Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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KOSSUTH COUNT? APVAdCB. At/IONA. IOWA interest shall be deemed to FAOE BIX END ECZEMA •. W« guarantee Dr. Erlckaon'e wonderful new, eczema remedy for the moat severe cases. Thousands recovered. — K. D. James. 34 ONE DOSE GERMAN REMEDY ENDS GAS "I was elck and nervous with Indigestion and stomach gas. One dose of Adlerika helped. I eat anything now and sleep good."—Henry Dodd. You can't get rid of indigestion or gas by just doctoring the stomach. For gas stays in the .upper bowel. Adlerica reaches BOTH upper and lower bowel, washing out poisons which cause gas, nervousness and qad sleep. Get Adlerika today; by tomorrow you feel the wonderful effect of this German Doctor's remedy. E. W. Lusby, Druggist. —1 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 nt once. No delay. WES TERN CREDIT CO. Phone 55, Algona, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. BIRTHDAYS OF BURT CHILDREN ARE OBSERVED Burt, May 5 — The birthdays of Gladys and Gerald Brace were honored at Gerald Brace's last week Wednesday evening. The guests were the Wayne Manns, Harry Putzes, Ira Hansens, Lance Rlebhoffs, G. R. Hawcotts, and Howard Sallsburys, also S. E. Straley, Fenton. They gave Gladys a necklace and Gerald a bill fold. F. B. Women Will Meet— Burt township's Farm (Bureau women will meet, next week Wed nesday at Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg's, and the program will consist of: roll call slogan suggestions for posters ana the Achievement day booth; community singing; Common Bugs and Butterflies, Mrs. P. F. Krlethe; recreation. 1'. P. Societies In Joint Party— Between 40 and 50 young people attended a. party at the Methodist church Friday evening at which the Christian Endeavor and sortie of the Lutheran young people were guests. A short program and games made up the entertainment, and a two- course luncheon was served. YOU SAVE IN BUYING KC Militiamen Guard $50,000 Contest Mail day filed, onened and read, the 29th day of May, 1981, to fixed tot learlng proof of same at ihe Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby ho- Bulbs and Perennials Sold— The Presbyterian women conducted a sale of perennials and bulbs at the Smith store Saturday. The plants were donated by local women, and the proceeds will go towards beautifying the grounds of the Presbyterian church and parsonage. Pastor's Birthday Is Observed— A. N. Clifton, Nora Springs, his daughter Madge, and C. C. Clifton, of Thompson, spent Sunday at the Rev. J. B. Clifton's. A. N. and C. C. are brothers of Pastor Clifton, and they came to help him celebrate a birthday. i HE thousands of letters received In the |50,000 Camel cigarette contest, advertised In newspapers from coast to coast, were guarded In the same manner as huge gold shipments. Photograph shows contest mail being loaded Into an armored truck at the Winston-Salem, N. C., postofflce under guard for transportation to the offices of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Charles Dana Gibson, noted artist and publisher of Life, Long, president of Internation- al Magazine Company and Editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Roy Howard, chairman of the board of the Scrippa-Howard newspapers, were Judges of the contest which called for answers to the question, "What recent change has been made in the wrapping of the Camel package containing twenty cigarettes and what are its advantages to the smoker?" The huge response to the contest announcements proved anew the great responsiveness of the public to newspaper" advertising. tlfled and required to appear show cause, If any tHey have, and why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Bated at Algona, Iowa, April 27, 1931. CIM.RK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, ferred". Sec. 2. Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Attorneys. 33-36 Juniors to Banquet Seniors— The first of the commencement events will take place this week Friday evening, when the juniors will banquet the seniors at the Presbyterian church. There are 211 members in this year's graduating class. >• POWDER You save in using KC. Use LESS than of high priced brands. Dental Clinic is Conducted— Dr. R. H. Thompson conducted a dental clinic for school children Tuesday. The doctor will attend a state dental convention at Des Moines this week Wednesday and Thursday. Picnic nt the State Park- Eleanor Vogel entertained 15 seventh and eighth grade girls at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Saturday. The freshmen had a picnic at the river Saturday. IT'S.DOUBLE ACTING MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT Brother of J. T. Graham Sick— Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick took Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graham, Algona, to Webster City Sunday to see a brother of Mr. Graham, who is critically sick. Burt Nine Loses to L. R.