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__ j.Down,Weak, Nervous? of firm fl«h«nd tnt BURT FARMERS CHANGE HOMES ON MARCH 1ST Burt, Mar. 3— Among the changes on fiurt farms are: the Charles Sootts to the (arm vacated by Glenn Strayer; the R. O. Butterflekls, try tngton, to the farm vacated by the Scotts; Fred Tlggey to the farm formerly occupied by Thos. Murphy; the Wilbur Stewarts to Doctor Clapsaddle's farm, and Arthur Tletz, wh o had previously lived ithero, to n. farm near Ponton; Wm. Bunkofske to Swea City, and George Nauman, Corwlth, to the farm he loft; Henry Philips, Alfred Larsen, and Ethan Light to or near Algona; Garrelt Johnson to Lakota; and the Henry Scheppmans to a farm near Irv- Ington. Wotin, of 887 E. 67th "T.n- suffering. ect he«lth,Wthm , naiwei, dlxitaeM and It bring* bick lost app*S dlg& !«*•*••«• »<i weight. No mineral only roots, barks and herbs, own medicines. Less than 2 Get. bottle from your 'Your money back If it OR I AS IS j is a serious skin disease usu- f a stubborn nature and caus- f end of trouble to folks who are ;unate enough to contract it, antiseptic Emerald OH treat\ takes right hold' with the first atlon and good results con- I daily 'till the disease Is en- r eradicated. . ••..:.. powerful antiseptic • Emerald I't conquer Psoriasis any Idruggtet anywhere will return lurchase price. •Philadelphia man spent thous- I ot dollars trying to get rid of -Nothing helped until he merald Oil—soon he was well i free from this stubborn dls- me's Emerald Oil costs but 85 I a bottle and it's eo wonder- I helpful for other ailments such Acne, Itching Skin, Old , broken Varicose Veins, Itch[Toes and Athletes Foot—It's a 1 home remedy. '; 7 Cafeteria Supper Well Patronized— A fair-sized crowd attended a cafeteria supper at the Methodist church Friday evening; program: reading, Joseph Graham; violin quartet, Maybelle Gray, Norma Bettln, Arlene Daniels, Harold Hobaoh; one- act'play,''"They Say," Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. F. O, Stow, Mrs. A. G. •Valentine,, Mrs. 6. G. Stow, Ellen Valentine; mandolin and guitar mus- lc,,the Rev. J. E. Clifton and O. G. Stow. Gleaners Meet Next Wednesday— The Burt Gleaners will meet at Mrs. George Gray's next week Wednesday; program: roll call, housecleaning shortcuts; community sing- Ing; paper, Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer; Epitaph for a Good Woman, Mrs. E. H. Staley; report on Farm and Home week, Mrs. Carl Bahling; music, -Edna Staley; recreation, Wins First In 'Declam'— Several auto-loads from Burt at tended a declamatory contest at Lu Verne last Thursday evening. Deri-aid Riddle won first in humorous. Paul Krlethe Jr. and Norma Bettln, who represented Burt in the ora/ torical and dramatic classes, fall ed to place. Business College Head Speaks— W. F. McDaniel, president of the Fort Dodge Business college, spoke on Thoughts That Affect Success before the high school last week Tuesday morning. He also demonstrated the Stenotype before the typing class. Former Dolliver Teacher Dies- Mr, and Mrs. O. G. Stow went to Sioux Rapids last Thursday to attend the funeral of a Mr. Glaus who was superintendent of the Dolliver schools when Mr. Stow taught there, brain. He died of tumor of the KOSSUTH CQtTNTY AUVA&CE. ALQONA. IOWA Did You Move March I ? •Let Us Have Your Change of Address Clip this form, Pill in, Sign, and mail to the Advance. OLD ADDRESS Town RM State.__l______ NEW ADDRESS Town _____ Rfd state Your Name WHITTEMORE'S QUINT BEATEN IN TOURNAMENT Whlttemore, Mar. 3 — The hoys' county basketball tournament was held at Ledyard Friday and Saturday, and eleven teams took part: Lone Rock, Whittemore, Lu Verne, Algona, Swea City, Ledyard, Fenton, Wesley, Bancroft, Tltonka; and Seneca. Friday afternoon Whlttemore and Lone. Rock played, and Whltte- more won. Then Lu Verne and Algona played, and Lu Verne won, after which Fenton defeated Wesley. That evening Seneca was beaten by Ledyard, and Titonka by Swea City. Saturday afternoon Whlttemore lost to Fenton, and Ledyard lost to Swea. In the final