Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1933 · Page 4
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K088UTIJ COttNTY ADVANCE. ALQftNA, IQWA KOSSUTH FAIR EXHIBITS ARE WORTHWHILE Carefully Prepared and Shown to Advantage. By TV. J. Payne. The Kossuth Diamond Jubilee •ounty fair was most worthwhile. More lines of interest were followed up than ever before. There were anore exhibitors, and the exhibits were more carefully prepared and taore of a professional character. Starting with 4-M club beef calf cxhibjts, there were 32 members exhibiting 59 calves. This was probably nn all-time record breaker. Many former dairy calf club members have switched to beef, and their past experience in feeding and fitting stock was an advantage. Also, the beef calf clubs are bringing in exhibits from parts of the county not previously repre- club Rented in club work. Four-H Club Exhibitors. To mention a few Four-H exhibitors: Hereford calves were shown by Albin, son of Gus Nelson, Hebron township; Raymond, son of George Smith, north of Lakota; Edward, son of Charles Eggerth, "Lakota; Elmer and Melvin, sons of R. S. l>eibrand, Hebron; Leo. son of J. It Johnson, also Hebron; Roland and Dwight A., sons of R. B •Smith, I>akota; Wallace, son of Geo. p. Hawcott, Burt; Mildred the daughter of o. L. Thoreson! Swea City; Teddy, son of J. H. Jensen, Fenton; Jack Tibbetts, nephew of P. M. Christensen, Lone Hock; Arthur Plathe, Bode; Edwin, son of Mrs. Mabel Mino, Grant township; Donald, son of Wm. H. Barger, -Swea City; and Clifford, Son of C. F. McGregor, Swea City. Jack Tibbetts won first on his •club steer in the Hereford division. Miniature Carlots Featured. Arthur Plathe also showed a Shorthorn, and won first on Short- Stove Circus to Be Held Here by Nalaon Hardware Something new in the circus line is a "store circus" ait« nounced by the Nelson Hardware for .this week Saturday. It will advertise GIow-Maid ranges and GIow.Boy heaters in a unique way. One of the stores will talk, sin*, call your name, answer questions, etc. There will be a world's largest Jigsaw puzzle for boys and girls to solve in a contest, with prizes for all and a grand prize for the winner. Girls and boys entering this contest must do so before 9 a. m. Saturday. Free coffee and biscuits will be served all day, and souvenirs, including balloons, kites, down hats, etc, will be given away. Mark Studer, Wesley, horn steer. won first on purebred Shorthorn fceifer. Clifford McGregor also included a Shorthorn in his lot. Apparently the Angus breed was not ^represented this year. A new feature was the showing -of miniature carlots, that is, five First prize for beef to Mildred Thoreson; 3>eef calves. «arlot went second to Teddy Jensen; and" "third TO Frieda, daughter of Carl Paetz. Algona; fourth to the Plathe brothers, Bode; 5th to Clifford Itfc- tJregor; 6th to Calvin Bode. Aleona. /; Dairy Calf Display. In dairy calf exhibits Frank «choby, south of Algona, won first on Holstein heifer dropped since August 1, 1932, and Lowell Samp, at the southwest edge of Algona won second. Schoby also won first on 2-year-old Holstein heifer, and Samp second; Verle Patterson, son of J. M., south of Algona, third. lEldon Shaw won first on Guernsey heifer dropped since August 1, 1932, also on 2-year-old heifer. In Jerseys Rex Taylor won first on heifer dropped since August 1, 1932. In Holstein grade dairy calves dropped since August 1, 1932, winners were: first, Vincent Wessel- inan; second, Paul Inman; third, Arnold Wesselman; fourth, Verle Patterson; fifth, Harold Dreyer- sixth, Richard Mescher; seventh Lowell Samp; eighth, Richard Han- NA/ARENE, A. W. and Hazel Irwin, Pastors—The Divine presence was manifest in our services last Sunday, and the people seemed to be ready and willing to trust God and labor to make this new assembly year better than the one Just closed. We have begun the new year by providing some new classes in Sunday school, and there are now classes for all ages. Remember the time, 9:45. Morning worship at 11; theme, Obedience and Its Rewards. Service in the evening at 7:30; theme, Disobedience and Its Punishments. