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_n — ibach king Co. m: .* FAIRMONT DEFEATS INDEPENDENTS IN The Algona independent football team lost its opening game, fi-0, to Fairmont at Athletic park here Sunday before 600 fans, including children admitted free. Algona had the edge during the first half, and again in most of tne third quarter, but a blocked punt in the 'final period gave -Fairmont a chance to score, and the visitors took advantage of the opportunity with a 20-yard forward pass. The first quarter saw drives by both 'Fairmont and Algona stopped KOSSUTH COtTNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA PAG FOOTBALL (Continued from page l.) the majority were knocked down, bixtoen passes were made by Livermore for 4S yards and 4 for Algona for 3 yards. Fumbles by Algona resulted in a total loss of nearly 30 yards but the yardage gained by both teams was nearly the same. Algona completed three out of four passes and intercepted two of Livcnnore's. Ten of Liverraore's [lasses were incomplete, and only 'oil l* tyainn/l im \*A n ~*. The Independents »vi|l play the Sac City Firemen here next Sunday afternoon at 2:'10 nt Athletic Park. r our gained yardage. Officials were: Bailey, of ^LOCALS Em.~.i».,, i» v.» c , 'ijaiicy, oi H/m metsburg, refurec; (McCoy of simp- son college, umpire; Schuler of Swea City, head linesman. short of goals by 'good-sized margins, and the quarter ended with Algona intercepting a pass in vnid- field. A few moments later, an Algona pass was intercepted on the 20-yd. line. When 'Fairmont attempted to punt, the kicker fumbled, and Algona recovered on the 30-yd. line. 'Line plays and a pass took the ball to the 8-yd. line. An Algona score was not allowed when Samp received a pass over the end zone. The pass was fairly caught, but when Samp caught it he was behind the goalposts, which' is outside the playing field, hence the score could not be counted. The >all went to (Fairmont on the 20-yd. CITY STOP SIGNS PUT UPJT SCHOOL Stop signs have been erected at the corner of McGregor and Jones streets for westbound traffic on McGregor and north and south traffic on Jones. Another sign has been erected on McGregor across from the Baptist church to stop enstbound traffic. Clifford Aalfs .spent the weekend visiting at Minneapolis. 'Drusilla Caughlin began work last Thursday at the Peterson Studio. Mrs. Nellie McMahon, who recently had an operation at Minneapolis, is reported improving. State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh returned to Des Moines Monday night, after the week-end here. George Kanouff left recently for Iowa City, where he has enrolled as freshman in the university. Mrs. William Dehnert, Leon Dehnert and Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman spent Monday at Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch left Sun- . . day for a week fair. at the world's M>rs. Lou Quinlan, Hollywood California, arrived Saturday for a. month with her sister, Mrs. H. E. O Solo Mio. Forty persons attended. The next meeting will be held the first Tuesday evening in November at the Trinity Lutheran church. Herman Bchultz, Cedar Falls, was an Algona visitor last Thursday .He and his wife came to attend the funeral at Burt of Her- jman's brother Ben's wife, who died at the Cherokee state hospital, he editorial staiff of The iForum magazine, but is now with Vanity ttl , ^ uc ^..c.^^,,^ a *~^ —, r —, Fair. where she had long been a patient. •Betty Barry began work recently j Ben lives at Qriswold. 'Another or the Godden Monument Co. She j brother is Fred'k Schultz, Lone vorks part-time for the Upper Des' Rock merchant. It is 32 years since Moines, and the rest of the week j Herman left Burt, Where he ran lor the Godden company, where she | what is now the Smith Bros, store. s substituting for Carlotta Kan- i For a good many years he lived at ouff, now attending school in Chi- — • . - .. ._...- cago. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn Dike, moving thence to Cedar Falls, where he has for the last .four years been secretary of a credit as- Whittemore Corn Test it Checked Whittemore, Oct. 3 — To satisfy curiosity relative to the superiority of Hi-flBred corn over the-local-variety Walter Vaudt planted a test acre last spring, two rows ot Hi- Bred and two rows of home-frowtt alternating. One hundred and fift* hills of each variety ha' f§fi picked at three points in the and the Hi-!Bred yielded 36 poonM more. The approximate yield frM •figured at 92.7 •• bushels to the MM for Hi-Bred and 82.6 bushels for, home-grown. , came last week Wednesday from i sociation. He lost a daughter in Des M&ines to spend several days 1918 and his first wife a few years here. Gerald was graduated from later. One son lives at Boone, and the Benjamin Franklin school of a son and a daughter are still at accountancy and law, Washington, home. D. C., last spring, but as yet has' not found work. Mrs. Samuel Hedrick, Mason City, ^~ *,.~..~~ .-„, .,-_.., — her daughter Velma spent Satur-J guest iFriday ;at E. - J. Murtagh's day and'Sunday with the former's 'here. Other guests were Mrs. H. mother, Mrs. William Dehnert. Mrs. 1O. Buell, Mrs. Loren Hodgson, the »»_ .»_! _»_ T. ._ * _. * • 11 _ J? ln*4-*\w'« rl mi ivWt nv»a TOllf Vi OTI/1 THd. bas Mrs. Brahm Watkins, Fort Madi son, was visiting Burt relatives and old friends last week, and was a Rist. Florence Dehnert, student at the Hamilton college of commerce, Ma— "" spent the week-end at son City, home. Hedrick, who has not been well of late, suffer from a nervous disorder. She is employed in a luncheonette at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky spent Sunday with the latter's bro- • ther at Eldora and brought herei cease °- latter's daughters Ruth and Es ther, and Mrs. Rebecca McDonald Mr. Hodgson is Mrs. Watkins brother. Her son, who lives a' Storm Lake, came for her Sunday Mrs. Watkins —,—.... v.^xi.v.. mnnalrl Whito nml T>anl Hamil iner at Jiiiaora ana orougm. nere „-• I M^SttThTacclSZ "If S leHStaff VodJK wta» «»• {- «• ««J Voungstown Ohio i^- 30- ^rS-si^ssri H^JL" T^** ^ ™>** «"• sJSinrth.'siS'idSiSi™" husband, now known Burt de . . occur at these intersections unless preventive measures were taken. Mr. Merritt appeared before the city council at its regular meeting last Thursday night, and the signs were in place Saturday. Mr. Merritt said that cars had ine. There were o score in the second half till the ilocked punt by Fairmont provided IITS TO $20 j best we have fin. 20 years, but s? Buy now. no serious threats they are visiting the world's till tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young, Eldora, and two children spent the week-end with Mrs. Young's sister, Mrs. H. B. White. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman are parents of a girl, born Satur- IIW.ROU jIUlll l)J J <*H IllUllt (JIUVIUUU -•••o "•• "..»- j^w..j.., n.^ i.vy.tii* diiu viiw •the break which enabled the visi- ne a r accidents have caused them to ;ors to jscore. The kick for extra move to the 'awn behind the house. point failed; the ball barely got to{ No ordinance was passed, but the goal posts, and was knocked down. The lineup for Algona follows: right end, "Red" Bradfield; right tackle, Harold Martinek; right guardi'-.Stanley McDonald; center, Lewis Moore; 'left guard, James Moore; left tackle, Harold Cos- 'grove.; left end, Edward Ostrum. been radn^on both Jones a^d Me- £ ^rfHanselS "me" Gregor streets past his funeral day> Mr8 ' Hanselman was »«ner home, and that at times this summer, when the family had been sitting on the porch, the noise and the s a sister of Mrs. Kresensky, is spending a month here. 'Edmund Capesius, southeast of Algona, who was graduated from ;he local academy last spring, has mtered Columbia college, Dubuque, . , •In the backfield were Kenneth Qainp, quarterback; William Mann 1 1 W Y/1V11JII*11\,I_, TV C*O JJdOOtVI) UUL Oi lotion to erect the signs was made and adopted. Technically the signs have no le- al standing, except as a means_ of stablishing negligence, for with- ut an ordinance there is no pen- ,lty for violation. However, in ase of an accident, evidence on vhether a stop was made would and ^ ally good one ly Leona Hauenstein. Mrs. Daniel Kelly, Emmetsburg, left last week Wednesday, after everal days with -her daughter, Urs. W. W. Sullivan. The Rev. J. Robert Hoerne_r at- ended a Congregational district association meeting at Mason City Tuesday and yesterday. Mrs. W. C. Dewel returned last night to Evanston, 111., for another series of .x : ray treatments. She ex- >ects to come home in three weeks >robably be of major importance n establishing negligence. An