Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1932 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1932
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NOT IG PICNIC tefliorft Aug. Mrs. •lories • tor, rtrles the Harry Mo.; Mr. Crawford, George RO^ Crawford farn- Crooks, the Frank H. Rovtpe, and the " a n of Whittemore; Crawfords, Norman Frank Millers, Mrs. r and Mrs. fid \Vil- all of Al- n 1 Crawford, Sioux .Married—:.-" has been made of ,Tn' Chicago JUne 30 at, 'our Lady^ of Mercy ,68 Fandei, daughter of '„ Joe Fandei, of Lady• |3 to Harry .'ttalles, of Hilda 'Fandei, sister of bridesmaid, and Nor„! the bridegroom's at- "weddlng breakfast was the bride's aunt, Mrs. , after which . the went to the Aragon I) HI ON TWP, GIRL HOME FROM TOUR OF PACIFIC COAST Good Hope, AUK. 9—The Aid entertained the Whittomore Aid .at parsonage Thursday. ,\ program, constating of violin am! piano numbers by Vera Stell and Evelyn Crulkshnnk, vocal numbers by a trio KOSStmt COttNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGESEVWf S of Mrs. • Arle •Mrs. Qulnton Smith, and a duet Moore and the Rev. Allen Wood, a •talk on the activities of the Circle We recently a herd of 45 females. W, J, Payne, Editor. Chnrlos Kliimp, Field Kcnorlnr. f (TONKA MAN PASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS at < nittmer,'some 311 calves tagRliiK behind BJustrom and Viola ; of which were hem* drive,, id' Titonka, Aug. 9'— B. R. Intermill, I north of town, died Friday, follow- KBW some tine Angus jer ehocka, and he remarked that he j Ing a long sickness! Funeral «er- \Vith ] would be a woalthy mnn if'he now i vices were held Monday. He was : had all the money lie had signed an Odd Fellow, an active Methodist - chec ' lw f °r ln that cook house—more On July 18 F. p. Fett, O f Switch, was Han in million We visited a few minutes with our and belonged to a group ot men we L v nf th P . , , Cll ' cl ° S . wltch - wn « ""'""Sh w th harvest ' ° lcl frlend ' Carl Cartoon. ot Portland o? MiL City 0 Mom *' f "M ch « roth ! n * nnd '»•'»«»* '^y to.thresh He | J- ow " 8hl «'' ° ne «*y '?« weak. He IB *. ' : S _.,., y ' Mon V' hy M '' s ' 1<«te had saved KM H1 ,rlnc nlas frnm „„!„ '" Poor health with anemia, a «ort . was Annls and tlie usual devotional vice occupied a half hour of the "afternoon. Early In the program the occasion WHS made a surprise birthday party in honor of the hc.mte.=«, Mrs. Allen Wood. A hooked rug from the Good Hope Indies nnrl n pieced quilt from the Whittomore ladies were presented by Mrs. V. .1. Gross and Mrs. Leo Swnnson representing the respective societies. •Mrs. Wood words of 1(M „,„.,„„ ])iKK from on]y 20 litters, so Mrs. Fett said. He ha.s ! ot thlnnln K of the blood. He a fine drove of Hampshire shoatw. ' h!s l ' e<1 corpuscle count was . ^ LOI-JI Allen, Pittsburg, Kans., left | nnout a Quarter as much as It should Friday for home nf tor a 10-day'" visit | bc- TllWie ret1 corpuscles are what at Kd IJartlett's In Portland town- K iv e color to the skin, so anemia pa... . - town ship. Kd is her uncle, and she has other relatives, besides friends, In the Portland neighborhood. MlVfe Allen's mother is a sister ot Mr. Bartlett. tients become very pale. a Rochester doctor told seven years ago, before new dlscov-1 near eries had been made, he would have died, but "Today we can make you comparatively well." One of the requirements of diet In the treat- here who have for years made fishing trips to Minnesota. He was born tit Dayton 'December 19, 1774,1 and was In his 58th year at death. I While he wns still a boy his fam- ; ily moved to Vincent, northeast of •Fort Dodge, where he grew up ancl was married to Anna Merrick No- I vember 20, 1901. A son and two daughters were born to them. In! Curl said' 1908 the family moved to Humboldt,! him that j and 14 years ago moved to a farm Bancroft. Two years later i they settled on the farm where Mr.! said only • party, well The bride was popular girl here. i' Entertain''floeitB-r Mrs Erwin Faulatieh, of S 1 0.,' accompanied by Eu- ftnlrtleh, R. N., at the Ford „, Detroit, Mich., came fT; visit their .parents, I W *"' .