Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1931
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CrtttNTV At»VANf1B. ALQONA. tQWA Personal Loans- Milch Cow Loans INCRRASE YOtm DAIRY HERD WITtt OUR MONEY—Dairy cows assure a regular monthly Income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase additional cows. WE LOAN MONRY 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 North of Iowa State Bank. ALGONA Phone 55. IOWA Cheapest Insect Spray You Can Use Laboratory-Tested — Super-Strength FLX.TOX Takes Lass To Kill — f Surest, Quickest Death to Files, Moaauiioea. Roaches, ™ Bed Buas. Ants, Moths, Fleas MOST POPUIAR THROUGHOUT THI WORLD THE PLUM CREEK Elevator Wants to buy your barley oats and other oats at the highest market price. -We have information on the oat market which may he valuable to you. We have extra quality .standard twine. We have Kentucky coal that will satisfy you, both quality and price. We .sell salt cheaper than most dealers. We have, or can quickly get you, any kind of feed at lower prices than you usually pay. NOW. 1—1929 Chevrolet truck 1926 Ford Coupe l 1930 Ford Tudor 1929 Ford Four-door 1—1930 Chevrolet truck 1—192S Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—]y.odel T Ford pick-up box . 2 t; uck stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 HOW TO WIN THREE CHEERS To start your family exclaiming about the special goodness of the cciTce you're making, experiment with the three blends that make up the famous EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE ib. 19c **? P ^ r ° ffe , e Tr '° ' Eight O Clock...smooth, mild and mellow, Bokar lb - 25c ... delicate, subtle, exquisitely flavorful, Red Circle lb. 29c • • • r ' c ' 1 > r °bust, full WOMEN TAKE STATE HONOR FORTITONKA but likes his work In California it ml will return next month. loffu Safiifacttoti is assured byA&P Coffee Service: ... The Coffee o suit your Tute . • . Freshly Roasted . . . Correctly ground . . . and • ktoklet containing suggestion* on hovr to nuke good coffee, taste better. a special meeting at the Legion hall to hear reports of delegates to the state convention. Members of the Post were also invited. Mesdames Martha Bonacker and Inez Wolfe gave complete and interesting reports, which were enjoyed. The delegates went Into detail to tell of every session of the convention. The local unit won the Margaret Hlnderman national trophy .tor the most complete annual report of unit activities and community service prepared by the unit president, to which report was attached a '5!)3- word article written by Martha Bun- acker. The national trophy was a highly polished cocobola gavel, with a 10-k. gold band, bearing the official Auxiliary Insigna In colors. The local unit also won first place in the unit scrap book, as well as first place on community service chart and unit publicity chart. Honorable mention was received In the Poppy campaign and also on posters. This unit was also the only uhit In the state which entered every required and requested exhibit at the convention. High Cream Checks Given- Cream checks totaling more than $50 go to Nick Heesch, $192.81; Warner Smidt, $122.58; Bruno Stecker, $102.60; A. Schram, $95.58; John A. Harms, $94.50; W. H. Grover, $81.36: H. A. Nelson, $81; Chris Brandt. $8073; Rob Callies, $80.46; John Koestler, ?7'.).3S; E. J. Buss. Tto.v Scnnls Hack from The Roy Scouts, under leadership j of the Kev. tj. O. Qnr'tner, who have i been ramping at Silver faike, Minn., returned home Saturday. ! Other Tltonka News, 1 Dr. Pierre Sartor, accompanied by Tltonka, Aug. 25—Last Thursday j Dorothy .racquet*, drove to Chicago evening the Legion Auxiliary held Sunday upon receiving news of the death of a relative. Dorothy Jacques, who Is a niece of Doctor Sartor, has been visiting here for a week. >, The Ray Bonackers, George Johnson, of Algona, Miss and Mrs. Johnson, of Algorta, started Friday on a northern trip. They, expect to spend a. week 'fishing. Mrs. John Fisher entertained her bridge group at luncheon Friday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher won first prize and Airs. Harry Beed second. ; The If. A. Swaggards. of Hnwk- eyp, formerly of Titonka. were here Saturday visiting old