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PAGE an KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AtflOtiA. IOWA THURSDAY Grnen Quadro» ISO. Other Griicns frmn $1; to $175 A watch as modern as your car Your car, your home, your clothes—are modern. But how about your watch? You're often judged by it, you know, and it should truly reflect your good taste Drop in and see our selection of Gruen Guild Watches. Here you'll be sure to find just the one to please you. The Gruen Quadron, for example. Good looking—sturdily built—and priced as low as $50. Other Gruens, $15 to $35°A« HL Borchardt Jeweler LEDYARD YOUTH DIES WHEN GAR HITS GRADER Ledyard, Sept. 8— The community \vsiH siully shocked Saturday evening when Oliver, second son of Mr. anil Mrs- Sanders, was In. stantly killed In an auto accident. The young man. In company with a Miss Oswald, were on their way to nine Kurth to attend the Fart- bault ronnty fair. Between Elmore and l!lu» Burth Oliver turned his car out to pass another car, and run head-first Into a four-ton road malntaincr that was coming south without lights. The engine of the car was driven way back and crushed Oliver to death instantly. The ni'rl is in a serious condition at a Fairmont hospital. EMMET SHERIFF RESIGNS; DISAGREES^ ATTORNEY Sheriff F. M. Brown, of Emmet county, resigned a week ngo, giving as a reason for the renlgnatlon that there has been a lack of harmony between the sheriff and county attorney offices. W. S. Johnston, of Esthervllle, Is county attorney. \V. Q. Gordon, who' has been deputy sheriff, was appointed bv the supervisors to take Mr. Brown's post till the next election. Mr. Brown 'was serving his third term, and served as deputy several years previously. He won out over stiff competition In all three elections. ~r fft. on dist. R'y Express Agency, express — H. W. Post et al, frt. and dray. S. J. Backus, P. M., envelopes Northwestern Bell ' Telephone Co., service W. H. Horan Electrical Co., 10.61 44.05 100.00 13.60 13.56 Bert Deal, labor and mdse.- .105.50 Cresco Union Electric Co., 12..I2 1.00 .95 mdse. TRADE IN YOUROLDLAMP OR LANTERN FOR -- - ON A NEW Coleman '"PHIS is a trade you'll want to make... a trade that gives you a brand new Coleman at a bargain price. The Coleman Lamp's abundance of brilliant natural light brings new pleasure to reading . . . new eye-ease and comfort. The Coleman Lantern speeds your out-door night-work with the same clear, shining brilliance. Mod.I C329 Coleman Quick- Lit* Lamp. Regular Price, $7.50 . . . Now Only $6°.!! with Your Old Limp or Lantern. Mod.I LU27 Coleman Quick- Lite Lantern. Regular Price, $7.30 . . . Now Only $6!!!! with Your Old Lamp or Lantern. i l.iiliiitii Is IMvatiMl ll-S— ! Lalidta played ball here Sunday land bedyanl won 11-3. This makes '< two pimos I'ueh for these two teams. Tho Uuttitry for Lakota was Moss and (Juam: f»!' the locals Moulton "• u - s allowed is hits, had six strike-outs and three walks. .Moulton' allowed eight hits, had five strikeouts, and one walk. Laknta ni.-uli l\vo runs in the first Inning and one in the seventh. Ledyard scored elylil runs in the third, one in the fourth, and two in the fifth. Each team made six errors. itreakM Again— • Nelson Hardware Algona Phone 274 our lea Gingrich, who had both legs broken In a, dynamite explosion a yn'iir ago this fall, was taken to the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge last Thursday to a bone specialist. The hronk had healed, but he broke the kuitto.-i place again while he wu.s working In the haymow when the Kinks were filling their silo. It is thought his leg will have to be P,ut in a cast again. 287 Enroll for School Work — School opened last week Monday with an enrollment of 237. / There are 72 in senior high, 40 in junior high, 2!l in sixth, 33 in Mrs. Barrett's room, 37 in Miss Granner's, •2li in second grade, and 20 in fh-st. New members of the faculty were entertained last Thursday by those of last year who returned at a picnic In Call park, followed by a show at the Cull theater. IRVINGTON GAR IS KNOCK ED ON SIOEJN DITCH Irvlngton, Sept. 8—The Armour Lemkee family and Veda Bonnet were badly bruised and shaken up when the Lemke car was rammed and ditched by a Ford near Amboy, Allnn., a week ago Sunday. The LemUee Chevrolet, with Armour at the wheel, was going: at a moderate speed Cor the occupants had just been looking at the layout of a well built up farm. The Ford, occupied by two men, came at high speed from a side road on the left, and struck the Chevrolet, knocking it into the ditch where it turned over. Mrs. Lemkee was bruised and cut more than the others, with most of the injuries being on her face. The Ijemkee car is badly wrecked and is still at Blue Earth undergoing repairs. The driver of the Ford admitted that he failed to stop before coming onto the highway and after seeing the Lemkee car and believing that he could not avoid a. collision lost control. The men in the Ford were uninjured. Veda Bonnet had been visiting at the Lemkee home and they were taking her home, aTid the accident occurred within a short distance of the Bonnet home. sign Municipal Adm. Service, mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Kossuth County Fair Assn., adv. - "-Of Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil-. 