Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1932 · Page 8
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY M088UTH COttlCTt ADTAITCB t W««kljr Newspaper Founded in 1901 Bntered as Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Poatoffloe at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act Of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS ,W* S. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON A MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 314. Algona, Iowa. .T. 1. BONAR Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa. M T JVINGNOW ) NEW HOMES BULLITAN, McMAHON & LINNAN J. W. Sullivan S. B. McMahon L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 26J; J. W. S., 309; 8. E. McM., 403. Algona, Iowa; & DICKINSON ,T. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson A'ttorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. P. H., 440 Burt, Mar. 1—Changes by farmers tiere are many. Among them are: R. S. Johns to the farm formerly occupied by John Schneider; Wm. Blerstedt, who has been living in Minnesota, to the farm vacated by the Johns; John Schneider, to the Henry Ewoldt farm; iMerwyn Holding, to the farm where the Henry Anderson lived; George Dettman, to the Bunlcofske farm, where Jerry Willis lived; Mike Arend, to the farm vacated by C. J. Whitney, Mr. Arend .having purchased this farm; Reflections on Failures By a "Victim.* Bank failures are becoming common that.we take no more no tlce of them than of aUto or, aero plane accidents unless we are per sonally interested. Then we anx lously await the time when the re celver returns 10 or 16 per cent o our money, graciously calls it dividend, and .behaves as If 'h thought we ought to be thankfu for even such a small favor. Am why failures? E. J. VAN NESS, O. W. STILLMAN Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, Iowa G. D. Shumway B. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block Phone 58 Algona, Iowa L. A. WIJTKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office in Quinby Building Phone 180 DOCTORS KENKFICK & KENEFICK Physicians and Surgeons Office over Rexall Drug Store (iff ice "phone ?00 • M, J. Keneflck, M. D., res. phone 57 J. N. Keneficlc, M. D., res: phone 326 C. II. CBETZMEYEU Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res. 444 Algona Iowa J. W. Black, to the farm vacated by- Samuel Reser. New Bnttermaker on Job— R. B. Roetman is new buttermak- er'" here. He comes from Dolllver. Edward Weiske is second man. Paul Macauley, buttermaker for years, •has not decided where 'he will locate. The family is with Mrs. MacAuley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Steward, near Bancroft, for the present. College Professor Preaches Here— Doctor Smith, professor of biology, Buena Vista college, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning in the absence of the Rev. S. H. Aten, confined to his home by illness. Hatchery Opens Branch Here— The Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, lias rented the Wessel building, formerly used by One Al Nyles hatchery, and will operate a branch hatchery there this spring. Wins First In 'Declam'— Darrel Riddle^ won first in humorous in a declamatory contest at Wesley last week Wednesday evening, and Paul Kriethe Jr. won second in oratorical. Perhaps the chief cause Is ness in our banking laws. lax Any group of Individuals may engage in a banking enterprise, each person subscribing for a certain amount o stock, doubtless In most cases pay ing for it. Then in case of failun each Is by law responsible for twlci the amount of his stock, and no more, though he may possess sufficient loss. wealth to pay the entire P. T. JANSE, SI. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on 'South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 6G6; residence, 366 Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MBLVI3T G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 211 »It. W. D. ANDREWS Osteopathlc Physician and Surgeon Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray Office over Hub Recreation Parlor Phones: Office, 187; residence, 688 Chib Observes Guest Nlglit— The Woman's club held its annual •guest-night party at the Methodist church Monday evening. Following dinner games and stunts provided entertainment. In any other line of business, except corporations (and they should be classed with banks In that respect) each individual or partner'Is liable for the full amount of Indebtedness of the concern, provided he Is financialy able to pay— -^anA no matter whether the failure Is due to mismanagement, dishonesty, the G. O. P., or Hoover prosperity. Why this discrepancy In our laws? Banks are convenient to have in a community, of course, but not more, if as much so, as stores. In fact we could get along without banks, but we must have pepper and sugar and clothing and nails, and the more available they are the better. Why should a banker be less responsible to his patrons (or dupes) than a man in any other ^business is to his creditors? Of does not th comparative Irresponsibility requlr ed lure men, so to speak, Into tak Ing a fling at banking, when If the were to be held accountable as me In other enterprises are they woUl be more cautious about goihg Into i and would exercise greater care 1: management after they are in? Then, too, something ./mght to b done to prevent those who conduc the banking 'business from protect Ing their individual Interests In preference to and at the expens of patrons. A .prospective vacation in the county jail, or a tar am feather party might prove a deter rent to sharp practices In getting out from under. The unfortunate fellow who pur loins a fowl from a henroost or measure of meal from your pantry to feed his hungry children ''is en, gaged in an honorable business compared with that of the bank offlcla who betrays the trust' Imposed In him by confiding patrons. The thief deserves sympathy rather than the execration which • the defaulting banker receives and in some cases deserves. Now, this is not to say that there are no honest, dependable bankers 'or there are known instances ol men who have turned over their entire property holdings, waiving exemption privileges, as well as Ife insurance policies, and even the ealty of their wives, to Increase the assets of their failed banks, and hus treat their patrons honorably. he banking business will not be- ome stabilized again till depositors re afforded real protection and ublic confidence s restored. In bank officials R. A. EVANS, M. I). Obstrotlcs and Electrotherapy Viz; Diathermy and Ultra Violet Ray Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS u. »U. H. M. OLSON ! ' Dentist. Gas and novocaine used for extraction. Located over Christensen Store. Phones: Business 1G6, residence 470. Algona, Iowa Polheiuus Home from Coast— M. E. Polhemus got home Saturday from Artesia, Calif., where he visited his son Ernest. He went out with the C. C. Smiths, but returned by train. Farewell for HID Macauleys— A number of Burt people attended a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley, at H. A. Steward's, near Bancroft, Saturday evening.' Hansons Oil to Minnesota— The E. A. Hansens are moving to a Bricelyn, Minn., farm they recently bought. The C. F. Whalens will have the Hansen house. Daughter for the R. C. D rein in els— Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dremmel are parents of a daughter, Delores Marlene, born last week Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf Has Operation Mrs. William Ringsdorf went to Rochester early last week and underwent an operation. VETERINARY L. W. FOX 1 Veterinarian West State Street, Algona Phonea: Office, 475-W.; res., 475-R. Takes Treatment at D. M. E. H. Pannkuk went Moines last week Tuesday ment for sinus 'trouble. to Des for treat- BUILDING CONTRACTORS COWAN & SON General Contractors Estimates Furnished Phonea: Business, 639-J; res., 39 MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WORKS Machinists and Welders Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearings West of Courthouse Phone 552 PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPANY Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, anil Hides Matt Lamuth, Mgr. — Phone 264. INSURANCE Post Plans Dance— The Legion post will give a hard times dance at the hall this Thursday evening. week KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of insurance In force. A home company. Safe, secure. J. O. Paxson, Secretary THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY R. Lit