Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 1
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*"l ALGONA, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 1, 1932 10 Pages Number 51 NTRY CLUB ES STOCK REQUIREMENT Stock Urged Prerequisite to Memberfthip. for issuance, of stock cer- , in the Alsona Country, club, t new ' methods of financing, [discussed in a general meeting mbers following a -Dutch lunch clubhouse last Thursday 8 club, in common with similar .„„, has been suffering ~a "drop in membership, till :It i necessary to resort to new j to assure operating. .funds. i'plana were suggested at the Jig r both Involvlhg. the' issu- fbf stock certificates which -can lansferred. by members'. Memberalilpi; Inactive. i absence of stock certificates |teen one of : thep Underlying of dissatisfaction : among iers. When the club was or- I In 1919 and shares In >'l920 {eold at $150 each, the-underling was that at some, future (regular stock certificates would med. It was necessary to own | a share before .becoming • a up to 1929, and 182 such ! were sold. i 182 shares, only 125 have |;ftilly'.pald up/ and .'on the re- ing 67' shares {there are bal- i due on notes.' „ ; I the 125 fully, paid'shares, only Je now held; by" active :menVbere ; yearly dues. This Is only (bird of the originalv number. j57 not completely paid there I? actives. Ithe course of the 12 .years dur- pich the club has been in ex- maTiy memibevsA have ./left , some are dead, and .some are lincially. able to care for their and so have dropped member- Only 76 Active* JToir. i are 66 shares owned'by es- | or people who haveMeft Al- Thus there are,GO shares not nted among the .yearly dues- i.'and "there arV 40 shares not | paid up which are .no^repre- d by actives. There are, how | as stated above," 17 shares not I paid which- are represented by JOB of the total, of. 182 , shares [74 are at present represented ictlves. The remaining 106 i remain an obligation against »,o< the club tho'ugh for the leveral years the owners have {nothing 'towards maintenance ! club, fce ot the- 76. active member*, be- |niany of the owners of these area would be glad to get rid (or nominal sums; yet since ' the present no certificates i issued, the owners have to prove ownership, .hence tangible to sell. 'Proponents i certificate plan believe, that club - privljege.--members »not hold stock would, If cer- l«9 Were Issued, be'abje to se- RS PLAN MEETING HERE TO CATCH 50 DOGS TO TRY Pied Piper Paid, So Algona CtubDates Greyhound Races fthem actives, Plan Is PfopoMtf. , [?lan would provide that ev- &e required each- year to In other words , there 'e 110 inactlves, for each '6 assessable for the fulj |20 lues. This would mean that «nares at present-not active "*"""- actives or .gradually Imported Racers and Jacks to Furnish Rare Sport. The Algona Country club" "plane greyhound races at the, local . .golf course Sunday afternoon,',Septefti'ber 25. The races will take place on; the eixth fairway'along the .west-fence, where the'ground is most ley;el.-- ''' •Entries will b e limited to*. : 24 dogs, and there .will be 24 heats. Two 'dogs will be released in each • heat ?'GO yards behind 'an imported Kansas jackrabblt which they will chase till one or fhe other dog kills It or it escapes from the grounds into; -a trap. . ' ...', '. ';.;'•.' ;... •Points will be awarded on 1 speed of tho dogs and the number of .times they ;m;ake ' the rabbit turn. Often ;these points make the dog. which, doesn't make the kill a wiririer.'..''•": ':•'': ' Snow-fencing' for Course.