-.•vr** .,*V"i***' PAGE FOUR H. W. Post Dray iind Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and dam age of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa. PILES nSfs&ft. An old Chinese Proverb says, "Nina 8n 10 suffer from piles," but the pain; and itching of blind, protruding op Bleeding piles usually are alleviated Within a few minutes by soothing", healing Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold, fortK tfled with a rare, Imported Chinese! Eerb, having amazing power to re(duce swollen tissues. It's the new« «8t and fastest acting treatment out. Sou can work and enjoy life right from the start while it continues Ha healing action. Don't delay. Act In; .time to avoid a dangerous and cost* ly operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Chtna- roid under our guarantee to satisfy completely and be worth 100 times, the. small cost or your; money; back. E. VV. LliSIJY'S JU11UU STOHli JUST TEN DAYS -ECZEMA GONE When the skin itches and Eczema drives you mad, just bathe the parts night and morning with antiseptic Moone's Emerald Oil. Get a bottle for So cents at any progressive druggist and apply after reading the directions. If the itching hasn't entirely ceased in ten days you can have your money back. It's easy and pleasant to use and It's speedy action is little less than marvelous. —4 BURT DEFEATS "INDIANS" IN BALL TOURNEY Burt, Apr. 21 — An Inter-high school baseball tournament took place here last week for' five schools in the east half of the county: Wesley, Ledyard, Titonka, Bancroft, and Burt. The first game was played Tuesday afternoon between Bancroft and Titonka, Titonka winning, 3-1. Saturday morning Burt played Titonka and won, 5-2. in the next game Ledyard and Wesley played, Ledyard winning, 0-4. In the afternoon the final game between Ledyard and Burt was b_>- gun, but in the oth inning a thunderstorm came up-and put an end to the contest. The score then j *, stood 7-1 in favor of Ledyard, am that school was declared winner oi. the tournament. Sexton Community Club Lays Plans— A. monthly meeting of the Com munlty club was held at the Marvin hotel last Thursday evening, ant dinner at 7 was followed by a bus iness meeting. A number of com munlty projects were discussed. It was decided to erect 1U signs on highways around Burt, showing the distance to town. It was also de cided to sponsor Wednesday even- ng band concerts during the sum mer. In May the merchants will rive away ten prizes each Saturday evening. Thirty business tended the meeting. men at- Used Stoves 2 Kero. Gas 4-burner oil stoves $15.00 1 Puritan 3-burner oil stove, with oven $6.00 1 Perfection 4-burner oil stove $7.85 1 Perfection 4-burner with elevated oven like new $35 One Windsor 4-burner tall chimney oil stove _$20 One Electric Stove ___$30.00 Two good coal ranges at $35 One Kitchen-Rook 3-burner with back $15.00 One Coleman 3-burner with back $15.00 These stoves are all in good working order. FARMERS GENERAL STOKE HOBARTON Over the Week End Goes Pain anil Agony of RHEUMATISM Money Back If It Doesn't, Suys E. W.Iaisbr. Largo 8 Oz. Bottle 85c. NEW 48 HOUR TREATMENT Here's the new .swift way to drive Uric Acid from your joints and muscles and free your body from Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuritis— many call it the weekend treatment —and it is particularly valuable to those who cannot afford to lose time thru the week. Start to take Allenru as directed on Friday night and keep to bed as much as possible till Monday morn- ing—Allenru acts with double speed when the sufferer is relaxed and resting. Allenru Is a powerful yet harmless medicine—free from narcotics—you can't depend oh mild medicines to overcome stubborn rheumatic conditions and handy relievers used only to stop pain won't g-et the uric acid out of your joints. Allenru is sole] by E, W. Lu.sby and all modern druggists America over—an 8 02. bottle for Soc—And guaranteed to do as advertised or money back. —4 O Great Bargain ™ Days for TRAVEL BY TRAIN Hound (rip tickets at approximately 1 GENT A MILE good In couclius GENTS A MILE W. 1). Kenrns Off for Visits— W. D. Kearns left Sunday with his son Wilbur, of Ringsted, and the latter's wife for Chicago to visit his son Richard and a daughter. From there W. D. goes on