Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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'Pressed* Repaired A Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone MO SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC .AMBULANT PROCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf 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. FABMEBS' ELETATOB CO. HOBARTON Jas. Elder Jr., Manager. Phone 36F1. LOANS On AH Forms Security. Special loan plan for purchasing milch cows. See or write C. B, I/A BARBE Algrona Phono 55. Iowa First door nortli of Iowa State Bank 27-30 Thorpe's Eebuilt a truck body last week for Mike Reilly. The original body was •wrecked recently in an upset with a load of tile. We have just the right equipment to make hayracks. Keep this fact in mind. You may need one in a 3iurry when the time comes. Wood Stock tanks are also right in our 3ine. We make them in a jiffy and *he cost is low. Try us and see. We tt>uy 'em knocked down, so all we 3iave to do IB to set 'em up and paint **m. Our old buildings don't look like Qmuch, but they house a lot of ma- schlnery. tools, and stock. Worth lyour while to go through the plant .•sometime. You'll understand then £how many things we can do for you. and We've been pulling off a few Qiorseshoes and trimming up the Shoots. While the ground is soft the {horses like to go barefoot. Lou spent part of his time last (Week at polishing up plow-mould Bjoards. Get the rust off. We do it tin a few minutes. Iron 3 RELOCATIONS IN THE PAVING WEST FRON S,C, Swea City, Mar. 31 — The Mc- Laughlln crew will set up a paving plant here for the No. 9 paving, and will work out of here for the 1 first four miles. The McGulre grading crew has been at work west of town but was stopped temporarily by the recent snowetorm. Three relocations on the 30 miles of paving are to be made. At Armstrong the road will run through the southern part of town post the elevators. Entering Esthervllle, a turn will be made at the Murray farm to the east end of Lincoln street, and through town the paving will follow that street to a point near the west edge of town, whence it will turn in a northwesterly direction' to connect with the present croad west'of Esthervllle. Parsons to bo Superintendent— E. H. Parsons has accepted election as superintendent of the local schools to succeed Supt, Logan, who was not willing to remain at a cut in salary. Mr. Parsons has been superintendent of the Bode schools ten years. His family consists of a wife and four children. Two of the children are in school, and two are of pre-school age. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons will move to Swea City August 1. J. J. Anderson reports 60 applicants for the position. The other teachers, with a few exceptions, have received contracts and must report by April 6 whether they will remain. Do you need a. little iron occasionally? We have it, and you can itake It away "as is" or we will wort HI up for you to order. We have a good stock of bolts, arivets, and washers — not washing machines, you understand, but the Stand that go with bolts—iron dough- aiiits! We do about everything here. ! Come In and see us. We like the -looks of your face whether you have for us or not. Works 7NE OLD DRAY SHOP llelkon Recovers Lost, Watch— The Herald tells this story about the North End's supervisor: "Supervisor P. .1. Heikon has a small son of Simon Bloom, Ledyard blacksmith, to thank for the return of a watch. P. J. noticed the loss of the timepiece Monday night, so next day he retraced the steps he had taken over n large part of this portion of the county and at length located it at Ledyard where the Bloom boy had picked it up. P. J. valued the timepiece both for its intrinsic value and its association. He had carried it 25 years." Anderson Millinery Shop gold— Emma Anderson has sold her millinery shop to Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pearson. Miss Anderson had conducted the shop 23 years, during which she had a large patronage. Miss Pearson took