- ~;' ; ' Snow-fences will be borrowed from the county to enclose the course and keep dogs and rabbits within it. .The course will be in the neighborhood of 140 by 270 yards in size. The dogs and rabbits will,''be released at the south end beyond the preSejit, number six hole. . The dogs will have the entire'dis^ tance to the north fence in which to catch and kill the rabbits./..SpectaV tors will watch the races at V an point along the fences. , . ,. Present plans call for aril entr fee. of $2 for each dog, the-:';'mbne to be spent for prizes. Bitch , do will be awarded $2 for each! heat•'.'. wins. First prize will bq ?l(i; sei ond, $10. :'-./ .. i.,/,., ,-/. County Derby Is Planned. This will be the first time a rac of this' character has been held 1 this part of Iowa. Dogs ; from Min neapolis, Des Molnes, \Vaterlo< Fort Dodge, and points as.far awa as Hiawatha, Kans., are expecte Three dogs which toolf part in n tional coursing races at Seldon Kans., in April will probably be en tered. • One of the most interesting race will perhaps be the last on the pro gram, when any dog in Kossut may be entered in what will b called the "hamburger derby." Dog of all sizes and descriptions will 'b eligible. Nearly' 50 Kansas jackrabbits wi! be Imported especially .for the races The plans for the races were dis cussed by Country club members a a Dutch lunch at the clubhouse lae Thursday night. Children Are All at Home have a tendency to make • Want to sell their .staqk at ' price, now cluforprlvllege °f non-holders of shares, w? . leh ^ ex< ? wt votlng ' T»U the "' fl? memper- existence the total There members ,who 4roppe4 WATER IN SWITCH, BOX SHORTS WIRE : Water from-fresh concrete at. the light and power- plant Saturday night entered a switch box in one o the tunnels and caused a shor which burned insulation on cables leading to the box. The engine supplying the .cabl was ehut off, and the fire siren sounded, but' the source of ' the smoke was quickly located by plant workmen, and by the time the firemen were ready the wires had been cut from,the electricity and ..been cooled off.' The siren, however, attracted, a large' crowd. ' ' ' The new concrete 'base . for the new engine had not yet dried, ane water was being sprayed on top at intervals to keep It from crackjng The'box was fitted with a rubber gasket'which should have made it water-tight, but for unknown reasons it didn't work.' :.The smoke fooled onlookers .into thinking the fire greater than, it really was. Lights were meanwhile off in several parts pf: town while one engine was shut dpwri, but they were turned on again «jt few minutes after the cause of the fire had:p.een determined. The fire damaged only three cable ends and the box, ~ . •»——Tr. . •:' -'''.' FORMER KOSSUTH . ADOPTS 6-MONTHS OLD BOY Wesley ,Aug. 30—Friends in thte vicinity have received cards announcing that the Rev. and Mrs. H. JS. Whyte, Klemme, formerly Wesley, have adopted a son. His given name is Lynn Harrison, * nd * h *J was six months old at thettoe of hta adoption. Augult 12. The Rey- FnW%^"-'^ ••sgS*"^ 4 _<* ? mmk -j' • 44131 »*****• "TMH-t -T— •» _ _« and Mrs Whyte were popular 'here -• when dist' church a few years agor was ateo pastor at Ledyard and W- qpro* #$ years ago. . --.:-:«- N IrTl»gtQ» Cora Wins.? Ipylngton, Aug. SO-Vlsitors »t tfee taiF Ifte lasi week report. that tea ea7« of yeUow c 9 r» .eent Pome Robison wpi> » Wtt* Edward Ma rfl * a P ,. Part, of the Pied Piper of Ham- lontown has been re-enacted by the city council and H. Penning, formerly Ackley, now a professional rat-killer. Mr. Penning and the council last Thursday entered into an agreement whereby Penning, as Pied Piper, was to spread 4,000 units of rat bait at the city dumps, in addition to which- he was to shoot all visible rat holes with cyanide- gas. Pied Piper Henning spread the bait; gassed all holes, and the council, .departing from the example of the city fathers of Han- .lonton, paid him $15 agreed up- ion. Algona .children thus had no opportunity to follow the merry 'pipes of the Pled Piper. '' The