Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1931 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1931
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'PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH *r>T,MTV Corner Grocery AND MEATS This Week's SPECIALS Krnft French Dressing __19c Cocoa, 1 H). can l«c Catsup, 2 bottles 25c targe pkg. Pancake Vlour, Bottle Cane and Maple Syrup 'N> c No. 2 can Blackberries—15c No. 10 can lied Raspberries $1.05 No. 10 can Blueberries __85c No. 10 can Apricots 50c NO. 10 Call Fears SOcierly Buckley. Beverly has, appar- ) Make your egg and grocery money buy more, both in quality and quantity. Complete line GROCERIES AND MEATS H.R.SORENSEN&GO, MULE TEAM AT IRVINGTON IN WILD RUNAWAY Irvington, May 12 — A team of mules which Earl Miller purchased several months ago and which he had been using to plant corn ran away last week Wednesday afternoon while they wore hitched to a planter. At the time Earl was standing slightly to one side of the team, talking to a caller. He reached to remove a line on the neck of one of the mules, and this frightened them. They ran home, crossing a small bridge, on which the planter caught, tearing up a plank. Then they plunged through a barbed wire ga*e. They arrived at the barnyard with practically no damage done except for the spilling of seed corn. UNION M,&D, CLUB OBSERVED MOTHER'S DAY Good Hope, May 12—The annual Mothers' clay tea of the Mothers and Daughters club took place Inst Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ada Hofius. Each member had the right to Invite a mother as guest, and SO persons attended. A program of instrumental music by Mrs. Clara Thompson, three vocal numbers — True Story, Dairy Maids, and Nightingale—by Mary Lee and Ruth Dearchs, two vocal numbers by the Rev. A. H. Wood, a group of songs and readings by three boys—Howard Snrchett and Jlmmie Don and Merrill Moore, and a reading, Goodbye Sister, by Catherine Gould, was presented. Refreshments were served and each guest wns given a favor of spring flowers. Among items of , business wns the taking of an offer- she returped she was accompanied j (ng for the Iowa children's Home, by a a-year-old granddaughter, Bev-1 at ~ Deg Moines . Assisting the host- H. H. Boetteher, Rep. Girl Who fanned Recover* — Mrs. Tom Coleman recently visited a daughter at Ogden, and when Phone 130. "We Deliver. ently. completely recovered from a fall she suffered some years ago which made it necessary for one leg, which was dislocated, to be kept in a cast many months. Mrs. Coleman says that when school is out Beverly's mother, Mrs. Robert Bockley, and two other children are coming to pay her a visit. Hauliers Move to Owasa— Mr. and .Mrs. .Tames Ard, accompanied by Mrs. Elmer Banner, drove to Owasa Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Banner will make their home there for a time. Mr. Banner Is foreman of the section there. Glen Haln. who was unemployed for a time when the section was discontinued here, is now employed on the Algonn section crew, and has moved from the Omer deary house here to one just vacated by the Banners. Coach fare." continued . UNTIL .irXE !M) A reduction oC nearly \'between Des Moiiies, Ames, Jewell, Wobs-ster City, Ragle Grove, Goldfield, Alsonu and intermediate points. / Take advantage of this sensa- j tional reduction in rail fare. Lowest in cost ul' all forms of transportation ... a saving of 4-Kr over regular train fare. Children half faro. Baggage—r.ii lli«. on full fare ticket; l!r> His. on halt fare ticket. Vttr information am! tickets to your local Ticket Agent. CHICAGO & North Western KAILW.YY Ifoncy Sister's picture Feiiturcd— Mrs. H. C. Willet. De.s Moinew, sister of M. L. Honey, was one of- a group of women, wives of ess was Mrs. Norma Bailey and a committee on arrangements: Mesdames Cora Reid. Julia Taylor, Mary De Gra.w, and Laura Hohenstein. \VestRate I?r'" ! 