Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1932 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1932
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1CS I think I will run for ijfoiner imp pbfltica, i ininK i will run for ffeigihtiV^®-'' 0 * ^ ee an ^ reason why I can not f Vl'Mh «rgood looking as Alfalfa Bill M Ur - "tt6t;k* Jflfjw 1 . M Dickinson nor ae windy as fiHttiU&n Mptatfonrt will advocate the starting ^eweries Snaklngf 4% Aeer,so as to stop all this >U»B i,v..o iriuui out of it and giopf.j -i-nid will also empty our jails and tiflarles .ana reduce taxation. Would ta'lSO Want to close the White House for Mrs. s Give'the president a vacation and send the »fS and representatives home without pay. ay no attention to the'old countries or any other cy, Just' mind our 4 0wn business and get out 6f As s6o« a« we get out of debt prosperity will return like 4 1 * weet eon&Wd on the wings of the morn"•'NO use argulntf ; wlth thoee birds across the pond T hey never intfend to pay us. They are smarter men ' than tho 1 fellow* .that lent them our money. The more ffe jet'our big wen-ml* with European affairs the mote money We",will 16se> and then, of course, our tajtw #111 increase, ^ ', Stop spending' niOney and we will not need any budget fotfnext year.- All they do down there is make ' appropriations and spend money. Not a word or deed to help the towa farmer. .The fellow that tells you to spend all your money and t T)orrow.more is all wet. """ ' ' Save your money aVid pay your debts is the right way to>get back to normal;, Tou canlnot'CUre a sick person with hypodermics. nayielieve'the-paln, but you have to give him real >*• Jl Ht*** * v ••**»• ** • * " --— »*, _ w B* * c; (ill J| r°cU J •medicine to'cure,the disease. Our Uncle Sam has a i'bad dbso of s'pendthrlftlsm. Out here'In Iowa. w6 have a bad dose of shorts. The farmer and_hte wife do not get enough for their produce to feed'and clothes the family. The merchant has to sell at; reducfed prices or keep his goods. This year we are celling shoes and stockings cheaper than lever'iold thenrln my/life and I have been at It BO year*. *.We can not make any money if the farmer Is not getting half What hls.stuff Is worth. , I am going ^o keep price* down. Every week I am hunting the,market; for bargains so as to make your dollar go 'farther than It ever did before. This weelo.I am offering men'e police shoes made of good heavy box calf storm welt leather insoles and slip Bolea at 11.18. It is the best shoe I ever saw for ftBoyu 1 good solid-"workVshoes, Peters Brand, 11.00 pair 800 pairs of children's oxfords and straps, sizes ,, 8 to 2 at -___8»c 'Our old reliable line! of ladies' comfort slippers in < all styles and different; widths, last year $2.50, , -this year —L—>-- .1 11.47 to S1.98 Ladies' good heavy storm rubbers, all sizes, go at 25c Men's first quality rubber boots go at $1.98 Ladles' Rayon hose we used to sell at 26c, now at 2 pairs for-—-----™—'— ' »6c Men's socks, black, brown, or gray, regular lOc values, now _--__-_____:.______„ 5 C Men's.handkerchiefs,.mighty nice for school boys, now _'.__._„_ ... l c Boys' overalls up to 16, in plain blue or stripes, now — ~r— ' Sflc Boys' night shirts, made of good muslin, now ______19c Men's and boys' underwear,, from —26c a suit up The greatest line of ladies' drese pumps and straps you ever saw, some of them Buster Brown bulli, at — ! $1.9g And so on all through the stock,' prices.,that will make things easier for my customers " / We will have more help-next Saturday. Last Saturday afternoon and evening we could-not wait on all the trade. Several went out before we could get to them. Jimmie Neville 'The Shoe Man" .Algona, la. only , 44, W y •mpl«y« f«r Infer, ,, ( * JOHN ZEIMET IS BURIED AT WHJTTEMORE Whittemore, Apr. 19-Matt fcel- Zl S S l , lheri , John Peter Zeim et, ". filed Thursday, April 7, at the home of another son, Michael, Belle- KOBStmt CXtttUTt ADVANCE. ALrtnttA IOWA |f Qff for your kodak ' «>«• been ailing. • The body was burled In the Wesley Catholic