15.10 .1. R. Wahl et al, refund deposit 30.00 Clove Barton et al, labor .- 168.00 WATER FUND ,T. W. Kelly, salary 75.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 130.00 O. B. Atcheson, salary 125.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 110.00 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. 18.01 Leighton Supply Co., mdse. 74.10 tS.60 A. fe. Michel, engineering.- SWIMMING. FOOL F Walter 'Fraser, salary ..... 125.00 Hllma Ostrum et al, labor. 160.00 P. A. Danson, labor ---- -.-- » Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. — - ---- r ^— — — ->-• ' Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. ----------------- Edwin W. Lusby, mdse, _ r G. F. Towne, mdse. and labor 17.00 ' 80.63 20.40 1.90 88.15 Christensen Bros. Co., mdse. 2.40 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., 3.25 11.72 9.50 24.23 2.41 2.00 To Ruth Cronam You are hereby notified that there KOSSUTH B noW on'file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the „ above named Corinty and State, aj entered as petition of MerVln Cronan claiming! -Member 81, „„. of you an absolute divorce on the! at Algona I 0 .' it ""'l service -------------- - — Electric" Light Fund, mdse. Uny Braun et al, labor ---Algona Steam laundry Laundry, R'y Express* Agency, express Jack Hlnman Jr., water test SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 36.0C Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 183.05 Wilson Concrete Co., mdse. 105.87 Oeo. Miller et al, labor 211.30 Fred Baumgartncr, labor -. Frank Skllling, labor Elliott Skllling, man and WIgman Co., mdse. 340.89 Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., mdse. 17.00 fi.OO James B. Clow & Sons, mdse. McWane Cast Iron Pipe Co., mdse. . 1- 120.50 American Foundry Co., mdse. 55.85 Steel Sales Corp., mdse 12.51 Kohlhaas Bros., Garage, 9.40 .20 mdse. Laing & Muckey, mdse. — Geo. Holtzhauer, mdse. 15.53 H. W. Post, frt. and dray— 68.96 Harry Barton et al, labor.. 362.64 Oscar Norman, labor 10.35 R'y Expres Agency Inc., express 6.82 GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary .. 125.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary— • 125.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 6.75 Meyer & Wenthe, mdse. — 2.50 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., service 3.25 Thos. Akre, rent 10.00 Jesse Umbenhower, dump cart — 12.50 F. W. Green, dogs 5.00 Jesse Lashbrook, 'salary — 25.00 Hubert Ostcrniaiin to School— Hubert Ostermann, who has been at Palmer all Hummer pitching baseball, returned home last week Monday. From here he went to Blue Earth to visit his mother before he leaves for Fayette to attend Upper Iowa university. Methodist .Aid Officers Cliosili— The Methodist Aid held its election of officers last Thursday, and Mrs. Glen Yahnke was chosen pres- 'ident, Mrs. Howard Mayrie, vice president, Mrs. Thompson, secretary, and Mrs. N. A. Pingle, trea- Many Cullers af Trvington — Mr. and Mrs. William Bindewald, of Albert Lea, culled at the M. L. Roney home and other places here, one day last week. The tBlndewalds have been in Algona a few weeks as Mrs. Bindewald has been caring Jesse Lashbrook, salary — 79.20 Elliott Skilling, man and 28.00 122.50 team Elliott Skilling, team man and for her aunt, Mrs. Lorenz, who recently underwent an operation. They plan to return to their home the fore part of next week when Mrs. Lorenz's daughter, Mrs. John Shearer, of Council Bluffs, will come to care for her mother. The Binde- walds are former Irvfng.ton residents. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley You'll like these SteeLJNests too, after you have put them in your poultry house and find how easy they are to keep clean—how they help to keep your poultry house free from lice and mites. These Sanitary Steel Nests are made by Jamesway and they are the finest nests that we have ever had in our ritore. They are made of Galvanized Sheet Steel. They hang on the side wall of your poultry house. They are self-cleaning—you just raise them upward and outward and the straw and litter slides out the back. It will pay you to drop into our store and look at these aests—any one who has laying hens will find these nests a mighty profitable investment. A. W. BEHRENDS' HATCHERY Algona, Iowa \V. F. M. S. Names Officers— The W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Edward Knoner last week Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Mayne was reelected president; Mrs. Womack, vice president; Mrs. Knoner, secretary; and Mrs. Mayer, treasurer. If. S. Team Defeats Grunt— The Ledyard high school baseball squad had a practice game with Grant center Friday and won 7-3. Meyers and daughter Mary Ann.,. Eldora, and a girl friend of Mary Ann called at the M. L. Roney home last Friday. They were en route from. Eldora to Esthervllle, where both girls will teach this year. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers lived on the farm now occupied by the V. J. Schichtls some 30 years ago. Chicago Visitors Arc Honored- Mrs. M. L. Roney entertained at a luncheon last Thursday in honor of her niece, Mrs. Roy Blythe,. ot Chicago, and Mrs. Clifford Schradev of Milwaukee. Other guests^ were Mesdames Rome, Vernon, and August Robison, Mrs. David Blythe, Mrs. Harry Sabin," Mrs. A. McLean, Willard Gregson, man and team Frank Skllling, man on streets . George Gunder, man on streets team Willard Gregson, man and team Louis Hagg, labor Oeo. Gunder, labor —j Geo. Hanson, labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Edward Will, return goods John Nordstrom et al, labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. F. S. Norton & Son, mdse.. A. E. Michel, englneering.. FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary Skelly Oil Co., gas 7.00 3.50 14.00 7.00 3,50 3.50 10.20 Z9S.80 1.10 19.30 7.80 2.10 21.10 51.7: 45.00 1.3 90.00 Algona Fire Co., 3 fires HECKART ST. SEWER HILLCREST ADD R H Miller, Examiner, int. coupons. B3.lt C. F. SPECHT, Mayor, Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Legal* CRpNAN, Plaintiff, VS. ' ' ',' Defendant. BUSlNESSl grounds that you have wilfully deserted and absented yourself from! :he plaintiff without reasonable or I lust cause for a period of over two- fears. . | Plaintiff asks the custody of the two minor children. For further particulars- seo the of March Petition on file. Now, Unless 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, Algona, Iowa, In said county, commencing on September 21st, 1031,1 J hones QUARTOS 4, Law Off Office n Algona,; J. I, Attorne' Of flce Iowa default will be entered against you I >ffIce phone 4fin w and judgment rendered thereon In ttl accordance with the prayer of said petition. 49-52 , SHUMWAY & KELLY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. ] Sullivan r ' Me, 403. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a General Execution directed r - P. Harrlngt . At tornoy s . at . u ,| ••hones: Office, to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Humboldt county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court | on the 18th day of August, 1031, In 1 . . _. — favor of M. P. Michael, Assignee, as j *' J ' ' AJr >'KSS G,\v, plaintiff, and against Pearl Brown, i as defendant, for the sum ot Two Hundred Seven and no/100 ($207.00) 146.30 77.10 81.20 Louis Hagg, man on streets 79.45 Fred Baumgartner, gravel and hauling- 53.90 Matt Murtha, mdse. 2.10 William Meyers, labor 2.50 Mike Miller, labor 3.S5 G. W. Gunder, labor 4.05 Standard Oil Co., mdse. ... 45.51 Standard Oil Co., mdse. — 43.84 Clear Lake Sand & Gravef Co., mdse. 25,34 W. H. Horan Elec. Co., mdse. 1.45 C. M. St. P; & P. R'y Co., frt. on sand 40.54 H. W. Post, frt. and dray.._ 15.45 H. R. Cowan & Son, estimate No. 5 M. V. Morris, engineering. Crane Co., mdse. Commonwealth Elec. Co., mdse. Moe' Bridges Co., mdse. Republic Flow Meters Co,, Flow meters IT. R. Cowan & Son, labor & mdse. Kohlhaas Hdw. Co., mdse. 7000.00 200.00 131.40 .70 19.50 324.25 and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, all of this. John Romer et al, labor vicinity, and Mrs. Henry Lofmg, ot - - - Other Ledyard News. The lineup this year is Zielsld, p. Miller, c; Elmer Junkermeier, Ib KlinkKiek, 2b; Jerry Barnes, 3b Kenneth Thompson, ss; Paul Nitz and Alfred Lloyd, fielders. Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Weimers, of Hollywood, Calif., arrived last week Tuesday to visit his brother, L. W. Weimer and look after his bund and land interests. The Methodist Aid is having a reception for the school faculty, this week Friday evening. Everyone is cordially Invited. There were services in the Evangelical church Sunday evening, with the Kev. Mr. Steck, of B^alrmont, preaching. Mrs. Hansen, of Minneapolis, visited Mrs. Leon Worden last week Wednesday. The two are old school friends. Helen Hagge returned Friday from the state fair, to which she was a 4-H delegate from Kossuth county. Barbara Wylam spent the weekend in Fenton with Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, former teacher here. Mrs. Mary Green, of Blue Earth, la here helping care for Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, who is still ill in bed. Paul Gelhaus