friends. Mr. Swaggard taught here several years ago. The Dr. 11. C. Balls, who had been visiting relatives and friends In New York, and also camping, returned home Wednesday evening. Sunyfield Flour, 49 lb. bag 89c Gold Medal and Pillsbury Flour, 49 lb. bag $1.38 Sultana Red Beans, per can 5c Whitehouse Milk, 4 large cans 21c Kirk's Flake Soap, 10 bars 28c Bock bottom prices on Basket Fears and Peaches Lux Toilet Soap 4 CAKES A&P Food Stores $76.68; Ubben, Wert Asche, $72.36; Peter AGENT OF FARMERS UNION CALLS FOR STRIKE1T SWEA Robert Moore, Des Molnes, organizer Tor the Farmers Union, spoke to n Hinnli group ot farmers nt the Ornnt consolidated school a week ago Thursday, the Swea City Herald reports, and attacked the Farm Bureau at. length, in addition to listing the ills of agriculture. There Is n little work being done In the North End toward organization of Farmers Union groups, but fur the organization has found TO BE ESfHEftVILU BANDIT Marry Morris, found dead near Red Wing,' Minn., With five bullets in hi-! body a week' ago Sunday, has been Identified RS one of the banditti who held up the Emmet County State bank at Estherville in August, 1929, and escaped with more than $5,000 after knocking, a customer unconscious. Identification was made by an agent of the state bureau of investigation,- who was stationed In Kossuth county at the time of the series of bank robberies here. It Is believed that Morris had no connection with the Kossuth robberies. Morris is believed to be the victim of a' "ride 1 given him by gangsters. Mrs. Frank Fisher's brother mother, Mr. and Airs. Kohldorf, rind formerly of liritt. but now of Menona, came Wednesday for a visit. Marie Bufflngton. ot Cedar Falls, drove to her parental home Friday to visit friends and relatives during her two weeks vacation. Mrs. John Kell and Mrs. I^eonard Callies entertained, the Methodist Aid Wednesday afternoon. The collection was ?G.50. visited the Michaclson Arthur Asklns, who last week at the Ole home at Thompson, returned Saturday. Herman Rnchut, Jay Budlong, and Loo O. Wolfe, attended the Sullivan funeral in Algona Saturday morning. little sympathy acorcllng reaching Algona. The to word Farmers Union has' not been in good favor over the state as a whole, and the Herald, In discussing the meeting, said: "The Farmers Union has little or no connection with the press in Iowa. Iowa papers uniformly have been hostile to tile organization. One editor recently dubbed Milo Reno, the most articulate exponent of the' Union, as a skunk. Such an attl- Utde, therefore, Is liable to discourage advances from any organization. On the, other h^nd every Iinva weekly Is bombarded with Farm. Bureau literature, and charge Is made against the papers of the state that they are subsidized by •that organization." Mr. Moore advised the Swea and Grant fanners to form a union .and KO on a strike In the same man nor nt. industrial workers. "That", the Herald reports, "apparently is the program of the Farmers Union. It. sounds like :i hard nut to crack. Vet Akxandoi- Legge was sure thn farmers would iind real relief if they would cut, production. Anybody who Is able to lead farmers to cither action would have Moses looking like a piker. $70.20; Edward Zweifel,; llalph Harms and brother went to. ..^ , n G ,. nnt township the boys U'UUdl, >p I V.4JU , .u*.» ii ib* vi «(••,»•-'•*, i -- . t. 1 ' * U V.I I «* l» L $89.12;' Ed Bartlett & Sons, $68.58; Mason City Monday.to visit at, the wp] . p . lic |i.r'al«erti and Edith Mae Budiong drove to Dick Welp, $68.04; John Sachau, $66.42; Spier & Larson, $66.27; Mark Bacon, $64.26; Graham Bros., $62.76; Carl Watson, $60.75; Peter Beenken, gona Wednesday evening. $60.48; Meindert Smidt, $57.15; "•--•—-"— ' ""Ubbe Winter, $56.97; William Rode, $56.43; John E. Sleper, $56.43; Geo. L. Schmidt, $35.89; Edw. Ricks. $55.35; Harvey Graham, $53.73; R. P. Buffington, $53.52; E. F. Bruns, $52.26; Carl Carlson, $51.42; M. E. Larson, 050.55; Fred Pannkuk, $50.22; and Harry Ricklefs, $50.13. , agriculture' C. G. Winter home for a few days., )rmR i )e f ore senator Dickinson won Sophia Nelson, Beulah Schutjer | t ,,. lt t)t | c fl . om t ] le ] a j e Speaker Old Timers to Meet. Llvermore's annual Old Settlers' picnic will 1>e held Monday, Labor day, which falls on September. 