1v<'s Visit Treptows Mr. and Mrs. Henry Treptow, Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Treptow, and three daughters, all of Westgate, came Saturday for a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs. William Treptpw. The three families visited the Grotto al West Bend Saturday and attended church at Good Hope Sunday, the visitors going home that afternoon Messrs. Henry and William Treptow are half-brothers, and Albert Treptow the former's son. Kenton An audience requirl- ""it— '.g extra seating gave interested attention to Mothers' day service of specia music, dialog, and an address Sun day at the Good Hope church. Another treat is in store for next Sun day, when Rural Life Sunday will be observed and Mrs. AVill AVeisbrod, Fenton, will give an address on 10U25tt FOR SAIiE OR RKNT — SLIGHT- ly used potatoe planter.—M. M. Morrow/ Algona,- Iowa, Phone 350 14u»ltf FOR SALE—FINE HARDY TO- mato and cabbage plants. — J. A. Wagoner, 402 East Call street. i4u35-3fi EXPERIENCED wants work on SINGLE MAN farm. Burton Gehrtz. Phone 3 on 91, Burt ,Iowa. • 13p3o FOR RENT — SLEEPING ROOM; also two unfurnished light housekeeping rooms. Imir,lro Glo E. Lucas 14u35 FOR RENT — FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, first floor. Mrs. I. II. Riddle, 202 E. College St. 13p36 FOR SALE — DELCO LIGHTING plant, complete, used short time. Will sell cheap. Kohlhaas Hard- ire. 1-U135 W HEN IN NEED OF KLEGTRT- cal work, call 44G. Work guaranteed and charges reasonable. AV. H. Koran.- 15u35tf STENOGRAPHIC WORK wanted by graduate of high school and business college. Myrtle Anderson Phone 872. 14p35 FOR SALE—VELOUR-COVERED day bed, library table, and chairs, Jacobean oak dining room suite.— Phone 22. lGp34-S5 City Clerk of the City of Algona. Approved by' me this 30th day of April, A. D. 1931. 35 C. F. SPECHT, JTnyor of the City of Algona. NOTICE OF 1'BOUATE OF No. 3505. Stnte of Iowa, Kossuth county, sa. In District Court, March term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the lust Will and Testament of Rosie Doleschal, deceased, dated March 19, 1929, having been this day filed, Opened and read, the 29th day of May, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before tho District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, nil persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said -Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 27 Banking of the State ot tdwa, Receiver of the Lu Verne State Bank', Lu Verne, Iowa, asptatmItr, and against W. S. Hunt,, as defendant, for the sum of Six Thousand Three Hundred' Eighty-four and 19/100 (JG384.19) Dollars and costs, tnxed at One Hundred Thirty-seven nnd 59/100 ($137.59) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real and personal property *s the property of the sp.ld 'W. S. Hunt, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The East halt-of the Northwest Quarter and the southwest Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty (20) n Township Ninety-four (94) North, Rnnue Twenty-seven (27) .West of the Fifth P. M. and the Northwest Quarter'(NWV 4 ) of Section "— (.9), Township Ninety-four North, ot Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the Fifth P. M., and the Northeast Quarter (NEV 4 ) of Section Thirty-one (31) Township Ninety-six .(96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the Fifth P. M. all in Kossuth county Iowa, Chatties as follows: 10 head ' .triple .bo*, 2 hay racks with WftBOrfs, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court, By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy, Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Attorneys. 33-35 WANTED — EXPERIENCED woman for general housework. Middle-aged preferred. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Algona. • >12p35 HOLSTEIN BULL for sale. From 2 YEARS OLD high producer, very gentle, t. b. tested. — A. A. Carlisle, Whittemore. 17FB34-35 FOR SALE— MANCHU SOY beans. Purity !)!>%; germination 05%; Sl.7'5 bushel at farm. One and one- half mile north of Corwith. A. E. MulUns. 23p33-34-35 FOR SALE — BRONZE TURKEY eggs, half price. Select your stock from five matings headed by toms of international fame. — Mrs. Paul Krie-the. Burt. 23u34-35 Moin?s medical men, whose pictures! Children's Gardens. Other features v.