Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1933
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••••.I.' PAGE six KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA H, A, STEWARD, BURT FARMER, DIES MAR, 8 Burt, Mar. 14—Henry A. Steward, 67, died at his home north of Hurt last week Wednesday of heart trouble and pneumonia. He had been In poor 'health for months. Mr. Steward was born at Fairmont, 111., May 21, 18GG. January 22, 1891, ihe was married to Mary Ellen Hess at Sidoll, 111. Twelve children were born. In 1895 they . .. . _. . moved to Iowa and havo spent the nack ' , a . 11 ° E S, 1 ' Joe - ,'^unoh was . ... ^ enrVPM liV t Mn li j-»tir»frtA ( « -ninH-i n*. Surprise at St. Joe for Helen Stattleman St. Joe. Mar. 14—There was a surprise birthday party Sunday evening at Jos. Stattleman's In honor of the daughter Helen, who was 18. The evening was spent at 500, Carolyn Faber winning first, Helen herself winning low. The honoree received many gifts. Attending: Harold Thilges, Florence, Ernie, Mildred, and Loretta Schaller, Melvin and Carolyn Faber, all of West Bend; Eugene Phillips, of Claremont, Minn,; Gertrude, Adeline, and Herman Illg, Susie Zie- niet, Jas. Vollmar, and Henry Mar- last 27 years in tills part of the state. Mr. •Steward is survived by his wife and all the children: Mrs. Elsie D. Pannkuk, Grundy Center; Orville A., Iowa Falls; Walter H., Burt; Tvorctt E. Mitchell; One! D., Glenview, 111.; Lloyd L., Iowa Falls; Harold F., at home; Mrs. Adella I). Schumacher, Myrtle, served by the honoree's mother. F. H. Woman's Club Meets— The Farm Bureau Woman's club met at Mrs. Jack Devine's last week Wednesday, 16 members, also Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., and two guests, iBertha Hintz, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Nick Leners, attending. This was an all-day their daughter, Mrs. Alphonse Berte. Mrs. J. B. McNeil! returned last Wednesday from three weeks with her parents, whom she helped move from Clarion to Huntly, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirsoh and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe spent the week-end at Faribault, Minn., visiting the Valentine Engerts. Edw. Hoover, Bode, is helping with the farm work at John Zel- lar'a, while his son Alfred is helping out at John Orlger's. Mr. and Mrs. John Thill and Clara and Eugene spent Friday afternoon at Fort Dodge, visiting John Kayser. Mrs. William Buttermore, West Bend, and her daughter Augusta were Sunday visitors at John Ori- Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Ziemet, of tVest Bend, spent Sunday at the Minn.; Mrs. Ella Opal Hennings ™" s *' m W Algona; Ralph T., Algona; Mrs. I!?,? tluck i" 1 " 1 " Arlene L. Macaulov, Bancroft; and I.? he . m ' x '" e0t Dorothv M.. nl linmo t01 A l> rl1 12 a Dorothy at home. Funeral services wore held at tiie Methodist church hero Friday meeting is being planned 12 at Mrs. Peter Halsrud's, where plans will be laid for Achievement day. '"«t Bnpll-ed- the Burt pall bearers, were in oh: ownotfi-y. Six sons were ! Services at the were in charge of tiie'I 0 0' F i Glail - vs Gertrude last week Sun- lodge, of which he was a member i y : ', t , 1St " Jose P h 's church. Herat Northwood. Ho was also a mem- man s Gertrude Ziemet ber of the Rebokah lodge. Out of town relatives at the fun' tt d °«?, »" ch » rt !T, «-Pt!" He^^man^T^r. Mrs. Woman's Alden. ProKTsmi fi/von- The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. F. 10. Rubey's, Mrs. pro- J. Smith assisting. The Ki-nm, which was on American Painters and Sculptors, follows: roll call, noted paintings; Colon- ay of the Anderson; Sculptors, and the Silhouette, Mildred Modern Painters and meeting and was a style show. A i parental Henry Ziemet Sr. home. was served at noon, j Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte, Algona, were in this vicinity early in the week, visiting relatives. Mrs. Roy Fitch spent last week Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Skilling. Irvington. •Mr. and