STATEMENT OP CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank A - »• 193 °- . RESOURCES . . ' ' Bonds and Securities' Loans and Discounts, — Overdrafts ^~~,~ Stock of Federal Reserve Bank - 15 ; 0 00.00 Banking House 8,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures r~~~~* Due from banks and bankers, cash and cash Items Total Res ° urces 5S5SH5 BO>OOO ofl Stock - ss.000.00 Capital on demand . Individual deposits subject to check — Savings deposits --Time certificates of deposit •__ Demand certUicates, certified checks, cashier's checks & unpaid dividends Postal 32,851.73 651,960.41 I $ 402,200.00 439,839.25 3.31 2,100.00 20,500.00 250,638.31 $ 1,115,280.87 85,000.00 6,692.79 al deposits suojeci iu ^..<— — g 7 ; 7U-79 deposits — - : 8l!386.62 13,885.00 jhier's checks « uiiymu u ..— 2()5 792 53 Savings deposits Total Liabilities -------STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS, K ° we, F D Williams 1,023,588.08 ! 1,115,280.87 H R Cowan and N. A. Smith, named, «~ correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. ^ (Bank Seal.) R ; CQWAN N A. SMITH, Vice Presidents. H' L.' GILMORE, Cashier. day of.ifanuary. W . 'LOUISE MAGNUSON, (Notarial Seal.) ^ ^^ ^ ^ £or Kossuth Co t y. Attested by L. E. Llnnan. John Frankl, M. P. Haggard, J. C. Mawdsley, J. F. Overmyer, Directors. NEW YEAR IS CELEBRATED AT LUVERNE Lu Verne, Jan. 6-New Year's day * not celebrated as Is Christmas and Thanksgiving, but there were a number of family reunions with big dinners In Lu Verne. The Ralph Davidsons had among their guests, the Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Reyman and children; the Ed Ramuses gave a dinner to relatives and Included were the Fred AVolfs and the Clarence Jurgensons, Corwith. The AV. B. Masons were happily surpHsed when their children and I families came with baskets to si^nd the day. They were the Geoige Thompsons. Ledyard the -James Zweifels, Corwith, and the <-. «• Masons?'Algona. The Wilson Leglers entertained Saturday at their home east of town the Fred Leg lers and C. H. Lichty and daughters, Grace and. Mrs. George Harrl- S °The Irvln Chapmans had as guests the J. L. Lichtys, F. I. Chapmans, and George Kabele and daughters Frances and Mai^1 a, Goldfield. The O.-J. Marty family was entertained at the Will Donaldson home near Goldfield, where they celebrated Mr. Donaldson's birthdaj, as well as New Year's day. H. L» had their children all Mr. and Mrs. Max Lau gave birthday party -for -Otto BuhkofsKl Friday night. TWe evenly wa . spent with games and fflUSie. ^e freshments were served to 80 gueste, Other- L« Verne News Balzer AVolf, of .letters, Minn., is here tor a month's 'visit with relatives and old friends. He la now a guest of his nephew, Fred Wolf, and will also visit his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Hardcopf, at Armstrong. Mrs. Fred Zeltz, Fairmont, moth- VC'^#<$%^V18 . ,/ ^,-^r *v >£ i.Vtfy, 't • 5 "".'I,, ,-i ^-fart i '» * , t ,,-* >ti>--- ' '„' <-" . .'t&iss !_>•?«_ .7LI, from a two Weeks ..-•- - - - - Rev, E.iSchroeder h6W« at fulls. Ray Stone drove down im±* **..Aitmk W4M«t44lV<lb^. , I, S . for her Sunday, rnor«lri&. hostesses. Mrs. Rockhlll, er of Teacher Zeltz, was here week for a visit with her son other relatives, and Friday .last and they oiner i-ein.i»»«.-= t «••- . - drove to Garner to spend the day W Myrtle 1 .Tord'an and Milton AVolto returned to their school vork In Cedar Falls Sunday. Clr.-ti: " and Eunice Thompson reuvod to Mornlngslde college Monday. Lottie and Jennie Mason accom panled the George Thompsons, Led yard, to Clarion, where they were guests Sunday at the Lyman Mar U I1C» WM<-""« | The Methodwt — iommunlty.hall,this week day Mesdames, P^tef Thompson, Alfen Thompson, and Mrs. Dehnert of Larehwood, mother of~Mrs. H. A. K e 3"™; n 'la Ml at her daughter's home. Mrs. O. W. Hanna was also sick last week. The Presbyterian Aid meets next week Wednesday ftfter "°°" 7'^ Mrs. Irvln Chapman. Mrs. Violet ue political activity filed »*«««t A Brunson, southern Iowa prohlbl- ion administrator, following the fa- ent election have been investigated nd found Champion iVlltSl il T -»• » i... _ DImler Is assisting hostess Mrs. AV. L. Moore and airs. King, Lloyd VY. JJ« iviuui e c*i»«-» ••»• — — King,'and Mrs. Chas. Konarska Omaha, were New Year's guests at the AVllson Legler home. • Mrs. Russell Courtney and two children, Cedar Rapids, are guests at he paternal H. R. Larimer home The Ernest Grelbles, Renwick called on old friends here Sunday Mrs. Greible was Lila Flnnell.