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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 29, 1937
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frSjfctfw * J&$ ~*' ±-£t~ The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, July 29,1937 Lyle Morris, Northport, Long Inland, was a guest of th« Rotary club, Monday. Virginia Sutherland of Mason City is the new waitress at the Pierce Cafe. She began work, Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Schwyhart attended the Baptist Assembly at Iowa City from Sunday until Wednesday. Neville I* having a vacation from the Neville Shoe Store. He made a business trip to Manning, Monday. Mrs. Bernard Tierney of Mason City, came Sunday for a week's visit with her mother-in-law, Mrs. •George Holtzbauer. Josephine Murta'gh and her friend, Betty Moore of Des Moines visited her mother, Mrs. Marie Murtagh, over the week end. Editor and Mr*. Lee Wolfe of the Titonka, Topic paid this 'office a pleasant call last Friday, While In town attending to business matters. Rev. George C. Vance and his small son, Gary, took time off and went fishing Monday. Rev. Vance began a month's vacation this week. Elsie Halbrook was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital Sunday, following an operation for appendicitis. She is employed at the Brown Studio. Grace Van Arnem and her friend, Vivian Mero, of Fargo, North Dak- dta, left Sunday after a week's visit with the former's sister, Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Dr. C. D. Schaap, Dr. G. D. Wai- rath and Dr. H. M. Olson drove to Port Dodge, Tuesday evening, to attend the dental clinic held at the Hotel Warden. Mrs. C. N. ttlerscht and Mrs. Fred Thles of Bancroft were business visitors here, Friday. Mrs. Klerscht and Mrs. Thies are prominent Kossuth club women. Mr. and Mr*. Charles Norman ol Winnebago, Minnesota, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Mrs. Norman is an aunt of Mrs. Barnard. Naomi Hewitt of Swea City called nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sprnguc. Tuesday on her way to Mason City. Naomi / tenches school here during the school year. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winkler of Clear Lake, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMnhon. Mrs. Mcahon's parents once lived at Clear Lake and at that time were friends of the Wlnklcrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and daughter, Rosalie, spent the week end at the Okobojis. They will spend this week at Omaha and Centerville. Mr. Swanson Is manager of the A. & P. store here. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan returned home Friday evening from Minneapolis, where she had spent ten days visiting a cousin, William Sullivan, and Mildred Topf, former stenographer for Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan. Dr. Karl Hoffman and Dr. Harry McCorkle attended the dental din- Is held at the Hotel Warden at Fort Dodge, Monday evening. Dr. F. L. Trlbon took his daughter, Mrs. Herman Leeftlnk, back to her home at Mountain, Wisconsin, Friday, after a visit here with her parents. Dr. Trlbon will visit there the remainder of the summer. Nell and Emma Kennedy of Guadelupe, California, and Raymond, Julia and Margaret Clark of Rochester, Minnesota, were Sunday callers at the J. J. Dooley home here. The two Kennedy girls are cousins of Mr. Dooley. Mrs. Georfre Holtzbaner and her daughter, Loralne Tierney, returned home Sunday after a week's vacation spent visiting relatives and friends at Nashua and Des Moines. Lorraine Is employed at the Iowa State Bank. C. B. Pierce returned Monday from Woodward, Iowa, where he where he had been for two weeks visiting relatives and friends and attending to business interests. Mr. Pierce was a former resident ol Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ives and daughter, Cherry Joyce of Des Moines, were guests of Mrs. W. E Laird from Monday until Wednesday. Cherry remained for a longer visit at the Laird home. Mrs Ives and Mrs. Laird are sisters. Mr. and Mr*. A. B. McCall and C. E. Randall of Kenosha, Wisconsin, arrived Monday for a few days' visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shlerk before going on to Omaha. Mrs. McCall Is Mrs Shlerk's mother, and Mr. Randall Is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rice returnee Friday night from a week's vaca tlon at Steamboat Lake In north ern Minnesota. They were accom panled by Mrs. Rice's mother, Mrs L. C, Banker. They report a good catch of fish. Mr. Rice is proprieto of the Algona Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby and Mr. and