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FIVE HURT IN MR ACCIDENT NEAR FENTON Trenton. Nov. Inj n-c-d In an • Five persona accident lust Thursday forenoon when a car going south Mnd another going west collided B! the corner tour miles south of Ponton. Mr.and Mrs. Fred Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haase, y jind the Haase hired man, of near •"-"Lone Rock, were going west. Or- Jiyille Boltnot, of near Depew, was "•Tfelone In the car going south. The .: Haack car hit the Boltnot car shoving It into a fence ana throwing Mr. tioltnot out and under his car. The Hanck car was turned over, landing on the top, with the five passengers underneath. The Injured were taken to the McCreery hospital at VV-hittemore. Mr. Boltnot •suffered a punctured lung, a severe blow on the head, and had three ribs fractured besides cuts and bruises. He died Saturday night. Mrs. Haa.se had her pelvis bone broken, and will be bedfast several •weeks. The others escaped with cuts and bruises. Mr. Haack was not Injured. The Haack car is badly damaged, and the Boitnot car is beyond repair. Womnn's Club Hears Recipes— The Woman's club held its regular meeting last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. E. A. Weisbrbd and Mrs. F. P. Newel hostesses at the Weisbrocl home. Eighteen members were present and responded to roll call with Thanksgiving recipes. Two- interesting papers were given: Oyster Fishing, by Mrs. Hattle Weisbrod, and Cranberries, by Mrs. W. T. Ohm. Mrs. E. J. Frank read it, poem, Pumpkin Pie, by Whittle!-. The program closed with community singing led by Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. bunch followed. Mrs. Charles Schemmel, of Calmer, was a guest of the club. 4-H Girls Name Officers— The 4-H girls held their regular meeting Saturday evening at the home of Marlys Jensen. Officers were elected as follows; president, Alice Dreyer; vice president, Marlys Jensen; secretary, Lorena Dreyer; treasurer, Leona Borchardt; club reporter, Ella Dreyer. Plan's were made for a Christmas party to l>e held in December at Maxine and •Hazel Weisbrod's. A taffy pull w enjoyed by the 25 present. Declam Winners Aro Named— Results of the preliminary declamatory contest by the seventh and eight grade pupils, held at the high school auditorium last week Monday night, follow: Oratorical Edward Lindsey, Fred Zweifel; Dramatic, Bobby Schwartz, Verabelle Ulfers; Humorous, Charles Glaus Lyle Nc-.wel, Wayne Alderson, Bil Smith, Perry Jensen. Music was furnished by the pupils of Room two under direction of Miss Gilbert. JUrs. Frank Itauney Honored— Mrs. O. .f. Ranney entertained a number of women Friday afternoon at quilting at her home two miles east of town. The guests were former friends and acquaintances of Mrs, Frank Ranney, of Huron, S. p., who is visiting at the Renneys. Attending were Mesdames C. F. C. Laage, Chris Ruske, Kate Newel, Clarence Bailey, H. C. Lindsey, J. A. Schwartz and Walter Widdel. Other Fenton News. E. C. Weisbrod and Maxine Weisbrod drove to Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday and brought Verona Weisbrod home from the hospital. Verona, developed a phlebitis in her left leg, which has retarded her recovery from her recent oner- mar, spent last week at tha George and Will Boettchcr and E. C. Wels- brod homes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel, and sons Marvin and DUwane were entertained at the W. R. Wolfe home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod visited Thursday and -Friday with their daughter of 'Mrs. Hugo Denker, at Lester. Gladys Weisbrod haa been employed as boauty operator at the Rusch shop at Whittemore since last week. Mrs. John Qramenz was seriously HI last week with heart disease. She is still ill In bed, but Is i-ecovering. Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast and Mrs. Rosle Legate were Sunday guests at Myron Alderson's. Mr. nnd Mrs.