cem" tery beside his wife's grave. Sir. Zelmet was horn In Jackson county, w»h ? iere tl!1 l ™-'° lf -ee. when, with hl s W |f e , he came to Koafmth v ,* M.'U?' He Ie£t seven children: Matt AVhittemore; John and Ed- wnrd, Llvcrmore; Michael, Peter, •Wichita, Knns.: Mrs. Jacob Healr, Eellevue. There are 15 grandchildren. Mrs. Zemlet died 28 years ngo. Mr. Zelmet retired four years ago, and since then has spent his winters In California tund the sum- mere In Town. Funeral services were held last week Tuesday at the Wesley Catholic church, the Rev. Father Wessllng officiating. Attending Whltteiriore friends were Mi-, and Mrs. P. W. Dahlhauser, Mr. T«'?U Mrs> C ' W> Elhert - Mrs - - T °W" HUbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Besch.. Arthur Fnmlcl Is Married- Mary 'Kathellne Brennan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan, west of Emmetsburg, and Arthur A. Fandel, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, were man-led last week Wedneeday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Thomas Catholic church at Emmetsburg. The Rev. Father M. J. McNerney performed the ceremony and said the nuptial mass. Joseph Brennan and Paul Kane were mass servers. Mildred Fandel, niece of the groom, was bridesmaid, and Douglas Brennan, brother of the bride, was best man. The bride was dressed in Centennial blue crepe with hat and accessories to match. She carried' a bouquet of sweet peas and forget-me-nots. Her maid wore a rose beige with hat to match. The men wore blue. The "bride was grad r uated from Emmetsburg high school and has been teaching- school ; ln Palo Alto county. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mre. M. W. Fandel, and was ' graduated from Presentation academy. He completed a course at Bradley Institute, Peorla, 111., and for a time had a watch repair shop In .Whittemore. Last fail he went to Douglas, Wyo., where he has been employed In a jewelry and music store. A three- course wedding breakfast was served to relatives at the home of the bride's parents. They Intend leaving for Wyoming about the first of May to make, their home. A wedding dance was given in their honor at the Higgins hall this week Wednesday. Program Given by W. B. Girls— A special musical program and a drama, "The Challenge of the Cross", was given by the West Bend Y. P. Sunday evening at the Methodist church. There was no admission charge, but a free will offering was taken to help defray expenses. Eight girls took part in the drama, and were all dressed in white. The main point brought out in the drama was: "All ye that labor, and are heavy' laden, come unto me, and I will give you rest." The drama was well presente and drew a fair crowd. Freshmen-Senlorg Hare Picnic— i The public school ' freshmen, and seniors won a contest last week Avith the sophomore* and juniors: at selling tickets for a junior-senior play, and the victors had a picnic last week Wednesday afternoon at the school grounde, while the .sophomores and juniors had to attend class, with Miss Schllz in chavge. The freshmen and seniors chose sides for kittenball, after 'which .lunch was served in ^he home economics room. Shower Honors Mary Brennan— A miscellaneous shower wa« given Sunday afternoon for Mary Katherine Brennan, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan, west of JEJmmeteburg! Those from here who attended were Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mrs. H. J. Pandel, Mrs. W. M. Fandel, -Mrs. George Fandel and daughter Mildred, Mre. Ralph Fandel, Mrs, (Peter Fandel, Mrs. J. P. Elbert, Mrs. T. J., Kelly, Mrs. Alfred :Semon, Mrs. Emma Hubert. Girls Practice Kittenball— The Lutheran girls met .Sunday afternoon on the public school grounds for the first k|ttenball practice. George Schultz Is coach. The girls have not been assigned positions yet. c They will have practice again Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hlgglus Be&Bl»ln& Health— Rosella Higglns,' student nurse at Sioux City, was called home one day last week because of the serious 