Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1931
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KAQE EIGHT 4.05 S.80 8.15 !!Jir> 7^0 7.05 4.45 5.85 8JO 6.55 2.45 n.; 7.70 (.55 8.54 8.15 4.16 8.55 8.65 Magazine Service— Many Advance subscribers take magazines and pay the regular subscription rates for them. The Advance is in a position to offer reduced rates on clubs consisting of the Advance and nny magazine. CLUB BATES In the following table the combined regular subscription rate of the Advance and the magazines Hated apponrs In the first column, •nd In tho second column appears the clubbing rate, which, under this offer, Is all yon have to f** for both— Regular Com- Club- blned bin? Bate Rate American Bor »*-<X> Same, 8 years •— &-00 American Ceokery ——— 8-50 American Girl 8.50 American Region Weekly 3.59 Same with American ' Boy and Collier's 8.W Same with American Boy and Woman's Home Companion .. 7.50 Same with Woman's Home Companion -- 5,00 American Mercury 7.00 Arena .- 3-50 Weekly Argosy 6.00 Atlantic Monthly 0.00 Better Homes * Gardens 3.00 Else Book Magazine — 5.00 Beokman , 7.00 Boys' Life 8.00 Catholic Bally Tribune . 8.00 Chicago American 7.00 Chicago Herald-Examiner 7.00 Chicago Tribune 7.00 Child Life 5.00 Christian Herald 4.00 Collier's 4.00 Cosmopolitan 5.00 Wtth Good Housekeeping 6.50 Country Life 7.00 Current Events 2.75 Current History 5.00 torrent Literature 8.00 Current Beading 5.00 Dairy World 3.00 Delineator 8.00 Bes Uolnes Register — 7.00 Deg Molnes Tribune 7.00 . Etude 4.00 Farmer's Wife (4 yrs.)~ 8.00 Form Jon null 3.00 Field and Stream 4.50 Forbes Magazine (Twice a month) 7.00 Fornni and Century 4.50 Golden Book 5.00 Good Housekeeping 4.50 Harper's Dimnir G.OO Harper's Magazine C.OO liberty 4.50 McColl's — 8.00 Mid-Week Pictorial .„, 0.00 Nation 7.00 Nature 5.00 Open Road (for boys)--- 8.00 Outlook 7.00 Pathfinder 3.00 Physical Culture 4.50 Pictorial Rcvleiv 8.00 Plain Talk (i.00 Police Gazette 6.00 Popular Mechanics 4.50 Popular Science 4.50 Headers' Digest 5.00 Eedbook 4.50 Sellable Poultry Journal (3 years) 3.00 Bevtew of Reviews 5.00 St. Nicholas 6.00 Science and Intention .. 5.00 Scientific American 6.00 gcrlbner's 6.00 Short Stories 7.00 Time 7.00 Tree Story 4.50 Wallaces' Farmer 8.00 'Woman's Home Companion — 8.00 3.80 World's Work 8.00 5.05 5.80 2.85 4.30 2.80 4.05 2.80 2.80 MRS, G, LIEN, EX-SWEA CITY DIES JAN, 1ST Swea City, Jan. 13—Pi-lends here received word January 1 of the death of Mrs. Chris Leln t who had recently lived at Bancroft but had been a resident of Swea City many years. Her maiden name was Marie Stomllen, and she was born June 4, 1S76, at Nordeland. Norway. She was married to Mr. Lien October 19. 1903 In Norway, and they came to thla country In 1905. Seven children were born, all of whom were with their mother when she died. Besides her husband, she leaves: Morris. Curl, Inga (Mrs. Arnold McFarland), Margaret Laura, Lawrence, and Arthur. Two brothers survive in America and her father, a brother, and a sister In Norway. Mrs. Lein was a member of the Beth'.e- hem church here, and the funeral was held Saturday afternoon at the local church, after which. the>body was burled in the Harrison cemetery. Armstrong W. R- C. Names Offeers In a recent election of officers of tho W. R. C. chapter in Armstrong, with which Swea City members of the organisation are affiliated, the following were named: Mae Trusty, president; senior vice president, Mrs, W. O. Nelson, Swea City; Junior vice president, Mrs. Mary Dundas; treasurer, Mrs. Erma Perry; chaplain, Mrs. J. O. Soylar, Swea City; conductor, Mrs. Ruth Benton ; guard, Mra. A. Maude Peterson; secretary, Fern Beers, press' correspondents, Marie Frost, Hulda Peterson, Swea City; patriotic Instructor, Leota Moore; color bearers, Lela Ramhorst, Armstrong; Hulda Peterson and Belle Smith, Swea City, and Charlotte