Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1931 · Page 6
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tE SIX Kidney Acids. Break Slee 1 •>« Getting Vp -Nights, Snckach •wauent day call*. Jjeg Palps, N*rv oumW.'M', or Burning, due to function «1 BlAdder Irritation, In acid condi tlons, makee you feel tired, depress And discouraged, try the CyBtexTf.nl. •Works fast, starts circulating thn the system In 15 minutes. Praised b.v thoiuvuida for rapid and positive action. Don't give up. TryCystex (pronounced SlM-tex) today, under the Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must ciulckl> alfay these conditions, Improve re:; ful sleep and enercy, or, money bacr Only. <0o at '"IE. W. IPSBT'S DHPO STOKE SLEEPY FEELING AFTER COOL WEATHER WELCOMED AT ST, BENEDICT St. Benedict, July 7 — Everyone here Is feeling much belter since the weather changed to cooler with the good rains of last week Wednesday nnd Saturday. The rain on the Fourth spoiled muny people's plans, but gardens and pastures look much better for it, and so does the corn, which Is growing rapidly, the outlook never having been better for a bumper crop. The farmers are through cultivating and are now MEALS DUE TO POISON i wiikinK "*»•• smny wl " " e(?in hftr- v»> w 1111 1? pn H v ;A Jopey, tired feeling Is ALWAYS a sign that wnstr food matter stays too long in the bowels. It ferments and. forms gas. It brewls germs* It is'sure to poison heart, kidneys, brain. Adlerita wasluvs out BOTH upper and lower bowel. It brings out pota- oiVS which cause gas, nervousness and a dopey, sleop'y feeling:. It contains no'harmful'drugs. Get Artlcr- ikp today; by tomorrow you feel the vesting early oats lute this week. Krnnk Hutu-Ilka Suffers Stroke^— .Mrs. Anna Huschka., Eleanor find Louise Husehka dr< v IUVERNE COUPLE HAVE SON BORN AT HARTMAN HOSPITAL Lu Verhe, July 7—Announcement of the-,birth of a daughter .tune IS to Mr. and Mrs. E. D. L'oyell, Elkhorn. Wis., at the Janeaville, Wis., hospital with which Dr. B. C. Martman, formerly of Algona, Is connected, have been received. The baby has been named Dorothy Marie. Mr. Lovell Is a former l,u Verne postmaster, furniture dealer, and undertaker. MANY LEAVING DETROIT; WORK HARD TO FIND to r.radford Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank HuHchka. Mr. Huschka had H. slight strok; recently, but is now feeling well ami up and around. Miss Kahm drove on to ties'Moinos to spend Suiiiiiiy. ,los. Sr. \Ml natiKltter— wonderful cleansing-.offpot of this | Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahm Sr. Gorman doctor's simple remedy. 10. i drove to Claremont, Minn., Sunday W. Lu^by, Druggist. — U j to visit n daughter, Mrs. Fred Mulr **,^^m*,^—^m*m—~m^ i t-i't. The Mulert.s formerly had a ' store here, but moved to a Minnesota farm. Mr. Kabm says a recent ! hailstorm there danwg.ed the oats i biidly.' §<Hcr be patching tip the granary in spare time... you'll icon be toe busy! It isn't going to be long before the hum of the thresher is heard. You know what that HURRY ! HURRY '. HUUI'.Y! Remember, you can do it 'or Cess if you do it NOW ! ' First thing you know you'll be gchiiUlcd for a .Roliti run and no tirnu to do the f'.::mn up Ihut must ill ways he done before harvest. BOTliKOIlD 1. M. .1. Tool, .1 COMPANY A.IROMU Cashi<T in Visit— •Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Van Erde- wyk, of Breda, spent the Fourth i and Sunday with the Kahms and j Hnskopfs. Mr. Van Krdewyk, many • years ago, was cashier of the Peo| pie's .Savings brink here. He now : luis a big bank at Breda. I _____-» ! f»nnght(>r for XaginiK Rahms— j Mr. and Mi-s. Magnus Rahm are j parents of a girl, born Saturday, | ..Iune 27. weight 7& pounds. She has been named Marilyn Verona. Sexton, July 7—-Mr. and Mrs. A. Greenfield and Edith enjoyed a Islt last Thursday evening from Ir. and Mrs. Frank Wetzell and nughters Evelyn and Doralne, De- roit, Mich. The Wetzolla are mov- ng to Olivia, Minn.: Mrs. Wetzell Is niece of ( Mrs. Greenfield. They re- ort the times very bad in Detroit. here are so many who are unable o get work, and great numbers are eaving. Four other families are gong to points in Minnesota, and the Ive loaded a car for Olivia. Mr. Vetzell will try to find work around JHvla, and i: unable will rent a ottage at some lake for the reBt of he summer. Mr. Wetzell was an ngineer for a dredging company ,nd had been working near Detroit ive years. They aleo visited anoth- r aunt of Mrs. Wetzetl, Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona. LOST 20 IBS. OF FAT IN JUST 4 WEEKS Mrs. .Vine \Vt;.