Council was not in agree- ; ment on the necessity lor killing the rats. Conrad Herman, in whose bailiwick the dumps are located, voted against the enterprise as unnecesary. A number of Algonians in north Algona had become increasingly aware of danger of the rats spreading. Jesse Umbenhauer, caretaker at the clumps, reported that last spring he and a son, in one big rat-killing spree; accounted for 300 of the rodents; but -their • efforts scarcely' made an appreciable de-. crease in the population^ Some Algonians have been getting evening shooting practice at. the dump. -."They flash, .-.car lights oh and off and pepper the rats when the lights are suddenly turned on. Dr. Walter Eraser, some weeks,: ago, appeared before the council to ask that measures be taken,.to curb the rodents, which are well- known disease Carriers. Nothing was done at that time. It Is' reported on good authbr- 'i'ty that the dump is "fairly'alive' with the animals just before sunup every morning. Auto Free Someone, next week Friday evening at 8 p. m., final day of the county fair, will receive a new car as a gift from the fair and the Ford or Chevrolet dealers of the county. Choice of either a new Chevrolet or a new V-8 Ford will be awarded in front of the grandstand, and whoever gets it will drive it home that night. Details can be learned of any Kossuth dealer handling either car. The name of the person will be announced over an amplifying system, and five minutes .-will be allowed for him or her to come to the front of the grandstand. If the party called does not appear within the five minutes another person will be chosen, and so on till a party who personally appears is found. There will be asbolutely no strings to 'the gift, which will be an advertising stunt. • LOCALS LOSE FAST GAME HERE SUNDAY A Sunday baseball game here against Woden was Interesting, though Algona lost. The game closed with the locale at bat, two men out, two strikes, and three' balls on the batter, and two men on bases. The third and deciding strike failed to connect with-the, ball. Jos. Kelly Jr., who has done excellent fielding at shortstop and who once gained a base on balls, waited for the fourth 'ball again and guessed wrong. The game was good right up to the^last. minute. :..,;,,,. ,j,,.^ .'-'IManager • SteiVarJ McF!addert>' jiiis given several; days of his" time weejc-' ly''itli summer to working put--a. team' of young -Algona talent, which/ It \$'~ hoped, will, so develop that next; yeijir,' having;-gained age arid : experl- ence;ithe : bbya wiUi furnish- Allf^^ with an all ' : home-talent winning :eam. . . . . . The present regular players Include Lee -Reid. Kelly Jr., Omer Kelly, "Nanny" Bruhs, "Beans" Pearson, Eddie Butler, Arthur Nerd- strum, Faris Miner, H. M.. Vlnson, and Jos. Sellstrom. James E. Watts is regular ,um* lire, but Arthur Keucker substituted Sunday. Manager McFadden:ls endeavoring to book a- -game for- next Sunday. The charge at gate s 26c. CRETZMEYER TELLS ROTARIANS ABOUT OLYMPIC GAMES Dr. c. ;H. Cretzmeyer told the Rotary .club Monday about the tenth Olympic games at • (Los Angeles which he and his son Charles' attended. Opening his talk he gave a, short historical sketch of the games, telling how they originated in Greece hundred's of. yeare y before Christ and continued; for 6tfO years, whereupon they' were discontinued. They were revived In 1896. —The- Cretzmeyers sot seats in a section/.reserved for movie people, ind they recognized some of them, but were not favorably impressed with the light talk and the actio'rie of the film folk. They were located in,froht of the finish line'for most of the events, where they could pass their own judgment on many of the winners. In the next section to them were the athletes who were not taking part In current contests. Doctor