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f. -M' • The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algous, fowa, Jan. 4,1938 LOCAL-NOTES. inJK Afra Ml*, v • B* It*, artd Mrs. Harold it tfew Year 1 " «*« a»d Xt» and Mr*. MarH* "it thTweek end In Dei Molnes their friends, Mr. and Mrs. M>7and MM. Mc- the Clements at house New Year's and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ot. and Mrs. Moyd Moekey were t and hostess to Mf. and Mrs. Bartiett, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar dertor., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (told Mr. and Mrs. Melvto Knoii, ma fBob Williams at a New Tears dinner. r. «id Mr*. Fred Bar»ol«m*w daughter, Janice, will return (Tuesday) after a week'* vls- - HIM*. Chrtachllles returned to work for a time Monday. He has been 111 with the flu. O. D. Shamway Monday, to attend to business matters. Mrs. Btttelyn Bftnke ''"?™ < ?J?Mrs L. F. Rice, haa left f° T . c *! ItarnlsC where she will spend the * M "'and Mrs. Adam Lleb of Algona were Tuesday I*"-*'"* * at the Edward Lieb home In C and Mrs. L. O. »•*«* Year's day. . .. . and Mrs. Art »ackman of the shank home in Algona. Johnson, city mall carrier H, Crawford and family. Mrs. Bartholomew and Mrs. Crawford «re sisters. _ tit* and Mrs. T. H. Klnch of »rft 'Dodge were Algona business visitors Monday. T. H. Kirsch. former proprietor of the Algona and Cleaners, Is now op- , erating the Band Box Cleaners In Vtitt Dodge. tSr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan and Ruth McKee took Charles Steven- "Stt as far as Mankato, Sunday, on S? return trip to MjnW "•, Wfcere he is a student at the Un- t««nity of Mtanerot*. Charles •sent the holidays at the home of httmother. Mrs. Theo. Herbst Bate Skbmer left Sunday for CM- cmgo to attend a meeting at Ginn * Company, for whom she is employed. Kate spent a month s vaca- tton with her mother, Mrs. Anna , Skinner, and at San Antonio, Tex- Siiwlth Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley. The two latter women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephen- ttn, of Arnolds Park, Mr. and Mrs. «arl Taylor and son, Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis and son, Donnie, were entertained at a New Tear's dinner at the homepf Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. The •Women are daughters of Mr. and jirs. DeGraw. - Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephen- aim returned to their home at Arn- <dds Park, Sunday. Mr. Stepncn- soh visited here both Christmas and COAL Try NORA Lump or Nut * Lots of Heat Clean Dustless li Hasely Lumber Company Phone 234 "Near Milwaukee Depot" . tTbe downton Monday for a tlm*. on « Alex Bonnstetter and ?R« and Herman Bonnstetter, all of West Bend. S. Johnson lelt Johnson lsowner of the Johnson grocery store here out of Syracuse for the Monarcn Stove Company. . .,«„., Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent^ left on iday vacation. They expected to re- turnto Algor-a * of Fort were recent grain elevator. Mr. and Mrs. . . -\Ir« Chan. Larson and daugn- have moved to Algona from Titon- kt JJeulah has lived in Algona the part few years and is employed at the Neville shoe store. j Stephenson, and Is the •-••---•engineer at Arnolds Park, Being transferred from Boone. Dearchs ot Waterloo left of her parents, jnra n. H. Dearchs, for tw™'w^eks. Julia Is employed by the home economics department for the Norge Company at Waterloo. Esther Dearchs returned to Mason City Sunday, where she is a teacher in the Wilson school after spend- "g the holidays with her pa--" Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs and Mrs. Henry Pederson of Humboldt were also guests of the H. H Dearchs during the holiday season Mrs Pederson, another Dearchs daughter, win be remembered as Bernlce Dearchs. Mr. DOUBLE SPORTS BILL Algona Hi School Friday January 7th 1938 Basketball Algona Hi vs Clear Lake 7 -.:'.u p. M. Wrestling Algona High vs. Eagle Grove After Basketball — Students 20< Adults 2,K; WVVSAftWAAAWVWVW Qt<w»lr i! Colwell Live Stock AUCTION Fair Grounds, Algona, Iowa FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1938, 1 P. M. We are tiaviug a real KOCH] sule eM-ii wwk. This last two », especially Uie crowd, was Uie largest it lias been in tho three years. There in a good assortment of pigs, veail calves, sheep, hours and cattle of various ages and sites. W» Mill quite a number of cuttle tiiat have bevn on feed. Bring in any live stock you cure to sell, we IMUI tuid it a new hunie. Bidding is spirited, plenty of competition between shippers aiul farmer feeder*. You are assured of receiving all your slock is worth. Sell cither by the head or by weight We sell stock iu order U arrives so be ill early and vuurs will be sold while the crowd is all then-. WILL HAVE A FEW \VOKK HOKSES H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Iowa State Bank, Ck>rk t'oitveil Bros, Aucto. Frances Duffy and Irene McDonnell attended the funeral of HArvey Hlgley at Whittemore last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mi*. Andrew Johnson spent Chrstmas