possession of the shop last week Monday, and she served free lunch as an opening feature Saturday afternoon. Good Friday to be Observed— The stores and other business houses here will close from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. this week Friday for a special observance of Good Friday. The Methodist and Baptist congregations will unite in a service at the Baptist church, and the Rev. Mr. Swanson will conduct a service at the Lutheran church. Cardinals win from Bancroft— The Cardinals won from Bancroft, 43-25, in a basketball tournament for northern Iowa and southern Minnesota Saturday night. The Cardinals have played 35 games this season and have lost only 5, of which four were lost to Gilkerson's Union Giante and one to the Marlea packers at Albert Lea. Legion "Aux" 9 Years Old— The local Legion Auxiliary celebrated its ninth birthday anniversary last week Monday evening. The Legion boys were guests, with the past commanders of Fisher post and the past presidents of the Auxiliary as special guests. Mrs. William Thompson had charge of the program. Oil Company will Incorporate— A meeting of shareholders in a proposed community oil company here was postponed from Friday night to this week Tuesday afternoon. This was because of bad weather last week. The articles of incorporation and the bylaws will be read, and reports will be given on required equipment. College Students Come Home— Among Swea City college students at home for the Easter holidays are Jack Sanftner, Iowa State college; Esther Smith, Carleton college, Northfield, Minn.; and Oliver and 'larence Anderson, Raymond McCrary, and Gail Kesler, of the Minnesota state university. Airs. L. A. Anderson Unimproved— Mrs. L. A. Anderson, who has been ill for some tmie with heart trouble, is no better. Her three daughters — Mrs. William Woods, Trenton, N. J., Mrs. Oakum, of Harrisburg, Pa., and Mrs. William Baker, Philadelphia — are caring for her. Revival Meetings Draw Crowds— Revival meetings which are being held in the opera house continue to hold the interest of local people. Mrs. Dexter preached Friday evening, and Monday evening the Rev. Mr. Dexter preached on divine healing. Lutheran Choir Plans Cantata— The Lutheran choir will present an Easter cantata at the church next Sunday evening, and it is planned to repeat it Monday evening for the general public. The Methodist choir is presenting a cantata Sunday morning. Genevieve Knutson is Hostess— Genevieve Knutson entertained 18 friends last Thursday evening at 500 and rook. Mrs. Knuteon served refreshment*. . Other Swea City. Mrs. August Petersoh and Mrs. Frank Sayer will . entertain the Methodist Aid this week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Berg, who was badly injured recently when she fell down a flight of stains, Is much improved. Mrs. Alma Carlson is caring for her. Richard Berg, John Haglund, and Rome Johnson drove to Des Molnes Monday on a business mission. J, M, WATSON EX-IRVINGTON, BURIED MAR, 27 Irvlngton, .War. 3il — Funeral services for J. M. Watson, who died last week Monday, were held Friday, and burial was 'made at Keokuk. Mr. Watson was 68 years old, and death was caused by hardening of the arteries. Mr. and Mrs. Watson came to Irvington from Keokuk many years ago to be with their son Ray, who was then depot agent here. Mr. Watson then clerked several years Cor Harry Lewis, who operated an Irving-ton general store. Later Mr. Watson started his own store and built the store and house now owned and operated by Mrs. Charles Sankey and the Arthur Rileys. They operated the store till about three years ago, when they left to be with their son Marshall. Later they bought a home in Knoxville, where Mr. Watson died. Mr. and Mrs. Watson have three sons, Harry the eldest, Ray formerly of Irvington, no\v of San Francisco, Calif., and Marshall, who with his wife has been making his home with his parents. Before coming to Irvington, Mr. Watson had been a fireman on • the railroad and a stationary engineer at Keokuk. It Is believed that Mrs. Watson