ordinance may be passed at the next :ouncil meeting. HIGH SCHOOL BAND TO FOLLOW TEAM SATURDAY D. Wane Collins,,, high schoo jand instructor, plans, to take th<- tiand to Esthervjlle Saturday afjier- hoon, if enough automobiles can be obtained to take the 60 members Football fans who plan to atten( the Algona-Estherville footbal game Saturday at Estherville ant are willing to take members of the band are requested by Mr. Collins ! some years he was a guard in '„_ j Fort Madison penitentiary and ros to be deputy waden. Then he serv ed successively as deputy sherif and sheriff in that county, and a death was serving as deputy gam The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJos entered Columbia college, uumique, , *"- "~ ¥ - -— -~ . 'j " '.v- for a pre-medic course. His par-™* entertained friends from th ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, former's old home at St. Peter took him to Dubuque, and County i Minn., Sunday. They attended Auditor Butler, who was graduated morning services at the Fnrst Lui- __i •- •*..- theran church here and afternoon services at Bancroft. All _ of the visitors are connected with the Gustavus Adolphus college at St. Peter, of w.hich Mr. Sjostrand is a graduate and his father treasurer. The party included: Prof. Ove Olson, education, his wife, and son; Dr.. Joghua Larson, Swedish liter- from the college in 1928, went with them. Dr. Arlo D. Adams, his wife, and O. Madson, the tailor, drove to Chicago.'Friday night to attend the world's fair. Doctor Adams' principal mission, however, was to consult specialists about a cord in one of his hands which has for. a'year or two been showing a tendency to :ULS lu uimm uimit; ill ^ilIew wceiva "• w " ~ "~ — —~ ° ** ' • At promotion services at the contract and draw a finger towards Presbyterian Sunday school Sun- tne palm. day morning, 23 pins were awarded !or perfect attendance during the ast year. Mrs. J. S. Auner,- Des Moines, Anna Hamilton, of Antario, Calif., arrived Tuesday for a visit at the H. D. Hatching home. She is an aunt of Mr. Hutchins, and she '1U1O. Jt O* AU11C1 t J-/CO i*HJ!IlCO» ' - ' left Tuesday morning, after having lived here many years ago. Her spent the week-end with Mr. and brother, George Hamilton, of Des 1.11C YVCeiVCllVI WAl.ll 1TAI • W-11V4. g ' — « t Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles and other, Moines, and his family are friends here. I P ected Friday, and will go ex- on John Carlson. . P, V. Janse, returned last week Wednesday from Qhicagp, where she had spent several days at the world's fair and with a sister who lives at Evanston. •Beth Backus returned Monday Mrs. John M. Jordan and her son Saturday to Mankato and other Junior arrived Sunday from El points in Minnesota. Mr. Hamilton Paso, .Tex., for several weeks with « convention secretary of the Des the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moines Chamber of Commerce. - - After many years here the J. F. Gilmores, east of Algona, a.re pre* paring to nww to GlendaJej Calif- They expect to leave within a month, and their daughter, Mrs. Mildred Wright, will go with them. Mrs. Wright is advertising her and Perry White, halfbacks; George (Lichter, fullback. Substitutions follow: Geo. St. John for Bradfield; Atkinson for McDonald; Woodford for Atkinson; Adams for James Moore; Schuler for Mann; Paul Bell for White. HEWK-OFcToFFICERS INSTALLEDUST WEEK New officers of the local Knights ot Columbus council were installed last week Wednesday evening al the I. O. O. F. hall. E. J. McEvoy district inspector, deputized Ray Conley, Des Moines, state secretarj of the organization, for the instal lation, with T. C. Nolan, Emmets burg, as warden. Following instal lation lunch was served by State' Cafe and a smoker then took place Elective officers are E. J. Butler Grand Knight; M. T. McGuire, dep uty Grand Knight; Jos. Bestenleh ner, recording secretray; E. C. -Mo- ....„ „ .. .Mahon, financial secretary; E. J. ment makes it one «. -..