Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE si* KOSStltH COtiNTt APVAKC& ALQ6NA. TWO CASTS IN SCHOOL PLAY ATLEDYARD Ledyard, Apr. 28 — The seniors are practicing their claws play, Bridge Burner, to be given May 7 ; 8. This is a three-act comedy, and there will be a different cast each evening, the purpose being to give each senior a leading role. The following cast will give the play May 7: Professor Minikin, preoccupied man of science, Harold Herzog; [Phoebe, servant at boarding house, Frances Norris; Bradley Cartwright, Steve's friend, Hubert Ostermann; Mary Lou Davis, might have mar- 'l-ied Steve, Mary Jane Lewis; Jimmy 'Morley, loves to tell of travels, Wll- eon Brack; Ann Bulter, who mothers men, Arlene Pringle; Olivia Somers, old-fashioned modern, Amelia Berhow; Paulino Wells, go-between from Louisiana, Gladys Berglund; Doctor Fayne, Elmer Zlelske; Steve Moody, bridge burner, Walter Miller; Oliver Du Bose, tries to bluff, Claude Reece. The May 8 cast follows: Wilson Brack, Arlene Pringle, Claude Reeco, Frances Norris, Elmer Zlelske, Mary Jane Lewis, Gladys Berglund, Amelia Borhow, Harold Heraog, Gerald Warner, Walter Miller. Kostnurant Keeper is Dead— Last week Wednesday Frank Mentor, local restaurant man, was burled at Newell. He was bom. at Fort Dodg«, March 3, 1'872, and died April 20 at the Kossuth hospital. In 18&5 ihe was married to Jessie Heacock at Newell. They were in business for several years at Sioux City, and nine years at Reclfleld. He came to Kossuth two years ago and had kept an excellent restaurant here since. Mr. Mentor was a member of the Congregational church and a graduate of Buena Vista college. He was also a member of the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges. The Rev. Ben Hollenbeck gave the funeral sermon, and the pall bearers were Elmer Avery, O. F. Samelson, E. P. Kruse, W. T. Burgett, C. C. Stanton, and George Harklns. Airs. Mentor and a da.ugOt- ter Jane live at Fort Dodge, also two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Bryant and Mrs. Nellie Knapp. A niece, Mrs. Milton Horsted, lives at Sioux City, and a nephew, Allen Bryant, at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Mentor is undecided as to how long she will continue the cafe. Aid Hostess to Other Aids— There were 100 present at the Methodist Aid's guest day. The Swea City, Grant, Lakota, and othci local aids were guests. The following program was given: prelude ; Mrs. Johnson; welcome, Mrs. Moyer song audience; trio, .Mesdames May ne, Thompson, Mayne; reading: James Logan; group singing, list and 2nd grades; solo, ilrs. Ro^ Link; rythm band, 1st and 2nd grades; glee club, Barefoot Trail vocal <luet, the Rev. and Mrs. John son; reading, Esther Junkermier cornet duet, Kenneth Thompson an Tllmer Halvorson; glee club, Happj song. Leaguers Attend Lakota Rally— A number of Ledyard people at tended an Ep worth League rally a Lakota Friday night. At 0:30 sup per was served, and a program b the Lakota-Ledyard Leagues fol lowed. Dr. W. H. Lease, Algona spoke on the coming district meet ing at the Okobojis. Attending fron here were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halvor Son, Tllmer, Alvira, and Marvel Marjorie Matzener, Rubyflo Wo mack, Kenneth Thompson, Raymond Browning, James Logan, Clifford Jenks, and the V. A. Barretts. IRVINGTON'S GIRLS'CLUB HAS PROGRAM Irvington, Apr. 2S—The Irvington girls club met Saturday afternoon with Mary Hutchlns. Sixteen members, the H. D. A., Muriel Body, and the leader, Mrs. Fred Gelgel, at:ended. Mrs. Gelgel gave a talk on, 'Sleeve problems and how to solve them." Ruth Black talked on, "How to fold ironed clothes." Bernice Jensen gave a health talk on "caring for the feet." Bffle Bgel read a poem entitled, Flag of Liberty, by Holmes. President Elsie Bgel announced that club rnembers were to have regular club uniforms this year. Music memory selections were studied and interesting instructions for the year were given by Miss 3ody. A social hour was then en- loyed and refreshments were served. The next meeting will ( be May 23 with Bernice and Gladys Jensen. Simon Onffney Body Burled— The body of Simon Gaffney ar- Ived in Algona from Saskatchewan, Canada, Monday and funeral services were held here Tuesday. Robbert Gaffney received word of his Brother's death last week Wednesday, but has learned no details. Sir mon, eldest eon of Mr. and Mrs. John Gaffney, left many years ago ind finally located In Canada. He is survived by two brothers, Robert ind John, both of Irvington, Mrs. Bradley, of N. D., and Annabelle, of lalifornia. Another sister, Mrs. Jake Maasdam, of this vicinity, died •ecently. 