will continue to live with her son Marshall at Keokuk. Grandmother Goes Plane Riding— Old friends here have just learned that Mrs. Harness, better known as Grandma Harness, enjoyed an airplane ride last fall. Mrs. Harness had been wanting a ride, and when the opportunity came she took it. She was accompnaied by her son Frank and his wife, of WalWorth, Wis., where Mrs. Harness has spent several months and plans to stay there till after Memorial Day, when she will return here to visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. Later she will probably visit another daughter in Colorado.. Mrs. Harness has recently been ill. Aid Society Elects Officers— Twenty-five attended Aid last Thursday. Tlie business meeting was opened with a song, roll call and election of officers. Mrs. Earl Miller was re-elected president, Mrs. A. McLean was named vice president to succeed Mrs. William Boldridge, who has served several years. Mrs. Vern 'Barker was re-elected treasurer, and Mrs. K. P. Roney, treasurer. Dues collected totaled '$11. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and Mrs. Albert Butterfield. Large Congregation Hears English— A large congregation attended church Sunday and heard the Rev. A. English preach on, -Behold Your King Cometh, Matthew 21:5. Eighty attended Sunday school, and the offering was $4.40. Next Sunday there will be special Easter music followed by communion service, and those wishing can join the church by confession or by letter, and children will be baptised. The following Sunday the annual business meeting will follow the church services. Roy Blyihcs Like Chicago— A recent letter from Mrs. Roy Blythe, Chicago, says they are pleasantly located and are getting used to the noise of the great city. Roy goes to work at noon and returns home at one a. m. The city is in a turmoil now over the coming city election. The 'Blythes visited a museum recently, and the Shedd aquarium, a new building for the world's fair in 1933. This is filled with tanks containing fish, turtles, and crabs of every kind and size, Geo. Stewart's Eye Improved— George Stewart, who suffered serious injury to his eyes several weeks ago when an electric light bulb exploded in his face, is now able to work again. The bandages have been removed from his eyes but it is still necessary to wear dark glasses as the strong sunlight is still painful. Sickness Prevents Visiting Trip- Mrs. Edward Ditsworth, Burt, formerly of Irvington, and her eldest son Harry were expected to go to Antioch, 111., last Saturday to visit her father, a Mr. Shiltze, who was critically ill, but Mrs. Ditsworth was taken suddenly ill with an attack of flu and was unable to go. Mrs. Hattie Buriingaine Home- Mrs. Hattie Burlingame, who has been in the Kossuth hospital several weeks following an operation fo'r an abscess has returned to her home. She is recovering and is able to be around a little. Fanners Prepare for Seeding— Farmers are preparing ground for seeding, and John Frankl, so far as known, is the first to have his seeding done, Other Irvington News. Mickey, youngest son of Mrs. Wm. Squire, formerly of this vteinlty, h returned and '-reports he Is looking for work.' Mickey -vvent to'Spring- field, t\\., with his mother,,several years ago and has been living there since. Just now Mickey Is making his headquarters at the William Boldrldge home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton were on the sick list several days last week. Mrs. Thornton was suffering with a heavy cold, ,and Mr. Thornton was suffering from the after effects of having several teeth extracted. • ... , : Mr. and .Mrs. Jr. jM. C6x were Sunday guests at the/-Mark Jones home, Algona, In honor 1 of..Mr, and Mrs. Theo. Qoeders, whd recently returned-after several niprtths'in'Califor- nia. • ' ' ' ' •' ,'''''' (Mrs. John Simon, who underwent 'an operation at the' Kossuth hospital several weeks ago, has return ed to her home DAIRY CALF CLUB HEADS MEET HERE E. M. Wright, secretary of the state dairy association, was in Kossuth last week