111- nesa.' & lier mother, Mre, .William ,-,_Z -'• wll ° nas shown, mprovement in "tie last few, days- t Child Is Bitten by Bog— Edward, little son of Mr. and Mre. Pete Schumacker, was bit by a. dog Sunday afternoon while playing. A small wound' was opened on the right cheek of the child. Defeat Cylinder at Klttenfcalt- The high school boys' kittenball team played at Cylinder Friday, an,* won, 41-9, _____ Other Whittemore News* Bernice Balgeman and Mrs. Carl Hansen clerked at H, R, ?um$cb,'s meat market Saturday. There was a special sale on groceries, meats, crackers, cookies, and cakes made from Briardale cake flour, They - lunch wd served was made In RlVervlew cemetery> Algona. L. W. 'Swanson and Clayton Crook were at Fort Dodge last week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, attending a school of instruction for electrical refrigerator dealers, Mrs! P. L, Jessen and her son Ralph got home last week Tuesday, after two weeks with relatives at Chicago. Mr. .lessen.teaches In the local 'Lutheran church. 'Mr. and Mrs 1 . Arnold Krause and Evelyn Radig, >of Fenton, and Geneva Walters and Mary Gappa drove to Varina Sunday to visit Mrs. I«- .natius Gappa. Arthur Fandel drove to Fairmont Tuesday to meet his brother Edward,'who is studying for priesthood at St. Paul's Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and two children, of Blue Earth, Minn., visited Sunday at the D. Cordea home. Mrs. Bell was formerly Frieda Cordes. The Revs. John Hylahd and William Vieit attended first mass of Father IHg at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, last week Wednesday. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, wife of Whlttemore's veterinarian, attended an Eastern Star dinner last week Monday evening,'at West Bend. Elsie Far'rell arrived last week Tuesday from Chicago, where she has for some years been in the employ of Swift'& Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son Walter spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Meyer's sister, Mrs. William Wehrepann, Ottosen. The George Meyer family were Sunday guest* at Erwitf Bruhh's at Fairville. Mrs. Bruhn is a daughter of the Meyers. The public school's annual Junior- senior banquet wllltake rilace Tuesday, May 3, at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg. Father William Veit drove to Carroll last week Wednesday to attend funeral services last Thursday for Father Bradleyj • of',* 161 ' Wagner, student nurse in a Chicago hospital, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mre. Fred Wagner. . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Johnson's parents, the F. J. Balge- Bernice Balgeman was a Sunday guest at R. A. Behnke's. Alvera Bennke celebrated her birthday. ^Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer Jr., of Wesley, spent Sunday at the Joseph Meurer Sr. home Mary D. S.chllz, high school teacher, spent the week-end with her parents at Fort Dodge. Rosella Mathias, Bancroft, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. B J, O Brlen, north of town. The Timothy O'Briene have moyed from the flats over the Braga store to the Meyer house. . A baby boy was .born last week to Mr. and Mrs. John Volk. Mrs Volk is at West Bend. , A girl was born last week to Mr and Mrs. Curtis Quinn, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen and two children spent Sunday at Hoi- stein. Mite Society at Lone Rock Names Officers Heldenwith. H. S. juniors, spent J week Wednesday afternoon at Henry I*vren?'«, Algona, and also called at "the Advance ghop. Ml*» Heldenwith to 'local correspondent for the Advance. Mr. $nd MJ* Harpjft frifSPftl »>" children, Hobarton/ Mr, my BjHfftrpnji 9S.