^Fred Jantz Jr. are parents of a boy, born Saturday. STROKE'TAKES AGED PIONEER SENECA WOMAN Mrs. Mary Lynch, 78, well known to a large circle of friends and relatives as Grandma Lynch, died at the home of her son Joe, southeast :>f Seneca, a week ago Sunday. She liad enjoyed good health till about two weeks ago, when she suffered a paralytic stroke, from which she bailed to recover. She will be missed. In Seneca. She was a lifelong Catholic and member of the Alta society, in which organization she took an active interest as long as her liealth permitted. Mrs. Mary Lynch was born at Shellsburg June It, 1853, and was married April 3, 1884, to John Lynch, who died October 5, 1911. She moved with her parents from Shellsburg when she was 4, to Ridgway, WIs., thence to a farm where the present town of Lone Rock is located in 1888. March 1, 1S01, they moved to the place where .she since has lived, having been a resident of this county for 43 years. She is survived by three sons, Daniel 10., of Fenton, Joe, of Seneca, and Dr. .T. H. Lynch, of Sioux City, one daughter, Mrs. George Correct, who died in April, 1912. Pallbearers were A. J. Doleschal, Edward Droessler, Henry Deitering, J. W. Bollig, Albert Hutchinson, and Joe Crowley. Out-of-town relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lynch, of Sioux City, Edward Lynch and mother, of Waterloo, Dr. M. .1. Kenefick. of Algona, Dr. W. T. Peters, of Burt, H. E. Lindsey, and C. M. Umsted, of Fenton. COUNT* LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS BIG YEAR IN '32 Bin-t, Nov. 17 — The executive loard of the Kossuth Legion 'Auxll- nry met Friday afternoon with Junior Class Play This Week— The Junior class play. The Daffodil, will be given in the Sen oca school gymnasium this week Thursday and Friday evenings. The cast follows: Mrs. George Roberts social climber, Lavonne Madden Frances Roberts, old maid daughter lildora Struecker; Cherry Ragon [jeuella Schenek, county chairman. Presidents of vtnlts were present as follows; AIgona, Mrs. Lucille Meritt; Btirt. Mrs. Nell McWl^rter; Bancroft, Bertha Seeney; Fenton, Myrtle Nelson; Lone Rock, Julia Thompson; Swea City, Faye Heathershaw; Tltonka, Sftdle Denton; Wesley, Mrs. Ooltella Johnson. County officers present were Luella Schenek. county chairman, Burt; Martha Honncher, secretary, Tlton- a; Fern Petersen, treasurer, Swea !lty: and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, welfare chairman, Lone Rock. The meeting was called, to order by Luella Schenek, county choir- nun, and after checking over membership und citation points, Sadie Oenton conducted a school of instruction according to instructions given at the district school at Fort Dodge last week. Each unit presi- lent will give the same instructions .o the units, thereby creating: a bet- :er understanding of the work to e carried out during the year. Discussion followed and assurance received that Konsuth will go, over lie top for 1932 in every phase of the program. Guests were Mrs. Lease, of Wesley, qnd the secretary of the Burt organization. Mrs. Schenek served refreshments. Meet- nils of this kind for the good of the organization were endorsed. The Kossuth Legion Auxiliary, made up of units in Algona, Burt, Bancroft, Fenton, Lone Rock, Swea City, Wesley and Tltonka, recently voted to cooperate with the county welfare worker, Mrs. -Elinor Sutton, In helping care for needy of the county. Mrs. N. L. Cotton, of Lone Rock, was appointed Auxiliary welfare chairman for the county. Each' unit will maintain a reliable supply shelf subject to the call for help both by Mrs. Cotton and Mrs. M. Myrton Skellejv department secretary at Des Moines, for supplies for ex-service men. The county service rendered by the Auxiliary will care for the needy in the community and county whether families of ex-service men or not. A chairman has been appointed in each unit to cooperate with Airs. Cotton. The Auxiliary feels that Its first duty should be to the community from which it receives its support, and each unit welcomes this means to give its respective community a service in return. r WmntAdt 45 EARLY FALL PIGS FOR SALE, C. Winkle^ Burt. ^ 9plO FOR SALE—F-IVE BICYCLE HAS- kets.