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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 28, 1942
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MRS. THEO. FABER, GARF1ELD, PASSED AWAY SATURDAY Had Been Resident of Kossuth County Since 1907; Survived by Five Children 'Funeral rites were observed this morning (Tuesday) at the St. Pet er and St. Paul church In West Bend for the late Mrs. Theodore Faber, 58, who died Saturday afternoon at her horhe near West Bend The Rev. P. M. Dobberstein officiated. Burial -was made at Weal Bend. Mrs. Faber was born Margaret Eischen on December' 6, 1883, at Alton, Iowa. She was united in marriage to Theodore Faber on January 22, 1907, at St. Joe. The couple set up their hew home on a farm near West Bend and spent their entire married life there. Mr. Faber preceded his wife in death in 1937. To them were born six children, Melvin of Algiona, and Richard, deceased, and George, Carolyn 1 , and Adeline of West Bend and Mildred. R. N., of Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Faber was ill for about eight months during which time she was cared for by her daughter, Mildred, a nurse at St. Mary's hospital. She is also survived by four brothers Nick Eischen, Alex Eischen am Jake Eischen of Algona, and Mat Eischen >or Waseca, Minn. She also leaves two grandchildren. Mrs. Faber wns a life-long mem her of the Roman Catholic faith Her kindness and happy disposition will be greatly missed by her family and many friends. YOUR COUNTY AttNT O* Eugene Broderspn, Union Township, in Naval Hospital \ The day following the stab in the Jback given us by Japan, last December 7th, Eugene Broderson, 17- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm (Broders(?n, Unipn township, enlisted in the U. S. Navy. During the past Several months he has been serving on a convoy in the Atlantic, has touched Ireland, Iceland and At- Jaritic isles during that time. Recently upon arriving at New York he, was, given a day's leave and while looking over the town decided t,o dp a bit of roller skating. While enjoying the skates he met With, a spill .and broke an ankle and today he is in a navy hospital in New York while the fracture heals. Eugene .will be 18 years old July 22nd, and is one of the youngest of our battlers for the right of living. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McArthur, 118 S. Heckart street, city. Pentecost Family of Corwith to Algona Corwith: The Pentecost family i moving to Algona. Mr. Pentecos has purchased the Clarence Steph en's trailer house and has movec it to the lot east of the John Carl son residence. He and son, Jim my, will live in it until the close of the school year. Mr. Pentecos is employed by the M. & St. L, as engine watchman on the Hampton-St. Benedict branch of which Corwith is the terminal. The Harley Green family has rented the house occupied by the Pentecosts and will move in early in May. •The Claude Bogards have purchased the house now tenanted by the Greens and will move in soon. POULTRY NOTES The flock owners own reports show very definitely that the wel managed birds show by far the most profit. A very little more feed may double the production. Wheat may replace the bran and middlings in poultry mash formu- "as, also the oats, but it should not •eplace both the oats and bran in the same mixture. Wheat may re- )Iace one-half the corn In the ra- ;ion. Corn provides vitamin A, ivheat does not. Too much wheat s laxative. Start mite control now. Eggs aid last fall will hatch with warm weather coming on. Use part of iresolic acid or cresolis and four iarts of used oil around the hid- ling places, nests, roosts, etc. This pplication should be made in cool weather, so evaporation of the umes will not be too great and ause burning. Do not spray the vhole house as the cresolis will aint the eggs and poultry meat. You can turn off the electric lights in the hen house now, even though they have been left on all night. The sUn Is now furnishing 13 to 14 hours of daylight. WEED CUTTING DATES According to P. A.