Tuesday and visited dairy calf club leaders and attended a club meeting at the Legion hall, Algona. Mr. Wright gave ' an illustrated talk on activities throughout Iowa in dairy calf clubs. Pictures of Iowa members at national shows were also shown. He said that the Iowa dairy calf club enrollment in 1930 was the largest of any of the •1-H livestock groups in the state and that Kossuth stood second in county enrollment. Edward Funnemark, of the Wesley dairy calf club, who was one of two boys from his club who represented the county on a dairy demonstration team at Waterloo last fall, gave an interesting- account of a trip to the Dairy Cattle Congress. His team placed third in a state contest, eve n though it was the boys' first trip and they were competing with teams of several years' experience made up of older boys. Judge Quarton spoke briefly on dairy club work. The Algona dairy calf club elected officers: Eldon Shaw, president, who conduscted the meeting in a creditable manner, and Claire Hansen, secretary-treasurer. Herman Bosworth, local leader, i s assisted by Ernest Phillips, manager of the Algona cow-test association. Want Ads FOR RENT—MODERN HOUSE.— Phone 99. Gp29 200-EGG INCUBATOR FOR SALE. —Phone 20F5. 10p29 FOR RENT — MODERN HOUSE, close in.—F. W. Dingley. 27tf MARRIED MAN WANTS JOB ON .—Inquire Advance. 8p29 WOMAN WANTS HOUSECLEAN- ing.—Phone Lone Rock 802. 7p28-29 FOR SALE—BUFF ROCK hatching eggs.—Carl Brown, phone 3F33. . 10pFB28-29 FOR RENT—2-ROOM FURNISH- ed apartment.—Vera Apartments. 8p29 FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN BULL 28 monthe old.—Geo. Bannlck, Lone Rock. 10P 28 FOR SALE — 2rYEAR-OLD Hereford bull. — S. W. Allen, phone WANTED: POSITION AS HOUSE- keeper. Mrs. Clyde -Collinson, Al- I'0p29 CALL 572-J FOR PAPER HANG- ing and painting. w_ A. Richardson. 10p29 FOR SALE: FORDSON TRACTOR, 5 Fresnos, 1'blade grader.—C. A. Samson. ' !Op28-29 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. Seven rooms and bath. Inquire Advance. 10u28tf FOR SALE—FIVE USED DELCO light plants.—Bert B, Brown, Livermore, Iowa. 12u28tf WANTED—STUDENT NURSES.— Apply Superintendent Koseuth Hospital, Algona. 8u29tf FOR RENT-LIGHT HOUSEKEEP- ing rooms, partly furnished.—222 W. Nebraska st. 10p29 CERTIFIED RED RIVER OHIOS, Cobblers.—Potato. Exchange, 612 Cherry, Des Moines. . llu27 T 30 MODERN ROOMS AND BOARD— Second house west of light plant. —Mrs. Daisy Cook. 13p29 WANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co., H. H. Boettcher, Rep. 10u25tf FOR RENT—FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms,—Mrs. J. H. Riddle, 202 E. College. Ilp29 FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM; also garage. Call Advance or 362-J after six o'clock. 13g22tf BUFF ORPINGTON HATCHING eggs.—Mrs, L. A. Crulckshank, Burt. Phone 26F4, Algona. llp28-29 PAINTING AND PAPERING wanf- ed. Reasonable prices.—Fred Miller, Lone Rock, phone 802 12p28-29 WANTED—EGGS FROM HEAVY breeds, especially White Rocks.— Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. Ilu29tf DR. ERICKSON PRODUCED A wonderful new Eczema remedy that we guarantee.— K. D. James. 14p29 FOR SALE—HIGH-GRADE Jersey bulls, at farmer's prices, must go soon, — Joe Thomann, West Bend, Iowa. 17pFB28-29 FOR SALE—ALBERT LEA Kitchen Kook gasoline stove; good as new; less than half price.—Ask Advance. 17u29 FOR SALE OR tRADH — MtiLE and horse for sheep, cattle, or hogs.—Julius Witigert,' phdhe 2i*% 'Wesley* •' " ' '' : 17p29 STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM farm March 26, light-colored police dog, Jack. Reward.—Roy Lowman, Algona. 16FB29 MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK on farm—Experienced with tractors and farm machinery; start any time.—Phone Advance. '.•• . '17p29 FOR SAl/E—3 FORDSON, 2 10-20 McOp.rmlck Deerlng, tractors, all in ;gJoM< condition,\rea'dy for. spring -R: C. Bauer, Wesley. p29-30 WANTED—WOMAN WHO CAN ,. ,work 4 or 6 hours a day. Can make at least 60c an hour.—Write 202, M. & A. Bldg,, Mason City, lOWa. ' . • 2Bu28-30 IjOW—YOU CAN BUY RED friction surface rubber belting 1 at Gamble 'Stores; cut any length. 