Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE KOaSttTH COtTNTYAtlVANCfi. ALflONA. tOWA LAKOTA PRIZE PUPILS NAMED AT EXERCISES Lakota, May 26—Commencement exercises* for the class of 1931 were held in the Presbyterian church last week Wednesday. The program consisted of the processional, played by Mrs. Jerry Ukena; song, the Rev. Mr. Batnbridge, Goodell; address, Old Ideals and New Adventures, the Rev. W. P. McCormlck, Waterloo; song, the Rev. Mr. Bainbridge; awarding of honors, Supt. Grabau presentation of class, Lorraine Smith, Dallas Trenary. Arthur Baum, Arnold Christ, William Cle- ijnans, and Tabe Loats; song, America the Beautiful. As has been the custom for two or three years the Acorn club offered a $5 prize- to the boy and girl in high school having the highest yearly average. Beth Hamquist won the girl's prize, with Dorothy Clemans a close second, and Arnold Christ won the other, with Billy Ley second. The prizes were presented at the commencement exercises by Mrs. W. E. Ley, the club president. Teachers Return to -Homes— School closed Friday and the teachers left for their respective homes Friday and Saturday. Miss Carson went to St. Ansgar, Miss Muller to Clarksville, Miss Aive to •Buffalo Center, Miss Hardin to Iowa City to attend summer school. She will .teach at Clear Lake next year. Miss Davidson went to Rochester to visit friends and then will Orabau and also attend go to Missouri. E. L. R. E. Hamquist will summer school. Miss Hastings will spend the summer with relatives. Children Come for Birthday— Mrs. Bert Jansen celebrated her birthday last week Sunday and all the children were home to help with the event. Those attending were the Jerry Jansens, Blue Earth, the Stoffer Grays, Gilmore City, the Clarence Bowmans, Algona, the Herman Jansens, Buffalo Center, and the Andrew Jansens and John Rippen- trops, of Lakota. The Jansens moved to town last year and live in the west part. Mrs. Jansen's health has not been of the best for the past year or more. Their niece, Virginia Thaves, was one of the class. The Lambert Knoops, o£ Clare City- Minn., visited with Mr. Knoop's uncle, Ike Harnis, last week Wednesday. He reported the ground covered with snow south of Jnckson, Minn. Hortense Noble, who Is taking nurse's training at Abbot's hospital in Minneapolis, came Monday to spend part of her vacation visiting relatives here. The Henry Pattersons, the Dave Pattersons and the boys' mother, Mrs. Sarah Patterson, visited at the Herbert Pattersons, near Swea City, Sunday. The Ed Underdahls left Friday for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. They left the children with relatives at Rake. The Henry Mitchels and the Raymond Winters were visitors at the Hny Estles Sunday. The E. R. Worleys were dinner guests of the Rinderknechts at Ringsted, Sunday. Mrs. Chester Long and children, of Algona, were guests at the Ortin O'Keefes' Sunday. The perry Torines and Samuel Warburtons. of Swea City, visited the Ous Torines Sunday. E. R. Worley and I. E. Wortman spent last Thursday at Spirit Lake attending a bankers' convention. NEW RULE AT ELEVATOR AT ST, BENEDICT St. Benedict, May 26—The Farmers Grain Co. has issued a letter to patrons advising them of a new credit rule. Book accounts will hereafter be carried without charge 30 days after which interest will be charged at S per cent. This rule has been adopted to get In line with current business customs and permit the company to discount its bills. Credits everywhere have tightened up greatly during the last year, owing to the business depression, and the elevator board felt forced to do what it is itself • compiled to do in settlement of bills it owes. Clear Lake, were at Al Roaenmey- er's Sunday. Leo Ludwlg and Ella Simons, Algona, with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig, Britt, attended a trap shoot