**.'..l_4l A h , , Arthur Burgess, Portland town- responded with such ship, southwest of Titonka, was to, appreciation of the leave right after threshing for Me- ment ls veal liver, so neglected an thoughtfulness of the ladles and | Lean county, 111., to visit his moth- rtlcle of tooA 50 yeai ' s ngo tnat their gifts as she could commandeer, and other friends and relatives butcners Bive.it away. Now It is, •Following the program refreshments McLean county is where a sanitary 40c a DOunt1 ' Fortunately Mr. Carl- . verely. were served to 60. hog-raising method now ' used all """ bp * n famlly ot b!:? boys to do ' ~ • over the U. S originated tne * arm work while he looks after. Women Work on Supply Shelf— Threshers Find Yield Light- Theo H. nike Jr.? west of Titonka hls hcaltn ' By Thursday all the threshing • • - IU«KH. Intel-mill died. Besides the widow and children, a brother and six sisters survive. Mr. Intermill had been bedfast two months. Before that he suffered a .stroke, and at times during , his sickness he suffered so- and last the »«• . fflfcliitotloh. has started to fall-plow, the first runs In this section will have com-I man we have seen at it this year pleted their respective runs. It has He already had eight acres plowed wllh a K °°d wife to help him Is get- been a fine fall to thresh and the ] last week Tuesday and he said he tlnB ahead notwithstanding ob,—„ ,..._ ... . would have all of his plowing'out'of stacle8 ' He s"«ered hail damage The home of Julia and . Nellie Fred Henken, west of Titonka, Is Nelson presented a busy appearance a steady, hard-working farmer, and Friday afternoon, when 25 mem- J7 teacher In Cleveland. The furred toulstich, of Long left y also came to visit hla I,' They all expect, to leave Liier part of the' week. The Alfred Faulstich preached „'services.at : %, Paul's Lu- 5 church Sunday.- ••.,' ; Walters;'accompanied by iother, Mrs. ' Jbfi'eph \ -falters, ary Gappa returned a '. week Sunday from Missouri. They d Mm. Walters's brothers, L. 1 j R. Paradies, at Mexico and , city, Mo. They also. stop- i gee the Bagnell dam. I Woman, Breaks Hip— Kunde, 73 years old, \yho is at the home of her daugh- i. P ..I. Balgeman, fell Friand fractured-her hip work has gone forward with few delays. Oats are of fine quality, but In most cases the yield has been unusually light, many fields running 30 bushels or below and few running the normal +5 or '50 bushels to the acre. With the price where It is it ie doubtful whether the yield will pay for -twine and threshing, to say nothing of the labor of planting and harvesting. Church to IVo Resumed Sunday— Church eervlcc.s at Good Hope and Whittemore, which were discontin- the way in time to come to the hers and friends of the local Legion Auxiliary met to work on a "supply shelf." Three quilts were made, and the first year he left insurance off'..many carpet rags were torn and county fair. Ted Is a substantial I llis flcldt! ' then lost 1] cattle by sewn. Everyone took pieces to the hard-headed farmer ready to boost a' clov01 ' bloat while ne wns learning' meeting to be cut Into blocks for good thing like the fair all the time.! to liandle thls Profitable crop, lost —"' *— T - Paul Leaverton, cow-teeter for the 73 h °S 8 .by cholera before he mas- Kossuth association No. 1 furnishes an interesting example of the usefulness of a cow-tester. On a certain farm he noticed a cow which had been milked but did not eeem to have been thoroughly stripped. He got a pall, stripped the cow, and found that the owner, provided the cow was always