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The Algona Upper Des Molaes, Algofia, Iowa, Sept. 91, Iflgg Hospital News » KoMtith Hospital Wednesday. September 21—Mrs, Bernard Schneider of West Bend grave birth to a baby girl. Thursday, September 22—V tsabelle Hauser of Corwith entered With ft broken leg. Thursday, September 22—Albert Wlbben of Bancroft underwent an appendectomy. Saturday. September 25—Mrs. Nels Beck of Algona entered for medlca" care. Sunday, September 25—Mrs. Lor cnz Bormann of LuVerne gave birth to a baby girl. Ornornl Thursday, September 22—Fay F Schlenslg of Corwith ehtered for major surgery. Friday, September 23—Mrs. Car Walker of Algona gnve birth to a baby girl, Friday, September 23—Mrs. R. E Ferguson of Corwith. minor surgery Friday, September 23—Ed Chambers of Corwith, tonslllectomy. A. & P. Food Store MONEY SAVERS 3V 2 1 pkg. PIULSBURVS PANCAKE FLOUR Upton's Black Tea ^4 Ib. pkg 23c % Ib. pkg 39c Lipton's Green Tea Y 4 Ib. pkg. 15c H Ib. pkg. 27c lona Cocoa 2 Ib. pkg. 15c lona "New Pack" Peas __4 No. 2 cans 29c lona Tomato Sauce Beans two 23 oz ens 15c KEN-L- Ration 3-16 oz cans 23c Red Circle €offee two 1 Ib. bags 33c Penick's SYRUP crystal white golden ? •an Crackers —2 Ib. box 15c Sunnyfleld Pancake Flour 5 Ib bag 19c A.&P. Sauerkraut 3-2%cns 26c Oxydol __giant pkg. 57c Post Toasties 2-13 oz. pkg. 17c Rail Mason Fruit Jars qts. 69c GOLD MEDAL "Kltchen-Te«t«l" FLOUE Ib. n _ 49 Ib. * t- imff 85c bug 1.65 SunnylSekl Flour __49 Ib. bag $1.15 Tokay Grapes 4 Ibs 25c Cobbler Potatoes p.k 19c '&&P FOOD STORES I * • OWNFO »NP OfCRAUD BV IHt CfUAT MIANIIC AMD PACIFIC HA COMPANY SPECIAL OFFKKr—School I'en-| ell set for only lOr and labels from tiny 'i Ann Pa«e ItvniN. ] A*>k nmnuKer for detail*. HENRY H. HUDSON DIES IN MINN. Brother of Mrs. B. P. Reed Dies in Minn. Was Al gona Grocer and Printer Henry Hallock Hudson, son of the late Dr. M. H. Hudson, a Kosuth pioneer, died at Detroit Lakes. Mln nesota, September 24. The remains were brought here for burial in th famil lot in Rivcrview, accompanle( by his son. Milo, with whom he hat long made his home. Funeral services were held Mon day at Ulen, Minn., and commltt ment services are being held here this afternoon. • He was born in Frnnkllnville. Long Island. March 17, 1857. Shortly aft erwnrds his parents moved to IIII nols, then to Kossuth county in 1865 He grew up on the family homesteac cast of Algona. After his marriage April 28, 1885. to Cora Morford o' Alpha, Illinois, ho moved into town clerked In the Langdon & Hudson grocery (now Long's). Inter con ducting a grocery of his own. Mrs Hudson died in 1903. When the Advance was founded Mr. Hudson learned the printer'* trade and worked in that newspaper shop for several years. About 2; years ago he moved to South Dakota and engaged in farming with his son. They went to Minnesota in 1932. He is survived by his sister, Mrs B. F. Reed, his three children, H>n- Hallock, Jr., an editor in Titiusvllle, Florida; Milo of Ulen. Minn.; Lucille, Mrs. Oscar Olson of Claremont, Calif. There are also four grandchildren and one great grandchild, His oldest son. Lockle. died In 1926. Mrs. B. F. Reed and her daughter. Mrs. M. A. Stewart, of Vankton, S. D., came Monday and were here for the services, also Mr. and Mrs. Fay F. Reed of Sioux Falls. Lee H Reed, another nephew lives here, also Geo. Hoflus. a cousin by mar riage. Mr. Hudson was a devoted and earnest member of the M. E. church, a man respected by all who knew him for his quiet conscientious performance of duty, and his simple, 'rusting faith. Fenton Sunday School Elects New Officers Fenton: The annual election of officers of the M. E. Sunday School was held last week Monday evening with the following results: superintendent, W. E. Stoeber; assistant superintendent, Mrs. Charles Newel; senior superintendent, Mrs. .T. ~. Waterman; assistant superintend, ent to be named; cradle roll super- ntendcnt. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod; ;cmperance superintendent. Mrs. Don Weisbrod; missionary super- ntentlent, Mrs. Fred Brown; llbrar- inn. Dale Weisbrod: secretary. Ed ?chlel; treasurer. Wilbert Holldorf ind pianist, Edith Wolfe. Good Reason For Mail Being Late Citizens of Algona who have been iked by the Inte arrival of mail luring several days of the past week may be interested to know that the ausc, high water, involves the Mississippi region spanned by one of he largest of the few pontoon bridges in the world. At this point near McGregor, 'owa. there ure two channels scp- iratcd by about 1.5 miles of islands ind .sloughs. Mn.st of the bridge if, on it pile treslc. but in each cf the •hanncls there is a pontoon that can be floated open to allow boats to ss. Tile trucks on the pontoons MIC supported on a cribbing of blocks resting on jackscrrws and a.s the river rises and fulls the level of the track is raised ami lowered !ti compensate for the change. As there i.s a difference of 22 feet between the two Ktage.s of the river the level of the tracks must be continually altered to keep the floating section nt the same elevation as the trestles. In the eastern channel the pontoon, when dropped downstream, j'ives a 1110-foot opening, while in the main channel t>n the Iowa side the opening \n 340 feet wide. The two pontoons are opened and closed by steam engines pulling on a chain. Chid Guessers Tied for Honor; Girl Takes Third And now for the battle this week end. Replies must be in by Saturday morning. The winners gfl a year's subscription, eight month's nnd six months' subscription. Here's the schedule for Saturday, and our choices—which don't mean n thing: Luther (0) nt Iowa State (20). Bradley (8) at Chicago (141. Indiana <«> nt Ohio State (13). DePnul (0) at Illinois (7). Michigan Stnte (7) at Michigan (14). Nebraska (0) at Minnesota (6). Kansas Stnte (0) at Northwestern (14). Kansas (0) nt Notre Dame (13>. Butler (0> nt Purdue (27). Marquette (6) nt Wisconsin (20). There they are, fans; cogitate cnme fourth, nnd In the next group.) nnd then send In your replies lo the who missed two gnmes were Jim | Football Corner. Algona Upper Des \K}Jh upsets being scored, even In the fl!*st football games of the year, two Algona fans tied for first and second place In the 1938 Upper Des Molne's football guessing contest, an* a young lady, Omega McGrath, took third. The Ohio U. victory over Illinois was the game that upset the apple cart. Nobody among the 45 persons replying, picked Ohio U. to win. Your own prognosticate^ by the way, did very poorly. His only consolation is that so did the "big time" pickers on the daily papers. Harley Bartlett, and J. D. Lowe tied for first and second place, each having 47 error points. They missed only the Ohio-Illinois outcome so far as winners were concerned. Miss McGrath had (51 error points. Jesse Blnnchard, Jr., Lone Rock. Murtagh, Percy Kuhn. Fred Timm Vic Steil. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. Virginia Arn, Pat Cullen and G. W. Stlllmnn. Moines. Everybody is eligible to compete. The season is on; let's have 100 replies next week. Get your whole gang to enter the fun. Says Hospitals Are Adequate "As Is" Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Gentlemen: In your Issue of September 13, 1938, you quoted an item that a grant had been obtained from the Public Works Administrate i to build a public hospital in St. Peter. Also mentioned that a similar project Is being brought up at Osage. Iowa, and you advocate a similar proceeding here and state that patients are being turned away from the hospitals in Algona. The writer is and has been somewhat informed as to the situation in regard to the hospitals in Algona from the time the first of the two now operating started, about 15 years ago. I know that a great many patients have been taken care of where no pay has ever been received by the hospitals for the care furnished, yet they had the snrr.c :are as if the person was financially rood and was paying. We are also informed that only wice in the 15 years have any patents been turned away from the hospital by reason of lack of room and the hospitals have continuously ried to add to the number of rooms available so that