7. Mrs. Harry Clark Is president of the organization. v ' | WANT ADS # SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT.— MfeftVttf CR6NAfr, Plaintiff,; \ Vs. * Rttttt tiRC-KAN, Defendant. Td Ruth Cronnnt You arc hereby notified that there fa now on file Ih the office of the dlerk of the District Court of the above named County and State, a petition of Mervln Cfonan claiming of yoy art. absolute divorce on the grounds that you have Wilfully deserted and absented yourself from the plaintiff Without reasonable or Just cause for a period of over two years. , Plaintiff asks the custody of the two mftiof i children. For further, particulars see the Petition on file. • Now, unless you'appear thereto nn'tl defend on ,or before noon of the second day of the next term of said court to be held at ! the Court Mouse, Aigoim, IbWa; in said county, commencing on September 21st, 1931, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon In accordance with the prayer of said petition. SHUMWAY & KELL.Y, 49-52 Attorneys for Plaintiff. BUSINESSlij QUARTOS * ?honea; •I. T,. Phone . Mrs, F. W, Green. 7u47tf USED COLES HOT BLAST heating store for ya'e.—Advance. tf SALE OR RENT, TWO NEW modern homes..Phone 645-J. .• 9p46-qO FOR~SALTE^2-YEAR~OLD BROWN Swiss bull, reasonable.— John H. Heetland, Lakota. 12p49-60 _ _ __ FOR SALE— WEALTHY APPLES, 50c bu. — Martin Becker, .Irvlng- ton, phone 27F22. __ ll?^?! 51 FOR RENT— MODERN HOUSE with garage and large garden. — Andrew Peterson, phone 316-J. p50 FOR iRENT: MODERN FURNISH- ed 3-room apartment, for housekeeping. Phone 4,88-W. light llpSO FOR SALE — TWO ROAN Shorthorn bulls. Old enough for service. Frank Riebhoff, Burt, Phone Algona, 26F3. 16fb49-'50 TltonWans at College Reunion— The E. R. Intermills, the E. L. Hansens, Swea City, the E. O. Lunds, of Bricelyn, Minn., and Mrs. Sadie Denton attended a Humboldt college alumni picnic at Humboldt Sunday. Delegates from many states registered as former students of Humboldt college, which is now located in Minneapolis. The Humboldt Legion Auxiliary gave a musical program, and talks were given by Marie Sorum, county superintendent, of Estherville, and H. R. Reasoner, teacher of Humboldt college, Minneapolis. A special feature was the presence of Miss Prudence Jackson, who attended in 1873, and who gave a reading. Miss Jackson holds a teacher's life certificate. Mrs. E. R. Intermill gave a harmonica solo and responded to an encore. Bullions- Girls Home on VltdtH— Edith Budlong, who has been working in a bank in Hampton, came home Saturday evening to visit relatives and friends. She returned Sunday. Hazel Budlong, who has been attending summer school in Cedar Falls, and Maye Budlong, who has been working in Waterloo, came home Saturday evening to spend a week visiting relatives and friends. Hazel will go to Hampton to teach school, and Maye will return to her work in Waterloo next eek. Itonkiuns Visit Relatives— The Ray Budlongs drove to Burt uesday to visit the.William Stot- nbergs and other relatives. Anna- elle, John, and Henry Sachau, ac- impanied by Viola -Kuchenreuther, •ove to Algona Wednesday evening, he Fred Lentches from Dows were isiting last Sunday at the William allies. The Antone Pannkuks rove to Garner Sunday to visit lends and relatives. Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satisfied Subscribers? Elizabeth Foster, of Elizabeth, 111., Is .spending a week visiting at. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker's. ' Mrs. Earl Ferleman, of Mason City, is spending a week with the Antone Pannkuks. A >noBCba.H game here Sunday between Tltonka and Wesley was won by Wesley, 9-7. George Helmers, Buffalo Center, was a business and pleasure caller here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Heifner visited the Kossuth county home one day last week. v Margaret Pannkuk visited the Andrew Boekelmanns from Wednesday to Friday. Nic-k Longworth. It -was in Grant township Senator Brookhart received u cordial welcome in the early days of his campaigning. Grant township Is one of the most interesting communities. The boys up there have a notion you should first let out a holler before you are licked, and