— A ball game between Burt and Lone Rock at Lone Rock Friday resulted In a 7-6 victory for Lone Rock. NOTHING SO GOOI) TO SWIFTLY STOP FIERY ECZEMA At Small Cost. Here's a , powerful Oil—An antiseptic oil'and a highly concentrated oil that you can depend on to put to flight the. n>ost obstinate case of Eczema. , If thru some miracle it should happen to fail any re.al druggist will hand you back your money—freely. And only 85 cents for a generous bottle of Emerald Oil that will last a long time. Note—Being such an effective antiseptic remedy Moone's Emerald Oil is much used and with splendid results for Varicose Ulcers, Skin Hurt In Motorcycle Spill— Glenn Bates and William Marlow had a motorcycle accident Sunday in which Bates had a knee Injured. 4-H Girls Hold Bake Sale— The Portland Peppy Pals, 4-H girls club, held a bake sale at the cream station Saturday afternoon. spent the week-end with Albert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Sewick. The Mothers' Jewels held their annual mite-box opening at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon. The Aid will meet this -week Wednesday at Mrs. F. O. Stow's; Mrs. J. G. Sewick, assisting hostess. Mrs. Ida Anderson was called to Hartley last Friday by the death of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Henry Linder. Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff and son Ray and Clara Shaw were Fort Dodge visitors last week Tuesday. •Mrs. G. C. Allen entertained her Sunday school class of small boys at her home Friday afternoon. O. G. Stow attended an Aluminum Cooking Utensil company meeting at Fort Dodge Saturday. The Lee restaurant and Wholen barber shop were both given a fresh coat of paint last week. Estel Trainer, Wilmar, Minn., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer, Sunday. C. F. Whalen, M. M. Chipman, and Robert Ackerman fished at Tuttle Lake Sunday. William Neet, Graettinger, visited Friday at A. N. Jensen's. He is Mrs. Jensen's brother. Virgil and Clarance Schrader went to Milwaukee Friday for a week with relatives. The Nick Behrends family, Lakota, were Sunday guests at Jesse Dugan's. Mrs. Donald Weir entertained the Sewing Circle last Thursday afternoon. . Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow visited here a few weeks. She Is a granddaughter of the Berens. H. S. Seniors Present Piny— "Alabama Bound" was the name of the senior class play of Bancroft high school which was presented to crowds Thursday and Friday nights at the high school auditorium. The 12 seniors took part in this play. A. H. Fuclis Is Home— A. H. Fuchs returned Thursday from Rochester, where he spent the past ten days going through the clinic. Mr. Fuchs owns and operates the Fuchs hardware and undertaking establishment here. John Schlltz Visits Mother- Mr, and Mrs. John Schiltz, Des ORDINANCE NO. 228. AN OBDINANCE PROVIDING THAT IT SHALL BE UNLAWFUL FOR THE OPERATOR OF A VEHICLE TO TURN SUCH VEHICLE SO AS TO PROCEED IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION AT THE INTERSECTION OF CERT AIN DESIGNATED STREETS IN THE INCORPORATED LIMITS OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND PRE- 'SCRIBING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That It shall be unlawful .for the operator of any vehicle to turn such vehicle so as to proceed In the opposite direction or make a complete or "U" turn at the Intersection of State Street and Moore Street, or at the Intersection of Dodge Street and State Street, or at the Intersection of Thorlngton Street and State Street within the Incorporated limits of the City of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa. , Section Two. Anyone violating .any of the provisions of this ordinance, shall upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not to exceed Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00), or by imprisonment not to exceed five (5) days In jail. Section Three. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by .law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of April, 1931. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of.the City of Algona, 'iowa. • Approved by me this 30th day of April, 1931. * C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. been intended W take effect In possession or, enjoyment at death, pro* vlded, that If the transferor reserves to himself less than the entire Income or Interest, the transfer shall be deemed taxable thereunder only to the extent of a like proportion of | the value of the property trans* „„,. .. That section seventy- three hundred eight (7308) of the code of Iowa 1927, be and the name is hereby amended by striking all of paragraph one (1) of said sect on and substituting In lieu thereof the following: ,.. "When the entire estate of the decedent does not exceed the sum of one thousand dollars after deducting the debts, as defined In this act," and by striking all of paragraphs two (2). and three (3) thereof and substituting in lieu thereof excess ot two hundred'thousand dot* lafs arid Up td three ^undred thousand dollar*.',.' *.''-, „• "fen per 1 cent on, all tamuM excess ot three hundred thousand dollars/ '" s . »3—When the property" ot any In* terest therein ,or Income therefrom< ble ! under the, provisions ot chapter, three hundred titty•icifie (851), ,ot the code, of io^a 1927, passes to any persQn riot Included In paragraphs one and two 1 hereof, the rate of tax imposed on the Individual share so passing shall be as fol- the following: When the property passes In Moines, and three children visited his mother, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Schiltz is connected with the Cownie Fur company at Des Moines. Miller Girls Enjoy Visit- Florence and Margaret Miller visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller, at Lu Verne Saturday Their niece, Jeanne Stauffacher, returned with them and visited here several days. 34 Burt F. B. to Meet Soon— The Burl township Farm Bureau is scheduled to hold its next meeting at Geo. C. Hanna's May 15. Muxlne Jensen Is 5; Party— Maxine Jensen celebrated her 5th birthday Friday by entertaining little friends 'at a party. Moycr Bube Has Pneumonia— The baby daughter of Mr. and Blemishes, Itching Acne and Psoriasis, that Athletes Foot Skin, Pimples, Remember also is caused by germs which gerrnicidal Emerald Oil kills, then the itching of feet and toes stops and feet are healthy again. Complete directions with each bottle. —6 the L. Roetmans at Dolliver Sunday. The Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. George Carroll's. Mrs. Ray McWhorter is confined to her bed by sickness. 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. FAJBJCE&8> BLEVATOB HOBARTON Ju, Elder Jr, Phone I8F1. CO. Mrs. Charles . Moyer has been sick with pneumonia. Other Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Hable, Siren, Wis., and Austin Jackson, Marshall, Minn., were calling on Burt friends Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hable and Mr. Jackson are daughter and son of the Mrs. Jackson who lived in Burt a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs.'.J.-T. Crawford, of Webster City, spent the week-end at J. H. Graham's. Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Ingel the H. F. Grahams, all of Des Moines, the O. H. Grahams, Fenton, and Paul MacAuley were Sunday dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baum and baby returned to their home at Wlnona, Minn., the first of last week after spending a couple of weeks at the Irwin Schwietert home. Mr. Baum is Mrs. Schwle- terts brother. Marcella, daughter of the B. W. Brookes, has been chosen to play a leading part in the junior class play ot the Ontario, Calif., high school, which she la attending. There are over 400 in her class. Little Warren Barrlckman spent last week with his aunt, Mrs. W. T. Peters. Doctor and Mrs. Peters took him home Sunday and visited the Charles Barrickmana. Mrs. Marion Chipman aru ; her daughter Jo Ann visited from last Thursday till Sunday with relatives at Garner. The Mllo Browns brought her back. Mr and Mrs. R. E. Timmel, Bruce i Clifton, Myron Chipman, Vera Chipman, and Marguerite Elliot attended a concert at Mason City last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings took Mrs. Matilda Ward to Buffalo Center Sunday to visit a eon. She had made an extended visit at the Giddings home. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Staley and L. O. Bush went to Aurora, 111., Thursday to visit Mr. Stal^y's brother, O. N. Staley, who Is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Elmore, Minn., and Banker F. E, Rubey were Sunday dinner guests at Banker J. T. Heaney's. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Nordin have moved into rooms at John Dettman's, and Mrs. Nordin is working at the Sewick cafe. The Rev. J. E. Clifton spent several days last week in Algpna assisting with a drive for the Wesley Foundation work. Marie Mendenhall, Mason City teacher, spent the week-end with Ruth Hodgson, college friend at Coe some years ago. The Albert Sewicke, Rock Valley, FIRE DESTROYS BARN AND CRIB NEAR BANCROFT Bancroft, May 5 — Fire of unknown origin completely destroyed the large barn and corn crib on Pat Mulligan's farm on the pavement a mile south of here Friday morning Return from Buying Mr. and' Mrs. A. W. Kennedy and Corrine Nemmers returned last week Wednesday evening from Minneapolis, where they were buying for Kennedy Bros. Department Store. Attend District B. T. P. U. Mcot— Helen Bryden, Ruth Hallett, Lena Bennett, Clifford Ringsdorf, and Marvin Burgess attended the district meeting of the B. Y. P. U. at Fort Dodge Saturday and Sunday.- 1 Peggy Bettering 8; Party— Peggy, oldest-daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. A. H. Deltering, celebrated her eighth birthday Saturday by entertaining eight friends. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. . Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution di- recte.d 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 afc 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 any manner to eocietles, institutions or associations incorporated or organized under the laws of this state for charitable, educational, or religious purposes, arid which are not operated for pecuniary profit, or to cemetery associations, Including humane societies or to resident trustees for such uses within this state . Sec. 3. That In computing the tax on the net estate passing to the surviving spouse, heirs or beneficiaries of the deceased the .following credits or exemptions shall be allowed: l_Wlfe, forty thousand dollars. 2—Husband, forty thousand dollars. 3—Each son and/or daughter including legally adopted sons and/or daughters, or illegitimate sons and/or daughters entitled to Inherit under the law of this state fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00). 4—Father or mother, ten thousand dollars. 5—Any other lineal descendant of the deceased, five thousand dollars. Sec. 4. That Section seventy- three hundred thirteen (7313) of -the code of Iowa 1927, bo and the same is hereby amended to read as follows : "The property or any interest therein or income therefrom, subject to the provisions of chapter three hundred fifty-one (351) of the code of Iowa 1927, shall be taxed as herein provided: "1—when such property, interest, husband of the deceased, grantor, donor, or vendor, or to the father or mother, or to any child or lineal descendant of such decedent, grantor, donor or vendor, Including a legally adopted child or illegitimate child entitled to inherit under the laws of this state, the tax imposed shall be on the individual share so passing In excess of the exemptions herein allowed and shall be as follows: "One per cent on the first ten thousand dollars. "Two per cent on any amount In excess of ten thousand dollars and up to twenty-five thousand dollars. "Three per cent on any amount In excess of twenty-five thousand dollars and up to fifty thousand dollars. lows: , "Ten per pent on any amount up to one hundred thousand dollars, ; "Twelve per cent on any amount in excess of one hundred thousand dollars and up to two hundred thousand dollars. "Fifteen per '. cent on all sums In excess of two hundred thousand dollars. »4_When the property or any Interest therein or Income therefrom, taxable under chapter three the provisions of hundred fifty-one frttttR8DAV BUSINESS Wsokly aper at at Algona, I 0 \v a | °t March .MINERS B. Quarton Phones: Off| cea office 427, Algona, to _,,p fflc ! Iwa state Office phone 4(!0-\v SCLMtAN, J. W. Sullivan shortly after midnight. The barn was less than two years old. The fire was noticed by a passerby who reported it at a local filling station. When the fire department the entire structure was in arrived flames. There were nine milk cows, 100 chickens, 5 horses, some machinery, 4 calves, a car and the crib full of corn which burned, too. For a time It was feared the house and other buildings could not be saved on account of the strong southwest wind. The chemical wagon from Algona was called. Mr. Mulligan settled with the insurance company for $4030. Mr. and Mrs. Mulligan and a daughter live on this place and the land Is worked by Milton Beltz. Other Bancroft News. Mary Merrill and Olga Elsbecker came from Carroll Friday evening. Miss Elsbecker, R. N. visited her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker, till AVednesday, when she returned to Carroll, where she is practicing. Miss Merrill had been visiting friends in Carroll since Tuesday. Miss Merrill Is here from Pasadena, Calif., visiting her folks, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill. Agnes Carrigan returned Sunday from Ayrshire and Duncombe, where she spent her two weeks vacation with her mother and three sisters. Miss Carrigan is employed at the Adelbert Conlons. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. . Howe, Mrs. Eugene Erickson, and Margaret and Mable Howe were Sunday dinner guests at the' Roy Rlchardsons In Algona. The Jess Underkoflers, Belmond, visited the Frank Reckers Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Recker is a granddaughter of the Underkoflers. Lulu Richards, manager of the local telephone office, spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller, at Lu Verne. Bert Scharf, Oelweln, was in Bancroft Thursday afternoon calling on old friends. Bert and his crew drilled the city well here three years ago. The Ladies' Aid society was entertained by Mrs. Alice Anderson and 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-w.it: 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 point of beginning, all In Section Thirty- one (31), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, of Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the Fifth P M. KOS- suth county, 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 7th 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 8th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Penningroth and Holmes, "Four per cent on any amount in excess of fifty thousand dollars and up to one hundred thousand dollars. "Five per cent on any amount In excess of one hundred thousand dollars and up ^o one hundred-fifty thousand dollars. "Six per cent on any amount in excess of one hundred-fifty thousand dollars and up to two hundred thousand dollars. "Seven per cent on any amount in excess of two hundred thousand dollars and up to three hundred thousand dollars. 'i "Eight per cent on all sums In excess of three hundred thousand dollars. "2—When the property or any Interest therein or income therefrom taxable under the provisions of chapter three hundred fifty-one (351), of the code of Iowa 1927, passes to the brother or sister, son- in-law, or daughter-in-law, or' stepchildren, the rate of tax imposed on the individual share so passing shall be as follows: "Five per cent on any amount up to twenty-five thousand dollars. "Six per cent on any amount in excess of twenty-five thousand dollars and up to fifty thousand dollars. (.861), of the code of Iowa 1927, passes in any manner to societies Institutions, or associations incorporated or organized under the laws of any other state, territory, province or country than this state, for charitable, educational or religious purposes, or to cemetery; associations, including humane Societies not organized under the laws of this state, or tt> resident trustees for uses without this state, the rate of tax imposed shall be as follows: "Ten per cent on the* entire amount so passing." "5—When the property or any Interest therein or income there- from, taxable under the provisions of chapter three hundred fifty-one (351), of the code of Iowa, 1927, passes to any firm, corporation, or society organized for profit either under the laws of this state or of any other state, territory, province or country, the rate of tax imposed shall be as follows: "Fifteen per cent on the entire amount so passing." Sec. 5. That section seventy- three hundred fourteen (7314), of the code of Iowa 1927, be and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 6. That section seventy- three hundred' sixteen (7316), of the code of Iowa, 1927, ,be and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 7. That section seVenty-three hundred thirty-one (7331), of the code of Iowa 1927, be and the same Is hereby amended by placing a comma (,) after the word "therein" in line three (3) thereof, and by adding after said comma (,), the following: "Including any property or interest therein which has been transferred either in contemplation of death, or to take effect in possession or enjoyment at or after death." Sec. 8. That section seventy- three hundred forty<(7340), of the code of Iowa 1927, be and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 9. That