Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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ADVAK6BL AlX?OHA, tOWA «KTHRiEID AS SECOND CIjASS matter December 31, 1908, at the 'font off tee at Algrona, Iowa, under the •fct of March 2, 1879. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION •t^-To Kossuth county postoffices and ^bordering postofflees at.Armstrong, ''Bode, Brltt, Buffalo Center, Cor- •wlth, Cylinder, Blmore, Hutchlns. Uvertnore. Ottosen, Hake, Rlng- «t«d. Rodman, Stllson, West and Woden, year all other U. S. Postofflees,, year »2.BO ^^. subscriptions for papers going >t» points within the county and out• «f-the-oounty points named under No. •» above are considered continuing •ubaorlptlons to be discontinued only «B notice from subscribers or at pub- •Uaher'a* discretion. Subscriptions going to non-county points not named under WFo 1 above will be discontinued •Without notice one month after expiration of time paid for. if not renewed, •Sat time for payment will be extended U requested in writing. _ AS WE FACE THE PROBLEMS OF INFLATION Up to this time we have had, .Since President Roosevelt took of- Slce, a mixture of psychological inflation and quasl-inflation. Some part of the domestic rise In prices, 410 one knows how much, has been «ttue to the president's gold policy *nd the expectation that he weuld deflate, the dollar; the- rest has -doubtless been due to natural oaus- stopped inflation. Though whether it might have been better never to have resorted to them is at least disputable,'there can be no question that in some ways, particularly In serving the war ne'eds of. the government and in making private debt-paying easier in a time not unlike ours as regards the burden of debt, they served a useful purpose. Our own view of monetary Infla- has slowly changed somewhat in recent months. We remain frankly afraid of it, but we have come to believe that it must be tried in a de- ree, if we are to escape Irom our >resent situation. The- real estate lebt burden must be eased or we are all ruined. This western county stands between the devil and the deep sea and, willy nilly, must, for a time, make friends with the devil. AV« are therefore prepared welcome inflation as the lesser of two evils, trusting to the admin- stration to restrain us before indulgence becomes an unbreakable labit, and to enforce the cure when the time comes. The T.efg Jfot be too »—d •JBS in accordance with the law of •Supply and demand. Abroad there has been deprecia- ition of the dollar, and this has also .•worked on the domestic price situation; it would be difficult to say tow much. There is a saying that -works in mysterious ways his .wonders to perform, and the same Js true of money. It looks now, if Washington dispatches are to be relied upon, as if Teal inflation is near. The psychological inflation and the quasi- taflatibn have seemingly spent their force, and a further stimulant is needed. This refers particularly to agricultural prices. Industry is now boosting prices, but that is principally due to Nira, not to monetary considerations. The historic trouble with inflations is that after a time they xease to work and an increased •dose is required. Dope addicts know wtfet that means; as time ^lapses it takes more and more •dope to turn the trick. In cases of sarcoma the rule is to give morphine enough to Ti.il. pain, and to increase the dose as last as the patient becomes immune to what he has been getting 3Jut there this analogy -between the Human body and the body politic -must end. The human body afflicted with sarcoma must soon die, and that the patient becomes an addict makes no difference. But we cannot concede that the body politic -will ever die. Therefore we have to be careful not to make the body politic an addict. The addiction is usually 'harder to cure than the disease. ***** To get back to inflation, the case as, as regards agricultural prices, and prices of stocks, that the markets collapsed a few weeks ago and have remained more or less collapsed. Perhaps prices would be much lower now in the grain markets if they had not been pegged. Thus the inflation we have had is TliE MINISTERS, THE PUDDING, AND ThE WINE SAUCE. [Paris, Mo.. Appeal.] The mincemeat episode in "State Fair" at the opera ihouse in Paris last week, wherein a double dose of apple brandy was administered to a batch that ma intended to be free from such ungodly stuff, reminded the Appeal editor, of 'the time his mother entertained the pastor and a visiting evangelist. Both of them were militant drys. In those days the coming of preachers was an event of the utmost importance. 