2 In. 3 ply, lie per ft. Full line of automobile and farm tools. 28-29 LOST — COXWELL CHAIR, ON pavement between Algona and 4 mile corn. east. —• Finder please notify Advance or Loyal Young, Algona, phone 13F3. FOR SALE—I HAVE FOUR GOOD ' milking cows for sale.. Three are Holsteins, one white face. Bargain prices for good cows. —See A. K. Cliff at new location, Algona. 29u29 FOR SALE—I HAVE ABOUT 1% bu. of choice Red Clover seed, home grown. Will sell right. Get it before It is gone.—See A. K. Cliff at his new location, Algona. 32u29 FOR SALE OR TRADE—2 CHOICE lake lots In Terrace Park, Okoboji. If you are interested in building a summer -home in the finest park on the lake write Lockbox 122, Algona, Iowa. 32g29tf DUROC BROOD SOWS, DUE TO farrow in April; large broody looking gilts, weight up to .400 Ibs; cholera immune. Prices right. — Powell Bros., 3 miles west, 2 north Bancroft. . . 2Sp29 SEED CORN REDUCED. Be wise; plant the best. In Kossuth county yield plots, 1930, Carlisle's Kossuth Reliance outyielded all others, including Golden King.—A. C. Carlisle, % mile east Whlttemore. 30FBp27-30 FOR SALE — ONE ADDRESSO- graph, foot-feed; about 1500 plates with it; all for $50. Also one Addressograph, hand-feed, and about 025 plates with it, only $40.— Typewriter Exchange, Estherville. 30U29-30 IF 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., Bes .Moines, Iowa, g32tf REGISTERED CERTIFIED Grimm alfalfa, Scarified sweet clover. Low prices. Shipped subject inspection, freight prepaid. Write for club offer, free samples. — North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo, N. D. Cooperative organization. 30(1)29-32 OPENING DANCE AT LEGION pavilion, Bancroft, Wednesday, April 8. "Cec" Hurst and hie Eight Mormon Shieks will furnish the music. Dances will be held every Wednesday throughout the season. Come and dance to the best of music at all times on North Iowa's Finest floor. 46u29 GET PAID WEEKLY—LIBERAL terms to right man in choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's Greatest .Nursery. No delivering or collecting. Healthy work with good pay in a business of your own. Stock Northern grown, with liberal guarantae. Company established over 30 years. Write McKay Nursery Company, Madison, Wis. 50(1)28-31 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 S98 Algona, Iowa. PILES CHINESE HERB QUICKLYALUYS PAIN and ITCHIN8 „ ._„ ,„ „„ u.u.^.uu t*b huv PUUIUIIIK* heallngr power of the rare. Imported Chinese Herb, which fortifies Dr. Nixon's Chinarold. It's the newest and fastest acting treatment out. Brings ease and comfort in a few; winutea so that you can work and enjoy ;ife while It continues Ha •coining, heallngr action. Don't de. lay. Act In time to avoid a danger* ous and costly operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Chinarold under our guarantee to satisfy completely and btt worth 100 times the small cost OB your money back. • * E. W. LUSBY'S DBCG STOBB 9 Backache„ Leg Pains If Getting Up Night* Backache, frequent day calli, Leg Pains, Nervousness, or Burning, due to functional Bladder Irritation, In acid conditions, makes you feel tired, depressed and discouraged, try the Cyetez Test, Works fast, starts circulating thru! the system in IS minutes. Praised by thousands for rapid and positive action. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pro. nounced Siss-tex) today, under the Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must Quickly allay these conditions, Improve lest- t "1 sleep and energy, or iconey back» Only 60o at » E. W. LUSBY'S DBUG STOBE Lowest Prices Wall NOTICE OP PROCEEDINGS Jounty Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, ' vs. Henry .Boeckholt, Fannie Boeckholt, The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, John. Helmers, Chris Helmers; To. Henry Boeokholt, Fannie, Boeckholt, The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, John Het- mers and Chris • Helmers, and all other persons, companies or corporations