Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1931 · Page 6
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V ./^ ••V- ; ' i :-' l /v*' stTTH #™faw^\tLmm'*mmkMm"'r'^ : - ' '"' '^J'^^^t^L.* KOSBtrtH WASTKD You to try 'Rtohard's Rheumatic Remedy, Reaches every bone, muscle, tissue and joint. Removes the cause. Stops tile pain. Money back IE It falls. $1.00; six—$5.50. At E. W. Lusby's and all druggists. MISS AMERICA Do you want to see her first. Then come to the COLISEUM, TITOXKA Friday Night, Oclober 10 Jwhere she makes her first appear- .nnce in Iowa. She's the, Sunshine |«lrl of IflSlO, who won the National '.Beauty Contest at Galveston, Texas. Miss America has her 0 Ohioans with her. «. W. SHE PA HI), Mgr. Foot Itch Millions Hav« Athlete's Foot Why suffer- from the queer skin disease causing severe Itching of toes and feet ( cracking, peeling skin, blisters, Ringworm, Trench Foot or Hand -Itchi-.when you can avoid Infection and quickly heal your skin with Dr. Nixon's Nlxoderm? Baaed on the famous English Hospital formula, discovered by a leading London skin specialist, Dr. Nixon's Nlx- oderm acts with amazing speed, because designed for this particular ekln disease. Nixodorm is guaranteed. It must stop itch and quickly heal your skin or the small coat Will be refunded. E. W. MJSIIY'S DRUG 8TOIIE ONE DOSE GERMAN REMEDY ENDS GAS "I was eJck and nervous with indigestion and stomach gas. One dose of Adlerika helped. I eat anything now and sleep good."—Henry Dodd. You can't get rid of indigestion or gas by just doctoring the stomach. For gas stays, in the upper bbwel. Adlerica reaches BOTH upper and lower bowel, washing out poisons which cause gas, nervousness and bad sleep. Get Adlerika today; by tomorrow you feel the wonderful effect of this German Doctor's remedy. B. W. Lusby, Druggist. —1 he YELLOW PENCIL with the DBAND LAKOTAC,T,A, NO, 3 REPORT IS GIVEN OUT Lnkota, Oct. 13 — The No. 3 testing report for the. month shows that 412 cows on test, 130 dry, averaged 33S Ibs. milk, and 13.4 Ibs. bf. Nine cows produced more than 40 Ibs. fat anfl 2 made over BO Ibs.; five cows were sold as unprofitable; five members were feeding silage; seven were feeding alfalfa; 24 were feeding concentrates; eight were feeding high protein concentrates, High herds are C. M. Gross, 8 gr. Holstein, 1 dry, av. 704 Ibs. milk, 25.6 Ibs. bf., i on honor roll; H. W. Hobson, 14 gr. Guernseys, five dry, av. 515 Ibs. milk, 22.9 Ibs. bf., 3 on honor roll; William H. Trasamar, 15 gr. Guerr^yg, av. 499 Ibs. milk, 22.1 Ibs. fat; John Steenhard Jr., W gr. Holstelns, 5 dry, av. 594 Ibs. milk, 19.1 Ibs. fat, one on honor roll; Henry Lampe, 17 reg. Holsteins, 4 dry, av. 467 Ibs. milk, iis.s Iba. fat, one on honor roll. All of these herds were fed concentrates and four of the five were fed high protein concentrates. Hiifh cow for month was a grade Holstein owned by A. B. West with a production of 1203 Ibs. milk and 54.1 Ibs. fat, fresh August 11; second was a grade Guernsey, 3 year old, owned by W. H. Hobson, with an average of 1299 Ibs. milk, and 50.7 Ibs. fat, fresh July 4; third, gr. Holstein, owned by W. J. Bourne, av. of 1332 Ibs. milk, and 46.6 Ibs. fat, fresh August 27; fourth, reg. Holstein, owned by Henry Lampe, av. SS"> Ibs. milk, 46.1 February 24; fifth, Ibs. gr. fat, fresh Holstein, owned by John Steenhard Jr., av. of 1560 Ibs. milk, 45.2 Ibs. fat, fresh June el. Four of the above cows were fed grain. The highest 2-year-old was a club calf owned by Louis Price, av. of SI!) Ibs. milk, 36.9 Ibs. fat, fresh February 10. Lnkotnns at Federation Meeting— A number of club women attended the County Federation meeting at Algona Country club last week Tuesday and report a very interesting- meeting. Trie four rural clubs and the Algona W. C. T. U. were hostess clubs, and