& #99 «re •v>«;> v leldenwith Lone Rock, Apr. 19—The-Mite society met at Mre. J. M. Blanchard's last Thursday, Mrs. .L. R. Roderick assisting. The new .officers took charge, and are Mrs. William Christen^on, « president; ' -and: Mrs. Alfred : Kreuger,- 'secretary.'' •'••Mrs'. Christenson named the flower committee composed, of Mrs. Willis Cotton .and; Mrs.' "•• Prank Fla%. The' next meeting will be held at Harry Hobson's next week Thursday.. County Tourney Next Saturday- Sections of the county baseball tournament will be at Bui-t and Titonka Saturday. At Burt the schedule for the games Is: Lone Rock vs. Fenton, 9. o'clock; followed by Burt vs. Swea City. The winners will play at 3. The towns playing at Tltonka are Grant, Ledyard, Titonka and Wesley. Sunday -Dinner Honors Visitors— , Mr. and Mrs. Clinton La Bar, of Austin,. Minn., spent Sunday with the former's father, William Cameron. A Sunday dinner was held at Hugh Marlow's. Those present were Mr. and Mre. Clinton La Bar, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and son Jackie and William Cameron. Seniors Have Pictures Taken-— •Seniors who had graduation pictures taken at Algona last* week Wednesday are John Newbrough, Gladys Nelson,' Inez Lewie, Gladys felerstedt, Dorothy Macumber, Virginia Bates, Myrtle Cherland and Gladys Stebrltz. The pictures were taken at Peterson's Studio. Bank Employe Off Duty- Mrs. Johnson, of Fort Dodge, hae been visiting at Er-nest Jensen's a few days. Mrs. Johnson is a sister of : -Mr."Jeneen, who ls n now,;'ln Iowa City visiting his mother, who had an operation recently. Ersel Blanchard' ds;iw'orkrng. injthe bank during his absence/ Burt Defeats Local Xlne— Lone Rock lost to Burt 5-1 laet week Tuesday. •' Swea City baseball '•boys played here Friday afernoon and won 3-0. The next game scheduled Is..to be played here with St. John's school, of Bancroft, next week Tuesday; Attend Seneca B. B. Event- Mr, and Mrs. J .M. Blanchard, Mr. and.Mrs. H. J. Rice, Clarence Macumber, Delmar Fischer, and Hildreth Pettit attended a reception at •Seneca in honor of Seneca's baeket- ball players last, week Thursday evening, • • , V P..T. A, WUI Meet— P.-T. A. will meet Thursday night in the school auditorium. There will be election of officers, a school exhibit, and 'a 'junior high play called Raspberry Red will be given. There will be no admission charge. Church Basement BeU Cleaning— Christian Endeavor members cleaned the church basement Friday evening. The parties will be given here in the future, .' Sunday School Hour Chance— 1 Beginning the first Sunday in May Sunday school will be at 10; SO and Church at 11:30. , ,' Other Lone Boek, M.. Floy Jones, home economics teacher, spent'the week-end "with her parents at Chester, Supt, and Hvs,;L, Godfrey went to Truesdaje Saturday. Nlta Dunn accompanied them to Alta, where she visited her parents. They returned Sunday, •Mrs. W. T. Fish, of Whittemore, spen^ last Thursday an( j Friday at J. M. Blanchard's. Mrs. Fish and her daughter Harriett returned to Whittemore, where Harriett d spent the week-end, _ Mrs. Ray Jensen and Mre, Ernest Jensen went' to '.Graettipgfer S^tur,- day, Mrs. Ernest Jensen w«w called by the death of her grandmother Friday," Howard Blanchard, teaching in Brighton, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. M. E- Blanchard, Dr. Bwteht Hoxje, o? Hampton, and • J. '?. »uk,e risked.* g,| H, J. Race's Simd^y, • , Mrs. iLester Jojjnsian, pjf p»noro|t; attendied Mite soclpty JW4 at J. M. Blanchard's last Thursday. Mrs. M. B. Plan^chard, and were JU last week., Mr. and Mrs. .Alex Jfre«ger yere " to Algona last week Tuesday to attend a mail carriers' meeting. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kleinleln, and daughter, of Des Molnea, ^Osited at William Fisher's over .the week-end. Auxiliary..>vas held at George Pet- tlt'e-last week.'i- Mr. and Mrs. Otis' Sanders spent Sunday at West Bend. NAVAL STUDENT IS SELECTED FOR AVIATION San Diego, Calif., Apr. 15 — Edward W. 