Phillips, Armstrong; assistant conductor, Mrs. Lottie Palmer; assistant guard, Mrs. Kate HilL . , Around the County LEGAL NOTICES | BtTFFALO CENTER FARMER WEDS LAKOTA OIRt— LAKOTA — Ralph Miller, Buffalo Center, and Alberta? daughter of the Helko Adams, In northeast Lincoln township, were married at her home two weeks ago Tuesday, the Kev .Mr. Frerklng officiating. They left the same d:iy for a short honeymoon, and will be at home March 1 on the of town. Harold Roba farm, west MRS. ARKND HONKEN, 77, NEAR BANCROFT, PASSES— LAKOTA — Mrs. Arend Honken,' between Tltonka and Bancroft, died two weeks ago Sunday at the age of 77. She suffered a stroke the previous week, and pneumonia .jet In, causing death. Funeral services were held at the German Reformed church, north of Titonka, Christmas day, and she was burled In the Hclmar cemetery, ken leaves a husband (Mrs. Hon and nine children. A son, William, Is the cn'.y child at home. CAR UPSRT8 BUT THE OCCUPANTS ESCAPE INJURY— . v WESLEy;.—. Mrs. .Julius, Hansen with three of her children, tipped over on her way to Wesley shortly before Christmas, when the children were coming in to practice for the Christmas program. The road was slippery, and the car left the track when turning from the Tl- tonka road on to the paving. It turned completely over, the top was ruined and some of the glass broken. Mrs. Hansen and the children miraculously escaped with only a few scratches. They crawled out, and with the help"' of passers-by con- tinned their trip, the children taking their part In the program, as planned. Hatchery Ready for Business— With the Installation of two electric Incubators by the Swea City hatchery this week in the G. O, An- dereon building, Swea City's new hatchery will be ready to operate. The machines have a 32,000-egg ca- P ac " J '' an( J t* 16 first hatch is ex- •'•mlpected in the first week in Febru- 8.55 2.90 2.80 4.05 0.05 4.05 4.15 8.95 5.05 5.05 440 ary. Martin Dahl, manager, Is busy securing eggs of different breeds of chickens, getting them from state accredited flocks. More than 900 farmers in this vicinity have been solicited through the mails for orders. Crt-amery Directors Are Reelected— The creami ry held its annual meeting Saturday e\ - ening. The present direct >rs were re-elected 0 gg j The buttermilk was sold to August 7'ay Helmke at G^c oer cwt. asainst 15c last year. The bid was accepted for 0.05 4.30 2.75 6.55 2.80 3.80 2.80 5.05 5.55 4.05 4.05 4.80 8,80 2.80 4.15 6.05 4.05 5.30 5.05 6,05 5.55 8.80 2.95 a month only, it being the only bid. The creamery did a larger volume of business in 1930 than in 1929, but the farmers did not receive as much cash, owing to lower prices. Remember that every price !• either column above includes the Advance for one year. This offer Is open to both new and old subscribers. Note—1. Whore a magazine IB offered for more than one year the Advance Is Included for only one year. 2. Subscribers who do not retelve mall at any Kossuth or bordering postoffice must add SOc to the price In each column. These are only a few of the many hundreds of publications of all kinds in our list. If you do not see what you Avant, write for it. have it. Dwtor Russ to Blue Earth— Dr. H. H. RUSB ceased practice here January 1, and will move to Blue Earth to take over the practice of his late uncle Dr. John F. Russ. Doctor Russ had been here 18 months and had made many friends, oosldes building up a fine 'practice. Mrs. Russ and the little son will remain 'here till a suitable house can be found at Blue Earth. SpPcial Meetings at Grant — The Grant Center Methodist church had a watch meeting last Thursday night, and it was well attended. This opened ten days of special meetings conducted by the Rev. B. L. Weaver. Doctor Lease came Sunday to preach each night this week, and large crowds have been greeting him. KEG o' CHEER ON THE STREET AT TITONKA— TITONKA — The local Auxiliary pplaced an S. O. S. Keg o' Cheer on the street during the holidays, in whicfj .friends dropped tobacco, playing cArds, cigarettes, etc., and a very generous' supply was collected In this manner. On New Year's day the contents of this keg; were shipped to the U. S. Veterans Hospital at Knoxvilte. SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT HAS APPENDICITIS OPERATION BURT—Supt. Donald Weir was operated upon for appendicitis- at the Esthervflle hospital Wednesday, December 24. Mr. W«lr planned' to> go to Esthervflle to spend Christmas with his parents. He was not feeT- ing well so Pastor Atcn offered to take him. He became so ill before 1 reaching there that it was necessary to call the hospital and he was oy- erated upon immediately. He Is getting along nicely^ His wife and litv- tie son had gone to Templetonv VVis., to spend Chrlsthias With 'he parents. LEDYAllI) H. S. ._ HOLD ANNUAL RBUNION- L.EDY'ARD—The Ledyard H. alumni held their annual alumn party December 27 at the Methodls church. Twenty-two members werr present. , They adopted a constltu tlon, and decided to Include all mem bers graduated from this school even though some were only from the 10th grade. Officers were elect ed: president, Clifford Jenks; vlc< president, Alfred Schadendorf; see retary-treasurer, Hanna Hagge Games were played' and lunch was served. NEGRO QUINT DEFEATS FENTON INDEPENDENTS— FENTON — The Harlem Globe- rrotters, en stern Negro five, defeated the Penton Tigers, 43-30, on the local floor Sunday afternoon December 28. WJUTTEMORE INDEPENDENTS DEFEAT LONE ROCKERS WHITTEMORB—The fast Whlt- temore Independent basketball team defeated the Lone Rock Independents' Saturday at Lone Rock. Whlt- temore trailed at the end of the first half by 10 points, but rallied In the last half to win 34 to 25. Flnnell and Schrler showed up exceptionally well for Whlttemore while Sharp starred for Lone Rock. Whtttemore has not been defeated this year. C. O. Fish Is booking agent for the team. PRESBYTERIAN MEN, LAKOTA, SERVE; CLEAR »1SO— LAKOTA—Last week Wednesday evening the Presbyterian men served their annual supper to a large crowd. The weather was Ideal, and people came from many of the surrounding towns. The Frerklngr orchestra furntohed music during serving time, and the men cleared more than $150. DERNERS. OF WHITTEMORK. LOSE K9THERVILLE NEPHEW— WHITTEMORE — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner received a message last Thursday that a. nephew of Mr. Derner, Jos. Nepple, had died Wednesday December 31, at Estherville. They attended the funeral Friday. Mr. Nepple has been ailing a year. He left a widow and four children. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF No. 3446. State, of Iowa, Koisuttt county, m. In District Court, January term, 1931. . To All Whom It May Concern: Tou are hereby notified, that an nctrument of jutting purporting to be the la* Will and Testament Of Ijasm Hellmers, deceased, dated December 1, ,1930, haying been this day filed, opened 'and read,,,-the 28th day of January, .1931, la fixed • for tearing proof of aame at the Court louse In Algona, Iowa, before th* District Court of mid County or the Clerk of aald Court; and at t o'clock m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear and how cause. If any they have, why Id Instrument should not be probated and allowed a» and for the last Will and Testament of aald de- "eaaed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 4, 1930. Seal) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. C. McMahon, Attorney. 