to West Vir ginia to visit three brothers, after which he will g-o to New York City, where he has two sons. He will probably be away for several months. Mr. Kearns, who was lor many years manager of the Swift & Co., plant here, was pensioned by the firm a few weeks ago. Library In Jfew Home— The public library was moved Friday into new quarters in the former electric light plant building. The room in which the engines were located has been repaired, a new floor laid, and the walls painted. A partition divides the room, making a large storeroom and a good-sized library room. Since organization the library had been located in the back part of the Smith store, but had outgrown its quarters. W. If. yi. S. Hears Radio Broadeast- The W. H. M. S, held its annual Mitebox openhig at the church Saturday. The program was. in the form of a radio broadcast, Miss Warner and Mrs. Ryerson were announcers, and members gave talks on the homes maintained by the society. The Rev. J. E. Clifton and O. G. Stow broadcast Negro minstrels. Briardalo Grocers Meet Here— Last week Monday evening some 25 Brlardale grocers had dinner together at the Marvin hotel, and af terwards a. business meeting was held at the Smith department store. Briarclale meetings are held month ly, and Bend. the next will be at AVest Cnfoterla Supper Tomorrow >'lght— The second division of the Aid will give a cafeteria supper at the church Friday evening, and supper will be followed by a social hour and program. Former Hurt Woman Dies— Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Robert Henley, Leith, N. D., Friday. The Henleys formerly lived near Burt, leaving many years ago. on Xow Gas Stallon Opened— The new Shell service station the paving a block north of main street, opened last Thursday. Martin Greiss put up the building and is operating the station. ]!nrt fjlrl Elected Teacher— Lura Sewlck has been elected eighth grade teacher at Harris. good iii sleepers ON SALE APR, 24-25 To uU points east of Missouri Hlver BBTD11N LIMIT MAY 4 For full particulars ask Agent CHICAGO * North Western Other Burt. Mrs. V. A. Smith and her two children, who had spent several weeks with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grover, returned to their home at Milwaukee Satu rday. Mrs. E. Yaeck, Lake Mills, Wis., Is spending a week or two with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Timmel. Mr. and Mrs. Timmel and Mrs. Yaeck spent the week-end with relatives at Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Algona, visited the J. G. Sewick's last Thursday, and from here went to Wesley to visit a sister of Mrs. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg visited A. D. Langworthy at Heron Lake, Minn., worthy is brother. William Toebben, called here by the sickness of his mother, returned Thursday night, remains till this Circle met with Mrs. Aurilla Coffin last Thursday. The Hi-Lo bridge club met last week Wednesday evening at Mrs. J. E. Thoreson's. Dorothy Bauer and Mrs. William Hartman, who have been Bauer's, leave this week Sunday. Mr. Lang- Mrs. Stoutenberg's to Chicago last Esther Toebben week-end. The Birthday a,t Matt Tuesday for New York City, where Miss Bauer is employed. Darwin Morness, small son of N. I. Morness, has been sick with mas- toiditis. J. H. Schroeder has blood- poisoning in a hand. Mrs. Mary Dundas, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Lindbloom, Elmore, were Sunday guests at the Martin Greiss home. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schraeder visited Mrs. Schraeder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, Elmore, Sunday. The Home Guards will meet this week Tuesday evening at Ada Schwletert's. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow moved Saturday into the house recently vacated by the O. H. Schmidt family. Mike Bauman. Titonka, is working at the Trainer meat market. IN MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS It costs as high as 20c to reach each subscriber with advertising because of limited circulation. The Advance circulation, on the contrary, is such that the cost la only about one cent per family. 