at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf were at Algona Friday, shopping. Mrs. Chris Miller, of Plum Creek, spent Sunday aternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr. Frank Grandgenett fished at Spirit Lake Friday. A number of local fans attended a ball game at Algona Sunday. The John M. Wlttes were at Mason City Monday. CHILD AT SEXTON SUFFERS GASH IN FALL OUT OF CAR Sexton, May 26—Little Lewis Fraser, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. os. Fraser, fell from the Harris ar last Thursday afternoon while 10 was riding about town with Mr. Harris. The Fraser children had limbed into the back seat of ttte ar, and at play they jerked a door ipen. Liwis lit on his head, in vhich a gash was cut. His face vas skinned up considerably, and ic was taken to Doctor Fraser, Algona. Mr. Harris was driving at jnly five miles an hour when the accident hapened. School pupils Receive Awards— The sexton school was closed Saturday with a picnic in the school- louse, yard. Ila Olsen was teach- =r. The following pupils " earned awards for 100 perfect spelling lesions: Bernard Weaver, Bernard Miler, Marcella Fisch, Lulu -Aman, Ar- dcen Bahr, Elgena Bahr, Kathryn Kirschbaum, Wi.bur Steven, liar- old Aman, Lois Miller, Earl Aman, •hyllis Fraser, Virgil Fraser, and Attends Woman's Club Convention Mrs. Delia M. Smith went to Marshalltown last week Wednesday morning to attend the biennial meeting of the Women Federated clubs. Mrs. Smith went as substitute for the county president, and reports an inspirational meeting. She went to Titonka and accompanied a Mrs. Fisher, who was the county delegate. They returned Friday evening. Mrs. Smith will give a report of the meeting at the next club meeting. Mr. and Mrs. William Reding, St. Toe, were visitors at Mi-, and Mrs. William Arndorfer's Friday. Rela- e« and friends surprised Mrs. Leo •Vrndorfer last Thursday evening, he occasion being her birthday. The evening was spent at cards, and unch was served. A number of guests came from Whittemore. F. B. Wmicn Have Meeting— Mrs. Lou Xitz and Mrs. J. H Warburton spent last week Wed nesday at Burt attending a countj Farm Bureau meeting. Six town ship chairmen and a number of pub licity chairmen were present. Mis;Neale S. Knowles, of the extension service, had charge of the meeting which included final checking t'oi Achievement day, study of the state fair score card, and the writ ing of the county project for 1031-3;. on fourth year home furnishing. Teaclihiff Ijist Announced— The following teachers have been i soup which it Mrs. Arnclorfor Surprised — Farmers Are Replanting Corn— Many farmers here are replanting their corn which hasn't been coming up and was rotting in the gound, Because of the cold weather and too deep a planting on too loose ground. We need many a more warm days like Monday and Tuesday to guarantee a corn crop this year. School \Vill C'losi? Tomorrow— The St. Benedict Catholic schoo will Vie closed this week Friday with a picnic for the children at the grounds and a program. The eightl grade graduation class of eight wil receive diplomas Sunday evening a S. There' are more than 100 pupils in this parochial school. Henry Wolf Babe Dies— A number of St. Benedict people attended the funeral of the Henr; Wolf 2M;-year-old baby funeral Sun day afternoon at Wesley. Buria was made in the Wesley Catholi cemetery. The child was scalded b; upset. The famil> Vrthur Grosenbach. er and Lulu Aman Bernard received Mil- per- ect attendance awards, also received gH'ts from the teacher. Jartner Preaches for Moore— The Rev. L. G. Gartner, of Ti- ;onka, filled the local pulpit Sunday -nornlng. Pastor Moore and his wife are visiting sons in Nebraska and at Kansas City, and they also ilanned a season of fishing in Mln- iesota. See House Daiiiiig'cil by Car— A number of Sexton young folks went to Garner Sunday