Mrs. Tony Becker spent last -week Tuesday at Alex Eischen's, near St. Benedict. Laura Hilbert was sick last week Monday afternoon and unable to teach the No. G school. Jesse Franklin, Livermore, was doing carpenter work at the Peter Kayser farm last week. Lyle Steele, Chicago, was here Monday, visiting old friends. He infant 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ziemet was baptised were sponsors. Hoy Ureiilis and fell Saturday and broke the little finger on his I left Tuesday morning, right hand. Doctor Beardsley, of' "- ' -Livermore, was attending ph'ysi- Kuft'alo Fish Peddled Here- Bill Kesserling and a friend, the latter of Fairmont, were in this neighborhood last week, Mrs. G. J. F. vogel. An exhibit of A an Brigglo art. poetry was on display. 1% 1'. T. A. f'nwrW Audience— A largo crowd attended a P T A. program presented last Thursday evening by pupils: music, high school orchestra; music primary grades; talks by members of the public speaking class; piano duet, Elston; Pearl Woltz and Elinor music, girls' sextette. Grays Wedded 25 Years- More than 40 neighbors and other friends surprised Mr. and Mrs George Gray Friday to help them celebrate their silver wedding Attending: the A. C. Bernard, William Nelson, A. G. Volentine, Jay D. Graham. Mike Arendt, and Rev. J. E. Clifton families. Minnesota lake ' ta ket from a last had People from Minnesota- Car! Lovstad, Hallock, Minn., and a daughter came one day last week to tenant the Meinzer farm, recently vacated <by the Ira Newbroughs. The rest of the Lovstads will come later. Mrs. Hodgson Loses Sister- Mrs. L. D. Hodgson has received word of the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. Robie Campbell, Hollywood, Calif. * Fanners Have lumber Sawed— James Blain .had his saw mill at the G. U. Fairbanks farm week, and near by farmers logs .sawed into lumber. Many Attend Choir Festival— A large delegation of Burt people attended a district music festival at the Algona Methodist church Sunday evening. Other Burt News. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas accompanied Mrs. W. L. McLeod to the latter's home at Hawarden last week Wednesday to visit till Friday. Mrs. McLeod had spent Tuesday night here. 'Leo and «Lloyd Vinaas went to Hawarden Friday and brought their mother home. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings went -Uiiroell Hedhifr is Sick— Marcell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Reding, has missed school two weeks because of sickness. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker spent a few days early last week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips, Claremont, Minn. Mrs. Becker's brother Eugene came here with the Beckers for a short visit. George Illg, Algona, spent last week at his son Arthurs. Mrs. George Illg, daughter Agnes, and Ernest Ziemet are spending a few days at Henry Ziemet's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mose, Dell Rnpids, S. D., left for home early ill the week, after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Frideres spent Sunday at the parental Nick WiHger's. Algona. James Riley, Livermore, has been helping with the .farm work at Anton Becker's. Agatha Thilges spent last week j helping the Chas. Hoffmans, Algona, move. The Joseph Beckers spent Sunday evening at Edw. Dieter's, of West Bend. A number of peoplo here were ALGONIAN IS SPEAKER AT CLUB MEETING Union Twp., Mar. 14 — Dennis Goedera, member of the state fish and game commission, spoke on Iowa's conservation program at a Mothers & Daughters club meeting last Thursday afternoon, when Mesdames Minnie Sarchet and Ethel Smith entertained. The 25 members and 11 visitors, not including children, were greatly In- :erested In Mr. Goeders' first-hand knowledge. Additional Information was sought in questions following the talk. The hostesses served a ray lunch during a social hour, tfesdames Mame Hoflus and Lulu Elston, Burt, will entertain March 23. Golden Wedding Celebrated- Joseph and William Ricker, Mrs. Laura