^ McArthur, weed commissioner for townships near Algona, the following dates have been found, quite effective for cutting weeds, particularly Cah- ada Thistle. The dates Mr. McArthur suggests are:-May 20-21-22; June 17-18; July 14-15; August 1011; September 6-7-8 and October 4- B-31. While thes"e dates may not bo 100 per cent effective, McArthur's observations have been that the-y are more effective than others. It is true that the conditions existing at the time of cutting, such as thi! state of maturity of-the weeds and the weather conditions have much to do with the successfulness of the kill or control. It is recommended, however, that- if the thistle patch is out in' the field where it can be worked, it Is best to keep the patch black by cultivation for the season, G.BUNKOFSKE, OLDEST (MEN, PASSES ,?^ t: 5*ustav Bunkdfske, Burl's oldest citizen, died, at'his home here Sunday,. April 2$, following an Illness of several weeks. Fun' eral services were held at the Lutheran church here .Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. L. Richmann coiv ducting the service. Burial was In the Burt cemetery. Gustav Buhkofske was born Dec. 30, 1853 in East Prussia, Germany, When he was about 18 years old he came to this country, settling at Geneseo, 111., where he worked in ihe coal mines. Here he married Caroline Genrlch on Jan. 18, 1883. To this union 11 children were born, nine of whom survive. In 1891 the (family moved to :owa, settling on a farm near Lu- Verne, where they lived several years. They lived on a farm east >f Whittemore for nine years and n 1907 moved to a farm east of Jurt. In 1919 the family moved nto Burt, where Mr. Bunkbfske NORTHWEST WSCS CONFERENCE HELD HERE WEDNESDAY The second annual meeting ol the conference of Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held here tomorrow, Wednesday, in the Methodist church. A full day's program will begin at 9:45 a. m. Speakers from different portions of the district will discuss problems of the day. Musical numbers w'll also be a part of the program. A business session of the dels- gates will 'be held and s>cme proposed changes in rulings will be voted upon. Consultation with conference and district officers and presidents of boards will also be taken care of during the afternoon. A pre-convention session was held Tuesday at the church for all district and conference officers, an executive session well attended. • , . ' This is the second annual meet- ng of the conference since the W. S. C. S. was organized three years ago as the" Northwest Iowa Con- erence. Prairie Twp. Women To Hold Canning Meeting Wed., May 13 Corwith; Mr. Brown, farm bureau agent, and Miss Alma Schultz, home demonstration agent, called on Mrs. Albert Johnson Friday morning and plans were made for a canning demonstration to be given Wednesday, May. 13, at the home of Mrs. Johnson. Miss Schultz will, demonstrate proper canning methods ot' vegetables and fruits with a pressure cooker and will also give the proper way to prepare strawberries for the locker. The meeting will begin at 1:3C p. m., and is open to all women ol Prairie township. All the womon should keep this date in mind as no follow-up lessons will be presented. las made his home since. His ife died eleven years ago. ' Mr. Bunkofske is survived by his ine children: Albert, Burt;'Herman, Cambria; Fred, Easbon, Minh.; Robert, OLakota; Mrs. George Dettman, Algona; Will, Swea City; Edwin, Detroit, Michigan; Walter, of Chicago; and Henry, Algona. Two daughters preceded him In death. He is also survived by 28 grandchildren and two great grandchildren and by a sister, Mrs. Ida Gill, Los Angeles, Calif. W.C.Dewel, Editor Advance, Marries Stealing a march on his 'many friends'in Algona and Kossuth,'W. C. Dewel, editor of the Kossuth County Advance, and Miss Eva Peterson', also, of Algona, were married April 16th in the Methodist church in Bethany, Missouri, by Rev. J. W. Ward. They returned to their home here on Monday evening April 20. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Ole Peterson of this city. The Upper Des Moines extends sincerest congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Dewel. Giv^n Fir*t Ssrvke ffi Dick Meyer*' Case ' The Inhalator which was" given [to the Algona Fife Department about a year ago by the local'Am* efieah Legion Auxiliary was called to service for the first time since becoming a part of the company's equipment. Firemen Hafold ste- phensdn and Ira K6hl took the in- halatdr to FentOn for application upon the smothering case of Dick Meyers Friday afternoon. It should be noted that^all the members 6f the local company, according to Fire Chief Ralph ffilbert, have b"on given Instruction and training Jh the operation of the Inhalator, National Employment Week Begins May 3 Manager John Gish of the local state employment office calls attention to the national employment week which begins May 3rd. Ha urges all unemployed to register and pers&hs who are employed but Who have' skills hihwc >b,GIO....U who have skJMs 'which Jnay .be needed In defense work are asked to register. Workers in the 40- year- and older brackets should register because they have qualifications that are vitally needed today as the young men are needed In the armed forces and their places must be taken by the older men. Mr. Gish. suggests that It would be of benefit to employer and unemployed, as well as employed, to have a record in the Local office whclh would be of use later during the duration. -. I I-OCALS "••*• *-'• *—• --t^-m-.'-. J*~***. old wl iloft Defvlcfeft Oh at ten 6'oldbft at the ehueeh. Air* G, ft Chnbfc day to Algona after spending sev« CTttl months in Washlngtdn, D. <j. with her daugfhtef wa husfand; Mr and Mrs. lAughlln Quinn. Mr. and aft* will fwmt this morning (Tuesday) for Boone w^ire , they Were called toy the death of Mr. Turner's .brother, Jim who died early this morning. He was 86 years of age/** V®OK«X^^ Doan News ' Deputy Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Fred Kent, Jr., Enlist Ralph Lindhorst, slightly over a year deputy sheriff here, and Fred Kent, Jr., were at Fort Dodge last Thursday and took (esiamJnatlon for army service after having pn<- listed a week ago. They wefe told to await orders to report. The next day, Friday, they, received bf- ders to report at Omaha the next day, Saturday at 9 o'clock. Regardless of the short notice the boys reported, Fred Kent, Sr., taking his son to Omaha by automobile, and Ralph being delayed In clos- ,ing_up business details, took the night bus for the Nebraska city and they are in the army now with the 301st Ordnance regiment. The regiment, we understand, is to be trans- fered to a South Carolina carnp in the near future. Mrs, £afle< After home M» Phone 28i Classified Ads LONE ROCK NEWS Fraser for Supervisor John Fraser this week anonuncss that he will be a candidate for re- nomination for supervisor from the First district. Mr. Fraser is serving his second term and his record has been approved by taxpayers as being one of conservative economy. At present he is serving as chairman of the board. He lives southwest of Algona and ejoys a wide acquaintance over the county, as well as in his district. The Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Whitehouse attended the annual spring Presbytery and Presbyterial at Lake Park Wednesday and Thursday. The Howard Blanchards, De.s Moines spent Saturday and Sunday with the M. E, Blanchards. Lu cille and Bernard Genrich, students at Ames, accompanied them and visited at the parental Fred Genrich home. Jesse Blanchard, student at Ames spent the week end at the parental J. M. Blanchards. Gordon Blanchard and daughter, Barbara of Dlin, also spent the week end there. Mrs. John Flynn, of Detroit, Mich., came Saturday morning for a visit :here. RATES—Minimum charge 25c fo 13 words or less. Cash rate, 2c pe word, paid in advance. For Sale Four Corner News Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and son, James of Fenton were callers at the Will 'Lane home Thursday evening. The program will consist 'of a song, "Reuben and Rachel"; roll call, Bad Traits of My Husband; >aper, "Foreign Marriage Customs'' >y Elsie Lindeban and a talk by rtiss Beth Annis. FOR SALE—Mpews & Lowe, either yellow or white seed corn and also some silo corn.—Andrew M Hansen, dealer, 439 N. Williams 16-tf iFOR SALE—Master Ice Coca Cola pop cooler, and cook stove.— Edwin Lee, Corwith. 17* ON HAND—Thousands of Baby and Started Chicks every day.— Thompson Hatchery, Elmore, Minn. " 10-13*-24 FOR SALE—Cobs. Algona. Phone 7F12 • 17* CHRISTENSEN'S "ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER" USED MACHINERY One regular Farmall and cultivator. (One F-14 and cultivator. One F-12 and cultivator. One C Case. One Avery Row-Crop and cultivator on new rubber. 