arranged a good program. Mrs. Clayton Phillips, of Livermore, who is tenth district director, was pressnt and Dr. T. 13. Davidson, a goitre specialist, of Mason City, gave a talk on the advisability of periodical examinations. Registration was 190. The December Ui meeting will be held at Algona with the Woman's club as hostess. day and the annual bazaar Will be held November 18.' : '" Window falls; Cuts Voiitli's Ilniirt— Da'.e Hamquist had the misfortune to have a window fall shut Ort his hand Sunday morning, cutting the hand severely. Doctor Williams put in seven stitches to close the wound. Other Lakotn Jifews* Lena Gutknecht came home from Mason City Friday to spend the week-end here. She brought with her Mrs. Nina Wilson who visited at the J. H. Warburton's, and Mrs. M. H. Bailey, who visited her daughter and family, the R. F,. Wor- leys, and Elsie Smith, of Swea City, who is attending business college at Mason City. They all returned to Mason City Sunday. A number of Lakotans went to Ledynrd last week Wednesday for the quilt exhibit given at the Methodist church by the Aid. A large number of beautiful guilts were on display, one being pieced and quilted bv a man. Tea was served and a silver offering amounted to $15. The C. C. Bigleys, of Fort Worth, Texas, spent pnrt of last week visiting relatives here. Later in. the week accompanied by Henrietta. Kleist, who Is Mrs. Blgley's aunt, they went to Garner to visit the Henry Schmltts. The Bigleys are former residents of Lakota. The ..Harold Pierces and Loraine- Smith went to TItonka Sunday for the ball game between German Valley and the Lakotn Krauts. The score was '11-6 in favor of German Valley. Harold pierce umpired. Mrs. Oran O'Keefe spent part of •last v|£wh at Estherville care for her father who Is ill. "she came home Saturday him improved. Friday was Mayor birthday and his daughter, Kemp, and :her daughter, of LOANS ?300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. Can be repaid by small equal monthly payments. Our new payment extension plan protects YOU when sick or out of employment. MONEY FOR TAXES1AND SCHOOL Tor 1mmediate service, call write, or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY Mrs. Henry Robn Is Dead— Mrs. Henry Roba died at Buffalo Center, September 26, of asthma and an attack of quinsy. Mrs. Roba was born Sarah Ellen Young in Booneville, N. C. In 1S79 she was married to William Spencer, and they moved to the Lakota neighborhood in 1000. Mr. Spencer died in October 1!)24. In July 1925 she married Henry Roba. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church September 28, and burial was made beside Mr. Spencer in the Buffalo Center cemetery. and reports Mussman's Mrs. Rlce- ville, surprised him by coming for a short visit. Prosbytei-ian young folks held a rally day program Sunday evening consisting of solos, duets, readings, etc. A large crowd was present. The Milton Pringles entertained George' Pringle, and uncle of Milton, and Mr. Schaffer and MivMegn, all of Greene, last week Thursday. Roland Smith, Mrs. Delia Smith, and Mrs. Oran O'Keefe attended the funeral of E. J. Skinner at Algona last week Wednesday. Dr. Edward Johnson and a cousin Louis Schmitt, of Kanawha, spent Sunday and Monday with the Rev. F. O. Johnsons. The Herman Wessels moved lost week from Miss Kleist's house to the one recently vacated' by the Ed Thaves. The W. I. Fullers and the D. J. Logans, of .Spencer, spent Sunday visiting at Harvey Johnson's. The E. H. Boraths and the Clarence Gaylords, of Blue Earth, visited at Robert Hamilton's Sunday. Class Steinhard haw been ill for two weeks at his home in town. ALOOIHA. Phono No. 698 Representing Federal Finance Co., Des Molnes FAT GIRLS! HERE'S A TIPJOR YOU All over the world Kruschen Salts is appealing to girls and