having! any interest In or owning -atiy^of the following described real estate: All that part of the East Half • of the Northwest Quarter (E% , • NW^4) of. Section Thirty-five . (35), Township ' Ninety-eight (98), Range Twenty-eight (28), bounded and described as follows: .Beginning at a point Nine Hundred Ninety-nine and eight- tenths'feet (999.8') West and Six Hundred and nine-tenths feet (600.S)') North of the center of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Ninety-eight (98), North of Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 6th P. M., thence North seventy-one degrees East (N. 71° E) a distance of Two Hundred Thirty-five and two-tenths feet (235.2'); thence North thirty-nine degrees East (N 39° E) a distance of, One Hundred Sixty-three and -one- tenth feet (163.1'); thence North twenty-five degrees East (N 25° E) a distance of • Seven Hundred Forty-six and two-tenths feet (746.2')'; thence North twenty- eight degrees West (N 28° W) a distance of One Hundred Twenty-three and nine-tenths feet (123.9'); thence South twenty-four degrees West (S 24" W) a distance of Four Hunr dred Fifty and two-tenths feet 450.2'); thence South forty-three degrees twenty-nine minutes West (S 43° 29' W) a distance of Five Hundred Eighty-two and nine-tenths feet (582.9'); thence South One Hundred Fifty-two feet (152') to the point of beginning. Containing 3.44 acres. You are hereby notified that Bertha E. Johnson, as County Auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, desires the condemnation of the following described land: All that part of the East Half Legal* of tft JS), Township Mlfteiy-rfght (n)t Range Twenty«el«ht. (48), bounded and described M follows: Beginning at a. point Nine Hundred Ninety-nine ftJid eight j tenths feet (999.8') West arid Six Hundred and nine-tenths feet (600.9') North of the center of Section Thirty-Hive ' (88), Township Ninety-eight .(98), North of Range, Twenty-eight; (28), West, of the 1 \ 6th P. M., thence North Seventy-one .* degrees East (N 71? E) aidtetance of Two Hundred Thirty-five and two-tenths feet (236.2') I thence North Thirty-nine degrees,Eaat (N 39° E) a distance of One , Hundred sixty-three' : a'nd One- tenth feet (163.1'); thence North twenty-five'degrees East (N 26° . E) a.'distance of Seven Hundred F.orty-elx and two-tenths feet (746.2');'thence North; twenty. eight- degrees -West ,'frr 28°' W) a distance of One Hundred Twenty-three and nine-tenths fee£ (123.9')! thence South twentyrfour degrees West (S.'24° W) a. distance of Four Hundred .Fifty and two-tenths feet (450.2'); thence South Forty- three degrees twenty-nine minutes West (S 43° 29'W) a distance of Five.Hundred Eighty- two and , nine-tenths • feet, (582.9'); thence South One Hun- , dred Fifty-two feet (152') to the point of beginning. Containing 3.44 acres. ; That such condemnation Is sought for the following purpose: That the said County of Kossuth may have all of the gravel and road material contained in said tract and use of the same for all time, or until said gravel and road material Is ex hausted. That a.commission has been ap pointed as provided by law for the purpose of appraising the damages which will be caused by .said con demnatlon. That said commissioners will 01 the 25th day of May, A. D. 1931 at 10 o'clock a. m. view said premises and proceed to appraise said damages, at which time you may appear before the commissioners if you care to do so. (Signed) BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor of 29-32 Kossuth County, Iowa, BUSINESS DIRI SALESBOOKS OF ALL, KINDS We get them for you and you pay no more than you pay outsiders who take your money out of town where you get none of It back.—Advance 25tf 10 Gorgeous Prizes School Children—Attention \ Big Contest at Longs' We are giving away absolutely FREE, 5 large beautiful dolls and 5 dandy league balls and bats. Of course YOU want one, and here's how you can go after it. Simply think up all of the words you can from the NAME OF OUR STORE—LONG'S GROCERY. Write them down and get them in to us before May 1. The 5 highest girls and the 5 highest boys will each get one of these wonderful prizes. Here 'are the rules of the contest: 1.