Hohenstein, the Arthur Cruikshanks, all of this township, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer, and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Angus, Lone Rock, attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller, Corwith, fin February at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs, Jas. Geibel, near Corwith. Mrs. Geibol is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Joseph nnd William and the Mesdames Hohenstein, Cruikshank, and Angus are brothers and sisters. Their father (deceased) was a brother of Mrs. Miller. AljLroiitt Pupils Tisit School- Members of the Algona H. S. normal training senior class—Bernadine Plathe, Ruby Koepke, Ruth Robinson, Dorothy Knudsen, Ellen Pommerening, Mary Black, Jeanne Altwegg, Norma Raney, Margaret LEGAL NOTICES NOT1CJB Of PllOHATE OF No. 3706. Stats of Iowa, Kossuth county, sa In District Court March term 1933. To All Whom It May Concern t You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament ol Dan C. Crowell, deceased, dated January 20, 1931, and Codicil dated October 20, 1932, having 'been this day filed, opened and read, the 27th day of March, 1933, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Courl House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, show cause it any they have, and why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Alg-ona, Iowa, February 28, 1933. E. .T. McEVOY, 25-27 Clerk of the District Court, busy over the recent raking yards. nice days, SWEA CITY'S NIGHT SCHOOL ENDS SEASON Swea City, March 14—Last -week Wednesday evening 40 were awarded membership certificates TO the closing meeting of the adult night,,.. .,,„, school in the high school auditor- 1 Hewltt - Wm - Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keene, Whittemore, spent Sunday at Mike Wiltgen's. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Devine entertained relatives from Eagle Grove Sunday. Edward Besch, Whittemore, is helping with the farm duties at Peter Reeling's. Mrs. Anna Altaian, Livermore, spent' Sunday with the Peter J. Er- peldings. A large number from here attended a corn show at Livermore Saturday. School election in No. 6 took place Monday. school in the 5th, Gth, 7th, and 8th grades. The work is sponsored by the local W. C. T. U., and prizes are given for the best work. Mrs. McCray, teacher, and a member of the W. C. T. U., has charge of the work. The teachers in the grades co-operate with the "W. C. T. U. in this work. ium. The program consisted of Ten Attend Algona Meeting— Those attending the county federation meeting in Algona last week Tuesday were Mesdames Ira J. E. Young, S. Warburton, Brown, Virginia Good—and their instructor, Hattie Wilson, observed the work of the Dist. No. 4 school last Thursday afternoon. Similar classes in previous years have visited this school. Gertrude Sage- Ackerraan is teacher. School Elections Held Monday— The annual school elections were held Monday in the several districts of the township The board last year consisted of Clare Winkle, A. M. Gustafson, W. I. Dodds, Mrs. A. B. Schenck, Emil Mittag, D. C. Ganlner, and John Sabin. All rural director terms are for one year:. Cliangrcs Among- School Pupils- Charles and Jeanne Devine recently entered the Gth and 8th grades respectively of the Dist. No. 4 school. Their parents tenant Mrs. Mary Keefe's south farm. Harriet Light and Geraldine and Leo Palmer- left Dist. No. 4 when their parents- moveS away March I. Ncwlyweds tb : Sexton Farm- Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Riebhoff have rented a farm a mile north of Sexton owned by R. H. Miller, former Algona druggist, now of California. Since their marriage l^l 7 -, 1 ? 81 a* 1 !.? 11 * cmirfe had lived NOTICM OF PUOBATM OF No. 3709. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, se. In District Court, March term, 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nsti-ument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testciment of Jrnest Rackow, deceased, dated January 10, 1933. having been this day filed, opened, and read, the Sth clay of April, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the . Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county or the Clerk of said Court, and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested ' are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last AVill and Testament of said deceased. •Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 4, 1933. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of D:stnict Court. Alma Greinor, Deputy. Change of Address Advance subscribers who are changing their postofflce address will please fill out and mall the following notice t CHANGE OUR ADDRESS From BFD__ St«te-_ To EFD__ State Make Change After 1988 Signature NOTE—Please sign In tlie game name that appears on your paper, bnt. If we have the name wrong:, spell It right hi the new n(Idresg above. Be sure to give both old and new address. To save postage, If desired, this form of notice may bo copied on s postal cord, BUSINES! DIRECTOR! Weekly Newspap Entered aa December 31, lo March 2, W, B, Quarton QUARTON ft Phon- . . — •*• i» ins Algona, Iowa, T A. Hutchison. Attorney. 26-28 Wnl- two farces, Farm Folks, and 1 The Au S ust Peterson, Leonard SPeter- Last Lame Duck Congress-, and: an WT1fV ^ > n " Tl — ™— T '~, address by George Godfrey, of Algona. The Greenwood-Ramses: orchestra furnished music for t&e evening. After the program and presentation of certificates- the men played volley hall. The school was conducted under the auspices of the Smith Hughes department. Mary 'Seylor directed the women's department, and E. L. Sweany the men's. The women studied 1 low- cost menus for maintaining- the family health, and the men studied the production of quality dairy- products and poultry production. To Slngr in Huge CIrorns— son,. Wilfred Carlson. Chas. Healer and JE. M. (Dye. igwea City clubs with Lakota clubs entertain the county organization April 25 in Latota. Mrs!' Fred ** to PJJP"? to sing in the chor- ^h 45 pr^nt* .D ck°Berg I I 1n !.*l U<S OI J50 VO1PRS nnflpv Hid rlll«nr._ ' *- ;_*_ . ... -*-»^l& to Wesley Sunday to see Mr. Gid- The nign sc li°°l glee clubs will dings' father, who has been in poor go to Mas °n City Wednesday morn- health .for some time. ! "~ ' '" " " " Ringsdorf, daughter, care for him. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft, Swea City, visited Sunday at P. A. Looft's; also the Frank 'Loofts, of Armstrong, the Harry Loofts, of Plan St, Patrick Party— The Thursday club held its regular meeting at W. G. Smith's last Thursday. Mrs. Wilfred Carlson and Mrs. Paul Larson had charge of the program on defects of modern education. A St. Patrick's day party was planned to be held at W. Smith's St. Patrick's evening. Anxilmry Has Benefit Party— The Legion Auxiliary held -x a benefit bridge party in the 'Legion rooms last week Tuesday evening with Mr. Rieahoff's parents, Mr and Mrs. Prank Kiebnoff. Phone Line Maihtidns Sendee— At a telephone meeting at the Dist. No. 4 sohoolhouse Monday evening, February 27, by the 28 patrons of lines- y am}! 2Bj. it was- decided to continue service through the Algona exchange-, fflxwtmnr some patrons are- cutting- o£f to reduce expenses:. Garden Stuff iir Florida— Mr. and Mrs. diaries, Hoflus/ St. Petersburg, Fla., . have written their daughter;. Mr* Claude" Dearchs, that' new- potatoes, green peas, tomatoes,*, and! otBwr 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 3rd day of October, 1932, in favor of C. R. Breaske, as pladntlff, and against Floyd A. Cahoon and Florence Cahoon, in i-pm, as defendants, for the sum of Twenty-five Hundred Forty and 44/100 ($2540.44) Dollars and costs, taxed at Eighty- Six and 50/100 ($86.50) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Floyd A. Cahoon and Florence Ca- tvoon it) satisfy said execution, towfft: An undivided one-fifth interest of Floyd A. Cahoon and 'Florence Cahoon an and to the Northeast Quarter and the East Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Office