PAOfi 8TX KOSStf TH dOtWW ADVANCE, ALQdNAj 1QWA LAKOTA WOMAN HAS BIG BEAR AS A VISITOR Dakota, August 4 — The Rudolph McKInneys, Minneapolis, nrrlved (it Lakota last week Monday, after spending the past five weokw on a business and pleasure trip In western states. They visited the Black Hills and Yellowstone park. While at.4he park Mr. McKinncy went out one'mornlng to get some fish for breakfast, nnd Mrs. McKinney was badly frightened when a big black bear ripped open the tent and walked In. When Mrs. McKinney screamed the hear appeared as frightened as she. and it quickly disappeared. They report no crops in many places in the Dakotas, and the grasshoppers had cut the heads off of hundreds of acres of grain in other parts. Farmers were cuttbag the straw for hay. Mr. McKinney left Monday afternoon on a business trip to Albert Lea and Austin, and Mrs. McKinney visited relatives till the middle of the week when be returned, and they left for home. TheJr little daughter, Mary CerolH, stayed here with relathos while they were gone. Mrs. McKinney is the eldest daughter ot the Will Nobles. Reunion of Smiths Is Hold— The A. Q. Smiths, tho Otto Koppens, and Bob Clemans went to Red- Wood Falls. Minn.. Sunday to attend a family reunion. Other relatives present were-the G. H. Cloiters and the Annis Glelters. of White. S. D.. the S. A. Juliuses and the- IS. Julius- es,'of Morris, Minn., the II. C. Fiirr- ingtons, of Montgomery, the Wnltoi- MMggg [NEW NEW RAGING SYSTEM AT FAIR Des Moines, Special—The new barrier system of starting horse races is to be inaugurated for tlio first time this summer In the $20,000 harness and running race classics which will headline the Iowa State Pair for five days, August 2!l, 81, September 1, 2 and 3. This new system does away with ileloys in starting races and speeds up the afternoon's program by at least a half hour, officials declare. The horses will start behind a rubber tape barrier which does away with the unnecessary scoring under the old method of starting. One of the largest entry lists in many years will start in the state fair speed classics this summer with the prospect of several new records being set. STORM STALLS MANY CARS ON NO, 18 PAVING Sexton, Aug. '1—This section of the county WHS blessed Saturday evening with ruin. In some parts it * accompanied by a strong wind Madnbeir/rs. Revillo. S. D.. and .Mr. j which lu.ld corn flat. The rain beat and Mrs. Hans Cbristonsen. St-<nd-;down so hard that many cars were os G. H. Cilei-! stranded, sis many as 1!i being berg. S. D. ter, S. A. .Tuliiis. Ii. ('. Farririfiton. and Otto Koppen are datightcrs of the Smiths.- Former fjiikotans In Visit— The Robert Hamlltons visited ;it the John Hills ;it Klmore one last week. Mr. Hill had recently returned from a hospital :it Mnn- kato following an opeartion for gall bladder trouble. The Hills lived for many years on the Hamilton farm northeast of town. Mr. Hill's health has not been good, and two years ago they bought a .small place just west of Rlmore. where they built a modern home. Mr. Hill was clerk of Lincoln township foi of years. stranded between the railroad crossing east of Sexton and Wesley. There were five cars owned by threshers in the McAuley yard, nnd not one of them could be started after the storm. It took till !) day I o'clock to get them ready for travel again. STATE FAIR TO BE i ICE.U VACATION I Des Moines, Special—This year's 1 Iowa State Fair slogan will be "tha i greatest vacation value In the mid- west", and present Indications are that it will more than live up to Its ambitions in this respect, A five million dollar show will be offered for an admission charge of <"0 cents in the huge 300-acre ex- poaitioi;. tra«t during the eight days and nights from August 26 through Fair officials point GRAVEL GANG IS COURTEOUS ATM HOPE Good Hope, Aug. 4—The Donnelly