'Froehlich, son of Charles A. Froelich, Wesley, has received the distinction of being selected for the aviation school during his train- Ing period at the U. Si naval train- Ing station, 'San Diego. Froehlich was chosen for a trade school out of more -than 100 men .undergoing training with him. He was chpsen for leadership, cleanliness, excellence, aptitude, and Influence. LEGAL NOTICES | NOTICE .To All Landowners, Occupants, and Persons In -possession or control of lands, Including railroad lands within Kossuth county: '.You'and each of ".you are ' hereby notified that the Board of Supervisors of said county have, by resolution duly entered of record, ordered all noxious weede to be'destroyed at the.time and in the manner set out in the following schedule: 1. That all weeds growing In the highways shall'be cut at least twice 'during "the" growing season, the first cutting to be not later than July 1st, 1932, and the second cutting not later than September 15, -1932; and : all noxloue weeds shall be'cut and destroyed by the owner or occupant whether on the property or on th.e adjoining ? • highway, .•• . between the dates named, to-wlt: . ' 2. Smooth Dock, Buckhorn, wild Mustard, Quack Grass,. Sour . or Curled Dock, Canada, Thistle, Horse •Nettle, Wild Parsnip, Wild Carrott, •Ruseian Thistle, and Sow Thistle between the 15th day of June "and the let day of July, 1932, and between the 15th day of July, 1932, and the 15th day of August, 1932. 3. Shoofly, Burdock, Cocklebur, Wild Sunflower, Velvet Weed, between the 1st day of July, 1932,' and the 15th day of August, 1932, and between the 15th day of August and the 15th day of September, 1932. , You are further notified that unless said order Is complied with the weed Commissioner'will" cause said weede to be destroyed and the cost thereof will be taxed to the owner of the property; that .if. said order Is not complied with, and It becomes necessary for'the weed commissioner to destroy, or cause to be destroyed, said'weeds, any loss or damage to crops resulting from such destruction shall, under the statute, be borne toy the owners of said real estate. Dated this 13th day of 'April, 1932. ' ' , P, J, HBIKEN, ' "' ;ChaU-man of the Board of Supervisors. Attest: BERTHA'E, JOHNSON, County Auditor,, > 32 to me from the Clerk of the Dtetrldl Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, On a judgment rendered In said Court on the 12th day of April, 1932, in favor of The Northwestern Mu* tual Life Insurance Company,. MlU waukee, Wisconsin, as plaintiff, and against' Matt J.' Murtha, Executor of the last will and testament of Peter J. Murtha, deceased, as defendant, for the sum of Fourteen Thousand Eight Hundred. Five and .02/100 ($14,805.02) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Twenty-Three and 85/100 .($223.85) Dollars and accruing costs, I have lev- led upon the following described real property as the property of the said Mary Murtha, County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Kraft Clothing Company, C. H. TUg- gert, Wm. McMahon, First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, W. C. Pyle, Receiver of the First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, Clara Murtha, Peter Murtha, John Murtha, Matt J. Murtha, Matt J. Murtha, as executor of the last will and testament of Peter J. Murtha, deceased, Frank Murtha, Mrs. Anna Frank], Peter Mueller and Kossuth County, Iowa, to satisfy said execution to-wlt: . The Northeast Fractional. Quarter of Section Number One, in Township Number Ninety-five north, of Range Number Thirty West, con- and seven one hundredths, acres, talning one hundred eighty-nine and seven one hundredths acres, more or less; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and 'accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cn«h, in hand, on the 16th day of May, 1932, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by'.'the undersigned. Dated this lath day of April, 1932. li. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth .County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. R. F. Clough, , Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF IQWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS, Notice la hereby given that by vlr-> tue of a, Special Execution, dlrecjted FAT GIRLS! HERE'S A TIP FOR YOU , • 441 over the.'world j£j ! uJBfth$ii' 1* appealing to glj-la. and women who strive tor an attractive, free from fat figure that cannot fall'to win admiration. N ^ Here's the recipe that ' ba,nish,es {ft a,nd bringe Into blpaaom all t^e natufftl attractiveness that -eye|-y wonian possesses and dqes it ItJ fnd HARMLS3SSLT.