26tf William Klrschbaum received word a few days ago of the death of his sister, Mrs. Christina Munson, formerly of Wesley, who was making her home with a daughter "m Minnesota. The body was brought to Algona by rail Monday, and thence was taken In a hearse to Wesley. August Klrschbaum and Mr. and Mrs. William Klrschbaum went to''Wesley that night. Henry Monson," son of the deceased, still lives at Wesley. Grandma Nelson, mother of Henry Nelson and Mrs. Dora Ferrigan, was reported failing Monday. She could no longer eat anything. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara, of Mear Lake, spent Friday with Lou's mother, Mrs. William Kutschara. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders, of Osceola, cnme last week-end to visit relatives here. Robert Boleneus is driving a new 3rd coach, purchased last week at who had the Corle Mrs. Drusilla Noble, spent several days at home, Algona, came home late last week. She lives with her mother, Mr«. O. B. Wise. Theodore Johnson, who lived here till three, years ago, has been seriously sick with gallstones,' but Is improving. He now lives at Rockford. Mrs. Warmbier, of Lu Verne, spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Clem Cunningham, west of Sexton. The Aid will meet with Mrs. Fred Brethorst, south of town, this week Thursday. Farmers here welcomed the Sunday rains, which put an end to dust storms. • Mrs. James Brophy took her mother, Mrs. Neuman, to the latter's home at Algona last Thursday. Mrs. Neuman makes her home with the Brophys during the winter. Harvey Steven and Francis McMahon shipped a carload of cattle to Chicago Saturday night. Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "W. Z. Miller, has been critically sick since last Thursday with glandular trouble, but was reported somewhat better Monday. Mrs. George Aman is entertaining her brother Jos. Chapin, Cin- clnnattl, who is spending two weeks here. He lived at Algona some years ago. [Held from Last Week.] Grandma Nelson, mother of Henry Nelson, Is again critically sick at her home north of Sexton. She will be 93 on her next birthday. At present she is bedfast. Ila Olsen attended a dish shower at Ernest Gilbert's Saturday afternoon in honor of Leola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Huff Sr. Sunday dinner guests at A. L. Greenfield's were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, Irvington; and the William Greenfields' daughter, Mrs. eGorge Gowins, and her children, who live at Mason City. Mrs. Gowins and the children came from Mason City early last week to spend a couple of weeks with her parents and sisters, Mrs. Will Runchey, of Creeco township, and Mrs. John Ulfers, Fenton. Sunday dinner guests at W. A, Packard's were Mr. and Mrs. Copeland, Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Packard, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Erwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thrift, all of Renwick. . Mrs. Chris Miller returned last week Monday from Minneapolis, where she had spent some time with a brother. Her daughter Mary drove up for her. Some members of the Sexton Aid attended a meeting of the Wesley Aid at the Mrs, Carl Franzen's last week Wednesday. Pearl Steven, Rudcl teacher, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, north of town. Orville Hedrick shelled the landlord's share of corn Monday and delivered it to the local elevator. The Gilbert Benschoters, Kanawha, were Sunday guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter. Sioux City Monday. . Mrs. H t N. Oshen 'OHietttngef, 1 visiting? the Ernest Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hulbert, o G'ldden, spent last week Mondnj at J. M. Blanchard's. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, Jaco! Tenscher, and M-fs. Glaus Helmk and a daughter, all of at Renwick the Otl were Sunday guests Sanders home. Depot Agent A. D. Ulmer was a business visitor at Eagle Grove Saturday. The Bert Olsons, Swea City, were Sunday guests at Mrs. John Rath's The. Jesse o'Keefes, Ledyard, am the Mark Llndseys, Fenton, visit ed at the Mrs. E. M. Hawks home Sunday.. Fenton Lone Rock The R. E. Padgetts, Algona, spent Sunday at William Krause's. Ersel Blanc-hard has resumed her duties at the bank, after being at home two weeks doing housework while her mother was sick. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, their grandson, Tommy Long, and Uie Edward Blanchards spent Sun- lay at Milford with the Albert Thompsons. Mrs. Jack Quinn's mother, Pipe- itone, Minn., died Sunday, , after a long illness. The Jack' Quinns drove to Iowa City to get a glass eye, for the son Willard, and thence drove to Pipestone. Lura Sewlck spent the. week-end :it Spirit Lake. The 4-year-old daughter of the Elmer jaspersons fell last week Wednesday and broke an arm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained the blacksmiths' organization Friday evening. Mrs. William Fischer got home from Watseka, 111., Friday. a meeting of the association this There will be Pare n t-Teac her week Thursday evening. William Kennedy and Herman Neitzel, of Burt, laid plaster board in a room at the E. M. Hawks home Saturday. On the way to Algona Sunday evening, a t a point two miles south and one-half mile east of Lone Rock, Oscar Earing was run into by a man from Union township who was driving a Ford coupe. The Earing car had. both fenders bent and the rear bumper torn off, but the other car was not damaged. N.^L. Cotton and Mervin Christensen attended a cattle sale at MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa [Held from Last Week.l Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith attended a telephone convention a Des Moineo last week Tuesday, and :hen visited relatives at Dallas Center, Adel, Waukee,'and Perry til ast Thursday. The Frank Baileys, Mrs. Kate Newel, and Agnes Goetsch attendee a senior play, Welcome Home Jimmy, at^5eneca, last Thursday evening. The Doctor Waites, Mr. and Mrs Peter Hnyenga, * and the Harry Haases were Sunday dinner guests at C. Y. Lauritzen's, Whittemore The Henry Schultes returned lasl ,veek Tuesday.from Oaylord, Minn, where they visited the parental William,Schultes and George Formals. Mr. and Mrs. Brie Wingren and Mrs. Olaf Schonsted, Minneapolis visited from Friday till Monday at the Adolph Gramenz. home. Duncan has been in trouble several times before, and, according to testimony, had -lately made threats against' his wife, who divorced him at Ledyard and now lives at Ban croft. • Mrs. Karl Dean went to Gruver last week Tuesday to help care-for a new granddaughter, born Eastei Sunday at Wallace Brown's. Sylvia Smith and Clarence Koer ner, Rockford; were guests at K. T> White's Sunday. Miss , Smith Is Mrs. White's cousin. Edmond Wittmus, Lutheran parochial school teacher, attended a. Lutheran teachers' institute at Lu Verne last week. The W. R. Wolfes, accompanied bv Mr. Wolfe's aunt, Ellen Wolfe Whlttemore, spent Sunday at Car: Wolfe's, Klemme. Lotts Creek Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes visited Sunday at H.. H. Mittag's, Fenton. Hilda Potratz is working at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ed Kressin, who had been an Estherville hospital patient, came home one day last week, and is now recovering rapidly. Mr. and 'Mrs. August Mielke, of "Whittemore, visited the A. Kressins last week Wednesday afternoon. Evelyn Thompson, Lone Rock, visited the Mannings over Sunday. Mathilda Kressin spent the weekend with Nettie Weisbrod, Fenton student at Ames, and they mo.tored to Des Moines for Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Algona, were Lotts Creek callers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Schumacher, Whittemore, were at Frank Pompe'a Friday evening. Want Ads IFOR HOUSE Kuhn. WANTED—DRESSED CHICKENS. State's Cafe. 5u31-33 RENT.—WILLIAM 5p32 FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR rent. Call' 287. 6u32 WANTED—A LOAD OF Call Advance office. COBS.— 10g31 GIRL WANTS GENERAL HOUSE- \vork.—Call Advance. 10p32 FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. Close in. Phone 1G4.. ' Jjp32 "FOR ; Bu32 BURNISHED APARTMENT -rent. Ca.ll Advance. WANTED TO BUY — LAWN mowers.—Matt Holtzbauer. Phone G43. 9p31-34 .OST—PACKAGE WRAPPED IN rotogravure. Reward.—Call Advance. • . Sp32 SOY BEANS FOR Loren Brown, 3F31. SALE, ' $1.50 — Algona; phone 9FB32-33 SEED POTATOES, $1.25 BUSHEL up. — Potato Moines. Exchange, Des 9u30-33 OR SALE—JOHN DEERE G. P. tractor, first class condition.—S. A. Worster. 12p32 FOR SALE—FIVE USED DELCO light plants.—Bert B. Brown, Liv- You can now END ECZEMA With Dr. Erickson's wonderful new remedy. Thousands have recovered in the past few months and we guarantee it.