wo men who strive for an attractive freo from fat figure that cannot fall to rt'in admiration. Hore:i the recipe that banishes fat and brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every woman Dossesses. Every morning 1 take one hal ttvispoor) of Kruschen Salts in t glass of ihot water before breakfast Be sui'e and do this every morn ing for "It's the little daily dose tha takes off the fat" and brings "tha Krusohcn feeling" of energetic healtu and activity that is reflect ed in bright oye-s, clear skin, cheer ful vivacity and charming figure Get ii.n $ijc bottle of Kruschen Salts ;i,t ID. W. Lusby's or any drut, store (lasUs 4 weeks)—you must be satisfied with results or money back KC BAKING POWDER FOR OVIR d pure •0d efficient. USE |*M Uisn of high POUNDS USED jedyard l r - B. Officers Elected— The Ledyard township general 'arm Bureau meeting was held at he Lou Nitz homo Friday evening vith a good crowd attending. County Agent Morrison and Muriel Body, . D. A., were present and each ave a talk. J. H. Holcomb was lected president; Jerry Heetland, ecretary-treasurer; Lou Nitz, assis ant president, and John Heetland ublicity chairman. Seneca Sunday guests of Mrs; Arrna Oa- jorn were Bertha Johnson, county auditor ' and her mother, Mr. and Mrs. .). B. Mason and Mr: Gilbertson, of Algona; Mr. and. Mrs.. Wm. Brown and sons, Armstrong; and Mrs. .Jennie Jenson and: sons. BURT HOUSES NEW TENANTS .Burt, OcP. 18 — Considerable moving has been going on in BUrt of late and nearly every house Ih town is now occupied. Within ..the next week or two the A.-N. Jfensens will move into the Stewart house riow occupied by the fc._ O. Mansmlths. The L. A. Boettchers will move into- the house to be vacated by the Jensens. They recently purchased the house. The J. T. Heaneys w.lll move Into the house vacated by the Boett- chers and -the Art Leasoiis will move Into their house, which they recently purchased, in which the Heaneys have been living. The C. K. Johnson nnd George Wlllard families moved from Bancroft and are occupying the old Owen house. Minnesota Relatives Vtelt Here- Mrs. Carl Lovstnd and children, Orvllle, Agnes, -and Marvin, of Hallock,- Minn., and Mis* Green, a friend from Battle Lake, Minn., arrived last week Wednesday, for' a two weeks' visit at the Myron Mein'- zer and Mrs. Clara Olson home. Mrs. B. W.- Evansom and daughter Marlys, of Story City,, arrived Sunday for a week at the same home. Mrs. Lovstnd, Mrs. E.vanson, Mrs. Olson are sisters. and Three Conie from South Dnftutw— Ben Sheldon, .Condee, S ; . D;,. (Seo. Sheldon, Frankfort, s. D., antl' Man-- lin Marlow, Redfleld, S. D,,. came last week Wednesday to visit at Mrs. Lillian Sheldon's. Threy. aire- cousins of Mr. Sheldon, antli ars- looking for work. They and Mrs, Sheldon, Mrs. Rachel Lowe, and, Mrs. Lois Trainer were West Bend visitors Sunday. Pastor Is P.-T A. Speaker— The P.-T. A. met Thursday evening at the schoolhouse. The- maim feature of the program was an' adV dress by the Rev. Mr. Gladstone, of Lone Rock. He spoke on farm relief. Other numbers on the program were-a reading by Mrs. Don- aid' Weir, and a vocal duet by Vera Chipman and Virginia Thaves. five Promoted to Sunday School— Rally dn- services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday. A special program and promotion service was held, and five pupils were promoted from the primary -department to the Sunday school proper. Each was presented with Testament. a New scrt'S, -with Mrs. A, O. Berhfiftrd as assistant'hostess. ' ••>--;i,':< A large delegation of Burt' Odd Fellows and RBbekahs attended fho county booster meeting at Algonfl at the church Friday evening. Alton, son of George Petit, caught his hand In a corn picker last Friday, badlyi crushing his. two middle fingers. ' •' Dr. W. T. Peters reports the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sharp, of Seneca, last Friday. The Tom Trenat-y family visited the Herbert Trefmry home near La- ko'ta Sunday. Want Ads WANTED TO 415 afternoons or evenings. _ 9u5 FOR SALE—WinE~TrriE TRIPLE box wagon.