with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Johnson, Irvlngton. Mr. and Mr*. I* E. Lliuian returned Monday from Chicago, where they had spent New, Tear's with Mrs. Linnan's sisters. D«nM« Becker arrived last week Monday for a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Beckt-t He is located In Denver, Colorado. Mn. Carl Spies returned to her home in Emmetsburg Thursday after a few days' visit with her brothers. Lelghton and Lawrence Misbach and other Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell moved Friday from the Vera apartments Into the home vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dau on South Dodge. Mr. Bell Is employed by Joe Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Brown of Buffalo, New York, spent the holidays visiting Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson here, and Mr. Brown's parents at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rising, Algona, and daughter, Marion of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell and son, Dickie, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising. New Year's Day. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Clopton have moved from the E. Dreesman home where they had been living with Mrs. Clopton's parents. Mr. Clopton is a tailor and Mrs. Clopton is a clerk at the Chrischilles store. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter, southwest of Algona, were dinner guests ast week Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Hodges. At Christmas the Potters entertained their daughter, Gaile, clerk at Cummlngs, Bud Zender and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAtee. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradflelrl and daughter, Patty, returned to their home at Austin, Minnesota, Sunday, after visiting at the B. P. Benson home. Mrs. Bradfleld and Patty were here during the entire loliday season, and Mr. Bradfleld was here for the week ends. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson spent Christmas with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Johnson at Eagle Grove. The Carroll Johnsons were Sunday dinner guests at the K. K. Fox home of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Fox are the uncle and aunt of Mrs. Johnson. Barbara Haggard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, returned to her home Friday from the Carroll hospital, where she has been recuperating for six weeks from broken legs suffered In a car accident. It will be necessary to keep the legs in the casts for another six weeks. Pat Cullen Is back at the Zender store where he clerked for two or three years before going to Emmetsburg where he was employed in the Beebe store the past year. He took over his new duties Monday following the change in ownership with the departure of Mr. Caldwell from the firm, following the sale earlier in the year. H. A. Van Atatyno, <**, Is recovering from a sprained following a fall while on duty Friday night. Marshal Van Alstyne was Inspecting the back doors of the store buildings on the north aide of the street, when he fell on some ice in back of the Zender store. He was taken home and ex pects to be at work again in a few days. Betty. Eleanor and Joe Edg«" returned to their home in Mitchell, South Dakota. Saturday morning. They met their parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Edge, who were return- Ing from Chicago on the train. Dr. Edge was the former Methodist minister here. Betty and Joe were holiday guests at the pennU Pratt, home, and Eleanor was the guest of! Eleanor Thorpe. Glanvllle and Clarence Blake ol Border. Minn., were in Algona last Tuesday visiting Jack Johnston, gr The men are sons of the late Charley Blake. Enroute down here they stopped In Albert Lea to visit their mother. Glanville's wife died last spring and a fire last November destroyed all his household goods. Clarence is farming 800 acres near Border and Glanville has been staying with him the past few weeks. Friends of Mr. and Mr». Karl Shumway will be interested to learn that they are now living in Niagara Falls. New York, where Karl has a position in a printing establishment. When they left Algona they moved to Athens, New York, but labor trouble* brought about their move. Mrs. Shumway is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Larson of Algona. Karl was employed for a number of years in the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Mrs. Ernest Priebe of Lone Rock Is 71 Lone Rock: Relatives and friend* helped Mrs. Ernest Priebe celebrate her 71st birthday last Thursday evening. Attending were: the Clarence Priebes, Algona; the Edward Priebes, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Fenton; the Ralph Priebes and the Robert Eishenbergers, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voight, Taopka. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mr. and Mrs William FU- chtr, Rudolph and Henry Fischer, Arthur Priebe and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman. Maynard Genrich, Iowa State Grad Lone Rock: Merwyn ChrUtenson, i'croiiipariied by Mr.v Fred Genrich ,nid Mr. and Mrb. M. K. Blanthar.i, uruve io Ames Wednesday to attend the graduation exercises at Iowa Hlulf College. Maynard Ger.