15-17 BURT COUNCIL .REBATES DECEMBER LIGHT BILLS— BURT—At a special meeting of tfre town council last Wednesday evening It was decided 1 to rebate all Eteeember electric bills to tfre patrons'. Sufficient funds were on Tranxl to make this- possible and 1 the council felt that in tfre present franl times this donation would 1 be very acceptable. Spieker Runs Chick Hatchery— The D. W. Fultzes returned one day last week from Sioux Falls, where they had spent the holidays with the Claud Spiekers. Mr. Spieker, former cashier of the new defunct national bank here, is conducting a chicken hatchery at Sioux Falls. L, R,'S OUINTS PLAY BANCROFT FRIDAY NIGHT Lone Rock, Jan. 6; — The Lone Rock basketball teamw wfll play at Bancroft Friday eveniiisgv and next week Friday evening. Ftenton will play here. Lone RJoefc won two games from Fenton earffler in the season, and will be ou* to repeat. Fenton, however, is out to even the score, so fast games aue' expected. Bridge Clnb ia Entertain** Mrs. Dorothy Sharp entertained the regular bridg-e clufo and guests at her home Tuesday. Those present were Mesdamea otto, Roy, and Ernest Jensen, Robert Drivnsfeldt, L. R. Roderick, W. J. Cotton, Alfred Krueger, Ralph Thompson, Thompson, Mrs. Chris Oodfredson, of Ringsted, and Mrs. Lawrence Nemmers, of Bancroft. Girls* Sewing Club Meets — Little Doris Sanders entertained the little folks sewing circle Saturday. Those who attended were Marion and Dorothy Jensen, Mary Anne and Maxine Flaig, Doris Mae We meet or beat any price offered on any magazine by anybody. OTHER COMBINATIONS We have them—scores of them—all there are, offered by anybody. We just can't set them out in our limited space here. Ask us about any combination you have in Blind. FILL IN THIS OIlDEll AND MAIL TODAY P. 0 Date ADVANCE ALGOXA Gentlemen— I enclose 9 _., for which send me the Advance one year (or credit one year If I urn already taking It) and the following' magazines: Yours truly, Party Honors the Gardners— Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner were honored with a party at the Legion rooms Friday evening. A large crowd attended. The Gardners were married at Chicago December 2G, and have gone to housekeeping on a farm near Armstrong. Hus-Rcens Defeat B. B. Actives— The present high school basketball team played last year's team on New Year's afternoon, and last year's team won, 45-20. Several ot the last year's boys are now in col- lese, but were home for the holidays. Blanchard, Lucille Kathryn Stebritz. Genrich and Group Pastors Meet Hore— The Rev. and Mra. B. L. Weaver were host.s at a group meeting of pasture and wives Monday. Esther- vllle. Dolliver, Graettinger, Armstrong, Fenton. and Swea City are included In the group. Cardinals \yin from Truuum— The Cardinals played Truman, Minn., Friday, winning, and the game resulted 22-17. Our boys say the Truman players are the cleanest they have ever met. fouls were called. Only three Note—Would you like to send one or more magazines for Christmas! Too can do It. We will credit your Advance subscription one year and ..•end the magazine wherever you gay. or magazines And why not e Advance itself as a Christmas rmt Only $3 one year to any Eos- loth or bordering postoffice, or $2.50 f to any other postoftlce. Collegians Give a Dance— Last week Tuesday evening college students here hud a dance at the Legion hall, 15 couples attending. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Winter were chaperons. Teacher Held lT, 1( ] er Quarantine— Miss Wylam, 7th grade teacher, is quarantined, the hired man at the home having smallpox. Mrs. Warner is substituting for her. Auxiliary in Benefit Party— The Legion Auxiliary gave a benefit card party at the Legion hall Monday evening. A charge of 25c was made. A large crowd attended. Other Swea City, Mrs. Bertha Eckholm and her daughter Laila, who are living at Mason City, went home Saturday, after having spent the holidays at the J. M. Smith and Hugh Butterfield 'homes. Miss Eckholm teaches in the Mason City schools, and her mother works in a department store I'ostmistriss Is Aw»y, Visiting— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing left early Sunday