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SIX KOSStTTtt CQtttrtf ADVANCE, ALGOMA> TOWA FATHER FISGH DINNER GUEST AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Feb. G— The Rev. jMsgr. J. D. Pisch, LeMars, spent last week Tuesday, Wctlnestlay and Thursday here. Meijr. Fisch was pastor of St. John's Catholic church here eigrht years, was transferred to LoMars a year ago. Lost weok Tuesday evening 1 Mrs. "WJl'lam Vasko honored -him at dinner nit her home, and other guoste \v«ro tho Revs. J. F. Schultes, and Hem-y Pick, Mrs. Bridget Quinn eons Robert and Charles, daughters Julia and Marg-airet and her granddaughter, Madeline Quinn. Robert, a student at the St. Psvul seminary, Js spondinK si mid-e^meeter vacation with 'his mother. last Thursday noon M^esdames H. J. Guide, A. H. Fuchs, and J. H. Sheridan gave a dinner ait the Guide Ihomo foi- MBST. FJsch, and guests were tlio Revs.. 'Schultes, and Pick, Robert, Qtilnn, Mrs. Quinn, Mr. Sheridan, Mary and Clara Soppe, an<i Elisabeth Naber. Delores Thilges, of West Bend Is Married Tuesday Throo Celebrated — Three birthdays were celebrated last week. Wednesday was the Rev. J. S. Sditiltes 1 birthday, and that evening he entertained five priest at dinner: the Revs. P. Sturm, Led yard and T. J. Davcrn, Algona, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. D. Fisch, LeMars tho Rov. Mike AVendl, Spencer, the Rev. Georgtt Theobald, St. Joe, am the Rev. Henry Pick, Bancroft. Fri day Mrs. Imeida Doyle celebrated her 70th birthday, and Mrs. C. r Hansen, Mattie AVinkel, Mrs. Alfred Pearson, airs. Henry Nag-le, Mrs. Kate Bolster, Mrs. John Clement, Mrs. William Connelly, Mrs. Jos. Helinsky, Mrs. Hemia.n Keoprath, and Mrs. Ray Doyle attended a party at her home. St. John's Wins B. B. Games— Tho St. John basket ball team defeated itho Whittemore hig-h school team on the local floor last week St. Joe, Feb. 7—At 9 o'clock this week Tuesday morning took place itho marrtoffe of Dolores, daughter of Mrs. August Thtlgres, West Bend, to Joseph Keene, St. Joe, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Keene, Whittemore, nit St. Peter and Paul's church, West Bend. The bride wore n, whtto satin g-own and veil, with accessories ito match, land carried a. bouquet of roses. She was attended by her sister Irene, who wore pale green flait crepe, with matching: accessories, and carried a boiiquet. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Donald. A reception was given at the bride's parental 'homo for the newlyweds and CO relatives. A three- course dinner was prepared by Mrs. J. P. Mertz, Algona, Mrs. Roy iveene, West Bend, Helen Heiderschledt, St. Joe. A wedding dance was given by the couple the same night ait the West Bend I^eglon hall. Mr. and Mrs. Keene will live on a farm near St. Joe after .March 1. Persons from distance who attended the wedding were the Tony Keenes, Des Moinee, and the Mike Heiderscheidts, Bancroft. Tuesday evening, 56-15. The score kit the half was 27-3. Deitering-, for Bancroft, made 17 points. St. John's also won a double-Tieader on the local floor Monday evening, defeating- St. Cecelia's, Algona, 40-10. The score nit the half was 1S-4. The St. John's seconds defeated St. Cecelia's seconds, score 18-13, score ait the Sliowcr Honors Dolores ThUges— A grocery and miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon nit the St. Joseph hall in honor of Del ores Thilges. Some 200 women ait tended, and the afternoon was spen •at cards. There were 21 tables of 55( and Mrs. Henry Boi-mann won first prize. There were also iseven tables •oC bridge, and Marie Fisch won first. The bride's gifts were displayed on a long table, were the> were inspected by the guests. Lunch was served by the 'hostesses who were the bride's aunts, Bode Girl (o be Bride- Banns of marriage were announced Sunday for the secod itime at the Sacred Heart church, Livermore, fir Mabel Hoover, Bodt, and Edward Hansen, Livormore. Last Card Party Announced— Another card party, the last before Lent, will be given nexlt Sun- Lay nig-hit in the St. Joseph (hall. half 6-6. St. John's here Friday. plays Seneca Big Card Party Crowd— A largo crowd attended the card party and dance at 'the Forester ball last week