it would not be necessary to turn any away. They lave come in here and invested their money and have furnished the city f Algona and community with ho.v iltal facilities for many years. There s no crying need for a public hospital and it would be a great hard- hip on our present two hospitals o put in another one at public ex- iense to compete with them. The writer feels that the con- lusions in the article are unwarranted and no necessity exists for he construction of a public hos- >Hal to be built in part at least at he expense of the tax payers of the ocal community. Respectfully, E. J. VAN NESS Thousands of Frogs Cover Pavement To Keep Warm Corwith-Fairview: Frank Clapsaddle, a farmer living In the Fairview community, and his nephew, Perry Clapsaddle recently made a trip through Minnesota, and over into Wisconsin. One night about ten o'clock they were driving east from Wyoming. Minn., enroute to Webster, Wis,, where they were to visit at the home of Perry's mother. Mrs. Verna Clapsaddle, when they noticed a large number of objects on the highway, which they took to be leaves. Mr. Clapsaddle remarked that they must have had a very strong wind storm In that country, to have blown off so many leaves. Their suspicions were aroused, however, when they noticed that the objects were yellow in color, but there had been no frosts in that section this fall. So they turned down the car OTTOSEN LUTHERAN AID PLAN BAZAAR Ottosen: The Lutheran Ladles' Aid will sponsor « bazaar and supper Wednesday evening, Sept. 29, at the church parlors. The menu follows: sfillotjed potatoes with meat, baked beans, pickles, Jelly, pie, cookies and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. John Stone visited at Alta and Sioux City the first part of the week. The Community Ladies' Aid wer; guests at the Rolfe Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Thursday. Patty Ann Jacobs of West Bend spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of*her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt. Wesley Band Elects Officers Thursday Wesley: Dr. R.* K. Richardson was elected president of the; Wesley band at the organizntion meeting at the school building Thursday evening. D. J. Zerbe was elected as secretary-treasurer. Officers are to serve for one year. Only official action taken at the meeting was that all band members are to pay earn month's assessment In advance. Payments may be made to the treasurer or to Supt. K. Ravlin. the latter of whom will be in a convenient location to receive the lesson fees a month in advance from students of both schools. V. J. Kleinpeter and Vee Mvillin were appointed to meat with the town council. October 3rd In regard to financial aid from the town for the band. It was also to be learned what action will be necessary to make active again the band tax levy which was voted several years ago. Emil Wehler Wed* Minneapolis Girl Mrs. M. H. Falhenhainer went to Minneapolis last Thursday to attend the wedding of her cousin, Emll Wehler of Fairmont to Marlam Wltham, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carl A. W"ltham of Minneapolis. The ceremony was performed <tt» Thursday evening at the .Temple Baptist church. As a young boy Eirfil lived In Algona when his father, Herman Wehler, was In the Jewelry business with Mrs. Falkenhalner's father, the late Fred Wehler. After completing his schooling at Peoria, Em- II spent a year In North Carolina, and for the past year has been associated In business with his father in Fairmont, where v he and nis bride will live. Mrs. Falkenhalner acompanled the Wehlers from Fairmont. LOCALS Mrs. George Rpongberg drove up to Minneapolis last Friday, taking her son. Carl, who entered the Minneapolis Academy or Art for the coming year. They were accom- windows. and looked up In front of panled by Mrs. Jns. White, who vis Editor's Note -We especially tried o make the point clear that we were not criticizing the present two inspitals here; but we do believe hat at present the hospital space s too limited for :i growing community. We are not suggesting a •ounty