Construction company, of Gllmore City, with Us crew of people^'whlch has been tit work from the McMahon gravel pit, east of Good Hope church, finished work Saturday and moved to a new location Monday. This group has been exceptionally agreeable to have around. While hustlers at the pit and on the road, they have not been in too much of a hurry to be courteous and considerate of the rights of drivers of other vehicles. For an hour during a funeral service at the church last week Wednesday the trucks remained Idle, on order of Messrs. Donnelly. It is a preasure 'to express grateful appreciation of considerate act. this Crop Returns Low Price- It the good weather 'holds out, •threshing will be completed in this neighborhood this week. Some runs are already through; others have but a. job or'two remaining. The yield of oats was varied, the lowest we have .heard of being 20 bushels, the highest 50. The low yield was on land for which the tenant is paying $5 an acre cash. Figure out, If you can, how at present prices the renter Is going to make any net income on that crop. The fact Is that few if any fields of oats will this year pay the cost of production, ff they have to be sold on the present market. Thus groweth rich and waxeth fat landlord and tenant on landed estate under a paternal capitalistic government! Sirs. Effen Tjjwh-n Is Buried— Funeral services 1 for Mrs. Ellen September 4. out that with paved roads, cheap] TJ'aden, wftoso eternise was noted In gasoline, and greatly reduced rates, j last week's paper, were' field 1 at the on all railroads,, an entire family Good Hope church last week Mrs. Eii Knlil's Stslor PIISWPK— Mrs. Rd Kahl received n message the first of last wec-k sf.'.tiiiK that ! I<«'n.v< her • sistor, Mrs. ICtti Dc-nwl, Forest City, w.i s critically ill. Mrs. Denzel filed.Wednesday afternoon sifter n (Inisslioppcrs Invade Mlnnosot:!— The Pater McEnroes, Hewitt, Minn., were last week Monday to last Thursday guests of tho James AU'I^nrues. Peter reported grass- huppors thick ii. his neighborhood, but they had destroyed only the poorer crops. They .seem to prefer number i summer tallowed land. Where they I attacked crops they ale everything 'and the ground looked like a plowed field when they passed on. for Wissrmisin Visit— Mrs. (1. B. Wise, her son William, Houston. Tex., the Mack Wise family, and Mrs. Archie Berger, near four months illness with dropsy. She was BO years old. and is survived by her'husband. Two children preceded her in death. Funeral services were held Friday. Mrs. Kahl went from Fm-e.st City to Fort Dodge, and came to Algona Sunday afternoon, •where Mr. Kahl met hc-r. "North End fiolfMN Victors— Some time ago the Ujngsted solf players challenged the North Kos- •suth golf club to a tournament, which challenge w;us accepted and the tilt played Sunday on the course •at the junction of highways 160 and 9, six miles west of Dakota. Eighteen men from each club played and North Kossutb won. A good crowd followed the players. Heavy Rain Misses T.iiUoia— Ed Thaves and Maynard ITkena were in Mason City Saturday and ran into a heavy rain and electrical storm en route home on the paving. Many cars were stalled by excess water. Dakota and vicinity had only 'a light shower, which dried up by 9 o'clock next morning. Broupht Affects the Dakotas— The Rev. Mr. Frerking and family returned from Marion, S. D., last week after a visit with his brother Ernest. HP reports the country suffering from drought. Many fields of oats yielded only one bushel to the, acre., and pastures are a-s bare as the road. Blacksmith Breaks Bone in Hand— Ed. Undprduhl, local blacksmith, had the misfortune last week to drop a piece of iron on his right hand, breaking a bone. The hand may have to be put in a cast. Titonka, left Monday morning to visit (lie Joseph U'ise family in central Wisconsin. Joseph, also a