'for them. Timely Topics Nothing was too good This occasion was no That this country cannot expand ts naval program without provoking rivalry on the part of other great powers is well enough understood. Yet it may be suspected that most red-blooded Americans secretly, if not openly, welcome the Roosevelt administration's expansion program. It will feed our pride to feel that no other country outranks us on the seas. In the New Outlook for July Alfred E. Smith expressed decided lack of faith in Nira, but now he is a leader in the cause. That, however, is not proof of inconsistency. Apparently the governor feels that since we are in for it anyway the best thing ifor all of us is to get behind it,, push, and do our best to make it work. There's some sense to that. Kossuth farmers are far from prosperous, but they are in luck this fall as regards the corn crop at least, if what returning travelers say about prospects elsewhere is true. Even in Iowa there are sections where the crop will 'be poor. Here the crop is bountiful, and it will mature practically 100 per cent before frost. Even if you feel too hard up, support the county fair by your presence. After all, it is the one county event of the year when everyone meats on a level with the other fellow. Through thick and thin it has served us-75 years, -and it is worth handing down intact to the oncoming generation. A money crank in the Register, who admits [>Lakota please note] that monetary circulation lias gone down, not up, under Roosevelt has discovered the reason: the Federal Reserve 'banks did it! And while he was writing his diatribe an unfeeling Washington Associated Press writer was revealing that the Federal Reserve had for months been pumping money into circulation at the rate of ten millions a week up! If Uncle Sam ever feels guilty he must be feeling it every time he picks up a country paper these days. Democratic and republican alike, they are all pointing the finger of scorn at his demand for fair competition and remarking: "Oh, yeah, Tiut how about cheapskate government-printed returns on en- New. Act for Kowuth Pair exception. Our,,mother prepared a mea'lv;£jt,fo'r the gods. To one of her , Daughters she delegated the tasjt.^t niaRing 'apprize, pudding for dessert. Great-w'as her?ih'orr6r«and indignation when, too late for correction, she discovered that the daughter had made .wine sauce. Worse still, wine with a rsal wallop had been administered in a copious quantity. With fear and trembling, .filled with visions of ministerial wrath and ex-communication from the Baptist church, our mother waited her doom. In due time the pudding was served, each piece swimming in that wine sauce. Both preachers asked for a second helping, and a good time was had by all. IF YOU HAVE cacoethes scrib- endi, buy a Remington. — Burt Monitor page ad. Which is latin or something for "the itch to write," according to W. A. MacArthur, erudite Monitor scribender. IN THE SATEVEPOST recently appeared this parody, which is now T^HE L-I'BONATl TRIO offer xylophone music by three artists, com- 1 blned with tap dancing and acrobatics. This act was added to the fair's free^attraction program last 1 week. ' At The A Review of the Recent Talkies by T. H. C. W® 1" 1 going the rounds of the newspapers— Blessings on thee, bareleg maid, In your linen shorts arrayed, With your merry whistled tunes And your sawed-off pantaloons! Never, I will bet, did Wihittier • Gaze on any vfsion ..prettier; "-* You're a sight thaVhpii enjoy Better than a barefoot boy. How the good gray 'bajrd would like Seeing you uponyour •$«?<? !v-..