phone 460-w. Phones: T. P. Harrington L . Attorneyn-at-u' w . Phonea; Office, 28; T. p, H l " TownsWp 100, Kossuth County, will erty, proceed or so 12, •Range 29, Iowa; and I to sen eaid prop- much thereof as ,, tables are abundant may Be* necessary to satisfy said execution', -with costs and accruing costs at pnWfc auction, to the highest IMacTer, for cash, In hand, on the 24-th- <3ay of March, I93S, at the east <foor of the Court House in Al- sona, in Kossnth county, Iowa, at the hour of lo o'clock a. m., of said rfay, when and where due attendance win be given by the undersigned'. Dated 1 this 22n& day of February, 1333'. . won Thursday, Thursday •Bancroft, and the Ernest Godfred- loarned sons, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves went to Sac City Sunday to visit relatives, and brought home Mrs. Thaves' nvother, Mrs. George Schmitt, who will spend the siun- mer hero. The 'Lemuel Stockwolls will move this week to the Robert Callies farm, recently vacated by the O. G. McParland.s. The John Dack- <ens have routed part of the house. oc; . They j and j giving the concert evening. They have Hose in Sectional Tilt- songs to be able to sing are are them without music. They semi-classical. Those going Ralph Stockman, Kenneth Seyfor, Tony Kaluzne, Roger Linde, Everett Kulander, Sidney Hutchinson, Edith Dahl, Luella Jenson, Arlotte Skromme, Irene Dourte, Dorothy Christiansen, Katherine Thomson Mae Peterson and Helen Poole! Frances Dahl and Mrs. Josten, music directors, will accompany them. Mr. and .Mrs. W. J Davison « i m "i ' Supt. and Mrs. Donald W«.r SO n "S SwTr v°'p '^7 , •Donald, oondlt Bowie, and S. J. „ ™1*™™?L^™I T «° ne Fardal were Sunday dinner guests at William Ringsdorfs. The Ray Isenbergers, Docorah, and Mrs. A. W. Sigsbee, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at C. E. Sigsbee's ;uul iiJso visited the J. O. Isenberger's. Ten Farm Rureau women attended a follow-up meeting at Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee's last week Wednesday. •A sewing lesson was given. The M. L. Vinuases and the Albert Schradera visited Mr. Vin- aas's brother, James Ottosen Sunday. Vinaas, at Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thoreson are .parents of a daughter, born last week Tuesday. They have one other daughter. Mrs. M. J. Ryerson entertained the Birthday Circle at a St. Pat- Tick parly Friday afternoon, 15 attending. Leo Vinaas returned to Geneva, 111., Sunday after a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. Mrs. Hans Christensen, Ring- fited, and her sons Axel and Sigurd visited Suuday at James Christensen's. F. E. Rubey, vice president of the iBurt Savings bank, went to Des Moines Sunday on banking business. Jimmy Whalen celebrated his fifth birthday Tuesday by entertaining little friends at a party. Only a email crowd attended a icfit bridge party given by the Legion post Friday evening. company met last week Wednesday, electing the following officers: president, Simon Severson; vice president, Lark Reynolds; secretary and treasurer, 0. L. Thorson; directors, Ole Kvams- dahl, and R. H. Walker. Of the 224 farm connections here 1C4 he- long to this organization. John AT. Shea, of Emmetsburg, manager of the Iowa Telephone company, was here at the meeting to confer with the officers. The Swea group asked a reduction for switching charges from $5 to $4. Mr. Shea said he would take the reduction question up with the higher officers. School Poster Work Started— Poster work has been started in The Swea City high school basketball boys, after winning the district tournament, went to Mason City. Friday they won from Fort Dodge 23-15, but Saturday evening lost to Mason City, 30-22. 85 Attend Music Festival— About 35 from here drove to Algona Sunday evening and enjoyed the music festival given by the Methodist churches of the Algona district. A junior choir of 15 children from here sang. Otlter Swea City. The Royal Neighbors held a regular meeting at August Peterson's. The Petersons have an upstairs room arranged for a lodge room and both Royal Neighbors and I 0. 