afternoon to see the house that a car driven by Selmer Hanson, Forest City, crashed into and badly damaged and also the car. 27 DAIRYMEN WIN HONOR ROLL PLACE FOR 1930 RECORD Twenty-seven Kossuth dairymen with outstanding herds are listed on the national honor roll of the National Dairy Association for records made during 11.930. Certificates of the award have been mailed and are divided Into three classes, those whose herds averaged 300 to 340 Ibs., 350 to' 3!)9 Ibs. and more than 400 Ibs. R. B. Chambers received the high Kossuth average with eleven Hoi- steins with a year's average of 410.G bs. of butterfat per cow. Ernest Phillips, Algona, Kossuth No. 1 association; Bernard Down- ng, West Bend, West Bend-association and Virgil Loucks; Ledyard, <ossuth No. 3 association are the .esters who kept records and assisted in the management of these ire: Kossuth No. 1—400-lb. class, Qunr- on & Bosworth; 350-lb. class, p. R. Schoby, J. M. Peterson, Andrew Godfredsen and A. J. Keen & Son, Algona; 300-lbs. class, Louis Wehrs- pan, V. J. Dalhauser, Whittemore; A. B. Schenck, Loren Brown, W. J. 3arr, Sumner Parsons, E. R. Collin son and L. S. Young, Algona. West iBencl association — 400-lb. class, R. B. Chambers, West Bend; 300-lb. class, A. J. Brleholz, A. W. Jurgens, C. B. Thatcher, Art Zin nel, R. B. Berninghaus and A. H. Bonnstetter, West Bend. Kosuth No. 3—3'50-lb. class, Stout enberg & Jones, Lone Rock, H. Lampe, Bancroft, and R. H. Walker, S^vea City; 300-lb. class. C. M. Gross, Lone Rock, K. B. Kesler. Annstrong, Albert Krosch, and J. E. felkamp, Ledyard. Herd sizes vary from nine to 33, with the average from 301 to 4)W> pounds of butterfat per cow. The >"> herds listed included 428 cows, with a general average of 343 Ibs. of butterfat that gave their owners a monthly Income of $11.60 per cow during 1930. Even at the present price of butterfat a gross butterfat ncome would be $8.GO per cow now, and the yield would command cream checks that average $136.31 pel month, with a variation of from $70 to $300 depending upon the size o£ the herd. 'OR SALE-^263t'4B, WOOD BROS. threshing machine.—A; B. Lappe, Bancroft. .--.;. lOpM FOR SALE — ROAN SHORTHORN bull. 1 year old.—V. J. Gross, hone 5Ft9.. 12p3fi-37 FOR SAt,E—FIVE USED DELCO light plants.—Bert B. Brown, Llv- ermore, Iowa. 12u28tf Three Pass Grade Exams— Pupils here who have taken eighth rade examinations and passed are Wilbur Steven, Bernard Miller, and Bernard Weaver. Other Sexton. The Aid met at Mrs. Lambert Brethorst's last Thursday with 2t) person's In attendance. Mrs. Jergen Skow, study. WOMEN WILL STUDY HOME FURNISHINGS The county committee for woman's project work had an importan all-day meeting Wednesday, Maj 20, at the Legion hall, Burt. Neale S. Knowles, state leader of the woman's project work, met with the committee. The project selected for 1932 is fourth-year home furnishings. The purpose Is expressed as follows; 1. To promote a spirit of opti hired for the coming year: first grade, Miss Carson; second and third, Helen Aive; fourth and fifth, Cheryll Schowalter; sixth and seventh, Audrey Hastings; home economics, English, and eighth grade, Leona Schultz; music, typing, and general science, Eleanor Lockwood; R. E. Hamquist, principal; and K. L. Grabau. superintendent. Aid Will Ifalio Name Quilt— The entertainment sponsored by the Methodist Aid last week Tuesday wa.s a success and made money. lives at Corwith. Nurse is VisitinK Parents— Irma Arndorfer, R. N., arrived a week ago Saturday from Battle Creek, Mich., where she has been employed a year and a half, and is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer, east of the village. SIM- House Wrecked by Car— There were a nunflier of people here who drove to Garner Sunday to isee a house which was wrecked by young man and a A large crowd was coming and iny all day. Mrs. F. O. Johnson was hostess to j a Forest City car last Thursday._ A | the Aid members Wednesday afternoon, unil plans were made to make a name quilt during the summer months. ISli'ctric Stoves Demonstrated— A (K'lnonstration of electric stoves was given at tin; Electric Shop last Wesley, conducted' Bible Mrs. Brethorst served luncl at 4 o'clock, assisted by her daugh ter Arlene, Mrs. Ferd Brethorst and Edith Greenfield. The' nex meeting will be at Mrs. A. L. Green field's. Thursday, June |1S. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz anc their daughter Frieda drove to Ma .son City last week Wednesday take Mrs. Paetz's sister, Mrs. Btic- holtz, who had been visiting them, as far as Mason City on the way to her home at Hewitt, Minn. A letter since her arrival there reported snow. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Evans, Aurora, Neb., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Packard. Mr. Evans is an uncle of Mrs. Packard. They had previously made a visit near Yankton, S. D., and report snow there. Marie Harris and her mother spent Saturday afternoon at Algona attfmling a mothers' day program given by the telephone girls. Mary Harris is employed at the Algona Marie Harris attended a c'.ass play Wesley last Thursday evening. mism, tolerance, cooperation ISTRAYED—BLACK MARE with four white feet, she Is blind.—Ted Handland, Irvington. 13p37 WORK WANTED, ANY KIND. Experienced In tire nnd service station.—Write box 64, AVest Bend, 15p37-38 FOR SALE—A FEW EXTRA-goort Poland China fall boars,—C. A. Winter, 4 miles southwest of Ln- kota. 17u36-37 FOR RENT—EAST PART OF M. J. Young duplex house; also the vest part. Both modern. — Call 316-J. WANT TO BUY WOOD SILO.—L. H, Crawford, next west junction ilghways 18 and 169,/phone 12F20, Algona. 17FBP37 FOR SALE—ROW BOAT, OARS and equipment. Air tired trailer. Outfit Is In good condition. — Call Advance. HAMILTON COLLEGE, MASON City, Invites you 'to attend the Summer School session opening June 1 and June 8. 18p37 WANTED — 10 BUSHELS POTA- toes and pasture for cattle. For sale: purebred Hereford bull.—Herman Carlson, Wesley. 16FB37-3S HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25t£ FOR SALE—GOLDEN KING SEED corn. Highest 8-year average for northern section Iowa corn yield test. Exceptionally early variety.— F. S. Thompson. 22U37 WANTED — ENERGETIC -MAN with car; steady job canvassing a nationally advertised commodity. For particulars apply J. J. Keller, Box 325, Le Mars, Iowa. 21u37-39 RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SE- cure small herd registered milking Shorthorn heifers at -reduced prices for next month.—Phone 12 on 12, Bancroft.—J. P. Mousel. 25fbp37-40 TRADE—GOOD REBUILT Wagon for alfalfa hay. For sale — three good young milch goats, one fresh, two fresh soon.—Inquire at Algona Woodworks, West- State St., Otto Nelson. 28p37 were 'kilU-d ' Slle accompanied Mrs. Clias. Downs, , ,j ,, ' i the latter'* son Edward, and Mrs. IJsinU Kinploye Visits Here— Leo Tmmerfull is taking a two iv^eks vacation from his dnlie« at the First National bank, Mason Thursday afternoon with a duuen j C'ity, and is .--pending it with his women in uncmlance. The demon-1 parent.s, ifr. and Mrs. Pliilip Immer- strator eoukod moat, cookies, voge-lfnll. tables, i.-tc., and served the food to the guests. Two Hear .Mgonian Speak— Th« Rev. Frank Johnson and K. A. Clemens, Lakota, anil Leon Worden, Ledyard, attended a Brotherhood meeting at Woden Friday evening and report an attendance of about 70 men. George Godfrey, Algona, was the speaker. H. F. Outlined)i I'lider Knife— II. F. Oiitknccht went to Iowa City a week ago Sunday for an examination, and was operated upon last woek Wednesday. The \V. E. Gutkneeljts and J-Jmrna Gutknecht spent the week-end with him and report his condition serious. Attend Meeling of