CCWNTY ADVANCE, CLOSING'OUT SALE Having sold my farm and intend to move to town I will offer and sell all of my personal property now oh the farm to the highest and best bidder without reserve oft the farm now located 1-4 mile west, 1 mile north, and 1-4 mile west of Titonka, on WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17 Free Lunch at Noon Sale Starts Immediately After Lunch 83 HEAD ¥~LIVESTOCK 8 Head of Horses 25 Head of Purebred and High Grade Guernsey Cattle 15 head of milch cows and heifers, 4 fresh, rest coming fresh soon; 2 purebrec Guernsey bulls; 1 bull coming two years old; 2 high grade Guernsey bull calves; 1 purebred last spring bul calf; 4 high grade Guernsey heifer calves. 50 HEAD OF HOGS and a lot of Farm Machinery etc. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. John Swalve Titonka Savings Bk., Clerk Pringle & Ailtz, Auctioneers Hard Woods and Bar Iron— When you want anything in this line \ve have it at low prices. We File Saws Hand saws, circular saws, crosscuts, anything in saws. And of course . ... PLAIN AND FANCY BLACKSMITHING ALWAYS , Around the County WESLEY GIRLS IX>SE BUT THE B01S WIN— WESLEY— Our basket ball teams played Bancroft at • Bancroft Friday evening. The girls were defeated, 28-9, but our boys won, 13-11: This Is the boys' second victory this year. Our teams will t>lay 'Remvlck at Rehwlck 'Friday evening, and as the teams are very evenly matched, some 'good games are expected. WHtTTEMORE FARMER'S ARM BROKEN; CAR KICKS— WHITTEMOttE — Henry Wlch- tendahl, south of town, suffered a broken arm last week Wednesday wtille he 'was trying to crank his car. George Schultz, east of town, had a wrist cracked last 'Thursday, when he fell off a wagon. WINS 8 FIRSTS IN JUNIOR DECLAM— >' TITONKA— The Junior district declamatory contest for contestants who took first place In local contests at Burt, Wesley; and Titonka was held here last week Tuesday even- Ing in the high school, auditorium. Burt won first awards In all three classes and second in humorous. Wesley and Titonka had one second place and one third place each. Vera McElroy, Buffalo Center, was judge. FORMER ALGONA WOMAN HEAPS GROUP ORGANIZATION FENTON — A sub-district woman's group meeting was held at Armstrong last week Tuesday afternoon, and 19 local Methodist women attended. After one o'clock luncheon Marie Sorum, Emmet county schools superintendent, spoke, Kathryn Ragsdale, Armstrong, .had charge of singing. This was an organization meeting, and Mrs. O. J Stephenson, of Fenton, was elected president. There were 91 women registered, representing ten churches. The group plans to meet twice a year. The Rev. Mr. Wlntersteln, of Eathervllle, sponsored the meet- Ing. DECKER TRUCK SLIDES INTO ROADSIDE DITCH- WESLEY — A Decker meat truck was overturned at the bend In No. 118 north of Wesley Friday night, and the goods scattered about. No one was seriously hurt, but the truck was badly damaged. The "spill" was gathered up the follow trig day. ROCK SCHOOLS TO PUBLISH NEWSPAPER LONE ROCK—The first Issue of The News Bulletin, a school paper, vlll be out this week Tuesday. Margaret Roderick Is edltor-ttt-chlef. CAR WHEEL COMES OFF; IS I.OST IN FIELD— WHITTBMORE — En route to basket ball game at Bode last week Tuesday evening, the Herman Vaudt car, driven by Herbert Vaudt, cast a rear wheel. The momentum took the wheel Into a field alongside the road and It waa some time before It was found. The car remained upright and no one was hurt. with the provlsldn of mid contract as provided by law. That afty party Interested In ' the said district or the Improvement hereof may file objections to said report and submit any evidence ending? to show why said report should riot be accepted, * By Order 'of the Board of ••',' Supervisors. Dated at Algeria, Iowa, thta 4th lay of becember, 1880. ' BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor of 18 Kossuth County. SaleDaU Dec. 17 — John Swalve, closing out sale, northwest of Titonka. Dec. 18 — Kuhn Bros., general farm sale, 4 Ms miles northwest of Burt. Jan. 14 — Lou Kutschara, 8 miles east of Algona, general form sale. Legal* NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS IN DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 177 OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA To All Persons and Corporations owning lands or other real estate assessed for benefits within Drainage District No. 177 of Koe- suth County, Iowa: You and each of you are hereby notified that the Engineer in charge of the construction of the improvements within said Drainage District did on the 3rd day of December 1930, file with the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county his report certifying that work done under the contract of M. T. Huso, labor contractor, has been completed in accordance with the terms of said contract, that the Board of Supervisors has fixed the 18th day of December 1930, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Cour House in Algona, Iowa, ae the time and place when the Board of Supervisors will consider said report anc determine whether the Board shoult accept said report and accept sale work as completed in accordant NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S 8ALK STATE OF IO\VA, KOSSUTH COUNT*, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth' County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said court on the 25th day of November, 1930, In favor of Den Molnes Joint Stock Land Bank, Des Molnes 0,3 plaintiff, and against Thomits Juchem (Tom Juchem), Adam Juchem, Emma Juchem, ami Henry Juchem, as defendants, for the sum of Seventeen Thou«aml Nine Hundred Ninety-Seven ami 94/10( ($17,997.92) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Forty and 82/iOO ($240.82),Dollars and accruing costs I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Thomas Juchem (Tom Juchem), Adam Juchem.'Emma Juchem, Henry Juchem, .J. G Hanson, as Trustee for War.; Finance Corporation and State .Savings Bank of Bode, Iowa, FafmeVs Savings Bank, Llvermoro, iov State of Iowa, Humboldt cqunty, Koasuth county, and Edward' Ca'- peslus, to satisfy said execution, towit: The Southeast Quarter (S'H&) of Section Thirty '(30), Township Ninety-four (94), North, Range Twenty-nine (29) . West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as ma} be 1 necessary -to satisfy said ear ecution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, .to the highest bidder, for cash, -'.In hand, on the Slat day of December, 1930, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county. Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock • m. of said day, when and where du* attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of November, 1930. I* B. HOVET, Sheriff, of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Cosson and Newcomb, Plaintiff's Attorney. 13-14 Tins MODERN MODERN for rent.- G-ROOM BUNGALOW -Dr. F. L. Tribon. 10pl3 FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR rent, close In.—Call Advance. p!4 EXPERIENCED housework. — Call GIRL- WANTS Advance. 6pl3 PARTLY MODERN HOUSE FOR rent.—Inquire Mrs. J. A. Laing. 10pl3 FOR RENT: house. C. PARTLY M. Ward, MODERN Humboldt. 8pl3-14 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White boars.—Aaron Taylor, Sexton. Jan. 7 dispersal Burt. sale, F. iy 2 Kriethe, Holsteln miles west of FOR SALE—BIG TYPE DUROC boars.—Hugh Raney, phone 15F21, Wood and Iron Works THE OLD DRAY SHOP REGISTERED HAMPSHIRE boar, two years old; .sell cheap.