-., f ., Well, it's equally as true-' ' We are quite enchanted too. And Whittier would gaze long and ardently, according to a biography by a debunker Just out. He was a Quaker all right, but he did like Ihe maids. Oh, quite platonically, df-£ourse; they were Victorian then, you know—very; only sometimes so very. 3io longer working, and an •of stimulant is needed. The Washington dopesters figure that President Roosevelt will take action soon and suddenly. What he •will do is not yet plain. He has authority either to issue up to ?3,000,000,000 in greenbacks or to reduce the gold content of the dollar up to 50 per cent, or both. The best guess, we think, is that '•the president will begin with the greenbacks, reserving the gold cut till the next increase of stimulant is needed, if any. The greenbacks •will probably be used first to buy government bonds; then, if necessary, to pay running expenses. This will be real inflation. If gold were -circulating it would immediately go to a premium in paper. In fact, it would, if circulating, be at a premium now in foreign exchange transactions, if not in domestic transac- "tions. ***** (How will inflation work? This 4s what the man in the street is curious about. He reads in the papers that cheap money will let him pay his debts easier. He gets the vague impression that if the president issues more money or cuts the gold content, say, 40 per cent, he can, for example, pay a $2,000 debt -with ortly $1200. Is that true? That is not the way inflation -works. The debt remains $2000 and must be paid with 2000 dollars. The way inflation works is to stimulate monetary turnover (business) and raise prices. Then increased income due to inflation lets the debtor pay his debts easier. It is paying a $2000 debt with $-1200 all right, but via increased prices of .goods, not via actual decrease of the defbt in terms of dollars. If the inflation does not run wild, most people will never realize that there lias been any. All they will see is an upturn in prices. Why would not that be, a good thing? The answer is that it will •be a good thing, a godsend, in fact, to our western country now bowed down t>y a burden of debt that can never be lifted—if! If it can be stopped when and where it ought to be stopped; if it can be stopped at a point that will TJe fair to both debtors and creditors; if it can be stopped before money has depreciated four-fifths increase !y. el °P es? " That ha£ > £ ° r a generation been a sore spot for printers. Opinions of Editors THE FAMILY wants me to thank you for a copy of the paper with the tribute to your mother; and I want to thank you too for its symbolic tribute to all mothers, including MY mother. —&• K. The Colyum is particularly proud to have the tribute applied to E. K.'s mother. We knew that sainted mother, and she was the gentlest of mothers. If we were painting a picture of a ---mother, she would be the type. It is many a year since she went away, but a boy's memory of her as the finest of gentlewomen remains vivid. REFERRING TO General Johnson's threat of a "sock in the nose" for NIRA recalcitrants, P. A. Moscrip, of the Marshalltown T.-R. opportunely recalls Mark Twain's amusing lines when street-car conductors were first required to punch passenger's tickets. As,Mark might have put it— Sock, Johnson, sock! Sock with care! Federal Sales Tax Looms. Northwood Anchor—It will not be surprising if the next congress passes a sales tax. Sentiment is changing and leaning strongly toward it. Since the consumer pays all taxes anyway a better purpose might be served to place it directly upon him and quit trying to fool him into belief that someone else foots the bill. HAD THE PUEA'StJRB of pre-viewlng Paddy, Janet Gay- nor'a newest vehicle, the otker night, and since it is to be on the (air week program at the Call we wish to urge all Gaynor fans to see it. It is one of the most beautifully photographed pictures we have ever seen, it is clean (something for the whole family, if you have difficulty in finding pictures of this class), and the presentation at the Call Is well nigh faultless. This applies especially to sound effects, 'which are technically perfect in this newest talkie. Manager Rice assures us that the presentation of Paddy in fair week will be first in this part of the country. '"THIS IS THE TIME of year when •»• 