Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1931
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TAOETBN F. L. HOPPE •li* Jolly Auctioneer — who =*alla to hold a crowd. Has had 10 Tears of experience in Block and farm sales. Prices reasonable. Sat' Jgfmctlon guaranteed. Give me a Iriat. Phone 706-J, Algona. Bltf Wanted: Ton to try Richard's Rheumatic Remedy. Reaches every bone, muscle, tissue and joint. Removes the cause. Stops the piUn. Money back If It falls. $1.00; Six—$5.60. At Lusby's and all druggists. Poland China I5RRO GILTS Twenty 3»0-lb. March gilts, bred .for April furrow. Best breeding. The T>lg kind with quality. Special price on large number. R. W. Butterfield \Vi Miles North of Hurt. Bladder Weakness __ If Getting Up Nights, Backache, Ifireauent day calls, Leg Pains, .Nerv- uousness, or Burning, due to functlon- nal Bladder Irritation, In acid condl- iMona, makes you feel tired, depressed .J&nd discouraged, try the Cystex Test. TWTorks fast, starts circulating thru •,the system in 15 minutes. Praised by '^thousands for rapid and positive ac:Stion. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pro- :;a»ounced Slss-tex) today, under the :3ron-CIad Guarantee. Must quickly -'mllay these conditions, improve rest- ttul sleep and energy, or money back. 'vOnly COc at • E. W. LUSHY'S DKUO ST011E GHUR WIL EH WEEK L BE HELD he YELLOW PENCffi with the BAND FARMERS TAKE NOTICE The Chicago Milwaukee «tock yards are completed, and we are prepared to handle your cattle and hogs at good prices. McEnroe [Bros. Yard phone 519. Res. phone 30F12. 'Hrs. GiddingV Birthday Observed— The A. E. Giddings family was en- ertained at Gordon's for dinner Sunday, in honor of the senior Mrs. Biddings' birthday, which occurr- id during the week. The abundant menu included duck with dress- ng, and blHhday cake. Other guests vere Rolfe Goodnow, and the mem- )ers of the Herman Ostercamp fam- innoononnnnn NEW You can now order Trib- time-Capital evening edition Jto be delivered to Algona by SJbus and pay at mail subscription rates. Papers are available about ?5:30 p. m. at Paine & Soren- <ajen drug store. Phone your fenders to W, J, PAYNE County Representative The Register and Tribune Tel. 67 2-J, Algona. Blacksmithing Special— With every disc we sharpen before March 1 we will point and polish one set of six cultivator shovels FREE OP CHARGE. We Also Grind Circular Saws and All Other Saws. IRON AND HARDWOOD •always in stock. Sold in •quantities BLACKSMITHING tevery day in 1931 excep 3Bundays and holidays. LOU MARKLA Head Blacksmith Thorpe OD AND IBON WOBKS O14 Bray Shop Stand BY WESLEYANS Wesley, Jan. 13 — As a prelud to regular evangelistic meetings a the Methodist church, prayer meel Ings will be held this week, as fo lows: Monday evening, prayer meet Ing at Mrs. Turgeson's; Tuesday eve nng, at Hugh MeCutchln's; Wednes day evening, meeting at the church the Rev. A. A. Howe, Buffalo Cen ter, speaker; Thursday evening meeting at the church, the pastoi Mr. Moore, speaker; Friday eve nine, meeting n.t the church, th< Rev. Mr. Bgglcston, Brltt, speaker Tuesday evening, January 20, Doe tor Lease, Algona, district superln tendcnt, will begin a two week* series of evangelistic meetings. H will bring u. largo cross, to be p!ace( and lighted at the back of the plat form, and other equipment tor mak ing the meetings Interesting am successful. Mrs. Hurry Ilnzen Pusses— Mrs. Aletha Hiizen, Marcus granddauKhter of Mrs. Nettie Tlir geson, died at her home after a two years' illness, during which he- mother, Mrs. Hilda. Miles, had care: for her. Burial was made Wednes day, January 7, at Cherokee, hei old home. Mrs. I-Iazen was 31 year! of age. She leaves her husband Harry Haaen, and a daughter win will be two years old May 5. She li survived by one sister and three brothers: Mrs. Eva Danzeiser Clifford, and Harley, all Peoria, ant 1 Richard, Cherokee. All members of her immediate family attended the funeral. Mrs. Miles, who is well known here will come soon for c visit with her mother, Mrs. Turgeson. cc Mullins Attend Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. Vee Mullin were gone from last week Wednesday morning to Saturday evening. They drove to Omaha to attend the marriage of Stella May Perkins, Mrs. Mullin's sister, to Ralph Johnson. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, and was witnessed by 2(i guests, relatives and close friends of the bride and bride- room. The Rev. Mr. .AVellman was the officiating clergyman. The Mulins left their three little sons at lome. with Beatrice Hildman. Pheron Hanson substituted on the •nail route. Miss Perkins had often visited here with her sister. Semester "Exams'' This Week— Semester exams will be held Thursday and Friday at the public •school. For the last semester new ilgli school subjects offered will be niblic speaking, sociology, and bus- ness law, for the llth and 12th grades; animal husbandry, advanced domestic science, and general science, for the sophomores. Next veek AVednesday Mrs. Blelch will jegin coaching the declamatory con- estants. There are 25 enrolled. >trs. Fred Diekmann Sick- Mrs. Fred Diekmann was taken ick last week Wednesday, with lu and gland trouble, and her mother, Mrs. Hans Hansen, stayed vith her several days. Leona Sletner is now working for her. Congregational Meetings Planned- Special meetings will be held at he Congregational church Tuesday, Vednesday and Thursday evenings. Rev. -Mr. Lunde, Cooperstown, orth Dakota, will assist the pastor, he Rev. Air. Bernsten. Jar] Hansen Out Again— Carl Hansen is reported sick in >ed. It is reported that Carl Johnon, who has been sick since before hanksgiving, was able to ride up- own Saturday. Doctor Adams took im in his car. Preston Chapin Birthday Observed— In honor of Preston Chapin's ilrthday, Mrs. Arlo Dawson enter- ained the Messrs, and Mesdames luy M. Butts, William Sturdlvant, nd John Amesbury last Thursday vening. \ D. A. Gives Card Party— The Catholic Daughters held an- ither card party Saturday after- loon. Mrs. J. L. Haverly and Anna Siemer held the honors in bridge and "500", respectively. New Hymn Books Planned— The Methodist Sunday school Is planning a program, to raise money for new hymn books. The plans have not yet taken definite form. ^68BWtt.eotm*fJA^^ >ii " ^V^feil ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^BB^^^^srgrrerB!- »• i•<»• • y - j • ••• 1 1 •.. r. •:••-•-— T ^ : ^^^j^ Great «Pro.perfty Parade" of Lumber ^ lMrtiM nM b. Ifif *rt*#W ii and to* Mi* Ittt 4 *ftM*m«nt of MM 4«teMH>4, .Dated at Algona, Iowa, January », 19*1. , ' (Seal.) CLAttK OftTttM, Clerk of District Court, fey CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy, A. Hutchison, Attorney. 18-20 i Turning an order for nlmost n million feet of lumber into a "prosperity particle," Los Angeles staged i a mile-long procession of motor trucks and trailers bearing a 12-montbs' supply of timber for a large '. movie studio. The huge order required 100 trucks and signalized the opening of production on tlir 1G31 j picture schedule in Hollywood. • • . , 83 ATTEND FARM BUREAU MEETING NEAR LU VERNE Lu Verne, Jan. 13 — One of the largest Farm Bureau meetings held here recently was at the country home of the H. D. Rlstaus Friday evening. There were S3 persons in attendance. A playlet, "Interviewing a Servant Girl," was given by Mrs. R. R. Miisterson, her daughters Roberta, Cora Mae, and Betty, Mrs. Rlstau, and Elsie Hunt. A movie, "Dr. Hill's Health Talk," prescribing apples, was given. The February meeting will probably be held at the Community hall. A tray lunch was served. ifternoon. Monday evening the club will hold a social meeting at the Hutchison home, and husbands will be included. Lucille Kunz, nurse, returned iiome last week Wednesday, having spent a week caring for Mrs. Hernan Stueler, Corwith, to whom a son was recently born. Mr. and Mrs. George Shemel returned to their home at Blue Earth ast week. They had visited their laughter, Mrs. George Ward, since lefore Christmas. Elizabeth