son it' Mrs. Wise, formerly lived between Titonka and Hurt, leaving two years ago. 1'nstor Away on Vacation— There was no preaching here Sunday morning. The Rev. Mr. Moore, pa.stor. is spending a two weeks outing at lakes in Wisconsin, and Mrs. .Moore and the daughter, Lulu Moore, Lincoln. Neb., are with him. At Sunday school there was an attendance of 39. Athlete's Font Troubles (Jtrl— Lois Sweet has been having a serious time of it with athlete's foot. She was at the swimming pool at Ahyonn some weeks ago, and has been having tho trouble most of the time ever since. Methodist Old Meets Today— The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Harvey Steven. It was supposed to meet on tho 13th, iut the date was changed because the Stevens plan to make a trip to Illinois soon. Accident. Victim Brought Home- Jerry Ukena and the. children went to Mankatu 'Sunday and Mrs. Ukena, who has been in the hospital there since a car accident three weeks ago .came home with tllem. Barley Heard In Boy's Eye— Little Paul Ukena got a barley beard in his eye last week while playing around the threshing machine. His eye had to be bandaged. Other Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. William Warburton, of Omaha, came Sunday to spend their vacation with bus parents, the Samuel Warburtons, at Swea City Sunday. They all came to the Ous Torines, where they were joined by the .1. H. Warburtons, Mrs. N. E. Noble and the Perry Torines, and all enjoyed a picnic supper. Mrs. Frank Johnson's parents, the Prlnglas, her sister Naomi, of Knoxville, and a cousin. Marilyn, of Detroit, came Saturday for a visit with the Johnsons. The Pringles returned home Monday, but the sister, who is on vacation, will visit here this week. She is taking nurse training in Des Moines. Week-end guests of the John Leisvelds were Dr. and Mrs. R. V, Brant, of Olaremont. Doctor Brant was at one time a resident of Lakota. and Mrs. Brant is a duughtei of. the George Steinmetzes, who formerly lived,west of town. The Itev. and Mrs. Johnson and their guests went to the Okobojis Sunday and spent the day at tho Bible conference, which is being held at the Methodist camp this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gauche, of Bancroft, and Elizabeth Schiltz, of Bellevue, were, visitors at the George Winter home Sunday. The women are former schoolmates. Mrs. George Altizer and Mrs. Harold Pierce entertained the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday. Plans were made for a sauerkraut ,cla.y stand. J^r. aad Mrs. Will Thaves and son Clydq spent the week-end at Mason X3Uy visiting relatives. can come to the fair, spe'nd several days in viewing and enjoying its- thousands of educational and entertainment features,, and the entire outing will not cost more than, a few dollars. The program of exhibit and entertainment features this, summer is one of the most interesting and elaborate ever announced^ by the-1 fair. Among the educational high, lights will be: Over 6,000 head of prize, livestock, valued at more than, two million dollars, a statewide boys; and girls' 4-H club congress with 2,000' fnrnv youngsters particiapting,. the "Statewide women's exposition, 41,000' square feet of agricultural displays, including grain, garden produce,, and prize fruits from all parts ot the state, a mid-season, auto show,, displays by the leading schools and colleges of the state, the. low* Fish and Game exhibit, 40 acres .of farm equipment arid machinery,, and the Iowa Art salon. Eight days and nights ot continuous entertainment features have been provided including:, auto, races, horse races, daily autogiro flights, a complete hippodrome and: circus performance each, afternoon, and evening, eleven bands,, orchestras and drum corps, society horse shows, an evening open-air spectacle, "The World On Parade", fireworks display every