Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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PAGE EIGHT SHULTZ 1 RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PBOCTOLOGY (hemorrhoids) cured Othe: Piles without operation. rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank BIdg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4t e YELLOW PENCIL with the BAND CHILDREN LIKE THIS SAFE PRESCRIPTION Councils and Sore Throat Relieved Almost Instantly Stop children's coughs and sore throats before these ailments lead to dangerous ills. Use Thoxlne, a doctor's famous prescription which brings relief within 15 minutes, yet contains no harmful drugs. Thoxlne works on a different principle, it has a quick, double action—it relieves the irritation and goes direct to the internal cause. Ideal for all children because it is pleasant tasting and easy to take— not a gargle. Ask for Thoxine, put up ready for use in 35c, 60c, and ?1.00 bottles. If you are not satisfied your money will b e refunded. Sold by Lusby Drug Co., and all other good drug stores. (5) Seed Corn PRICES REDUCED on better seed, racked early, dried and tested. First and sweepstakes at Ames under the new judging for maturity, soundness, weight, and free from starch — $2.50 to $3.50 bu., 15-day retest. A. C. CARLISLE %-mi. east of Whittemore. FENTON WINS 3 PLACES IN DECLAM TILT Fenton, March 3 — The first round in the state declamatory contest took place here lost week Mon day night. High schools represent cd were Lone Rock, Swca City, "WIMJtteniore, Fenton, and each school had one speaker in each class. Following are the winners: Oratorical — first, The March of the Dead, Herman Behnke, AVhlttemore: second, The Cross or the Sword, Raymond Zwlefel, Fenton, Dramatic — first, Peter and the Angels, Louas James, Swea City; second, Going Home, Raymond Prlebe, Fenton. Humorous — first, Der Deffil Gar, August Krause, Fenton; second, China Blue Byes, Francos Kuchyn. ka, Sw&a City. The local archestra played three selections. The Judges were Mrs, Hammes, Mrs. Mitchell, and Mr. Dickey, all of Emmetsburg. The next or sub-district contest will be held in the week of March 6-13. Farmers Move on March ,1st— The Ed Ohms have moved from the Herman Krause farm to a farm two miles north. Among other farm families moving last week were: the Herman Schneiders, to a point southwest of Fairville on the old Sunder-uVleyer place; the Jacob Lorings, from the Cooper Grappe farm to a point near Graettinger; the Otto Hansons, to the farm vacated by the Lorings; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tietz, Burt, and John Tleman, to the Mike AVeisbrod farm, recently vacated by the S. H. Frosts. llusknmps Give Two Parties— Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Huskamp entertained a number of couples from town at 500 at their farm home northwest of Fenton last Thursday evening. The high scores were won >y Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and H. E. Seimers; low by Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Herman Huskamp. Saturday night the Huskamps entertained neighbors at seven tables, Mrs. George Gremmets and John Schallin winning the high scores, Mrs. Hans ..arson and John Fuhr the low. iVeddinK Anniversary is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey and he Myron Aldersons, with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Christenson, Mr. and Irs. "Spike" Ostergaard, and Mr. vnd Mrs. Harold Holtz, of Ringsted, vere guests at a wedding annivers- xry party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. ihris Godfredson, Ringsted, at Glen Sharp's, Lone Rock, Sunday even- ng. Five hundred was played at hree tables, and Mrs. Alderson won he high score, Mrs. Dempsey the ow. Tier at Mrs. Johnson's— Mrs. G. B. Johnson entertained elatives and friends at a quilting j bee last week AVednesday. The guests included Mesdames J. F. Newel, AV. E. Stoeber, H. P. AA r eis- brod, Kate Newel, AValter Jentz, Charles Newel, E. J. Frank, Chris Ruske, Elsie Johnson, Irvin Johnson, Lester Johnson, and Truman Johnson. A two-course