- rah was u member of the class. He< etecojiipaiiitd thc';i hi_-ju to the parental Krt-d Genrn n home. Bob Grooters Hurt Boh Grooters. aon of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Grooters of Algona. in itcovering this week from bruiiea Buffered when he w;i.i struck by an autotnoblie while delivering papers lait Saturday evening He was Uik- vn to a hospital where he underwent x-rays, but no bones were broken. He was able to go to school this week. TOaaeeearaflMMMB^^ Hospital News § tofrttal News Monday, December 27—Mrs. John B. HAnsen of Fenton, major surgery. Tuesday, December 28-Afrs. Ubbe Doden of Woden entered for medical treatment. Wednesday, December 2ft—Mrs Anna Helmers of Algona, medical. Wednesday, December 29—Mrs. S. W. Meyers of Algona entered for major surgery. Saturday, January 1—Mrs. WH- mer Wlchtendahl of Whlttemora gave birth to a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McConneO of Nevada were week end guests of Kathleen Holtzbauer. Leona Stewart was in and unable to attend to her duties at Marie's Beauty Salon. Friday. Paul HntchlM of LoOowe, Wl*u, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Bob Harrington and Omega McGrath spent the week end in Rockford, Illinois, visiting friends. Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll attended the funeral of her cousin, John Welhe at Postville, Iowa, last week Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Hans L. Pearee of Sheldon were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap and Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk. jo Ann and Dean Lowe, children of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Lowe, returned Friday from Hampton, where they had been visiting their grandmother, W. W. Shroyer for a week. Betty Gunn rentrned to Ames on Monday after spendir.gr the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Betty is a student of home economics at the Iowa State college. Mr. and Mrs. Tyrrell Ingersoll of Cedar Rapids were week end guests ' of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. The former Mr. Ingersoll, an attorney, is the son of the C. L. Ingersolls. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan of Des Molnes spent New Year's day with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Potter and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan of Bancroft. U. S. S. Wyoming:, o-o Postmaster. New York City. New York, is the present address of Rev. R. M. Schwyhart, naval chaplain, who was a former pastor of the Algona Baptist church. John Christensen, son of Sir. and Mrs. P. J. Chritsensen, returned Thursday to Flagstaff. Arizona, where he is a student at the Arizona State Teachers College. John was home for the holidays. Esther Pratt returned to Des Moines, Monday, to resume her studies at the AIB business college. Ida Halpin drove with her as far as Ames, where she is a student at the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie, left Friday for the Twin Cities. They were guests of Mrs. Bloom's relatives. Joe returned on Monday, but Mrs. Bloom and Dickie will remain for two weeks. Emma Spongberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albln Spongberg. returned Sunday awning to her leaching duties at West tfttfon after e holiday* with her parent*. Matte Cratty, who WM rtslttng her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty during the holidays, returned M Minneapolis. Sunday, where ih* teach«« school. R. 1 Cratty's health i« much improved. 'OWN* ttefly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly, and Bill Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barry returned to Omaha, where they are students at Crelghton University. They had been home since December 17. Mr. and Mr*. Tom IJnk and family moved to Clarion, Thursday, December 30. Mr. Link has received a promotion from the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. He was employed In the office here. Lorn Kohl underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Thursday afternoon and is much Improved at this time. Lulu Is bookeeper and clerk at the Coast to Coast store, and will return to her duties in about three weeks. George C. Scobee and wife nnd children. Barbara and James, moved to Algona from Britt, Monday. Mr. Scobee Is taking the place left vacant by C. A. Joynt as station agent at the Milwaukee depot. Mr. Scobee has been located at Brltt for 18 years. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Byson are the parents of a son, Carter Duanc, born December 21, at noon. The young man weighed seven pounds, three ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Byson live at Juniper Beach, Stanwood, Washington. This makes our John Bysons grandparents. Eleanor Payne will upend the coming week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne and visiting Algona friends. Eleanor will complete a month of night duty at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, where she is a student nurse. Mrs. C Anderson returned to Chicago, Thursday, after visiting since Monday at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nelson, the home of her niece, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas, and with Mrs. Alma Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. August Strom. We received a letter and enclosed check from Addie M. Arpke of Appleton, Wisconsin, for the renewal of her subscription, last week. She reported that she still enjoys reading the Algona paper bringing her the news from old Kossuth county, where she lived for so many years. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klnna- mon of Brooklyn spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Genrich, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McFad- Card of Thanks I wish to thank the post offica employees, my patrons, and friends for the flowers, gifts and greeting cards which have been sent to mo during my illness the past few weeks. They were all greatly appreciated.—Stanley Johnson. 1 Card of Thanks We wish to express our deep and sincere appreciation for the kindness and sympathy expressed by our friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement and loss of our husband and father, August Schmidt Mrs. August Schmidt and children. 1» den. Mrs. KinhaJts*.will remain for th* rest of the j**k. MrfJMe- Fadden and Mrs. Oenflerj art Mrs. Klnnarnon's sttift. ; Roy Nichols «* ttoYon, Smith Dakota, came to Ajfoha, Saturday and stayed until Monday at the home of hfs brotMeMn-la* and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Laldley. Mr. Nichols was alio looking after business Interests in Algdna. Fort Dodge relatives 6f Mrs. : Laldley were also visitor! in Algona. Mr. and Mrs.^fheo|Wtenh»on and children, Sue and Teddy, drove to D*s Molnes, Monday, oft a business mission. Betty Murtagh accompanied them at far an Ames, from where she drove to Iowa City with friends. Betty la attending the University of Iowa, and spent the holiday season with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. A 6:80 dinner was given at the W. J. Becker home Saturday evening honoring the 24th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Becker. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Haverly of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, and the son, Dennis, who had come home for the holidays from Denver, Colorado. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, ; KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4333 In District Court, Jan-' uary Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Janet F. L. Wadsworth, Deceased, dated November 10, 1934, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 31st day of January, 1938, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all person's intersted are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they jiave, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 27, 1937. KATHARINE McKVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. J. L. Bonar, N atty. 1-3 Donald N. Blo*«om Die* jli California Donald Nunns Blossom died at Long Beach, California, December 23, 1837. Funeral services ware held at the Reynolds funeral borne December 20 at Los Angeles by Rev. Kendell, He is surwled by his Wife, Dorothy, daughter of the late B. M. Foster of Minneapolis, son, Robert, daughter* Jean, mother Mrs. J. R, Blossom of Donald -" at Bart received his and brother R it 10, to the pnbHe schools of St Paul, a»d LttcMMd, t Minnesota, and graduated from tn*- University of Minnesota, He was a member of the Presbyterian church aftd the Phi ' nlty. He M seas with the Canadian engineers His father and two brothers, Claur and Gerald, preceded hint In death.. Delta frater-, .» months over- Classified Ads ,?/'•'.*'$.' " "*'•£ For Sale FOR SALE—Baled alfalfa, wild hay, soy bean hay and straw. Baling done at any time.—Ralph Hurlburt, Phone 3802, Lone Rock. 1* Man, 80, Breaks Hip SI. Jut: John Fubriuann, 80, wha fell recently and broke bin hip, U getting along an well as can be expected. FOR SALE—1938 Oldsmobile touring tudor. Hoenk Motor Co. West of Court House. 1 FOR SALE-Electric radio. Phono 514-W, Algona. 51-tf SO BUSHELS SEED Corn going at cut prices. Old customers ara reporting 75 to 80 bus. per acre, and getting theirs for spring. -A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore. 1-2* FOR SALE—1937 Pontiac coupe. —Hoenk Motor Co., West of Court House. 1 FOR SALE—Eveready Preston*, on hand.- Hoenk Motor Co. West of Court House. 1 WOULD YOU LIKE to plant hybrid seed corn for next spring, which is well graded and good germinating? See Walter Vaudt, local representative Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn, Whittemore. 1 FOR SALE—Two new 5-room bungalows, with garage, just cum- pleted. One located Minnesota and McGregor, other Elm and Phillips. Phone 108. 48Mf NOTICE—Every want ad in The Upper Des Molnes with 3400 circulation. Is picked up yid carried without extra charge in The Saturday Shopper, 2000 blanket circulation of Algona and Algona routes. Why be satisfied with less? Food A SANDWICH large, or a steak well done, to the Silver Gray good eaters run. For Your Car BEST REFERENCE we can offer is the steady growth of our gasoline and oil business—D-X products hold steady customers.