-rre in the Des Molnes Sunday will help make up a worthwhile pro- Register. The group included n. picture of the Polk county Auxiliary and the social committee, who were entertaining the wives of other medical men at a state medical convention last week Wednesday to Fridav. .trother' Day is Observed— '['he RPV. A. English preached a Mothers' day sermon Sunday on the text, And her children rise up and fill her blessed — Proverbs 31-2S. .There was special Mothers' day music by the junior and senior choirs. Seven persons were taken into the church. A total of !)0 persons were in attendance at Sunday- school. World-Traveler fiives Address— Mrs. William Treptow, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodd«, and the Rev. and Mrs. A. H. AVood heard an address nt Fenton Monday evening by Dr. A Joyful Surprise NEW 48 HOUR TREATMENT FOR RHEUMATISM Over IIii! "Woolioml Goes Vain, Apony and Swelling; »>r Money Itncli, Snys U. AV. Liisby. liAHUE 8 OZ. 150TTLE, 85e. They eall this the Allenru iveek- end treatment Tor liheumatism, Sciatica and Neuritis Ijeeause you ean go to bed on Friday niyht — stay there as much as possible till Monday morning and while there drive the uric neiil from your ailing joints and muscl'-'S. But (lurlns that time you must take Allenru as dh-ected — for Al- lenru acts with double .speed when the body is relaxed and rented. You can purchase Allenru from 33. W. I-iUsby or any proK'i'essive druggist in America—a large S o/. buttle 8!> cents—and money back if it doesn't do a.s advertised. —- lilythe Children Have Measles- Mrs. Roy Blythe. Chicago, writes that her children are suffering with the measles. She also reported that the children Betty and Wendell are coming here when school i« out to spend the summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe and Mr. and Mrs. A'. J. Schichtl. tt Missionary Society to Meet— The Missionary society will meet this week Friday afternoon at the church and Mrs. Harry Sabin will lead. The national topic will be Spanish-Speaking Peoples; the foreign topic, Latin America. Host- os.ses will be Mesdames 'V. J. Schicbtl and T. E. Wickwire. K. n. Fulkerson, world-traveler, former vice-consul at Nagasaki, Japan, educator, and representative of the World Service board of the Methodist church. Woods Attend Pastors' Meeting— The Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood attended an Algona sub-district meeting of preachers and their wives at Burt Monday. The group was entertained by the Hev. .T. B. Clifton, Burt pastor, and his wife. HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25tf SILVER KIXG AXD GOLDEN King seed corn for sale. These are the ,two high yielding varieties for northern Iowa. — F. .S. Thompson, phone 2fiF12, Algona. 24p32-35 SEED CORN FOR SALE — BOTH white and yellow. Test !)G to Subject to retest. High yielding- ami early maturing. per bushel. Hugh llaney, Phone 15F21, Algona 271135-30 X»l>!<* Mitchells Lose. Twins— Sorrow entered the Xoble Mitchell home with the loss of two ba- bie.s recently born. One died soon after birth, the other last week Wednesday. EAT AT PATTIS CAFETERIA, Des Moines' most famous restaurant. Liberal portions, reasonable prices, restful accommodations. Always good mu'.-iic.—GIG Locust (Strand Theatre Bldg.) 23(^)35 POWERFUL SKIN REMEDY DISCOVERED Dries C|i Kc/.eiaa, I'lmjiles and CnsiuIiHy Skin Krtintlous. HKsn/rs IN OK MON'KY - DAYS HACK New Schedule at Church— The Good Hope church and Sunday school are now on a schedule a half hour earlier: Sunday school, at 10 a. m.; worship, 11. Other Good Hope 2fews Mrs. Henry Engstrom was brought home Sunday, with the young son recently born at the Kossuth hospith.1. They left the hospital Friday, but were at Mrs. Engstrom's sister Mrs. Otto Engstrom's till Sunday*. Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll spent Mothers' day at the Rev. C. B. Mitcheil'ri, Armstrong, and Mrs. Mitchell accompanied ' them home rags. Mesdames O. Miller and Mor- j to . S p cn( i the week here. is Parsons were hostesses. Mrs. 