luncheon was served. Home Offered for Vice President (imtNTt APVANCB This is the handsome house In Washington offered to the government by Mrs. John B. Henderson as * permanent home for the vice president mid his successors. It is valued at more thnn $300,000. went to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. Krueger and Alma were to return early in the week. Mrs. Theesfield wae to "remain all week and purchase a permanent wave machine for her beauty parlor. Mrs. AV. J. . Weisbrod and Mrs. C. F. C. Laago spent Friday with Mrs. Charles Rosewall, Aigona, and P23-26 For Sale Poland China Bred Gilts Now ready for the trade. The big type of the best blood lines. The kind that makes 50 Ibs. gain per month, and the kind you'll like to see and own. Priced reasonable with all sale trimmings off. Due to far- row the latter part of March and April. Immune, and guaranteed pedigrees If you want them. C. A. Winter Pour miles S. W. of Lakota or 7 miles N. E. of Bancroft. 22-25 Ijimlseys Here from Texas— The Marcus Llndseys, Corpus Christl, Tex., arrived last'week Monday to visit Mr. Lindsey's grandmother, Mrs. Henry Warner, and Marcus will help his uncle, O. S. Warner, at painting this spring. Mrs. Llndsey contracted a severe cold on the trip, and had to be taken to the McCreery hospital at Whittemore last week Wednesday. \Veisbrods Give Card Party— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained at three tables of 500 last week Tuesday evening. A. H. Peterson won the high score. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Boettclier, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, and S. E. Straley. Seniors Win Class Tourney— The seniors won a boys' Interclass basketball tournament last week Tuesday night. They defeated the sophomores 30-2, then the juniors 30-7. The trophy was a tin linking cup. After the tournament the high .school team and the town teams played the town team, winning, 25-18. COAL We handle the BEST GRADES of COAL and sell on the lowest possible margin. Seeds Let us furnish you with your Seeds the coming season. FABMEH8' ELEVATOR CO. HOBARTON its. Elder Jr., Hunger. Phone 86PI. Sister of Druggist Sick— The F. H. Algiers motored to Ankeney Friday to visit the C. B. Brookers, and thence went to Montezuma to visit till Monday with Mr. Killer's sister, a Mrs. Gross, who has been in poor health of late. Surprise for C'. II. Humphrey — Neighbors and other friends of C H. Humphrey surprised him at Falrville Sunday evening and played cards. Refreshments were served b> Blanch Meyer, housekeeper. Plan Lunch Room — The Arnold Zumachs have re turned from Waseca, Alinn., wheri they had spent six months. They ar preparing to conduct a lunch room at Whittemore. Other Fenton News. Theodore Krueger, his daughter Alma, and Mrs. Clarence Theesfiel were met there by daughter Florence, the former's teaching at Sheldon, who came home with them for an over-Sunday visit. Wilfred Relmers, with Slgna Henderson and Lee Anderson, of Dea Moines, spent the week-end at the E. Reimers home. The. John Gerhards, Burt, and the Raymond Relmers family, Ringsted, were also there Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Mre. F. H. Eigler were joint hostesses at cards it the former's home last Thursday xfternoon. The high score was won by Mrs. G. D. Belken; low by Mrs. A. J. Krause. A two-course luncheon vas served. Gordon AVeisbrod, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey drove o Spencer last week Wednesday, ind Gordon went on to Hartley for \. short visit at his aunt Mrs. Le Roy Newel's. The C. H. Geronslns were Sunday /isitors at L. A. Peterson's, 'Ring- ted, and were accompanied home .by ,Ir. Geronsin's father, Georffe Ger- msin, who came for a few Cays' •Islt. Mr. and Mrs. AV. T. Ohm and Dr. and Mrs. E. AA r . Ruske- enter- ained their bridge club Friday eve- iing, and the high score- was won. iy Mrs. Harry WlddeV. Mrs. Kate Newel went to 13m- letsburg Saturday for an' over- ight visit at her brother Frank Veisbrod's. Frank was' si'clt last •eek. Virginia Huskamp, teaching- tire Rincly school, west of town 1 , enter. ained her eighth girls at G o'clock inner last week Tuesday evening".. Viola Light and caching at Britt, isitors at the parental John' Light, nd Frank Bailey homes. Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Bey, Dodge- Center, Minn., were at E. A. Weis- rod's Sunday. Mrs. Bey and Mre; Yeisbrod are sisters. Mrs. E. C. AA r eisbrod and Mrs; . A. Schwartz visited the Raymond leimers, Ringsted, last week AVed* esday. The Frank Baileys and Mrs. Kate >fewel were Sunday dinner guests at )r. A. AV. Whitlow's, Swea City. The Jesse O'Keefes, Ledyard',. pent Sunday with Mrs. O'Keefe's- nother, Mrs. Henry Warner. The G. F. Rockwoods, Worthing- on, Minn., were over-Sunday guests; f the parental Dennis Smiths. The Epworth League had a party n-the church basement last Thurs* ay evening, 40 attending. Martha Gilbert, English and music eacher, spent the week-end withi er parents at Garner. Kathleen Lindsey spent the weelc- nd with A r erdell Lauritzen, AVhitte- lore. Julia Ames, teacher at Britt, eperut he week-end at R. C. Goetsch's;. Frances Bailey, were week-end! School Notes Miss Messer: AA r hich one o£' the leorges was ruling during the Revolutionary AA'ar? James Vipond; George AV'asliing- .on. The editorial staff for the senior magazine will be chosen this week. New pupils were enrolled Monday norning at the Third ward school. Miss Godfrey's pupils will begin second primer this week. ALGONA GIRL'S PUPILS WIN IN DECLAM TILT Supt. Overmyer, Mrs. D. H. Goeders, and Frances Duhlgg judged the first round in the state declamatory contest at Bode last week Wednesday night. Renwlck won with two firsts, and ttila ia of particular Interest here, because the Renwlck coach Is Opal Sarchett, an Aigona girl. Frances Mewer, Mr. Overmyer, and Miss Duhlgg- judged a contest at Thornton last Thursday night, and Clear Lake won wifch two firsts. 8 Win in Typing Tests— The Woodstock typing contest fto February was held last week, and the following pupils received pins' for speed and accuracy at So words a minute; Dorothy Taylor, Jaunita Potter; 40 words a minute: Helen Daughan, Luella Capp, Mary McNeil, Gladys Rising; 2>5 words a minute; Ellen Steussy, No'tma Greiner. Four Schools Will Debate— The debate pupils are now working extra hard under Miss Plaehn's tireless supervision. Aigona won the district contest, and now four schools, Aigona, Fort Dodge, Sioux City, and Hawarden, are to decide soon which goes to the state contest. The local debaters will meet one or more of the schools this week. •3 Firsts Won In I>oclam— The first round in the district declamatory contest was held at Lu Verrie last week, and the Aigona contestants did well. Donald Hutchins and 1 Helen Morrow won first in oratorical and dramatics respectively, and Bumetta Bonnstetter placed second in humorous. Gnuis CIi*wors Arc Penalized— At the beginning of the second semester Miss Plaehn informed her Civics: crosses that all gum-chewers therafter caught jfroulcl have to clean the gum oft the chairs, She has jfi her list at the present Edw. Ostrum and Kehneth Samp. Glee Club practices selections— The glee club has begun work on selections for a spring music festi" val. Nothing definite has been planned yet, but something in' place ot the usual operetta Is being consld- e.red. H. S. Hears Amen Professor- Professor Woodruff, of the Ames Extension Service, Visited the high school one day last week and spoke before the Normal Training girls and Mr. Ward's Agriculture class. Longfellow* Birthday Observed— Frances Duhlgg'a iiUh English class observed Longfellow's birthday Friday afternoon. Several Longfellow poems were read. Boys Defeated In Tourney— The boyg' basketball team played in the county tournament at Ledyard but encountered defeat by Lu Verne. Other School News. The wrestling tournament being past, the boys In gym work are back to the old routine of physical training. A .wrestling meet with Humboldt. was cancelled because of a little difference between the Hum- boldfboys''and tiielr coaches., The eighth grade reading classes under Misses Messenger and Krampe are studying A