night,, and. numerous state tournaments and, contests throughout tlie period of the fair. Children's Day this year will be 'Friday, Aug. 28, and all boys and , girls under 15 will be admitted free. Farm Bureau. Day will be Monday, Aug. 31, with nationally- prominent speakers, coming to the- to discuss current agricultural Wednesday at 2' p. m., the Rev. Allen Wood officiating-. Music WHS furnished by Mrs. Opal -Morrison and' her brother, Woodrow Sarchett, who sa,ng Safe in the Arms' of Jesus, God' Be" With- You Till' We Meet Again,, and" B'euutffuT Isle- of Somewhere. Interment was- made in the Union township cemetery on tlte 1 Annls farnr, where Mi-.. TJad'etD was- lai'd' to rest" iiv 1'9T4'.. Other ScxtoB. Mr. and Mrs. William Sabin, Chicago, arrived Sunday for a few days it George Amun's. They are also calling on Mrs. J. W. Roadinger at Mercy hospital, .Mason City, where she underwent an operation a week o. Mrs. Roadinger is improving though slowly. Emery Grosenbach, Dolph Miller Paul Black, Jos. Jordan, Charles Lindhorst, and Clifford Worstei spent Sunday at Cedar Falls with Alberta Grosenbach and Pauline •ind Florence Black, attending summer school there. The George Schlcks returned to Webster City Saturday. George, who has an injured hand, is not able to work and still has to make regular trips to Algona to see Doctor Wallace. Nell Wise spent Saturday at her sister Mrs. Charles Stratton's, north of Hutchins, helping cook for threshers. Yvonne Stratton spent last week at Loyd Steven's. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hoover, Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson. Mrs. Olson is unable to be up, having rheumatism in her back. Mrs. G. B. Wise was pleasantly surprised Sunday morning, when her son William, Huston, Tex., arrived. He will be here for several months. Mr.' and Mrs. William Packard visited the Homer Copelands, Clear Lake, Sunday. The Packard!) and Copelands are former neighbors. Mrs. John Miller, Betty Lou, Doris, and Shirley spent from last Thursday till Saturday evening at Alec Miller's, near Lu Verne. Sister Bertella, of the Dubuque convent, and her father, John Goeddertz, Algona, spent last Thursday with the George Arnans. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Johnson, of Mason City, spent Saturday ni,ght with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller. The Harry Dodds family, Alden, spent the week-end at Melvin Olsen's. Mr. Dodds is an uncle of Mrs. Olsen. Esther and Margaret Hedrick, of Mason City, are spending this week at their uncle Orville Hedrlck's. Ruth Miller spent the week-end with Neva Olsen at the Nichols home, Algona. Mrs. Leo J. Miller, who Is sick, continues hi serious condition. problems before ings. statewide meet- The popular 100. acres free camp grounds immediately adjoining the ;falr will be open to tho public again this season, with all possible con- 'veniences to contribute to the en- goymeut of the outing. "We believe that this will he ; one of the finest State Fairs Iowa lias ever held", Secretary A. R. Corey said this week In announc- ilng final plans. "We know o£ no place in the midwest where vaca- jtion-seekers can take so enjoyable 'an outing for so small a cost," Sunday School Board to Sfdef— There will be a meeting of the- Good' Hope Sunday school' board a-t the Good Hope- parsonage next Monday evening at S. Will' all' members plan- to be present', it for only pint of the session? Membership- of this board includes all' officers and teachers, (please help advertise- the meeting. ' ' Other Gooff Hopev Tl're Aid meets this week TTrurs- day with Mrs. Dowie Smith. The last meeting was at Mrs; Herbert Staley's, n nd Mrs. Staley was- assisted Try her daughters, Mrs: Lee BXish and' Edna. Arthur jvntcViell, son- of the R'ev. and" Mrs. C: B. Mitchell; began work- Monday for the' Central States- Electric company. He is located 1 at the station- at Armstrong-. Veda McDonnell, Whiltemore, and Helen McGovcrn, Emmetsfrurg, were recent guests at Hugh Me- Crltbhett Piano Shop, is!' 16th at.. FOR RENT ON OR ABOUT August ills, modern apartment for Phone 488-W. furnished 3-rboni light housekeeping. • ". 