—Wm. Dutant. 12p5 Legals 3TAT15 OB 1 SttEfttFF'S IOWA, MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS and town property.—W. C. Danson. 10p5-8 FOR SALE—ALL M r "oOL~"bARK blue chinchilla coat; size 14.—209 E. Call. 12p5-6 FOR KENT—LIGHT HOSEKEEP- Ing rooms.—521 E. Elm st., phone 762. 10p5 PENSLAR ONE-CENT SALE IS now going 1 on at Lusby's' Store. Drug 12u5 WANT TO BORROW $1,000 AT fair Interest OTI good security. Advance. Ask 12p6 FOR SALE—BTJTCK SIX SEDAN; priced to sell'.-—Mrs. E. J. Skinner, phone 67. I2p5 PENSLAR ONE-CENT SALE IS now going on at Lusby's Drug Store. PENSLAR ONE"-CENT 12U5 "SALE" is now going on at Lusby's Drug Store. 12U5 FOR SALE—SEVERAL WINTER coats and dresses in size 16; bargain price.—Call' 176-JI 14pG FOR SALE—SOUTH' BENT> Malle- atrle range; good' condition.—Mrs. E". J. Skinner, phone 67i 12p5 MAN^WANTED 7 ^" TO~HUSK~ 40 acres fpr wages; work for board Iiv winter.—Call Advance. IJpS FOR RENT—MODERN FUKNISH- ITght ITpS PRIVATE . SALE — FURNITURE and" other articles, Friday and' Saturday.—701 E. State st.—Th'eo-. EI- ed" 3-room apartment for 1 Housekeeping.—Phone 4S8-W: l'4pg Dakota Freshmen Are Initiated— A party to initiate freshmen wa.s ield at the school house Friday evening by the high school and eachers. The thirteen members of he class are Donald Worley, Beth lamquiat, Robert Hamilton Jr., iermnn Werenga, Muriel Johnson, Vlata Poppe, Geneva Bobo, Clarence Koppen, Victor Thaves, Orville Koppen, Eldon ileetland, Bertha \ilts, and Melvln Scroeder. Former Teacher Now in Honolulu— The E. R. Worleys received a letter from Miss Muller, who wa.s teacher of music in the local school last year, but who is teaching this year in a church school in Honolulu, in which she says she enjoys her work very much. She says the weather is wonderful and from her window she can see Diamond mountain, the oceun and other beautiful scenery. K. lj. Officers Are Installed— The Epworth League young folks held a candle-light installation service at the church Sunday evning. Dorothy Clemans is president, Miss Showalter and Sylvia Koppen, vice presidents, and Beth Hamquist, sec retary-treasurer. Twenty members and ten visitors were present, subject, Comradship. Former Resident in Visit— Fred Brudburn, of Humboldt, was a visitor here last Friday. The Bradburns formerly lived north of town, and settled there in 1886. Mr and Mrs. Bradburn Sr. are now dead. Fred owns and manages a dairy farm north of Humboldt, anc milks 60 cows. The milk is all de livered in town. Smiths Home from Fishing Trip— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith return ed from their fishing trip at Mitche! Lake, Minn., Thursday evening They brought home some nice fish one, a northern pike, measured 3' inches in length and weighed 1' pounds. Mitchel Lake is 30 miles north of Brainard. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kelly are parents of a boy born last week. Mrs. Kelly was Bertha Vigdahl before her marriage, a daughter of Ben Vigdahl, who formerly lived a mile west of Seneca.. Mrs. Jennie Jenson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jenson were Saturday callers at George Jenson's in Ringsted. Martin Thompson, and children and Mr. and Mrs. George Charlson, of Cylinder, were, guests at Joseph Anderson's, near Rake, Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Sande, of Seneca, attended the dedication of the Lutheran church in Graettinger unday. The cornerstone was laid n the forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sharp are Barents of an