Midsummer Night's Dream. Each class plans to to produce one scene before members of other clawe*. Room three gave a Good English program Friday afternoon. Fifty adults and t«n children attended. It was given again Monday afternoon in the Mgh] school auditorium. Misses Renaud, Stubtos, Carson, and Horn attended the auto show at Des Moines o*er the week-end. Mr. Johnson was 64s hofnie at Cedar Finite. The Felters have moved! tto Burt where Harold has' entered! sefcool, Ida Bell, taking ai cotntae,. remained hews; Richard Norton, Hfecvold aw* Ruth Steinman haw beero sentt from school, beca'aw. of af«aefe» of the «n. TJ'uawjt practice has 1 stiuiftedl ih> earnest.. Aigona will have one of .the bestt ttaiwfc teams in ttiB? sfiate> this; year: Miss* Sfeasenger's sister- &i the fourthr gitanlc had an; onerajWrani for appendicitis last week: Momlaj-. Some- of: tline pupils of Miss Messer have had! to' polish and. vornltffii the- chairs they had defaced 1 . 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. THOSE 29fr Aigona, Iowa. Description Sec. TMTges,. W% S 1/3 SW14 SEVt 15 Leoi TMTges, E% S 2/5 SEV4 SW% 15 Annai Weydert, S% SE>4 SE»4 16 NKrht»Ia$ Weydert, NE<4 NE^4 21 Nicholas Weydert, SE% NE>4 21 Louis; Schmit, E 4/5 NE% SE% 21 .21 Louis; Scftmtt, Louis; Schmft, SE% SE»4 21 Jbnir Tetter; W 3/5 N% NW% NE% and W 7/8 J'ohra Zener,, SE% NE% .1 I—I.II22 Joh-n Zeller, S 1/5 George J. Becker, G'eorge Becker, George Becker, SW^J SE% G'eorge J.. Becker, George J. Becker, SEtf SEVi George IlTg h .22 .22 -22 -22 -22 -22 -22 22 :_22 D O YOU USE SEbP-ADDRESSED three ways of addressing such envelopes. We can print them for you in the old-fashioned way, or we can either mimeograph or Addresso- graph them. The easiest and cheapest way Is to have us make an Ad- dressograph plate hearing your name and address. Then we will keep the plate and whenever you want a fresh supply of self-addressed envelopes we can run them through for you in a few rninuten; or you can take the plate with you a7id run the envelopes through your own Addi-e.ssograph, one.—Advance. if you have NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT OF BEJTEIHTS IN THE MATTER OF DRAINAGE DISTRIG3T NO:. 178;. OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWAV To> t&c following named persons, to-wlt: RIVERDALE (94-29) Glass- 4.8 7.7" 2.0 6.9 8.2 5.2 2.1 13.0 5.4 23.9 0.7 14.5 41.6 88.9 45.9 96.8 49.9 19.9 20.1 19.6 9.3 6.6 18.3 34.9 1.9 5.0 6.6 '3.9 16.7 19.2 2.7 76.6 100.0 16.9 19.2 3.5 9.0 0.5 34.2 27.1 11.4 12.3 20.1 10.1 1.5 Assmt. ! 4T.OW E9.0W George Illgr, NW% SW»4 George Illg, SW% George IHg, SEH Nicholas ThHges, NE% NW»4 __________________ 22 Nicholas Thilges, NW',4 NW% __________ : _______ 22' Nicholas Thilges, SW'4 NW% _________________ _22 Nicholas Thilges, SE% NW& - ............... I.22I George Stewart, S 3/8 W>/4 NWM, NWH _______ 23; George Stewart, W% SW% NW% ex. S. 807 ft. SWtf NWtt ..... ____________ .......... 23' John Kayser, W% S S07 ft. SWU NWH _______ 23' John Kayser, W 7/S N 344 ft. NW% SWVi _____ 23' Peter Kayser. W 7/8 NW% SW% ex. W 7/8 N 344 ft. NW% SWA ____ - _____ .......... 23', 23' SWH___23: Peter Kayser, SAVVi M. M. and G. M. Nngel, AV% Mary M. Haglind, AVH NEVi NAV% and S 2/3' EH NEH NAA r >4 26' Mary M. Haglind, NAV% NW% 2« [ NAV',4 26" and 26 Matt Hilbert. Matt Hilbert, Matt Hilbert, N\V% NE% Matt Hilbert, NVj NWV4 SAA r %, & E% SAVH 26 Matt Hilbert, N 1/5 E% SAV% SAV% 1I2B John Origer, NEVi NE% "27 John Origer, NWU NE% 111-27 John Origer, SAV% NE% 27 John Origer, SEVi NE% 27 Lucy AVagner, NE^i NAA r % 27 How One Woman Lost 20 Pounds of Fat 44.00 18:00 111.00 46.00 2HHJ39 6.00 124.00 354.09 759.00 392.00 827.00 426.00 170.00 172.00 167.00 79.00 56.00 156.00 898.00 16.00 43.00 56.00 33.00 143.00 164.00 23.00 654.00 854.00 144.00 164.00 30.00 77.00 4.00 292.00 231.00 97.00 10500 172.00 86.01 13.01 68.0 21.0' 40.0 16.01 80.0 737.0 Lost Hor Double Chin Lust Hor Prominent Hips LoHt Her Slug-iflslincss liiiini'l Physical Vigor Gulneil lu Vivui-iousiiess Gained a Shapely Figure If you're fat—remove the cause! KRUSCHEN SALTS contain the 6 mineral