16p47 FOR SALE—SEVEN-ROOM House, new garage, and two lots. To be sold nt a sacrifice, as owner Is go- Ing west. Mrs. Tlllle McCnll. 24p4? FOR SALE—THE McCALLf SHOW , grounds, consiettng of eight lots near C. & N.-W. depot. Will be sold cheap If taken soon, as I am going west.—Mrs. Tllllo AtcCall., 2Sp47 A RETAIL BUSINESS FOR YOU. No capital or experience required. Must . be honest, industrious, own small car.—Ward Co., Box 459, Wl- nona, Minn, Estab. 1856.- 25p46-4fl RELIABLE PARTY WANTED TO handle Watldns (Products In Algona. Customers established. Kx- cellent opportunity for right man. Write J. R. Watkins Company, D-75, Wlnona, Minn. 23p47 Legal* OF PnoiUTE OP No. 3543. State of Iowa, Kossuth .county, M. In District Court March term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: Tou are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George H. Free, ^deceased, dated April 28, 1906, having been this day filed, opened, and read, the 25th day of August, 1931, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the C6urt House In Algona, Iowa, before the District C6urt of said County or the Clerk of said Court;and at 10 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 pro- bsited nnd allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Bated at Algona, Iowa.' July 23, 1931. (Seal) CLARK ORTON, ' Clerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. T, P. Harrington, Attorney.. 4G-48 1VOTICK In- the District Court of Iowa, in rend 1 for- KbssntFi county, September term, 19 SI'. CLA'R'A OLSON", Plaintiff, vs: MARTIN" OLSON",. Defendant. To* Martin' Olson*,, the above named defendant :• You are hereby notified that there wffl" lie- on file on or before Septem- Algorta, In said tohirtty, ««hi» , ( , meridifig 6n SeptembeC 21st, '19 JJ, defal»»t»Wlll»be entered afralMrt 'Vd« and judgment rendered i therein Ih accordance With the pfayet at Mid petition/ SHUMWAY A KEfcLY, Attorney* for Plaintiff, BfOTICK in the District Court of Kosauth county, Iowa. MRS; O. 1>. ' HOLLAND AND PARKS D. HOLLAND, Plalntlffa, IDA I. vs. STOAKJ3S, HENRY E. STOAKES, W. K. SMITH, JOHN .S. THOMPSON, JAMES GAN, MRS'. ELLEN DtTKE, MISS AUGUSTA BRIESKE. ANNA L. SHORT, MISS MRS. MARJORIE EDWARDS, AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSON OR PERSONS, OR CLAIMANTS, CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE, OR INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE, TO - WIT: SOUTHWEST QUARTER OP SECTION 35. TOWNSHIP 94, NORTH OP RANGE 27, WEST OF THE 5TH P. M., KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, Defendants. To Each and All of the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby; mrtfffed that there Is now on file in tf Wi .. ith iltttftftt Wbrtt ihe , day of M1y\ 1991. «ftld petition fuf- theV MfeMtkftt'jtH''ll«it ol-Wfcftfd judgment be established agftln'st the Said described premise* 'front the date of the twld mortgage, to-wjt: The'2Zfld day ot tfoVembef, " 1626', ahd further asks thai the plaintiffs be awarded & special execution for the sale of eftld premise** or so much thereof, as may be necessary to make the Bald judgment and costs, and that from and after the day of ,«ale that tho defendants and each nnd all of them be foroVer barred and foreclosed from claiming any right, title, or interest In and to said premises, except Such rights of redemption aa are especially pro- A'lded by law. • , Said petition further alleges grounds for the appointment of a receiver and n»k« that a "receiver be appointed, and. also BJjkS; that their lien be established 'settlor and