game Saturday evening Swea City defeated Fenton and won a gold basketball, while Fenton won the ball used in the tournament. The Whittemore boys go to Council Bluffs this week Friday and Saturday to take part In a sectional tournament. Girls' B. B. Team Entertained— Whlttemore lost to Seneca in the final game in the girls' county tournament at Lone Rock a week ago Saturday night. Supt. F. J. Rochford, of the public high school, entertained the team and the substitutes at a two-course banquet at State's Cafe, "-A'.gona. Mr. Rochford is proud of his girls, though they didn't win. Out of 20 games this iseason they won all but this one. FORCED TO RETIRE Although Charles Henlock has been tending and selecting flowers for the White House for the past 45 years, he must relinquish his duties In the Presidential greenhouse next March 31, under the retirement age provision of the civil service law. An effort was made to secure an extension for the vet? eran head gardener, but In vain. Ideal Land Apportionment An Ideal apportionment of land In country, economists advise, would be 30 per cent forest, 60 per cent agricultural and the remainder for urban development. dfcr Silverware Heed Never Be Polished ^.•v* 'iff Lattimer Pastor Speaks Here— The Lutheran Young People's society will meet this week Tuesday evening, and the Rev. 13. Grummer, of Lattlmer, will speak on the Wai- ther League. The young people of the Falrville society will be guests. Shower Honors Lydln Siems— A shower was given in honor of Lydia Siems Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Herman -laack, Falrville, and 35 persons at- encled, 500 being played at seven ables. The high score was won by eda Meyer, and Mrs. Arthur Hei- lenwith was low. Lunch was served n cafeteria style. The bride-to-be received many gifts. Schmidts Have New Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, Corwith, are parents of a daughter, born last week Wednesday. Mre. Schmidt is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. If. S. Class to Entertain— """The domestic science class has kept in the Silveneal pat- |jt»miih-proof cheit never needs ' [. It remain* bright M new r year, because the toft flan> ig b impregnated with a compound which po-idvel? lUtnlih. 'lofmoderniclenceUguar. anyone of the country'• IUCGCH* urers of fine tilverwareT % built of wood, It will la* a There are modeli tuitable -jmall as well ai the large ' The one illustrated hold* 120 of flat silver ware and tell* for l?5, It is beautifully finUhed In Vaomt silver and U lined with I purple flannel. co Jewelry, and Clock Repairing. •ring trm fachinery -pairing I Rl §ht now every farmer be you need. for rdwoods wed. Do you Issued an invitation to the school board for a 7 o'clock dinner this week Thursday evening. Legion Gives Card Party— The American Legion will give a bridge benefit at the hall this week Friday evening. or whiff letreea? , and by an expert workman. Other Bart. The Woman's club met Monday evening at rs. F. L. Pratt's; Charlotte .Warrior, assisting hostess. Program: roll call on recent inventions; Edison, Life and Works, Mrs. A. H. Melnzer; Doctor Grenfell, of Labro dor, Esther Hodgson; Famous Male- ers of China, Mrs. W. A. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace were hosts at dinner for 14 guests last Thursday evening. The meal was served by O. G. Stow, health demonstrator for the Aluminum Cooking Utensil company. The C. E. Sigsbees and Charles I/arsons, with- the Albert Granzows nnd'Mrs. John Dlttmer, Algona, and her daughter Josie were Sunday dinner guests at Ray Bierstedt's. The Wmiam Larsons, Wesley, spent the week-end with Mrs. Larson's mother, Mrs. Ema Hawcott. They are moving to Rochester this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader vis ited Mrs. Schrader's parents at El more Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow visited the Roetmans at Dolliver. The August Pannkuks, Brloelyn, Minn., and the Sever Pannkuks and Senus Isebrands, Titonka, were Sunday, visitors ait. E. H, pannkuk's. Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mrs M. L. Vlnaas, and Mrs. C, W. Patterson attended an O. E. S. school at Humboldt Saturday. The Aid will meet at the church this week Wednesday afternoon- Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. Bertha Soh- wjetert, hostesses. C. J. Blsgard, Westminster, Colo., arrived last Thursday to look aftei business matters. He visited the Henry Bwoldts. ', The C. H, Gehrtzes, formerly Emmetsburg, have moved to the Wessel farm, recently vacated-by the Robert Stevens. Katherlne Manus, of the Lu Verne postofflce, was at home last week confined to her bed with a sore throat. Wttltw Hanna, Newton, and Erma Reid, Ames, visited from Thursday Jo Saturday at Mrs. Maude Hauua s Pr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Julius Kun* home, Wesley. The J. W, Elliotts, Ledyard, moved Intp the H. B. Godden house In north Burt last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford, Web ster City, were week-end visitors at J. H. Graham's, ... The Jurey Neelands, Bancron have moved into the Verne Owen house. The O. B. McPonaJds, Sioux City visited Sunday at o. P. McDonald s Mrs. Lois Trainer is spending a KOU.S wee* a* R,fB. Trainer's. Patterson at Home B«rtT *£, VM«. o. w. aon and hejr little son spent several days bit week at D«s Moines with Bnrbcr Savage in New Job— S. A. Savage is selling a dnd ot automobile insurance for the Algona Insurance Agency. A Kos HUth motor club is being organized, and the insurance is a feature of membership. Mr. Savage will also sell other kinds of automobile in surance. Till recently he was a barber In the employ of Elmer Hartshorn, Algona. Mrs. Siems Grandmother Again— Mre. Emilie Siems received word one day last week that 'she was agajn a grandmother, a girl having been born to Mr. and Mrs. Verner Siems, Evansville, Ind. There Is one other child, also a boy. The girl has been named Ruth. H. S. Teacher to Rochester- Lorraine Botsford, Britt, WWtte- more high school teacher, is now at Rochester, undergoing eyaminatlons at the Mayo clinic. She has beei ailing for some time. Mrs. Bultev more, West Bend, Is UKing hei place here. Teacher to Go Through Clinic- Lorraine . Botsford, < Britt, high school teacher here who ( had been off duty because of sickness, resumed teaching last Thursday. She plans, however, to go to Rochester soon for examination in the Mayo clinic. Surprise for the StruecUers— Relatives and friends surprised the Fred Strueckers the other night The StruecUers will move to- town this week. The guests took baskets and a midnight lunch was served. Arthur Nelson Suffers 'Accident — Arthur Nelson, working for Ear Shepherd, lost the end of -his finger one day last week when it came Jn contact with a saw. Boy Hit by Ball Bat- Eugene, spn of Mr. and Mrs. Thos Littleton, suffered a cut on one ear the other day, when he was hit by a baseball bat. Third Daughter for Gades— A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs Werner Gade, northwest of town one day last week. They already had two girls. School Election Next Monday— The annual school election wil take place next Monday. A director Is to be elected to succeed Herman Vaudt. _ Other Wliittemore, A 500 party was given at the George Maahs home, south of town Friday evening. The high score for women was won by Edna Schultz, low by Mrs. John Maahs the high for men by Edw. Maahs low by George Schultz. Out-of-town guests were 'the Jergens family, o,° West Bend. The Peter Derdlngs and the E. J Elberts, Springfield, Minn., visited local relatives, including Sister M Gerrase, La. Crosse, Wis., at the Mrs. Margaret Mergen and P. J Fuchsen homes last week. Siste M Gevrase is a sister of P. 3-, Mrs Mergen, Mrs. Derding. and Mrs, Bl The Herman Voights, Mrs. Baas and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith spen Friday at Peter Heldt's, Irvlngton and the women helped Mrs. Held paper a house into which the fam ily recently moved. Francis Elbert»4rove to Pupugue Monday to take home his uncle Fred Bishop, who had been yisttlng here and at Ma,nson two weeks. Mr Elbert was t» visit at couple of d,ay& A nwnber P* '?