'r-] le j.; t ] Broc.sders spent Sunday at 0. Miller and Mrs. Summers are new | jj v s. Broesder's brother Kobus Tja- Ald Has Two »w Members— The Aid met last Thursday afternoon at the Annex, and 21 members anil visitors attended. The afternoon was spent at sewing carpet I LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE—An> girl with limited means and ordinary ability can double her income in a few"months.-Write for new catalog.—Iowa School of Beauty Culture, 613 Walnut Des Moines. 32(2)35 1LL1NI SOY BEAKS MAKE~EX ,cellent hay. My cows prefsr so> bean hay to good alfalfa hay. Bean may be planted any time in Ma> for hay. ?].S5 per bu. Sacked 1 bu, .$1.50 per bu. A. B. Schonck Algona. 37pl'b3 IF "YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write fo our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies Of Iowa.—IOWA NEWS Union g32t PAPERS INC., 214 Royal Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. iiembers. den's at Tltonka. Kalpli I.einUe Tarty Host— A number of young people enjoy- d a party given by Ralph Lemke it his home Friday evening.' Games were played, and there was dancing. Refreshments were served late in the evening. r Want Ads. GOLDEN KING AND KOSSUTI Reliance seed corn, $1.95 bu. Th two highest yielders in norther Iowa. They will pay for the seed i extra yield. Shelled, graded, an tested, bags free.—A. A. Carlisle, mile east of Whittemore, phon 91F4. 40FB34-3 Legals KOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TATE OF IOWA, :OSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by vir- ue of a General Execution dlrectec o me from the Clerk of the District ourt' of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a idgment rendered in said Court 01 ie 31st day of March, 1931, in favoi f L. A. Andrew, Superintendent o: Nine (94) of , horses of which -I are colts, 10 sheep, 1 sow with 7 pigs, about 500 bushels of oats in crib, located on the Northwest Quarter (NWtt) of Section 9, in Lu Verne township Kossuth county, Iowa, also about c tons of alfalfa and 5 tons of timothy hay In bi.rti, located on NW% of Sec. 9, Lu Verne township. Also the following described property located on the NWV, of Section 20, In Lu Verne township, Kosouth county, Iowa: 5 head ot horses and two mules, S milk cows, 31 head of othei cattle, 40 hnad of brood sows; 15 late shoa'ts all being HampsHires 1 2-row surface plow, 1 2-row shove plow, 3 single row corn plows, 1 bee plow, 1 low-down seeder, 1 disc, 1 corn planter, 1 harrow, 1 hay buck •aoks Wagons, 2 low 'beet truck wagons^ 1 1822 BUlek coupe bearing 1031 lows,' License No. 56*5930, 1 4* wiieet trailer, i ' Stottdhd nittnvtre spreader, 2 bob sleds, 5 sets of work harness; 1 and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be neccsdary to satiety said ex- pctttlon, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the day of May. in Ui Vevno townV •nth county, i ow , o'clock n. m ., of S ,',M whore duo a t^h by th. Un,.lc,. S iKno ( , lle this lSi h ,i ,iay of WARTON & Plaintiffs A How One Lost 102 Ibs. of Fl Almost Unbelievable—., I Nevertheless True Dear Friends: You advertise Kruschen Salts for reducing, so I finally tried them and when I started I weighed 219 pounds nnd when I took them a year and 3 weeks, I lost exactly 102 pounds. I am 23 years old and I look at least 6 years younger how than I did when I was fat. I have a'.picture of myself before and after so If you want to see them let me.know. I am always telling my friends about the wonderful salts. I am always advertising them. I took 2 bottles every month for a year and 3 weeks. It, amounted to ?25 for reducing 102 pounds but it wns worth It. If I can be of any help to you let me know. , Yours truly, Miss Nellie Simpson, •rust Kruschen Salt f. Moilorn Sale w.,1 ""' "'ay („ „ H take ,, l,,,lf ( ' ts ln nml . nlng You can haste,, the red, tibn of Kr,,K,|,en l,v ' on potatoes, Pi ,«try „'„ . other SaH^Kr n't reduce by rushl ni; your system. llathor'lr, , blend of (i si.p:, mte mln ',| which help every K lnn<l 8f , body orga Women ev to function With this marvelo ment. trequnntly erywhere are ( pound bv of surplus fat loaves and possess that trim, sk you've always era veil. An Snc bottle of Kruschen' weeks) Is so!,] ],y the world over— so start thli 1 McCormlck mower, 1 hay rake, 1 Oct. 31, 1930. 