-PAGE EIGHT ' 21 SO. OHIO AVE. PHONE 3869 H. A. WARD RELIABLE SODA FOUNTAIN AND FRIGIDAIRE REPAIR CO. Agents for Westinghouse Refrigerators. Repair any make of Carbonator or Electric Refrigerator Dealer in Second Hand Unites MASON CITY, IOWA »»»»»»»»»»»»»»•»»•»»»»»»»•»++»+»«•••••••••»**»•** FREE PERMANENT WAVE!' With every fifty cents worth of work you will be given a ticket on a free Supercurline Croqiiignole wave to be given March 25th. ; j We Ihaje the new Eugene Ringlet end curlers, assur- ; > ing a v good end curl with a spiral wave. Get.o^ir prices on permanent waves. MARIGOLD BEAUTY & COSMETIC SHOPPE (Over Bloom's Store) PHONE 803 Long's Food Shop MEAT AND GROCERIES 10 pounds cane sugar 49c 10 bars:soap : • 29c Pancake Flour, 2 pkgs. for 25c Liver, 3 pounds for 25c Sausage, home made, per Ib. lOc You will like our Roasts and Steaks LONG'S Rite-Way Grocery SPECIALS Tomatoe soup, 3 cans 19c Pure Cream Corn, 3 for 25c fSp. 2y 2 Pineapple 15c Kraut, No. 95 can, 2 for _15c No. 2 Pumpkin, 3 for 25c Hominy, can 8c Breakfast Figs, per can 15c Pork Roasts 9c and 12c Beefsteak 18c • Kidney Beans, No. 2 lOc Melba Peaches, No. 2% __21c Red Rose Salmon 25c Lima Beane, No. 2 can lOc Tomatoes, No. 2 can lOc Peas, No. 2 can, 3 for 25c 49 Ibs. flour $1.00 Beef Roast, young and fat 13c CATHBDT M. GREEN PHONE 245 WE DELIVER FOR SERVICE Modern Dry Cleaners Custom Made Clothes are Better * - SUITS FOR $25.50 WITH TWO PAIR OF PANTS OUR NEW SPRING STYLES ARE IN CALL AND SEE THEM LIBRARY ADDS 23 NEW BOOKS AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Feb. 23—The library ommlttee 'has added the following ooks to the local library: Their Tashton God, Basque People, His on's Wife, Buckaroo, Igloo, Fatters astle, Sophie, Hetty, Hoosler choolmaster, Trail of the Lone- ome Pine, Heart of the Hills, Canle In the Wilderness, Clmarron, how Boat, Red Pepper Burns, Mrs. led. Pepper, 'The Flaming Forest, entlemen of Courage, River's End, Vild Geese, Story of My Life, Helen •teller, Washington. Booster" Pump Is Debated— The Swea City councllmen and remen are discussing better fire qulpment, especially a fire truck •ith a "booster" pump similar to ne used toy the Blue Earth _ flro ompany when it came here recent- to help put out.a fire at tho eai-son store. By means of such a ump water* can p be pumped out of basement and used over and over; Iso a stream of water can be irown almost a block. With the resent local outfit water can be irown only one-third of a block, alesmen have been here, and prices ange'as high as $600. A meeting f taxpayers soon to discuss the roposal and ways and means oC nanclng it is planned'. ourt of Honor'Tonight— This week Thursday night a boy cout court of honor will be held ere, the second such court ever In wea City. It will be In charge of ob Heath and Fred Griffith, both f Fort Dodge. Mr. Heath is execu- ve officer in the Fort Dodge area nd Mr. Griffith, who heads the area xecutlve committee, has just been warded a silver 'beaver badge, de- oting 15 years of service as scout ommtssloner. Troops from Emmet nd Kossuth counties are Invited to lis court, and boys between ten nd 19 are urged to attend. ardlnals to State Tourney— The Cardinals played the Fair- lont Laundry Sunday evening at •alrmont, winning, 32-16. They go o Marshalltown this week Thursay for an Independent state tour- ament in which 24 teams are en- ered. The high school first team von from Bayard, 30-6, Saturday Ight, and the high seconds from he Lakota firsts, 19-11. The Bay- .rd coach Is Carl Deemer, coach lore for three years preceding this 'ear. Car of Grain for S. D.