- near a iMiruiweat *una ujcmvuio* • . , McEvoy, treasurer; F. C. Zender, equipped in northern Iowa, and Al- conference address by Bishop Dodge, came Monday morning to den"" ° r ' an 6 ' p?oud of the band than ever when ^ Mres _ , Nora lBu tler and the James'The Olsons live on the S. L. Olson A larse sroun from Emmetsburg it appears here or elsewhere on BuUerSi w.hittermore, were Sun-,farm, south of Hobarton. J» i«»t>»- ft'" »• .... T «,.f „,,!,!,•„ nfr-aein-ns •Beth tiacKus returned uaonaay »"=• ""&•— •= — •=> ••-from Chicago, where she spent the large flock of chickens for sale. All week-end at the world's fair with the other Gilmore children are al- her sister, Eleanor Backus, who •jMj*i* «*v . —*!—— u . w » -j . Her Slater, jiactViUJi .uavjvua, *»«« to call him and make arrangements j s attending the University of Du- More than $100 dollars' worth of j buaue. street drums were recently ordered , Mr> ^ MrSi K< Di j am es took by the band for street-parade use their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby, and drills between halves of foot-1 to Fort .rj 0 dge Sunday, and thence ba.ll games. They arrived Monday, < she left for j, er home, Council and Mr. Collins, aided by L. M. B i u ff s . ghe had been here two ready on the cost: Ercel and Ralph D., at Glendale; Lillian at Long Beach; and Mrs. Madge Fawcett at Seattle. A 7 3-4-lb. daughter was born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olson. The mother, who was Mabel The' ature, and' his wife; Prof. Samuel Johnson, Christianity, and his wife; and the Rev. Mr. SJostrand's par- entsrMrrand-Mrs.-C.' E.' Sjostrand. Dorothy Sellstrom, student at the college, came with them for a day with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon got home Saturday from a month with their daughter Gladys, who is Mrs. Otis Paddock, Glendale, Ariz. They were accompanied by the doctor's brother Albert and his wife, Independence, and the party traveled 4500 miles altogether,' going and coming, all without even a tire puncture. On the way they stopped at Denver to visit Glen Frost, brother of Mrs. Tribon who has a suburban general store there. They also visited the Grand Canyon, and after they reached Glendale .they visited the famous Carlsbad, N. M., cave which the J. B. Wheelocks visited a few weeks ago. A winding path descends into this cave 780 feet, and visitors are returned to the surface by an elevator. Glendale is in an irrigated district where cotton, oranges, grapefruit, and lettuce are the principal products, Mexicans doing most ot the The mother, who was Maoei Tae- •"-°. "--"_ ,^jri~^ works f or a s^jffitjaffi s «?™^=^,r Merritt, solicited the business men for enough money to cover the ex-i "-f h ~- Rev . A . English and his been employed at the hospital. Tne ' ^""'"p^Vc'k "conducts private pense. . I daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, drove baby is the first-born and she has -^ children in corrective This addition to the band's equip- b •.._.. .. ._ ,-— „„,„„,! r>o^,^,o A™ Mrs m- cids&ea - daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, rove y band's equip- to Humbo idt Friday afternoon to been named Patricia Ann. Mrs. Olof the best hear a Nort hwest Iowa Methodist son's father, who lives at Fort »» • " ress b * Be attended, the installation. Last public occasions Thursday evening Mr. McEvoy and '••Mr. Conley went to Emmetsburg to at $1.50 to $4.00 J Ledyard to Jewe11 Youth talks by Mr. Conley, and by L. V, Brennan, Emmetsburg, one of the state delegates to the council at Chicago. Schoolmasters i Meet at Ledyard day'dinner guests'of"county Audi-! Appendectomies Jvere performed ' Led rd O ct. 3—The first tor and'Mrs. E. J. Butler,'honoring at the Kossuth hospital Monday on h { maBters olub .meeting this the third birthday of Ruth Ann Fay Patterson, Algona, and Doro- \ h(jld here last Thursday Sutler. thy Peck, Corwith. Anna Richter, y Th(j , M e tl ,ddist, Aid'served Edward Yates, Clinton, •, III., is Wesley, underwent a major opera- banquet, and the meeting ,,. . v visiting his grandmother, William tion last Thursday, and Arthur, ' he , d upstair g. of ficers lor this Ledyard. Oct. 3—A wedding took Dehnerti an d looking for work here. Meyer, Irvmgton, had a tonsilec-: were elected: president, Supt. ! place Sunday at 2 p. m. at the L. He is the eldest gon of the former ( tomy Tuesday. Renetta Ann, 16 ;£ auritzeni Ledyard; vice, Supt. iA. Nitz home, when the daughter . Dehnert, who has four other months daughter of a Garner cou- lBanC roft; secretary-treasur- | Bertha was married to Howard °fa drm pie, was brought to the .hospita gr • t parsons> Swea City. The iJenson, of Jewell, in the presence! E< R Senstro ms returned I Monday for treatment for bowel, ' ior de clamatory date was set, of the immediate family andjhe, Sunday night from Gowrie, where' obstruction. Mrs. F. S. Norton, Al- ^ fhe hQVS , , baske tball tourna- Ex-Wesley Girl .;;— -n^others, Mrs . ^ Hurt in Accident i Lakotai and Mrs. Mary Poppe, here. ! T h e bride's cousin, Anita Gelhaus, jr^'feTJalSSSSSHsrs Sunday mgnt irom uuwne, WHCIC « U o^.