—Walter USED CARS. 1927 Chevrolet coach 1928 Ford A sport coupe 1929 Ford roadster 1926 Dodge sedan Maxwell coupe These cars are priced to Bell and are worth the money. We trade and give terms. ALGONA AUTO MARKET West of Courthouse. SORE THROAT? DON'T GARGLE This Doctor's Prescription Gives Quicker, Better Itellef. Don't suffer the pain and disconv fort of sore throat. Use a doctor's prescription called Thoxine guaran teed to relieve with the very firs swallow. Not a gargle but a pleas ant tasting medicine which relieves the soreness and goes direct to the Internal cause. Thoxine will relieve your sore throat or coughing quicker and bet ter than anything you have eve tried or your money will be refund ed. Safe for the whole family. As] for Thosine, ready for use In 36c 60c. and $1.00 bottles. Sold by Lusby Drug Co., and all other good dru stores. (3 SPECIAL ATENTION THE HUB .Igona. 12ul2-15 "OR SALE — MAJESTIC ELEC- tric radio in cabinet.—Fred Schoy, Algona. 10pl3 OR SALE: DRY HARD AVOOD. $6.50 per triple box. Ed 'hone 2F18. irubb, Wesley. llp!4 FOR SALE OR TRADE—MODERN 6-room house, close In; also piano. —220 S. Hall -st., phone SOS. IGplS WANT TO RENT—QUARTER-sec- I Wood tion farm. Applicant has neces- Shop, aary equipment and stock and can show good record.—Andrew Koppen, Lakota. 20pl3-14 FARMERS, OUR BLACKSMITH is competent and obliging. Let him do your work.—Thorpe AVood & Iron Works at Old Dray Shop. 21U12-13 POLISHED METAL KEY CHECK stamped with your name and address, 35c. This price generally Kelly, 211 East Moines. is less than half charged. — J. W. Locust St., Des 31pl3 FOR SALE—60 DUROC BOARS, March and April farrow; immune. At farmer's prices. Come and see them before buying. Special bargain on Saturday.—H. S. Fain, Emmetsburg. 25ulO-13 BELIEVE IT OR NOT, DOCTOR Erickson's wonderful new Eczema remedy sold in 5 months over '2000 reported recovered and less than one dozen failed. Guaranteed by K. D. James. "' 31pl3 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWS- Iron Works at Old Dray 31U12-13 REGULAR MEETING OF CAMP No. 413, M. W. A., will be held on Wednesday evening, December 10. Important business will come before the camp, and all members should be In attendance. Refreshments will be served.—O. J. Peterson, Clerk. 3Cul3 BURNS 94°/ 0 AIR 7/ieWonderfal New 1 1 ERE is a new light that will f\ \ bring endless joy and comfort L L to the home without electricity. It gives a flood of the Softest, mellowest modern white light that has ever been man-made. It does it so simply, so safely, arid ISJBO sanitary, it will startle and surprise you. Sunlight alone excels it. It makes sewing, reading, studying a pleasure. And / above all it gives the utmost in efficiency and economy. Saves Its Cost in a Few Months 9 Time Not alone does this remarkable new lamp give you an abundance of pure white light but it uses so little kerosene compared to the old style oil lamp, that it will actually save its cost in a few months, "| and continue to save and save and save, year after year. In supplying yourself with an Aladdin you are in reality making an investment which pays you liberal dividends as long as you use oil for lighting. December 31, at Algona, town Vi" V" l '°»t( •>•••" of-M^fjMh., W. B. Quarton T, —, QUAHTON A „,**•» T.n w e\ttt 'fin m.,,., °£fico«, fnones: Office 427 '.ftt>: rn, * 1!0! T F> T I • 1" E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-La W . Phones: Office, 261' jw HARRINGTON & T. P. Harrington Tj j" ... Attorneyo-at-Law Phones; Office, 287; T . p B. 1. VAN NESfT - - - -• . wij Lawyers if?-"?.. 