- The Ray Davis family, Humboldt spent Sunday at Frank Devltfs and the Ch'ambers-Hof home, LEGIONNAIRES AT FENTON IN STAG BANQUET t j eiL2iKC=j ii"« - ----- . -iT f . r >r\ home for New Year's day-the Vern Stones, Mason City, the George Dit- zels, Spencer, the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove, the Ed Aliens Lu age ro, Verne, and the Roy Peitzkes, Webster City. 1 HEATERS! HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HOT WATER HEATERS FOR ALL CARS SPECIAL Seat covers for 1929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars— was $13.00— while they last, $7; put on. ALCOHOL AKD PRESTONE FREEZING SOLUTION Prestone, $3.50 gallon; was $5.00. Used Cars 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coupe 1926 Chevrolet sedan 1926 Chevrolet coupe 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coach Model A Ford coupe Kohlhaas Bros. PHONE 200 Fenton, Jan. 6 — The local gon post entertained the dads oC TRY WINTER In false, according to the here. Prohibition ad !lnlstrators are rforbidden IvlL service rules to take part politics. BANKER HURT AS ENRAGED COW ATTACKS HIM— WHITTBMORE—At the Jos. Mul roney farm near Mallard recently a cow attacked Banker John S. Cule n and gave him such a bump that when he brought up against a studding one side of h.ls £<"« was jrulsed. — Unusual Is the experience ot a group of Mason from Esth<. r ;| dispatcher's fide,,. 'th$ ;trat'nhia8tet"s and rrtfent t^re^nA"'* headquarters, other'retnrtants of a once busy vision point 'remain. - I " .1 n i .. •— City Boy scouts who spent last t the Roosevelt Soy Scout camp ear Ventura. A stove In the catnp s mess hall kept them warm when hey were Indoors. Winter sports uch a a ice-boating and skating were " veterans and the local business men at a stag banquet New Year's eve There were S. E. Stra- The Frank Chambers and Ed Hots had one of the largest family gatherings on New Year's day, with 30 nresent Out of town guests were the Will P. Chambers family, Cherokee; Ed, John, Harry, and Earl Chambers families, all of Corwith. and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Chambers, Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell entertained the lat fer's mother, Mrs. T. J. Hill MrB. Robert Woods, and the Lester Hill I family, all of Fort Dodge, and the P. Ruebel family, Barnum. Schools Are Reopened Monday— The public and parochial schools opened Monday morning. With a ng time before another vacation udents will begin preparations fot he midyear exams and declamatory ork The home declamatory eon- est will be early In February, and IB sub-county contest will be tBe •Uter part of the month. PupiTs oat or declamatory work this year are: ratorical class—Carl Lang, Harold Jchty and Bernlce Scribner; drastic—Alice Ellis, Gwenetha .Tones,, lelen Kuebler, Fern Barton, Yula- •nae Murray, Jeanne Jennings, and Carmen Hesse; humorous—Roberta lasterson, John Voss. Dorothy Stoddard, Ruth Robertson, Alysmae Hamus, Cora Masterson, Elsie Hunt and Verle Scribner. at the Legion rooms. 50 men in attendance, ley, post commander, was toastmas- ter'and gave the dads and business men a welcome, also thanking them for loyal support. In response local men spoke, after which Ray Murray Buffalo Center, gave the main address. Mr. Murray is district commander and past vice commander of the state department. He dwelt on the principles of the Legion and the duty of every post to its community. Oysters, roast ham, sandvaches, and coffee prepared at the Dempsey cafe'were served. The remainder of the evening was spent at cards. Party for Women is Given- Mrs. P. H. Jensen and Mrs. H. H. When yaute Away from Home and just Plain Lonesome • • you will feel like a new person by taking a < trip back. Bert. Grant is Buried— The funeral of Mrs. Bert Grant who died at her borne near Emmets- mi-g last week Tuesday, was held at the Methodist church here Friday afternoon, the Rev. H. A. Rey man officiating. Burial was made in Lu Verne