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. Bible study and young people's prayer meeting Friday a t 7:30 p. m. TRINITY LUTHERAN, P. J. Bra- ncr, Pastor-nNext Sunday: Sunday • and Bible class, 9:30 a. m.; IVAN GUSTAFSON, GOOD HOPE YOUTH, DIES OFJ.OCKJAW Good Hope, Sept. .12—(tvan LeRoy Gustafson, 12, who was born March 6,1921, on the farm in Kos suth now occupied 'by his parents died Monday. Two" weeks ago, while the boy was stabling his pony, the pony's foot grazed one of the 'boy's ankles, barely breaking the skin The wound seemed of little consequence, no worse than the average boy is apt to have upon his person at any time. But it was sufficient to give entrance to the tetanus or •lock-Jaw germ, which made itself I first apparent a few days before I death. Ivan Le Roy, with friends, spent Friday at the county fair, returning home at evening with enthusiastic reports of sights seen and a good time had.-In'apparent health then; he awoke early Saturday morning, crying with the pain of rigidly set Jaws. He was immediately taken to a Burt physician, who placed him in the 'Lewis Larson nursing home. Despite the most scientific treatment, death arrived at 2 o'clock Monday. Ivan, who was reared in the Good Hope neighborhood, had Just started school again. Though a normally active boy at games and other pastimes, he was particularly a man's boy, esteemed 'by men and 4'Corners Dinner For L. J. Lowtnan & Sister Four Corners, Sept. 12—.The Everett Withains were dinner hosts Sunday in honor of L. J. Lowman and his sister, Molly Murray. 'Mrs. Murray came here with Mr. Lowman from Illinois a week ago last Saturday, and they planned to go back by this week Saturday. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, son Howard, the Melvin Kerns, the Ray Smiths, Burt, Mrs. Verla Lowman, daughter Jacqueline, Mildred Robinson, and the Charles Egels, Irvington. Mr. Egel and his daughter. Effie furnished piano and violin music. Mr. Egel is a good violinist, having won first prize at the state fair some years ago. Ice cream and cake were served in the afternoon to the dinner guests, the Lewis Lowmans Jr., and the Austin Wiithams, Algona. The guests helped to furnish the dinner. . M. & D. Club Meets Today— The M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Clara Drayton. Roll call, My Pet Economy; paper, Diet and Dress for School Children, Lewis Moore and Jack Hilton left yesterday for several days at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Overmyer left yesterday morning to attend the world's fair. (Frances Messer, local teacher, Etena dues. Cruikshank; payment of Michael Elbert Has Birthday— The William Besches, of Whitte- nore, and the Arnold (Elberts, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Joseph he the dta and talked about. Every was a devoted follower of threshing and silo filling runs. The boy was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gustafson, who sur- Elbert's in honor birthday. of English ser- The S. S. T. German service, 10. vice in evening at 8. _. meets tomorrow evening at parsonage. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL, Louis Denninghoff, M. Th., Hector—Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity: Holy euoharist and sermon, 8 a. m • church school, 9:30 a. m. Visitors are always welcome. CONGREGATIONAL, J. Robert Hoerner, Pastor—JChurch school at 10 a. m. next Sunday. Morning worship, H. Sermon topic, Initiated Into Life. Young People's society vive. * . ° sumv e d Two Enter Algona H. S.— iMildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore, and Thelma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, have entered the Algona high Tfn^'J 1 ^ 61 lr . ene and D , orotn yi school as freshmen. Ann, and his maternal grandmoth-1 er, Mrs. Nancy Scott, Boone. {Pupils Attend.County Fair— ;«, . , • ( i uiriiD viiivjiu.vvuiiij x «m— Funeral services were held at the T he school in No. 7, Union, had Good Hope church, where the boy was a Sunday school member, yes- at 7 p. m. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. Sjostrand, Pastor—Sunday school and Bible class next Sunday at 10 a. m. Holy communion services at 11. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, Raymond Kresensky, Supply — Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship, H. heifers Edward sen. In 2-year Holstein •winners were: first, „,„ Mescher; second, Wayne Zeigler" third, Wayne Miller; fourth, Floyd Bode; in 3-year heifer: first, Merle Miller; second, Earl Zeigler. Alnonf* the Winners. In Guernseys first prize for heifer calf dropped since August 1 1932, went to Wayne Barr; second! Ronald Christensen; third, Eldon ; fourth, Evans Johnson; Ronald Heitland. First place for 2-year-old heifer went to Lewis Price, and first for 3-year-old heif- CROWD APPLAUDS LOCAL TALENT AS FAIRJREE ACTS Kossuth talent made evening programs at the county fair particularly interesting this year, and some real features were discovered. One of the most popular was a roping act by Edward Stattleman West Bend, who appeared three evenings. He swung 75 feet in terday morning a t 9 o'clock, the Rev. Allen Wood officiating. Vocal numbers were sung by Dorothy and Viola Smith. (Relatives from out of town were Mrs. Scott, Walter.Gustafson, Carl Patton, and Carl Buzzelle, all of Boone. Pall bearers were Jimmie Don Moore, Lawrence Riedel, Jimmie Elmore, Loyd Speer, Howard Sarchet, and Gerald Romstad. The body was taken to Boone, where interment was made in the East Lynnwood cemetery. Wesley Legion Day Fixed for Tuesday Wesley, Sept. 12 — The main events for Wesley's Legion day, Tuesday, September 19, are: 10 a. m., ball game between Wesley and St. Benedict; 1:30 p. m., band concert; 2 p. m., address by Ray Murray, state secretary of agriculture; 2:30 p. m., ball game between Swea City and Bancroft; 8:30 p. m., free acts and street sports; 7:li5 p. m., concert by the Algona Military band; 8 p. m., free acts; 8:30 p. m., clown (band concert; 9 p. m., drawing for electric washing machine and 47 other prizes; dance during evening on bowery floor. last week Tuesday and last Thursday off for the county fair. Mrs. E. A. Genrich is teacher. Other Four Corners. While the William Besches, Whittemore, .and the Roy Schiltzes, Bancroft, attended the county fair last week Wednesday the children stayed .with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. N. iR. Robinson, who had spent three weeks at Spencer and Spirit Lake, came Saturday to visit the C. N. Robinsons and Mrs. Verla Lowman. Grace Walker, Mrs. Orville Holdren, and Mrs. John Safoin and her children were at Lewis Broesder's Saturday, helping cook for threshers. spent the week-end at her home at Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray and Eugene Zittritsch spent Sunday fishing at Rapidan, Minn., and Glen captured a 10-lb. pickerel. J. F. Overmyer attended a Humbold t Rotary club meeting Tuesday night. World work for peace was the subject of'discussion. Mayme Snodgrass, who had spent a month with her niece, Mrs. D. B. Dewel, Jeft Saturday for • Charles !ity, where she is visiting friends. 