salts your body organs, glands and nerves should have to function properly. When your vital organs fail 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 teaspoonful of KRUSCHEN SALTS in a glass of hot water every morning—cut out pastry and fatty meats—go light on 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 will give any fat person a joyous surprise. Get an 85c 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—eo gloriously energetic—vigorously alive—your money gladly returned. Lucy AVagner, £TW% NAV% 27 Lucy AVagner, N 1/5 SAV% N\V% -'- 27 Lucy AVagner, N 1/3 SEV4 NAV% and E 2/5 S 2/3 SEV* NW% 27 « 8 Leo Thilges, N% W% NW% SEy 4 and N 2/5 E% NW% SE% 27 2 5 Joseph Thilges, N% NEH SEU I'll27 4.7 Lucy Wagner, N 3/5 E% NEV4 NE% 28 1.9 County Highway System of Kossuth County Township Highways of Riverdale Township Owners of the above described lands, comprising Drainage Distric No. 178, of Kossuth county, Iowa, and to all actual occupants and to al persons having or claiming any right, title, or interest In and to the abov described lands: You and each of you are hereby notified, that the commissioners ap pointed by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa to insnec and classify the lands benefitted by the location of Drainage District No 178, of Kossuth county, In tracts of forty acres or less, In a graduate" scale of benefits, to be numbered according to the benefits received bv th proposed Improvement and to make an equitable apportionment of th costs, expenses, coste of construction, fees, and damages assessed for th construction of said Improvement, did on the 19th day of February 1931 make their report to the Board of Supervisors, of Kossuth countv Iowa That tv,o -Rooi •!?,,*„»« „ ^ ,., *""• ^.wwuin county, iowa. , That the Real Estate owned or occupied by each of you, and co you situated within Drainage District No. 178. a description of which to opposi e the name of the owner thereof in the foregoing schedule classified by the said commissioners as appear by the claaa se been opposite the description of the respective A of for hearing before the 4. -, oA C ° Unty> I<3Wa ' ln A1 & ona . Iowa, on the »..« uay OT «nri] s ss-s s3 A. D. 1931. BERTHA. B. JOHNSON, Cpunty Auditor GASH LOANS Automobile Loans — Refinancing. Payments cut down. Special Loan Service to farmers for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have. Convenient terms. Loans made at once. No delay. WESTERN CREDIT CO. Phone 55, Aigona, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. Loans $50 to 9300 t Families iivlnfe In Aigona anoSvl- alnity can secure any amount Up to 4300 on. furniture, automobiles, or live stock. It Is easy to secure a loan through this company and eaay to pay back, Juet one small pay- jent a month* . Ask about our Payment Extension Plan which PnOTECTSTTOU When tick or unemployed. BUSINESS DIM SEUVICE WHICH SERVES See CUNNINGHAM 4 LACY Atf on« ' • . Ph»n« *»8 Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. i JOO Liberty Bldf. Bw Molneg Farming Costs Are Cut— —By the Kossnth Coanty Fanner who calls Portable Mining Company for Feed Grinding- When you call Portable MllTlwg- Company to grind your feed you are actually cutting the coat of farming. Tour own home grown gralhi is' gronnd for less than ever before—It IB ground for lese than anyone else can grind it—and It is ground for less than you could; do the work yourself. Portable Milling was the pioneer in bringing the MILLS TO THE FARMER—the plorteer in cutting costs of feed grinding and cost of feeding—and the pioneer in offering lower prices as volume of business continued to grow. Only such nn organization can give you these unusually low prices and reliable service. Through volume both in buying equipment and fuel, and in the number of .farmers actually served, we operate at lower coat per mill and offer the ;servlce of the very finest type mills and skilled responsible men'. Portable Milling Company customers- ftmow we save them money. Ask the man who uses Silver Mill service. Phone us any time—day or night—and the big Silver Mill will be at your farm'—when and where you say—offering quality feed grlndlT"; at the LOWEST COST. No job to.o large or email. Portable Milling Co. ALGONA, IOWA—PHONE 47 PHONE YOUR NEAREST MILL, Bancroft—Phone 64. Whittemore—Phone 50. Burt—Phone 71. Tltonka—Phone" 62. Lu Verne—Phone 8. Swea City—Phone 107R2. llonicmlier: Save your receipts. $50.00 In Portable Milling- Company receipts are worth $1.00 cash anytime. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON THESE PROFIT PRODUCERS FOR THE FARM WHAT THEY MEAN ON THE FARM... Individual hog houses increase profits $30 to $60 per year. $ .« •P Hog brooders make winter farrowing possible, so that hogs can be sold in August and September, when prices are invariably highest. ? <t •v Hog Brooders increase profits from $400 to $500 per year. $ $ Chicken Brooders increase poultry profits by saving the little chicks and' providing s a t i s f a ctory egg yields. $ 0> $ YOU? CAN'T AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT THESE MONEY MAKERS ON THE FARM. KOSStJTH >e*kiy tfew. Entered as Jecember 31, at Aigona, or T. P. Harrington L, j w Attorneya-at-Lj'/ 1 Office, 287; 7, Phones •iJ. TAN NESS a.W. . Lawyers Office over Iowa State i « KENEFICK J. Kenefick R, a ( . Physicians and g'urgjc fficea: Aigona Hospital] p K Residence Phonw K«iieflck, 57. Craw Ready-Built In Our own Yard by Local Workmen Newest designs in... Hog Brooder Houses and Chicken Brooder Houses These plans are now ready for your inspection. Thej have been prepared to meet every requirement for this territory, and have been ap proved by leading authorities on the subject. Lowest Prices We will gladly quote price, on any of these designs ready-built in our yard, so that you can haul them ou and set them up in any de sired location. Local Workmen Build Them We buy the materials ii quantities which insure low est prices and have the wor done by local workmen un der conditions whiqh reduc erection costs to the mini mum. Let us quote you prices on any portable building you may need, * 5<?*? ford Lumber Co, H. J. POOL Phone 85« Wanted-Clean Cotton Rag Advance^ffice B, Quarton QUAllTOJf & Law Officy 1 " ?"' co «', «a! hones: Attorney-at.i. Office Iowa Btata £ fflce phone 460-w. ^ W. Sullivan s L. E. Llnri, Attorneya-at- 'hones: . E, Me, 403. Algoi '. D. Shumway 8MCMWAY « K Attorneys-at-L in 1. A. Attorney. a t.l lw Office in Qulnby Bull Phone 180. DOCTORS C. H. CBETZJIEYlJ Physician and SurjeoJ Office In John Galbralth hones: Office 310, res. WALTER Physician and Surgeon! fflce In Qulnby BIdg., Phone No. 12, DR. w. i). ANDE™| steopathlc Physician and I Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thi X-ray. 'ffice over Hub Recreation i 'hones: Office, 187; resldei P. V. JAJfSE, M.D.I Physician and SnrteoJ Office _on South Dodge I 'hones: 'office, GGG; reslta Aigona, Iowa. — DEMISTS DE. A. J). ADAM8 Dentist Mflee in First National Phones: Office, 20; rea, I DB. H. M. OLSOS Don! 1st. Gas and novocaine used 1 •action. Located over Chrlstensen | 'hones: Business 166, : Aigona. Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAif I Dentist Located In former Dr. W, it fflce, over Christensen Br«| Phone 133. CHIROFBACTOBtl DR. «. J. THISSEJ Palmer Graduate Chin Thirteen year's successful i Office over State's I VETERINARY 1. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Al{ Phones: Office 475-W., rm| ICILDjfrG CONTRAC COWAN & SON General Contractors, I Estimates Furnlshei | Phones: Business, 639-J: MACHINISTS : NORTON MACHINE WH •Machinists and Wei Service stock on Piston \ * and Bearings. West of Courthouse. PRODUCED SWIFT & COMPA»T| Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and I Matt Lamuth, Mgr, I Phone 264,ll KOSSUTH COUNT! JW, INSURANCE ASSOCUfl Over $15,000,000 worth o( I In force. ' °" secure. A home J, O. Paxson, I THE AUGONA INSt AGENCI 0, B, I.* B»rw Al . Beliftble Ins. Servlo»:| Phone 65. City Property Loans. Insurance. Heal CUNNINGHAM * 107 W. State St. JOE . ew »nd used Auto I Tires and Acceeswfllj Hides, Fur and *«"•• Aigona, _" MIMEOGRAP! AOVAN(

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