S-lb. boy born last veek Tuesday, named Donald Lee. Mrs. Sharp was Helen Nielsen. The Albin Nelson family, of Harly, recently rented the farm now enanted by John Englands for next •spring. Alhin Nelson grew to manhood in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saunders received word last Saturday morning of the arrival of a 12-lb. grandson it the Milton Murphy home. Mrs. Murphy was Eleanor Saunders be- ore her marriage. Mrs. Jens Halvorson and daugh- er, Mrs. Linus Jenson, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ulstad to Joseph Anderson's near Rake last Wednesday. Mrs. Anderson was entertaining her local Aid there. Mrs. Halvorson and Mrs. Anderson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Behrends are parents of a girl born October 4. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jenson, of Ringsted, and Mrs. Jennie Jenson and son Ralph returned from Waterloo last Monday. They visited the Shaugers in Waterloo. Sunday the Jensons and Shaugers drove to Cedar Falls and spent the day with other relatives, the Jens Petersons. Many farmers are busy picking corn, though there has been no killing frost. Mrs. Anna Osborn is spending a few days this week helping her daughter, Mrs. William Brown, with sewing. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear, of Seneca, spent Sunday at their daughter Mrs. Roy Dodge's, at Popejoy. A niece and nephew of the Wears, Mr. and Mrs. R, V. Tomlinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Milholland, of Mason City, were there. ftvi'n at Federation Meeting— Among the Burt women who attended the county Federation meeting last week Tuesday were Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. Donald Weir, Mrs. George Carroll, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, and Esther Hodgson. Auxiliary to Install officers—The Auxiliary will meet in the Legion hall next week Wednesday. There will be instalation of officers. There will be a joint district Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Britt October 28, and a county Auxiliary meeting at Fenton November 3. Former Hurt Boy Preaches Here— The Rev. Ray Isenberser, of Decorah, preached at the Methodist; church Sunday morning. The Rev, Mr. Isenberger is a former Burt boy, the son of J. O. Isenberger. bert. FOR' RT3NT— FURNISHED OK unfurnished housekeeping rooms; reasonable. — Mrs. J. H7 Riddle, 103 Kennedy s t. M'pS WILL~SELL~CHEAPrONE~nv;arry • new power Maytag washing machine:- also one Howard" 8-tube' all electric- radio. Terms .If desired'. — Algona Ihsu ranee Agency. 5-6 WILL WONDERS NEVER' CEASE? The newest Super-heterodyne fn full" 3r-irr. Console Cabinet at £3ff.50. This Is-' at least $20.00 under- the KOSSUTtt COUNTY. 38* Case No, 13699. Notice Is hereby glVen Ihnt by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the t>!«- trict Court of Koatiu'h county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 3rd" day of October, 1931, In favor of A. B. Caswell,, nsr plaintiff, and agrtfnst Harry O. Chambers and Sarah A. Chambers;' as defendants, for the sum of Nine Thousand Three Hundred Twenty- five and 66/100 ($9ff26.56) Dollars and costs, taxed at. One Hundred Seventy-four , an* 10/IW ($174.10) Dollars and accruing caste, I have levied upon the following- described real property as the property of 'the said Harry O. Chambers and Sarah A. Chambers, John I. Thompson, an* L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as receiver of .the Farmers Savfngs •Bank, Llvermore, Iowa, to* satisfy said execution, ito-wlt: The- Southwest Quarter (SWU) of Section, One (1) In Township Ninety Fbwr (94) North, Range .Twenly Seven (27) Weat of the Flftft P. M-., Kossuth County, Iowa;- ami I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as 1 maybe necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, on the 10th day of November, 1931, at ttve 1 east door ' of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ,m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the under, signed. Dated this 9th day of October; 1931. L E. HOVET, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys'. 