'Friends of Mrs. J. H. Brechtbill are pleased to learn that she is recovering from an attack of pneumonia, and is able to be up a little each day. Adah Carlson, Mrs. Fttora Tiss, Bertha E. Johnson, Mary Mitchell, and Clara Amesbury, Carroll, left Saturday night for a week at the world's fair. Bert Grinnell, who suffered a broken leg in an automobile accident some weeks ago, was dismissed Sunday from the Kossuth hospital. v A letter from Mrs. NeJlie McMahon, who underwent an operation at a Minneapolis hospital last week Tuesday, reports that she is recovering rapidly. Mrs. . John Caughlin returned Monday from Ireton, where she had spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. Alvin S. Karr, formerly Ivadel Caughlin. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson departed by auto one day last week for a lengthy stay on the coast. When last heard from they were at Yellowstone park. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Webster returned early last week from 1 Estherville, where they had spent several weeks with their daughter, Mrs. H. W. Heidke. A. Hutchison will be delegate from the local church to the norfch- Insurance Agent Locates in Algona Algona has a new life insurance man in the person of E, J. Wilson, Garner, who will office with the Mrs. Harvey Johnson, of Algona, spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. John [Rich. Doyle Johnson, a grandson, was with 'her. The Good Hope Aid meets this week Thursday at Mrs. Fred Plunib's; Mrs. Etna Mitchell, assisting hostess. Mrs. Herman Lindeman, of Humboldt, spent part of last week at William Drayton's and Mrs. Verla Lowman's. John Wilson, Whittemore, spent last week at J. P. Nickerson's, doing carpenter work on the house. Noble Mitchell was a gateman and Lyman Potter a policeman at the county fair last week. « Indian Thanks Algona Reporter Eleanor Payne, who reported the c »wii«Bs. tie swung 75 feet in a Alsona Insurance Co of Tmv/, a « ,^'eanor rayne, wno reported the circle about him, tied knots mere-' district agentTn^Kossuth county^ ^ ltonka Ind ! an day celebration for ly by fllDnins: the ™™ 0^,1 „„, ,,_ „.,, B lu • tvoiiau "' COuniy. i H-p . n ., Mn _„ Roo-ictn,, f . rn_!i,_ er to Ha Price. In Brown Swiss heifer calves 5.. r0 ,. Pped si , nce _ A ugust 1, 1982, first Hauptman; First in 2- year-old heifers also went to Dick was won by Bernard •second by Dick Kent. Kpnt. In the fat barrow club Le Roy Scheppman won first on both one and three-pig exhibits. In the fat wether club Ronald Espe iirst; Mark Studer, second. won MACHINERY EXHIBIT AT FAIR ATTRACTS CROWD by flipping the rope, and gav a really expert exhibition. Wednesday night the 'Ledyar F. B. quartet, Jerry Ukena, Jerr Heetland, and Ted and George Wai Jen tine, sang and was called bac for encores. A feature the las three evenings was harmonic music by Carl Holmquist, Swe Eddie Seifert, Algona's contri •bution to the circus world enter tained Thursday and Friday night with a contortionist act which drew hearty applause, and Doris Jones Algona, gave tap dances the last two nights of the fair. It was the general opinion that the introduction of local talent was a real inspiration on the part of the fair's management. Of the regular attractions perhaps the most popular was the Lib- onah_ xylophone trio. The Riding Hodgims attracted the attention particularly of children, and the high trapeze exhibitions of Paul and Louise Etz were thrillers Raymond & Marcus were clowns. popular Melvin Miner gave a tap dance at the fair Tuesday evening. The free acts drew more applause than has been usuul. Louise Etz in a swinging ladder act gave Mr. Wilson comes here from Garner, where he has lived 11 years. He is married and has one child, a son who operates a drugstore at Waterloo. He has leased the downstairs apartment in the Mrs. C. F. Lathroo home and expects to bring his wife and household goods here next week. the Des Moines Register & Tribune, took a picture of Chief Zat west Iowa Methodist conference at Humboldt, which opens a wee! from next Tuesday. Erma Plaehn, university high school teacher at Iowa City, spen several days last week with old friends here. She was formerly- a popular Algona teacher. A 'letter from Mrs. Nora