expired on April 4. 1M7. Rt a special meeting of the stockholder." held for that purpose on the 24th day of March. iy:i7. r**n<-\v*'il ami extended the corporate' period of *ald company for a pt-rlo.l of twenty (2") years from and after the 4th day of April 1937, and adopted and filed OB liy law provided a Certificate of such renewal nnd Amended nnd Substituted Articles of Incorporation, providing a« follows: The name pf the corporation "Sherman-IrvlnBton Telephone Company." with principal place of bim- lties» at Algona. Iowa, nnd the object la to own, maintain and operate a rural telephone and tiranchew and to rent telephone services, with riKl't to 1'iiv. sell, hold and convey personal property. The capital stock Is Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars (fi&OO.VO I divided Into shuicH of Fifty Hollars (>50.o(i) each. The affairs of the corporation arc niaiiiiKt-'il by five dllectors who shall elect a I'rrsident. Vice President, arid He<-retarv an<l Treasurer, and such other offlc.-rs as they may feint. Tt.e annual election shall lie on March 4 of each year, ard then urHll the next annual ract'l\tiK on March 4. 1!»:;S. the direct.,rn shall he KrneMt Uormann. Sebastian Kramer. Stephen Loss, M. L. Honey and A. M. Lemkec. all of Irvin^ton. Jowa. ard the officers s.hall he: I'resiilent Mm Lel^h Vice Prehldent ..Flarney Frankl Secretary li. ' C. I-age Treasurer ....Sebastian Kramer itll of Irvlrifrton, Iowa. Private propert>- of th" stockholder* shall he exempt from eor- POIM? ilaldlity, and the highest amount of Indebtedness wl.ich the rurni-any rnay at any time Muhjt-ct ii-'-if shall not exceed one-half of t!.e citpjtal stock. SIM I.KI'iH. I'r.siilert. i:. C. LAi;i:. Secretary 19-2L 1 SALE! HAPPY HOME Sheer Style Frocks Bolero effects—Princesse silhouettes —Swing skirts—Tyrolean details . . . These are only a few of the style features of these frocfo. The materials are Printed Dimities, Hanky Lawn, Fancy Lawns, Printed Batiste, and Crash. There are 12 extra-smart frocks to choose from (only two are illustrated). Sizes 14 to 52 Guaranteed Fast Colors FOR SALE—Seed corn in the ear. Yellow dent, tests 98 per cent. $2.50 per lushel.—C. B. Albright. Rt. 2, Algona. 17-tf* FOR SALE—Manchu Soy Beans. $2.00 per bushel.—Geo. Miller, RL 2. Algona. Phone 4F13. 37-tf FOR SALE—Potatoes, seed 01 table.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 18-19' KOBKKT AM) I)ONAI.I> N'litzcl were ordered committed to state in- age. who passed away i stitutions until they art- 21 years of the home of her George ischafer at 81 years of April 24th at daughter, Mrs Preston. ; Pallbearers were grancUons of, the deceased Ronald and Vern : Schafer, Clarence *i..\ Nick Fetter, and Albert and Melvin Thilges Mrs. Etringer was born in fJer- inany. She was married in 1&76. Her husband passed away 3b years ago. Surviving are the following sons and daughters: Dominic of Maquoketa, Mrs. Frank Fetter of Springville. Mrs. Jacob Weiberg of Dell Rapids, S. D., Mrs. Wm. Hoff of Salem. S. D., Mrs. Wm. Thilges and Mrs. Joseph Thilges of St. Joe, Mrs. John Thilges of West Bend and Mr*. George Schafer of Preston. Seneca Loses, 14 8 Seneca: The Seneca high school girls' .kitten ball team played the Ringstcd girls la Seneca Wednesday afternoon. The St-necans were defeated by the score of 8 to 14. The St-necii high school boys met the Lone Rock boys' baseball team the t&me evening al Seneca and the Seneca boys were also defeated by the score of 5 to 3. age. by Judge Heald. Monday. Robert was taken to Toledo's juvenile home, and I'oiiald. 16. goes to the training S( hool at Eldora. Mrs Neitztl. mother of the boys, is now m Fort Dodge. * * « NEW HOTEL AUDITION is slated to gel under way. June 1. Ralph Miedke. manager, states. The foundation arid basement is already in. ju»t buulh of the present Hotel Algona. • * « KARL SANDS, 40. cousin of Mrs. C A Joynt. Algona, dropped dead at hii office in Kmrni-lfburg. He was city clerk. I ... j ACADEMY JIMOKS were hosts to Academy seniors, Monday evening, at the annual class function. A Japanese setting was used. Dancing followed the program and dinner. ... I NDEK HODGEPODGE: Writing of occasional efforts made to smother news, or conceal part of the truth, DED says: 'Garbage quits stinking when you give it plenty of air. Cover it and the odor is much worst and lasts longer." Lu Verne Resident 40 Years Passes LuVtrne: Word was received here, Tuesday, of the death of Carrie Parks, a resident of LuVferne for 40 years or more, at a Fort Dodge hospital. She came to LuVerne about 1680 with her parents, and moved to Ft. Dodge about 20 years ago Funeral services were to be held at the Methodist church, Thursday afternoon, at two o'clock. FOR SALE—Good north-central Iowa farms. Clay Co. 422.76 acres at Cornell. 