Hunkers— Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Ttahm and Eleanor Kahm attended a bankers' group meetiivg at Spirit Lake luut Thursday. There was a banquet in the evening and a dance. All Kossuth banks were closed for the day. I'icnic will Close School— Irene Kellershon spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth. She is teaching southwest of Algona, and will close her school with a picnic this week Friday. Jewell Seller. An attendance contest which is being- conducted by the local Sun day school is arousing a great deal of interest. There were GO persons in attendance last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John' Wermersen, Algona, and the Harry Merriams, Corwith, were Sunday dinner guests at Harvey Steven's. Pearl .Steven, Rudil teacher, has tome home for the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Harvey Steven. Mary and Marie Harris sang in i\\s choir at Algona baecalaureatt servlc.es at the > Methodist church Sunday evening. Mary Miller is spending a days with her sister-in-law, John Miller. thoughtfulness, and broad vision. 2. Through project work to collectively what cannot be done in dividually. 3. To develop a spirit of self-re sponsibility. 4. Through group study to help to encourage and develop leadership and spirit of fellowship. 5. To strengthen the school dis- •ict, township, and county Farm ureau. 6. To make our homes more at•active at a small cost. The course includes five lessons, •hich will present the following ubjects: chair caning, refinishing urnlture, study of household fab- ics, black printing, designing for ecoration. State fair plans were checked, and he county scored 100 per cent on 10 chart of total of results. Ho\v- ver, there is still work to be done n some of the organization fea- ures. Committee members in attendance fere: Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Line- In township, county chairman; Ira. L. A. Nitz, Ledyard; Mrs. "•rank Wilhelmi and Mrs. Ray Mil- Greenwood; Mrs. Lewis Mc- Vhorter, Portland; Edna Staley and Irs. F. L. Ryerson, Burt; Mrs. Ray "itch, Riverdale; the H. D. A., Murel Body. USED CARS, TIRES, TUBES, trailers, Ford engines, Fairbanks engine, typewriter, radio, Ford parts, Jewett parts, Ford coupe body, Victrola. At the Sales Barn. We trade. —Corey Auto Co. ?^]^1 7 ANYONE~INTERESTED IN o~per- ating the refreshment stand at the swimming pool for the 1931 season must file application at the City Clerk's office before 5 p. m. Thursday, May 28. NOTICE OP~b'lSSOLUTION OF partnership — T'h e partnership heretofore existing between Drs. Kenefick & Crawford having been dissolved, notice is hereby given that all accounts due the firm are payable at the office of Dr. Kenefick. 34u37 Memorial Day to lie Observed— Memurial day services will be held at the Presbyterian chureh Saturday at 10 o'clock. Mrs. ]J. Keyea, Des M'oines, giv the address. Legion services will be cemetery following the held at the program. Ifrs. Nels Nelson Dies- Mrs. Nels Nelson, living west of town, was taken wick with flu last Thursday and died Saturday night. She leaves her husband and one little girl. t'lotliing Kturu Manager — Truman Turley is new manager of the Thaves clothing store after .Mrs. Nennith Has Operation— Mrs. Albert Netiroth.'east of town, had an operation for appendicitis last Thursday morning at the Kos- siuh hospital. •Arenrt Son is Christened— A .son born to Mr. and Mrs. John A rend a.'week ago Saturday was christened James Henry Friday. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, Indiana Harbor, Jnd., and a daughter, accompanied by Mrs. J. L. Raskopf, arrived last week Tuesday by auto, and the Downs family will now make their home here with Mrs. Downs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Raskopf. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer, accompanied by Alfrieda Arndorfar, a deu! made lust week. Ed Tliaves. I l1ravo to nlue Earth Sunday and ' spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. who has Ix-en manager Bankers Lift insurance. will sell Albert Germ;i.nn. Mrs. Gei-mann is a sister of Mr. Arndorfer. Other Lakotil. '• Ueurge Ferstl Sr. and his datigh- Tho AlfreiV'Schencks, Algona, andjter, Mrs. John Kichter, of We.sley, the Ali-t-r Bueckhult.-), Titonka, wore I left .Sunday morning for Cedar Rap- Sunday afternoon guests of the J.iMs to visit another daughter, Mrs. H. \V.-J.rbnrtons. Mrs. Schenk, asj.l"hn Fruehlich, who is critically Elizabeth L'pton, was the first K'u.s- sick. sutli H. D. A. Mrs. Milton Alien and daughter, Mrs. I'azour, of Ueiinond, were gue.sLs of the Art Schissels last week. The Aliens were- formerly managers O t' the local telephone exchange. The J. L. Needhaaus, Emma and Louise Thaves, and the EU Thaves attended commencement exex'cises at Burt' last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and their daughter Mary Helen drove to Manly Sunday to visit Mrs. Arndorfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. l^awrence Cobeen. Mrs. John N. Ludwig and Eleanor Rahm attended a C. D. A. meeting at Wesley last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Everett Steuscy and her mother, Mrs. Jpsephine Rosenmeyer, fev Mrs Undergoes Operation. A. D. Biisborough, Algona, under went a major opoation at the Kos snth hospital laM week Wednesday Mr, Hilt-borough has been in il health for mo"e than a year. Foot Itch Millions Have Athlete's Foot Why suffer from the queer skin disease causing severe Itching ol toes and feet, cracking 1 , peeling akin blisters, Ringworm, Trench Foot or Hand Itch, when you can avoid infection and quickly heal your akin with Dr. Nixon's Nixoderm? Basec on the famous English Hospital formula, discovered by a leading London skin specialist, Dr. Nixon's Nix- oderm acts with amazing- speed, because designed for this particular skin disease. Nixoderm is guaranteed. It must stop itch and quickly heal your skin or the email cost wll be refunded. E. W. LUSBVS S'fOHE mmi HERB QUICKLY ALLAYS PAIN and ITCHIN6 If you suffer from Itching 1 , blind protruding or bleeding Piles you are likely to be amazed at the soothing healing power of the rare, Importci Chinese Herb, which fortifies Or Nixon's Chlnaroid. It's the newes and fastest acting treatment oul Brings ease and comfort In a le\ minutes so that you can work an enjo ;ife while it continues it healing action. Don't de Jay. Act in time to avoid a danger cua and costly operation. Try Dr Nixon's Chlnaroid under our guar antee to satisfy completely and " •worth 100 times the Bmall coat your, money bacfc . E. W. DEUG Farmers' Directory LARGEST and best equipped White Leghorn Farm in northern Iowa. Large 5 and 0-lb. hens mated to Tancred pedigreed cockerels. Big bod- i led chicks that will live. Prices very low, quality considered. Special on heavies. Custom hatching—goose, duck, turkey, and hen eggs. HAMILTON LKGHORX FARM AjS T ]> HATCHERY One mile west and one mile south of Hanerol't, Iowa SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON MAY chicks. Tancred strain S C. W. Leghorn chicks, $0.50 per 100. Custom hatching, $2.25 per 100 eggs. Rush your order. 2 J X> miles south, one mile west of Lone Rock,— Krause Poultry Farm & Hatchery, Lone Rock, Iowa, Phone 472. Attends Bible School. Chicago, May 20 — Edson M. !ross has begun a course O f trailing at the Moody iBible Institute in .he Bible and methods of Christian ,vork, having enrolled for a summer :enn. The school prepares students :or specialized forms of Christian service. Mr. Gross formerly farmed near Algona. Legals NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the action of the stockholders of the Farmers Creamery Company situated at Hobarton, Iowa, at the special meeting held on the third day of April, A. D. 1931, the company is hereby dissolved. Notice Is further given that committee consisting of A. the R. ^rulkshank, L. J. Lowman and C. A, Geilenfeld has been appointed to .lispose of the property of said company and make distribution of the proceeds to the stockholders. (Signed) C. A. GEILENFELD, President. T. A. REID, Vice President. A. R. CRUIKSHANK, Secretary. J. W. WADSWORTH, Treasurer. 