'smarting eyes and running loses proclaim the sad fact that ;he. hay-fever* season is upon us. May we remind you again that the !all theatre, with its perfect' cool- air ventilating system, is an ideal jlace -to-escape *the -discomforts-rof :his malady? Patrons have' been known, to sit through two shows in order to avoid the pollen-laden Breezes .which, make life miserable 6n'"i;he : outside. It's Just a t'*tj,p, folks, but 35c means two hours of contentment regardless ot the picture. I t;hat for Saturday, v Sefite.mber 23, hie has scheduled' one 'of the greatest combination shows in the history of the Call. The program -includes Black Beauty, a Buck Jones first of the serial Fighting With Kit Carson, and a colored Walt Disney cartoon comedy. To encourage the younger literati we offer a prize each to the boy or gir' under 12 who writes the best anc second best reviews of any of these four pictures. Keep this offer in mind; we will remind you again through this column the Saturday before the show. The first prize will be five free tickets; second prize, 3 free tickets. Sock in the presence of the passen- jaire; A left-hand jab-for the grocery ' There's Something in This. Estherville News—The administration must realize that for the present NRA has hurt rather than helped business. It has created uncertainty and anxiety. Justice for Governor Turner. •Des Moines Plain Talk—It is pertinent that history be kept straight in Iowa just now on the matter of savings in governmental-expenses, and it is pertinent to keep the facts in the minds of the people, that the savings were inaugurated under the administration of a republican governor. Here's the Test In Nira. Iowa Falls Sentinel—The test of whether a business or industry helps the NRA is whether it pays out more for wages than it did before. All display of plumes and feathers and flags avail but little if more wages are not paid out. Are We Consistent?—Nay! Swea City Herald—We are a funny people. We squawked about the 18th amendment, which took away only one personal privilege, yet with the fire of zealots we kneel at the altar of NliRA, which takes away numerous rights, even to the right of doing business should the president's power of issuing li T censes ever be invoked. It's Team Work That Counts. Spencer Reporter—Anyone who is looking for a chance to find fault with the administration of the And a sMft right cross for the soft- coal .strike. Sock, Johnson, sock! -Sock with care! Sock in the presence of the com- missaire. *F\ A. M.'s term; new word in Webster: 1. Peeper or spy .who obtains would deem it a favor if he or she would drop us a postal card. O UR CONTENTION that Edward •G. Robinson has never made a poor picture stands. While the kittle Giant is not in the "big- time" oiass, It is a thoroughly en- loyable and intensely human, though highly improbable, yarn about a beer king who saw the government chiseling in on his T'S STIUL A LONG way away, but Mana'ger Rice informs us In last week's,announcement of high school football schedule It was said that the Livermore game would be played there. Instead it will be played here, and makes four home games, unless more are scheduled in open dates. LEDYARDERS ARE HURT IN AMtASH HERE Ledjrard, <Attf. shocked last Thursday to learn that Mr, and Mrs, Ralph Olson and their daughter Patricia Ann were all patients at the Kossuth hos* pltal, Algona, as the result of an automobile accident. . Mr. Olson had attended the world's fair with his father, who lives at Ellsworth, and his wife had driven to-Humboldt to bring him home. At the Junction of Nos. 189 and 18, Just north of Algona, the Olson car was rammed 'by a Hastings, Neb., car coming front the east. The back end of the Olson car was struck, and the car was hurled into the ditch and upset. Mr. and Mrs. Olson were both Injured on the head and badly .bruised, "Paddy" 'suffered severe head and face cuts, some of which required several stitches to close. The (patients 'were able to -come home Monday. City and County Falf»lll« f n6rthw«dt of > Whltte- mofe. .Last Tharsday they gat the outfit r«Sdy* and were sll set to go iayed 'till' iftthi'oat noon"'" 7 however, and got only 88 far •« the