—Each Contestant must be 12 years or under. 2.—Only one side of the paper must be used. 3.—All words must be written In Ink, 4.—The contestant's name must be on each sheet of paper. -5.—Use each letter only as often as it appears in the 2 words. 6-—All words must be turned in to Long's by May 1. Watch our store windows for the display of the prizes. For further information 'inquire at Long's Grocery. Easter Specials Thursday—Friday and Saturday 'Coffee, Seal Brand ge c H, S° a P- Big 4 .Yo'for B9c •Cheese, Long Horn gi c n,. Powdered Sugar, Sea Island 8 llb.'box Sic Oatmeal, Banner, large pkg. jgc Cake Flour, Swansdown . ' j»j> c •Kerosene HI"V«i" »«l Bananas ... 4 lbg . for gSc English Walnuts 35,, lb P at f -"-a'iblTfor 26c" P° rk C" tlets SOe per Ib. Sliced Bacon £ 5c , b< Peaches, gal. can 68c Pears or Peaches (No. 2% size) -~8"c~ans~60c Gold Dust Powder 4 cans for 25c •Candy Bars a . for ^ FOB YOUB EASTEB DINNER Let us suggest a few dainties for that special dinner: fresh strawberries, peas beans asparagus, celery, new potatoes, radtehes onions, head lettuce—in fact everything you could wish for, including Easter eggs Have you tried our Decker's Canned Ham? It is thoroughly cooked in all Its natural juices and ready to serve. — ^ Some April Fool Joke There IB always a reason for continued service. LONGS' 80 YEARS OF GOOD GROCERIES For Quality Good. ? hone 214-215 M Excellent 1 Quality See our new line before you buy! The Retail Store All 1931 D^igm K. b. James, Algona P. Harrington L. j Attorneys-at-La', Phones: Office, 287' - ' *"•'», , J. VAN "• ". Ol| Lawyers - - —' Iowa stnt» Phone 213-W. Q. D. Shumway Newspaper 81. 1908, at L Algona, Iowa, March B, Quarton 1879. Law Offices. Office 427 Algona, i owa ^ Office „, 3fflce phone Iowa state Bank 460-w • CLMYAN, . W. Sullivan *ll! B T, B ' Mtl B - Linnan Attorneys-at-La W '" 1. A. WINKEl Attorney. iit-law I Office in Qulnby BulU|J Phone 180. • J. Kenefick Physicians Office*,: Algona Reefdence Phones: Keneflck - 57 C. H. CRETZMEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office in. John Galbralth B Phones: Office 310, res. 444,, WALTER Physician and Surgeon' Office In Quinby Bidg., Phone No. 12. -^———_ -'«• »V. I). JlUlUHJSJy Oiteopathlc Pliyslclnn and I Eye, Ear, Nose, and X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation Phones: Office, 187; , P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeoi Office on South Dodge Sin, Phones: Office, 666; residence! Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H. Jt. 0180H Dentist. Gas and novocaine used (or I traction. Located over Chrlstensen I Phones: Business 166, Algona, Iowa . D. SCHAAP Dentist Located In former Dr. W. El office/ over Chrlstensen Broil Phone 133, CHIROFBACTOB8 DB. B. J. THI8SES Palmer Graduate Chin. Thirteen year's supcessful ;n Office over State's Cafa | VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian Weet State Street, AlgonlJ Phones: Office 475-W,, r» ( BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN & SON General Contractor!, Estimates Furnished. Phones: Business, 639-J; GEORGE L. MU.LEB, General Contractor. Estimates furnished. JB. Dodge, Algona, la. i MACHINISTS MACHINE Machinists and WeW«» Service stock on Piston and Bearings, West of Courthouse. PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPART Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and HI4* I Matt Lamuth, Mgr, Phone 264.^ INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNT* INSUBANCE A8SOCU* Over $16,000,000 worth of I In force. A home compa wcure. J, O, Paxson, THE AIGONA INSUJ AGEJJCY C. B. I* Barre Al F» . Reliable Ins. SeryW ^ Phone 55- City Property Loans. Insurance. Real CUNNINGHAM * 107 W. State St. New and used Auto Tires and Accessor!* Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, IP**. MIMEOGRAI WHSHBSiPW^^^^^^^ 041! ADVANClj

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