^J? j^ve been ajch during the Jpt ncluding Mrs: Elmer Bell, Mrs. Earl -lansen, Mrs. William Koehnecke ind Mike Thull. Hattle Simpson, who had been at he McCreary hospital four months •eturned to her home Monday morning. Her condition hasn't im proved of late. The Henry Kueckers visited Mrs 3mma Phillips and her daughte Ruth at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs Phillips plans to move to Cherokei son. The Arthur Baumans, Dollivei spent Sunday with Mrs. Bauman' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J D. Dundsfords Monday. The farriil; ives in the west end of town! Frank Farrell and his son Lloy are both eick and confined to bed Lloyd has been sick a week. Mrs. George Meyer, east of town was sick enough last week to be confined to her bed. The Rochfords spent the week-en New Hampton, Mr. Rochford's ol home. The Karns family, Spencer, an Elmer Chapelle spent. Sunday a Francis Elbert's, and attended show at the Call theater. Gertrude Farrell, taking nursln at Minneapolis, was called home on day last week because of her broth er Lloyd's sickness. i Mr. and Mrs. Theo Pompe, nort of town, are parents of a boy, bor one day last week. They alread had two other boys. T ODGE SECRETARIES and oth - ers who use mailing lists regu largly should consult us about At dressographlng the,ir names and ac dresses. We have a complete At dressograph outfit, Including plate-making machine. We ca make plates for your Hst, and yo can use a small Addressographin machine to do your own addressin or we will do It for you. You ca address cards or envelopes in thi way, and you can even send put cir cular letters individually addresse and' looking just like personal lei ters. — Advance, . 25t Twenty Years Ago Advance, March », NAVYS' NEW COACH Mayor Jos. W. Wadgworth was onsldered assured of re-election, competitor was Alderman E. G. Bowyer, M-ho was not making a anvass. O. W. McMurray, W. E IcDonald, B. F. Crose, and W. H! Burke were talked of for First ward ouncllihan; H. C. Adams and G. A. >VattB In the Second. J. o. Paxson vna expected to be returned in the 'hlrd, and A. L. Peterson was un- pposed for councllman-ot-large. T. Harrington, Fourth ward coun- Ilman, had said he did not want the osltion longer, and Al Falkenhalner nd Jos. Mlsbach were being men- loned. The site of the Lyon tabernacle ad been purchased as a location .for he Algona Monument Works, which as remained there ever since, t t T Two drunks had been sentenced o hard labor by Mayor Wadsworth nd put to work on the roof of the ght plant, Rubberoid roofing was elng laid, and the men were to 'ork 15 days in payment for their 1 pree. ........ -• .tt-.f- • A Salvation Army post, with Capt. A. Tinman in charge, had been tatloned at Algona. t t t Alffona High's basketball team was to play Waterloo at Waterloo n a post-season contest to determine the championship of north owa. Algona, Waterloo, and Grundy Center were undefeated. t t t The nichardg sisters were to open a drygoods store in the Spear build- ng, first door west of the New Al- ;ona hotel. They had came here rom West Liberty, where they had iperated a similar store. They planned to do dressmaking. t t t The Spnrbeck-Lambcrt buttertub actory -was" busy. Carload ship- nents of goods had been made to Rock Valley, Hull, and Estheryille, md shipments of large quantities of )uttertubs and other creamery supplies were being made to many other points. t t t T. P. Harrington and Julius Chrischllles were unopposed for school directors. . I. E. Dodge was secretary of the board. Proposed evies would raise $12,000 for teachers, $5,000 for the contingent fund, and $3,000 for the schoolhouse fund A' large payment on bonds for an addition to the Bryant building was coming due. t t t James Patterson was to build new home on lots across from the ongregatlonal parsonago. -The Pattersons regretted to leave the olc home (corner next east of Norton lumberyard) where they % had settled when they were married 31 year, before, now 51 years ago. t t t . Frank H. Seller