— A carload of oats and corn from 3\vea City gathered for South Da- <ota drought sufferers was shipped ast Thursday to Pukwana, S. D. No soliciting was done, except a call from the pulpits of the churches and over the rural telephone lines. Frank Thomson, of the Quaker Oats elevators, and James Elder, of Teachers' Party h Given— A committee of local- teachers entertained at a colonial party at the high school building Saturday night, Dinner was served, after which there was a play and other enter- tainme'nt. The committee consisted of Lola Dreesman, Dora Carson, Lillian Granzow, Lucia Wallace, Ilattio Wilson, David C. Ward, Mrs. John G. McDowell, and Elaine Portman. One other teachers' party Is scheduled, to be held in March. Woman's Clul) Meets Tomorrow— The Woman's club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the library, and the program will consist of a paper on Indian Art written by Mrs. Gladys Paddock, Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Paddock's mother, Mrs. F. L. 1'rlbon, will read the paper. The winners of papers written on Washington the Gentleman will be announced, and the winners will read the papers. After the program refreshments will be served. Furo,we11 Surprise Party The Methodist Bible :< Searchers S. S. class gave a • farewell surprise party last Thursday afternoon ,for Mrs.. Henry Stelnmaii, who moves back to her farm north of town next week and will then attend the Good Hope Sunday school and church. Twelve members attended. The hohoree was presented with a set of silver salt and pepper shakers. , IS SET FOR MARCH 22ND (Continued From Page 1.) Godfredson, both of Burt. Prairie—Geo. B. Ludwig, Mrs. Philip, Imnierfall, both of St. Bene- 'dlct. Ramsey — : Bd\v. Droessler, Mrs. Jos. Recker, both of Bancroft. Rlverdale—J. H. Fraser, Bode, Mrs. William Runchey, Algona. Seneca—A. Dahl, Mrs. A. D'ahl, Fenton. Sexton .(Trvlngton)—Mi H. McEnroe, Belle Black, both of Algona. .Sherman—A. F. Curran, Lu Verne, Mrs. Paul Blumer, Livermore. .. • Springfield—L. H, Junkermeler, Mrs. L. H. Junkermeler, Elmbre... . Swea—,T. E. Harner,, Swea \Clty, Maude E. Jongberg, Armstrong. Union—Harry Ward, Algona, Mary Wood,. Lone Rock. Wesiey—Julius Kunz, Mrs. Olaf Funnemark,' both of Wesley. Whlltemore—S. B. Calry, Mrs. Carl Ebert, both of Whlttemore. , MivMcWhohter, desires to hear at once from any member of the committee who cannot serve. I). A. It, to Meet Monday— Tho D. A. R. ^vill meet with Mrs. M. P. Haggard ' next week Monday. Lunch wilt be served, after which there will bo a play under Mrs. D. D. Paxson's direction; entitled Dowry and 'Romance, with Mrs. W. L. Wh'itney, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. D. P. Smith taking parts, members are to go In costume. and All Clinton Visitor Is Honored— Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained at two tables of bridge Monday night In honor of Emma Holm, CHnton, guest of 'her sister, Mrs. D. C. Mahun. The high ecore was won by Mrs. G. D. Brundage, and -Adah Carlson won the. consolation. Miss Holm received a guest prize. Mrs. R. H. Miller Honored- Mrs. .T. M. Herbst entertained at two tables of bridge last week Tuesday night in honor of Mrs. R. H. Miller, who goes to Burlington soon to make her home. The high s,core was won by Frances Duhigg, and Mrs. Miller received a guest prize. Lunch was served. ROAD GRADING & GRAVELING APPORTIONED (Continued 'From Page 1.) KOSSUTHLI OF PRIZE WINNERS IN CORN CONTEST At the recent annual state'corn show at Ames, Kossuth county led the Northern section, which consists of the top two tiers of counties, In number of awards by a large margin. E. R. Mawdsley, Irv- ihgton township, has submitted the following list: Professional 10 Ears, Any Variety —t, A. B. Schenck, Union; 3, E. R. Mawdsley; 6,, Rome Robison, Irving ton; 6, A. C. Carlisle. Whltte- more; 7, Paul : Blumer, Llvermore! 10,. Frank Youngwlrth. 'Lu Vefne. Amateur 10 Ears, Any Variety— 1, Vernori Robison, Irvlrigton! • 4, Aaron Steussy, Lu Verne; 9, Grace Carlisle, Whlttemore: section sweepstakes, Version- Robison. Commercial Corn—3, Orvllle Thoreson,' Swea; City; 5; Paul Blumer, Llvermore. •Amateur Half Bushel Shelled Seed Corn—1, Orvllle Thoreson; 3, /Paul Bltimer; 6, Grace , Carllalev . ( Professional Half Bushel Shelled Seed Corn—2, Paul Blumer; 4, Frank Youngwlrth. Amateur 80, Ears, Any Variety— i, Vernon Robison; 2, Aaron Steusr sy; 4, Grace Carlisle. Professional 80 Ears, Any Variety —2,\ A. C. Carlisle; 3, Rome Robl- W^AJPMSiJ btf ,*JA.ttM> Shi >*ie,axperfehc6<i-arid ail around farm hli»S.