cemetery. Mrs. Gran was 49 years old and, besides he husband, is survived by thre daughters, Mrs. May Dixon, nortl of Algona, Mrs. lone Madson, Em- metaburg, and Anna, at home, and two sons, Frank, at home, and John, Emmetaburg. Mr. Grant and two daughters remained here till Sunday afternoon visiting relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hot took them home. Party Honors Visiting Woman- Mrs George Harrison was honor guest at a party given by her sister Grace at the C. H. Lichty home Saturday evening. There were 20 present all former friends, and a happy evening was spent telling of old times in Lu Verne 20 years ago. C. H Lichty rendered his part on the evening's program by "tuning In on Amos and Andy, at 10:30. A dainty lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her sisters-in- AViddcI entertained at the former's home last week Tuesday afternion, and "500" was played at, four tables. The high score was won by Mrs. Herman Huskamp', and Mrs. William Huskamp won the cut prize. A | two course luncheon was served. Former Fenton Woman Honored- Some twenty women, former neighbors here oC Mrs. C. W. Lau- •itzen, drove to AVhittemore Friday and spent the afternoon with her. Refreshments were served by the visiting- group. Mrs. Lauritzen was presented with a rocking chair. Watch Party Given at Church— A watch party was held at the Methodist church New Year's eve. A program In which young and old participated began at 9 and continued till 11:30, when devotional services, were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Stoyd'er., dorf, Minn. Mr. Newel and Mrs Ford are brother and sister The H. F.. Luicks, Belmond, spen New Year's at the Rev. E. T. Sny der's. Mr. Lulck Is bookkeeper to the Belmond Savings bank Sellna Hantelmann, .teaching a Ottosen, spent the week-end wit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. r Hantelmann. • / Mr and Mrs. Dennis Smith spent Sunday with .Mr. Smith's cousin, Mrs. Roy Masterson, near Lu Verne. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite attended the funeral of Mrs. Robert Kitchen at Etnmetsburg Saturday. _ The Ralph Stoebers,. Charles City, were week-end guests of Mr. Stoeber's brother, W. E. Stoebsr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod attended a bridge party at C. L. Weisbrod's, Ringsted, Friday night. Mrs W. J. Weisbrod and Alice Prc-rer attended a 4-H leaders' meeting at Burt Friday afternoon. •J. H. Castle visited friends at Fenton Friday, en route to Slotix City to resume- college work. The Rev. and Mrs. 3. T. Snyder attended 1 a. pastoral group meeting at' Swea;. City Monday, L. M. Finrrestad left Friday evening to attend the funeral of an uncle at RocheDe, III. Sir. and Kirs. 'F. J. Weisbrod _ en tcrtaiTred at two tables of last Thursday nfeh" The Paul icreiithes, Burt, \vere dinner guests ait W. J. Weisbrod's New Year's. The Do-ctor Itotirers, of Ayr shire, spent SXimlay at Dr. 3. T HAMPTON NEWSPAPERr- HAMPTON — The largest news paper consolidation In Iowa was ef fected recently, whn'T. W. Purcell LC^WU i******"*"^ t •• ---• — of the Chronicle, .and his .son bought the only other paper here the Franklin County Recorder, Mor than half of the county seats, o Iowa now have but one newspaper BOY IN NARROW ESCAPE AS TON* RUNS AWAY— BANCROFT — Wesley Pattersb had n joyed. A field executive hdrge of the group. There irobabty be no organized boy scout activities at the camp next summer, The sum of »600 la needed for ex pensis and so far attempts to raise t have riot been successful. OT-AniON HAS UNEMPLOYMENT KEGISrRATION BUREAU— CLARION'— Not to be outdone by the cities, this town maintains a bureau at the city clerk's office where a person unemployed may register for work} Up to a aj?o 4'5 persons had registered, eluding S4 from Clarion who wll receive prior consideration. More calls for woment as household help era, have been received than from tiny other source. FORMER GOVERNOR TO BE SPEAKER .AT HUMBOMW— HUMBOLDT — N. . E. Kendal In hitched his pony to a cutter las week Tuesday and went for a rid He was seated on a box which .was slippery with frost. The pony started to gallop and the boy pulled so hard on the lines that .the box slid off with htm. He landed on In curl pavl ROBtlEItS