0 *" Iowi State IGenuine koie 41 1, p. Shumway .,. _ ;7 ' SHUMWAY t KEUt Attorneys-at-Law fl L. A. WINKEL -Office in Qulnby BulWi»-l ' J?none 180. *J DOCTOR^ Will Both Brighten and Beautify Your Home A match and a minute is all it takes to light it. Bums common kerosene (coal oil) with 9456 v air—only 6% fuel. Gives a modern white light nearest to sunlight. Burns,withqut smoke, noise, smell or trouble. Absolutely safe. Operates as simply as the old style Vamp and runs for 50 hours on a gallon of oil. Tested by 33 leading Universities and Colleges and every claim verified. Approved by Fire Underwriters and Good Housekeeping Institute. No other artificial light has such endorsements. ' •: Exquisite Skade»—Hand Decorated fa Either Glass orParchment Beautiful multicotored thadet in either (Uu or parchment are available—exceedingly decorative and pleating in design. Plain glui mules too if you prefer. A Style for Every PonpM at a Price to Salt Every Pnne Aladdint are modern too in style and finiah—can be secured in table, vase, hanging, bracket and floor lamps—a style for every purpose and need. V KENEFICK ACRAWFoSl lM. J. Keneflck R. H cjSI Physicians and Surgeon*?! Offlcea: Algona Hospital; phoj»l • Reoldence Phones: "'II Keneflck, 67. Crawfoii,] C. H. CllETZXEliipi ...... Physician and Surgeon •« Office In John Galbralth Bl Phoned: Office 310, res. 444 j ...,-—-.—- FIUSEH, M.ji?| Physician and Surgeon ('I Office In Qulnby Bldg., RO Phone No. 12,,-..'. The Aladdin Is An Ideal XmasGift C_ For the Whole Family. *nd for CKy People to Send to the Folks "Back Home" A Full Lin. at AtaMin LWUM. Sh«4n wrf t«»ll«i New «i Dtofav at SIMM •! dM FclUwlw AM«n FrancMi* Draton i ALGONA—Kohlhaag Hardware BURT—Jensen Hardware BANCROFT—Nenuners Hardware FENTON—W. E. Stoeber Hdwe. LAKOTA—W. E. Gutknecht LEDYARD—Boudrye ft Carpenter LU VERNE—C. H. Llchty & Son SWEA CITY—A. B. Tweeten TITONKA—Deed Hardware Co. WESLEY—Lease ft Lease WHITTEMORE—J. M. Fleming DB. W. I). ANDREWS Oiteopathlc Physician and i Kye, Ear, Nose, and Thn X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation .„ Phones: Office, 187; residence; x DR. P. E. WALLET - Osteopathlc Phyilelii. Rectal diseases and con cases. Office phone 79. Residence L Over Zender & Caldwell Stonl - ALGONA, IOWA Clean Up! Get CASH for things you no longer need by use of an Advance Want-Adv. =UIHlllllllillllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH ( Mail-a-Want To Fill-a-Want P. V. JAXSE, M. D. , riiyslclnn uiul Surgeon. '| Office on South Dodge Slrw Phonea: Office, 666; residence,! • Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS BE. A. 1). ABAM8 <" I Dentist Office In First National Bjnkl Phones: Office, 20; res, DR. H. M. OLSON '"•:}} Dentist. rjj 'Located over Chrlstenaen 8M Phones:..Business 166, Residence . -Algona, Iowa DB, C. D. 8C1UAP ' Dentist Located In former Dr. W. office, over Chrlstenson Bros, I Phone 133. I * CHIROPRACTORS; FOR SALE OR TRADE—Guernsey bull 3 years old; good one.—E. .T. 1-Ieldenwlth, Lone Rock. 15pl3-14 PAPERS INC., 214 Royal Bldg., Des Molnes, Iowa. Union g32tf FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- uhire silts for March and April farrow.—C. C. Baas, West Bend. 13pl3-14 MANY TIMES PEOPLE WANT hardwoods or bar iron, but do not known where to get it. We keep it in stock and sell it as wanted. We also make whatever you want, if desired.—Thorpe Wood & Iron AVorks, at the Old Dray Shop. 45ul2-13 Because of the Advance's countywlde circulation, want advertising In this paper If exceptionally productive. At the tame time It. Is inexpensive. Replies often cost the advertiser less than a cent apiece. Note—Except lonr "reader*," any kind of advertising let In the same type as the news Is a "want ad." You "want" to sell as well ai buy, yon "wtrnt" to trade, yon "want" to rent • hou§*. or farm, you "want" to take cows to pasture, etc. All such advertising Is called "want" advertlslnr by newspapers. I WANT FARMS FOR CASH BUY- ers. Describe, give price. — R. McNown, 487 Wilkinson. Omaha, Neb. POLAND CHINA SPRING BOAR and grade Shorthorn bull for sale. — AV H Riedel, Algona, phone 19F2. 