morning for Campus, 111., to visit Mr. Earing's relatives. Mrs. Art Davis will have charge of the postoffice during their absence. Donald Blanchard went as far as Cedar Falls with the Barings. Rodericks Attend Family Reunion The L. R. Roderick family attended a family reunion at the Mrs. Margaret Davison home in Sheffield last Thursday. Georgetta and Robert Davison, Sheffield, visited the Robert Dransfeldts and L. R. Rodericks last week. U. B. Girls Give a Party— The basketball girls entertained in honor of the first and second boys' basketball teams at the school house Friday night. The group chose sides and played games. Lunch was served. Kitchen Shower is Given— A kitchen shower wil be held at tbe Mrs. Fred Flaig home this week Wednesday in honor of Loretta O'Donell, whose approaching marriage to Arthur Sprank has been announced. Maynurd Genrieh'ls Honored- Mrs. Fred Genrich gave a birth- Church at Nashua ^ev Year's day, wlteni the latter'were married. Miss Hauelt iff a niece of Mr. Genrich. The- Chae. S'chuTtz family, De Snret, S'.. D>, visited' the Fred Scntrltz family over Sund'ay, and drove to Forest CVty, where they have rented a farm 1 for next. year. ,..• Tire Fred 1 Flai'gs- entertained at New Tear's- dinner the Wm. O'Don- nellb; Ester Acfcermans, Glen BXtrtsv Frank- Flaigs-, and Arthur Sprank, August Lampe and W. G. Ftsfg-. MTrs-.. N". Iu Cotton and son W. J.' were' buslmss- callers in Govrrfe Friday.. Mrs-. W. J. Cotton visited friends- att EstlterviTIe Friday and SatucdUiy. Frank Stebrtta and children, Algona,. and' Mrs. Barbara Stebritz spent Slmdlay evening at the Mrs, E. ST.. Hkyrftw home. J)Tr:. an<J Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt returned 1 Friday from Sheffield and Cedar Falte after visits with relatives 1 .. The Cart Raths and Otis Sanders spent Stmd'ay evening at Estel Ack- errnare's 1 . Mm. BrHgett Quinn and children, Bancroft, spent New Year's at Jack Qumn'sv Mr. and Mra. Ben See'gebarth left Sund'ay for Chicago, where they have been working. Donald Westbee, Minneapolis, came New Year's day to spend a few days at the W. T. Fish's. The W. C. Hieter family was entertained Sunday at the Mrs. Maude Deane home at Fenton. High school pupils commenced work on declamatory selections this week. Howard Blanchard returned to Brighton Saturday after two weeks with his parents. The Auxiliary meets next week Wednesday. The next meeting of the P. T. A. will be January 22. There will be a baked chicken dinner at the Good Hope church this week Thursday noon. Mrs. Jack Quinn will entertain the sewing circle next week Thursday. Paul Rath, Buffalo Lake, Minn, visited at Fred Rath's Sunday. The L. E. Godfrey family visited relatives at Estherville New Year's William O'Donnell left Sunday foi Campus, 111., to visit relatives. day dinner Sunday in honor of Maynard's 15th birthday. Guests were Mervin Christensen, Coach George Manus, Pauline Lewis, and Mrs. C. E. Genrich of Algona. Sirs. BUuichard's Father 78— The. J. M. Blanchards spent last Thursday evening at H. A. White- hill'a at Burt. It was Mr. Whitehill's 78th birthday. Wlutteiiiore Independents \vin Whittemore defeated the town basketball team Saturday 32-29. Other Lone Rock. Lone Rock, Jon. 6 — Mrs. Hugh Marlow had the misfortune tp scald her leg above the ankl e with hot water Jast week. Infection set in and has been causing considerable pain. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich accompanied Grace Hauck and Russell Hodgea to the Little Brown SPEEDY RELIEF FOR SORE THROAT THIS DOCTOH'S PIIPSCUIPTION REQUIRES NO GARGIING No longer is it necessary to gargle and choke with nasty tasting medicines to relieve sore throat. Now you can get almost instant relle with one swallow of a doctor's fa mous prescription. This prescrlp tlon was refilled so often that the druggist who originally filled it de cided to put it up under the nam "Thoxine" and make it available t( everyone. The remarkable thing about Thox ine is that it relieves almost in stantly, yet contains nothing harm ful. It is pleasant tasting, and saf for the whole family, and is guar anteed to relieve sore throat o coughs in 15 minutes or mone back. Put up ready for use in 35c 60c, and $1.00 bottles. Sold by LUB by Drug Co., and all other goo drug stores. (9 F, L. HOPPE The Jolly Auctioneer — who n«ve fails to hold a crowd. Has had 2 years of experience In stock an farm sales. Prices reasonable. Sal lafactlon guaranteed. Give me trial. Phone 705-J, Algona, 6it OF OF *HB To Whom It May Concern; Public notice Is hereby given that at a special meeting of the stock' holders of the Spurbecki-Lambef' Company^ a corporation, held in Al- gorin, Iowa, on the 5th day of Juiy 1930, a resolution .. dissolving said corporation was unanimously ,adop ted by all of the stockholders 01 said corporation and the_. officer* ol said corporation were authorized to wind'up the affairs of said corporation and give notice of. dissolution as provided by law. • ' E. L. SPURBBCK, President C. li. INOERSOLL, 15-18 - Secretary. IN EQUITY NO. 13383. NOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO 8BLI/ CERTAIN REAL ESTATE. In the District Court of Iowa, In nd for Kossuth County. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. 'ounty Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. . To All Persons Interested In the Receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that there s now on file In the office of the 'lerk of the District Court of Kosuth County, Iowa, the Application f I>- A. Andrew, Receiver of the 'ounty Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, skfng: that he be authorized to sell, le following described • property, tuated In the County of Kossuth S State of Iowa, to-wit: All that part of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) of the Northwest Quarter (NW>4) of Section Twenty-four (24), Township Ninety-eight (98) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), Weet of the Fifth P. M., described as follows: Beginning at a point on the North line of the Public HTgliway which is a continuation westerly of Ramsay Street in the Town of Bancroft, Iowa, 16 rods West of the Southwest corner of Lot 14 In Blk. 1 In Call's Addition to the Town of •' ,'fiaAfc? oftr " tfofih to Ififi Notth, ilWe 6« Wife Sduthwbsi flaw-Mr (8^*4) ol the Nbrth^eii Quarter (NW%), Ot sold B«6t;l6n Twenly*f6ur (24), thence Weft Sight (8) rods, therice South to the North line of Said Highway) thence East 8 rods to the place ot beginning, known aa the McCowen house, > ' to Louise M.Spplnger ftftd Anna Si Springer fof the oum of Six ttun» dYed Dollars ($660.00) according to the terms and conditions *et out in said Application, ,to which you are referred for, further particulars. You are.further notified that the hearing on Said Application will be had at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa,' on: the 15th day of January, A. D. 19S1, at two o'clock p, m. of said day, at Which time you may appear and Show cause, If any, you have, why an Order should not be-- entered .approving said sale. : , . li. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of ' Banking ol the state of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank Algona, Iowa, By R. H. MltiLBR, Examiner In Charge. It OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE BOARD OF> ROAD COMMISSIONER* To the Citizens of Humbolijt; ..arid Counties: Notice la hereby given that a petition for a franchise to «rect, use, and maintain poW wires, guy wires, towers, cabled, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power, and heating purposes has been filed by the Iowa Public Service Company, Sioux City, Iowa, in the office of the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the State of