28" Twin City thresher. One A-C combine. One 3-14" A-C plow. One 2-14" A-C plow. One 2-16" Grand Detour plow. (One 18" I. H. C. plow. One row J. D. cultivator. One 999 J. D. corn planter. One Rock Island corn planter. One J. D. 10* power binder . W. O. Taylor Case Dealer, Algona 17* Guaranteed strong and healthy.— Hamilton Hatcheries, Bancroft and Titonka,-la. 17-tf For Rent OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT— Heated room over Kleinpeter Food Store. See June Corey at Upper Des Moines office. 44-tf Lost-Found . ILOST—Trailer.endgate. .Between our home and Algona.—J. P. Simon, 5% miles S. W. Algona. Phone 9F3. 17" Wanted Mr. 'ahd Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Sheila Ann were Sunday visitors at the Roy Diebler home. The Clarence Christensens, Ross Buffingtons and Mrs. Anr.a Christensen spent Sunday with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Verne Teeter, and family near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz and Janet were Sunday dinner guests at the Dean Andrews home and in the afternoon 'drove "to Graottinger. /Robert Hutchison and friend, Fae Boysen of Waterloo, came Sunday to the Fred and Bryan Asa. home for a visit. Robert recently was graduated from a signal corps course at the Great Lakes school, and is having a two weeks' vacation before returning to Chicago where he will attend military, school. He is also visiting relatives here and at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Rae Hutchison of Waterloo and Mrs. Ida Nolting of Fairmont, Minn., came Friday to the Fred and Bryan Asa homes. They were returning from the Great Lake naval training school, where the former visited their son, Robert, who recently graduated from there. Mr. Hutchison is having a two weeks' vacation and they are visiting relatives here and at Algona/ Titonka, Corwith, Wesley and West Bend. They spent Suit- day at the R. J. Hutchison home in Algona and their daughter, Mrs. Fred Asa, and family was also a guest. Percy Brink of Doan spent Tuesday afternoon at the Ray Smiths. \ The Mothers and Daughters Four Corners club will meet with-Mrs. John Rich April 30. Clara Drayton will be the assisting hostess. tufned to hef Koffig he* 1 ** & ago. whlle->l*IHHf -'he* Bdtt, wili- lam iJvans, Jr., at Albert ' L*a, Minn., last fall she'Was taken seriously 111 with heaft trouble. She remained in a hospital for two months then at her son's hbftie where she remained Until-her re-' turn here. Her riiany friends ai'j glad to see her^ home and" 'able to do light, house Work. Mr. and' Mrs. John Dolan are parents of a son born Wednesday, April '16. Aff. and Mrs. Clifford McGregor 1 are parents of a daughter born Tuesday, April 21. She has teen named Lois Annette .and is their first child. Mother and baby are at the Kossuth hospital, ^Algona. Mr. and MVa. Walter Peterson, Jr., have moved to Omaha 1 inhere he Is employed in defense worn. Vernon Be'rgespn, soii of Albin Jergeson, together with Harold Opsai and Clifton. Debates of near Armstrong, left Algona for Dos rtoih-es Wednesday to be inducted nto army service. iFreda Bergeson, who teaches at Jewell, was home a week ago Sun- ay to attend a family gathering before her brother, Vernoft; left for the army., Elmer Smith' reports the sale of the Metropolitan • llife Insurance company quarter section in Eagle where Ralph KrogS is tenant to Chris Fedderson. Mr. Feddersdh farms in Emmet county. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen of Algona, Iowa Algona spent Sunday at the Tom Young home. • A1TORNEYS ATJUAW R. J. Harrington ' ' J, D, L«W« HARtHNGfON * 10WK Rooms 212-14 tint rtat'rBk,,Bid*. AL80NA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON tt W, MHJJDB AWORNBtd At'LAW \ Office in 'Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALOOtf A, IOWA s? HUTCHISON * AT LAW A. Hutchison (1882-1838) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Algona, Iowa : J. Vari Ness Alien A. Brunaoa VAN", NESS ft BtttNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, la. Qaylord DDShumway Edw, D. Kelly SHUMWAY St KEtliTf '' ATTORNEYS AT LAW Off|ce In Hutchison Bldg. Phone M •-- —- JOWA !."• SOMETHING To Crow s About . .- HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phbrie 206 ' LINNAN ft LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW • Phone an WANTED—To trade horse for brood sows. Phone 10F2. —HoW- ard Wltham, Algona. 17* WANTED-^Girl fpr farm housework. Steady job.