Itarre Al Falkenhalner Reliable Insurance Service Phone 55 City Property Loan* Farm Loans, Insurance. Real Estate. CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State St. Algona, Iowa JOE GREENBEIia New and used Auto Parta Tires and Accessories Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, Iowa Loans 1300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobile and Lire Stock. For additional Information call, write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY Phone 508 Algona Representing Federal Finance Co., l)eg Molues ,. IH.W.POST > Dray and Transfer ! STORAGE OF ALL KINDS i ; ' Long Distance Hauling. • , ' Every load insured : : Against loss and dam;; age of all kinds. Equip< ped to do all kinds of I; bauling and draying. i: PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa Other Burt News. Supt. and Mrs. I. H. Schmitt, Sac City, and their children spent Sunday at the Edward Thaves home. Mr. Schmitt is a brother of Mrs. Thaves. Emma and Louise Thaves, Lakota, and the J. G. Thaves family were also Sunday dinner guests. Al Staehle, who had spent several days here, returned to Ivis home at Mitchell, S. D., last Thursday. He was for many years a hardware dealer here, and his wife is a sister of Paul Kriethe. It is rumored that the Staehles may return to Burt. The C. O. Riddles are moving to the Verne Owen house, and the J. Stevens, Sexton, will move into the house they vacated and farm the land, farmed by D. L. Godclen last yea r. liobert Richardson, Gary. Ind., spent the week-end with his aunt, Mattie Warner. He was called here to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Richardson, at Bancroft Saturday. Selby Russell, recently made receiver of the Burt, Titonka, and Bode national banks, Lloyd Elston, and Selina Clifton spent last Thursday and Friday at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Stow came home Saturday after a month with their son O. G. at Wadena, Minn. The O. G. Stows brought them home. W. J. Davison was confined to his 'home last week with the flu. Charles Olson did the janitor work at the schoolhouse. The Vincent Heifners, who had occupied Squaire • Hudson's house several months, are moving to a farm near Titonka. Horace Schenck, who worked for Stoutenberg & Jones, has accepted a position as second man at the Titonka creamery. William Toebben, Chicago, spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. He is a mail clerk. The P. O. and O. G. Stows and the J. G. Sewicks were Sunday dinner guests at J. T. Graham's, south of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith, Jefferson, came to attend the funeral of Joseph Elvidge, Mrs. Smith's uncle, Friday. Mrs. Annie Hawcott, daughter Lulu, and Selina Clifton spent Sun- clay at W. E. Hawcott's, Algona. Myrtle Hanna accompanied Mildred Anderson to the latter's home at Mliford for the week-end. The Jerry Neelands are moving from the Verne Owen house to the former Godfredson home. Norma Betttn, who had been working at Charles City for months, returned Sunday. Mrs. Belle Hansuld, Mason City, is at D. L. McDonald's for a few weeks. The Birthday Circle met at Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf's last Thursday. Mrs. J. G. Thaves was hostess to the Sewing Circle last Thursday. INDEPENDENT QUINT, S, G,, 3RD IN IOWA Swea City, Mar. 1—The Cardinal won third place in the state Inde pendent basketball tournament, to •gether with $50 in prize money las week. The Cardinals defeated Con rad 2S-1S, and Toledo, 24-21, bu lost to Council Bluffs 33-82. In the consolation game with Ladora Sat urday night the Cardinals won 47-35 Those going wei-e Art Deim, Peter son, Greg- Deim, Thomson, Jenson and Krumm. In the selection' of all- state players Art Deim was chosen forward. The boys made a big hi in Marshalltown for they made the trip with only six men and one basketball. The boys have only praise for Marshalltown. The high schoo team defeated Algona 21-10 at Lakota Saturday in the county tourney, and were to play Leclyard Monday for county championship. Nlg'lit School Awards '(Riven— Certificates of awards from the adult night school' were presented last week Monday at the high school auditorium to 25 women anc 15 men for attendance at seven or more meetings and for work completed. A splendid