9. S. Class Records Now Kept— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on "Breaking the Alabaster Box," 1. in Behalf of Jesus; 2. In the Inurch; and 3, In the Home. The text was taken from Mark 14:3, and portions of the 26th chapter of Matthews and the 12th chapter of John were read. There were 85 present at Sunday school. Record books lave been purchased and are kept each Sunday by class secretaries, who have been elected. The Rev. Mr. English will preach next Sunday and give answers to questions put to him by different individuals. Elmer Banner's Brother Low— • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Danner were called to Iowa City late last week by the critical condition of John, Mr. Danner's brother, of Iowa Falls, who had a foot amputated. He has been suffering for some time with diabetes. One foot was infected, and later developed what physicians termed, "white swelling," which became so serious that the foot had to be removed. The Danners returned Monday. Aid Members Get Calendars— The Aid met last Thursday at the annex. The business meeting was opened with song- and closed with the Lord's Prayer. Holiday calendars were handed out to member.s to be used this year. Twenty-seven were served by hostesses Sumner Parsons and A. McLean. The nex meeting will be held May 7 at the annex, and Mrs. O. Miller and Mrs Morris Parsons will be hostesses. day. Little hope was held out for Mrs. Jtflller's recovery. Mrs. Miller Is Mr. Parks' aunt. Stru.- W. V. Jonklnson Improving-^ Mrs. ,T. F. Schoby, Algona, spent last Thursday with Mrs. W.' F. Jenktnson. The latter has recovered sufflcently from recent strokes to get a.bout the 'house a little. She was even taken for an automobile ride one day last week. Her right hand remains numb. Mrs. Applegnte's School. Closed— Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corwlth, called on relatives and old friends here Saturday. She closed an 8- months term of school Friday. Her school was between Corwith and St, Benedict, nnd a picnic dinner marked the closing. Fernley Runchcy 22; Party- Mrs. William Runchey entertained ten couple Friday .evening, April 10, In honor of 'her son Fernley'a 22nd birthday. Most of the guests' were Algona Bpworth Leaguers. Other South Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanlels, Sioux Rapids, were visitors last | week Wednesday evening at the D. D. Sparks home, and Mrs, Nellie rown, of Boone, went home with icm for a visit till Sunday. Mrs. Jrown had been here four weeks, elping her daughter, Mrs. Sparks. Mildred Grrber came home last hursday evening, after .a week '1th her sister, Mrs. Samuel Mog- ir, West Bend, who was unable to •alk two days because of a stitch n her back. Several persons from this vicinity ttended the funeral Sunday of Mrs. Herman 'Baas at the Whlttemore utheran church. Mrs. Baas was the other of Mrs. Lelond R. Wildln. Mrs. Frank Huldeman clerked at ie Clark grocery • store at Algona londa.y while her mother, Mrs. R. Clark, visited another daughter, Irs. Charles Reaper. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabln visited he former's aunt, Mrs. F. D. Soloman, Spencer, Sunday evening at Irs. Stella Sabln's, Algonar The Orville Varners returned to Ceokuk early last week, after four ays with Mrs. Varner's parents, Ir. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter. James Hood, Waconda, S. D., ar- Ived last Thursday evening and was guest at Louis Wlldin's till Sun- By Everett t* Harris, Deputy.' Pennlngfrdth and Holmes, ' . Plaintiff's Attorneys. ' 33-34 SOTICE OF Sttfiftlf'ra SALE STATE Off IOWA, KOSSfJTH COUNTY. SS- Notlce Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossu'.h county,.Iowa, on a judgment rendered In . said Court on the 14th day of March, 1931, In favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, nnd against Edwin H. Staley, and the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Thirtyfour (34) Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of. the Fifth P. M'., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendants, for the sum of Fourteen Thousand One Hundred Slxty^three and 68/100 ($14,163.68) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Ninety-Nine and 99/100 ($199.99) Dollars and accru- ng costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property ae the property of the said Edwin H. Staley, and Lucy E. Staley, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The FOR SALE: BROOD SOWS. Blumer •Bros., Lu Verne. 10p33 Party for Prank Thorntons— A farewell party was given las! week Wednesday evening in honoi of the Frank Thorntons, who moved to Emmetsburg Thursday. The party was given at the Thornton home and a large number attended. Stringed Instruments Class Formed V. A. Barrett, music instructor, has started a large class of stringed instruments; cello, Kenneth Thompson; bass viol, Lydia Logeman; violins, Mildred Vaughn, Ella Goetz, Esther Junkermier, Marvel Drew, Vernon Lepper, Ernm Barslow, Wlnnifred Friday, and Chrystal Berglund. Three Grades Give Program— A program by the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, assisted by the band, last Thursday was well given, and a large crowd attended. Basket {{all Bunqcm Planned— The mothers of the basketball and baseball boys met Friday night with 'Mrs. George Thompson to decide on a banquet. Eastern Stars Initiate Member— Janice Williams was initiated into the Eastern Stars at Swea City last Thursday. Teacher Going to LKHIB Rook— Floy Jones, local teacher, goes to Lone Rock a.s home teacher next year. economics Juniors (o KnU-rtain Seniors— The juniors are preparing for the annual junior-senior this week Saturday. bamiuet Other Ledyard. Most of the faculty for the coming year has been contracted. Supt. Xiauritzen returns; also Hurold Granner, mathematics; V. A. Barrett, principal, band, orchestra; Janice Williams, English; grades: Barbara Wylam and Mrs. Barrett. Gladys Nolan, Bode teacher, will teach commercial and home economies; Miss Granner, 1'utun, 3rd and -1th grades; Miss Randall, 2nd grade and violin. The first grade is undecided. Rose Quam spent the week-end at Blue Earth, visiting friends, ami Sunday they took her to Fairmont to hear at. O'.afs Lutheran choir, She attended this college and so renewed old acquaintanceships. James Mayne Sr. is under the care of Doctor Dcvine, and little James Mayne has a severe case o chickenpox. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mey er, LakoUi, April 24, a daughter Mrs. Meyer is well known here a Elnora Blome. Supt. Luurltzen spent the week end at Algona with his wife and son at the. home of Mrs. Laurlt zen's sister, Mrs. Pool The V. A. Barretts spent Sundaj at the parental Ohas. A. Raney home at Liverrnore. The American government class we,nt to Blue Earth Monday to visit court again. The woman's Farm Bureau Auxiliary meets this week Friday at Julia Wortman's, Lakota. Miss Jones, Bertha Nitz, Anita Gelhaus, and Alice Moulton, were at Vermont Saturday. 1'lione Line 3s T o. tl Repaired— Earl Miller spent Monday repair ng telephone line No. 9. The line has been out of order since the elec trical storm a week ago Saturday It is reported that lightning severed the line in two places. Woman Breaks Collar Bone— Mrs. Dick Skilling is suffering from a broken collar bone receive* one day last week when she slippe« on snow in the yard and fell. Other Irvington News. Elsie Egel, sister Effie, and Wil fred Coleman were dinner guests o Edith Curran at the A. Butterfleli home Sunday. The A. Butterfield: and daughter, Mre. Tony Sorenson ivere Clarion visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johnson lef last week for Battle Creek, Mich to visit their son Godfrey for a few days. They plan to return the fore part of this week. Twenty-one rnembers of the Sta class enjoyed a wiener roast at th William Boldridge home Friday evening. The evening was spen playing games. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley'wen Sunday visitors at Emmetsburg Mrs. Charles Sankey and Marjori Riley visited relatives in Lu Verne Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robison were Sunday visitors with Mr. an< Mrs. Dan Schulz nnd Mr. and Mrs Percy Philp near Kanawha. Mrs. Charleti Armstrong, Liver more, is reported ill with Malaria fever, from which she also suffers a year ago. Mrs. Thomas Coleman spent las week with her daughter, Mrs. Rob ert Buckley, at Ogden. She returne Sunday. * MOTHERS' DAY TO BE OBSERVED B If CRESCO M-D CLUB South Cresco, Apr. 28 — Th Mothers nnd Daughters club m lust Thursday with Mrs. E. C. Potte and roll call was answered wit "What the Club Means to Me." talk wus given by Mj-s. E. J. Ra\ ^on on her visit last year to th Holy Land. The next meeting wi be held ut Mrs. F. L. Miller's Ma 7, and the hostess invites niothei of members to attend. A Mother Jay program is being prepared b Mrs. W. L. Martin and M. L. Du ton. Mrs. Addie Gingrich and Mr Laurence Olson, nee Mabel Theli are new club members. Meinbei are to take a covered dish to meeting of the county federatio May 5 at Lu Verne. Auut of Fred Parks Low— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks too Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, of T tonka, to Iowa City a week ag Saturday, returning the next da' Mrs. Miller underwent an operatic and has been critically sick. Mr Parks was called back last wee Wednesday and remained till FT ship Ninety-seven (97), North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth P. 'M,, 'Kosaiith county, Iowa; and'i will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may >e necessary to- satisfy 'iWd execution, with costs and accruing costs, lit public auction, to the highest jldder, for cash In tiand, on the 20th day of May, 1931, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the .undersigned. Dated this 20th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Koesuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Pennlngroth & Holmes, Plaintiff's Attorneys. . 32-33 ay afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Wil- Vlgona, called at {Mrs. Edw. in's last Thursday evening. •Mrs. J. H. Fraser entertained her nother, Mrs. Eva Germann, of St. Benedict, part of last week. Hazel Potter, of the Kossuth bounty State bank, spent last Thurs- lay at Mason City. Kathleen McTigue, Algona, is lelping with the housework at the 3. D. Sparks home. The Ed Jorgensens, Algona, re- ently moved to the F. A. Corey arm. Mrs. Laurence Olson spent Friday with relatives at Fort Dodge. Farmers' Directory LARGEST and best equipped White Leghorn Farm in northern Iowa. Large 5 and 6-lb. hens matec to Tancred pedigreed cockerels. Big boded chicks that will live. Prices very leaviea. Custom hatching—goose duck, turkey, and hen eggs. HAMILTON LEGHORN FARM AND HATCHERY One mile west and one mile south ol Ilancroft, Iowa Brown's Chick Hatchery. CUSTOM HATCHING. WE hatefc chicks, turkeys, ducks and geese Not so large but that we can give attention to hatching your bes' stock carefully. Also sell baby chicks. Our sixth year. Old lo cation. Old friends and new ones are welcome. Phone 321, Algona. FOR RENT — FURNISHED light ousekecplng rooms, Phone 99. 10p83 "OUN0 — PURSE CONTAINIINO money. Call 614 E. Call. Jos. Schaben. 10u33 Northwest Quarter Section Thirty-four (NWU) of (34), Town- FOR SALE—FIVE USED DELCO light plants.—Bert B. Brown, LIv- rmore, Iowa. V 12uZ8tf FOR SALE—GRADE GUERNSEY heifer calf suitable for club work. —W. J. Barr. 12pFB31 FURNISHED APARTMENT ON ground floor for rent. Mrs. Horense Forgtjiibiv . 10u34. WANTED—STUDENT NURSES.— Apply Superintendent Koseuth. Hospital, Algona. 8u23tf VANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.-tFalrmont Creamery Co., H. H. Boettcher, Rep. J.0u25tf HORSES, MULES, SHEEP, AND dogs sheared. Phone or write rteyer Bros., Rlngsted. 