—Call at Advance office, tg FOR SALE—2 YEARLING Poland China boars.—Robert Loss, phone 20F31. lltiBtf ORDER TfottR CHRISTMAS fruit ..'cakes' early .—Mrs, Martha Thorpe, phono 627-W. \ Ilu8-i0 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE— Spring Hampshire male hog.—W. I. Dodds, Algona. Ilp9-10 FOR SALE—DELCO LIGHT plant. J. M. -Tillages, Bode. One mile west of St. Joe. ; , Will 0-12 LOST—BICYCLE WITH BASKET on front.—Please return to Bobby Dewelor to this office. . 76 LOST — WHITE GOLD ELGIN pocket watch. Leave at Anderson Bros, for reward. l'2pll 1>'OR SALE — LARGE ALABAMA pecans. This year's crop. ?<Irs. Lorcen Simmons, Phone 550. 13pll FOR SALE — PURE BRED Spotted Poland China Boars. Cholera Immune. M. L. Barton,- Lu Verne. HOplliG REPAIRING, REFINISHING AND upholstering furniture. B.'Stratum across from Third Ward school. POLLED HEREFORD BULLS for sale or exchange for milk cows. P. M. Christenson and Son, Lone Rock. a?uio o'clock p. rh. f at fctofeh ilftt* and pla«e you may afefeear aftd show cause, II any ,i«Hi have, Why , feud conveyance should not be forfeited nnd condemned as provided by laW. Dated this 10th day of November, A. t>. 1031. (Signed) OAYLORD SHtJMWAY, County Attorney of Kossuth County, State of Iowa. 9'10 NOTICE or pnonAffi OF wifct No. 357i. State of Iowa, Koseuth county, ss. In District Court, November term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of'writing purporting to be the lost Will nnd Testament of Stanley A. Worster, deceased dated April 29, 1929, having been this day filed, opened and read, the nth day of December, -1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court- House'' In Algona, town , 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 said itstrument should not be pro bated and allowed as and for thi- last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa, November 10,' 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A. Hutchison, • Attorney. 9-11 Dining Room Suite to be shown at the, Cooking School MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY OF NEXT WEEK Will be furnished by FOSTER'S FURNITURE STORE BUSINESS nrr _ J' ! »vynr.s ' WOULD BOARD AND ROOM Two. •Modem quiet house. Small family. Home Cooking. Phone 429LW.' 14plO' TURKEYS, ' GEESE, CHICKENS, delivered dressed or alive for Thanksgiving.—Call Anton Dldrik- sen, Phone 254. 14plO QUILT' PIECES: .PRINTS, PER- cales- Plain Materials. Trial Package- 25c postpaid. Grant's Supply Store, Warsaw,- Illinois. 15plO FOR SALE—15 HAMPSHIRE brood sows; thoroughbred Hereford bull, papers furnished.—Herman Carlson, Wesley. 15u9-10 BUY YOUR PHILCO FROM A home-owned store, where service counts.—R. O. Bjustrom, Algona's authorized dealer. IfiulO ORDER YOUR DRESSED Turkeys and geese for Thanksgiving and Christmas. All birds are young and milk ted. Mrs. 'George Godfrey. 20plO Sexton A Christmas program committee wsis elected Sunday at Sunday school as follows: program, Mrs. Harvey Steven and Ila Olsen; music, Alley Daffodil, Doris Larson; Ade-j Marie Harris and Mrs. Veda Hed- line Stone, Robert's partner in the "I NEVER SAW A TIRE SO for winter driving." G & J non skid tread with center traction sure holds the road. 30x4.50 $5.69. Gam hie Stores. -24-1' You are Invited to Attend The Advance's COOKING T0 ATTE>TD EVERT day of the Advance frc« cooking school at the K. C. Hall, Algona, next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. mousetrap business, LuKllna' Biei'stedl: Vengeance, colored .servant, Ruth Keuck; Luselte, Adeline's maid, Edna Struecker; Mr. Roberts, his son, Elh\tyn Oodden; Mitchie Morgan, alias Count de Oorese, a crook, Irvln Knutsen; Pnp Morgan, Cherry's father and the milker of Daffodil soap, Eldon Patterson; Rumpus Riot, colored man of the Roberts, Dorcella Jensen. ation. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod received DUROC BOARS—la GOOD heajth ones, up to date breeding, Im mune, lowest prices. Also choic seed corn. -A. C. Carlisle, % mil word last week of the arrival of a son, Edward Henry, born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worrel at New Market. Mrs. Worrel is Mrs. Weisbrod's daughter Mrs. Clarence Bailey, of Charles City, vinited from Thursday to Sunday at the Prank Bailey and Chris Ruske homes. Mrs. BaJJey is Mr. Bailey's sister-in-law and a cousin of Mrs. Ruske. The Mesdames W. R- Wolfe, J. T Snyder, O. J. Stephensoh, Otto Schmidt, and A. H. Meyers attend ed the district Methodist' men's rally at Algona. Thursday and heard Mario Capelli sing. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen entertained at five tables of 500 Thursday evening. High score was won l>y Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, and low l>y Mrs. Phillip Wander, and H. H. Widdel. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Ford and baby eon Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Harold OHng«r and son Richard, of Fari- foault, Minn., visited at F. P. Newel's lust week Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. August Kreistein, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson and son Duwanf, and Mrs. E. R. Anderson, of Clinton, Minn., visited at tli John Granu'iiz home last week Wed nesduy. Mr. and Mrs. 10. A. Weisbrod and Party Honors Swea Cltyan— Mrs. Hiins Jensen entertained In lonor of Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swea City, who has been visiting lere. Present were Mesdames Jennie, Linus, and Milieu Jensen, Anna Osborn and daughter Pauline, Hans Wilberg Sr. and daughter Minda, Tens Halvorson, Win. Osbnrn, J. H. Jensen, Lawrence Saxton nnd Mrs. Sande. Ed Anderson Uccovcrlnir— Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and son and Mr. and Mr.s. Freeman Gorman were Tuesday evening callers at the Ed Anderson home, north of Seneca. Mr. Anderson camo home from the hospital last Tuesday and is recovering. Dr. Lundquist, of Swea City, is dres-slng the wound slnco Ed has come home. Aid Honors Mrs. \Vilberg— The Lutheran Aid presented Mrs. Hans Wilberg Sr. with a blooming louse plant last Wednesday as a :oken of remembrance from the Aid nembers. Mrs. Wilberg hud always been an active and helpful member is long as her health permitted, Other Seneca News. Mrs. Jennie Jensen and. son Vernon. Mrs. Anna O.sborn, Mrs. Linus and Mrs. Millen Jensen drove to Swea City last Thursday and took their aunt, Carrie Thompson, home. Mrs. Millen Jensen visited at the parental Lewis Appelt home till evening when Millen drove up after her. Mrs. Anna Osborn and daughter Pauline, and Mrs. Jennie Jessen, were guests at H. B. Mason's in rick. Mr. and Mrs. Clave, Britt, are operating the Champlln Oil station on the corner at the west edge of Sexton. Their son-in-Rrw, Fred Neahring will move here within a few days. Mr. Neahring has rented the station for a year. Mrs. Burroughs and children went to Mason City Sunday morning. The Burroughs formerly operated the station. Shirley Jane, infant daughter of Mr. und Mrs. John Miller, has been sick with intestinal flu but is better again. There was a good-sized attendance at church and Sunday school Siin- duy morning. The Rev. Mr. Mc- Xulty preached from the 53rd chapter of Isiah, The Possibilities and the Impossibilities of Love. Mrs. Dale Thompson, east of town, is ill. Mrs. Thompson underwent an operation a few weeks ago and has not been strong since. Mary Harris, telephone operator, Algona, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. The Sunday school officers will hold a meeting at the Lloyd Steven home this week Wednesday. Godfrey Strieker and son Elmer, of Lu Verne, spent Saturday and east of Whittemore. 24p7-l' MAN WANTED — A NEARB"! Watkins route is now open to good reliable man who is intereste- in permanent connection and rea future. Write me for an appoint ment or call at 22 E. McGregor St H. J. VandeSteeg, The Watkln; Man. • 40plO-,13.' LEGAL NOTICES Mr. anil Mrs. Fred Kluss drove to Gait Sunday and spent the day with the, hitter's children, Cilen, Alvin, Alieo, and Mrs. csr.ice CJibbons. Mrs. F. II. Kigler and Russell Oeronsin returned from a visit at the former's sisters, Mrs. Frank Hicks, at Omaha, and Mrs. Robert Koontz, at Uike City. Tho Frank Bailey family took Mr. Bailey's sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarence Bailey, to \Vhitlemore Sunday •where they were guests at the Car Ebort home. Mr. and Mrs. I-" 1 . 