Cretzmeyer considered the opening ceremonies more impressive than words can describe. The flags of 39 countries fluttered in a thrilling parade. No great show is without its mistakes. Doctor Cretzmeyer mentioned a number ..of. them at Los Angeles. For '• example, a steeplechase, was run one lap too • many, and the officials in a discus-throw were looking at a pole-vault when a long discus-throw was made. • Similar mistakes were troublesome.. • j.i-The Algonians were especially interested in a marathon race of more than' 26 miles, also in games not played in the middlewest. • -: 1 The Cretzmeyers made"-a 'number of short trips-out o'f;: Los Angeles HOW TO BATHE AT THE STATE FAIRJS TOLD You Just Choose the Day and Let Nature Do the Rest. By T. H. ChrischiUes. After waiting -13 years to attend on Iowa State Fair, I carefully selected a cold, dark, rainy Saturday, piled the entire family Into the car, and set forth in search of thrills. Saturday was "thrill day" at the, fair. It began raining just outside of Amee, and :by the time we reached the main gate rain was coming down in torrents. We parked a block from the grandstand, sand-' wiched between long lines of autos already filling the grounds despite he rain. Unfortunately, we had picked for neighbors two families who 'had brought copious boxes and baskets of lunch. Thus at noon the sight of fried chicken and potato chips proved too much for tho children, so we .and • saw former Algonians, ^Peterson, ham, and. C. X. Nicoulin, ' 'Doctor Cretzmeyer spoke In easy fashion and was heard by • the / Ro^ tarians with more Interest than had been accorded to any previous speaker in months. WELCOME RELIEF FROM HEAT IS BROU6IU BHiEAVY RAINS Rainfall of, 1.75 inches Saturday night and 1.10 inches Tuesday evem pg pushed up the to^l for, August o 4.84 inches up to yesterday mornr ng. Saturday night's rain was foj- owed by .sultry weather which wa«i ,ot broken till Tuesday night, -The mercury climbed to 90 degrees Monay and Tuesday. The record fob ows: ' High Low August 24 -89 65 iugust 25 '—"--——, 82 8? August 26.- —78 «l August 27'(.17 in. r. f.)—68 63 iugus.t 28 (1.7'5 in. r. f.),'87 6X VUg-ust 29 r —90 • 78 August 30 90 -1i \ugust 31 (1.10 in. r. f.)- Uew Bakery Planned. , Algpna is'to have a new bakery nd, candy shop }n the building f.or^ merly occupied by the Shackelfor^ arness shop. The building is being leaned and redecorated, and a PORTLAND HOOSIERS HOLD ANNUALJUTINC SUNDAY Hoosiers in. the negihborhood east of Burt had'an annual picnjc at Tom Trenary's In "Portland 'township Sunday. Upwards of 10ft people attended. A picnic dinner on 'the lawn at noon and a ptenic 'supper were served. In the afternoon there was kittenbji}!, and a feature was a game between the : young men and the young women.. Mr, Trenary is ten- ant.of A, Hutchison's 440-acre Oakdale farm, and in the afternoon Mr, and Mrs. Hutchison, acompanied by W. C. Dewel, who s was shanghaied for the occasion] attended the picnic and remained for lunch, Just before the 'preak-up Mr, Hutchison geve a short speech,. The • day was ideal for the event. ( ' V'"," ', BUTTRESSES TO KEEP WALL set out in search of a hamburger sta:nd, plowing through mud and water. . Bahi Wet; Crowd Happy. 'It has been an observation of ours that an Algona crowd is about as disgruntled in- rain as ''any. gathering on the face of 'the placid earth; but 50,000 people at Des Moines, on a cold, bleak, danjp Saturday, were having a whale of a time. • As we -plodded, through- the muck, lushing gooey stuff : all • over ourselves 'and • everybody 'else,< we -began. to notice the . good-natured .feeling among the' th'ousa'rids. The people were happy. Darned if they weren't! •Extreme- courtesy was shown- to us toy the management when we had difficulty in securing f lye adjoining seats ,in the grand stand. It was a complete "sell-out." But-we got the seats, though just as we were about to' go to them -the sky opened up again and rain came down in buck- eteful. It was the wettest rain we ever braved without • raincoat or an umbrella. - . Seat Bath In Grandstand. .Nevertheless, as the band struck up Rain, Rain Go Away, we splashed up to the seats— and sat down in half an Inch of water! Mentally i said, *!»