program was given preceding the presentations of the diplomas. More than 300 were present. A playlet, readings, tap dancing, music, and a splendid talk by State Senator Goo. W. Patterson composed the program. Senator Patterson spoke on the present economic status of the country. The Greenwood township orchestra furnished mu.sic for the evening. L. E. Sweany and Helen Preston, Smith- Hughes Instructors, have directed the school which has 'been highly successful. Washington Program Is Given— The community bicentennial Washington program was held in the high school auditorium Friday evening. The following program was given: America; vocal solo, Esther Smith; play, Swea township 4-H girls; reading, Washington's Life, Louise Simmons; A Painter's Dream, Harrison 4-H girls; Virginia Reel in costume, third grade; flag drill, fourth grade; Methodist church choir, song; piano and violin duet, Mra. D. W. Fultz and Virginia Fultz; Bethlehem church choir, song. The program was sponsored by the Legion auxiliary and the different organizations of the each furnished a number. town Bund Tax Petition Out— A petition is being circulated to annul the band tax. The proposition is to be voted on at the spring election. -Those circulating the petition are interested in economy for taxpayers. The tax nets about $200 yearly. A petition is also being circulated for the nomination of Otto Jenson and Wm. Krumm to succeed themselves as school directors. All petitions must be filed by Friday of this week. Buy Smith Resigns Place- Ray Smith, manager of the Swea City Poultry company, has resigned and Buell Johnhas has been appointed to fill the vacancy. The Swea Poultry company has many buying stations in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota, and the concern is the largest commercial enterprise in Swea City. Ray has not announced what he will do in the future. Odd Fellows Have Frolic- Several Odd Fellows and their families attended the county council ' in Titonka last week Tuesday. Attending from Swea City were the Wm. Christiansens, Frank Thom- sons, Ohas. Gar-bers, August Petersons, Poultons, S. Warburtons, and J. E. Youngs. A good program was given, after which the evening was spent dancing. Club Studies Washington— The Thursday club at the regular meeting had a Washington program. Esther Smith gave a vocal solo, Mrs. Warner gave a talk on entertainments given by Martha Washington, and Mrs. Vaux spoke on Mary Washington, mother of George Washington. The meeting was held at the Ed Peterson's. the L. A. Wallln farm in Grant township. The price has not been given out. Mr. Myrs Is manager of the Northern Lumber company here, and Mr. Wallin at one'time farmed the farm but is now living in Marshalltown. Irma Lutson Is Married— Irma Latson, who formerly lived here was married last week to Lee Robinson, a farmer near Graettinger. Irma is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Latson. Mr. Latson operated a drug store here some years ago. Two Win District Declam— Lois James received first in the dracatic and Frances Kuchynka in the humorous class in the distric' declamatory contest at Ledyard last week. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson last week received a telegram announcing the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs. Frank Nagel. Mrs. Nagel was Virginia Nelson, and her husband is stepson of Charles Rohlin Sr. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson entertained 25 last week Wednesday in honor of their wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. S. Wai-burton entertained at their 'itome last week Thursday evening. WOMAN HEL AT BANCRC I FT Bancroft, Mar. 1—Funeral eer Vices fo? Mrs. K. W. Richardson Armstrong, were held here Saturda morning at the Baptist church, th officiating clergymen being the Re C. B. Mitchell, Armstrong, the Re' J. E. Clifton, Burt, and the Rev; E. Bryden, "Bancroft. Mrs. Richard son died at Gary, Ind., last Thurs day of paralysis,. ',•"'.. Mrs. Richardson's maiden nam was Mary Eva Warner, and she wa borrt at Garrard, Pa., February 1 1S61. At death she was Just past 71 At 8 she was brought by her par ents to southern Iowa, but in 187 the family came to Seneca town ship, and the following March sh was married there., The Rlchardsons Vere for a Mm residents of Bancroft, but In 189 moved to Armstrong, 'where they continued to live. They were spend ng this winter with daughters 'a Gary, ' Besides her husband, Mrs. Rich ardson left eight children: LeWii and Gilbert, Portland, Ore.; Ralph Ventura, Calif.; Earl, Parshall, N Robert, Chicago; Mrs. H. W Ruble and Mrs. V. ; F. Decker, Gary and Selba, Minneapolis, There are wo sisters, Mattle Warner, Burt and Mrs. Anne McQulrk, Bancroft. Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral were Mr. am Mrs. Robert M. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ruble, Mrs. V. F. Deck- r, Selba Richardson, .Ralph Rlch- rdson, Miss Warner, "Eva Whitney, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard, Bancroft m. ana Mrs. Andrew Koppen are moving Into the house just west of Mrs. Alice Anderson's. Mr.-Koppen s employed at the Hamilton Hatchery, and his wife is a daughter of Mrs. Eugene Caylor. The annual meeting of the Farmers mutual telephone company was leld at the Bradley hall Saturday. Edw. Droessler is president. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens arrived rom Chicago last week Wednesday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berene. Mrs. Jennie Perkins, Mason City, s helping care for her father, Adam Ditsworth, who i % sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Quinn, of Arcadia, are visiting Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Jay's mother. | DIURETIC and LAXATIVE H«V« you overworked your nervoui lyitem and cauud trouble with yourkld WILLIAMS Rock, and their daughter, Mrs. Fred Genridi, also Lone Rock. Pall- earers wer^ K. T. Smith, E. O. Ihlpman, J. Qua Thaves, C. B Ihlpman, Harry Graham, and :hauncy Chipman, all of Burt. 'armers In March Moves— The annual farm moving bee Is in ull swing. The Henry Foxes will ccupy the farm where the Ruste-. meters toave lived; the Rustemeiers o the A. J. Berens farm, which has een occupied by the George Foths; •*•"> Foths to the farm Just north of H. Mescher's, east of town. Ruolph Rahe has the farm where the ""oxes lived. Isadore Mousel had ented this farm, but he was killed n December by a corn slide while he was helping a brother prop up a barn. The A. J. Meyers family, west of Algona, is moving to the Mrs. Bridget Quinn farm, and the Tom Gjardys, who lived there, have moved back to Emmetsburg. Sankey Bros, are moving to the farm vacated 'by the A. J. Meyers family, arid the James Dunns, Burt, are moving to the half section where the Sankeys lived. Oliver Mathepn Is moving to a farm west of town where the Arthur Lockes lived. Band Committee Is Named— At a Lions club meet at Bradley's (hall last week Tuesday a band committee was appointed: A. A Droessler, Frank Recker, Dr. J. A. Devlne, and W. A. Murray. A leader will be hired, and band practice will soon 'commence. Mrs. Lonergan loses Slster.ln-Law Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan left last Thursday for Dubuque to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ben Schem-, mel, who died a week ago after a long sickness. Ben is a brother of Mrs. Lonergan and Frank Schemmel. Grain Is Shipped to S. D.— Two cars of grain were shipped out of. Bancroft last week to the drought-stricken area in South Da- Other Baieroft News. Mft And Mr8.A«drew J. O'Nftll Wdlllams, and Mi* Ka£e Bolster, of Waterloo, went home last Thuttlf day, after & 4-day visit at Charles Stauder's. The O'Neils Were mar* rled at Waterloo* January 28, Mrs, O'Nell was Lucille Bolster. Mrs. Stauder is a sister of Mrs. O'Nell and a daughter of Mrs. Bolster. P. J, Welp and hlo mother, Mrs. J. H. Welp Sr., drove to Haverhlll Saturday. Mrs. Welp owna a farm there, They .Vtelted Mrs. Welp's sister, Mrs. R. Meyers, Marshalltown. P. J. owns the Standard Oil station on No. 169, Just west of Bancroft. . Mr, and Mrs. • Fred Kadow and their son Valentine .have returned to their home at Sebeka, Minn., after several Weeka with the Edward, Mike, and A. A. Droeaslers. Mrs. Kadow is a sleter of -the Droessler brothers. ; D. Garry, L. J. Kockler, and Jos. Devlin returned •; last',' week' Wednesday from Des Molnes, where Messrs. Garry and Kockler attended a state Legion conference and Mr. Devlin visited his family. , ' Mrs. Jennie Perkins, Mason City, Is visiting 1 the Dr. E. A. Howes. Doris McCoy, Brltt, is visiting the Dr. E. A. Howe's. snt NoiiHshatter windshield giagg tor Model A • Installed **m.Ll«~««**»*.