—K. D. James. 32 LOANS On All Forms Security. , Special loan plan for purchasing milch cows. See or write C. It. LA BAKEE Algona riione 65. Iowa First door north oi Iowa State Bank 27-30 GEO, L, MILLER Building Contractor We Do All Kinds of BtJILDJIW Estimates Furnished 610 S. Dodge, Phone 753 Algona, -Iowa. ertn'ore, Iowa. 12u28tC FORnSALE^-GRADB' • GUERNSEY 1 heifer calf suitable for club work. —W. J.'Barr.-. lipFBSl WANTED—STUDENT NURSES.— ' Apply Superintendent Kossuth Hospital, Algona. . 8u29tf WANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.'—Fairmont Creamery Co., H. H. Boettcher, Rep. 10u2Stf WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm. Separate house.— Joe Lynch, Lone Rock. 12p32-33 FOR • RENT—SLEEPING ROOM; also garage. Uall ' Advance or 362-j after six o'clock. 13g22tf ROOMS AND APARTMENTS FOR rent, 30!) E. Kennedy street, tWo blocks south of new school. 14p32 SEElfco'RN FOR SALE—HIGH yielding, early maturing, both white and yellow. • Hugh Raney. 14p30-34 WANTED — FULL BLOODED Hampshire stock hog. One year or over. Jake Winkel, Phone 20F13. 13p32 PARTLY MODERN ALGONA house and two lots for sale. Terms if desired. Inquire H. E. Rist. 15p32 FOR SALE OR RENT — SLIGHT- ly used potatoe planter. — M. M. Morrow, Algona, Iowa, Phone 850 IuSUf DR. ERICKSON PRODUCED A wonderful new Eczema remedy that we guarantee.— K. D. James. 14p32 FOR SALE,— CHOICE , YELLOW Dent seed'corn, test 100, price $2. —O. E. Butterworth, Algona, phone 84. 10p31-32 FOR SALE—HAYRACK, used only 10 days. Triple wagon box, good as new, 38-ft., 3-ln. belt, — George Steil. 19p32-33 FOR SALE—ROSE COMB RHODE Island White hatching eggs. Fair prize winners.—Leona J. Ferstl, St. Benedict. 16p32 FOR SALE — HALF DOZEN SEC- ond hand lawn mowers' in first class condition.—Matt Holtzbauer. Phone 643. < 15p31-34 WILL THE PARTY WHO BOR- rowed spray pump from the S. A. Worster farm last spring return It? C.,R. Schoby. 18p32 WANTED — MIDDLEAGED WO- man for general housekeeper; family of two, modern home; no washing 1 . Phone 601. ' 17u32-33 SALE; GOLDEN KING SEED corn. Early, long kernel, and tested. Picked before frost. .$2 per bu Frank Geigle, Algona. 20p32 FOR SALE AT AUCTION—Schoof- house No. 3 in Plum Creek township. Auction will be held at schoolhouse April 24 at 2 p. m. 22p30-32 FOR SALE — REED'S YELLOW Dent seed corn, picked before the frost; priced to sell.—Phone Livermore 9F120, address John Becker, Bode, Iowa. . 22p31-33 SILVER KING AND GOLDEN King seed corn for sale. These are the two high yielding varieties for northern Iowa. — F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12, Algona. 2+p32-35 IOLEAMING SEED CORN, EARLY picked; germination test 98%; iurlty guaranteed; $2.50 bushel; heavy yielder; early maturing.—L. Laursen, Humboldt, Iowa. 22p32 WISH IN THIS WAY TO Thank my neighbors and the Algona, Ottosen, and Bode firemen for their good work ftt the tlmd of m flrO;* my farm last Thufsday.-JoBn FrU derea and Family. *W™ SEED CORN, $2.60 BU.7 yielding by test: Kossuth nnc'e, Golden King, and'... Golden Dent. 16-re-test satisfaction, guaranteed. Graded ready to plant.—A. C. Carlisle; 3-4 mile east of Whltte- more. ' 30(FB)31-34 WANTED: EXPERIENCED single girl for general housework. 'Good cook, sound heh.lthi looking for a permanent place. Age, 20 to 30. Apply In person.—Dr; S, B. Chase; Fort Dodge; phone; Walnut 2760 or Walnut 1394 tor appointment. 81-33 ip'YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy .or sell, or exchange, write tor our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWS- . • .• f. «n-.>~ »-^J.-^-.-~.— CERTIFIED OHhtm alfalfa, Seariftea Low prices, 'Snipped suWecf <ihspec tion, freight 'prepaid. Write' for club •otter, free -samples. — North Dakcltl Grimm Alfata Association, Fargo, •N, r>. cooperative organisation CARD OF APPRECIATION — WE wish by this means to attempt an expression of otic heartfelt appreciation of the kindness of "out- many friends diirlng the crushing sorrow through which we have passed In the recent .Illness and demise of our little daughter. The tender words and deeds Of sympathy and the beautiful floral offerings Were a source of much consolatlbn and comfort to us.—Mr. anfl Mrs. James J. Knoll. 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