13u33 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. : Notice Is hereby given that by virtue Of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day of April, 1931, in favor of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Ida M. Anderson and Ringsted National Farm Loan Association, of Ringsted, Iowa, as defendants, for the sum of Eleven Thousand Two Hundred Twenty- two and 38/100 ($11,222.38) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Seventy-One and 66/100 ($171.66) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real propsrty as the property of the said Ida M. Anderson and Ringsted National Farm Loan Association, of Ringsted, Iowa, and W. C. Pyle, Receiver of the First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Eleven (11) in Township Ninety-Seven (97) North, of Range Twenty-Nine (29) West of the Fifth P. M. containing 160 acres more or less, all in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 15th day of May, 1931, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of K o'clock a. m., of said day, when anc where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 16th day of April, 1931 L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy ARTHUR SMITH, Emmetsburg, Iowa, Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON MAY chicks. Tancred strain S C. W. Leghorn chicks, $6.50 per 100. Custom .hatching, $2.25 per • 100 eggs. Rush your order. 2 1 /™ miles south, one mile went of Lone Rock.— Krause Poultry Farm & Hatchery, Lone Rock, Iowa, Phone 412. Legals NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 7th day of April, 1931, in favor of The Equitable' Life Assurance Society of the United States as plaintiff, and against Earl M Toothman and Carrie M. Toothman, as defendants, for the sum of Seventeen Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-six and 67/100 ($17,476.67) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Thirty and 32/100 ($230.32) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Earl M. Toothman and Carrie M. Toothman, A. L. Peterson, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Northwest fractional Quarter and the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (except commencing 22 feet, North of the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, thence South 22 feet, thence east 22 feet, thence Northwesterly to place of beginning) and commencing 22 feet West of the Northeast corner of the Southwest Quarter, running thence East 22 feet, thence South 22 feet, thence Northwesterly to polnl of beginning, all in Section Thirty- one (31), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, of Range Twenty-eighl (28) West of the Fifth P M. Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much there6f as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 7th day of May, 1931, at the east door of the Courl House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 3,0 o'clock a m., ol said day, when, and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Datefl this 8th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVBY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION SIX THOUSAND THIRTY-THREE (6033) CODE, 1927, AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY-ONE (1S1) OF THE LAWS OF THE FORTY-THIRD GENERAL ASSEMBLY RELATING TO INTEREST AND PENALTY ON SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: SECTION 1. Section six thousand thirty-three (6033) code, 1927, is amended by striking the period (.) after the word "taxes" in line fifteen (15) thereof and Inserting in lieu thereof the following: ', and when collected the sale interest and penalties shall be credited to the same fund as the said special assessment." SEC. 2. This act being deemed of immediate importance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication in the Fonda Times a newspaper published in Fonda Iowa, and the Kossuth County Ad vance, a newspaper published in Al gona, Iowa. FRANCIS JOHNSON, Speaker of the House ARCH W. McFARLANE, President of the Senate I hereby certify that this Bill or iginated In the House and is known as House File No. 37. SAM C. RAGAN, Chief Clerk of the House Approved April 25, 1931. DAN W. TURNER, Governor. NOTICE OF 1'ROBATE OF WILL No. 3505. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss In District Court, March term 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that a: instrument of writing purporting t be the last Will and Testament o Rosie Doleschal, deceased, date March 19, 1929, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 29t day of May, 1931, is fixed fo hearing proof of same at the Cour House In Algona, Iowa, before th District Court of said County or th Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'cloc a. m. of the day above mentionec all persons interested are hereby no tlfied and required to appear an show cause, if any they have, wh said Instrument should not be pro bated and allowed as and for th last Will and Testament of aald de ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 2' 1031. CLARK ORTON, Glerk of District Cour By CLARA RBYNQ-Lpg, Deputy Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan,. Attorneys. ' ' 8?