similarly milked. ued .two weeks for threshing and i had been losing approximately takfen to the McCreery hos- l a cast was made, and .she was harvest work, will be resumed Sunday. Let us have a good attendance of our people and any friends pound of butterfat a day. The stripping tested 11% per cent b. f. The fair grounds are in excellent who would enjoy worshiping with ( shape for this year's fair. ' All the us. Scholars of the Junior Sunday old substantial fair supporters are school are reminded of the contest in which they are engaged. i tack to the Balgeman home lay morning. leu I,eg Cast Removed— ten Frantz, R. N. at Victory irlal hospital, Waukegan, 111., (felting her grandparents, Mr. Illrs. Joseph Meurer Sr., and is for Mr. Meurer, who fell ["time ago and fractured his ; leg. The cast was removed •day. Fleming Cracks Shoulder— Conine Fleming cracked Ishoulder for the second lime last •week while out i)lay- She hurt her shoulder a. short j before the Fourth-in a fall. On •Fourth she cracked it the first Ue lor Pastor's Wife— Isthodls't women gave a surprise for the Rev. and Mrs. Wood |Thursday afternoon in honor of Wwd's birthday, Lunch was id, and Mrs, Wood \yas.present- Ith a blanket. v ' ' i Kehoe Robbery Victim— I has 'been received from Mrs. I Kehoe, Minneapolis, formerly fc'hlttemore, that her son Adlore, | ten held up In an oil station Shower Honors Loretta AVulker— A pre-nuptial shower for Loretta Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, occurred Saturday at the L. C. Walker home. MLss Walker Is a very popular young lady and has many friends as was evidenced by the 'gifts presented by the more than 50 guests present. She is soon to become the bride of Lewis Broes- tered the vaccinating angle, had a barn, with a crop of alfalfa, also four horsey?, two calves, harness, quilt tops. iLunch was served. In attendance were Lorena Hansen, Sophie Conradi, Mildred Jennings, Camilla Cooper, Eva Peterson, Estella Bonacker, Anna Br'uns. Cleo etc., burn [the barn now replaced], | Nelson, Galena Zwiefel, Esther As- but all these troubles just made him j kins, Mary Sartor, Sadie Benton, work harder. Mrs. Henken woe Delia 'Spier before her marriage, and her mother is Mrs. Wert Asche, south of Lakota. The Henkens have five children, two of them twins. Mr. Honken came over from Germany in 1910, learned.'the language of his new country, and, like many othere from the old country, is Carrie Bonacker, Olive Bruns, Mar- SPECIAL DAYS AT IOWUTATE FAIR For the convenience of the many families planning to attend this year't Iowa State Pair in Des Molhes, we give below the list of special days: Friday, August 26, Children's Day, Automobile Race Day. Saturday,. August 27, Train Wreck and "Thrill Day". Sunday, August 28, Music Day, Washington Bicentennial Day. Monday, August 29, Farm Bureau Day and Democratic Day. Tuesday, August 80, Republican Day aid Old Soldiers Day. Wednesday, August 31, Slate Day and Farmers Union Day, Thursday, September 1, Livestock Parade, Day and Grange Day. Friday, September 2, Auto Ilace Day. All children under fifteen will be admitted free on Children's Day and all veterans of the World War free on Saturday, August 27. Spanish War veterans., will be admitted free Tuesday, August 30, and Civil War veterans every day of the fair. To the Patrons of the Algona Feed Mill We are back on the line grinding and mixing feed again E. R. RISING 43 WOMEN STUDY NEW METHODS OF CANNING Forty-three women attended a county canning demonstration Tuesday, July 26, In the home economics room of the new Algona high'school building. It wae held under the direction of Antoinette. Bonnstetter, Algona-Humboldt school nurse, and Mrs. Muriel Leaverton. county home demonstration agent. tha Bonacker, and Julia and Nellie I This meet 'ng was part of a na- Neteon, members, and guests were MTS. John Zw'Jetel, -Mrs. 1 Mana Bon- tional-state food-saving campaign the slogan of which is "Save food; BLOOM'S Entire Stock in a Most Terrific Crash to Raise Cash! Sale Now Going On! 1 rack ladies' and misses' dresses Entire stock of ladies' hats— $3.00 and $4.00 values _..