Iowa; that said petition asks the right to construct and maintain said electric transmission Ine over, along and across the fol- owlng described public lands,' highways, streams and private lands: Beginning at the southeast (SB) corner of section thirty-four (34), ownshlp ninety-four (94) north N), range twenty-seven (27), west ;W) of the FifthvP. M., County, Iowa; thence west (W) on he 'highway oii'i the south (S) line of sold section thirty-four (34), a distance of approximately one (1) mile to the southwest (SW) corner >f said section thirty-four (34). Beginning at the northeast (NE) corner of' section twenty-five (25), ownship ninety-one (91), north ;N), range twenty-nine (29), west [W) of the Fifth P. M., Humboldt County; thence west (W) on the highway on the north (N) line of said section twenty-five (25), a dls- ance of approximately one-fourth of a mile to the place where said highway turns southwest (SW) ; thence in a general southwesterly (SWly), northwesterly H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 , Algona, Iowa. W) .^in the. ftorth ,„, halt'itft) dl^liedtlldii --,—-, five (!26^ a'dlataricji of aptiro«lmate- ly 1 oil* (1) htlW'^wi 1 Wrtl^W) line of gal<ikt!Ciibn ? , twenty-five ,(25) ,1 and beginning ttt the'Intersect Ion of A north (N) and M)Uth (&) highway approximately oft tKe north (N) and south (S) 'tenter Wine of 1 -'section twe'nty*slx (26), Said township and range, with the hdrth- (N) line of said section twenty-six (26); thfinco south (S) on aald highway approximately on the north (N) and south (£l) Center ilne of said section twen ty-slx (26), a distance of approximately one (1)1 'mile to the .south (8) Ilhe of said section twenty-six (26), and beginning at the northwest (NW) corner of'section twen- ty-slx (24), aald township and range; thence east (B) on the highway on the north (N) A IIne of said section' twenty-six (26), a distance of approximately one-fourth (U) of a mile to the place where said high' way 'turns southeast (SB) ;• thence In a general southeasterly (SBly) direction on the highway In the northeast (NE) 'quarter of the northwest ' (NW) quarter of said section twenty-six' (26), a distance of approximately/ one-third (1/3) ,of a mile'to the'Intersection with a north (N) and south (S) highway xlmfUely on' ,the north (N) and ~. r,, »TT '.'• -T.-—r.",T; twenty-rtx <»«). The Board .of Railroad • Commissioners ha* fixed the 21st. day of January, 1M1,.ten (10) a. m. In ita office at Dec Molnefl/ Iowa, as time and place for hearing amid petition. Any objections to the 'granting of •uch franchfs* must be'lri writing and filed In triplicate with this Board at least flre (S) day* before date of hearing;. The Board suggest*. that the objector be represented at the hearing by someone who ha» full authority to act for It. Dated at Dee* Moinea lowm, December 23rd, 1939. • , BOARD OF RAILROAD COM* Mi88TONKR8 OP THO STATE OF IOWA. Attest: GEO. L. MeCAUOHAN. Secretary. 15-16 Flto E-1771. Worthq Purpose 1. To par doctor bill*, 2. To refinance your c*r and reduce payments. I. To buy livestock or chickens. 4. TO GBT OUT OP DEBT — by grouping scattered bills where one uniform •mall payment can be made each month. PAYMENT 8CHSDULB I SB— Repay I 1.55 • Month f 100— Repay I 7.0S • Montk f 100— Repay 114.10 • Month tJOt— Repay S21.10 • Month Your", furniture, auto and Itro Itock may be used a> Mcuritjr. Wo will be glad to talk with you (con- fldentinlly, of COUFM) about ar> ranging a loan to moot your nceda. See , CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALOOVA Representing . "*^_ .. FEDEBAL FIHA5CB ! CO. Des Home* THE «. B E A T AMBBICAN V A L U At the National Automobile Shows Chevrolet wins first place for the fourth time First place at the National Automobile Shows—a position granted on the basis of annual sales volume—is again awarded to Chevrolet. This is the fourth consecutive