-w.-... •—-• -• ~ . • , ,.._ they attended the funeral of Mr.' gona. entered the hospita yester- Sellstrom's mother. Mr. Sellstrom, day for medical treatment, went to Gowrie Friday, the rest go- She" suffered" a fracture of skull, and was hospital, Masoi. -.,.,. ----- was feared that she would not live ... , ceremony where the bride- KSS.'S.?J^tt « Sheriff Called to inrUU&ll VUC "».>• " -- ..Jihnllt run out of gas and stopped without lights.was the cause of collision. Three others in the same car ana K in the parkedI car,.were injured, not seriously. Lillian is the youngest daughter of 01.late Amandus Studer, who 1 ved m Wes ley from babyhood until after gi ad Start at [4.85 * than a year ago, le. corduroy and wool vests WJle they last at old prices. shipments now' in « the way at only perate increase over •Price. son City, for several years. Sheriff Installs Radio in Office Tame Bus Queen Helen Brewe"r7th7 so-called Mason Citv bus queen, who establisn- «1 the first bus line into Algona. has a biting tongue, it appears, and isn't afraid to use it. Last ; week Se was involved in a big .lawsuit with a tire 'company.. Judge T A. Beardmore. Charles City, heard the case. She found that he was going ing Sunday morning. Mrs. Harold Schnedler, Nora Springs, left Tuesday, after sever- The A. E. Claytons, of South Cresco, were Sunday dinner hosts to Mr. and Mrs. David Ward and , and the boys' basketball tournament will again be held at Algona and the girls' at Ledyard. Supt. dfrey, Lone Rock, was appointed choose a committee of music su- .ill&O) t\*LV * WWfcJX..-^ | ,,__-- , days with local relatives. She' gona, Mr. al «** « •• was""formerly Charline Beerman and used to be a popular clerk at the James drug store. Wade Sullivan drove to Des Moines Friday, and next day brought home his mother, who had pent two weeks or so at her broth>-in-law Daniel Sullivan's, Water- oo and with Des Moines relatives. -A. Hutchison and his • Oakdale arm, Portland township, tenant eft Tuesday morning for the Black lills to buy cattle for feeding this all and winter: Mr.'Hutchison re- ently bought a carload at Sioux ,ity. Mrs. Hazel Irwin and Mrs. Jane 31ark went to Marion Tuesday to ttend the state convention of the V, C. T. U. as delegates from the ocal Union. They rode with Mrs, August Peterson and Swea City lelegates. to Mr. and Mrs. David Ward ana -- - ~-- t fc ±ri^d w r, M ^K^';, ==i^s for an an- Jharles City, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Titonka, Mildred Clayton, Mason City, and Hattie Wilson and Mason (Jiiy, a.«« TIHH.IC ««io«»i <»««- marriages licenses at v««= n»o»«»»"> Evelyn Walters, Algona high school j court clerk ' S office last week: Ken- teachers. Mrs. Potter was former- j neth Bo ni ng er, Fenton, Hilda Wich- ly Rachel Clayton, and Mrs. Me- tenda h.i, Lone (Rock; John Hammer, he only'a temporary conven = « the short wave set when installed. iffs new Pastor loses Sister. uy ny*** ..,i, rt Ai&A tnB 101" urday, and ^-Rf^eser's' mother ^ a «^±d^ste H r U ^eatOska- loosa. at Minneapolis, republicans are eohaal is /J te f hPa ff n d a banquet Algonian Writes Collier's Story This week's Collier's _~ _ . Tshort story by Richard Sherman, Forum. ^ E. J. Gilmore Has'Operation. •B J: Gilmore and his son H. L Four Licensed to Wed. The following couples secured licenses at the district t Sioux City. Carlotta Kanouff is attending De raul university, Chicago, where she is also employed as private secretary to the university iDean. She is living with her sister, Mrs. Van Hauten, formerly Ravenna M. K jMr, U and Mrs. Sidney Wallburg, who operate the gas station at the intersection of Nos. 18 and 1«», drove to Chicago last week Tuesday to visit relatives and attend the world's fair. They returned Saturday. , Helen, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Hueser, had her tonsils removed at the General hospital Friday. Mrs. Gordon Barth, Huni- boldt, and her