„ 49c i' hats— 23c acker, Mrs. Marks, and Mrs. Chas. can and have -" A-.statewide campaign has been launched to call at- j ention to the need for and ways of j saving foodstuffs which nature has Reibsamen. Attend SUite Legion Meeting- Local Legionnaires and Auxiliary making good in America. The family members who attended a state Le- whether they would come, and the I you clressed ln our w° rkin B clothes !in«wp,. n«,,,niv T»n« «r!,, oco „,„ .=>,<, n ' you W 'U °e able to recognize us." i he worked. •with $20. The bandit made • Wood on Job Again— (rvices were resumed Sunday at | Methodist church, . after a two vacation during which 'Rev. Wood attended a special meet- lat Okohojls Methodist camp. Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy and son Dale. Burt, and Mrs. Wm. Treptow, Phoebe Morgan and the iRev. and Mrs. Wood attended-services at the Methodist Bible conference Sunday. The fine sermons by Bishop 'F. D.-Leete, Omaha, and President Robt. E. O'Brian, Morningslde college, were highly Inspirational. An audience of a thousand people filled the tabernacle in the afternoon. Vocal and orchestral music provided by the Bible Conference .school of music added to the Interest and enjoyment. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, Burt, and the Rev. and Mns. Allen Wood drove to the Methodist camp ground on Lake Okoboji Friday. The Rev. Mr. Wood attended a called meeting of the Algona district. Irene and ''Frances Mates, Earlham, came -Monday to visit their aunt,. Mrs. Roy Sarchett. They will return home Saturday, Ellen Saathoff. Burt, who has been a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ed Broesder, for a week returned home Saturday. Mrs. Kate Annie was a guest at the C. L, Dittmer and Wm. Treptow homes Friday and Saturday. The .T. <F. Cooneys are now farming at Banna Switch, northeast of Lu Verne, where they have the property -which the Tiss family had for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Cooney formerly farmed at AVesley. planning to attend We have asked plans at least a day at the county & ion convention at Fort Dodge last many farmers In the last few weeks! fair ' ' Fretl said ' " When we ca " on week Mon <J ay a nd Tuesday were: H. ., „ ... ... , ...... Rex Austin _ commander of the post here, Nate Walsh, adjutant, and Alfred Oesterrelcher, these three being the official delegates from Breen post; George Higgins, Henry Bruns, •H. A. French. George Graham, his mother, Mrs. George Granam Sr., and sisters Lottie, Ruth, and Mrs. Mildred Jennings,. the . Jacob ' God- answer usually was, "Guess we shall Tiave to go, if we can find gasoline money, the fair is the one worth-* while outing for the whole family." We think it is mostly meeting friends and neighbors from over the county that' brings people to the fair. Sexton The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Monroe Hieter, south dens, the William Petersens, the Raymond .Bonackers, the Miller Nelsons, -and Mrs. Roy Oesterreicher. of Wesley. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her daughter Nell spent Monday at Archie Berger's, helping cook for threshers. A. E. Pasley had a visit from his, ...•.„ sister and her husband, Sumars,! Atfcnd S ' nt * AnxmaTy week. They operate a Mr. Pasley had been ., They belonged to' with his daughter, Mrs. Johnson L. M. Oesterreicher and his son Al- Azenski. of Thompson, since spring., fred, who farm east of there. The but is now at his son iFloyd's for a convention. It Twins Hrought Hom,e Bartlett twins, Richard and ti, we're brought home one day [week from Mason City, where I been under special care for :ek or so. • ; ' Huburg- Is Defeated— : local baseball team defeated metsburg Sunday 7-2 at Em- Ralph Keene and Henion both hit home ' Cut in Thresher— ,. [erman 'Lauck had a painful ex'" i one day last week when he !