S. Kain yesterday reported that she is mov ing to DeKalb, HI. She formerly lived at Aurora, 111., and before that for many years here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Woods are parents of a girl, Ardith Joyce born at the Kossuth hospital Monday night. Mrs. Woods was Leona Richardson before marriage. Mrs. Walter Fraser and her son Walter Jr. spent last Thursday and Friday at Lowa City, where Mrs Fraser is taking a series of treatments at the university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff, Ames spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. (Bonar, and Mr. and Mrs J. C. Galloway, Ames, spent the week-end with the P J. Christensen's. Ella Zumach left last Sunday for Cedar Falls to begin studies at the State Teachers college. Her mother, Mrs. Ida Zumach and Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Meyer, took her to Cedar (Falls. are etpocted home today from Moines, where JUity hare spent eral days with the latter'g lister, Mrs. F. B. V. Shore and Mrs. Oard ner Cowles. ' Edna Celander, Washington, D, C., spent the week-end at the H ( W. Edwards, home. She is a former deputy auditor here who has for the last several years worked for the government. George Shaddick, the popcorn man, suffered a 'stroke Saturday, but is improving rapidly, A nephew who ran the popcorn stand for him that evening had a blaze which did considerable damage. Mrs. C, M. Knutson took Vivian Studer, Wesley, and Pearl Robinson and Mrs. William kuhn, 'both of Algona, to Iowa City Tuesday for examination and treatment at the university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. La Barre left Tuesday for Chicago, where La Barre, as secretary of the ?ona Building ft iLoan association, is attending a national convention of building and loan men. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Zittritsch and ;he T. J. Zittritsch.es, all of Humboldt, spent Sunday with the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zitt- •itsch. (Both work on new paving lonstruction near Humboldt. iE. J. Murtagh and L. E. Linnan pent Saturday at Fort Dodge on msiness connected with the Algona Rational Farm LOan association, for which Mr. Murtagh is a local I appraiser and Mr. Linnan local at-1 torney. iDonald and Perry White, Delia Welter, and Avery Austin 'have enrolled in Judge Coyle's law class at Humboldt. Perry, who served as lifeguard at the pool this summer, is now helping his father at the White grocery. Mr. Al- jsas&i A*. COAT! oops .. these stockings really fit! Zam and his princess, and by their j Mr- and Mrs> A r chie Hutchison request sent a copy of the paper carrying the picture to their Illinois address. In acknowledgment she has received a well Sand Sculptor Returns. J. B. McCord, an itinerant artist whose specialty is moulding figures n sand, will model a war scene at the Clay county fair. «e lives the ife of a tramp and does sand' 1 sculpturing wherever he goes. He | once gave an exhibition of Ms art Payne is the second daughter of W. J. Payne, Register & Tribune salesman supervisor in this and more than 20 other north Iowa counties. Wesleyan Plans to Enter Priesthood here. Infant is Found Dead. Whittemore, .Sept. 12 — Mr. and <lrs. Michael Bonnstetter -lost a hree-day-old son last week Tues- ay night. He was found dead n his crib next morning. The fun- ral took place Thursday morning, r l t n llll ni r> I T« *.t- _ -rr»t- • i i ith burial in the atholic cemetery. Whittemore ed from the Wesley high school with honors in 1932, last week-entered college at Conception, Mo., with a view to preparing for the priesthood. His father, a farmer, is a nephew of Frank Wolf, also a Wesley farmer, and Clare's mother is a daughter of the Chandler Wards, both deceased, who were also well-known Wesley farmers. Another Gamble Store. James Elder, former manager of the Hobartbn elevator, later for some years elevator manager • at Swea City, is opening his own Gam- well One of the most interesting as thrill last!during the evening, and atternoon, when one of recognized the voices. the wires which held the ladder ' Turkeys Are Stolen. Three large and 25 small turkeys ere stolen Friday night from the olm Kain farm, near Sexton The oiv,,, !,„„ J ii. it?