!•!•!*!•&", which, translated Into polite English, meane, "Now ain't this a helluva mess!" With a track which looked like a first-class Swimming pool, with both platforms inundated, and with the paddock In front of the ' grandstand well soaked; the situation certainly lookedMike a washout. But the program talent was right on the- job notwithstanding. To Show New Ford <8' Here The Kent Motor Co. announces a "Ford open-air salon" next Saturday on the vacanti corne.r across the street east "of the garage. It will open at 8 a. m. and continue till 10 p. m. All of the 14 new body types will be exhibited. The exhibit will include the much-talked of new Ford V-8. Another feature will be the Ford trucks' and a Ford chassis cut away to show construction and. operation^ A third feature will lie talking pictures about the new cars and trucks. Mr. Kent will have attendants present to demonstrate the cars: and trucks, and he says that anyone who desires a ride will be accommodated. Experienced drivers will be permitted to do their own driving. A phone message .will bring a car to the door. Mine, the Register's- baby elephant, did some tricks, the band ' AT Two buttresses are being toujjt on ' " p^.nt tp ront Js being»built. The doorway,!^ o be at one side, leaving m.ore room or window , displays. A Bancrofl; oncern' will pper^te the b«i' he IMiildJng Is owned'by, the ral,th -'eetip.te. ' Open Season A petition ,for a tword^y easpn on- pheasants $fc fall ng clrculate4. The papery tarte4 yesterday, but h&<| few s up to nooja, Ofl)y* Sign, and ft totft} of the west side of the keep the brick waU 'of tWe from bulging out" of,, h «(hai dpprway on th? 'west, is being" fn» larged to enable workmen to get part of the new J.OOQ; '"" Into the buf" * feared that making; ' support, wou'M. among ^ 5la y ed Singing in the'Jtain, a 'quartet rendered numbers, and It .wasn't long before probably 10;000 to 16,000 people in that vast crowd were feeling tip-top. - •.••..*•••. Ho! Herbert and Franklin! The program, while carefully selected, wasn't a bit better than the acts .Secretary. Zerfaes gave up on the Fourth. But one real thrill was coming—the 'train wreck. On the left, .hidden t>y trees, was the train named ""Roosevelt"; on the right,'on an eleva.tloj), .sjeamed the locomotive called "Hoover;." Jpat why they -gave Herbert the edge in this fight we couldn't 'learn. ' Interspersing acts and specialties, the engines 'whistled nip and. down the track, whetting appetites- of thriUrseekers, We felt for all. the world like ancient Romans attending a "circus," By 3; 30 p, m. the program had dwindled to an uncertain end. All races and- track ehows had been called off. But now there was a waye of expectancy. People began edging.their-way towards the rajl- road tracks, constructed to carry the trains', and, necks in the grandstand we,re-stretched j o get a better view. , , Way lor Mad Crash! . Bveiry man!, woman, and chi!4 in that crowd o|..|o,000 felt a nervous tremor down the spinaj cord. Do you know-how. }on,g an hour is when you Wftit for; a train, wreck? A« •yoljpe' trie/i to back the thriU- seekeys *way f|om the danger zpne, CHARTER IS ASKED FOR POST HERE OF FOREIGN WAR VETS Application - for a charter for a post x here of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has been forwarded to national headquarters. If granted there will be 58 charter actives plus five honorary members consisting of Spanish-American war veterans. Charter applicants who hail from Algona are; •' : Herbert A. Adams, Maurice A. and. Fred'E."'Barthplomew, • H. W. Becker, Lor'in H'.'