«t of St. I,»uis. Ma, writes: "I'm only t'N yrs. old and woisbt-il 170 Itxs. until taking one box of your Kru.sohcn Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh ISO His. I also have mori 1 i-nergy and furthermore I've never had a hungry moment." Ftu folks should take one half teaepuwnful of Kruseben SalUs in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast—an SS rent bottle lasts 4 \veek.s—you can i;'et Kruschen al R. VV. I.usbys or any drug store in AmfHcti. If not joyfully satisllf-tl after the first bottle— money back. Two New (ilrls Arp Horn— Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bentele are parents of a girl, born last week Wednesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ivollasch also have a new girl. Tills is Mr. and Mrs. Bentele's second eliild, anil Mr. and Mrs. Kollaseh's first. Summer Services at Ohnreh— During the hot summer months services at the local Catholic church Sunday will be high maws at 7:30 a. in. ana low mass at 10 a. m. Jl^lenscd— Lorraine Arndorfer, who recently bad an oix-nitton for appendicitis at the Ivossutb hospital, returned to her home last week Wednesday. August KinniniPl Is Strlcknn— August Bmanuel who is working for Mrs. Joseph Rahm Jr., had a slight stroke last week Tuesday, but is up and about work again. SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT FROCTOLOGY .Mrs. Sliulor Hurt In Fall— Mrs. G. G. Studer fell down cellar one day last week, and suffered gashes in her face and head, besides many bruises. Erioksons Have Family Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erlckson held a family reunion Sunday at their home here, and the children were- all at home. Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Coju-sultation without cost. 218-219-220 First > National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf e YELLOW PENCIL •with the DBAND wine We are handling the best grades of twine ,at the lowest possible price. Be Sure and Place Your Order With Us Now. COAL Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwnrd Ffeffer, Des Moincs, and son Junior are on their vacation, spending a few days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John \Vitte, and with relatives and friends at Corwith. They are leaving for Olweln Tuesday, where they lived before going to Des Moines. Mr. 1'feffer is employed by the Western Bell Telephone Co. at lies Moines. Christine and Adelhaide Kii-'en- barth, who are employed at Al- Kona, spent a week ago -Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isa dove Blsen)>arth, and sister Mrs. l-.mil-F. Amdorfer. The William Klchs drove to Hal bur a week ago Sunday to visit relatives and friends. Mr. ICich is the- local manager of the Farmers IClevator and Grain company. Mrs. A. J. KVhr, Mrs. Annn Huschka, and Mrs. William Arn dorter spent last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fehr's mother Mrs. Ilose Arndorfer." Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs am their daughter Marice Ann spen Sunday evening with Mr. Downs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downs, of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. John Neuhaus, o Karlville, drove up to spend the Fourth and Sunday with the for mer's father, Joseph Brunlng. Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer .son Philip, and daughter Marie wer Sunday dinner guests of Mr. anc Mrs. William Reding, St. Joe. Banker E. F. Rahm and his fam lly left Friday by auto for Sout' Dakota to spend the Fourth wit relatives, returning Monday. The John Arends drove to Ren sen Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs Dominic Nellis. Mrs. Nellis is sister of Mr." Arend. Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen, of Manly, came- last week Tuesday to spend a week with her daughter, Mrs. Julian Arndorfer. Mrs. William Meyer and Mrs. John L/miwig entertained their Larkin club hist Thursday afternoon. A number of St. Benedict folks drove to Spencer a week ago to see the ruins of the fire. Klla Simons and Eleanor Thissen. of Algona, spent Sunday with Ella's mother, Mrs. Mary Simon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Overhelm, of Corwith, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Studer. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer spent Sunday afternoon with Mr, and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer, Jars in Crash at Corner- Oscar Hammond came near hav- ng a serious accident last Thurs- ay.afternoon. Driving slowly, he; vtis turning onto main street here vhen a car from New Jersey driven .t great speed crashed Into the side f his car. Two holes wore cut in jis front tires and the left front ender was cut in two. The New ersey car suffered a hole in a tire, nd the front and back fenders were ent, also the side of the car, and he right hind bumper was broken oose. There was an argument as D who was to pay the damages, nd an officer was called from Alona. It was finally decided that ach should stand the repairs on Ms wn car. Surprise Honors Charles Ainley— A surprise party was given In onor of Charles Ainley a week ago lunday, when SO relatives and riends arrived to celebrate his ilrthday. Attending were Mrs. 31iza Ann Uren and the David Bentleys, Sioux City; the Harry Davis family, Nemaha; the Wiliam Urens, Early; Mrs. Irene Sipes, ,tr. and Mrs. Samuel Uren, Dick Uren, and hfe daughters, ot Spen- ,er; Mr. and -Mrs. Dennis Lanahan, .Irs. Ethel Mulvihill and a son, and :arl Pederson, of Newell. New P. C- EJfevafor Manager— Leslie Huff has been appointed imnager of the Plum Creek elevator to take the place of Charles Pooch who had been manager for several ears. At the present writing Mr. Pooch has not decided what he will do. JOHN OSBORN, EARLY SENEGA SETTLER, DIES Seneca, July 1 —John Thomas Osborn, one of Seneca's early settlers, was laid to rest In the local Lutheran cemetery. He died at his home last week Tuesday morning, following a long Illness with Internal cancer. Funeral services were conducted at the home at 1 o'clock by the Rev. S. O. Sande and at Z o'clock at the Methodist church, Penton, where the Rev. J. T. Snyder, pastor, was in charge. Mr. Osborn was born at La Porte City, Blackhawk county, October '3, 1868, and was In his 63rd year 1 at death. The cancer which caused his death first gave trouble last fall, but its nature was not recognized till late In the winter. Early in March Mr. Osborn and his wife went to Waterloo, where examination by doctors revealed the situation,'and an operation was performed. For a time there was marked improvement, nnd In three weeks Mr. Osborn was.brought home. Improvement continued after the patient's return, but later the disease returned and he sank slowly to the end. • Mr. 'Osborn grew up on his father's farm In Blackhawk county, and in March, 1891, with his brother William, came to Seneca township On his own land John built a house and there he was married to Anna L. Thompson on June 27, 1893, by the Rev. H. Ward, of Bancroft. Nln< children were born, of whom five survive: Mrs. William Brown, Arm strong; Mrs. Otto Kelly, Swea City Edith Greenfield Sprains Anftle— Edith Greenfield is improving, after having an . ankle and foot sprained while playing ball at a iunday school' picnic at Algona a week ago. She was not able to walk for several days, but te able to et around now. (Mgonians in Picnic, Here— A number of Algona people had a picnic on the Fourth at Albert Grosenbachs: the A. A. Bishops, the Frank Thorpes, the E. R. Risings, md the Walter Wnitneys. Other Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz drove to Chicago a week or so ago and re- j turned late Thursday night, bringing their two daughters, Freda and Helen, who had been visiting for a couple of weeks with