1!)03 AV'aync Street, Swissvale, Pa., • method to lose ui;ly fat W. busby .sell.s lots of it, HORSES FOR SALE — M. L. McEnroe. 10p34-35 FOR SALE—G-ROOM BUNGALOW. School In Close' M'lili I'ienlc— This week Friday the Irvington school, of which Mrs. J. L. Molloy, Algona, is teacher, will close, and pupils and their friends will have al picnic to celebrate the event. •MI (ilrls Have liuko Sale— The Lone Eagle girls' club, of Klverdale, held a bake Kale at the White grocery, Algona, Saturday, and cleared six or '.seven dollars. -Call -Advance. 7p3-l-35 FOR RENT — MODERN R.OOMS; also board, SOU 13. Kennedy. I()p35 FOR HALE—S HOLSTEIN I1E1F" era.—11. F. Mittag, Lone Rock. 9u3-l-35 Thi.s wonderful antiseptic 1 , known all over America as .Minnie's Emerald Oil, is s.j efficient in the treatment ui' .skin troubles tbnl tho itching of eczema ui'ten slnps with one application. 1 A few applications and the mnsi persistent r:u<es uf Ec/ema often are lieal"il never i.o return. Minnie's Kmoralil Oil U< safe and pleasant tn usi; and it is so powerfully antiseptic and pciictratini;' that oven old stnliliorn cases have yielded to its jjifluenc". Minnie's Elm-raid Oil in the original butile is dispensed l,y iiharnia- cisl.s. Any ilru^gi.sl always has Moone's l-Imerald oil on hand —• an S5 ci'in lioule lasts - weeks. —7 Mrs. Ycrn Hai'lier Siirprisi'd— Neighbor." and oilier friends recently went to Vcrn Barker's for a surprise parly honoring Mrs. Barker's birthday. Otlier ft'viiiji'ton News. Mrs. Mi'tiriee Schock, AIIK-S, and hi r two children came Saturday to spent two weeks with Mrs. Srhock's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patter- sun. Mrs. .lames Love, another daughter, left Sunday for Garner, after several days hr-ro. Mrs. Tony Surenson and a daughter spent several days la.-t wi • k with friends ai Titimka. She ropo! FOR RENT _ FURNISHED apartment, j rooms. Vera Apartments. Sp35 FOirisTiTs^FaLlJEN KIXcT~seed corn.—F. S. Tliunipson, Alguna. Ou35 I.KEPING ROOMS FOR RENT.— Mrs. Frank Green, phone 413-.I. EXECUTOR'S SALE OP REAL. E tate — In order to close the Estate: of L. 13. Strom, the undersigned executor will offer for sale at public auction on the 2(ith day of May, lim, at 2 o'clock P. 'M., the North Half (NVi:) of Lot One (D, Block Forty-two (J2), of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. Sale will be held on premises. This property consists of a well located corner lot with frame house, partly modern, renting for twenty dollars ($20) per month. Terms, one hundred dollars ($100) cash, balance in thirty days, when abstract will be delivered .showing good title, free from all iien.s and encumbrances. Subject to tights of tenant in possession. No lease. —-M. P. Christiansen, ex- editor. 35-35 FOR RENT — TlllO WEST PART of the Voting duplex house. Cull :m;-.r. I2p35 WANTED A FEW CATTLE TO pasture.—F. S. Thompson, Algona. 9u35 WANTED — CHILD'S BED. Must lii: in good cundiiioii.—C'all Adva-.ice. 20g:jjtf IlA.Ml'MHUCK liUAR FOR HALE. (lui/i'KO Wolf, Irvinylon. Phono ir.Flll. 11)1135 POOR SLEEP DDE TO GAS IK UPPER BOWEl I'oijr .~k'i-|i is caused by gas pressing In art and other organs. Vun can't gi't rid of thi.-^ by just di.rtur- ing the stomarh because nirist of tli._- ga.s is in Hie Pl'l'Ell bowi/l. Tin' simple German remi-dy, Ad- K-rika, ru.irbvs B1>T1I upper and lower bn\vel, \\'a^hiny out poisons which rau.se gas, nervousness, bad sleep, ('"i Aillerika today; by to- rnwrow you i'l-'t'l tlic- wundei-ful i-f- I feet. Vnii will .say the day you read this was jj'jrc- a lucky day for you. I E. V^'. J-us>iy, DruggiKt. r arthritis a o return jJi'o hc'n he left. t'harles Lindhorst. plans .student at UILTX I'lANO. Inquire at Ad- Adding Machine ROLLS Advance Publishing Co. .Ames, came last Thmvd.'iy to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Hurncr Lindhorst. He drove Iwifli Sunday ill his car, which had been left at home during the winter. The Douglas Rilcys and Mrs. Ida Riley were Sunday guests of Woden relatives. The Dan Harris family spent Sunday with relatives at I-jaglr Grove. .Mrs Russell Maxwell, her sister, Mrs. .James Love, and Mrs. .Morris Parsons drove to Spencer Saturday to atiend a Larkin mooting. Edward Mawdsley has been improving his farm by sotting out .