. iBergman; A^.-A. 'Begu.hn, Donald L. (Bryan;'-Harold M. Bockes, Frank M. Bondor, A. HJ Borchardt, Floyd Bilsborough, H, .D.- Clapsaddle, C. H. Clement,''Ray JK.'\ 'Cunningham. ••-';.,; - Harry "Sr'a'rid John Ir.' Dltswbrth',- Harry Sdwardsj. Lee W.. Green, R. H. Guderian, Fred C., Arthur E. and Gustaf C. Hagg,' Archie O. Haines, Harry C. Hargreaves, W. E. Hawcott, C. E. Haxton, T. T. Herbat, Andrew C. Holtzbauer, Karl H. and Harvey E. Johnson; Lawrence S. and Frank W. kop- p'en, - L. H. and T. L. Larson, RoV Lillibridge, R. E. Morgan, James Murray, Vallo V. Naudain, Henry D. Neuman, O. K. Romstad, Paul C.- •Runtzel,. Geo. W. Spikings, V. L. Stebblns, Henry S. Stebritz. Walter.S. Steven, Geo .J. Stewart, Ernst G. Thlel, R. E. Wehler, W. J. POLITICS, PIGS AND GIRLS AT KOSSUTH FAIR Field, Murphy and Acts Make Varied Program. The county fair program this year is the most varied and interesting in the 74' years of the fair's history. It ranges from politics to pigs, gymnastics to dancing girls. Thus everyone, young and' old, will enjoy every' day. Republicans will want to hear Henry Field Wednesday, yet they should not miss Louis Murphy, Field's democratic opponent, Thursday. .In the same way democrats will want to hear Murphy, but they should hear .Field also. Both men ar,e-attractions-of the highest class, for their.message in these days will RALLY CALLED FRIDAY NIGHT AT COURTROOM Ottosen Farmers Behind Movement to Start Action. A Farmers' Holiday meeting hoot been called for tomorrow night at ft o'clock In the courtroom by a grou» of members from the Ottosen neighr- borhood who were here yesterday The group was headed by Merit*, .Molt, Ottosen, member of the Oar- fleld township Farmer's Holiday ' especial interest to every •b'e . of voter ". bi S Platform will be The ' Brma and ."Lotta-Fun Harry," in gymnastics and apparatus work; the Three Larconlans. with; a merry mixture of gingerized gymnastics; -and the dainty and precise. Toyana Japanese troupe. Baredevil Day Friday. In afternoon 'shows, Joe Marion's Revue stare will give specialty acts of .'several kinds, and on the evening, programs the big Revue Shows, wi . th -;, d anclng girls, and singing novelties,. will* be. a feature. •> This Is a sllQ^v• .that; \vpuld ' costv $2 a- seat in any big-tlnje'. theater. - sociation. An effort will be made to organism- farmers around Algona. A stat* speaker is expected, Mr. Holt The association in GarfieW recently organized, with Herbert BaJgeman, brother of Supervisor f J. Balgeman, as chairman,, and: Mike Helderscheidt as secretary- Military -band will h . the >music, and the band has engaged' C^.B., Moore' Smith, Iowa's leading. cppntetls'iv'toV assist each ' Weis, Wilbur J. Zeigler, Geo. E. Palmer. Charter applicants hailing from out-of-town are: Dr. R. iL. Corbin, Lu Verne; Carl T. Heller, Westgate; Frank. Schattschneider, .Anthony Schmidt, Whlttemore;, Herman G.'Willrett, .Burl; Lee O. Wolfe, Titonka. Charter honorary members .will be; Wm. H. Gilbrlde. Geo. F. Mahoney, Geo. E. Spongtoerg, E. J. Van Ness, and Paul R. Wille, all of Al' ' PWCi FISHERMEN HERE %6 IT" ON BflPlflAN TRIP An even dozen members of the Will H. Dilg chapter here made a stag flehing trip Saturday night and spent Sunday at Rapidan, ten miles this side of Mankato. This was the second annual event. Prices were awarded: Gordon Ogg, 100 yards No. 130 line'for. the best string of fieh, also a Daredevil nlug for the, best pickerel; A. c W. Aniunsoni Daredevil for second best;. W. E. Ifawpott, similar plug frfr third. Tor- kej -Hill was fourth. Uoyd Wellendorf 'won ' a "piker mlniiow" "'for catching the