is ill with rheumatism at the home of his parents, the August Gelhauses. The George Thompson went to Mason City. I'icnic Honors Former Residents— A picnic was given in the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boals, of Clinton, Minn., former residents of Cresco, by former neighbors of the Boals. They formerly lived on the farm now occupied by the M. C. Worsters. Other Irvington News. Mrs. Mabel M. Potter, of Spencer, has been spending several days at Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Skelly Oil Co., gas and 1 oil. K. C. Advance, printing — 25.55 17.9S 71.47 18.35 .88 13.72 NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE— United States of America, North ern District of Iowa, ss: Public notice is hereby gfven, that by virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias (or execution), dated August 17, A. D. 1931, Issued out of the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Iowa on a judgment for $17,473.50 principal, Interest at &%, $214.73 attorney's fees, $24.60 costs, rendered in said Court on the 12th day of August, A. D. 1931, In favor of Aetna Life Insurance Company (of Hartford, Connecticut) and against James Weydert et al, I have, on this 28th day of August, A. D. 1931, levied upon the following described real estate, situated in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter (SEy,) of Section Sixteen (16), Township Ninety-four (94-), Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 160 acres, more or less, and that I will, accordingly, offer said real estate for sale, at public vendue to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on the 5th day of October, A. D. 1931, at two o'clock p. m., at the front door of the Court House In the City of Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa. Dated, Fort Dodge, Iowa, August 25, A. D. 1031.—DON A. PRUESSNER, U. S. Marshal, Northern District of Iowa; by Frank L. Thiede, Deputy. D. M. Kelleher, Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 51-52-1-2 Dollars and costs, I hn.ve levied upon the following described personal i property as the property of the said Pearl Brown to satisfy said execution, to-wit: ono 1928 model Kssex coach, motor No. 705590 hearing Iowa License No. 46-3057: and I will proceed to .sell said property, or so much thereof us may be necessary to satisfy an Id execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the l«h day of September, 3931, nt the east door of the Court HOUHO In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, nt the hour of 10 o'.clock n. m., of said | day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this Office over I owa 'hono 213-W. • .— D. Shumway 'en Office In Q U | nby [ 'hone 58. T-. A. Office in Qulnby Phone 18), 21st day of August, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. VENE A. KRAMER, Plaintiffs Attorney. 51-52 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, September term, 1931. NOTICE OF FROBATK OF "WILL No. 3554. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, M. Tn District'Court, September term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting 1 to be the-last Will and Testament of Katie Johnson, deceased, dated June 29, I92C, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 7th day of October, 1931, is fixed forbearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Cleric of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 5, 19S1. (Seal) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. CLARA REYNOLDS, 5S-1-Z Deputy. KKXKFICK i KESl Phjslclims and Sit, Office over RejtallDi,! Office phone JW, I K. .». Kent-tick, M. D,|J .1. >. Kciii'fio -' — c. n. cRETz«n Physician and Sin Office In John GalbraljJ J hones: Office 310, rei.t • "—.—, P. V. JAXSE,J,|| Physician and Snip Office on South Dodsi -•hones: Office, 666; Algona, Iowa. • —« WALTER FRASEB,! Physician and Surw Jffice in Qulnby Bldg,| Phone No, 1!, — DR. W. I). AM tutcopathlc Physician i Eye, Ear, Nose, and X-ray. Office over Hub Recre J hones: Office, 187; CHIROPRACI «K. n. j. • Palmer Graduate fhirteen year's su Office over State 1 ! 