280 acres 3 miles east of Webb. Choice farm. Several good to choice farms in Kossuth and Humboldt counties. Attractive prices. Good terms.—The Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank, Lincoln, Neb., or W. F. Boylen, Salesman, Wahkonsa Hotel, Ft. Dodge, I*. 16-19 Can't Sleep on Left Side, Gas Bothers Heart Mr. Woodrow Lowiy sayn: "When I laid on my left Kitie atornach GAfci seemtd to bother my heart so couldn't bleep. Tj.e firpt dose ol AI» relived the GAS. Now 1 can eat such things as bean* onions or tomatoes without dl&~ trtcH. "When cliiKBed bowels cause Kas bloating. Htornach painn, Indigestion, bad headache* or Meeplea iKhts, get AIiI.EIUKA The lirb ote usually relieves GAS and stub- orn i onstlpatlon. Thorough acllor tt never gripes.—E. W. Lusby Corwith Girl In Electric Chair Fairview-Corwith: Virginia Wailey. Corwith student, hopes she has had her first and last experience with an electric chair. She sat in one, last week, at a general school assembly. A Mr. Ranney. the program speaker, told of penal institutions, and demon- si rated the mechanism of an electric chair. He asked one of the pupils to sit in it. and Miss Walley did. He said 25 condemned men bad breathed their last in the chair. i Editor's note—We're from Mis- sourii FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald &. Co. 10-tf Miscellaneous FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any »l»e, 80c per roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Lukby'k drug 16-ti A BANCKOUT CiUtl-, Dorothy Mc'scher, was named a county winner in a state-wide essay content conducted by the Iowa Engineering society. FARM LOANS—I >?%. No commission. No red tape. See A. Mai lory. Travelers Ins. Co., Clear Lake, or M. P. Haggard, Algona 17-22 ATTENTION—We will not be responsible for your gasoline mileage unless you try a fill of Tydo lubricating, anti-knock gasoline a our new Wayne computing gas pump.—Hoenk Motor Service We» of Court House. ANNOUNCEMENT — We an pleased to advise we can furnisl you with a high quality chick masl at $2.95 per cwt. Buy Wellendor Leghorn baby chicks and starte< chicks and get honest to goodnes egg production next winter.—Wei lendorf Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. li-t ANNEX The Public Demands It- NOW gOlllg fUll TWO FOR ONE SALE The Chrischilles Store TWO MORE DAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 14 & 1STH Almost 400 Spring garments (Coats, Suits and Dresses) included in this gigantic clean-up—a choice collection of high grade ready-tchwear. Buy One Garment and Get Another of Equal VaJwofree No strings, no restrictions—original prices left on all garrnents-r-bring in your friends and neighbors if you only want one garment. No sunaner merchandise included in the Two-for-One Sale. ,f. I* BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive pfoflipt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUABTON H. W. M1LL1SI ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOJf ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 E. J, Van Ness G. W. Stlllman VAN NESS ft STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building 'hone 213 Algona, Iow» Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby Building Algona, Iowa Phone 59 L. A, WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office In Quinby Bldg. Phone 1W ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 819 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'MAHON A LJNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone 05 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L. Riat over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32S ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CnETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbratth Bldg. Phone 444-310 MELVIN 0. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. S. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 188 Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. B. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postofflce Block Phone 20 Algona, lawa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 110 REAL ESTATE MURTAOH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone 10B VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fes Dr. J. 3. Vtinkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We nave Just received a large •hlpment of ream package* (800 •faeeU) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at the Algoua Upper Des Moinea office for partiuelars

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