\of his fingers pn the 'sting machine. Heating Plants— rthony Schmidt Sr,, is putting u " water heating system. W, ler ia installing; a, hot air her Whittemore News. and Mrs. Wm. Higgjns and ''«r "Rosella, accompanied by 1 P'Brlen, visited last week at ' Rapids, (From Cedar Rapids ! went to Oakdale to visit her i Mary Alma, a patient 'in the iHum. •t ana Andrew ,BjBBtenlehner, punwa, spent a few 1 days with " Brother, Frank Bestenlehner. Annett, who has heen visiting 'Jwein, returned to, Whittemore I 'new. r - ; • . . **f 5 1 Is »dore, cousin, pf frank cattle were purebreds. The elder Mr. Oesterreicher is a former Kossuth supervisor. At the C. 'L. Phelps home in Port- week, after which he will return to Thompson*. Mrs. Harry Merriam, Corwith, her daughters, Doris and Wilma, and land township recently we met a|son Roland visited at Harvey Stev- bright "ba-by boy, Le Roy Charles, en's '»"* week. Mrs. George Werson of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps, mersen. Miller, S. D., and her son born July 5, weight 6% pounds. He Kenneth spent Friday at Harvey's. Is thriving. Mrs. Phelps was Leita Mrs. Wermersen is a sister-in-law Mesdamee Sadie Denton and Cleo Nelson, local delegates,' left Mon- via Garner for 'Cedar Rapida to Auxiliary They -were taken to Garner by Mrs. Pearl Ricklefs, and there joined a Xake Mills delegation which drove to Cedar Rapids. Mesdames Denton ana Nelson are ex pected home this week Thursday evening. irovlded in abundance this year. Indications are that there will b e need tor saving for next winter both for home use and for needy families. The immediate need is to get people to can surplus products. Later a campaign to encourage storage of food products, and possibly to home- cure and can meats, will be conducted. KOSSUTH WOMEN'S STATF FAIR jXHIBIT HONORED Des Molnes, Aug. 0 — Koseuth •Farm Bureau women will present one of the leading exhibits in a statewide woman's exposition at the State Fair August 24-September 2. The exhibit will present results achieved in a home furnishing project which has been studied throughout the county during the last year. It will show in detail methods of conducting the project and will endeavor to measure results in a concrete way. Fair officials hope thus to enable other counties to benefit by the experience of Kossuth women and interest other groups in undertaking similar work. The exhibit will occupy a prominent place in the woman's building throughout the fair. In addition to presenting the exhibit, representatives of the Kossuth Farm Bureau will appear on a special series of programs in the woman's department. , 'Sperr'hig, 'Of Thompson, before marriage. Her father-in-law, who was blinded In an accident at Burt 30 years ago, is an outstanding example of a man who though badly handicapped has made a success of himself. The elder Mrs. Phelps was a sister of the late Geo. W. Paine, Algona druggist, whose widow ' is now county recorder. C. H. Theesfleld, barber at 'Fenton, was a visitor at the Advance office Friday. He had come to Algona to bring Gertrude Theesfield, a cousin, to the General hospital, where she underwent an tonsillectomy. Doctor Meyer, Feriton, and Dr. W. 