--C)all Advance, 18pZ4 WMITB3 , seed 'for "sale! M SWfife* eloy&r also medium red _ seed.-^W. H< Gfover, Burt. MODERN HOUSE FOR PENT AT only $25 a month. Garage. Full 'extra lot for garden.—W. C. Dewel. 22gtt FOR SALE—SAWDUST, HARD wood lumber, wagon tongues and eveners.—F. S. Thompson, Algona. • I4u22«24 FOR SALE-WHITE WYANDOTTE cockerels, Inspected and banded, $125 each.—P. F. Immerfa,ll, phone 51 on 22, 1st, Benedict. 15p23-24 FOR SALE — HAMPSHIRE SOWS and;gilts r' bred for March farrow. Price iis 5c a pound balance this month.—C. C. Baas, West Bend. 20p23-24 CLOVER, ?6.15; ALFALFA, $4.20; botri.per bushel; also-other bargains.' Write for circular and samples.—-Hall Roberts' Son, Poatvllle, Iowa . ;,„ •-, 20P24-28 son; Usual TJean Supper Patronage— The W. R, C.'s annual bean supper was held Saturday at the Legion hall. The women served 140 pa- the Farmers elevator, the shipping. looked after 'Mght School Ends Season— Sixty men and women attended a final night school last week Monday evening. The men completed a trons, which was about the usual number. Tho price this year was 40c, while in previous years it was 50c. Other Society News The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter tomorrow afternoon at 4:15. The lesson subject will be, Coming Citizens, Compare Washington, Lincoln, and Frances E. Wlllard with the drinkers for Loyalty and Service to Country. Roll call will be' answered with quotations from the three persons mentioned. •Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst enter- mile along east line Sec. 32, and one mile along east line Sec. 1; grade two miles along east lines Sees. 7-18. Riverdale: gravel three and one- half miles along south lines 'See's. 27-28-29-30 and one mile along east line Sec. 31. Sherman: gravel three'miles along east lines' Sees.. 4-9-16; grade two and one-half miles along eouth lines 26-27-28. -..-••. Lu Verne: grade three miles along south lines Sees. 4-5-6. LAST WEEmNOW FILLS UP ROADS ATST,_BENEDICT St. Benedict, Feb. 23—Last Tuesday St. Benedict had another snowy •bluetery day, not so cold, but a wind drifted snow all day. By Tuesday night and Wednesday the roads were impassable. Some of the roads were not opened till Sunday, and no mall has been delivered on the rural route for several days. Many could not bring their children to school Tuesday. The remainder of the week brought better weather, with a beautiful day Sunday. 4, E. R. Mawdsley; 5, A. B. Schenck; 7, Frank Youngwlrth; 9, Paul Blumer. '' : ' Thirty Ears Wihlte Corn, North Half of State—2, E. R, Mawdsley; 5, A. B. Schenck. • Junior 10 Ears, Any Variety — 2, Donald Robtson, Irvlngton;, 3, Ruth Robison,. Irvlngton; 4, Mildred Thoreson, Swea'City;: 5, Ralph. Blu.-: mer,.'Llvermore; '6, John Blumer, Llvermore; 9, j • Georgeann Gelgel, Irvlngton; 10, Elmer -.Youngwlrth, Lu Verne. Want Ads MODERN 6-ROQM HOUSE rent.—Dr.. F.' L. Tribon. FOR 8p24 FOR RENT — PARTLY MODERN, house, close in.—Phone 151. 9u24 FOR RENT — 6-ROOM MODERN bungalow with garage.—J. T. Bohannon. ' 9P 24 FOR RENT—STRICTLY modern house; reasonable rent. — Phone, 22fl or 637-W. Hu24 FOR SALE OR TRADE—300-EGG • Close-To-Nature Incubator. — Call Wilbur St. John, 6F31. 12p24 FOR RENT—FURNISHED Apartment, close.In.—J. Riddle, 103 E. Kennedy. _llp24 FOR RENT—TWO-ROOM furnished apartment, 'hot and cold water, garage.—Vera Apartments. 13p24 FOR RENT '— MODERN furnished 3-room apartment for light housekeeping.—Phone 488-W. Hp24 MONDAY; .FEBRUARY 29, new plasses op'ened In stenotypy, cotnp- tometry, accounting, shorthand, typewriting, and many other subjects. Write or telephone 945.— Hamilton College, Mason Ctty.*24u24 CHANCE . OF LIFETIME—RELI- able man'wanted to call on farmers In Kossuth county.' Wonderful opportunity. Make $7 to $12 dally. No experience or capital needed. Write, /.today.