section seventy- three hundred sixty-one (7361) of the code of Iowa 192,7, be and the same is hereby amended by striking the period (.) at the end of said section and adding thereto the following: "And the application for such extension is made , before the tax Is delinquent". . . Sec. 10. This act being deemed,of immediate importance shall be 'in force from and after its publication in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper published in Algona Iowa, and in the Spencer News Her,- ald, a newspaper published in Spencer, Iowa. ARCH W. McFARLANB, President of the Senate FRANCIS JOHNSON, Speaker of the House I hereby certify that this Bill or Iglnated in the Senate and Is known as Senate File No. 65. WALTER 'H.~BEAM, Secretary of the Senate Approved April 30, 1931. DAN W. TURNER, Governor. Unnan Phones: Office, S. E. Me, 403. _ HABJIINGTOJr T. P. Harrington Attorneys-at-LaJ" Phones: Office, 287; r } Lawyers Office over Iowa S Phone 213-W. ——I. D. Shumway 8HCMWAY ft Attorneys-at-Uw Office In Quinby BI O Phone 58. "Seven per cent on any amount in excess of fifty thousand dollars and up to one hundred thousand dollars. "Eight per cent on any amount in excess of one hundred thousand dollars and up to two hundred thousand dollars. "Nlne*per cent on any amount in L. A. Attorney-at-ia* Office in Quinby Bui Phone 180, _ DOCTOBS KENEFICK M. J. Keneflck R. H,C«| Physicians and Surgec Offices: Algona Hospital; p'. Residence Phones'" Keneflck, 57. craw . —_ C. ir. CRETZMEIEBl Physician and Surgeon! Office in John Galbraith i Phones: Office 310, res. . WALTER PHASER, JUL Physician and Surgeon] Office in Quinby Bldg., Phone No. 12. »B. tt r . I). AJfDKBWJl )«tcopathlc Physician anil i Eye, Ear, Nose, and ' X-ray. )fflce over Hub Recreation I Phones: Office, 187; resldi P. V. JAKSE, M. D. Physician and Sur;en,| Office on South Dodge I Phones: Office, C66; resid Algona, Iowa, CHIROPRACTORS! DR. R. J. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chin Thirteen year's successful i Office over State's I VETERINARY •- L. W. FOX Veterinarian Weet State Street, Phones: Office 475-W., ru,I BUILDING CON1RAC COWAN & SOS : ' General Contractbri,. Estimates Furnished 'Phones: Business, 639-J; GEORGE I>. MULE* | General Contractor, Estimates furnished,-1 «10 S, Podge, Algona, laj MACHINISTS fl JTOBTOUT HACHIKB Machinists and \Vel ervice stock on Piston E and Bearings. West of Courthouse. PRODUCE •OLD »V » ALGONA PRODUCE CO. Plaintiff's Attorneys. 33-34 TO ALL WHO SUFFER STOMACH AGONY, GAS AND INDIGESTION three acts. The cast of characters follows: Margaret Deiterlng, Mary Ford, Martha Mescher, Geneva Delperdang, Rosalia Walsh, Leander Menke, William Hood, Rosemary Murphy, Raymond Weber, Joseph Mousel, John Sheridan and Arthur Merrill. There are 19 in the senior clase this year. Academy Seniors Present Play— The St. John's seniors will present their class play, "Only Sally Ann," Sunday evening in St. John's audl- Mr «- A1 »e O'Dell last week Wednes- torium. It Is a comedy-drama in day afternoon. They cleared $18. Mrs. M. L. Schiltz came home Friday from Whlttemore, where she had visited her daughter since last week Sunday. The Ray Welps, Jim Sheridans, and R. N. Bruers drove to Fenton Thursday evening to attend a bridge party. Robert Boyer returned Saturday from Cascade, where he visited his sister the past three months. Mrs. Mike Hoffman, Hospers, is here visiting her son Mike and daughter Emma. Edward Droessler attended a Farm Bureau meeting in Algona Friday evening. Mrs. L. B. Conway, Emmetsburg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Adelbert Conlon. Mike Lynch is ill at his home in the south part of town. . The Nick Sandts have a baby boy born Saturday morning. Play Is Well Attended— A large crowd attended the play given by the Foresters and the school faculty at the C. O. F. hall Sunday and Monday evenings. "The Mummy and the Mumps" is the name of the play. The cast was Leonora Hutchinson, Fran Berens, G. D. Hart, Harold . Pohlman, Thomas Murphy, Georgia Carmean, Marion Thurn, Isabell Saunders, Allie Meyers, and Charlee Baker. Creamery Pays Cream Checks— The ten highest cream checks from the Bancroft Co-operative Creamery company were paid to Henry Lampe, Weeaelman & Kennedy, Edw. Droessler, Anton Stork, F. H. Mescher, Leo Bernhard, John Farrow, Joe Vaske, Maurice Bernhard, and J. J. Nurre. Peter Berens Have Guests- Leone Berens, a girl friend, and Ruth Ann Brown came Friday from Omaha. Miss Berens and her friend visited at the Peter Berens home till Sunday, and Miss Brown will vl*Jt Legal* NOTICE OP PROBATE OP WIW. 