Erdman, St. Benedict, ipent the week-end with Josephine Jeinen, who keeps house for her jrother Leo on his farm north of Wesley. The Ernest Hutchinsons visited it Mason City from Saturday evening to Sunday evening, with Mrs. iutchinson's sister, Mrs. Harold Price. John Ormsby is at the old home- tead near Woden, doing some re- miring- O n property belonging to the estate. He left last Thursday. Homer Lawson returned home last veek Tuesday evening. Since Christ- nas he had visited his three sons at Ames and Des Moines. The Methodist Aid will give a covered dish luncheon in the League room this week Wednesday af- ernoon. Thg American Legion Auxiliary vlll hold a bake sale at the A. L. Kleinpeter store, Saturdafy, Janu- iry 17. Mrs. Will Walker, Corwith, and ier son Raymond, visited Sunday vith her parents, the I. W. Leases. A number of Wesieyans attended uneral services for Nels Nelson at Algona Friday afternoon. Adele Kleinpeter, Fort Dodge, pent Sunday with her parents, the A. L. Kleinpeters. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman last week Tuesday. Tastes Bad but Is Not Poisonous LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OF THE SPURBECK-LAMBERT COMPANY, A CORPORATION. To Whom It May Concern: Public notice Is hereby given that at a special meeting of the stockholders of the Spurbeck-Lambert 1 Special Sale on Gilts for January Onli G. P. Beyer, chemist In charge of the laboratory of the industrial alcohol bureau of the Treasury department, measuring out 1 per cent of aldehol and 1% per cent of alcotate, to be placed in a gallon of alcohol. These two "Als" are the government's latest solution of the perplexing problem of making the third "Al," alcohol, undrinkable, but not deadly. The new mixture tastes like garlic with rotten eggs. Company, a corporation, held in Algona, Iowa, on the 5th day of July, 1930, a resolution dissolving said corporation was unanimously adopted by all of the stockholders of said corporation and the officers of said corporation were authorized to wind up the affairs of said corporation and give notice of dissolution as provided by law. E. L. SPURBECK, President. C. L. INGERSOLL, 15-18 Secretary. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WIM, No. 3446. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, M, In District Court, January '• term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Cjasm Hellmers, deceased, dated December 1, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 28th day of January, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for. the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 24, 1930. (Seal) CLARK ORTON, Olerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Attorney. 15-17 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3456. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, se. January term, 1931. . To AH Whom 'It. May Concern: You 'are hereby netlfled, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and .Testament of Chester H. Long, deceased, dated April 2, 1921, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th filed, opened and read, fi the 12th day of February, 1931 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned, all person* Interested are hereby notified and required to appear and »ho« cause, If any they have, why aalrt »n- WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Algona print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they could hire three or four more printers to earn and spend their money here. 45t f HAMPSHIRE BOAR FOR SALE— Alvln Weber, phone 15F22. 10pl8 HRL WANTS GENERAL HOUSE- work. Phone 85F13, Whlttemore. 10pl7, 18 mobile refinancing. First door north of Iowa State bank. Tele- ihone 5'5. C. R. LaBarre, Algona, Iowa. v , FOR SALE: 10 HEAD OF SHORT horn calves. Charles Scott, Burt. llOplS, 19 WE DO NOT CHARGE WANT AD- check MUST accompany ordere.