that certainly is a lot to their credit." CLAY COUNTY SAVES $200 MONTHLY BY SALARY CUT A monthly savings of $200 was made by Clay county supervisors at a recent meeting, when all salaries of county officials, deputies and clerks were cut. The decreases become effective September 1, and the monthly cut ranges from $5 to $25 for each person. $40,000 NEW HOTEL WILL BE ERECTED AT HUMBOLDT Plans for a new $40,000 two-story hotel for Humboldt were submitted to a committee of business men at that town last week by a hotel man of experience. Humboldt has been without n. hotel since an old one burned a year or so ago. The plans call for a lobby, private dining room, shop or store room, coffee shop, garage, kitchen, etc., on the first floor, and 31 rooms with baths on the second floor. 1 New Golf Course. West Bend has opened a nine-hole golf course a mile north and a mile west of the town. The course is laid out in a 30-acre field. BUILDERS CONVERTILE LEV- el, nearly new, perfect condition; reasonable.—S. W. Nelson, 2 miles north Lone Rock. • 14p50 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25tf or drawing .at national Patent 14 to 27, Chicago. manufacturers and SELL YOUR INVENTION OR patent by exhibiting your mO'l«l the Second Inter- Exposition, Sept. Thousands of patent buyers will inspect new devices and patents for marketing. Rates $1 per day for 11.4 days, entitling you to .14 feet. If you have no model, drawing or description will do. Send for free pamphlet if you have time. If not, send $14' with descriptlovis and drawings and we will look after your patent Interests. B. Hamilton Edison, Managing Director, International Patent Exposition, Merchandise Mart, Chicago. Legals ! NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, September term, 1931. WO. 22S AN ORDINANCE FIXING AND DETERMINING THE WIDTH OF DIAGONAL STREET OVER AND ' ACROSS BLOCK ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY - EIGHT (1SR) OF CALL'S ADDITION TO ALGONA,' IOWA, AND FIXING AND ESTABLISHING THE LOCATION THEREOF. Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: .SECTION ONE ". That the width of Diagonal Street over and across Block One Hundred Eighty-eight (188) of Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, 'be and the same la hereby fixed arid determined at Severity-four and 25/100ths (74.25) feet. SECTION TWO. That the location of said Diagonal Street Over and across Block One Hundred Eighty-eight (188) of Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa; be fixed and established so that the West and North boundary lines of said Street shall be a straight line commencing at a point Two Hundred Ninety-four and 80/100th» (294.80) feet South of tHe Northwest Corner of said Block One Hundred , Eighty- eight (188) and extending Northeasterly to a point on the 5 East line of Lot Three (3) of said Block One Hundred Eighty-eight (188) Eighty-eight and 97/100ths (88.97) feet South of the Northeast corner of said Lot Three (3), "and thence continuing on in the same straight line for a further distance of Thirty-five and 70/100ths (35.70) feet and thence Northeasterly in a stralgh! line to a point on the North Line of said Block One Hundred Eighty- eight (188) Forty-five and 90/lOOths (45.90) feet East of the Northeast corner of said Lot Three (3) of sale Block One Hundred Eighty-eight (188). SECTION THREE This -ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and at ter Its passage and publication as provided •by law. Adopted and'nflssed 'by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of July, 1931. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Approved by me this 30th day of July, 1931.