baby son, born September 17, were released from the hospital the same day. Members of the Seventh Day Adventist church and others will be interested to know that a special program, "Half Hour with the Bible and Music," is presented over radio station KKSO, Sioux Falls, every Sunday from B to 6:30. Martha Dewel, who recently returned to her homfe at Muskogee, "'okla., after a year with her aunt, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, has entered Junior college there. She was graduated from the. Muskogee high school a year ago last spring. •Richard T. Sherman, New YprH City, is spending the -week with to? parents. Mr. ajnd Mrs, T 0. Sher- * r»*_ i™ Al«*v «rsvit1tara.Qt QrtTl man 1 V J.Vt*ts*I^ * »j«»-^ •»»", .— — Whorter was formerly Gladys Clayton. Mrs, Hansen was formerly Agatha Caughlin. Mr. Potter has charge of a big dairy herd near Charles City. The Trinity Lutheran .Young •People's- society, h'eld a' business and social meeting at Luther hall Tuesday evening. A play, The Pemberton Mystery, written and directed by Elda and Esther Lavrenz, was presented. The following persons took part: Lillian Bollinger. Alice Geilenfeldt, Elda, Amelda, and Esther Lavrenz, and Arthur Boettcner. Between acts, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner entertained with humorous songs and sketches, Ada Fiene presented a Tongue Twister, and the cast sane lenticiiii, 4_*uuc iAV"**«v, «»~«~• Mary Manthei, both of Bode; John Romer, Verna Beck,, both of Algona; Howard R. Jensen, Jewell, Bertha M. Nitz, Ledyard. •• Before Taking That Vacation Trip jet Aetna Accident Tickets, Full coverage at low cost. We have them on hand at all times. II. N. KItUSE W8CBANCE AGENCY iviephone 186 Aigona, low* ..Foot Ball.. Sunday, October 8th 2:30 p. m. Athletic Field Algona Sac City Firemen vs Algona Independents Admission 40c and 20c Public Sale at the Riddle Sale Pavilien Saturday, Oct. 7 We are listing items every day, and our sales are growing larger every week. We are having yards and pens lined up to takl care of any livestock you have to sell. The following has been listed for the sale this Saturday. Seven steers and 8 heifers, wt. 600 to 700; roan cow. 3 yrs. old fresh in <>0 days; red heifer, 3 yrs. old, fresh in 90 days; 6 Smbs one buck; circulating heater; Atwater^ent battery radio cost *260, in No. 1 shape; malleable cook stove, good; walking plow; some chickens; 20 bu. Cobbler potatoes. We expect a lot more not yet listed. Bring what you have and exchang it for cash. \ TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed till settled for. C, O. Riddle Auct. PHONE 79 Shermans, *°r 9 tiiM j Responsibility Buy now, is a good slogan, but let me add, be sure and get your money's worth. We are living up to the NIRA 100 per cent. We sure want to see it go over big. We also feel a certain obligation to our customers. I feel I should protect them from high prices just as long as I can. The average family has tobuy things for winter whether they want to or not. I have a store crammed jammed full of the things you need and I will guarantee there will b«S no profiteering done at Neville's Shoe Store. We pursue the even tenor of our way. We sell as we buy. If I strike a bargain I hand you a bargain. You get the benefit of my buying dine-up which has taken years to establish. You get the benefit of volume buying for cash, and this year you get the benefit of my early buying at old prices. We have a store full of goods, bought especially for you. Shoes, overshoes, underwear, suede shirts and blazers, sweaters, hosiery, caps, pants, sheep lined coats, overcoats, and all kinds of furnishings at prices to correspond wittt present buying power. Later, when money is more plentiful, we will hit you harder. Just now we are using the soft pedal. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la. It's Smart and Sensible to BUY SHOES NOW! Black Suede and Kid Combination $5.50 Still priced'according, to "material and labor cost before the price rise. Every pair will cost more within a few days. 'ii. Vassar Tump of browu Mandruka Leather Fashioned by J. S. S. Co. $5.50 Because you'll be getting most important styles of the season—at the biggest savings of the season you will want to choose your fall shoe wardrobe this very week!

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