hospital nrcessnrinly: nil w<> lope for Is an expansion in some manner of present facilities. Local doctors agree that more room Is needed. We will welcome any di.s- ussion on the subject, in n cooperative manner. the car lights to make a closer inspection, and discovered the objects to be not leaves, but frogs, thousands of them, jumping up ahead of he car. and making no attempt to ;et out of the way. as the lights seemed to blind them. The Clapsaddles drove the entire distance from Wyoming. Minn., on nto Wisconsin, through this swarm of frogs and Mr. Clapsaddle said hat In many places It was impossible to tell whether the road was paved or not. because It was covered with "smashed" frogs. In Webster they talked with M man who had had the same experience a short time before. He told them that the frogs were not traveling from one place to another, as they had supposed, but had hopped upon the pavement to get warm. He said the frogs would get out of the cold, wet grass on to the pavement, which was still warm from the sunlight. Rewrites Of Newt From Last Thursday's Koisuth County Advance County Fair Will Almost Break Even Although a full check up has yet to he completed. Earl Vincent, secretary of the Kossuth fair board, believes the IMS fair will he only •everal hundred dollars short of THK Itll'lMJCS. publication of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona. received outstanding honors in judging by the Mcdill School of Journalism and Quill ami Scroll honor journalism society. * • • • JKUOME NIKIJ4KN, Jack Chrisi chillcs and Donald Ward will head ! the senior, junior and sophomore classes respectively of the Algona public high school during the coming school yenr. Freshmen students will not elect their class officers until later. Jean Murtagh is vice president and Mary I^ee Nugent secretary- treasurer of the seniors. Slillard Mitchell i.s vice president. Ex-Wesleyan Man Dies Doan: A. J. and \Vm J. Martinek received \vord Friday of the death nt Joe He limit/, at Mason City, a fuimer resi<k-nt of Wo'-tlvy Uiwn^liip many years aj^o. He foniierjy owned the farm now occupied !>>' Airs. Insulate There Is Only ONE ZON- O -LITE THE MODERN INSULATION \\'c niv cci'tainly enjoying a nirc |iii>incss mi insulating Innncs with this modern Hiv-proof--- i'ool proof insulation. We have insulated the following home> this month: Henry Guderian Jerry Helgens J. A. Brownell Geo. Shaddick Chas. Wheeler Ernest Egel Why not call us and let us fii your you a price for Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25() Jim I'ool breaking even. Considering the wet wenthei. if that is all the board is in the red. it r;tn feel finite? satisfied with the outcome. A total uf $:i.2fr2.-10 in premium* will tic paiil this year to exhibitor .it the fair. In- add'eil An estimate.' 2i).iinii attended, all told, iind the sum (if ii..'',Wi was paid in ailmUsuiu* at the ;;atc Ahniit J 1.000 inure wa taken in from the sale of season tickets, and exhibitors' ticket-* A numlti'r of Ko;suth women qualified in the cro. hct departrncii' at the fair fur national i omin-tilion in New York. They arc Mrs. Mike Loss. .Ir. AlKona: Tillie Manna, (if Lone Hock: Mrs K It Millctt. l.n Verne; Mrs. Art Kraii.se. Fenton Mrs. Art Anderson. Swea City: Mrs ' Klizabeth Fitzgerald Algona: Neva! Thompson. Lfiiit Rock; Irene Krause. Fenton. Swea City W. C. T. U. Elects Officers Swea City: W. C T. U. officers for the following year have heen elected as follows: president. Mrs. Jennie McCrary; vice president. Mrs. J J Anderson; secretary. Mrs, Fred Key- lar; treasurer, Mrs. August X. Peterson; program committee, \frs. Jov M. Dye and Mrs. Raymond C. Swan- Mildred Kichardson, secretary and Ited with her sister. Mrs. Joe Ohrbeck. Carl Spongberg ha» been n otndent nt the Chicago Art Institute for the past yenr nnd Is snld to be B promising young nrttot. Mr. and MTU. John Httlen returned Friday evening from California, where they have been for the past j three weeks. They joined Mr. nnd' Mrs. Charles Becker at St. Joseph. Mo., and drove to Los Angeles where they attended a convention of the Nesbitt Fruit Company, by which the men are employed. They enjoyed a three day sightseeing tour of Hollywood during the convention. They visited during one week "tid with Mr. Stiles' sister, Mrs. Duval Clemens, whose home is in Sin Diego. Other high lights of the trip were a tour through the Rocky Mountains and the Grand Canyon. Joe Rahm, Jr. Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hape, Sr., of Butler, Pa., left Sept. 15 for their home after a week's visit with the letter's mother, Mrs. John Bferl, and other relatives. Mrs. Hape will be better remembered as Eleanor Rahm. Enroute home she and her husband planned to visit her uncle, E F. Rahm In Des Moines. While the Hapes were here a reunion of the Joe Rahm, Jr., family was held at the Frank Youngwlrth home with the following members present: Mrs. John Bierl. Mrs. Lou Germann. Mrs. Ben Dwenger, Mrs. Art Rlstau. Magnus, Ardlth and Rita Rahm. A family dinner.wns served. On the following Wednesday a gathering was' held at the Magnus Rahm home with a picnic In the evening. Mrs. Altwegg to be Literary Club Hostess Irvington The Plum Creek Literary society will rqeet Wednesday with Mrs. Jessie Altwegg, the meeting being postponed from last week due to the Gardner funeral. Roll call will be answered by giving current events. Mrs. Lora Raney will give a short story and Mrs. Laura Keen will present a paper on "How Much Education Should a Farm Woman Have". Late In the afternoon a luncheon will be served. Boy Has Smallpox Seneca: Darlye Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen, Is the victim of small pox and the family io under quarantine. Daryle Is a junior In the Seneca high school. Surprise Fenton Woman Fenton: Mrs. George Jentz was honored at a birthday surprise party nt her home last week Thursday evening. Bridge was played at five tables with Mrs. C. F. Wegener winning the high score prize and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, the second high. Lunch was brought and served by the guests. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE -Shropshire rnmx. yearlings nnd two's.- Bush Bros.. 7 miles southeast Emmetsburg. 39-42* FOR SALE--400 white oak posts See F,d Johnson or Bill Weo'- ;.l Johnson's Service Station, Highwav 18. 39- FOR SALB Corn cobs, prospective buyers call 25F2. 3i»«. NEW HEEL LATCH styles. The lust word in shoe beauty. Snus; heel*, original styling, marvelous comfort. We want you to see them. At Kresensky'a, 3-.* Howard Sarchet treasurer of the juniors. Kenneth Brandow is vice president and Willis Mitchell secretary-treasurer of the sophomor ( lass. • * • ItOIIKKT CI.VIIK, Bitncrnft. wan .sentenced to six months in jail for forgery by Judge F. C. I>avidson in ch.s([-ict court last week, hut the sentence wa.» suspended with Clyd. to reimburse the- victim and pay court costs. N'. .1. .N'cmnifrs was given a hvc. year .vilipended sentence for stealing chickens. His parole is contingent upon his good behavior Franco .N'vles was granted a divorce from Alfred Nylcs by Judi^e I>avi(Json * + * ONLY SHh NK\V automobiles have i .sold in Kossuth county this year j as compared witli h07 Bold by the. end of September, 19.'i7. A decrease. in sales was shown for every /nonth in the year thus far. * • • UII.LIS LEE. infant son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Cushman. Lone Rock, died a week ago Friday ol intestinal flu. Burial was in th Maple Hill cemetery. • * • /ITA (.HIDINGS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C,. C. Giddings, Hurt was married a week ago Sunday tr FALL WEATHER! That means your furnace must be in A-l work- Ing order. Call George Holtzbuuer, Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Work. Phone 83. 3!( son; flowers and welfare. Mrs. A Albert Fosnuugh. Algona. at the OWN YOUR OWN FARM HOMF. Look! Slf.OOO. Payment by March i. ]!(.'!!». by party with .satisfactory showing of property anil rrmn.'igcria lilitiy, will establish you on a lirst class well improved 240 ncr farm. T< miles NK from Wesley O.vner will carry hack balance of l;ei t(|uity. n'i ive 'government loans' now on this place, on terms mutually acceptalile. Chances like this art- few Let us show you this place at once, if you mean business. Hutchins. Real Estate & Farm Loans, over Harry's, Algona. 