had rented th> former Fargo garage and was ti sell Fords. t t t "The Port of Missing Men" wa to be the attraction at the Call. Th same company that played Th House of a Thousand Candlos th season before was to appear. t t t Chris Kaln had started work as clerk at the Adams drug store, t t t C. E. Lamprlght's garage ha •been rented to a couple of Omah men who were to make a business of repairing cars. . t t t A coliseum for Algona was ad vocated. The Armory had bee used for such a purpose before was remodeled for a garage an when the company of the Natlona Guard was stationed here. • . - 11 r A. E. Clayton's barn on his Cresc township farm had burned to th ground. He had finished his chores and gone to the house for suppe Edgar B. (Rip) Miller, former tar tackle of the famous 1924 fotre Dame four horsemen, who has been appointed head football oach at the United States Naval cademy. Miller succeeds Navy Bill" Ingram, who resigned to be- ome head coach at the University * California. D. Drake, Mason City, and Ames xpcrts were to speak at a North lossuth farmers' Institute. Three polling contests were to be held In onnection with the institute, and a alk on good roads was scheduled. f T T wea City business men and farm,- rs were backing the institute. James Adams, Eagle Grove, had urchased an interest in the H. C. Warns drug store, and the new firm ras H. C. Adams & Co. t t t E. -B. MeCorkle had arrived to ake over the Willow Lane farm. The McCorkles had. lived at Tulon, Mr. and Mrs. MeCorkle had two ons and a daughter. , t t t G. L. Bnslnn had been elected resident of the Methodist Brother ood. F. S. Norton was secretary 1. H. Beardsley, treasurer; J. p. Ichoby, chaplain. t t t A "hoiisc-Tvarmlnir" for a new Congregational parsonage was plan ned for March 17, with the Rev. and rs. O. H. Holmes as hosts, t t T "Bol>" LiiFollette was governor of Wisconsin. S. D. Drake, Mason City, veil known in Kossuth, had sent lim a copy of resolutions adopted by Kossuth republicans advocating a radical change in railroad rates. The governor had acknowledged receipt, saying his views were the same, t t t Union township men entertained their wives at a banquet and program, all work, including . cooking and serving, done by. the men. The party took place at the W. -W. Annis home, and features of the program were; song, the Rev. A. H. Wood; solo, Lulu Hofius; talk, J. F. Hofius; a "Union College Glee Club" in costume—W. C. Nelson, J. F. Schoby, and "Tod" and "Bob" Vincent; and original poem, Mr. Schoby. when the children noticed smoke a the barn and called him. When h opened a door the, Interior was foun ablaze. Four horses and five cow perished. ' t t t . A carload of bailing wire had bee sold in a year to farmers growin hay In the Ledyard neighborhood This was enough for 700 carloads o hay» t-t.t Judge Quarton, Algona, Mrs, G. L Carroll, Charles Duhlgg, Ayrshire In Your Next Cake Use K C Biking Powder «nd notice the fine texture and largt volume. Because of its high leavening strength you use less than of high priced brands and are assured of perfect results in using > BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 40 YEARS 25 ouncei for £5c Doub/e Acting , > ^ ,-iv jer, '';"'^y ''^1 PAGE mm 1 THE CORRECT MEASURE of advertising costs is the* cost per family reached, not the cost per inch. Circulation makes the cost of Advance advertising less than that of any other north central 16** newspaper. ' 25_t HP F l/I\ F. WE no OUB owir LENB Q A \X7VFD BT " SIGHT SPECIALIST O/\W IE.K AI.GONA, IOWA ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HBBHHI^^^^^BI^^^^^^HBi^^B g^Heit^gac sfoRea ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ It's Smart To be Thrifty! The following THRIFT SPECIALS suggest, how smart it will be to do your week-end grocery shopping at your nearest Council Oak this Friday and Saturday BREAD BIG POUND LOAF CHOCOLATES VANILLA FLAVOR . PER POUND 10c Fig Bars FRESH BAKED O1 «t 2 POUNDS £ IG PEACHES Sliced or Halves LARGE NO. 2i/ 2 CAN . 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