-8 WANTED—DRESSED CHICKENS. State's Cafe. 5U31-33 'OR SALE — TAME HAY. JOHN Gerber, Algona. 7P 3 j> VANTEP TO BUY — LAWN mowers,—Matt Holtzbauer. Phone 643. 9p31-34 'OR' SALE — TIMOTHY AND clover hay, $7.00. M. L. McEnroe. flp33-34 OY~ BEANS" FOR" "s ALB"$ 1,5 o.— Loren Brown, Algona; phone P31. 9FB32-33 BED POTATOES, $1.25 BUSHEL up. — Potato- Exchange, Dea Mines. 9u3"0-33 ELLOW SEED CORN FOR sale; also white. Ear-tested. — E. :. Mawdsley, Algona. 12FB33 WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm. Separate house.— oe Lynch, Lone Rock. 12p32-33 MODERN APARTMENT FuR two furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. R, , Padgett, 30,1 S. Dodge. 13p33 SEED CORN FOR SALE—HIGH yielding, early maturing, both vhlte and yel'.ow. Hugh Raney. 14p30-34 FOR SALE OR RENT — SLIGHT- ly used potatoe planter.—M. M Morrow, Algona, Iowa, Phone 850 14u3ttf WANTED — CATTLE TO pasture. Lots of feed, shade, and water, iugh Raney, Phone 15F21, Algona. lli5fb33-34 A FEW SNAPS—IN SECOND hand washing machines, ranges, and awn mowers. Kohlhaas Hardware. 14u33 DSTRAY NOTICE — ONE Hampshire sow, weight about 225 rounds. D. P. Moore, Phone 20F5. 14p33 FOR SALE—HAYRACK, used only 10 days. Triple wagon box, good is new, 38-ft., 3-in. belt. — George tell. 19p32-33 NOTICE TO MY CUSTOMERS— You will find me permanently located with Shilts Bros.—E. J. Hartshorn. 15p32 i''OR SALE — ROUND OAK range In number one condition. A bar rain, .if taken at once. M. J. Pool 823 E. State. 20u33 2,000 RECOVERED IN 4 MONTHS with Erickson's wonderful new Eczema remedy and we sell it on a uarantee.—K. D. James. 21p33 FOR SALE — HALF DOZEN SEC ond hand lawn mowers In first :lass condition.—Matt Holtzbauer. Phone 643. . 15p31-34 HAVE/TWO FINE LOTS IN TER- race Park, Okoboji, for. sale or trade. Anyone interested write Lock Box 122, Algona. 15g31tf FOR SALE—YEARLING Shorthorn bull with pedigree.—Wm. Greenfield, 2 Mi miles south of Rich Point and % mile east. 18p33 FOR SALE— MANCHU SOY beans. Purity 99%; germination 95%; $1.7'5 bushel at farm. One an4 one- half mile north of Corwith. A. E. Mullins. 23p33-34-35 NEW ITEMS NOW AT GAMBLE Stores. Household Enamels—Linoleum Lacquer — Universal Seat Covers — Rubber Belting — Cattle Spray, etc. 18-33 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. 24p32-35 WANTED — SINGLE MAN FOR farm work and tractor operator. Best pay for active, willing workers only. Apply personally at farm near Algona v Inquire Advance. 24p33 SEED CORN FOR SALE — BOTH white and yellow. Test 96 to 100%. Subject to retest. High yielding and early maturing. $2 per bushel. Hugh Raney, Phone 15F21, Algona. 27fb33-34 SEED CORN, $1.95 BU. BALANCE of Golden King, Kossuth Reli ance $2.25, highest ylelder in coun ty test plots 1930; shelled and grad ed, bags free.—A. C. Carlisle, 3/4 mile east of Whlttemore, phone 91F4. ' 30FB33-34 Big Bodied Egg Bred WHITE LEGHORN C H I CK.S More than 75 per cent of our sales aro to old customers. Fifteen j*ears breeding 'for produce tlon-and elze. VoU will want some of these chicks from our specially selected breeders mated to males from hens with record of 250 to 280 eggs In one year and sired by 290 to 330-ogg males. You will make no mistake In placing your order with us, and you will find our prices right. Special on heavies. Discount on supplies of all kinds. . Hamilton's One mile west and 1 mile south Bancroft, Iowa. BUSINESS TWO WOMEN OR TWO 'MEN from 20 to 35 years of age to travel with crew. Experience unnecces- sary. Best chance to see the coun try and make money. See Mr. Crock er between 7 and S, evenings. 502 State Street, Algona. 39p33 WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al- sona print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they could hire three or four more print ers to earn and spend their money here. 4511 WANTED: EXPERIENCED single girl for general housework. Gooc cook, sound health, looking for a permanent place. Age, 20 to so. Ap ply in person.