best pJka,,jand,H,f». White WP,n a mldgetoreno for the best catfish. Others in the party were OJen McMurray, D. H, Good' ers, 'if. L. Lampright, Howard Hoenck, Clyde Smith, and Cecil Mc- Oinnla. Mr. Hill, now at Stoyy City, formerly operated the Hill butter tub .factory here, which he eold a year or so ago to Kennedy & Parsons, Sioux City. ,-Wafl larger, wa,H. The base o| ^ej.neV- «nginej which weighs. -89 week, but a l&r f which weighs almog$. as -touch, "was too high to go through the Doorway, Timbers '' tt»e t^e,*crow4'.'fn ^he grandstand grew more t lrnpatient. Minutes dragge^ tjJJL ft§ yfry n(r was charged with Wec p &n,cy/,^ , '/ The|},«^)jddepjy, the whistles' v of «Rap£ev,ejJ«,apd " broke th.e cloud|,, oj -syith a. mighty mo'ved towards wide open. Great beached forth. .It . § great .moment. The engines met with ft mighty impact. and t was a terrific roar as th,e to" the Hoov.gr exploded and, the of DICKINSON BUSY MANA6IN6 6.0. F. PATTIES IN WEST . Senator Dickinson 1 spent most of last week at Chicago, returning for the week-end. He made two speeches In Chicago, one before the Chi- cagp. bar association, the other (before the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Between times he Ippked after direction of the mldweatern G. O. P. headquarters at Chicago. Mont- day afternoon he . .w,ej|t. jo, DCS Mpine? for republican Qay Tuesday at the $ta.te fair- a>34 spoke there that day, leaving thence for Chi- -'.s-i, •' --»;.•• •"" • r ?'-'~'"iL "•* * — •••••j3» i 4M.I*, famltrij who' hails: from Des'Moines" biit Is a former, Algona. boy,. : w ni ai so do some;solo work each-afternoon. Friday will be.paredev.il diay, with the World's Congress of Daredevils coming direct' to Algona from the state fair. The feature in this great exhibition comes when the Great Early drives a motorcycle right through a board wall. The cycle travels at 70 mph. and Early guides it headfirst into a wall, splintering boards right and left. Bargains In Amusements. There are also motorcycle races, auto polo, the Ashcari derby, and an auto head-on collision; these in addition to the platform attractions repeated each afternoon and even- Ing. Baseball fane,will see Fenton and Titonka .In action . Tuesday; Swea City and Bancroft, Wednesday;. and the Mason City Bats vs. the'Corwith Nighthawks Thursday. Any of these games will be worth the price of admission to the entire fair. The fair thie year is simply the biggest, bargain, in -amusement and entertainment ever offered in this cpunty. . There ,wljl be ;'var}ejy< exhibitions ; of trained skill In .which the slip of an Instant may •*. mean death, the beauty of a dancing-singing chorus, the thrill of bat against ball as clean singles craOk out, the sudden flash of'humor which makes the grandstand rock with laughter, and all the exhilarating feeling that comes with a crowd, for the fair this year will be crowded. Threo Days of Baclng. All three days of racing will be Derby'days, with running races. There will be three running races Tuesday, four Wednesday', and three Thursday. This will provide the thrill that draws hundreds of thousands to race tracks to see the finest horses and best Jockeye straining eVery-'tnuscle to • cross -the - finish- line ahead, of the rest. There will be only one' chance, only one heat; in these running races, and it will be a test of nerve, skill, and sporting blood to win. The management considers > any of these attractions alone wortl) fhe admission price. It.is the prospect of a large crowd which enables the fair to gather such a great exhlbj- treasurer. The organization expect* to send a large group to the meetbw here. Mr.fHolt said that similar cr- gamzatione in the Bancroft-Bust neighborhood would also send detonations. ' West Bend Pickets llucalledl The'Garfield association joined With a