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 au instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and .Testament ot Ro#ie DolescbM deceased, dated AN ACT TO REPEAL THE LAW AS IT APPEARS IN SECTIONS SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED FOURTEEN (7314), SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED SIXTEEN (7316), AND SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED FORTY (7340) OF THE CODE OF IOWA 1927, AND TO AMEND THE LAW AS IT APPEARS IN SECTIONS SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED SEVEN (7307), SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED EIGHT (7308), SEVENTY- THREE HUNDRED THIRTEEN (7313), SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-ONE (7331), AND SEVENTY-THREE HUNDRED SIXTY-ONE (7361) OF THE CODE OF IOWA 1927, RELATING TO THE RATES, IMPOSITION, LEVY AND COLLECTION OF AN INHERITANCE TAX, AND TO PROVIDE EXEMPTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. That section seventy- three hundred seven (7307), of the code of Iowa 1927, be and the same Is hereby amended by striking all of paragraph two (2) and substituting in lieu thereof the following: "By deed, grant, sale, gift or transfer made in contemplation of the death of the grantor or donor, and any such transfer of property made by any person within two years prior to the death of the grantor or donor shall, unless shown to the contrary, be deemed to have been made in contemplation of death. "By deed, grant, gale, gift or transfer made or intended to take effect In possession or enjoyment after the death of the grantor or donor. A transfer of property in respect of which the transferor re? Money Back if One Bottle of Dare's Mentha Pepsin Doesn't Do You More Good Than Anything You Ever Used. You can be so distressed with gas and fullness.and bloating that you think your heart Is going to stop beating. Your stomach may be so distended that your breathing is short and gaepy. . You think perhaps you are suffocating. You are dizzy and pray for quick relief—what's to be done? Just one tablespoonful of Dare's can Mentha Pepsin and In ten minutes the gas disappears, the pressing on the heart ceases and you breathe deep and naturally. Oh! What blessed relief; but why not get rid of such attacks altogether? Why have indigestion at all? With this wonderful stomach medicine you can overcome indigestion or dyspepsia, or any condition that keeps the stomach in constant rebellion and distress and one bottle will prove it. Ask for Dare's Mentha Pepsin that E. W. Lusby and regular pharmacists anywhere in America guarantee. _( Tells How to Get Rid of Rheumatism In 48 Hours BIG 8 OUNCE BOTTLE FOR ONLY 85 CENTS It b Guaranteed Thousands of well meaning people are taking the chance of being crippled for life with rheumatism. When a rheumatic attack occurs they seek to deaden the pain with handy relievers— a. method that usually ends with disastrous results Every rheumatic sufferer knows that painful, swollen, inflamed joints and muscles are caused by an excess of uric acifl i n the blood. When you drive this troublesome uric acid from the blood you are get. tingr rid of the cause of rheu —relievers won't do this. matism While you are taking the nerve deadening reliever* the urio Mid to WmjwJ* a pe 1 Income or coatlnuea to penetrate further further into the joints and tendons leaving deposits so deep seated tha they cannot be reached—this pften means that the takers of drugs fo relief only are disabled for life. If every person who is afflicte< with rheumatic manifestations woult start at once to get the uric acid ou of the blood—it would perhaps mean the avoidance of crippled Joints in years to come. This can be done byitaWng on tablespoonful of Allenru three lime a day—Allenru acts on the Wood an drives from it the urtc acid tha causes your rheumatic agpny, an does it i n 48 tooura. You can get a generous bottle „ Allenru at E. w. Lusby'« or any pro, ru *Stet for «« every assurance raw enemy of uric aci ma,tlc condiUon^nd SWIFT Cash Buyers, Poultry, Eggs, and Matt Larouth, Up. | Phone KOSSUTH COUNT! INSUBANCE A880CUJ Over $15,000,000 worth rt » n force: A home compWJ ue. J- O. Pa»o"' THE A100NA IKS AGENCf 0. B. I* B»rre Reliable Ins. Phone 66, __ - - - • City Property Loans. Insurance, IOT W, State St. New and used Autt Tire* and ACCM Hides, Fur «ri I _ MODEENE CCBl I Phone 68, Frederick Vita-TonIo P«n<* Finger Waves «f« *3I All other beauty MIMEOG III

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