RELIEVE FARMER Of fS«0 IN CASH— SPENCER — M. M. dllford farmer, lost $500 ... ericy In a bold stick-Up on| the ng north o* here a week ago i urday night, .twnkleberg hart, toga here' anrf 6ashed the chc v As )ie Was. gtilng'home, two or tlin mem in a, Ford drove alongside ai shouted that there Was a flat tire, his Caller. They stopped as stopped, and iwhen he got out of them, covered him -with a. (,, while ahothef searched ,hlm and to the money. Then taking with ttv th« (gnitlon key of his car, thcj drove, off. ^___ ARMSTWflNO DECEASED *w PAYS SECOND DlVIDEND- ARMSTRONQ, — The closed Fin National bank here Is paying second dividend. In November, The bank , 'and this Is |fl JNO»vIlli™f t J.UWrU» O,IIVI w« — •" second dividend in' four years. aroOuht.'relte'sed Ju .about $25,0i The, outlook-Jor r.>.uch more Is promising. Waite's'.. Wiltrecl Stoeber spent the week end at STii-meapoflSs on a business trip. Mr. ana? Mrs. K. N. KyW Sunday at J. A. Furtney'a, Ceylon BURT SETTLER PASSESAFTER LOHG ILLNESS the cutter braces with his feet caught In the braces and his face on the single tree. The pony ran through a corn field, but the lad stuck to his precarious position and finally stopped the pony. Though so'bad- ly braised about the legs and on« ankle that for a few days he could not walk, the boy escaped without other injuries. HANCOCK DOCTORS ADOPT >RASTIC CREDIT SCHEME— GARNER — At a'recent meet- ng here of' the Hancock county medical society a new credit plan was adopted, effective January 1, 931. Accounts to which debtors ay no attention will te listed wlth :he Pioneer Service Co., Iowa City, vhlch besides maintenance of ac ivities customary among collection gences, reports unpaid accounts njonthly to subscribers in every ounty whercUt operates. Accounts due the doctors w;hich are more than '60 days old will bear 6 per cent Interest. AFTER THIRTY-FOUR YEARS PAPER CHANGES OWNERS— CORWITH — S. L- Thompson, owner of the Corwith Hustler, has sold the paper to his iBoreman, W. G. Jennings, who has been with him. more than 20 years and much of the time has served as editor. Mr. jeaqings, who Js a bachelor former governor 'of - I°wa wh though knovm as an. orator seldom accepts dates, has been secured for an address before the Congregation' al Brotherhood, here on Washington's .birthday,;.February B2. ROCK ISLAND ABOLISHES ESTHERyiLLE DIVISION— BSTHBRyiLLB — The death :of F. E. Allen in December created a vacancy In the office of Rock Island division' superintendent hero, but Instead! of filling it the railroad abolished the local headquarters and consolidated the' division with the Minnesota-Iowa division at Cedar Rapids.; This results in removal of .,*....... • »»»»•"••*»•«••'* ,. w -»— Jbeallnr Dr. Wxon'fl Chlnarold. foi fled with a. rare, Imported Chlm Herb, haylnc amaslnc power to i duce awollen tliaues. It's the m lit and teit«Bt actlnc treatment c Fou can work and enjoy life rlj, ~ om the »tart while It continues L ciallnc action. Don't delay. Act! ime to avoid ».dang;erou» and i ./ operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Cl rold under our. guarantee to sa.. completely and T»e worth 100 tin •"ie wnaU ox>it or y.our money IN K. W. LUSBY'B KUDU S'iOll Permanent Way(js NAIVETTE CROQUIGNOLE WAVES Miss Phyllida Sonnerholm, formerly of Marigold] Shop No. II, is now at this shop. Morrison's Beauty Shop Phone 279 Kluss Boys Home from Coast— Glenn, a-nd Alvin. Kluss got home Friday from Venice, Calif., whci* they imrt been doing road construction. They will spend a few weeks with their parents, -Mr. and rs. Fred Kites.. 2-Year-OltT Babe Has Pneumonia— B'etty, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs; WiTbert Hulldorff, has been, serferasly sick with pneumonia. Dv. P. T. Janse, Algona, is attending physician, and Alma Madson, R. N., Lone Rock, Is nurse. LONG DISTANCE I You can talk 40 airline miles for 35c*; 701 airline miles for 50c*; and 100 airline miles for 60C*. Long distance telephone rates are based on airline miles and are less per mile as the distance increases. ± This is the day station-to-station rate from A:3O A. M. to ^ 7 P M. for a three-minute conversation and applies when you ask to talk with anyone available at the telephone called. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Other Fen ton News Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson onterlaraied 1 at New Year's dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson. Mayimrd Stephenson, and Mildred DECJraw, Algona. Margaret Stephen-son spent' several days last week wth relatives and friends at Algeria. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Reimers, Geo. nosie-w u»=.-->«- "* •— . Boettcher, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. tow Me«dames J. L, Phil. Lee, and hveisbrod were 6 o'clock dinner Harry Lichty. suests at R. N. Bvuer's. Bancroft, Ilauj L,icni>. 'Sunday evening, the occasion being Mr. Bruei-'s 72nd birthday.' Kupt. Leonard Baase visited Saturday with relatives here. He was en route to Donnellson to resume school duties, after a holiday vacation with his mother, Mrs. John „.-._, El Reno, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz visited at Richard Voighfs, Welcome, Minn., Sunday, and were accom- Holiday Visitors Have Gone— Alice AVolf returned to her work at the Lutheran hospital, Hampton, last week Tuesday. Envin Braner, student at Concordia Teachers college Hlver Forest, 111., returned Sunday afternoon, and Walter Reddle student at Seward, Neb., returned Sunday. Robert Murray is again a student at the College of Commerce, Des Moines, and Vera Tiede returned to Detroit college New Year's day. I Mrs Jus. Christcnsen Bereaved— las Christiansen attended the I funeral of bis mother-in-law, Mrs. Clara Elizabeth Kline, at Muscatine Sunday. She was 74 years old and died of heart disease. Mrs. Christiansen was unable to attend the funeral because of the illness of their daughter, Charlene, who has the flu. Burt, Jan. G — W. H. Strickler, one of the early settlers of this community, died at the home of his niece, Mrs. Van Hanson, of Buffalo township, Friday, January 2. He had suffered! fluom. diabetes since 1924 and several years ago had t-. have both legs amputated, William Henry Strickler was born November 5, '1859, In Buchanan county, the soni of J>°hn and Susan Strickler. He grew to manhood there and farmed and taught school during the winter months. He attended college at Cedar Falls for a year and' i'n. 18ST. came to Kossuth, after which Ive taught school for several yeaais. In 1919 he moved into Buvt, where lie Kved until two or three years ago, since which time he has lived, with his niece, Mrs. Van Hansdn. He is survived by one sister,. Mrs. L.uey Lizer, and one brother, J. D, Andrews, of the Doan neighborhood. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Van Hanson borne, the Rev. J. E. Clifton, of the Burt Methodist church conducting the service. Burial was made in thfe Riverside cemetery at Algona. ,,„ home by Lorena Voight, who Is helping with the housework at \Vilbert Hulldorff's. The E. D. Whites got home last week Wednesday, after the holidays at Rockford and Rock Falls with the parents respectively of Mr. and , White, Mr. White is principal ROY MOULDS TRANSFERRED TO SiQUX CITY DISTRICT Changes in' employes of the office of- secretary of state at Dea Moines have been announced las the reuslt of the succession of G. C. Greenwailt to Ed M. Smith as sec-' retary. Among them is the transfer Miiiiiiiiiiinniiiiii^ CRASH DownGoShoePrice Here are a few Specials for Friday, Saturday, Monday i JANUARY 9-10 AND 12 of R. E. Moulds, Algona, to Sioux City headquarters. Mr. Moulds, whose headquarters bave been !ft Mason City, has been succeeded heife '• _. . -i _ .. _ a •».»., w, I., TVff»» high school. Hantelmann returned last week Wednesday from Herreid, by! Max Studer, of Manly. Moulds went to Mason City Mr. Monday to induct Mr. Studer. It is understood that the Moulds family will remain here. We are cleaning house on X . our entire shoe stock. About 800 pairs ladies, men's and children's shoes to go at 40 to 50c on the dollar. — For Service — We aim to give you the best possible dry cleaning service to be had anywhere. See us in our new quarters t' Modern Dry Cleaners The Valetor Pressing Service PHONE 537 S. D-, where she visited her sister, the wife of the Rev. Mr. Dieter She returned Sunday to Allison, „ . . i where she is teaching. ™ RU ..