Mrs. Alfred Faulkner, formerly Margaret Ferrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise, sons Frank and Loyd, Mrs. G. B. Wise, daughter Nell, and Edith Greenfield spent Sunday afternoon at Arch Berger's, near Burt. Alberta Grosenbach spent the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosenbach. She is attending summer school at Cedar Falls. Ruth Miller and Philip Thornton, Sioux City, attended church at Algona Sunday morning and spent the afternoon with Lucille Malueg. Lyle McEnroe, Chicago, is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McEnroe. The John Millers spent the Fourth at Alex Miller's, also Roy Johnson, of Mason City. Philip Thornton, Sioux City, was a week-end visitor at W. Z. Miller's. Earl, Clarence, and Pauline, a home. There are three sisters an two brothers: Mrs. T. T. Turner, La Porte City: Mrs. George Stanley Wisconsin; Mrs. C. H. Lowe, Bar ron, Wis.; William, of Seneca; am Charles, of Sacramento, Calif. Fou grandchildren also survive. Air. Osborn joined the Methodis church in hie youth and was' still i member at death'. Six nephews wer pallbearers at tfte funeral: Linus George, and Mlllerf Jensen, Roy an'< Charles Osborn,' and Kenneth Thompson. Relatives from a dis tance in attendance- were: Mr. am Mrs. George Garfoot, Mora,. Minn daughter Beth, and STrs. T. T. Tinner, La Porte City. Suffers Fall Down Cellar— Mrs. Ed Anderson; north' of Sen eca, stepped into an op'en cellarwa; last' week Tuesday evening- anxl" fisl down the steps eight feet to the bot torn. She suffered many bruise besides a crippled ankle- and' knee and was confined to her bed a fe\ days, but is able to lie: up now though she is wearing ' splints o her left leg. Hospital Patient Oomes- Home— Mrs. Hans Wilberg Si-, wa- brought home last Thursday from hospital at Fairmont which' she en tered recently for examination an observation. Her illness' was diag nosed as diabetes. A daughter, Mr Manno Pederson, is helping with'tli housework and caring for' lie mother for a few weeks. Roy Osborns Have Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn- b'ecam parents of an 8-lb. girl July 3. They have named her Dorothy Ann. Mrs: Henry Rasmussen is caring for mother and baby and doing- the housework. This makes two boys and a girl for the Osborns. to Hidebound Royalty Metabew ot the royal family were at drat, reluctant to travel by rail! writes a^olumnlst In the Manchester Guardian. Qncen Victoria did not Wake her first journey tm s til June, 1842, when »he traveled from London to Windsor in the •Royal Mail Road Carriage" constructed two years previously in a spirit of loyal anticipation, The queen disliked high railway speeds, and on her,Journeys to Balmoral never exceeded 20 wiles an hour. According to tradition, the prince consort was on one occasion known to request "Not so fast next time, Mr. Conductor, please." In France It was even harder to Induce royalty to travel by the newfangled method of conveyance. When Louis Philippe proposed to travel to Rouen by t special train in 1843 his trinlsters were struck with consterriatlon-lMMl. held a special cabinet meeting. They came to the conclusion that the railway was not safe enough for the transport of ,the royal person, and the king had recourse to post horses. WandUrfel Nim« Visitors to • the city ^of Nlmes In the -south of France make it a point to see the Pont da. Orati. and they are generally directed to make It a point' to see the mighty span at- twilight. >•• Like all -great Roman remains it belongs to the twilight. The gorge will (old Itself into a strange silence and solitude at that hour. Three tiers high the vast bridge seems to know that it Is one of the greatest stone monuments In the world, a fellow of the Pyramid, or Stonehedge or with the mysteries of Easter island. It has a masculine beauty. There is nothing delicate about it, except the thought that its huge yellow blocks of conduit stones carried for centuries the silver liquor of two springs to the 'peoples of Nimes. WantAch WANTED rtge, 'A. FtANO FOtt Slot- FOtt Plngley. HOMfi, 8utt FOR RBNt — TWO KOOMS light housekeeping;. Call 4CI-W, flu 42'4;i WANTBfi — HqUSEJWOttK. l FO1t part or ful tln>9. Cnll, ' • WANTBD — work;—Guy MAN M. ptmoml, 9 1(4-3 FOR HA'Lt3 -- FORDSON TRAC tor In gcotl condition. C. A, snm OR • 7-HOOM njfliflcrn house August 1.