superior to the right, claim, title or. .In? terest of • any ; of the defendants, and asks for all such other and further relief ne to the court may , aeem equitable and proper. For a. more particular statement of the plaintiffs' cause , of action, »ee said petition now on file. . And unless yo» appear thereto and defend on or 'before noon of the gecfmH dny of the ne*t term of said eotrrt, the same (veins? the regular tfto offfco of "the Clerk of the Dls- «W*«H»er 1031 term thereof, .which Met Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, - the her IT, 1'93T,, in- the office of Clerk- of tire' District Court of above- named county and state, a petition- of Clara Olson, plaintiff herein-, claiming of yon an absolute dr\n»rce> on- flte- grounds of willful desertion' for a period of over two years;. Petition- asks for the custody of the two- minor children. For- further 1 particulars see the pp.titibir when' filet?.. Now;, unless 1 you appear thereto and defend' on or before noon of the second' day of the next term of said court to be held' at the Court House, petition of the plaintiffs above named stating and alleging that tlVey are the owners and holders of tlh'ee? promissory notes, one in the sum of fl,500.00 and one in the sum of $2',(TOO'.(TO and one in the sum of $2',5'00 1 .00 1 , an bearing date of November- 2~y, I9W r and excuted by Ida I. Stoakea-- find 1 Henry E. Stoakes. SaliT petition alleges that to secure notes 1 totaling the sum of $15,000.00, wh-i'cft warn Includes the amount of tlVe- plaintiffs' notes, the defendants! Tdk I. Stoakes and Henry W, StoaRres made, executed and delivered' to the- defendant, John S. Thompson 1 , a 1 real estae mortgage conveying- tfte following described real' estate; to-wit: The South-we-st' Quarter (SW%) of Section 35, Township 04, North- of Range 27, West of the Fifth PI M 1 .,. Kossrath county, Iowa. Said petition further alleges that the defendants; Xawre» dTregan, Mrs. Ellen Duke, Miss- Augusta Brleske, Mrs. Anna L. Short,, ami Miss Marjorie Edwards ; at one 1 time owned the notes secured' by said 1 mortgage other than the plaintiffs' notes, and that if they do not own the same now, that the persons- owning the same are unknown- defendants named in said petltlom andi itt this notice. Said petition alleges that by the purchase of the said' notes the lien of the said mortgage was. transfer- w13t <c«nvene at tfre- court house In Allsona, Iowa, on t&e 2 1st day of 1931, your default will be' owterefl of record ami judgment and' Jaw:. 44-47:, ren4ered*tuF: provided by * • • • FRANK 9, LOVKIBN, A ttornsy for- Plaintiff*. the j red to these plaintiffs andi the mortgage itself was transferred to these plaintiffs, and tHat thciir Tfen under said mortgage is senior and 1 superior to the lien, right; claim, titre, or in- tdrest of any of" the said! defendants in and to said described! premises. Said petition alleges' that there was due and owing 1 upon said notes on the first day of July, 1331, the sum of $6,536.00 andi that the plaintiffs have been to tile expense of $10.70 for abstract of title- and asks for a personal judgment against the defendants, Ida r. Stoatces and Henry E. Stoakes, in> the sum of wiftwrsjii In lite District Court of Konswth county;. Iowa-.. MARY E;. MOON"., Plttmtitt. V'Si.. DAVE Cltr-BERT", OTINNIK OIL- of title. other Sued upon, clpa.1, tho and Mlnnto-QlJ!