= Entertain C. E. Society-1 Epworth League entertained the Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church and the Y. P. of the Evangelical church at a New Year's eve watch party at the Community hall last week AVednesday evening. . Margaret Hantelmann and Louise Hengel returned to Des Moines Fvi- Sale Dates I The evening was spent in games and music, and lunch was served. I Henry pcrganile Son Baptised— The young son of Mr. and Mrs ^em-y Pergande was baptized a I the Lutheran church by the Rev. P. Braner on New Year's day, and received the name Robert Dale. Sponsors were Albert Pergande and Lulu Schlpull. day night, after the holidays with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hantelmann and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hengel. Mr. and -Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk, Ottosen, called on Fenton friends Sunday. Mr. A'an Buskirk was station agent here 20 years ago. He is now station agent at Ottosen, on the Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest AVolto, Lu A'erne, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larson, Ceylon, and the Raymond Reimers family, Ringsted, were entertained at the H. E. Reimers home New Year's day. Jan. S—Ernest Bower, 1% miles east of Sexton. Lot of children's SHOES and SLIPPEBS 69c Jan. 8—Robert AVard, closing out sale, 6% miles southwest of Titonka. Jan. 9—E. M. Gross, closing out sale, 5 miles east and one-half mile north of Algona. Jan. 13 — Roy Wadlelgh, Sexton, closing out sale. Jan, 14—Louis J. Kutschara, 8 miles • east of Algona on McGregor street road, closing out sale. ' Jan. 15—George' Goetz, 2 miles west, 1 mile north, of AVesley. Jan. 15—Gust Carlson & Sons, Poland China brood sow sale, six Lot of boys' and girls' SCHOOL SHOES Solid leather, all sizes 98c of Prayer Observed— The three churches, Methodist, j Evangelical, and Presbyterian are observing/the week of prayer having union meetings at the different churches each evening this week with the exception of Saturday. Mrs. AV. P. AVelsbrod entertained relatives Saturday, honoring her daughters, Mrs. F. J. Worrell and Ira Weisbrod, -who had been -visiting their parents two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. AVeisbrod had as dinner guests Sunday the R. C. Goetches. Mrs. Kate Newel, Gordon AVelsbrod, Verona. Weisbrod, and the LeRoy Newels, Hartley. miles north of Emmetsburg. Jan. IB — Alfred Larson, Plum Creek township, general farm sale. Jan- 22 — August Bollinger, northeast of Burt, closing out sale. Jan. 31 — C. J. Houseman, bred sow sale, 2% miles northeast Armstrong. Big assortment of Stitchdown SHOES and OXFORDS Values up to $2.00. Out they go . $1.69 Clean Cotton Rags Wanted ^^JTSB: s± jL-ijrs. Mr^ v 5 *"™ SSf ' illness of Mrs. Mason, who is «!-*«£ Ye£ "\ s ««*• Weisbrod fering with fl u_and ± ompUc a tion 8 . ^ •£ ^ W^ '-,*$»«* Campfire Girls Entertain Guests— Klemme Swday. Mrs. Arnold, lor- The Campfire girls met at the merly Emilia Lenz, is a former Fen- O. J. Marty home Friday. Each In- ton teacher. . vited a guest and there were ZO Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel spent In attendance. A cover e d-di 9 a New Yew's at WilWw Ford's, W9* Bunkofske, 4Vz miles r-.ortb.east of Burt, general farm sale. Feb. 4—Henry J. Kraft, 5 miles north .of Lu Verne, general farn> Wille, closing out Jan. 28 — Wm. sale. Feb. 11—Otto sale, Lu Verne. Big lot of BIG BOYS SHOES Black or brown. Sizes up to 6. $1.98 Big assortment of MEN'.S OXFORDS AND DRESS SHOES $5.00 and $6.00 values $1.95 85 pairs of Men's Solid Leather WORK SHOES • $3.50 and $4.00 values. Come early and get your pick at, pair $1.98 Men's heavy rolled edge WORK BUBBEBS $1.85 values—pair $1.25 . Boys' heavy WORK RUBBERS or dress, size up to 6 87c ADVERTISING IN THE ADVANCE goes into more than 3000 homes, No other Koesuth paper c%n give ta? same service or anywhere, near It. ^fjUJHjH^^ (BpBp III m' Ladies' fancy, all-rubb GAITERS Fleece lined. Black QV brown. $1.65 Lot of misses' FELT SI4PPEBS Choice of tnis lot Boys' gym and TENNIS. SHOES White, with black ming. 79* 90 pairs of ladies' , grade novelty OXFORDS ftH Blacks and Values up to 1 5.! Out ut ttoeyjQ » $2.69 iC^^ijMS^ !--> -,- ^mi'^f&,-^>m k-iai-^feSsJi-feSsi-As.i*!
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