39* FOR SALE 35 Spotted Poland China bourn, new blood. Marnin DROP IN at Sampson'* Tire Service when In need of a used tire or tube. 8-tf FOR RENT—Two heated office rooms over Moe k Sjogren store. Oan be rented as a suite or separate ly.—Haggard & Peterson. Inquire Algona Upper De« Moines office. 38 $3.000 BY MARCIf 1st. buys owner's entire equity in a choice. /Improved 80-acre farm on main highway 1'v miles south from Sexton. An ideal home locution, splendid soil and close to markets, schools and churches.—See Hutchlns, Real Estate, over Barry's, Algona, Iowa 39* Wanted WANTED- Housekeeper, one who can assist with care of an Invalid. H W. HollaniLiworth, Algona. 39* I AM making long time farm loans nt 4'i',; interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.— M. P. Hag card. Algona. 88-43* HELPWANTED This territory now open. Here's un opportunity for an nmbltloui man with car to step into a steady dependable business enterprise of his own. (Jood earnings right from start. No ex- prience or capital necessary. Write for full particulars to I>r. Ward's Medical Co., Box E. J., Winnnu. Minn. 30 Cafe Changes Owners LuVeme: Mr. and Mrs. David Qouch, from St Benedict, have taken over the Jackson Sandwich Shop and are operating it The Jackson* who have been here about three years, have moved to Grsettlnger where Mr. Jackson has a pool hall. The Oouchs have moved in to the house vacated by the Jacksons. Larson, Kirignted. if USEI) McCcrmirk- Leering No. .'{ cream separator. Very good condition -Mi Cormick-Deering Store, Algona. 39 KOH SALE -Michel copyrighted maps tit Algona. phone 73- J. Mrs. At. Michel, :vj* FOR SALE 60 Spotted Poland China boars, also eight white one*. Good ones. Anton Vammen, Ring- U. Tweeten and -Mrs J. A. Krlckson: posters and essays. Mrs Cecil Orif- filh. Mrs. R. i' Hronleewe, and Mrs Fred Seylar: exhibits and fairs, Mrs. Aui/u.st X Peterson and Mrs. J .1. Anderson: publicity. Mrs. Rachel Stockman. Rains Hard on Potatoes Our old friend. Conrad Rabe. writing from Albert Lea. Minnesota, in remitting his subscription. !>ays: "I am living in Albert L«u. but expect to be in Minneapolis soon again The weather is fine here but we hav 1 ? had lots of heavy ruins, which are had for the potato crop and onion growers around here I see lots of onions sacked und boxed between here and Minneapolis and u good many are standing out in the water. .some places a foot deep und more." Boy Born to St. Joe Pair St Joe: Mr. and Mrs. John Berle are the parents of a boy born Sun day. Seut 18th in the Kossuth hospital, Algonu. (Jood Hope church. » # • HKNATOIt <i«'V M Gillette i Dem i and Ex-Senator I,. J. Dickinson. Algonu, rivals for the senatorial seat, met at a tour of the Bancroft CCC' camp last week and u> tended the banquet. No political talk was forthcoming, however, as both men were on leave from campaign duty. Congressman K ('. Gil- ihrisl was another prominent member of the tour The tour following a noon program took in 21 proj ects ending with suuper at and an inspection of the Bancroft cump. Ben Studer, Wesley, Win More Ribbons Wesley: Bed G. Studer, Wegley Shorthorn breeder, took his share of prizes at the Clay county fulr at Spencer last week, taking all but two blue ribbons in the Shorthorn cattle showing.'*. He had the grand champion female and two senior champions in addition, besides »ev- c-rul other award*. Bled. 38-42* SEE THE new Toaslmuuter Hos pltality trayu, toa.st and jam trays and automatic waiflt-iruna at P ratt Electric. 39 FOR SALE 1'urebred Hamp- .shirt hoars, fall and .spring Large trroup to choose from -Jo«eph A. Skow. Wealey. 39. 45. 47. 49, Til FOR SALE Highly productive (Webster siHy cluy loam) well-im proved 320-acrt farm and home, two miles south of St. Benedict, is now offered for $90.00 per acre to "right party" and owners are willing to consider terms of payment. Only owners' wish to consolidate their properties nearer home make* this price possible. See u* for details about this if genuinely intereuted. We'll show you.