—McNESS COMPANY, RfiLlABL] ^lately handle , in Algona. eft 1 'A established. Excellent Steady employment " for right man.' R. Watktns l>-4l(,,Wlnonaj Minn. 29p2i'l to ,supply Consumers with household necessities in North« Kossuth, county. Only reliable and Hustlers can qualify, < rh j ands now earning $35 to $75 Week If satisfied with such oarnin pty Immediately stating ngc, pation references'! — Dept. lA-Ori'BC, Freeport, \\\ see Chas, R, Miller, Algona, w' PERMANENT POSITION man 30 to 45 years—Excellent^ poftUntty for a man who has business experience in Algona' 0 | who is active, with Initiative,' tured Judgment, and salesman.,, ability, with or without experlen Write fully business experience, your letter leads Ua to believe a i sonar conference will foe mutual! beneficial an 'appointment will arranged. .Your letter will .be ,. sldered- Strictly,, confidential.'—", drees, B-l,' Advance. 'r Mn pnuUl ra. CO. CkKVELAND,] LU8BV8 BBUtf STORE, ALGOid r\D ' I? OR r. tTB BO OUB OWK LBNS CA1X7VCDI BT1 8IOHT SPECIALIST . SAWlJbK! AIAOONA, IOWA day evening, -me men comp.e^u u. two-course 7 study of crop improvement, and the » T, 1M aavntehL- The women studied lamps and shades. The graduation exercises were to onsist of a program, and lunch was o be served. Diplomas were to be resented. lilrd Barber Shop Opened— Swea City now has three barber hops, Samuel Heathershaw having opened the third in the building oc- upied by Curtis Kluger and Charles Rolin. :v & SPECIAL Chassis Lubrication and Craukcase Refill in your Ford car for $2 What it includes— ' ~ —CHASSIS LUBRICATION —AIR TIRES —WATER BATTERY —REFILL CRANKCASE wth 5 qts. of Hermoline oil. Hermoline oil is 100 per cent pure Pennsylvania and is one of the best oils on the market today. OUR TWO SPECIAL USED CAR BARGAINS 1—1931 Ford Tudor 1—1930 Ford Tudor KENT MOTOR CO. Plioue 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Salei HARRINGTON GIVES WASHINGTON TALK Past President T. P. Harrington spoke before the Kiwanis club last Thursday on George Washington. Washington, he pointed out, has )een Idealized in an undue degree. He was a normal man, he drank on occasion, moderately, on occasion he swore, and kept slaves. The recleem- ng feature in his case was that lie did it all like a gentleman, never in excess. Despite faults, Washington was on exceptional leader, able to command and hold the respect of an unorganized mob of revolutionists. He did have unusual talents, one of which was modesty. When he was named to command the army he protested that he was Incapable of handling so great a responsibility. Again he protested that he was not big enough to be president. At every turn he demonstrated a rare greatness of mind which could not overlook personal shortcomings. Mr. Harrington has no time for the type of muck-raking writers who delight In exposing the weaknesses of such great Americans as Washington, Lincoln, and Grant. Their faults did not make them great. Rather these great men rose above their faults, a fact which Indicates a type of greatness seldom o'clock dinner Tuesday night. The after-dinner hours were spent at bridge, Mrs. Lottie Kaln and C. R. La Barre winning the high ecores. The decorations were In Keeping with George Washington's birthday. Supt. and Mrs. J. P. Overmyer and Minnie J. Coate go to Cylinder tonight to judge a declamatory contest. Mr. Overmyer and Frances Duhigg, high school teacher, judged a contest at Plover last night. Mr. and Mrs. D. R: Steele entertained their bridge club at dinner Sunday night. The high score was won by J. S. Auner. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer and Dr. and-Mrs. L. C. Nugent were guests. Mrs. L. G. Baker and Mrs. K. D. James entertained 16 women at a bridge luncheon last Thursday at the Baker home. Mrs. Jos. Greenberg and Mrs. P. D. Williams won the high scores. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. C. B. Murtag-h Thursday, March 3; Mrs. LET OUR TELEPHONE clothes line. — Kirsch phone 267. BE your Laundry, Carl Wauge, Mrs. Alf Kresensky, and Mrs. Leonore Peck, assisting hostesses. The Alpha Delphlans will meet next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D, D. Paxson, and the program will consist of a talk on linens by Mrs. L. G. Baker. Mrs. J. W. Mangan entertained her bridge club Monday night at two tables, Mrs. W. P. Hemphill winning the high score, Mrs. O. W. Erickson a travel prize. The Congregational L. O. A. class will meet tonight at 7:30 with Ella Thompson; Mesdames J. O. Paxson, D. D. JPaxson, and Sylvia Gunn, assisting hostesses. The Methodist Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer are the proud parents of an 8-Ib. girl born early Monday morning on Washington's bithday. They now have two children, both girls. Amelie Arndorfer, R. N., Is caring for the baby and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Stufflick, of Algona, spent Sunday afternoon wth their daughter, Mrs. August Harig, who has been sick and is now improving slowly. Frances Kellner, Christine and Adelheid Eisenbarth, who are employed at Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at the former's home, Mrs. E. P. Arndorfer. Al Rosenmeyer and Frank Grandgenett were at Mason City last Thursday. Al went to see an eye specialist concerning a sore eye which is now getting better. Lenten services at the local church were very poorly attended last Wednesday evening and Friday morning because of the weather and drifted roads. The parochial school children had a program Monday afternoon In honor of Washington's birthday and were dismissed earlier. Deane Arndorfer, of Naperville, 111., where she is employed, arrived here Monday morning to visit the home folks. MY HOUSE ON EAST LUCAS street is for rent March 1.—Sadie Schenck. 13u24 MARRIED MAN WANTED ON farm.—P. M. Rock. Christenson, Lone Su24 FOR RENT—WEST PART OF M. J. Young apartment. Modern. Call 316-J. Hp24 FOR RENT—SEVERAL .MODERN homes for March 1 possession.— Murtagh Bros.' Ilu24 WANTED — WHITE MINORCA hatchery flocks—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 8u23tf FOR RENT—HOUSE WITH GAR- ANNOUNCEMENTS I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for County Auditor of Kossuth county, subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary. Your vote and support will be - appreciated.—Harley E. Bartlett. 32PAtf AM A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican nom- nation for supervisor In the First district, consisting of Whlttemore Sarfield, Cresco, Rlverdale, Irylng- :on, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvington township. . 33(2)20tf Woman's Home understood public. by the lesser-minded Missionary society will hold a bake sale at the Anderson meat market Saturday. The Eastern Stars will meet at the Masonic Temple next Tuesday evening at 7:30. The Methodist W. H. M. S. will meet this afternoon with Mrs. A. Hutchison. IRVINGTON WOMAN ALMOST WITNESS TO GANG SHOOTING Irvington, Feb. 23—A recent letter from Mrs. Roy Blythe, Chicago, tells of a shock they suffered recently, when the manager of an A. & P. grocery store was shot and killed by gangsters at his place of business only a few doors from the Blythe apartment. The gangsters entered the store for robbery, but the manager resisted. Mrs. David Blythe writes that she is settled at her daughter Mrs. L. Peck's, Sioux Falls, and Is making hooked rugs. She plans to go to Arthur Blythe's at Wahkon, Minn., next summer. Market Sale Saturday. William Durant announces a market sale at the Northwestern stockyards Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. Twenty horses and mules, some hefiers, and a few items of farm machinery will foe offered. Anyone having stock or machinery to sell may list it for this sale. L. A- Matern will be auctioneer. INDEPENDENT TEAM WANTS TO PLAY H, S, GAGE STARS Riled by an erroneous score in the Des Molnes Tribune-Capital, the Algona Independent basketball team 'has issued a challenge to the local high school team for a game March 9 or at any other date. It Is agreed, however, that Coach Bonham, who has been playing with the Independents, will not have to play against his high school aggregation. Gate receipts are to be split 60 per cent to the winner, and 40 per