filbert lafm^AOfth • of. Wnlttcmofe by night. Next day they reached the Loss farm,, two Milei south of Algona. They had to go a short distance south from Hobarton to avoid hills south of Algona. The outfit travels at lead than fouf miles an hour, and moving It 22 miles was a real task. ,•. Irtrtd, Pastor-i morrow at Luther kelson and Mrs. hostesses. Choir ^evening, 7; 30 "; and Bible class BODY ODOR Everybody i* ••icted with body odw oectlioiMlly, but Aid, The Rev. Raymond Kresensky who has been preaching three years at Bellevue and Is spending some time with his mother here, will preach next Sunday at 11 o'clock at the Presbyterian church. There will be regular Sunday morning services in that church from now on, and excepting on Sundays when the congregation may be hearing supplies Mr. Kresensky will occupy the pulpit. There have not been regular preaching services in this church for eight months but it is hoped that all who have worshipping there will come to these services. Deputy Sheriff Casey Loss took two and a half days off last week o help his father, Mike Loss, and brother Robert bring home a steam engine and threshing outfit from dun the m«dic*t<rdftraei of to-called prevenutive*. life PvniMptle te*p cleanset, /:': ! :: refretfcei and positive* ';':•/. ly P«|M the body of t : •".• mplMMnt odor*. Anil. teptic— deodorliing— , with Pine Wood* V-j. temt.Aikyourgrocer. '.•/•• :;••.•.•. •••• ^•v YNASEPTIC A MAN'S SOAP • racket and sold out 'million" while the for a cool 'getting out" was good. He moves to California, secures a $46 a day room at the sets, to work.to meet ' T HE KID FROM SPAIN, notwithstanding the fact that it is over a year old, still more than holds its own with the later musica comedies. It has songs, dances pretty girls, a good plot, and Eddie Cantor, and the mixture is deftly and expertly served, with Just a pinch of sophistication which ren ders it the more appetizing to th< somewhat jaded palate: The Kid Prom Spain is everything whicl 1'Street-and the Gold Diggers of i''trie3:,to .b,e"biit- ; weren!t:' It,is what folks pay their money to see and hear. Funny that so-called "alert" producers have failed to awaken to this all-important fact. •We find Eddie first in a girls' dormitory, which gives the extremely beautiful chorus girls an opportunity to disport themselves in brief attire, which they do bewitchingly, even including a plunge among their morning exercises. Of course Eddie is expelled, and we find him next an unwitting accom- , .. -n.,,11 plice in a bank robbery, as a re- AS A RUIJE we read the Will, sult of w h ic h, .he is shanghaied to Rogers witticisms in the papers • Me x5co. where he meets with many with a funereal countenance, tout and sundry experiences. . the' "best''" people. 'The Casses seem to fill the bill. Before he is through he has rented a mansion-; at 1 f 14 60 a month and bought a tottering bond house for $600,000. When he finds out that lie -'has ibeen ; fleeced, he phones -his old gang of racketeers in Chicago, who come west loaded with machine guns and "gats" and literally 'clean house" with the directors of the~crooked investment, business. Then, of course; •Robinson 'jniirrjes the private secretary who has been his friend and pal right along. And eyed Mary Astor is the 'secretary, and what a help she is, when we mention that the lovely, dark- things get too hot for our hero! .Edward G. Robinson has a terrific handicap in being a most unattractive hero, but his .Intense sincerity, his quick change of pace and his ability to play up a mediocre part, all help -make us 'overlook his shortcomings. His efforts to achieve so-called "culture" supply The Little Giant with plenty of laughs. Besides being an interesting and exciting plot, the subject is timely and well handled And applying "iron hand" methods to faltering business is now the policy of the day. The pie-throwing short set a new "low" for this already ebbing "fill- In" feature of our programs. Bui perhaps it was some excelleni short subjects which Manager Rice had been securing of late which makes-this .one, by -contrast, seem so revolting. Thumbs down on pie-a-la-ino.de, a Vitagraph musicale! • ' trade secrets for era; 