^' and delivered to 'n°'ud» son a Section 7, TownsM "' Kango 20, WeT' 1 ^ 8 ' ! M., Kowuth ""• Said petition , lhe S in this •id mortg.gT.Sru** JSiasr^-r er of said secured the^S 111 " 10 '^ Said petition the plaintiff's 11B premises is senior the claim, right, i| Uc ". ewh and nil of the L aska for Personal now 'he said', against tho E a| d „ ' Minnie Gilbert only said Judgment hi lien agninnt stiUl from tho date ot to-wlt: the 20th 1»20. and alleges tl find mortgngo are unpaid, ns to tins Said petition further „, the defendants, Harry J or, Mrs. w. s. Doyle. M, Taylor, Chart™ Hockw Appetite, j. D . H oll» M ^ S. Shaw, Charles Hncker , trator, and Mary E1 | n Ga| ' time ctofrm.,1 (o i,c t|, e 0 holders of tho other note not the owners of such S. THOMPSON, SAV- BERT, JOHN" FARMBKff «• INGS BANK, of Bancroft, Iowa,. HARRT Ji. SHOEMAKER, MRS. W. S. DOYMT, MTtS".. ELLA R. TAYLOR} . GHARLfiS' HOCKER, KATHRYN' APPELOASTB", J. 1 HOLLAND^ ESTATE; GEOI. D.. S. SHAW, CHARLES' HIAXSEHK',. adi- HLLA ministratory GANTZ, AT^-D-'ALL. PERSONS A'ND> .UNKNOWN" CLAIMANTS CLAIMING 1 AMST INTEREST'OR' TITLE IN AND' TO THE FOLLOWING' DB> SCRIBED RKA'L ESTATE;. TO- THE:NORTHHIAST TER (NE%) OF- SECTION; T, TOWNSHIP 9S;-.NORTJI RANGIffi 29, WEPT OF" THE-: 5TH P: M., KOSSUTH COUNTY; IOWA, Defendants. To Each and AH'ot the Above Named Defendants! You and each of you are hereby notified that there" is'now on. file-In 1 the office of the Cleric of" the- District Court of Kossuth' county;. Iowa,. the petition of the plaintiff above named alleging and claiming? that she is the owner andi Holder- of two certain promissory notes- in the- sum of S1DOO.OO each beai'in;;,date-ofi'Jan- uary 20, 1920, executedlby Dave-Gilbert and Minnie Gilbert and! payable to "ourselves" and i asking; that she have a personal judgment against the said Dave Gilbert and: MUmfe Gilbert upon said, notes, ih: tho- sum of ?3407.32 with interest fnomr and! after the first day of;' August,. 1K31, .then plaintiff tfocs not know of the owners of such other i. and the unknown claimants mil known persons made defend.', tbfs- action are the owners oil aai'tf other notes. Sa-fcT petition asks that i gage be foreclosed and rJlivltrtfDf b& awarded a that- special J cutfon and that from and alto day of sale under said sp«|j|. cutl'oit that the defendants anj : ] and 1 all of them be forever'. and' foreclosed from clalmlnj ri'ght, title, or Interest In anil aa-lH- describe* premises e«epf| righto of redemption as are lall'y provided by law, Said' petition also states | for- the- appointment of a i and' nnka that a receiver pointed,, and alleges that th(,i mortgage was duly recorded ot| Slat day of January. 1920, In8 T4' on- page 46, Mortgage Ret Kbssuth County, Iowa. For a more particular gtata of the- plaintiff's cnuse of acttaj saW petition now on flic. And' unless you appear (hereto! defend on or before noon t(; : l •eoBond! day of the next lerm tfj court, the same beins the i Septcmlier 1.W1 term (hereof, i will' convene at the court I Algona,. Iowa, on the 21st tq September, 1931, your defaull; be- entered 1 of record and , and' decree- rendered as provide!] law.. FRANK S. LOV 44-4.T Attorney for I The Rev. and Krs. Allen Wood were guests of M'attie Warner nnd Eva Whitney, of Hurt, Sunday. and' was later to visi't. tire Potters- at Schaller. Messrs, and Slesdames M. de TJ and S. D. Parsons; T. E'. Han-, E. C. and B. H. Potier, and F. L. Miller attended the funeral at KanawTia Sunday of Mrs. William Baker, pioneer of this locality whose husband once owned the farm now occupied by B. F. Sparks. Mrs. Baker had been in poor health for several years and she was confined to a wheel chair for some months before her death. Mrs. Alice Miller, Minneapolis, and her daughter June spent most of last week at F. L. Miller's, leaving Monday with Mrs. L, L. Wellen- rlorf to visit tn-o days at Fort Dodge. Mrs. F. W. Ross, Watertown, S. D., and her little daughter Barbara ,"'ar,e arrived Sunday to visit Mrs. E. C. Wll't ns, dau-?nt<;r i-f |ll!lillllllllll!lililllllllllllllllllllllll!lll!llll!lllli!ll;|| IIIIIIIIIIIIUH I Mail a Want to Fill a Want Beenuse ol the Advance's countywlde circulation, want advertising in tills paper Ifr exoepttoMtHy »*<»4»etlTe. At the same UM»| Is Inexpensive. Replies often cost the advertiser Te»s than a cent apiece. Note-Except