time that Chevrolet has achieved this honor. And the reason lies in the exceptional value which Chevrolet cars consistently provide. This year, in its bigger and better Six, Chevrolet is offering an but-" , standing example of the value which has brought it such record success. In fact, no previous Chevrolet car has ever represented such a high degree of quality and advancement, and sold at such low prices as today'* Chevrolet Six. » New low prices « Roadster, $475; Sport Roadster with rumble seat, $495 5 Coach or Standard Five- Window Coupe, $545; Phaeton, $510; Standard Coupe, *535 5 Sport Coupe (rumble seat), $575; Standard Sedan, $635j Special Sed,,n, $650. Special equipment extw. Prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan. NEW CHEVROLET SIX See your dealer below Bros,, «, *"«»»»B)w» f-tHJIULU Wesley Auto Co., Wesley 'DEALERS IN CHEVROLET SI3C-CY1.1NBER TRUCKS, Roderick Auto Co., Lo»e Bock Service Motor Co,, »»rj f. „. ^--^l-BAlMtB.*..!, Physician and Surgeon Office In ; Quinby Bldg., Phohj/jNo. 18. 1>B, W. B. ANDREWS Oiteopathle Physician and S Eye, Ear, Noae, and Thro X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation r . Phoneg; Office, 187; realdenctj 1>B. P. E. WALLKT Osteopnthle Physician. Rectal diseases and confli cnaes. Office phone 79. Residence I Over Zender ft Caldwell sti ALGONA, IOWA — ; P. V. JANSE, M. B. Physician and Snfgeori. Office on South-Dodge Stn. Phones: Office 1 . C66;.resident,! Algona, Iowa. xiafottARv; ^~^~^HHH55 DIREI KOSBtJfM -— • A ^-rfcr Founded!, aS 'Second-Clnsa ^»c...uc. 81, iSOg, at the at AfgbnA, iowa, Under „ of March. 2, 1679, W. B. Quarton ' ' « QUARTON * MIU Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, r es ia 6n . Algona, Iowa. 1. I'. BON All Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Office phone 460-W. AlgonH SULLIVAN, McMAHON A i J. W, Sullivan s; E. i L. BJ Llnnan Attorneya-at-Law Phones: Office, 261; j. TO 8. E. Mo. 408; Algojq HARRINGTON , T. P. Harrington L. J. „ Attorneys-at-Law Phone*! Office, 287; T. p. B.J. TANNIN ,th,W. Office ;over State O.'t>. Shumway R n | SHDMWAT * KKUl Attorneyi-at-Law 1 Office In Quinby Blood »«• L. A. WINKRL Office !• Quinby B: Phone no. POCTOB8 JCENCFICK A C»AWl M. J. Keneflck • B. H. CTM - Phy«lclan« »nd BurgM^I Office.: Algona Hospital; p^ 1 Residence Phones- K«tMH1ck. »T. crawfoi C. «. CBBTZMBYll * hyBlcUui uid fiurjreon I Office In John O*lbratth B Phone*! Office 110, res. 444,, DENTISTS DE. A. D. ADAMS Denttot , Office In F^rst National Bank! Phones: Office, 20; res., 26-j OK. H. MY OLSON . Located over ChrUtensen . Phones: Business 18«, Reslden Algona, Iowa DB. C. D. 80HAAP DeHttot Located In former Dr. W. E. ( office, over Chrteteiwen Bros, i Phone 181. CHIROPRACTORS DB. B. J. THISSEN Palmer Graduate Chirop Thirteen year'* successful ,.„ Office over Btate'a Cafe. VETERINARY — _ I* W. FOX Veterinarian . We«t State Street, Al K onil Pl?one»; Office 47S-W.. rea. BCItDING CWTHA( H. «. COWAN General Contractor. Eatimatea Furnished. p n°n«s: Business. 619-J; MACHINISTS NOBTON MACHINB WOl. Machlniata and Welder* _ Service atock on Piston Ringi,| and Bearings. West ef Courthouse. Pho "pJOpPCB 8WIPT * COMPANY Cash Buyer*. Poultry, Egga, and Hides,'| Matt Lamuth, Phone 284. INSURANCE K088UTH COUNT? MU1. IN8PBANCE A880CIATIO Over $15,OQO,000 worth of insui In force. A home company, secure. j, p. pax gQn , Se THE ALGONA IJTSUBAHCI „ „ AGENCY C. B, La Barre ' Al Palke. Reliable Ins. Service Phone SB, City Property loans, , Insurance, Real -Estate.; CUNNINGHAM A LACI W. jtate St.".'•-'•: AJ^ona. j JOE OBEENBEBO New and used Auto Part* 1 Tires a,nd Acceaaorles. Hides, Pur and Wool Alyom, Iowa. ' ^^'^•••••SS^^SHSiEp'^^*^' i KoMuth County I SuteBank OFFICBB8 JOB, W, Wodaworth, the Board. B. B, Rlat, Prealdent. 5P. H, Wa,dsworth, Q..B, an, Vice." •- ^ r

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