Mrs, H, D. Hutchins left Sunday for northern Minnesota, where they will spend n week on an outing and fishing trip. Mr. Lusby operates the Lusby drug store and Mr. Hutchins is the secretary of the Federal Land and Loan association. Archie Hutchison wan laid up last week wtih the summej flu anoThad quite a hard time of It, but when he remembered that this Is the time Pete Waldron drove to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a meeting of the Independent Oil companies. Lloyd Pratt drove to Ame« and Cedar Falls on business, Friday. G. D. Shnmway has been ill at his home since Sunday, suffering with an attack of tonsilitis. Mrs. Chet Williams and Valeria Pickett visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy at Brltt, Sunday. T. C. Sherman drove to De» Moines, Tuesday, to attend a meet- Ing of the managers of Iowa State liquor stores. John Shllts of Mason City drove to Algona Tuesday evening to have dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts. Bob Knoll, who for the- part two months has been working at Lu- Verne and Heron Lake, Minnesota, will return to Algona today, and Friday will begin work at the Blackstone Luncheonette. Geneva Sclmrlnch of Des Moines is spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Geneva is employed in the offices of the Rollins Hosiery Mills at Des Moines. Mrs. Lena Loss and Priscilla Ixws spent the past week visiting relatives at Fort Dodge. While there they attended the installation ceremonies for the Rev. T. J. Davern at the Corpus Christ! parish. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan took their three daughters, Betty, June Ann and Virginia Lou to Rock Valley Tuesday evening for a two weeks visit with their paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Scan- Ian. COOL AT THE IOWA Watch the Programs Grow Get the Iowa Habit- It's Thrifty 2 Grand Features 21c WED. THRU SAT. Wm. Boyd in Hills of Old Wyoming Anne Shirley in Too Many Wives Serial Dick Tracy SUN.-MON., AUG. 1-8 Extra Quality TWO FEATURES Sic Franchot Tone Katharine Hepburn In "Quality Street" SECOND FEATURE Geo. O'Brien in The Park Ave Logger hat isfle the Canadian thistle seeds down, It stirred him up enough to write an article on these obnoxious weeds which is printed in another column of this issue. H. N. Kruse returned Sunday from Iowa Falls where he had been since Thursday attending the Iowa Baptist Assembly. He is the state treasurer of the Assembly. Mr. Kruse left today (Thursday) and will be gone again until Monday attending the Baptist Assembly. Other Algonlans attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bowman and Dr. R. A. Evans and 'daughter, Kathleen. Mr. and Mr*. N. C. Rice moved back to Hotel Algona Wednesday after living at the O. B. Lalng home for five weeks during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Lalng. Superintendent Lalng attended summer school at Ann Arbor, Michigan, this summer. Mrs. Lalng and children accompanied him, but for the past week they have been visiting relatives nt Des Moines and Corydon. Mr. Laing drove to Corydon Wednesday and brought them home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkinson came up from lown City last week and spent a few days with relatives and friends In this vicinity. Harry Is one 01! the Algona boys who have made a "place in the world for themselves. After graduation from the State University, and receiving his degree as Doctor of Medicine, he has practiced his profession In Iowa City and is a member of the medical staff of the university. While In Algona the Iowa City man visited his brothers, Louis and Glenn, and hla sister, Mrs. L. A. Crulkihank. New Samples of Fall Woolens For LADIES' Suits—Coats Skirts—Capes Come in and see them. LADIES' AND MEN'S SUITS AND COATS Repairing — BeUnlng Remodeling Clopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmer's NIGHT BASEBALL TONIGHT, JULY 29TH— K. C. Monarchs vs. Algona Grays SUNDAY, AUG. I Grays vs Forest City BMeball Field: 8:*» P. M. CooOn* Stmdw, ABB. *-•'« *• *• AJf«u O»*j* w, »»» MfltoM WaWtore Le*fuo Team Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Ahrlund and children, Robert, Leon and Donna of Webster City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Mussell. Mr. Mussell Is the field man In this territory for the Jone Deere Plow Company. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Horsford returned Saturday from a week's vacation with relatives at Minneapolis. They enjoyed a few days at Lake Minnetonka and stopped at Albert Lea for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Brevik. Mr*. Marie MurtHRh find Mrs. C. B. Murtagh drove to Waterloo and visited their nieces, daughters of the late J. C. Murtagh, Tuesday. Mr. mid Don Hutchison drove to Des Moines on Tuesday on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walz of Winona, Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey drove to the Okobojis Sunday. The.Walzs were week end guests at the Muckey home, and arc the uncle and aunt of Valeria and Russell Pickett. Mrs. A. Hutchison and granddaughter, Mary Drummond of Chicago and Mrs. Will Walker left Tuesday for a few days In Des Moines when they will visit sisters of Mrs. Hutchison, Mrs. F. B. V. Shore, and Mrs. Gardner Cowles, Sr. Mrs. Ra« Asher spent lust week vlsting with her mother, Mrs. J. C. Linch at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Mrs. Louts Hint! returned to her home last week from Westgate, Iowa, where she had been visiting her son for four weeks. Virginia Anderson of Wlndom, Minnesota, arrived Tuesday and will visit until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shcehan. Warren O. Wright of Des Moines arrived Monday from Spencer for a week's visit with his brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrle and son. David of Mason City spent the week end with Mrs. Berrie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry- Mr. and Mrs. James Elbrrt and daughter, Shirley, drove to Spencer Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Elbert's sister, Mrs. Clayton Palmer. Mrs. Vaughn Rising entered Kossuth hospital Wednesday morning and underwent a minor operation. She will be there for the next two weeks. Mrs. Elizabeth Leinkcr left Sunday for Amboy, Minnesota, where she will spend two or three weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Bonnett. W. A. Barry and son. Bill, drove to Omaha Sunday and returned on Monday. They went to see about Bill's entering Creighton University this fall. Emma Dittmer, R. N. of New York City, arrived In Algona, Saturday morning to make an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Kate Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller and children are spending the week at Lake Okoboji. Mr. Fuller Is the district manager for the Sleg Corn- Mr, and Mm. Harvey Ingham were In Algona yesterday greeting their many old friends and calling on Senator L. J. Dickinson, who Is convalescing at his home here. Harvey Is very popular In Algona and his visits here are always enjoyable. Laura Gre«ne of Lone Tree, Iowa, will arrive Friday for a week's vis- It with Meredith Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson. Laura is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Green. Her father is editor of the Lone Tree Reporter. W. A. VlRars and family are going to Movllle, Iowa today to take in the 50th anniversary of the founding of the town. BUI says Sioux City is a suburb of Moville, and that he helped lay the cornerstone for the latter community, hence the return visit. Delia and Edith Writer and Katli- crine. Van Ness are planning to leave next week for a three weeks' vacation trip to the west coast. They will drive in Delia's car. Their trip will include California, via the Grand Canyon, and up the coast to Oregon and Washington. Mrs. K. J. Bushnell, and Mrs. O. J. Wiese and four daughters, Mary Lou, Alice, Phyllis and Fern Ana of Elkton, South Dakota, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dobson from Saturday until Tuesday. Mrs. Bushnell is Mrs. Dobson's mother, and Mra. Wlese Is her sister. Vernon Kohlhaa*, «on of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, and Jule Kunz of Wesley will leave today (Tiura- day) for the southwestern parts of the state. Vernon is chairman of the rushing committee for Sigma Nu fraternity at Iowa City. The boys are students of the University of Iowa. Alntolnette and Burnetta Bnnn- stetter left Wednesday for LaCrosse, Wisconsin, and will visit for the coming week with friends. Antoinette Is the city nurse at Algona, and Burnetta has recently completed a business course at Mason City. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter. Mrs. Ed Shcehan and daughter, Rozann returned Friday from a ten day trip to Des Moinea, Cedar Rap- ida and Newton, where they visited relatives and friends. Royal Russell Moss of Newton returned with them and will be a guest in the Sheehan home until August. He in u nephew of Mrs. Sheehan. Mru. Kuti) Burkey, Mr. and Mrs. Jt'»s Bryant and children and Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and son, who live in the vicinity of Madrid, Iowa, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg. Mrs. Burkey is the mother of Mrs. Helberg and Mra. Bryant and Mrs. Thompson are her sisters. MTB. E. R. Selktrom returned, Tuesday evening from Gowrie, where she had been for a week taking care of her father, Ed Magnusson who was. very ill, but had improved when she left. Floyd Magnusson, a nephew of Mrs. Sellstrom, returned to his home at Gowrie at tba time Mra. Sellstrom left for her father's. He had been visiting here for a weak. Mr. and Mra. M/>Ka*el Horan and son, Willis, of Los Angeles, California, were guMta over the week end at the home of Karel's aunt, Mra. A. J. Keen. Karel is with th« Mali Tool Co., and is manager o2 their Loa Angelen branch. He and hia wife and ion had been in Chicago, where they attended a a convention. They have two other children who remained at home with Karel'a mother, Mr*, W. H, Horau. The l*tUr divide* bar time between the home* of ber two WMU. pany of Fort Dodge. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Duffy and children visited at Mallard at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Duffy are sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week at Albert Lea visiting Mrs Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chria Larsen and other relatives. Ferris and Melvin Miner anil Phyllis Good left Saturday for a trip to the Black Hills. Ferris i having a vacation from the Dau Garage and Melvin from the Hub Clothiers. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Rythcr eel cbrated their 32nd wedding anniversary at Burt, Sunday, at the Tom Godden home, the occasion also being the birthday anniversary of Mr. Godden. Virgil Fryman of Holy Cross nni Beatrice Klesncr of Farley stopped at the Ignatius Wernert nnd th Wernert sisters home enroute from Remsen Sunday. Mr. Fryman is a cousin of Mr. Wernert. The Plncy Woods Singers of PI ney Woods, Mississippi, plan ti give a sacred program on Wednes day, August 18th at 8 p. m. at th Trinity Lutheran church. The pub lie is cordially invited. Elmer Hartshorn, barber, is ser iously 111 at Iowa City, where h underwent a major operation Fr day. His wife and daughter, G«n . evleve returned Sunday. He has been ailing for some time. Wayne Bradfield of Austin, Mln nesota, spent the week end wit his wife and baby daughter. Pa' rlcia, who are visiting Mrs. Brad field's mother, Mrs. Julia Benson for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright an Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller attendc the funeral of D. J. Logan at Spen cer, Sunday. He died Thursday an was burled Sunday. Mrs. Loga and Mrs. Fuller as sisters. Ignatius Wornort had the mlsfor tune to cut his middle linger on hi right hand to the bone, Monday when he was suwing lumber prepar ing to repair a barn on his farm three miles west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller re turned from Minneapolis Friday where they had been since Tucsda visiting at the home of Mr. an Mrs. L. H. Crawford and family, Mrs. Crawford is a daughter of th Millers. August Schmidt, rellred farmer has returned from Rochester, Mln nesota, and la In a critical conditio at his homo suffering from cance of the mouth. He has lived in A gona the past eight years comin from the Letts Creek vicinity. Freda Was*enberg and Margaret McElroy of Chicago are guests thi week of the former's slater, Mra. L. E. Llnnan at Okoboji. Mra. Lin nan's parents, Mr. and Mra. Fran Wassenberg, returned to their horn in Marysville, the first of the week Ruth Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mra. W. J. Payne, returned to her duties at the Godden Monument Works, Monday morning after a week's vacation spent at Decorah visiting a friend, Alice Buer, and with friends and relatives at Harpers Ferry. Catherine McCall of Dew Moines left Tuesday morning for Detroit, Michigan, to attend the national convention of Alpha Iota sorority. Catherine is the national secretary of the sorority at Des Moines. She is the daughter of Mr. und Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. «. B. Waller returned, Tuesday, from a ten day trip to Detroit und other points in Michigan. They took in the National Editorial Association convention and went on a four day tour of tUe state under MU'liigau Editorial Association guidaiu-e. Katheriue IluU-liismi of Waterloo, daughter of Hea Iluethison, who has been visiting her grandparents, Mrs. R. J. Hutchison and Lewis Krantz, had an attack of acute appendicitis Tuesday night at 10:30 and was rushed to the Kossutii hospital for an emergency operation. Mrs. C. E. McLaughUn und daughters of St. Paul, will spend the week end with the J. J. Dooley and the Pat Dooley families. Mrs. McLaughlin