- Jn 0e morning tft teaspoon of Krusohen Salts in ' a glass of hot water bef —*ut d^own on paetry NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from' the Clerk ,of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in eaid Court on the llth day of April, 1932, in favor of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against M. J. McCarthy and Agnes McCarthy and the Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Sixteen (16); West half <W%) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Twenty-One (21°),.all in Township Ninety-four (94) North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, con- taming 240 acres more or less, according to government survey, as defendants, for the eum of Twenty- four Thousand One Hundred Nineteen and 86/100 ($24,119.86) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three -Hundred Twenty-seven and 90/100 (f 327.90) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said M. J. McCarthy, Mayme McCarthy, : hueband and wife, John Ruger and Mrs. John Ruger, husband and wife, and 'Agnes McCarthy, defendants, John Ruger and Mrs. John Ruger, and Agnes McCarthy, Inter- venors, to satisfy said execution towit: The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of .SecticHuSlxteen t (i«); -West -Half of : ".'Northwest Quarter (W% of •NE%) of Section Twenty-One (21), all,,-ln Township ( Ninety-Four ,,.(94) North, of Range Twenty-Seven 1 (27), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian 1 ,' containing 240 acres more or less .according. to. government survey; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said-execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 14th day of May, 1932, fit the 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 undersigned. Dated this 13th day of April, 1932. L. E. HOVEY. Sheriff of KoMuth County, Iowa, By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Hobbet and Blue, Plaintiff's Attorneys. - 32-33 GLASS *.» Your brok6:Q d oor and windshield glass replaced while you wait. K-W. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, installed JOE GREENBERG THE 1932 YgAK BOOK OUR. HISTOKY OF IN many lines of industry the largest companies reduced their output in 1931. Those who furnished them with raw materials had, at best, restricted markets. Swift&Cpmpany'8l932YearBook,nowready, tells how this nation-wide, diversified marketing organization met conditions in a better way. 1. It kept it* doort open and handled more pounds of product* than in 1930. 2. li continued to-pay cash for all it bought. 3. In more than a hundred produce itation* it held to the policy of purchasing all the poultry, tan,. and dairy, products offered by fannera. 4. Still more important, Swift & Company cut it» owntxtttt. • Thirty years of experience have proved that the most economical way to market-produce is through the same channels that handle meats. The same salesmen tell, the same refrigerator .cars transport, the same branch houses sell and deliver the whole Swift fc Company line of fine foods, such as Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon. " Swift's Premium .Milk-Fed Chicken, Golden West Fowl, Swift's Brookfield Butter, BUS. Cheese and many other products. Read the 1932 Year Book. It explain* bo* a Bounded line make* Swift fc Company operatioM *table Mdhov diversification lewen* the **"tt* of .bandltac " " • make price level*. And it ten* in detail the i pany ha* taken to make itself still mwc ett u>C the cap between hundred* of tboMand* of and million* of mrMnnxn Your copy_await* you. Ask; Swift & Company ^urrcyor* of Ont teod» Swift 6t Company 4224 Packer* Avenue. Union Stock Yard*, Chicago. lUinoi* Pleawwnd me, without charge, my copy of tftw ltt> Tav atalv JVam*. READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS S TOCK FIKB ^nttAam* *?*1^aWJ«aW_ s ifcsWM:^

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