- ••"•""•""• V "••"" ""?, •" "l"=*"H6 Ilia UWU Viaill- ,^"tSf. a lJSS.^SX 6 ?,. * al ^ n «i?' le store at Rockwell City,' Call houn county seat. Mrs snapped. An attendant who was as largest exhibits of farm swin ging the ladder with a rope -machinery ever seen on the fair'* 8 " 1 his head aml sw ung the pe- grounds was made this year by five ! ™™!_ °™- 1 guy wire ' thus P er ' cwn »«t that the The exhibit was located just north of the Floral hall, where such a display could be more easily inspected than in former years when it was located in the quarter- stretch. .The display included new corn- pickers, two-row corn binders Farmafll tractors, a B3 International truck, and roughage mills. A week Wednesday at the county tvnP ,'nT'T d With huse balloon fa ^ r ' In a s P edal exhibition race deal of ntfl' r res attracted a good Kmney Direct, world's champion deal of attention. pacing gelding, and Colonel Tom for whom $5000 was paid at the Iowa State fair, ran two heats in Fast Horses Give Exhibition Races at Kossuth's Fair Local race records in both the pace and the trot were broken last *!, are so wel1 Phased the number of visitors that , "^ <icui.uj.-5 Lnav iw "" KI <•«•"= itui, ran iwo iieats in iney are already .looking forward to 2:04% and 2:06% respectively The next year, when, it is hoped, alH in !former record was 2:07. »hP ,. n ,,nf,, .,...., ... . This race wag hejd by the Rey _ nolds Stables, Kansas City, owner •the county dealers will be represented at the fair. P i Nellie 2ff. (,'urran Married. Sexton, Sept. 12—A. L. Green- iield has received a letter from his les, saying that she was "mar'ried July 12 at Los Angeles. Her husband works for the Santa !Fe railroad hotel system. She formerly Jived at Lu Verne and Algona. V , ine Kain went to Chicago day Jor several weeks at toe of both horses, as a fair feature The trot record was shattered by another Reynolds horse, Minell the won in straight heats Great 2:09, cord was 2:11. Spectators got an being investigated. The case is born and reared at Auburn', Rockwell City. Elder was near (FINE MODERN HOME FOR RENT. Phone 589. lOpl WANT TO BUY SORGHUM MTDL. —J. D. Graham, Burt. 8pl ear in Kossuth county. Write to- 17pl-2-3 WANT ELiDERLY • HOUSEKEEP- WANTBD—FAMILY TO HUSK"70 4-u 6r Who is lookin S more for home acres corn.-HCall_Advance. 9pi an EDITH M. REED, TEACHER OF _piano, 218 S. Tliorington St. p52-l EDITH M. REED, TEACHER OF Rolfe. •August Studer, Rfd 3, 16U62-1 PUREBRED CHESTER WHITE senior and junior boars Cholera piano.—218 South Thorington st. lmj nune.—Aaron Taylor, 5 miles lOpl rtn and iy 2 GROW YOUR FLOUR^Hardy seed j winter wheat.—Roy Mann, Burt.' 10p52-l miles east. 19pl Calsmap Mantles ARE BUILT TO ,UST LONGER, The amount of light you get from your gasoline lamp or lantern depends largely upon the kind of mantles you use. To be sure of longer service, better light and more light, always use genuine Coleman Mantles on Coleman Lamps and Lanterns. Coleman Mantles arc scientifically made. They are correct in size, design and texture. No side seams to split. Reinforced across bottom. Saturated with highest grade light-giving chem- icak. They are made stronger to last longer. Lookfor the name "Coleman" stamped on each mantle. Always ask for the genuine. (MX16) ASK YOUR LOCAL DEALER '•• writ* Stylii thdt command attention their Smartness and Fine Q U9 |j We are pleased to ha exclusive selling for j .community of the wet favorably known "Ekcom< Coats' Every Ekcomoor Coal quality coat—finely! ored