2. A Jew. rival manufactur- we did crack a smile over this one — "I dee where U. S. Congressman Hamilton Fish (who made a mighty fine record with the Rough Riders in Cuba) has offered our president the ^upport of the entire republican party in. case of invasion of Cuba. That's great, Hamilton Fish is a mighty fine patriotic citizen, but I would sure hate to go into Cuba "(or even the littlest country on earth) with nothing behind me but the republican party. Suppose they shot 'em both!" POME A LA MRA. (Plain Talk, D. M.) The object of Nira We think is to hire a (Lot of good men, And never to fire a Darned one again. We are all for Nira But, pause to inquire a Way to restore Our cash and inspire a Way to get more. For, helping with Nira, Unless we acquire a (Lot of -new money, . We'll; Just haye to -retire a Bust, $nd -^that wouldn't, under • the circu'mstances, least bit fUnny. be the as it did in France; if it can be;N RA code or codes will be sure to find it. The whole thing calls for stopped before it results in a German debacle; if 1t can toe stopped; a lot of charity and much good before it brings on the kind of i common sense. boom we had in Florida; if it can be stopped ahead of a crash like that of 19'29; if it can be stopped 'before it works as it did in war- Patterson for Lieut.-Governor •Emmetsburg Reporter— Already there is the not-too-distinctly- ttoe, when mid-western banks and heard suggestion of running Sena- farmers, misled 'by inflated prices,; tor Patterson for lieutenant gov- blithely laid the foundations for ernor on the republican ticket in "" "---'-'- that later worked ,1934. And before it has developed 'into even a remote prospect, the .__ anti-income tax newspapers are •able, though monetary history is shouting "Down with Patterson." lull of instances when they were The roar, as usual, is headed by .not surmounted. Our own history, the Marsfeajltown Times-Republlc- ta tlie case of the original green- an and the Council Bluffs Non- the troubles their ruin. These "ifs' are not insurnjount- IN HIS THEATER cpiumn T. C. remarks that the shots in Tugboat Annie in which Wallace Beery laps up hair tonic flowing down from Ms dome scene, expertly made a •handled. clever Well, maybe, but to us it is one unreal thing in the play that the director ought to have a wrist slap for. Whenever we attempt that act (our own "Annie" being conveniently absent), the stuff trickles into the eyes and upsets the performance. But Wallace never blinked. Which gives rise to a suspicion that the hair tonic was just coffee or something. CONCENSUS of .editorial opinion is that Texas vote for repeal. — F. A. Moscrip in Marshalltown T.-R. Editorial. Attention F. A- M. and Managing Ed. Advance: You ajad Noah ought to get together on that word. llorwellvr is Collector. West Bend, Aug. 29—iPhilip 3. Dorweller has been appointed one of se/>n deputy internal revenue collectors in Iowa whose duty it is to collect processing taxes levied under the new federal agricultural relief act. His headquarters are at Port Dodge, and Algona is included in his territory. Typewriter Ribbon* ADDING MACHINE ROLLS AT THE ADVANCE Plumbing Heating ar O **•) Sheet Me We merchandise ana | HOT-AIR FURNA( STEAM AND iPlumbing fixtures and accessories, pipe, Ta i ves J tings. 'Pumps, cylinders, and 1 Stove and furnace pip, troughs and condn Phone 83 n«So.Do<lg«gJ GOOD MOBNINC, MADAM. 010 YOU TRY WAT SAMPLE PACKAGE OF GRAPC-NUJS I LEPT HEBE YESTERDAY'< THAT'S FINE. BUI WASSURfVOU' LIKE IT.- EVERYBODY DOES. I CERTAINLY DID. AND 1 Alt ENJOYED IT$ CRISPNESS AND FLAVOR. IT'S BETTER THAN ANY OTHER CEREAL WEVt TRIED. ANYTHING BUT EXPENSIVE. AND I'LL TELL YOU WHY. A f MALI SERVING OF GRAPE-NUTS IS SATISFYING VET RICH OF COURSE, IVE KNOWN ABOUT CRAPE-NUTS FOR YEARS. HOW NOURISHING IT IS. BUT ISNT IT BATHER EXPENSIVE TO SERVE REGULARLY ? IN NOURISHMENT I'M GLAD TO KNOW TttAT BECAUSE THE WHOLE FAMILY LIKEO GRAPE-NUTS SO MUC AND NOW'WE'U. HAYE IT EVERY MORNING Sale Dates Chief among these is a bull fight, in which our hero imagines he is combatting a tam«d and trained animal, only to learn his 'error in the • bulUrjng when a ferocious be^st' charges hjnj. But of course he comes out !.of -vt)i'e. ring^ . hero. and wins the lovely ^blonde' who has been waiting for tiini alKthe,-,time. As usual, Mr. Cantor's humor is of the broad, sophisticated variety, which depends- chiefly on the way he rolls those big, black eyes tor its suggestiyeness. And Eddie; puts plenty of suggestion into his remarks too, some of it only a little above the gutter. But the Kid From Spain is lavishly produced after the pattern of Broadway revues and comes closer to being the kind of light musical entertainment that the customers are calling for than most of the late ventures. Notwithstanding the fact that this is not a new release, the Call was crowded for every performance. Perhaps this was due, in part, to Mr. Cantor's immense popularity. Maybe we ought to "age" our talkies like wine. A FTKR HAVING EXHAUSTED all the masculine "doctor- plot" pictures, .the smart (?) producers give us a feminine M. D., arid hand the unattractive role to the beautiful, alJurJng, thoroughly feminine Kay Francis. The result is one of the most useless pictures that has ever appeared on the silver screen. If there is one solitary reason for Mary\ Stevens, M. D., we failed to observe it. It is one unbroken succession of babies, 'legitimate and otherwise. ^Everyone in the picture has at least one baby — and we didn't feel so well when we left the theatre ourself! CSlenda Farrell steals the show, if that is any credit. At least, she supplies the few human- touch moments. kyle Talbot shares honors, and doubtful ones, with Kay Frances in turning in a thoroughly stupid performance. Thetona (legs) Todd proves that she ought to be tack in slap-stick comedy. The rest of the cast is scarcely worth even en- 'Sept. 12—General farm sale at Mrs. Verla Lowman's, west of Algona. ' I Want Ad* FILMS DEVELOPED FRJ3EJ at Eusby's;. : . 40rfil *FOR 'SA1LE' — BLUE ENAMELED range.-JCall 411-J. . 7u51 FOR s SALE—<3OOD YOUNG fcuerri- sey_bull.—'McEnroe Bros. 8u&l 'FOR' iRENT—(PARTLY ' MODERN house, close in.—Phone 161.10p51 FOR RENT — SIX IMPROVED farms, Wlnnebago county.—Kenneth Erlckson, Thompson, la. Huol FOR RENT AFTER SEPT." 15—ALL modern downstairs apartment, furnished or unfurnished. — Mrs. Charles Lathrop, phone 210. I«p51 WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL for general housework in Emmetsburg. Family of five. References. •Write K, care Kossuth County g61 thf re Js oae Advance. _ W'ANTED-rMAN FOR TEA AND coffee route through Algona and ' county. Apply by letter Immediately.— Bl, Kennedy Cpffee Co., -Kokomo, Ind. 22p61 COOKING RANGE One "Universal cooking range all enamel; burns wood or coal; good as new at about orie.-fourth of pur- chase^prlce.—525 Minnesota St. p51 FOR SALE—TWO 1% ton Fo'rd •panel trucks. Suitable for delivery or long haul. Motors overhauled, in excellent condition. Factory_pane]ed.—Algona Bakery, pgl STEADY WORK—GOOD PAY—RE- liable man wanted to call on farmers. No experience or capital needed. Write today. — McNESS CO.. Dept. B. Freeport. 111. 24p51 FINAL NOTICE—YOU ARE hereby notified that the final hour is close at hand in which you can get genuine Roadgripper Tires at close-out prices.-iGamble Stores. 27-51 $700 PLAYER PIANO WITH rolls for unpaid balance 148.67; ter $10 monthly; or f40 cash. R. 85Q N. .Flanktogton aye., .... ,, -„..-,., __ r „, ., joyed Mary Steveos, M. -D,, ye Milwaukee, will advise where iaa,v sforfcrea / -^ ,-. i 1 ' '••. Fair Week Specials—September Ut td the _'__.. • " ••-!-''...••.. t 9~: . , J' .'•.''. ' t 1 Laundry Soap 23c 10 BARS Beet . Cane SUGAR 100 Hw. $5.39 MUSTARD, large jar JAR LIDS, Mason, dozen _aic AMMONIA, quart size ~~~17c OXYDOL, large pkg." STARCH, corn or gloss, 1 lb< 2 .LBS. SLICED BACON 25C Toilet So»| 1! 3 BARS SARDINES, oval .mustard or tomato ____--SALMON, 1 lb. can CORN, med. can———- J PORK AND BEANS, No. 2 1-2 TEA SIFTINGS 1 LB.. COFFEE* Old F* LBS: —-—— FLOUR! FLOUR! FLO Rose sunny Boy Miss Minneapolis 0mar. SODA, Arm & Hammer PRESERVES, 2 Ib. jar TEA, bulk 1-2 Ib. pke CAKE FLOUR HONEY, 2 cakes COCOA, Our Mothers ——T. CATSJJP, 8 oss. —"--•• I PEAS, No. 2 , —„-- 7 RAISINS, we4tew -—-—'"* RED CHERRIES pitted .._ 53C INSIOIT 75c Size

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