— Johnson's Service Station. 1 2 Feature* 21c Wed. Thru Saturday Guard" Second < Feature Laugh* all the way Inventory Blues Chrischilles Store We are singing the "Inventory Bines" Oil* week, bat we we never too bmy to wait on customers. We nave added extra girls and are ottering choice bargains In seasonable, winter merchandise. Come In and supply yourself wltti Mean, desirable, wanted dry goods and apparel ai reduced ifrteM. Lot of satin pajamas, formerly sold •at tio.(JO and up to $11.75, you choice for only .v.. $5.95 All children's silk and wool dresses—sizes from 3 to 1«—beautiful styles, sharply reduced. All Fall and Winter Doris Dodsons reduced for quick selling—all sizes are available from 1J, to 17. Lot of Wellesley Mellosuedes and Woolenalre sport dresses, high shades, excellent styles, sizes from 14 to 18, £f* AC buy them for only .^W«5F«J Rousing Blanket Specials Here's the biggest blanket values of the year—buy now and keep warm. 72x84 (pote size) staple cotton blanket In attractive block plaids full color range—a great buy $1.79 70x80 Nashua part wool blanket, satin binding and a fluffy, heavy covering, all colors, think of It-only Full bed size, single sheet blankets at the lowest price in years, plaids, all colors, only 36-inch heavy outing flannel in both light and dark colors—a real buy for only 59c 15c TWO BIG BATT SPECIALS 72x90 3-lb. stitched batt, only 49c 72x90 3-lb. wool batt, only 98c Also attractive prices on our entire line of all wool blankets. (•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I S At the ANNEX • H •—we offer at our Little Bargain Paradise, some exceptional* • bargains In cotton dremea and silk frocks—value* so Astound-g •ing that you probably wouldn't believe It If we told you aJxnitpj {them in this advertisement. So well Just urge you to comeB •and M. the cotton dre^e. gg^ £g • •we're selling at - - - wv»»^ wwVg 2 And the silk one* that are going fast at • : $1.99 $2.99 $3.99 5 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••ft Special Prices on a Very Fine Selection of Cloth Coats nmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt S !•••* WE CLEAN the interior of your car with every grease job or oil change. No extra charge.—Vic's Tire Service. Phone 856. 1* Miscellaneous FOR SALE—»8 bass accordian, good condition.—Evelyn Weber. Corwith, Iowa. 1* FOR SALE:—Jap hulless popcorn, new type, extra good, freshly husked, shelled and winded. Pops like lightning.—Merle Wellendorf. 48-39* FOR SALE—Good Hampshire gilts bred for March and April far- row, also buff and barred, culled »nd blood tested pullets.—C. C. Baas, Weat Bend. 1-** FOR SALE—At a Bargain, One 1932 Chev. truck with large grain box. also ene :"»38 F->rd tudor uedan. —Western Crdeit Company. iitt FOR SALE—Eighten large buff Orpbington pullets; good mule.— Wm. Durant. 1* Wanted WANTED A Hampshire boar. H. A. Betes, Algona, 20F21. 1 MEN WANTED (75 a month paid to many men at first and more later. Local manager of nationally known company want* to hire several men for work In this locality. Deliver orders to farmers, render service and do other work. Farm experience very desirable. Car necessary. Permanent work. You only need to give your name and address. Addrew* Box 687«, care of tbia paper. Name A4dreo« OUR HOL8TEIN bulls ready fcr heavy service. T. B. and Bangs tested. P. O. M. 37th breeding. Bert McCorkle & Son, Algona, la. I' FARMS FOR SALE—AH «tzea price*, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf FARM LOANS—Ten year farm loans, 4'/s, no commission.—C. Wl Nlcoulin, Real Estate, Algona, Iowa. 43-U» REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farm*, a!»o real buys on Algona lota and homes.—Kohlhaa* Bros., phone 22. 20-tf LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest.—Edw. Capeslu*. HeUe Bldg, Algona, Iowa. 23-tf MEETING NOTICE SEVERAL MEN WANTED FOR SPECIAL LOCAL FARM WORK Men of livestock experience in this city and ill small town* or on faruu in thin and adjoining counties—and who have cars— are urged to bo present at » very iiiteiusting meeting to consider this work. Meeting heU at the Algona Hotel, Atgona, lowi, Saturday afternoon, January 8, 1838, at two o'clock. You will be welcome whether you are intereeted in a new Job or not. Very Interesting and valuable llveotook information will be given you by a practical, well informed ntan. No tt^tfriiftfrMffn charge will be fMiidi* aft tmy meeting. You will get information that you will vatue ail your Ub* Arrive lirtMupUy and briny; your wife if Bargains to Make Januaiy a LOMK- Remcinbered Month Shoppers who share in this January Clearance will have good reasons to happily remember this month of Bargains. Wonderful Clearance values. Visit our store. Inventory Drops in Living Room, Bedroom and Living Room Suites. Save as much as 40% on many Suites Small down payment holds goods for March lut delivery. Special Price on a umiAu <l 9*12 Rugs in Axminsters t*l Velvet* Foster Furniture Co.

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