and fitted with j] precision that is a the wearer. Priced at 2450 and Christensen Bros. "Algona'* Style Center" CALL (Comfort not found in- any other theater. Western 4 Electric Sound, hard of hearing head phones, kooler air cooling, upholstered seats. Thursday and Friday, Sept. 14 & 15 'Roaring story of today's wild youth! Kips your heart wide open! Tears the roof off hell! Cagney as a big brother of today's wild youth in a slashing, blistering, heart-wrenching revelation of what goes on inside. Not just in the foot. . . every The b 'S house for little men! good Stocking does that! But|- Around the wtiljTn 8 Minutes. HUTU ETTING in Crashing the Gate Tuesday-Wednesday, Tuesday matine*, 2:!l| A searching light on ttif who shadow wayward vim) I LJL.I. . PRIVAIi J DtTKTIVI A scoundrel you'll Ior«f (Powell swings back to tin I of role that made him the f sheep idol oi the screen! ft| with a ravishing new scrwuii heart as a Philo Vance of tl vorce racket! Also plenty of dancing anil ing in Aloha Oe Sweet Cookies. belle-sharmeer stockings,' sold here exclusively.. .are' the only stockings made in' four distinct and separate' proportions. They fit every' type of leg...in width and' defyingthri " s! length, 'as well as footsize. Swanky shades, too, in ;hiffons, service :hiffons and iervice weights. Call Theater News—(New Saturday Special Sept. 16. Double Feature Program. Mickey Mouse and Serial. brcv.. , for smalls modite.. .formediums duchess .. .fortolls classic .. .for those more amply built FOR SALE—WEALTHY APPLES' delivered.—Mrs. Mary Keefe, phone 2F11. lOpl FOR 'SALE—KITCHEN CABINET, first-class condition. — Call Advance office. extra thrill and turn when three horses, drivers, carts piled up at the north to the grandstand. W. H. Chase, Ames, left yesterday, after several days .with Don- SALE—MY CHOICE HERD "of purebred Holstein cows. — Win. Koestler, Bunt, la. 14pl-2 FOR RE'NT— (DESIRABLE WEiLL- furnistoed sleeping room suitable for one or two people. — Call Ad- vance - 16ul S. F. BAKER & CQ., KEOKUK, WANTED—FIVE OR SIX-MONTH old Leghorn pullets or yearling Leghorn hens. White Leghorn preferred. No culls.—Mrs. Wm. Hammer, Bode. S52-1 FOR SALE-ONE WOOD AND coal circulating heater, new; also one used coal circulating heater. Will consider trade for wood. w, J. Sigsbee, Dairy Food Store. 25iU-2 FOR SALE UNDER COUiBT OR- der. OUarter-SPPtinn main."* T „• der, Verne. quarter-section near Lu Good buildings, possession , — • -,----r— -tp-,, jp VMMVS>N>AVJJ- March l. Court has ordered imnxe- v v- • , McGratb, Referees, Eagle B. J, Grove, CHRISTENSEN Bros. Co. CONCRETE STREETS COST LESS TO DRIVE ON «M o/ Wta • «UCI CAIOT AIUNI JUDOt IIIC IINDIN TH IIIUMV COMING—EXTRA <• September 9 5c—Saturday 10 O'cloei 1 Matinee—5fc' Only—Children under 14! A BIG 3 HOUR SHOl,;| iRegular matinee 2:30,1W AMRiA SEWELl/S ! " OF A Horse That Thrilled the 1 Also a great circus picture ADOLPH arCNJOU GRETA NISSEN in "The Circus Queen Murder" ' " and the last ep'isode of " "Three Musketeers" Micky Mouse in "Trader Mickey" Sunday andJfontay, S ep t, 17-.$ i Cecil B. »e Mille Goes Modern! Ten Commandments King of Kings Sign of the Cross _. Now BFAl/TY ESfHER RALSTON ALEXANDER.KI8KLAND ,*'} BUCK JONES i» California Trail A thrilling western | —and— :, JOH1INY MACK BBOJlj BETSY KING —in— it Cars® NEW One approved by the Scouts YOUTH CARRIES THE TORCH I f Young fqee* glow with eogern«» ai righttovt indignation lightf the way CECIL B. DeMILLlS THIS DAY You knew the Seniors! ,r«V. h ^ J ™i? r »l EISIE FEK«FS<W Jj. •BBM1S —Also— . Forgotten »»<>"* Par. INSURANCE — J,OANS Reliable insurance service at low cost. Surety WJ automobile, dwelling, and other forms of ' Small loans made at once. Automobiles payments reduced, etc. A courteous, confidential wid pleasing Call at oyr office «ar pb-QB0 55- P,

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