—Mrs. George Wildin, phone 25F14. 17* MARKEiTS Miscellaneous 97% INABILITY! Actually 0.7 out of «v»ry 10 ohiolu alive/and hailthr at 8 w»fcil Th»t'« the lib •lory of mor» thin 100,000 day-old Swiif a Baby Chiolu. Place and"oidar today vriih yourn««r»it Swift H«toh«iy. Swiff s Baby Chicks [FOR SALE—Just arrived four new Nichols-Sheppard Red River Special Thresher machines. Get your order in for new Oliver Corn Pickers. Our carload will all be gone by May 15.—Oscar H. Larson, Blue Earth, Minn. 17-18-19* Clearance of Suits and Coats In order to make room fbr incoming early summer merchandise, we are required to dispose of our entire stock of suits and coats in the quickest possible time. Drastic price reductions are now in effect— and you are privileged to buy good wool suits and coats at prices which you are not likely to see for a good long while. An early inspection will assure you of a marvelous value. iFOR SALE)—We have a few extra bu. of Mullins seed corn, both flat and rounds, also 939 and Hybrid Ensilage corn.—W. C. Taylor, at Algona Flour arid Feed Store. 17-18* IFOR SALE—Few birhcls of Indiana Super No. 425 smaller grades. Also some early Iowa 931 new Lancaster cross. M iiie me an o.T:r.-- A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 17* 'FOR SALC—:».?S Chevrolet de- FARMERS—Swift's Baby Chicks can- be money makers. Place your order early to Insure getting them when you want them.—Swift & Co. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 9-tf SWIFTS POULTRY and Swine concentrates contain all of the pn. teins, minerals and vitamins 'nee essary for correctly balanced die with your home grown grains. Pou try concentrates, 37% protein, $4.3 Swine concentrates, 41% protelr $3.80. Egg Mash,, $3.00.—Swift Co., Algona, Iowa. 7- PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—al •he new releases. Needles—album -Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona luxe 2-door sedan. —Casey Loss. Priced to sell. 17-tf The Algona Upper Des Moliiea Authorized Smith-Corona and Underwood Dealer Allen Adding Machines 3-t FOR SALE—Mukden soybeans, clean and good germination.—D. E. Mann, Burt. 17* FOR SALE—Mukden soy beans and 939 Hybrid seed corn.—Carl Hutchins, Algona. 17-18* FOR SALE — Hampshire boar, ready for service. Also a few work horses.—Joseph A. Skow Wesley. . ' 17* IPOR SALE—1 Hampshirte gilt and seven three weeks old pigs. 1 Chester White gilt. Inquire .Algona Maytag Store. 17 FOR SALE—Early Ohio potatoes, far seed or eating, $1.00 per bu.— Chris Long, Algona. . 17* IF YOU NEED a rubber stam for any purpose, you can order thei.. at The Algona Upper Des Molnea 50c and up. 13*.t SEE ME FOR Real Bargains Ir /arms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl haas, phone 22. Algona. 16-1 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 42-tf FOR SALE—The former Lampright residence property on North Jones street. Must sell at once to settle estate. Will be sold cheap, easy terms. If interested see C. B. Murtagh, Administrator, Security State Bank. 17 IFOR SALE—1938 Ford two door. Gas heater, PhJlco radio, four good tires, seat covers, finish and upholstery like new.—tB. H. Sudmeier, Bancroft. 17-18* 'FOR SALE—Special Sale 10 Day Old Rocks, Reds, Wyandottes, Austra-Whites, Giants, Leg-Rocks, Min- orcas, White, Buff and Brown Leghorns. .Get you house ready now and get them at bargain prices. OFFICE SUPPLIES File Folders Adding machine rolls Typewriter r:bbon> Carbon Paper Mimeograph paper Scotch tape Statements Clasp envelopes 'Index cards Sales books Legal forms Typewriter paper Second sheets Copy sheets Ink pads, stamps Stamp pad ink Printing 9 North Dodge. Opines, ?«-tf CARD OF THANKS We wjsft to express our thanks and appreciation tot Ufa many kindnesses shown us at the tinje of the death of our beloved daugh*. ter, Sharon. -* ^Mr. and daughters. HOGS Heavy butchers, 180-200 $is.70 Heavy butchers, 200-300 13.80 Packing sows, 270-330 13.40 Packing sows, 330-360 13.30 Packing sows, 360-400 13.20 CATTLE Canners and cutters $4.50-5.60 Fat yearlings 10.00-11.00 Stock steers ; 8.00-10.00 Veal calves 7.00-13.00 Fat cows ....7. ; 6.00-7.00 Fat steers .-. 