0. F. meet there. Mrs. J. H. Warner has been ill with sinus trouble for some time Mrs. Ed. Peterson is suffering a severe attack of tonsilitis. The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular monthly meeting this week luesday at August Peterson's Mrs. C. G. Dourte visited 'her- sister, Mrs. Martin Larson, of Seneca, last week. CAR!!, OAHLHAUSEH, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Never Disappointed a Friend Cutting down on quality would be like disappointing old friends. Therefore— S TRONG-HEART ^snT* •»• I FOOD PRODUCTS have never varied from the long-recognized quality that for 60 years has made these brands most popular among Iowa housewives. They are always "The Best Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality." Cut price means cut quality—so take no chances, ask your grocer for the brands you can trust—STRONGHEART—OPAL—IOWA MAID. At these Grocers E. J. TAN , _„. Lawyers Office over Iowa Stnto Phone 213-W. e 3. D. Shumway p n j SIIIIMWAY & KBUy Attorneys-at-La/' /;•/• .... AtUoriioj-.,i|.i,nw I Office in Qulnby Bulldlnjl Phono ISO ' HIHAM «. Attorney.at-l,nw Office over Iowa State phone P. A. DAJfSOS Attorney. At-Irnw Office over Iowa State Phones: Office, -!GO-J.; — _ DOCTORS JOHN X. KKXEFICK Physician and Siirjco Office over Rexall Drug i Office phone 300 Res. phone 325, C. n. CKETXJfKTEB Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbralth Bli Phones: Office, 310; res I Algona B. A. Clark Thorpe's Home Grocery H. R. Sorenson Algona Merrill Bros., Bancroft Smith Dcpt, Store, Burt Wm. H. Yogel, Burt Quality Store, Convith Frederick Schultz & Co., Lone Bock Benedict Store, Lu Verne , Bonacker Bros., Titonka H. B. Znmach, Whittemore L. A. Nelson, Crystal Lake H. J. Orthel, Woden «• , J> V ' MdUllIn, Hutchins M. Dyer, Ledyard Thaves Sisters, Lakota Frank Bailey & Co., Fenton Sanfoorn's Cash Grocery, Swea City P. V. JANSE, M. B, Physician mid Surgcos Office on South Dodge Sir Phones: .Office, GGG; resident , Algona, Iowa WALTER FIlASEIl, M, L Physician and Surgeon! Office in Qulnby Bldg., Recall Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOUBlfB Physician and SnrpoB L Office In Postoffice Blockl Phonea; Office, 197; reaidei W. D. ANDREWS, B. 0. | 0«(eopathle Pliyslclan and Located In General Hosplti Phonea: Office 187, Re«. I lll!lllllli!IIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII||||||H|)ii Mail a Want to Fill a Want E CARRY a full line of legal blanks in common use. — Ad- I ^^^^^^^^^^"^"^^"•^•^^•^•»a^^^^^ — »^_^_ | ^^^^^^^ Only 2c a WordEaclTWeek No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week - We Do Not Charge Want Ads - Stamp,, Ca.h, or Check MUST Accompany Order • CLIP THIS FORM AND FUMTIN S Your Name | How many *eeks is advertisement to run? Address. When in need of glasses have yonr eyes thoroughly examined. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa '"I'llWIIM IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIlllii H. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt Drug , Phonea: Residence 312, of(ln| Algona, Iowa. ; • DENTISTS DB. H. U. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocalne used for] traction. Located over Chrlatensen Phones: Business 166, resldem Algona, lawa VETEBPTABIAIB'I Ii. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, AlgomJ Phonea: Office, 475-W.; res. ( — KOSSUTH COUNT J" MOT INSUHANCE AShOCIATWl Over 115.000.000 worth of In force. A home company. «ecure, J. O. Paxsoii, " City Property Loan* Farm ! Insurance. Real .Estate. | CUNNINGHAM & 107 W. State St. Algona, I DIS Sharpen! You will be surprised cheaply you can get disc sharpened at the Tt Wood & Iron Works spring. Drop in and as our special March price&| B. A. Thori Loam f 30Q or less obtained quickly ®\ personal security. For additional information < , writ* or phone CUNNINGHAM & Representing 1 'ederal Finance Co. Typewriter **

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