5-6 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, iiv and for Kossuth county, November term, 1931. Clara Olson, Plaintiff, vs. Martin Olson, Defendant. To Martin Olson, the above named Defendant: You are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named county and state, a petition of Clara Olson, plaintiff herein, claiming of you an absolute divorce on the grounds of willful de- hieholHgTOrt NtfV&tlfeeP *28>d, 1&31, default wilt be entered against y6u and judgment' rendered thorebn In accordance 'with the prayer of said petition, BHUMwAY & KELLY, 6*8 _• ' Attorneys for Plaintiff. NOTICE OP PBOIUT* OP WILL 'No. 3661 StAtA of Iowa, kossuth count.\ SB, 1H District court, September term 1931. To All Whom tt May Crfncm-n: Ton art hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of B. Dlteworth, deceased, dated January 21, 1829, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 10th day of November, 1931, la fixed for hearing proof of name at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court Of said County or the Clerk 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 wild Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 13, IMS. i (Seal) •'.-,, CLARK ORTON. Clerk of District Ceurt CLARA REYNOLDS, ' Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft Linnan, Attorneys; — 5.7 TO EDWARD F. WAGNER AND FRED. WAGNEH, Whlttetnore, Iowa, and 1 TO WHOST . IT MAY CONCERN: ' ' You are hereby notified that the undersigned will self at public auction to the ftlgheet Bfrfder for cash at. ttte front Soar of the Courthouse iro Algona, Iowa, on Frfcfay, the 30th dky of October, 193/1, at ten o'clock a-.. nr..'pf said' day, a certain Ctrevro- : let coach, Factory No. WD63965, Engine 1 No. 835341, 1929 model, to pay a certain note of One Hundred Thirty Dollars ($130.00), given by Edward" F; Wagner and' FreoT Wagner om July 15, 1931,. to Inland Finance- Cbnporationr of Algona, Iowa 1 , which note is- secured by chatter mortgage on 1 tKv aboiwr descrlbedl can. ' INLANU FINANCE BUSINESSDIjjj ofJHarch i-ton ""•"« °K°S?l Bonn, A 'Jj n MioxJjp ^j^S'- 0. D. Shuniw ay v ...J. 5-6' CORPORATION. MONEY for TAXES See & LACY AJfeanai Pbone 538 Appraisers for Federal Finance Co. sertion for a period of over two j 2 00 V Liberty BIdg:, Bes Molnes market.—Gamble- Stores:. 25-5 Liakpt ail's Sister Is Dead- Henrietta Kliest received a mes sage last week stating her sister Mrs. G. Rosenau, had died. The Kosenaus were pioneers in this com munity, coming here In the early SO's. They moved to Lynden, Wash 20 years ago. ,128 Hogs Shipped by one Man— Julius Henning, who lives a mile east of town, shipped 11128 hogs averaging 450 Ibs. in weight to Pittsburg last Saturday. The hogs were driven down main street on the way to the stockyards and mad ( a very interesting spectacle. Supper and Bazaar Planned-Mrs. A. E. Buckels entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wed nesday at the church. The secon< division will give a 25 cent luncheon at the church next week Wednea FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- shire Boars. Sired by Promotion Jr. and' Ringmaster. Good', priced right: Raised on clean ground".—S. A. Butcher. Armstrong. 