3-1-37 Want Ads LOST—PAIIl LIGHT TAN kid gloves.—Call 140. NEW 9u37 WASH FROCKS AT $1.00 to $2.95 each at The Elite Shop. Illu37 FURNISHED APARTMENT rent.—Vera Apartments. FOR 6p37 SALE OF HATS AT $1.00 and J2.50 each at The Elite Shop. 12u3 FOR SALE — HOLSTEIN HERD bull. — Wm. Koestler, Burt 8P3C-38 ALBERT LEA KITCHEN KOOK stove for sale.—G. J. Gukdjiecht 10r>37 HEMSTITCHING COTTON 8c yard silk IQc yard.—The Elite Shop. 10uS' HOW ONE WOMAN Lost 47 Ibs, In 3 Months Feels Years Younger Mrs. S. A. Solomon, of New Bern, X. C., lost 47 Ibs, in 3 months with Cruschen Salts. She reduced from 217 to 170 Jbs. She feels much stronger, years younger and pains n sides, _back and abdomen that jotherod 'her for years are all gone. She says she not only feels better iUt looks better as all her friends tell her. 'I shall never be without xruschen Salts, will never cease taking my daily dose and more :han glad to highly recommended it for the great good that is in it." A bottle of Kruschen Salts that asts 4 weeks costs but 85 cents at E. W. Lusby's and druggists the over. Take one half teaspoon in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast. Attention to diet will help— cut out pastry and fatty meats — go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar •the Kruschen way is the safe way to lose fat. Try one bottle and if not joyfully satisfied — money back. — 3 washer will prove a real champion irv your laundry room T^he New "Challenger",Washer champion cause of peaceful, effortless washdays practical, simple and economical way \ price places it within the reach of tlio of homes. - Whiter Clothes the Modern Way Inside the beautiful porcelain tub the modern fa I vane aluminum agitator quickly forces the through the clothes, a few pieces or a tubful" whole tubful made freah and clean in a surnrU' ly short time. v You'll like the sturdy swinging wringer. It' 8 j. soft balloon rolls quickly remove the Watet ~, I return it through swinging spout to tub. No MI boards to operate ... no tubs to move .. win, 11 swings over all of them. Locks rigidly fa'jjl wringing positions. Equipped with simple control modern tension release and is finished in beamiy I white enamel. Much Greater Value Than lt$| Low Price Indicates Distinctive—Beautiful Here at last is your ideal of a simple, ef f icient and I really good washer at a price which makes session easy. A few dollars down will se now. secure one Call at our store . . . ask us to explain and dot. onstrate the new Challenger Washer . . . there's no obligation. • I Whether your washing is done by the laundry 1 1 washwoman, or yourself, there are worries and «. I penaea from which the Challenger will free you. I Sold by Kohlhaas Hardware "V.- Notice! Chapter 550 of the A. ML B. of A, held a joint meeting with journeyman barbers and shop owners from all over Kossuth, Hancock, Winne* bago and Emmet counties, May 25 at Algona. All barbers present took an active part in discussing present and future barbers' prices, and finally came to the following conclusion: To lower children's haircuts j \ . to 25c, except on Saturdays and days before holidays. This applies to children up to 12 years of age. AH other barber prices remain standard. All shops will come back to the standard price, Thursday morning, May 28. CHAPTER 550 A. M. B of A. Use the Advance Want-Ads ForQuick R e \Ve repair« screen old '/ or m ake frames. IRON

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