10.00-11.00 Bulls u 8.00-8.76 SHEEP Choice , $11.00-11.25 Medium 10.00-11.25 Common ,. aoo Culls 3,00 down Fat ewes 3.00-5.00 GRAIN No. 2 white corn, new $.82 No. 2 yellow corn, new 68% No. 2 mixed corn, new 67% No. 1 yellow corn, old 70 27 Ib. test white oats i .44 No. 2 yellow soybeans 1.62 No. 3 barley 47 EGGS Premiums sic Extras 29c Mediums t 25c Dirty and' checked eggs j22c Cash cream—t Sweet 40c No. 1 : ago No. 2 ......22c POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs 18V-C Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs ISc Hens, under 4 Ibs I4c Cocks, over. 4V4 Ho Cocks, under 4Vj 9c iNo. 3 poultry, 3c less. These are) .Monday quotations. Prices are subect to change by time of publication. During the past week, we have had occasion to feel highly elated over v a number,of sales in our ready-to-wear department. Cur- ious-lyj it concerns five of our largest' 'big city'' competitors-Des Moines, Minneapolis, Oma- Jia, Mason City and Fort Dodge. With the scarcity of merchandise and the fact that larger stores show a customer only the minimum of garments (usually from four to six) a number of customers have shown their preference for THE CHRIS- CHILLES STORE. We list a few of the outstanding examples: 1. An erstwhile. buyer of a large Minneapolis department store, now living in Owatonna, Minn., and just recently returned from a trip to Minneapolis, bought a Famous dress here last week and said our selection (in her particular size'' o*f "better" dresses) was bigger than anything s'he saw. in Minneapolis. 2. A teacher from a neighboring town who lives in Minneapolis bought two Doris Dodson dresses here and said she saw nothing as nice for the money when she was in the Twin Cities during the Easter vacation. • / • 3. Two different Algona girls, working in Fort Dodge, buy ALL THEIR READY-TO-WEAR AT* THIS STORE. 4. One Algona girl, working in Des Moines, buys ALL HER READY-TO-WEAR at this store. 5. One nurse, living at Omaha, bought a fur coat and other ready-to-wear items at this store recently because our styles were outstanding and our prices so reasonable. 6. A stenographer from Mason City buys her coats and dresses here because our prices are always UNDER those at home. NOTE; To avoid embarrassment, names Jiave been omitted from this advertisement but all examples are authentic, * You get better attention, larger selections and lower prices RIGHT HERE AT THE CHRIS- CHILLES STORE than at any "city-store" in the North West. Chrischilles Office over Kossuth Mut. &is, Bide. ALQpflA, IOWA'"'.. ••.. L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney •) Office'ln Hutchison Buildjng PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS i J. N. ItENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 82B .ALGONA. IOWA O. H. CRETZlAIEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310. SURGEON,& PHYSICIAN • Office in John Galbralth JBtldg. PHYSICIAN &. SURGEON ;••-, MELVIN G. BOURNE v .-'•' Phone—Office 197 Res. 194 Across from P. S. Norton & Son /OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice ' - . Special/attention.given to non-surgical treatment of rectal disease^ varicose veins an* rupture. DR. HAROLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special .'attention given < to- diseasM 1 - - of ! heart-:and,ohcst, =, ' '•" Sawyer'Bldg., 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON • DENTIST Located In New Calf Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166, Rpsid«nce.788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algwna, Iowa A. J. EASON. Dentist _ Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 8M KARL B. HOFFMAN .DENTIST ' ^ Office in New Heise Bldg. Ph01 "' « Res. PAINTING — DECORATING ( For v Good Work and Low Cote THE RELIABLE DECORATOBS Kermit Forbes—phone 668 Merle Webster—phone 7B« Milo Rentz—'phone 92-W. Typewriter Paper 6pO Sheets 59c This Js;a. good grader bopfl paper and will make .an excellent -school paper, The ^IgoDa Upper Des Moines VICTORY DRESS RACK *», Chrischillet In line with our new noliev^of Store DRESS RAC& general are instigating a ,will be a small, carefully se- t?Am«' awi h »^ J «es) formerly priced at 113,85, NOTE: THSSB ARE PpSITIVELy NOT A WORN, WBFT-PVER8, b^ RJAJ, PARC}41H§ -> ™. iH n ? yer b * QVer 25 dresses on this raek, but therf win a 1 ™ 0 ^ be exceptional values. See our ™ CK THJ9 WE1K___..,_,_.___» Tfrere 10-OQ IF' A. p. D, M, OflU* "Read 'Ern and Reap" OUR ADS Dray and Transfer

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