21p2-5 FOR' SAXE — SEVER'AE BR'AND new Victor adding machines at Bargain prices. Also lots of Brood rebuilt standard' typewriters: Typewriter Exchange-, Esthervillfe; Towa. years. Petition asks for the custody of the two minor children. For further particulars see the Petition now 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 Courthouse, Algona, Iowa, in said county, com- Burt A training school for Burt town ship F. B. leaders was held at Mrs. W. A. Peters's last week Tuesday. The Presbyterian church will hold a congregational and social meeting at the church Friday vening. The Rev. J. E. Clifton family visited the Rev. Mr. Clifton's brother at Nora Springs Saturday. Mrs. J. T. Heaney entertained the Sewing Circle at her home last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chlpmun and William Elvidge visited relatives al Armstong Sunday. The Paul Dettman family spent Sunday Bode. at Aage Anderson's near Geo. P. Hawcott and Roy Butterfield, went to a hog sale at Altoona Monday. John G«ttnMwi was at Sheldon last Saturday, • Other Burt News. H. AV. Trainer went to Sparta^ Wis., last week Wednesday to visit till Sunday, when he returned home bringing Mrs. Trainer and the baby with him. They had been spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. Trainer's parents. ' " Mrs. Charles Ross came Thursday from Marshalltown. Her daughter.;. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and: daughter Joan, accompanied her to Armstrong, where they visited another daughter till Sunday, w.heni they returned to their homes.. Myron Chipman, Raymond Bleich, Edward Paine, and Gardner.- Patterson, Ames students, spent the weekend with their parents;. Glenn Afoli- entine and Merwyn Cunningham. took them back "to Ames Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Georg.ej Golle, Hardy,. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and tile Lewis Johnson family,, of HuinbolAt, spent Sunday at W/. H. Klanyi's. Mrs. Johnson remained for a week's. visit. The Home Guards met Saturday afternoon with Eleanor Vogel. About 20 girls attended. There was an excellent program, followed by a treasure hunt and welner and marshmallow roast. Portland Farm Bureau women. will meet next week Wednesday at Mrs. A. R. Godfredson's. Mrs, S. M. Peterson, Mrs. Ed Dittmer. and Mrs. Tresthus will be assistant hostesses. Mrs. Julia Brace, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Doty, Fredericksburg, S. E. Straley, Fenton, and ^ and Mrs. W. E. Brace and daughter Gladys were Sunday guests at G. E. Brace's. Joseph Elvidge, Lone Rock, submitted* to an operation for the removal of an epithelloma of the temple at Dr. W. T. Peters's office Monday. Guy Giddings Jr. arrived Sunday from Chicago. He is a mall carrier in Chicago' and is now on vacation, which he will spend with his par ents, the G. C. GioTdings. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson, Wesley, spent the weekrend at Mrs. M. A. Dexter's. Mrs. Johnson has been suffering with an Infection in her foot. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter, of Osage, and their granddaughter, Nancy Clare McWhorter, Mason City, spent the week-end at the F. L. Ryerson home. Raymond Bartlett took a truck load of household goods for the Rev. Mr. Gartner from Titonka to Rowan last week. J. T. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham, o.f Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Graham were Sunday guests at J. G- Sewick's. Margaret Morness will take Helen Schrader's place In Dr. Peter's office. She has been working at the Kossuth hospital. Dorothy McDonald celebrated her tenth birthday Friday by entertaining the members of her class at a party at her borne after school. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steward the week-end with relatives at North wood. The W. H. M, S. day afternoon at FOR- SALE — TWO USED' power cornpickers- in very- good 1 condition; McCOrmiclt-Deerihg- ana John Deere, good' price and' terms; Swea City Implement Co., Swea- City, la. . ETtrttf EPILEPST CtTR-ABLE? 1 — Detroit lady finds- complete relief for husband; Specialists home, abroad fail- eif. Nothing to sell: All' letters- answered'.