15pl3 ROSE COMB RHODE ISLAND AVhite cockerels. State accredited. Mrs. H. O. Iverson, Swtea City. 13P13-14 NEW 1930 CHEA'ROLET Runabout truck for sale.—R. H. Miller, Examiner in Charge Algona State Bank. . FOR RENT—3-ROOM UPSTAIRS apartment, furnished or unfurnished; partly modern.—Mrs. J. AV. Bates. 15pl3 PRIVATE LOAN OF $4,000 wanted on well improved 80-acre Kossuth county farm. Good land, all tillable. —Ask Advance. 19pl3 G. RAY SMITH, PIANIST, available for any kind of entertainment. Can furnish any talent desired.—Phone 365. 16pl3 FOR RENT—MY FOUR MODERN housekeeping rooms after December 20.—Algeria's Real Shoe Shop, Lewis Eike, phone 44. 18pl3 UPHOLSTERING & MATTRESS rebuilding. FFeather mattresses made: box springs repaired. —J. H. Martin, 302 E. State. p!2-13 AVE MAKE ALL KINDS OF wagon and motor truck bodies. In fact we do almost any kind of rough cabinet or other work in which hard woods or iron are used. — Thorpe OAT MEAL Large package BANNER BRAND ISc package The Old-Fashion Grocery Learn to DANCE Acrobatic, ballet, limbering, Rusian, tap, toe, stretching 1 , and ball room latest steps. A r allalee Blanche, a graduate of Scott's dancing academy, Minneapolis, is the Instructor. Miss Blanche has had two years stage experience. 1. This school will be every Monday, starting December 15 at Legion hall, leased for one year. 2. Classes and private lessons for all, from three years and over. 3. Classes and private lessons for ladies and men in ball room dancing and reducing'. 4. Rates are $4 registration, and $1 each lesson. One lesson a week of one hour. Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order DR. R. J.- THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chlropractcr] Thirteen year's succDssful pn Office over State's Cafe.. —• VETERINARY l. AV. FOX Veterinarian , West State Street, Algona.'J Phones: Office 475-W., re&, 4- BUILDING CONTRACTOj II. 11. COWAN General Contractor. - ( | • .: ;'••. ••'•'• Estimates Furnished. Phones: Business, 639-J; re»jj CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name , .„_... Address How many v>eeksis advertisement to run?.... ..__ Amount enclosed $„ Note—Write plainly, one word In each space below, Including name, address, and nlione. If vm, ,in „»* Ao not write name In form below but count foi»r extra words to cover cost of keeping track of r«n?k »<>» want your name to _, r ___, must reach Advance by 10 o'clock Tuesday morning to Insure Insertion in regular want column, if „ T Io , rw * r «' n *' Adverttaewent where, ' • ' vu.muuj u received later It way appear else* MACHINISTS ••y*^ — ii 1 ll KOBTON MACHINE WOBB Machinists and Welders. Service, stock on Piston Rings, 1 and Bearings, ' West of Courthouse. P hoM ' PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPANI Cash Buyers. ._ Poultry, Eggs, and Hides-, jl Matt Lamuth, Mgr. '*! Phone 264. ~" INSURANCE JC08SUTH COUNTY ""iJlf^l INSURANCE AS80C AIWJI Over $15,000,000 worth ol iM B( »^i 5. Every structed In dance. pupil both will be in- song and For Information write JACK BENNETT General Delivery, IREUABUPRIHTII no order too * ma II -, <f- f^fttj , , *M>$1**9 Farmers wfco are pa44>up members of the entitled to a special Qne,Ce*U,Woi-d rate o, Half R*te« for County Farm Bureau Members County Faym Bureau ana their ~~^ w Q vv *v tuny must sign the foUowinir Certificate County n Were .:. -•'J'Ji C, B. I» Barre Al ReUable Ins. Phone 55, Property Lo a " 8 ' „ tot<ll j. Insurance. ^Rea^^j J?| 10T-W. State St JQ£ M***"——. New and used Au» Tires and /—° Hides, Pur Algona, <*$!
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