was formerly Mayme Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kennedy and family of St. Paul will spend the week end with Mrs. Kennedy's parents, Mr. and Mra. John Goeder» and with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. A little note of three weeks ago enoting the relative conditions of busy night at the liquor store, vas cause for an invitation to visit lie place and see and learn the facts f its operation. Manager Sherman ourteously explained the opening nd closing times, the hours worked y each man. the unloading of cases, le reports to be made out nnd the reatment of customers. The store loses at nine o'clock each night nd this time is strictly adhered to. There is no closing the door in a ustomer's face. About three min- tes to nine the clerk in charge ooks up and down the, street and nyone waiting is invited to step nside. However, there are those ho are always late. From thirty econds to a half hour after the door s locked people try the door, holler n. beg and barter but to no avail, 'he door is NEVER opened again o admit a man. The clerks go to work at nine in the morning. They must restock the shelves, check each eparate bottle, make out reports and a daily invoice. Oftentimes heir work is completed before el- iven o'clock, the opening hour. iVhen this occurs the door is opened and customers are served, from nine to nine is a matter of ,welve hours. Twelve hours is a day's work and the boys feel they have done It. In keeping with the state laws, Mr. Sherman is required to revoke a permit Issued to sarties who abuse it or take one rom a person not entitled to possess one. This one man can cause more trouble and create more discontent than a dozen men can patch up. His abusive words are directed at the employees of the store, men who are faultless nnd not to blame. Let us hope this little explanation will set aright the in TheMcm About Town Say a Wedding License A license to wed was issued to Gornld Pensehoter. 33, and Bessie Shaniborg. 34, both of Winnebngo. Minn., in the office of Mrs. K J. McEvoy. clerk of court, Tuesday. Plum Creek News John Gross is it busy man these days combining grain. Threshing started here at the Floyd Gardners last Monday and Tuesday at the Austin Gardners. Crouch and Fitzgerald come next. The oats are in fine shape for doing good work. Thelnia Albright from Hayfield. Minn., returned to her home last Wednesday after spending ten days with her grandparents, the C. B. Albrights, also helping to break in a spring coldt to lead and ride. She wants to ride him at the county fair. Fishing licenses are useless for fishing in the Des Moines river as the biggest flsh in the river this season, are bullheads, about the length of a lend pencil. Yet the river side will attract fishers there on hot days. Jean Altwegg who has been spending a week visiting home folks here, returned last Saturday to Elkader. Iowa, where she is operating n beauty parlor. opposing thoughts—that arise CASH - Paid For Old Gold Dental Gold, Broken Jewelry, Watch cases, etc. BORCHARDT'S DRUGS AND JEWELRY ARMSTRONG NEW you. • • « What would you do if tire trouble or a stalled motor dogged you between the Kossuth county line and Humboldt on highway 169? Signs every mile on each side of the road warn you to keep off the shoulder because of the new seeding. The aw as It is more or less understood compels a driver to use the shoulder when stopping. How nice It would be to drive off the pavement in town on to gravel roads without dropping four or five Inches Into holes. Still nicer to drive onto the pavement from gravel, one gets such bigger bumps. Such negligent cost, too, a load or two or gravel and a man to tamp Memories or sleet, soft sr.ow and ice as we watched Milton Dahl with a shovel supplying dirt between his auto tires and long juicy grass. The grass furnished no traction, the wheels went round and round and the car remained Immobile. Not where you are thinking, the car was parked right In front of the garage. • • • Something new In the life of Nanny Bruns. He sat down to assist a friend in the task of milking. The first cow he ever approached. As the milk streamed into the pull the thrill and excitement was stunning. Like a peal of thunder the barn resounded with the words, "It comes, It comes." » » » "Swede" Is the nickname of a painter. "Swede" recently went into business for himself. If you have any doubt as to his future success you ure permitted to change your opinion. The contractor who formerly employed "Swede" was obliged to hire five men to take his place. • • * A youiiR first year farmer raising a few chickens desired to have his cockerels cuponized to get bigger birds with better meat. An expert from town did the work. Not a bird was lost. The operations were successful. But Included in the patient list were a number of choice pullets. The Armstrong school will open Monday. Sept. 6th. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter spent Sunday evening at the Joe Von Bank home. Raymond Hoppus and LeRoy Lc- Vnn returned the first part of the week from a fishing trip in Minn. Mrs. Roy Loomer and son of Chicago. concluded a few weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Anna Loomer. Leo Fitzgibbons, a sludent at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, is spending a few days at the parental D. A. Fitzgibbons home. Miss Marinda Paris, a student in nurses' training at Peoria, III., in spending a two weeks' vacation nt the parental Charles Parish liomc. Miss Antclla Hnlverson of Fairmont. and Curtis Halverson and Arnold Lamere of Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the home. Cecil Halverson Cummings NEW FALL DRESSES FLORAL CHINTZ POPLINS FLOCK DOTS Sizes H to 4(3 Now Stylos Arriving; daily. CUMMINGS Fined in Clear Lake Joe Grandjennett, St. Benedict, was fined $5 and costs at Clear Lake In justice court, after r, charge of passing a car on a hill was lodged against him by state highway patrolmen. F. H. Runchey of West Bend is lit Charles City attending a dealer training school being held by the Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories. It is a two weeks school and training course. The school closes Friday. Reader Comment Sister Passes On Livermore: W. M. Smith of this place received a telegram Tuesday telling of the death of a sister, Mrs. Charles Swartout of Omaha. Mr. Smith will attend the funeral, leaving Livermore by bus on Wednesday. Editors Algona Upper Des Moines and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: We are old enough in the world to know that sometimes people with a desire for stirring up trouble will go to any means to do so, and we have also known for some time that some of our public officials have little to do in their working hours. But several days ago, when a party of eight, including one county, one city and six state men ar- j rived at our farm, and proceeded to search the premises 1'ur liquor, v^e were more than just surprised— we were floored. The fact that they found no liquor was easy to explain: there was none to be found, and there wuuld nut have been any laat, nor will there be any next week, or the week after. We are not storing or supplying liquor to anybody, and it makes us plenty hot, as good, conscientious American citizens, to have a bunch of officers drop in and give us a good going over. But then, the world is made up of all kinds of people, and perhaps we had better just laugh it oft. But for the sake of whoever sent in false reports about us, we advise them to keep their distance from our property. YANSER BROS. George and Ralph. Confessions of a bandit chief who crowned himself king. A true btury tu> exciting a* auy Arabian NighU' tale. Iii the American Weekly, the i»»«flmina distributed with next Suuduy'g Chicago Herald and Examiner. We Thank You: After doing business for one year in Algona, it 1ms been t^io pleasure of our store to experience an unusually fine response to our First Anniversary Sale, held last week. We anticipated an added volume of business, but liad no idea that our Anniversary Sale, capably presented through newspaper advertising, would bring in such a volume of business from both old and new customers. For this we express the Deepest appreciation. During the past year we have endeavored to the best of our ability, with the aid of the Independent (j moors' Alliance, of which we arc a member, to conduct a clean, modem, up-to-date store, with qualify merchandise priced where it should he—in reach nt'every family porketbook. You will tind us striving in our second year of business in Algona and Kossuth county to make even a better rec- or< THANK YOU! O. W. Baldwin John Baldwin Frank Baldwin BALDWIN'S I. G. A. FOOD MARKET , . , IN GRADE SCHOOL :•*•). IN HK3H SCHOOL JIMMY'S GETTING BETTER GRADES SINCC HI'S tEAftNCO TO TYPE I I ENVY YOU, JIM TOUR UNDERWOOD SUM TURNS OUT NEAT WORK IM BAYS HIS SttEDY-\ UNDERWOOD ENABLES HIM TO SPEND MORE TIME IN ATHLETIC Genuine UNDERWOOD PORTABLES Priced Low as let An UNDERWOOD 1 Portable Typewriter Be Your Helperl Wb«t*vcr jrou do... whether you're youoc or o!4...» Underwood Portable wiU hdp »«i« row writia» proUeuu. Uctvuihew ywtkwiwiBodcU. 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