-—Dr. S. B. Chase Fort Dodge; phone: Walnut 2760 01 Walnut 1394 for appointment. 31-3 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 NEWS PAPERS INC., 214 Royal Union Bldg., Pea Mwnes, Iowa. gr32tl JUST CLOSED A DEAL WITH the U. S. Rubber Co. for 1400 pairs of tennis shoes. They are the Gladia torn double soled "Keds", worth from $1.35 to $1.75, all sizes. Our price will be 69c a pair. Th,e ship ment will be here the last 'of tbls week or the first of next.—Jimrnle Neville, The Shoe Man, Algona, 68u33 BANCROFT, IOWA Bursting Across the World Horizon Like Creation's Unlocked Fury. "Birth of a Nation" ... "Four Horsemen" ... Screen giants of the ages, dwarfed before "Cimarron's" towering might as dawn of a new day thunders across dramatic heavens! "Citnarron" SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY 2-3-4 Edna Ferber's rampaging epic of love and empire —With— RICHARD DIX-IRENE DUNNE-ESTELLE TAYLOR and Forty Thousand Others. DRAMA THAT WILL ROCK THE WORLD! The Oklahoma run! Glamour and splendor! Courage and valor! Romance and tragedy! Crowded into blazing days of battle and nights of love and adventure! A panorama of days when giant forces shook the earth as civilization was born from a wanton frontier! OUTSTANDING ADVANTAGES OF A DEXTER WASHING MACHINE v <s 1. Rubber Cushioned Tub. 2. Forever Knock Proof 3. 214-in. Balloon Rolls. 4. Absolute Safety for . Garments. t , 5. Superfast Washing Action. 6. Oversize Motor. 7. Bronze Bearings. 3. No Washer made requires less oiling than Dexter Speedex. We have^a very complete line of lawn mowers, grass catchers, garden, hose, sprays, etc. Famous Ferry Garden Seeds—Garden Rakes— Hoes Cultivators. Poultry Supplies—Waterers—Feeders — Brooders Coops, Etc. Nelson Hardware PHONE 274 ALGONA, IOWA for baking powder is the - — ^^^^^^^"•"^•^•^••••1 Ust KCBafcin- Powder th* nut tin* you bile. -nJ iud,. ill quVlily f J rtiulli. You will find a, trt b iwi MI -purer or more efficient, IT'S DOUBLE ACTING OUNCES r 25 ountff far MILLIONS Of POUNDS USID BAKING POWDER Weekly New spa p o ; p ;j •»*«<>. M S coo n a2| ecember 31, 1 808 " "' at Algona. io\v a ' " " 2, • — nSSl '. B. QuIrTo^-~1 QUAllTOfl Law Phones: office 427 , a. i Attorncy-at I )fffcl f ' C6h 10Wa Ste '«'S Jttlce phono 4fio.w L, *'• P. Harrington "hone* B.J. VAN NESS 0,W,'| Lawyeri Office over i owa sti — 213-W. •hone a. D. Shumway 8HUMWAT | Kl Attorncyi Office In Phone 58. Bv OUR Phnnea: • HI. Me, Sullivan Attorni Attorney-at-ij. I Office In Qulnby Bt Phone 180, POCTOBT KENEFICKTcBAW M. J. Keneflck R " Physicians and Surg, Offices: Algona Hospital; Residence Phone,! Kenetlck, 57. ™* c. H. Physician and rm Offlce In John Galbraltll •honce: Office 310, res, ( WALTEll FBA8EM Physician and Surgi Office in Quinby Bldg,, , Phone No. 12, DH. W. D. AN, •xteopntlilc Physician mil Bye, Ear, Nose, and' X-ray. Office over Hub Reoret "•hones: Office, 187; rei — P. V. JAKSK, H.I Physician and Snrj Office on South Dodge) Phones: Office, 666; res Algona, Iowa. CHIBOriUCTOJ DH. 11. .1. TIIISSE! Palmer Graduate Chin. Thirteen year's successful] Office over State's ( VETERINARY! 1. >V. FOX Veterinarian Weet State Street, i 'hones: Office 475-W.,r WILDING CONTRld COW AX 4 80S General Contract pstlmates Furnish 'hones: Business, 639-J;| GE01UJE I. MILll General OoiitradtfJ Estimates furnls 010 S. Dodge. Algona, Ifcj MACHINISTS! NOHTOJf MACHIKB 1 Machinists and Service stocS on Piston I and Bearing!. West of Courthouse. PBODUCE SWIFT Is COMPi Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, and B Matt Lamuth, Mp.| Phone 264,_ KOSSCTH COBNT1 IN8UHANCE ASSO 3ver $15,000,000 worth ol in force. A home comp* •ecure. J. 0. Pa«W I THE AIGONA W8" AGENCI- B. la Barre A 1 M Reliable Ins. I phone 65,- 0. City Property .Loans, Insurance. K 64 ; CUNNINGHAM * 107 W. State St, Al JOE GBEEKBBMJ New and used AutoF Tlrea and Access'' Hides, Fur and Algona,"""" MODBUNE Phone 68, Frederick Vita-Tonic P«Jj Finger Waves and W* All other beauty Stomach Tr Headache! jvr *w J v -: &^^sm.

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