Inn* «w»«*ri,« mmj Mad ol adrertlilm +1 In the same type as the news Is a "want adl!" Ye. «^,nt'' to sell as well as bny,.yon. «Mnt» to tr.4e, yo n "want" to rent . koi-l or farm, you "want" to take cows to pasture,, etc. All such advertising Is called"*™**' •dvertUIn* by .ewipapers. ' Cresco Guests Sunday at Victor Applegate's, near Corwith, were Audra Fry, Edith Gregson, Myrtle Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, and Forbes Stiltz. Messrs, and Mesdames B. C. and B. H. Potter were callers Sunday on Mrs. Potter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark, Britt. The M. E. Worsters will attend the funeral of William Worster, Ottosen, Wednesday. William was M. C.'s father. Nick Wagner, on the John Henry farm, one mile south of the church, has rented for the coming season the Seeley farm, now occupied by the Harvey Jergensons. It is understood that Mr. Henry, who lives at Goldfield, will operate his farm himself. D. D. Sparks, on the W. L. Martin farm, has rented the W. H. Martin farm, now occupied by T. E. Harr. Dr. and Mrs. L. Ray Potter, of Schaller, spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Potter. The Ray Miners, of Meridan, came Saturday evening. The elder Mrs. Potter, who returned Saturday from two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles, Charles City, accompanied the Miners home Jane Olson, Chicago, traveling salesman for the Nemo Corset Co., arrived Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Olson, her brother Lawrence, and her sisters, Mra. Seeley, Emmetaburg, and Mrs. S. L. Hershey, Plpeatone, Minn. She if) having a two weeks vao-Ulon. • the Millva. who ia ents. Mrs. Ross w«--.» slow, Algona. M-tth hw par-Margaret Win- *- WANT ADS MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT.—• Clinton Sampson. Gp47 SALE OR RENT, TWO NEW mod ei'n homes, phone 645-.T. 9p4fi-50 MODERN ROOMS AND BOARD. Mrs. Daisy Cook, 220 W. Call St. 10p47 WANTED TO BUY — A USED farm light plant.—Inquire at Ad vance. llp40-47 FOR SALE — GUERNSEY heifer calves, one to ten weeks old.— Nick Heesch, Titonka. I3p47'8 SPECiAL~SALJ3 — CHICKS, $5"oO; wk. old, $C. I 50; 2 wks. old, $7.7 ! 5, per UOO. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 16u47tf NO BETTER TIME TO ENTER Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn., than Sept. 1. Write for catalog. !Gp47 Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 2Qc a Week - We Do Not Charge Want Ads - Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILLWlN Your Name...... _.. Address...... .,.,„„ How many neeks is advertisement to run?..... 1_. Ain(>UIlt eaclosed $ do not Uiust reach Advance whore. » o'clock Tuesday . «io. Jl yon do not want your name to »M*J« f keeping track ft r«pltoi and forwarding. AdrerUwaw^ regular want column j if received later It may sppeaiei*^ WAITRESS OR HOUSE WORK wanted. Send for experience and references. Lela Ningus phone 25, Bancroft. , 13u47 FOR SALE—HAMBURGER SHOP in Algona doing a good business. Located north of Call Theatre. Mrs. Tillie McCall. I18p47 FOR SALE—PIANO STORED IN Algona, balance due $08 cash.— Personal Loans-Milch Cow Loans INCREASE YOUR DAIRY HERD WITH* OUR MONEY—Dairy cowa assure a regular monthly income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase additional cows. WE LOAN MONEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY—Money to be used for any purpose. Perhaps your car Is already financed and the payments are too large. It is easy to reduce these monthly payments through our plan. Call at our office or write us for full particulars THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION First door Nprth ol Jowa State pank. ALGONA ' Phone 55. IOWA Half Rates for County Farm Bureau Member. Farm a T8te ' *»* to S^ It they must sigu Certificate ol ^^^^^ff m ^^fftV"
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