++ m * _____ JOE GREENBERG PHONB 118 Fenton Mr, and Mrs. Amos Flnnestad and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener en- ertained ten couples at bridge last Thursday night at the Wegener lome. .Kenneth Stephenson won ilgh score and 'Mrs. Clarence Thees- eld low. ' ' Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, and children, Sidney Bruce, and Ruth Ellen eturned-'home Sunday after epend- ng two weeks with Mrs. Humphey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller at Ringsted. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children, 'hyllis, Florice, ,jRodger, of Gait Vis- ted from Friday ' afternoon till unday at the parental'F. C. Kluss home. Rodger remained with his randparents. ' . ' Nettie Weisbrod took her sister Gladys to Fort Dodge Sunday, and ladye left for Des Moines to at- md the annual state convention for osmetologists Monday. Frank Bailey and Mrs. Kate New- 1 visited Mrs. Bailey's sister, Mrs. Irnest Neuman, at Algona last hursday. Mrs. Neuman has been 1 with . rheumatism. Mrs. G. F. Rockwood and little on Roxy of Worthington, Minn., pent last week with Mrs. Rock- food's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dents Smith. Mesdames R. C. Goetsch, R. N. Cyfil, Emma Curry and Charles Velsbrod assisted Mrs. H. C. Lindey at quilting Friday afternoon. A daughter, Marcella Joan, was orn to Mr. and Mrs. Vdrgll Zwei- el, southeast of town, last week Monday. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Cate Newel, Frank Bailey and son adley were Sunday guests at Le oy Newel's at Hartley.-' Mrs. C.' H. Newel entertained her •idge club Saturday afternoon at our tables. Mrs.. P. H. Jensen won high score. O. J. Stephenson has been ill since last week with sciatic neuritis and was unable tp be out of bed. F. C. Bailey, assisting as receiver in a bank at Waterloo, spent Friday night with tois family here. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz and eon Willard were dinner guests at Frank McFall's Sunday. W. E. Stoeber went to Charles City Friday to Visit relatives Sunday. ' . -. Mr. and Mrs.'O..H. Schmidt were visitors at Burt last Thursday. For Service THE BEST DRESSED HEN WEAR Custom Made Clothes SUITS FOR $25.50 WITH TWO PAIR OP PANTS Bring in your hats and have them cleaned and reblocked for Spring. Modern Dry Cleanei PHONE 587 ' N£V€R DON£l At least, so ft seems to the woman who undertakes laundry burdens at home. We can help you have more fun out of life! We'll do your laundry—• and if you don't admit that it's better . . . cheaper — and time and energy saving don't pay us! Try Our Wet Wash We call for and deliver. Ask our driver for our low rates, Phone 267. KIRSCH LAUNDRY puiiiiiiiiinMiiniiiiHiiini^ Mail a Want to Fill a Want PILLS sa#s* M 5-~« ^YOTS^SS: WILLIAM! H>e. CO., Pnp. CIlllIlM, 00t USBY'S DKUG STOKE. ALGONA Myr,e Buys Wallln Farm— Henry Myre last week purchased How Much Would You Pay to Be Rid OF RHEUMATIC PAINS IN 48 HOURS? Would 1 Yoii Pay Ten Dollars! —Would You Pay 85 Cents I Well: Here's a chance for you to e spry once more—to do your work heerfully without one twinge of ain. Here's a positive guarantee that o rheumatism sufferer can afford o pass up—you can be free from gonlzlng rheumatism — and keen ree from it. Get one 85 cent bottle of Allenru from E. W. Lusby or any progressive druggist with the positive and distinct understanding that your pains and torture will all be gone In 48 hours or money back. And when pains are gone—keep right on taking Allenru 'till every bit of harmful uric acid is out of your body—Happiness comes with this wonderful prescription—thousands know it—you ought to know it. (5) MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona f Iowa S Because of the Advance's countywlde circulation, want At'the urne time U ta*e co W , to pasture, etc. Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Let* Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamp., CaA, or Check MUST Accompany Order CUP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN How ».»y ».eto to .dverltoem.,,, to nm? «..i*.... «ta,, ( nr^.A-Jsnrwi^S?*::

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