cent to the loser. WESLEY DONATES CAR OF CORN JO STARVING STOCK Wesley, Feb. 23—A car of 100,000 pounds capacity, filled with shelled com, was billed out of Wesley Saturday to Kodoko, Jackson county, S. D., .for needy In the drought- stricken area. The donors are farmers and others in the Wesley community. Such cash as was donated was used to purchase corn. W. J. Frlmml and S. E. Skow had immediate charge of the work, and the gift was made through the Red Cross. The corn was collected at the Farmers' elevator, of which Edw. Hlldman is manager. ALGONA RIFLE TEAM LOSES MATCH BY ONLY 9 POINTS The Algona metallic-sight rifle team was defeated by nine points In a match against Westfall, Kas., ac cording to returns In a target match for the week 'ending February 13 Algona made a score of 848, while Westfall's score waa 857. Supt. William Shirley made the high score In prone position here with 96, and J C. Smith was high in standing position with 83. The telescopic-sigh team shot against the Westric club Oak Park, III, last week, but re* turns had not been received up to yesterday. Candidate Here, Walter A. Newport, Davenport lawyer, was here briefly Tuesday. Mr. Newport Is a candidate for the republican nomination for attorney general. It is understood that John Fletcher, present attorney general, will also be a candidate. Places 15th. , Maurine Miller, MTB. Guy R. tor's daughter, finished in l$th place in ' a Mason City Globe-Gazette "moat popular gjrl" contest. TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county—The undersigned hereby announces his intention to seek the Republican nomination for the offic' of county treasurer, subject to the will of the voters as expressed ai :he primary election June 6, 1932.— H. N. Kruse. 18u24 I WILL BE A CANDIDATE in th, June primaries for the republican nomination for sheriff. I will be grateful for all votes cast for me.— W. H. Steward, Burt. 28p21-2 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for county attorney of Kos suth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the vot ers.—H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-3 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce m; candidacy for the republican nomin ation for county recorder; subject t the decision of the voters In th June primaries.—Helen Dickinson ' . 31u23t I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY can didacy for the democratic nomin ation for sheriff, subject to the de cislon of the voters at the June prl mary.—Carl Dahjhauser, Bancroft. 25p23-2 6EORGE HENDERSON, 63, OF LU VERNE, DIES SUDDENLY Lu Verne, Feb. 23— Friends here were shocked Sunday morning to hear of the death of George Henderson, 63, stricken as he was building a fire in the kitchen range. Mrs. Henderson had been critically elck more than a year, but Mr. Renderson seemed in good health. Besides the widow, six children survive, all but tbe youngest, Howard, married and livjnf near Lu Verne. Tbey are Mr«. Allen ' Thompson, M.ra, .Irvin Mint. JA . Oteon, of Bo4e, ana . |«|f ej^ Jlrs. ANNOUNCEMENT — I HKRBB announce my candidacy for th republican nomination for supervis or in the First district, Kossut county subject to the will of th voters in the June primary.—j. j; Fraser, of Rlverdale. 33p23-2 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for the Republican nomin ation for county coroner, subject the June primary.—L. M. Merritt. 19p23-2 i HEREBY ANNOUNCE" 'WCAN djdacy for the republican npmina lion for county attorney, .subject t the will o,f the voter* at the Jun prlmary.-T-Ct 25u28t ANNOUNCE MY for the republican (OF supervisor j n .the Bacon ct, subject to the result of th June pylwiajy,-rS[enry Wegener, A GLASS Replacement SerVIce . . . Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass "for Model A Ford, installed __________-.______ '-—., $5.00 JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 Save money — buy flour where you see this sign! Pillsbury's Best FLOUR $|29 • 49-LB. BAG . 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