— Advance. Gland Trouble Afflicts Children- Allen Looft and June Adele Kunz are among- Wesley children who have recently been sick with gland trouble. , Other Wesley. The Study club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Jack Haverly in the country. The subject is the manufacture of glass, and members will respond to roll call by naming a n 'article made of glass. Mrs. A M. Lease, leader will prepare c paper, the reading of which will be followed by a general discussion. Mrs. Marlon Paulson left Saturday for Minneapolis, after a six weeks' stay with her mother, Mrs. Peter skow, who was in poor health. Mrs. Skow is at present visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ole Flom. Mrs. Paulson is a teacher in the Minneapolis Bible. Institute, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, Lu Verne, at six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Ostercamp, Britt, visited the brother Herman Ostercamp, here lost Thursday. The Paul Reinke family, Los Angeles, will arrive this week Wednesday to visit Mr. Relnke's aunt, Mrs. John Amesbury, The Tony Sellers, Sexton, visited Mrs. Seller's parents, the Matt Lauxes. Sunday evening. Freda Kyle, Crystal Lake, who has been working at the Killshohn home, returned to Crystal Lake Saturday, -and her place has been filled by another young woman, whose name, we have not learned. Mrs. John Hutchison entertained the Deal 'Em club last Thursday 3ENERAL HOUSEWORK AT AL- gona wanted.—Ask Advance. 7pl8-19 FOR SALE—BARRED ROCK cockerels.—C. P. Cunningham, Sexton- 10pl8 HAULING DONE WITH TRUCK. — C. W. Rutledge, Iryington, phone 13F14. 10pl8 FOR SALE—SHORTHORN YEAR- ling bull.—Geo. -C. Hanna, Lone Rock, phone 3803. 10FB18 HAVE TWO HOUSES TO RENT, one good house, near in; one cheap house.—W. C. Danson. IliSplS FOR SALE—MAMMOTH BRONZE turkeys, hens, $3; toms, $5.—Geo C. Hanna, Lone Rock, phone 3803. 14FB18 HOLSTEIN BULL FOR SALE— Serviceable age. — Wm. Fuerstenau, % mile south of Lotts Creek 14pl8-20 NEW 1930 CHEVROLET Runabout truck for eale.—R. H. Miller, Examiner in Charge Algona State Bank. i 5ut f FOR RENT—MODERN furnished 3-apartment rooms for light housekeeping.—A. W. Sigsbee, phone 488-W. FOR SALE—35 SPOTTED Poland China brood sows, eligible to registry; March and April farrow.—M L. Barton, Lu Verne. 18pl8-20 FOR RENT, FEBRUARY 1—Mod ern house, close in; apartments will more than pay rent. — See or call R. G. Richardson, 19pl8-2l FOR SALE: VIKING CREAM SEP orator, nearly new; some fall pigs team boy geldings wt. 2700, 3 an< 6 years, sound. Mrs. William Du rant. 19pl MILCH COW LOANS AND AUTO- horn bulls, ready for service, roane ind reds. A few good Duroc and Berkshire boars left, and Shropshire rams. Prices reasonable.—Ben G. Studer, Wesley. 34FB16-18 NOTICE—THE ANNUAL MEET- ing of the Kossuth County Agricultural Society will be .held at the courthouse Tuesday, January 20, at 2 p. m.—P. P. Zerfass, Secretary. 160 ACRES, 80 ACRES IN CULTI- vation, 80 acres native prairie, no buildings, best of soil, Wilkin county, Minn., for sale or trade for smaller property.—C. A. Momyer. 25ul8-20 STUDER STOCK FARM OFFERS at this time several Scotch Short- IP 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 NEWSPAPERS INC.. 214 Royal Union Bldg., Des Momes, Iowa. g32tf Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone 830 How One Woman Lost 20 Pounds of Fat Lost Her Double Chin Lost Her Prominent Hips Lost Her Sluggishness Guluel Physical Vigor Gained In Vlvaclousneg.s Gained u Shapely Figure If you're fat—remove the cause! KRUSCHBN SALTS contain the 6 mineral salts your body organs, glands and nerves should have to function properly. When your vital organs fall to perform their work correctly—your bowels and kidneys can't throw off that waste material—before you realize It—you're growing hideously fat! Take half a teaapoonful of KRUSCHBN SALTS in a glass or hot water every morning—cut out pastry and fatty meats—go light „„ potatoes, butter, cream and sugar in 3 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained in energy—your skin is clearer— your eyes sparkle, with glorious health—you feel younger in