0 VETERLM1II the A. Miller home. • Saturday FASHIONED ACCIDENT- H ORSE and buggy accidents were the cause of much excitement 20 years ago. The whole town turned out—and then talked about it for weeks afterward. Nowadays there is an auto crash every other half hour and little attention is paid. People are suing and being sued. Not unusual when you consider that over 4 million new cars are sold each year. To protect your pocket-book—your property—and the future of yourself and family—auto insurance is a necessity. SAVE ONE FOURTH on your auto Inturanet by injuring with the National Citlitnt Mutual*. Tht National aftnt In your city Will gift you lull 4etall$—or wilt direct. Sioux City Saturday to visit son Milton. their NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS NATIONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL ClTIUNSrVNPMVTUM. Qttttonna, Minn. *«" Wmfi Minn. LA BARRE & FALKENHAlNER THE ALBONA INSUBANOE AGENCI e Mftk «»torn 8t*t< Bunk rt>«M GYPSIES FAIL TO 6YP; PAY FINEJF $39.75 Gypsies are feeling the depression and are becoming much more bold in their depredations. A band was foiled at Eagle Grove recently, and the Eagle reports the affair as follows: A gang of gypsies visited Eagle Grove Saturday and Marshal Newcomb immediately chased them out of town. They parked one of their cars on the Drescheid corner just as Postmaster Borway and his wife drove along. Mr. Borwey thought the driver of the car was in trouble and stopped to assist him. About that time other gypsy cars came along and all of them swarmed around Mr. and Mrs. Borwey, wildly gesticulating and wanting to tell their fortunes. One of them took Mr. Borwey's pocketbook out of his pocket and held it up before him and called him a "good man" and -wished him "good luck." He grabbed his pocket book and got back Into his car and drove away, and after he had gone a short distance he decided to count his money and found that a $10 bill had been removed. Mr. Borwey then notified Marshal Newcomb who In turn asked the Humboldt sheriff to hold the gang. Sheriff Sexe rounded them up between Humboldt and Thor and held them until Mr. Borwey, Marshal Newcpmb and Deputy Sheriff Wilson arrived. The gypsy chief .paid 'back the $10 and Wilson then loaded three of them in bis car and brought them to Eagle Grove, where fines aggregat- In $39.25 were levied by Mayor Beer. Mabel Potter and the Millers, and Mrs. Mae Miller, of Algona, drove to Postvllle to visit. Sunday they visited the East MacGregor park. They returned Monday and Mrs. Potter drove on to her own home at Spencer that evening. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday from Phllllplans 3-18:19. The theme was Enemies of the Cross of Christ. More than fifty attended Sunday school. The Item In last week's Advance stating that 21 were in attndance at Sunday school a week ago Sunday was Incorrect. The correct number Is 71. Mrs. Clifford Schrader, of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Roy Blythe, of Chicago, and their children, who have been visiting here for a few weeks left for Chicago Saturday evening. Mrs. Schrader will visit there for a short time before returning to Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Danner, who moved to Owasa several months ago, are now located at Lu Verne. The James Ards spent Sunday with them and the Danners were Labor day visitors at the Ard home. The Earl Millers and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox attended the McDonald family reunion at the Olson park at Fort Dodge Sunday. Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, August 27, 1931 —City council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. K. Kelly, salary $ 165.00 Leo Bellock, salary 150.00 Walter Gorman, salary 135.00 Tom Halpin, salary 135.00 Ray Barton, salary „ 130.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary C. C. Wright, salary 130.00 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 145.DO Ernst Thiel, meter reading. 24.70 Line Material Co., mdse. —. 57.00 Terry Durln Co., radse. 200.67 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse. 153.34 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse. 239.42 Graybar Electric Co., mdse. 90.56 General Electric Supply Co., 56.22 20.79 6.20 154.18 35.28 7U8 mdse. W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. -Electric Supply Co., The Electric Heater Corp., mdae. ---------- „ -----Shell Petroleum c, p. «F Corp., ,,,"„,y Co., There is TREASURE in your ATTIC WHY not make some of those discarded things in your attic gratify your desire for that certain new thing for t which you have been yearning? They still have value and usefulness for someone or you wouldn't have saved them. Turn that value into cash by locating those who would welcome the chance to get them at a fair price. Buyers are not hard to find. People are reading our Want Ads just for such opportun- l6 L. w. roi Veterinarian West State StreeU J hones: Office <75-W,fl BUILDER COUTI COAVAN i General Contr Estimates Fun -•hones: Business, UUij MACHIMSnl NORTON MACHHII Machinists and"" ••ervlce stock on Piston I and Bearlap,; Vest of Courthouse. PHOBUCBl SWIFT i CO* Cash Bay* j Poultry, Bgf Matt LamutU Phone f" KOSSUTH IN8UHANCB Al iver $15,000,000 w< :n force. A homo <ecure. 3. 0. 5. B. » Barw Reliable I» ' phone »••; Mty Property Insurance. .07 W. State Bt JOE New and Tires and . Hides, Fur tf! PIANO ' 80 Tears _ Military Ban*! Advertise Your Treasure in The Kossuth County Advance

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