—Mrs. G'eo: Bern-pester,. Apt. D-2; 6900 La Fayette Blvd. West, Detroit, Mich. NO NEED TO BE; IDLE^-Any energetic man can- selt Ward"'* Established' Household; and" Farm Necessities- of proven- merit and enjoy year around steadily increasing business. Must own car. Write Immediately to Dr. Ward's Medical Co. Wlhona, MTmt.. Estabfishea 1856. 42p*-7 tilk (jtauners anil Tailon* Phone AAo •The world's most satisfying possession Of all worldly things: you could owm, 'there's nothing that ;will give you more genuine pleasure than: a fine, diamond. For this precious; gem: represents the ultimate in beauty; in permanence, in value. When you select your diamond, we will gladly offer you- the benefit of our years of experience. The stone you choose here willl be perfect m every respect. . . and its price will be based on actual wordu A. H. Borchardt Jeweler Diamond tings in a. wide choiceof designs Phones: Office, r"' Algona ' "V ra oJ?3ll Phones: Office, 666- S* .1 * '«n i, Iowa WALTER FRAsInTL om^tb^i Phone No. 12 S B1 0, IK uHioiiiil Physician and SuriK,! Office in Postofflce ] Phones: Office, 197; —— _ i>n. AV. D. Osteopath Ic I'llyslcTan"«ii7i Eye, Ear, Nose, ana ' OCTTee over Hub Recreation J Phones: Office, 187; rei 1)11. H. A. EVAXS.J.1 For niiifherniy ami oiijt Over Borchardt's Drug S Residence phone 312, otl Algonn, Iowa. CHIROPRACTORS! wt. it..!. 1 Palmer Graduate Chiropradl Tlilrteen year's successful pJ Office ovi- Plate's Cafel VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street,. Phones: Office, 475-W.; BUILDING CO>TRAC COWAJf i SOX General Contractors Estimates Purr Phones: Business. 833-.I; MACHINISTS HTORTOX JIACHIXK 1VOI Machinists and Weldoil Service Stock on ; Piston Rings, Pins, and i West of Courthouse PRODUCE II SWIFT Si COMPASI Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, and ! Matt Lamuth, Msr. '| Phone 264. M ore genuine satisfaction than any INSURANCE KOSSUTH OOUXW -V- IJTSUJIANCE ASSOCUH Over $15,000,000 worth MW. in force. A home compattj secure. J. 0. Paxaon, P* AOEXCV C. B.-La Barro AI I.-- ,._ Reliable Insurance WW| Phone 55 •— City Property Loans. Insurance. Real CUNNINGHAM 107 W. State St. car I ever owned" w,e*t Satur- H,ob- E FORD IB good-looking. It ••• u safe. Comfortable. Speedy. Reliable. Long-lived. ECO. nomical. Everything a good car should be. There is, top, an added something •bout it that brings enthusiastic comments from every one who has ever driven a Ford , .'. the joy it puts in motoring. *»I have been a car owner continuously for nearly 20 years,»» writes a motorist connected with a leading university. "During this period I have bought eleven new automobiles^ Eight of eleven were in the middle-price one cost three thousand dollars last is f Ford I purchase. ' months ago, «% the light O f tfcL, experience I «„ wy w all sincerity th* I have derived wore genujn* satisfaction from •aying this, I am thinking in terms of comfort, safety, driving pleasure, ease of control and economy, My next car wiU also be • Ford because it will give me what I want at a price I can afford to pay,'* • When you get behind the ^J^el o f the Ford and drive it yourself yow will know it is a truly remarkable car at a first buy it, You will become more and more enthusUstlcthelonger you drive it. After thousands of miles of driving you will s "•' omy will i can '4 30 »'6 40 JOfi tji***•-•— i New and used Auto U™ Tires and Accasori»|| Hides, Fur and" Algona, Io»» -jj| H.W.POI Dray and T»i8l| Long Distance Haii| , Every load j tt against loss and age of all kinds, E ped to do all «' hauling and dray • PHONED! Algona, T/ "" a MIMEOGRA ^^^sssaftf*^ ADVAN(

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