11. KlRler and daughter Mary .lane visited Sunday at the Kay Carlisle home at Whitte more. Mrs. Killer and Mr. Carlisle are cousins. The Frank Mo.Fall family moved last \vt-ek into the Ilentfel cottage and tht (1-eorfce Newel family moved into their cottage, occupied by th McFulls. Mrs. ICennoth Stephenson enter tainotl her sewing club Saturday night. The time was spent at sew ing. at'ler which refreshments were served. K. A. Huskamp and daughters Virginia and Bertha, lOdna I^aurit zen and Jons Norduhl were Sunda> gue.sts at Ur. ,1. T. VVaite's. Mr. :t iul Mrs. O. 11. (iixihiun. and sons Gordon and Bruce* drove to Aiue-s Saturday and attended the Druke-Anutd football game. H. C. UnUsey und sister, Mrs. C V- Uua.-<tecl Attended the. funeral of Mrs. Alary Lynch at Bancroft las Tuesday. Mrs. Charley Sc-ljt-nnjiel, of Gal- Sunday at John Miller's The Albert Grosenbach family attended the church supper and bazaar at Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Grosenbach spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorpe in Algona. Ruth Miller, teaching at Quas- querton, plans to spend Thanksgiving and the week-end with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. Z. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips plan to move in the spring to northern Wisconsin, where they have rented a farm. Mrs. Phillips brother, Joe Wise, live in Wisconsin. Mr. anel Mrs. Phillips spent a week at Joe Wise's last summer. Carl Pnetz returned Saturday from the Dakotas where he hftd been looking after the interest of a farm tie owns there. While there he rentea the farm for the coming year. \lgona. There they met a friend, Mrs. Anna Hanson, of Algona, formerly of Spencer, whom they had not seen for years. NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. One certain Ford Model A. Tudor 1931 Automobile, Motor No 43G495G. 1931 License No. 55-7036, Defendant. To Alonzo Schiltz: You are hereby notified that on the Gth day of November, A. D. 1931, a Search Warrant was Issued out of the office of L. A. Winkel, Justici of the Peace in and for Algona township, Kossuth county, Iowa against certain liquors, instruments, and materials tised in violation of law in the matter of the sale and transportation of intoxicating liquor. That under and by virtue of said Search Warrant, search was made on the Gth day of November. 1931, and the one certain Ford Model A Tudor 1931 automobile, motor No. 4364956, 1931 license No. 557030 was found, the same being at said time used in conveying and transporting intoxicating liquor in Kossuth county, Iowa, You are further notified that Information against said conveyance has been filed in the above entitled Court as provided in Section 2009 of the 1931 Code of Iowa .asking that said conveyance be condemned and dealt with according to law, and that hearing on said' matter will come on before the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, on the 21st da,y of December, A .D. 1931, at two Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Bailey, of Atlantic, were guests of Supt. and Mrs. Rossman from Thursday till Sunday. Dr. Bailey was formerly a veterinarian in Bancroft, [jut is now at Atlantic. The Luther League will sponsor an oyster supper Thanksgiving evening in the local church basement. Oyster soup, cake, and coffee will be served by the League members. Ralph Campbell attd George Cioetsch finished picking corn at the Goetsch'a. The two families exchanged help this year, using Campbell's corn picker. Evereen Cherland, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cherland, went to the hospital at Oakdale for the winter on account of her poor health. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch attended the Methodist men's rally at Algona last Thursday, and were guests at the Chan Dalley home. Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swea City, who has been visiting relatives and friends here for two weeks, returned home last Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Bailey, of Atlantic, and Supt. and Mrs. Rossman, of Seneca, were Sunday guests of the Adolphasons. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and sons, of Armstrong, were guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Osborn Sun- Cool mornings are coming from now on—what else can we expect? THE BEST you can expect or ask for is a breakfast consisting of buckwheat cakes, sorghum, maple syrup, bacou, and eggs, topped ^ith.a cup or two of "Pure Quill" COFFEE We are glad to prove the quality of our New York old-fashioned pure buckwheat and Minnesota sorghum and sap maple syrup. CALL AT-r-OR CALL Free Delivery Service. Phones 890-291 BE SURE AND NOTICE MISS LEONA M. DEAL'S DEMONSTRATIONS USING Office xr T -,. '-"uco phone M, J. Kent-tick, M, r>,, and Office in John Oni Phonos: Office, 310; Algona KC BAKING 25 Ounces for 25 C SAME PRICE for Over 40 Years, P. V. I'liyMcInn niiiV's Office! on South Phones: Office. 6G Algona, Iowa w A i/mT. .„„,„„ Physician nnd Su,, Office in Qulnhy Bldg., i Phono No. 12 ~?, 1 , KL , Y , 1Jf • I'll}-Hlclnn and Si Office in Postofflce Block! Phones: Office, 197; ' i»n. M'. i). ANDREW! Ostonpatlilc Physician and •Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thi X-ray Otflee over Hull Recreation I Phones: Office, 187- iPriceel (miles 1>«. 11. A. BVAXS, For IHnfliortiiy niiil Over Hnroli.-init's Drug i... Residence phono 312, office;! Algeria, Iowa. The demonstrator will show you that in using a Double Action baking powder such as K C you get Fine Texture and Large Volume in your bakings —that you can use less than you do of high priced brands. You will realize that it is not necessary to pay war prices for baking powder. Then try K C yourself. Qive it the oven test and judge by results. OUR GOVERNMENT USED MILLIONS OF POUNDS CHIROPRACTORS] Dlt. Jt. .1. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chiropi Thirteen yent-'ji successful Office over State's Caj'el VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algonal Phones: Office. 475-\V.j res.,f BUILDING CONTBAC COWAN & 80>' General Contractors Estimates Furnleb Phones: Business, 639-J; MACHINISTS XOIITOX .MACHINE WOE Machinists and \VeUenr| Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, nnd I West of Courthouse Phm PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPASffl Casfi Buyers Poultry, EgffS, and H*i| Mutt Lamuth, Mgr., Phone 264. INSURANCE KOSSUTH INSUKANCE ASSOCIAI Over $15,000,000 worth of IB in force. A home company.; secure. J. 0. Paxson, " THE ALGONA AGENCY C. K. La Barre Al Fall Reliable Insurance . Phono 55 City Property Loans. JWB a Insurance. Real E8tatV| CUNNINGHAM * ; 407 W. State St. • New ana used Auto Tires and Acces Hides, Fur and Algona, ore than Indemnity Your fire insurance dollar provides far more than you realize. Of course it protects you, from financial loss in case of fire.' But it does so much more that it ranks as one of the most effective dollars you spend, Merely as indemnity, Stock Fire Insurance is one of the cheapest nece* sities. Its average rate has consistently declined for more than 20 yean, until in 1930 it reached the lowest figure in all American fire insurance history. ' STOCK FIRE INSURANCE teaches better building practices-furnishes a service fo< the suppres»Q» of arson, another for the improvement of community fire defenses and conducts many general fire prevention activities, all of which have coruributed to the reduction of fire waste and the low of life by fire. POS H. W. Dray pnd Tr»nsf«l Long Distance Hau Every load » PHONE Algona MIMEOG API w r &*f***b Gn?*bl<4tt*tt i,,*«r (t *m»*ity THE NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE 8 J Jfbm Strttt, N E W YO R£ CHICAGO, 222 Wot A6,m, Strttt

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