'D. Andrews, Algona, looked after her case. Mr. Theesfield IB the R. & T. subscription representative at Fenton. and he is also prepared to take new subscriptions for the Advance. People who watch political news, progress in tax reduction, board of supervisors proceedings, etc., are in need of the Advance. We recently bought a young dressed duck from Mrs. A. W. Austin, Titonka, and she delivered it frozen, "right off the ice." Mrs. Austin hae one of the ice boxes that will freeze Ice culjes .and do everything else any Ice bpx should do, yet it operates by lighting a burner .on a kerosene stove under the box. Chemicals do the trick: The case ia large and roomy, and the price low in comparison to some other makes. Mr. Auetin recently bought 40 acres of land and added it to his holdings, which we believe, consisted of another 40 acres. He paid only $39 an acre for the new forty, which wa», sold at auction by a land bank. Riding with Claude Samson, former road contractor, former sheriff, now deputy sheriff, on an inspection tour of the fair grounds, we saw a Lottt Creek Mr and Mrs. Jos. Leininger tertained the following guests en- last week Tuesday evening v the Carl Feyes, the Andrew Elberts, the Hackbarths, the -Frank Schuellers, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Will, son Roger, Mr. and. Mrs, Earl Lorenz^the John Kohlwes family, Mr. and Mrs, Noah Heisner, the William Deckers, the Vinkels, and Mr. and Mrs » « the Bestenlehner home last • Wie hae been at A«hton the ' t two . _. lUbuque. way Dorthea, Sister M. Bene' . ;?• « Cherokee, ylelt'efl Sister ther ' Hvs - J »' me8 * mother, them to Cherokee ^ U f bn febiwke and were Sunday -X tw.o Oak dinner k« B f , «*« torraerly Jived, here, William Lauck.' At midnight lunch ^rTnf **' Louis Hackbarth and 'Frank Schueller drove to Fort podge last week Tuesday to attend bunk house obcupied by race horse of Mrs. Steven. . Mre. Henry Phillips went to Burt Sunday evening for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Steven. ' • Edith Greenfield spent Monday at the Thomas Ainley's, helping cook for threshers. Mary and Marie Harris and (Ruth Miller returned Sunday from Clear Lake, where they had spent a week in a cottage. . . • . Alberta Grosenbach, accompanied by friends from South Creeco, spent Sunday at Des Molnes with Helen Morrow, and all had a picnic in Riverview park. Miss Morrow plans to enter a hospital there soon for nurses' training. ••'. Whittemore tftola Balgeman left Monday for Chicago, where she is studying nursing. She has been visiting the past two weeks with her parents, the F. J. Balgemans. Rosella Biggins, student nurse at the Mercy hospital in. Sioux City, is spending a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Higgins. Dr. J. W. McCreery drove to Algona Monday afternoon to attend the funeral of Dr. M. J. Keneflck,. Eugene and Mildred Simpson, children of Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Simpson, have the "flu." , Adolf Monta'g was operated on Sunday for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital. Irene Fuchsen and Ida E. Peschon, of Rochester, Minn., are visiting at P. J. Fuclisen's. Mary Ragan, Ottumwa, formerly of Whittemore, visited last week at Henry Geelan's. HaH Damage •»! Tour Farms- Considerable damage was done to corn in this vicinity by hail last Thursday night. Ben We'ssels,' Ernest Peterson, 'George Klenk, John Pink, and others suffered heavy losses. i ' Busy Bees to 'Camp at Luke— Estelle Bonacker. and Mrs. Oscar Miller will accompany a group Buffalo Busy, Bees, 4-H grirls, Clear Lake this week Thursday for a half week *>t <cump life. Other Titonka News. Marguerite, daughter of Antone of to Pannkuk, local merchant, is spending a two weeks vacation here. She is'in training for a nurse at Mercy hospital. Mason City. Marguerite was graduated from the Titonka high school in 1930. Arthur Askln went to Algona Saturday to consult an oculist about his eyes, with which he has been having • much trouble for six months. It Is hoped that he will be able to attend school. Mrs. Betty Sturdivant. Fort Dodge, and her children have been I spending a few days with the for- j mer's mother, Mre. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr. Sturdevant is' to come after them Sunday. Anna Bruns, Buffalo Center, is spending a couple of weeks with her brothers Guy and Henry , and with Estelle Bonacker and other friends. 'She has been teaching at Otranto three years. Floyd LIchtenberger, Burt, agent for the Royal. "400" gas 'company, wos here 'Saturday to attend the opening of a new station of which "Ken" Fisher is proprietor. ' 1 Antone Holcomb, Hanlontowni former resident here, now operating an elevator, spent last week Tuesday evening with local old friends. The Al Youngs, formerly employed at Jerry Schutjer's farm, are now town , residents, having moved into the Edw, Callies cottag*. 1 big table of boys' and girls' oxfords and straps, best makes, eizes up to 2 Men's work shoes, none bettei 88c $1.39 1 rack ladles' misses hats _ and IOC Cretonnes and prints, 25c ma_ 10c Big assortment of stockings, values to 50c, per pair ---- children's 5c Boys', lung dress pants, values up to $3.00. Men's and boys' dress shirts, come early Boys' unionalls. sizes up to 16 25c 49c now. yard t Men's union suits, small sizee, only Men's white collars 25c 1C house dresses, 77c 33c ladies' silk dresses, last call, $10.00 to $15.00 values 11 I 11 ' H Men's, white handkerchiefs- Men's dress ; straw hats Men's SRockford sox, 3 pairs '. — 8c 15c 25C , $4.95 25c 1 rack misses' dresses, sleeves, just the dress for school days _____ long Monarch peas '. Mustard, bottle—*— P. and G. soap, 10 bars Bread, Algona, fresh twice a day, 6 loaves —'. ——. lOc 5c 29c twice a 25c 1 rack ladies' best values for Men's work shirts, blue only Young men's suits, sizes up to 18 years, out they go 1 rack of 25 suits, values up to. $25.00, now Children's oxfords and 1-strap $1.45 values, now Boys' khaki pants .:•_-. Tennis shoes, men's and boys' all sizes,. black and white 1 lot of boys' tennie 1 rack of boys' oxfords, all sizes, values up to $3.00, now _. Ladies' silk hose—' Ladies' kid $3.50 arch-support black only, now— • •—Crackers, 2 4 lb. box Cateup,. large size —Corn Starch, 2 packages - 25C w^^ords, all $1.00 23C ». ^./-support $1.98 18C IOC ISC Bloom's pUlflUHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Mail a Want to Fill a Want Delores Finhell, Mason City, came followers at the speed barns, and Sunday to visit her parents, the R. Mr. Samson recognized it as one of H. F nneus. the bunk wagons in his old contracting outfit. Mr. Samson and his brothers, in seven years, did a business of $100,000 a year upward. Mr. Samson said the old bunk house had been his cook house house office. Lullue Smith came, last week-end to visit his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. Mrs. Harvey Simpson has been qu.ite sick, the past few days. Maxine Smith fell and ' sprained - her ankle Saturday evening. Mr. and a state Legion meeting. Mrs. John Meine, Hackbarth, took care *£, Tiedes, Pet-it, recently spent ^. : the chil- Kressin, Mr. and at Fenton Sunday were tne Fuerstenaus. the Noah the Alex Beisner, the » e R*v. and Mrs. Beca«*e «f the Advance's county wide circulation, want advertising In this paper li eieeptlonally prednettve. At the tame time tt li Inexpensive. Eeplles often cost the advertiser less than a cent apiece. Note—Except loaf "reader*" any kind of advertlfter ae« In the tame type as the news Is a "want ad." Tou "want" to sell as well at buy, yon "wait" to trade, yea «waat" te teat a kwa* y«« *»w«at" to take cows to pasture, etc. All such advertliinr Is called "want" advertlslaf by newspaper*. Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Les* Than 20c a Week - We Do Not Charge Want Ada - Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Address How many weeks is advertisement to run?.,.! ......... r __. Amount enclosed $--- tfoter-Wrlte plainly, one wori In «aeh •nice below. 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