—Inquire at Advance. '•-.-• ';"- Christian Advance. permanent WANW home. Call l'X)R SALK — s'BtHtVKR FLOR- ence oil stove with b^ !•: ,for $8. Nelson Hardware. _^^__ 13u43 FOR RENT — FURNISHED light housekeeping rooms;—Mrs. ,1. H. Riddle, 202 fe. College'. • 12p43 WANTED — PRACTICAL NURS ing or ;\vbfii".;.by/.-y\o-'. : diiy. MrH ' .Jeannette YOU'VE TRIRD TUB -RKST, XO\V try the best! U-e cream home made at the AlBonquin. 15u4l "POPULAR puicKp STIJDIO—10 photos !lOc, Films developed rea iioiinhln. Over Stenle stori. IJ 14rgg,^ofk tftWe, A^ sd iko"«n*ilcif A Ford couch.. Cotl ' broken tri^ride itnrf to drive RMl'f-Ol'MHXT. If honest, ambitious.' willing to work for $a3- to $50 weekly, write live goodness __ like a party ,u a i'->r better lo f . cream. OR *• 00 otm own F. E. SAWYER KT1 HIOHT FOUND — POCKETBOOK, Owner can haye by proving property and paying for advertisement.— Theodore. S waive. __ ^ ____ ' . ' ___ _14p43 FOR SALE CHEAP — 5 BURNER built in oven Perfection oil range for |3v> if taken at once. Nelson Hardware. . . 19u48 ___ FOR SALE — SEVERAL residence lots; also my property on McGregoi 1 Henry Baler. CHOICE residence street. — 15p42 FOR SALE—CASE 22-40 TRAC- tor; 4-bottom Grand Le Tom- plow. In A-1 condition.—Otto Wille, .Lu" Verne. llip42-43 Ben«fic«nt Father Nile When flood conditions nre favorable, the retreatinc waters leave the whole valley of the Nile covered .thickly with black rich mud. No plow fs necessary, as a rule. Seed wheat Is thrown on to the.soft , mnd, trodden or raked in, and the MIUDLE-AGKb WOMAN^ WANTS worm tropical sun does the rest for tlie farmer. The grain grows and matures rapidly, clear from weeds, and easily harvested. ' Thus Egypt is free from the menace of diry seasons—the curse of the East—and Is, excepting in very rare circumstances, certain to have good; cropsv' "Corn fi» Egypt," came to- have a proverbial meaning through « wide section of semitropical country, when there was shortage of wheat ei'sewTrere. work as 'housekeeper. References furnished. Mrs. Lemuel Stockwell. Phone 4S:i-\V. ' I,3u43 MADE FROM CHOICE CREAM, milk and eggs, sugar and flavor. That good home made ice cream at the Algonquin. 17u45 FOR SALE On HIRE—OOO'JT 32- in. A-1 threshing rig, complete.—| Tom Held, phone 1DF23, Algona. 3915 Lone Rock. 17p43 vty, OLDER, Declaration Independence De«dl City «f Hoorn « Hoorn is- one of the so-called "Mead; cities"' of tfte' Zuyder zee. Jtrt wlio' visit Hie (lun'nt «rtd place should' recall tl'mt in- 1010. WHIem Scnouten,. one 1 of the-"greatest- of oi'tf Dutch navigators;, was tfie first Oo- double- Gape- Horn,, which is named' after his native- town. Hoorn Is- a' quiet, out-of-tUe-way place and suggests little 1 tod'ay *f the enterprising and flourishing port it WHS in the days of Dutch sea power. The- ffne' old' Stadnulsy its- guest houses, churches,, orphanages all seem apparition* ftomi the Seventeen HV eentury.. PILES m {trotrudlngr or bleeding Piles you are! likely to be amazed at the soothing; healing, power of the rare, imported Chinese Herb, which fortifies' Dr. Nixon's Chinarold. It's the newest and fastest acting treatment out. Brings ease and comfort in a few; minutes so that you can work arid •njoy life while it continues its soothing, healing action. Don't delay. Act in time to avoid a dangerous and costly operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Chinarold under our guarantee to satisfy completely and ba worth 100 times the email cost or your money back. E. W. LOBBY'S DHUG STORE Mutual insurance i« older than the Declaration of Independence . .. older than the constitution of the United States. The firtt mutual insurance company was formed by Benjamin Franklin in 1752. Shortly afterward the Mu- 'tual Assurance Society of Virginia came into existence. George Washington was one of the first members. • From that'early: start, mutual insurance hnt today become