body— keener in mind. KRUSCHEN wil give any fat person a joyous sur prise. Get an 86c bottle of KRUSCHEN SALTS at E. W. Lusby's (lasts 4 weeks). If this first bottle doesn't convince you this is the easiest, safest and surest way to lose fat— if you don't feel a superb improvement in health—«o gloriously energetic—vigorously alive—yow money gladly returned. NOTICE OF PfcOBATE OF Will No. 3463. In District Court, State .of Iowa, Kossuth county, as. .January tern-it 1931. ; To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that ah Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of C, W. Hopkins, deceased) dated October 0, 1930, having, been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th day of February, 1031, Is fixed for hearing proof of same n.t the Court House in Algona,' Io\va, before the District Court of said .County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 0 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required'to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument .should not be probated and allowed as arid for the last Will and Testament, of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 13, 1931 . CLARK ORTON, Clerk of, District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A. Hutchison, * Attorney.- . 18-20 ie CiiK uieanei Corner State and Call Streets Our 22ild Successful Dry Cleaning' We are proud of otir record of serving the people, this territory \vith superior dry cleaning. To give- an opportunity to see how we do our work, we ni .cordially invite you to visit our plant. You will fijl It well worth your time and trouble. We know JJiejre. isn't another plant in northwest Iowa equals it. ' Men's Hats, cleaned and reblocked —__ -_____. 6 Ties cleaned for 85( 75i Just Phone 330 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER SILVER BOW SILVER BOW} Arrow 152615 er2d 382320 Twenty head of gilts sired by King Pin and Pair Play. All bred to Silver m' K° e ? * e se _ ason>B outstanding pigs. He has been pronounced by many critic breeders as the best spring pig in northern Iowa. j Geo. R Haweott, JfllBlllllllllimillllllUIIIIIIUIIIIWIIIUIIlllllllllllllllH Public Sale , January 21 5—HEAD OF HORSES—5 One gray team, wt. 3600,11 and 12 yrs. old; bay team, wt. 2600, 9 and 10 yrs. old; bay mare, wt. 1300, 13 yrs. old. • 10-HEADOF CATTLE-10 Five good milch cows, 3 fresh now, 2 to be fresh soon; Jersey bull 16 months old; Holstein bull; 3 heifer calves. 29—HEAD OF HOGS—29 Eighteen brood sows to farrow last of April; 11 feeding shoats and 1 boar. These are Spotted Poland Chinas and all have been double treated, 15 White Rock Boosters. 150 White Q * ? ock P ulle ts, 150 mixed hens. S turkey hens, li torn, Bourbon Beds. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. One 10-in. disc; 2-row cultivator; 4-sec. drag; corn planter with 160 rods of wire; endgate seeder; manure spreader, in good shape; Acme Queen I binder; hay rack and wagon; feed I grinder; corn shellef; 20-gal. sprayl pump; De Laval cream separator;! tank heater; 3 incubators, 2 Close-to-! Nature, 200 capacity each, good as! new, and 1 Paribault 240-egg, HU« new; 2 brooder houses, good as newj one 12x12 and one 10x12; "2 brooder! ^ toves 'l Simplex oil, 1 Klondike hard coal; 20 bushels of seed corn; 25 bu. of Potatoes; 2 sets of heavy harness, ^ n , d collars; one 11,3 h. p. engine, and Tather items. . ' HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Two beds and springs; good mattress; 2 dress-*! ers; cloth rug, 9x12; Unpleimv rufl 12x12, like new; good heating stove; rS IT' 4 - b » rne r oil stove; (WuM radio; china cupboard; kitchen cabinet; 10-ft, dining table; steel cot witl mattress; 6 dining room chftirs; Ever- Wear^luminum Foaster, like new; 1 deuvery truck> new tires; power ^thB Hme on W o vea notee ,t 8 ,«,<«„,„ No pro ^ rtjrw -| Clem Hogan, Prop. )U MAI'BBST, Attct, JAVv ^TTT.Yw WU.AA "«. . *. „. JOHN CCULEN, W|ltttewi>1|> i^ j^ IUUUI«»............ i • """~"l? ™™

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