- C. F. SPECHT, Mayor.' Attni ' Linn,, 1 E - Me, Harrington J< ' D. Shunnvay SII CM WAT Attorneya-at-ITI Office In Quinby, '' ••Bone 68 ' : ' • " •" • ; • :• Office in Quinby Phone no. KKNEFICXtKNi 1'li.vslcliuis and 8nn_ Office over Rexall Drujl Office phone 101,1 *. J. Kcncflck, M. D, w / J. N. Kcncflck, M. D, m,'jj 1 . C. II. CRETZMBII Physician and Office In John Galbralfti Phones: Office 310, res, «1 P. V. JASSE, K,l| I'hyslclan and ! Office on South J hones: Office, 666; Algona, Iowa. . WALTER FRA8EM Physician and S rtflce in Quinby Bldgjl Phor.e No. li ;s| """ m DR, W. D. AtiDH '••teoputhlc Physician till Bye, Ear, Nose, and 1 X-ray. >ffle« over Hub RcmaUi'l J hones: Office, 187; CHIROPBACT UK. li. J. THI88II| Palmer Graduate Chi Thirteen year's succemtul'lj Office over State'it VETERINiBti Mail a Want to Fill a Want Because of the Advance's countywlde circulation, want advertising In thlg paper li exceptionally proactive. At the ume Urn* K l§ Inexpenglre. Replies often cost the adTertlser less than a cent apiece. Note—Except Ion* "readers," anj kind of advertUtef Ml la the game type as the news Is a "want ad." You "want" to sell as well as bur, yon "want" to trade, you "want" to rent a brat* or farm, you "want" to take cows to pasture, etc. All such advertising Is called "want" adrertlilnf by newspaper*. lurrlett Schrnm 11; Has Party— Harriett Schram celebrated her leventh birthday Tuesday afternoon y inviting several of her little riends to a party. In attendance fere Dorothy and Maxine Peterson, ille Cosgrove, Dorothy Budlong, Clarice Falk, Bonnie Beth and Mur- ela Schram and Fern and La Vone Oesterrelcher. Games were played nd lunch served. Aid In 4-H Club Picnic— Among those who went to -Clear -,ake Sunday for a picnic dinner vlth the 4-H girls and to bring them tome were the William Schrams, the William Stotta, the George Petersons, the Howard Frenches, Raymond Krantzs, the Raymond Oester- •elehers, Oscar Millers, Roy Bud- ongs and Harry Beeds. Former Residents Celebrate—Mrs. Roy Budlong and Dorothy Sudlong were at Mason City Thursday afternoon, and met Mra. Anone Holcomb, of Hamlngtown, formerly of Titonka. Mrs. Holcomb ,vho was an old friend, said they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary a few days ago. Glen Zweifel Goes to S. 1>.— The Edward Zweifels, Mrs. Emma aeifner, and Arthur Asklns went to Mason City Tuesday and then to Northwood to visit at the Glenn Heifner home and to attend the sal which Glenn is holding preparatory to moving to a farm in South Da kota. Nauman Children Return Home— Mrs. Hazel Nauman came Sun day from West Union to visit friend and also to take her children, Arditl and Merrill, home. Ardlth and Mer rill have been visiting here a week The Naumans formerly lived here. Otto Falk Recovers Quickly The O.tto Falks, who have bee visiting friends and relatives a Rochester, Minn., for several weeks returned Sunday. Mr. Falk had a operation a week ago, and improve? rapidly enough to come home. Ljlo Shultz Beturug Howe— Lyle Shultz, son of Mr. and Mr, David Schultz, returned Tuesday at ter working for several years ou West. Lyle was glad to get 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 FILL IT IN L. W. FOI • Veterinarian , Weat State Street, J Phones: Office 4T6-W,i BUILDING CONli COWAK 180H|| General Contrack»| Estimates I Phones: Business, 8 MACHINISTS Your Name ................ - .................. _ Address. . How many »eelui> advertisement to run? ........... '___,_j Amount enclosed $ Note—Writ* plainly, one wort In each ipace below, Incluttnr name, •ddreii. ••« ph*ne. II YOB , do not write name In form below but eoumt lour extra word* to cover coit of keeplnr track of reniu,. luuit roach Adrance by 10 o'clock Tieiday morning to luture laiertloo IB regain want column t if where. ' , ' - » . Jr ?* r Mm " *• 0 ? rdtolr ' Mwrt later It nay appear N011TON MACHIM! Machinists and W<| Hervlee stock on Piston I and Beari Veat of Courthouse. PBODUCBi -- ' --- -,-m SWIFT « COMFiBj Cash Buyer* Poultry, Eggs, and Matt Lamutb, WJ Phone K08SDTH COUNT', 1 IN8DBANCB '"" Jver $15,000,000 worth <1 in force. A home f" 1 "™" 1 Moure. J. "™^tf'l 0. H. !>• Bam ."• • ; tellable Ii*f,. .„ ^hone «• m Half Eatet for County Farm Bureau Member. (Minimum: I5c a week.) Farmers who are paid-up members of the Kossutk entitled to a special One-Cent*-Word rate, bat to get it Certificate I hereby certify that I am a farmer and a paid-up member of or a member of the family. Sign if* OHy Property Insurance. CUNNINGHAM » l«T W, State St. and Tires and Hides, Fu PIANO 4. c. Colb»*J SO Year* or ADVANCE OB? i r , v *j., A,--'«*' v i . ..rX' j.VjiJ.X-jlllifcjl.ttoJ.a^-i.V ^U-i- *e&nfa ^ V "* , - i „ , ' 4V*S5rV®l •' "' ' „ r.. < ^.tASs,5'isSs'"'i '-*&*

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