one of the most _ substantial businesses in America. Save 25% Th. N.llonil Clll. i«ni Mutuili IMH • H forms cf •uti- moblU tniurinctit an lmmedlit<M*{n( pf2S%.S<eauritcnl in your town or writ; ui direct for Ml). pUle detllll. •s / NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS NATIONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL OOTf•HIM, Jfinn. FUND LA BARRE & FALKENHAfl THE ALGONA"INSURANCE AGENCY First door north of Iowa State Bank FhOMi . Other Seneca N«ws Mr. and Mrs. William Osborn, the former's sister, Mrs. T. T. Turner, end Mrs. Charles Osborn motored to La Porte City Friday to take home Mrs. Turner, who had been here for a week.prior to her brother John's death. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sornnson, of Minneapolis, spent the week-end' th local relatives. Mrs. Sorensoiv was formerly Florence Cooper: Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason, their son, and Mrs*. Manno Pederson and a son, all of Minneapolis, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen went to Ames Friday to visit MVs: Jeni- sen's tiister, Mrs. Alfred E'nness.. fliUlJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH I Mail a Want to Fill a Want Recallse of the Advance's count) wide circulation, want advertising In this pater to exceptionally pruDmalTe. At the »»»« M Is Inexpensive. Replies often cost the advertiser lesN than' a cent apiece. Note—Except Inn* "nxtiteri." any kind of iidtertUhl "(| In the Name type as the news is a "want ad." You «want" to sell us well as buy, yon "want" tn tradi*. y«u "want" to rent t MsilJ »r farm, ye* ^waml" to take cows to pasture, etc. All suck advertising is called "want" •ilvVrtUlnff by newspapers. Cleaner-Pressed* Repaired *a Elk Cleaners and Tailors Pboue MO Trench Foot •towar* Athlete's Pool ..Why suffer from the queer akin disease causing- severe itching of ! A good grade of coal for threshing. Let us ship your livestock. Phone us for dates. We pay top prices for grain. FARIERS' ELEVATOR CO. • HOBARTON [OND BEID, Phone 36P1. "Protperoui" on $100 • Year A prosperous Chinese farmer In the Shanghai region supports a family of six on an Income of $100 a year, American money. He spends 22 cents a day to feed the whole family. In this district the farm averages two-fifths of an acre, an<3 most of the farmers own the sol] either In whole or In part.—World's Work. Under the Baa in SUm Men wearing plus fours and worn en without stockings we not mltted to the royal palace or the ttables of the sacred white elephants in Slam. Members of world cruise, recently returned,' ported this edict of the Slanteie Nicotine Substitute toes and feet, cracking, peeling akin. bUateru, Ringworm, Trench Foot or Hand Itch, when you can avoid In**£ t .! 0 5v an _J, Quickly heal your skin „ , , . . , , , with Dr. Nixon's NUoderm? Baaed Owing to the high cost of nicotine on the famous English Hospital for[is an Insecticide, scientists lu the | S™^?>«w«2»red>,a_ leading_Lon- ureau of chemistry and soils have evolved neonlcotlne, obtained from crude dipyrldyl. As a substitute for nleotlnw It has been found to te even more deadly to insects than natural nU-otlne. I fci. W. LUSBY'S DUUG STORE ^des'ened; for this particular »~-3 o'sease. Nixoderm la guaranteed. « imist .twitch amAuS >>FUMTRADE-1OME BLLEBIPD DIAMOND KINGS The perfect quality of each Bluebird Registered Diamond enable* us to give full purchase price in allowance for a larger bluebird. A diamond investment of certainty, guaranteed tnd re<_ They're perfect, Fred W, Wehler & Co, Jeweler* and Optometri«ts Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week - We Do Not Charge Want Ads - Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILt IT Your Name , _. _.__ Address 1 „ .— How many weeks is advertisement to run? _„ ___ Amount enclosed $ •>TM±«£!t fKr^JS'^.^j*!"' ?•* i*""-.«*«•««•* *•»* *« »•»•» where. Advance by „ o'clock Tues.ay morning Entry KEeiSTERED it * 9*ouiM num. or g Half Rates for County Farm Bureau Member. (Minimum: ifc a week.) ' . .- 1 S»^tt^8Sgi^TOBMF * Certificate ; ^

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