-.hrubbery and building a new lawn fun cc\ Mona Dunn, Algona, is working for Mrs. Crouch. FOR SALK — NEW, MODERN home; ideal location.—Inquire, of '.lp34-35 FOR SALIC — RICFIUGKKATUR, good condition. Holds luu Ibs. Phone. )i;7. ]01'b3j Notice is hereby given that pursuant to tho action of the stockholder." of the Farmers Creamery Company- situated at Hobarton, Iowa, at the special meeting held on the third day of April, A. D. 1931, the r.om- pany is hereby dissolved. Notice is further given that the committee consisting of A. R t.'ruikshank, 'L. J. Lowman and C A. Geilenfeld has been appointed to dispose of the property of said company and make distribution of the proceeds to the stockholders. (Signed) C, A. GEILENFELD, President T. A. RK1D, Vice President A. n. CRUIKSHANK, Secretary J. W. WADSWORTH, 34-37 Treasure! WHy SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they could hire three or four more printers to earn and spend thejy mpney here. WANTED — CATTLE TO PAS- lure. Leo \Valdschmidt, Algona. Phone :!F2. JUjig-l-Uu FOR SALE — TWO a2x« 11KAVV duty Firestone truck tires. Floyd Bilsborough. Hp35 FOR SAJLE^-FIVE USED DELCO light plants.—Bert B. Brown, Liv- errnore, Iowa. J2u2Stf ESTRAV10D — RED HEIFER. Black mare for sale, wt. lotiO. William Uurant. U0p35 AVANTED—SECOND HAND BIKE in good • condition.—-Ilusscl Hutchins, phone 24F3. 11FB34 LAUCiE SLEEPING KOOM FOR rejit. Two blocks south of Algona hotc-1. Phone D3i. 13u35 FOR RENT — FURNISHED OR unfurnished modern housekeeping rooms. Cujl Advance. 10p35-3t> WANTBD—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry-—Fatrm,oat Crew»ery Co., ORDINANCE ISO. 224 \N ORDINANCE A'ACATJNG THI ALLEY IN PART OF BLOCI ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY EIGHT (IKS) CALL'S 'ADDITION TO ALGONA, IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GIT COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AL GONA, IOWA: Section 1. That the alley in tha part of Block One Hundred Eighty eight (188) of Call's Addition to A gona, Iowa, lying west of Dlagona Street as now located over an across said Block be and the sam is hereby vacated. Section 2. Thai, this ordinance in apcordance with law shall take effect and be in full force from and after its legal publication. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Jowa, this 30tn 4ay of April, A. D. 193X. .22 Short 2S each for Lawn Sprinkle!!' Shotgun S.&G. Shells 12Ga. Cushion . House Paint Qts. in colors, qt. . .' se Varnish, Qt ...... ' Fork GRASS SHEARS vMh LAWN MOWER CUTS 16 (NCHEG IsveB Wm<£ Reel Wilson Tecwiis EaHs Electric § Irow, Full 6 Ib. size. Pfobalt ' <3 Blades, Pl<g. 5 «! Riafeber 2 inch i IsSiang 3 ply... ft. Camp | Sieve, 2 Burner 6 Vdt Dry J B&Nvry, Rcyblue... Land O'Lakes "*! Casein Paunt 5 Ibs. I DAYS ONLY.. MAY 16th to 12 days of wonderful values—an annual event—another example of Gamble Store's polity of passing savings on to our customers, These prices in effect only as long as the merchandise lasts, Take advantage of them now. 10 new improvements—a lifetime guaranty —and the lowest prices in our history. The last word in modern tire construction. STALWART TIRES Each Pair 29x4.40/21..... $4.91 $9.i8 29x4.50/20 5.60 16.90 30x4.50/21 S.69 11.10 28x4.75/19 6,68 12.96' QOx3^Re 3 4,39 8.54 32x4.... 7.95 15.40 Guaranteed 16,000 Miles Each to Pairs 29x4.40 Each in Paiis 30x4.50 $5.15 28x4.75 S.9S 29x5.00 6.30 30x3J3 4.09 31x4 7.10 32x4 7.30 14 PER L8, 5 IBS. IBS. Limit 6 Repair Qft. 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