— Hutchlns, Real Estate, over Barry's, Algona. 38* UBT US VULCANIZE tboM broken tiro* and tube*. All work guar- FOR 3Vi GOVERNMENT Loans. Now is the best time to ap ply We do all the worrying about the Red Tape: which, after all, is for your own protection In the future. " Let us help you, an we have hundred!) of others. Save Money.- Algona National Farm Loan Association, Algona, Iowa, Over Bar- Bancroft Students Leave for College Bancroft: Mrt. WV A. Mtifr*y t«rte her <J4ti|hter, i&Ie«n to St. PaW, Friday where sh« will dnt«fr St. Catherine Cellege this f«Arv M«* Murray atended St. There** 1 * College at Wlndrta !a«t jrear. The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the seller and barer at «M» ptrt- ' Illon in Atgona every Saturday. • -, Saturday. Oct. 1 We hnvp opened up for fall trade with our sale and expect ft Rood line of stuff. Bring In your cattle, hogs, »h**p M We fauns an kinds of calls. Could handle all kinds of feeder pf*B and *e*d* er cattle are In MIC demand. We hare Dried 4 good Hampshire Boars for this sale. MACHINERY We are handling the Corn Belt single row corn picker, look this picker over before yon buy. Also the Kewaiiee Grain Elevator. A special price on a New Massey-Harrls Corn Binder. We have calls for all kinds of staff fo bring anything that you have to sell aa we have all kinds of buyer*. Open Every Day. Sale Barn phone 17, Hn>. Phone 8F22. Start on stock at 1:80 p. m. C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operator and Auctioneer ry's. 39* WANTED— Your dead (tock— prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calif. — Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf WINDOW GLASS Prices lowest in yearn. Storm gashes fitted. Labor rates reasonable. —Luabys Store. Drug 35-tf Miscellaneous REWARD—TEN DOLLARS for information leading to the arrest mid conviction of persons destroying my property at 604 South Jones St. Please notify Wi!l F. Brown. Phone 34-W or sheriff's office. :',<• BRIDGE PRIZE SUGGESTIONS --The new Red Wing Pottery Lamps Pratt Electric Company. 39 WE LIKE—to give ouch good tier- vice that the customer goea out of his way in telling his friends about it. And of course it pays us in the end.—Stewart Champlin service. 39 antwd.—Sampsoo Tire Service. tMf | coll Johnson's D-X Station. U. 8. TIRES will give you more mileage than any other brand, and they cost no more than Inferior grade*. Liberal trade-in.—Meyer's Service, State and Jones, phone 80. 29 NO TIME like the present. I) X Gas and Diamond motor oil given your car a new lease on life. Car- 39 ANNEX SPECIALS The Bggest Bargains in Algona More new hats—the smartest Fall felt hats you ever saw at this extremely low price—all colors, large head sizes, distinctive styles—the kind you pay $2.00 for elsewhere—ANNEX price only $1.19 More new silk dresses—the pick of the New York and Chicago crop—clas&y, misses styles (also plenty of large sizes from 40 to 46 in colors) and they are the very latest developments- big values at a small price—only 3.89 and 4JW New numbers In cotton print frocks—large and short smockn and house coats—the greatest collection of dollar goods ever shown in Algona—our price Is always ^ Me New winter coats—featuring the popular warm and rich pile fabrics—In grey and black, luxurious and just the thing for cold winter days—misses glees—only ... 90.99 and $li.Kt Other fabric winter coats in smart plain untrlmmed sport models—you'll like the rich Fall colors and the chic youthful lines of these couts only f&M ^nd a very special price, on one tot of slightly colled winter blankets from the Main store. YOU'LL HAVE HIM STANDING ON HIS HEAD for sheer joy— when you tell Mm about the NEW COATS and DRESSES at CHRISCHILLES STORE lloii oii«kUy, you've never M*II »ueli beautiful new »tyliw wt we ar e ^owtag in o u , reudy-to-we*, de He'll Go Head over Heels With Joy When You Tell Him You've Bought Your How Wardrobe Here

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