similar organization In Emmet county to picket West Bend* and the picketing was started Tuee- day morning. It was called off yesterday, howevei, eo far as Kossuth Is concerned. A big meeting at West Bend Tuest- <3ay night resulted in an agreement for an armistice, during whioh thV association is endeavoring to slgi». up farmers and business men in th* vicinity. , A farmer who signs up agrees to- hold his produce off the market till such time as prices reach a declared by association leaders a* adequate. , The heading of th» agreement sheet bears the wordar "Stay at home! Buy nothing! ' Sett nothing!" • ~> X<ocai -Weeds Permitted. According to the group which wa» here .yesterday, picketing does not shut off local needs., , The only object is to 'stop 'produce from beiittr shipped to city markets. If pickettnr is done here, Mr. Holt said, Algo»- ians'will be/ allowed enough butter. milk, cream,' and eggs for city i but shipments to market cem such as Des Moines, Chicago Sioux City will be halted. At present there are pickets at many towns in Humboklt county., Including Humboldt, Bode, and Thw.. All farmers and merchants at Otte— sen have signed the pledge, henc* there is no picketing * there'. A. merchant who signs agrees not buy more produce than '-he can in his home town and agrees, not ehlp to central markets. - Mr. Holt said that the GarfUlic. organization charges no fee, though. a collection has been taken 'up. Ilk some counties a fee or donation ot. a; dollar Id asked, , "No Violence" j Ho vey. , ,' ' Sheriff Hpyey '.yesterday said that he had hade fr °m Sheriff Sh*»., Emmetsburg, 'concerning the Bend Situation'. -./Sheriff Shay' ,quested ' ^herif f . Hovey' s . - h«lp . Kossuth If the situation got out «T " ' hand in Palo Alto. had been received afternoon. No call for h«l». up to yesterday tion of ment. real high-class entertain- •or • Sheriff Hovey sadd yesterday 'afternoon that he would not interfei^ with local picketing,' providing ' Ifc. was done by local farmers, and pf»Vided that the picketing took th*. form of argument only, without vi»- lence or the sembla'n'ceVof force, 8* added, however, that he would allow non»fafrners from this'or L other county to picket forcibly « could help it. He has' had" no I*quests for aid,, , ( „ • „ Farmers Jfot Unaulwoufc Kossuth farmers generally are IK sympathy with the 'motive";', •*• prompted' 1 the picketing, vtouV* believe that picketing 4« toav« effect and will hurt only.the. ers themselves and small towij^pS^ • " pie as ba4 off as jhey are,«j - - ' ^T The real benefit from '"-'' ' "" * is claimed, wiiyjs A propp^ejS swin^ meet scheduled for, Saturday anij Sunday at the: al, P.OJH has bepn caJUled gff. oj feqk'.of Jjjte^gt,, GOLF PROFESSIONAL SHOOTS 34 TO EQUAL RECORD HERE •Frank 'Brokl, Minneapolis- golf professional, playefl the local jinks In 84 Monday ,ta tie ihe> course, pjbp ? prd,. $nd was his first trip the course. He made two birdies; the rest of the holes in par.'" His Wife, wljo accompanied him, ma4e .an "eicceHent score also. Mr. Jan4 M4-?..ghe6tep FalkephaJnep readme' up a foursome with the Srpkis. -Mr- Brokl said he migh^t make weekly visits tq Algqna ?»ex.t year to teach golf. , - ' ' ! f» Burned. r The firemen 'were caj(ed n}gbt to the in the noptb. tramp., It le f Wfjack. of toS»XU ' , some IqcaJJtiefc. gains ' secured 1 jn the price of milk,. no at Sioux City, where It was from H to fl.80 through Yesterday the Algona was paying J1.78, and ^.,»» _i.— .._t. _ ,,f <• OVOTI uwe recenjjy,,' TJu? Is an efficiently manage^ Jive, and tjs retur^ to Fort Bodgers Injured. . Some farmers are afraid, of fuch cidents as. twa'w,hf • Fort ppdgr-^pi people were fnjvr Gunther sjaffered and ojyisf ^iyrJfK' w^lft driven by per —* •""—-log in the jS>%a

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