Wdnesday evening. Mrs. Mike Droessler and J. H. Sheridan won high at bridge, Mrs. P. J. SchiKz and Ed Lampe low. Esther Schiltz and Ambrose Vaske won hig-h at 500; Evelyn Van Allen, Algona, and Leo Wllhelmi low. Kelley's Kellodlans, Biitt, played for the dance. Sodality Gives Card Party- Cards were played ait 42 tables at a St. John's hall Sunday evening party sponsored by the Young Ladies' Sodality. Collette C. "Welp and F. J. W-elp won the high scores at bridge, Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and A. H. Fuchs low. Mrs. Alphonse Len\sing ami Ambrose McBride won high ait ,500, Elizabeth Lattimer and John Sprank, Lone Rino, low. Baptist Rally is planned— Tho Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bryden, Mrs. F. L. Bennett, Mrs. Albert Cutler, ond Mrs. Leonard Cutler were at Estherville last week Wednesday and at Mrs. P. w. Hemphill's planned a program for a missionary rally at Forest City. Mrs. Hemphill is president of women's work for the Northwestern Baptist association. Girt Has Leg Abscess— (Marietta Gilbertson, employed in the grocery department at the Kennedy deportment store, has been unable to be at work since Saturday noon on account of an abcess on her right leg. 'Two New Babies Named— The young son of Mr. and Mrs. [Alfred J. Haupert has been -named Richard Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Boderius have a daughter, born February 1. Girl's Appendix Is Removed— Marvel Drew, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, was operated on for appendicitis at the local hospital early Sunday morning. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. AVhalen, Mason City, spent Monday at the C. J Stauder and Charles Baker homes. Tho son Leo and his wife spent the day at the Jos. Sandschulte and Tom Garry homes. Mrs. Leo Whalen is a daughter of the Sandschulites and a sister to Mrs. Garry. Goldle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ed Unger, was eight Saturday, and that afternoon Eileen and Dorothy Lieurance Hugh and Alice linger Eugene and Marjorio Fechter How ard, Charles, and Wan-en Thompson, and Phyllis Lewis attended \ Burprise birthday party at her •] . The Paul Beckers, Eag-le Grove come up Sunday W Hh Clarence Dits^ worth to visit Mrs. Josephine Beclt er, Humboldt, spent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Josephine Becker Mr and Mrs. Ed. McGuire, Rapids, ha,, dhmer lasft w ^ day evemne W ith Mr. and Mrs Leonard Cutler. They were visiting Mrs. McOulro's folks at Ledyard Mr and Mrs. R. j. Doyle emter . ' Quinn ' ~ ' ^ Robert and Chaa-les, Mr. and Mrs J Rahe, and Mrs. Imelda Doyle ' at dinner Sunday evening. Joseph and Leone Droessler got home- last Monday from Dubuque Chicago, and Des Molnes, wh ere they had spent four weeks with relatives. Madeline Stoeffel, of went home Sunday, after weeks at Allfred Haupert's. Algona, sevei-al ADVANCE WANT ADS 6ELL The Mrs. John Frideres' Circle will have charge. Fanners Do Tlielr Butchering— Much summer butchering has been done in the last few weeks. Other St. Joe. Tom Devine has been driving a Model A Ford truck since last week. He formerly had a Chevrolet truck. Henry Zelmet Jr. is driving a new Plymouth he recently purchased at Da.kota City. Nicholas Becker left last week Wednesday by train from Fort Dodge for Sioux City, after several days with relatives. His brother Thomas took him to Fort Dodge. Stella Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reding, returned to school Monday, after an absence of twelve weeks caused by sickness This is her first year at school. Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch, was taken to Fort- Dodge with Sioux City, after several moval of her tonsils. She was brought home last Thursdlajy Mrs. J, B. McNeill and her daughter Jean returned recently from a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Shiplee, near Huntley, Minn. Mm. Matt Kirsch, who recently underwent a ruptured appendicitis operation at Mercy hospiital, Fort Dodge, is again at home. Joseph Berte has been bought home, and is convolescing- from re- eenit major operation at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Junior, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Pctre Bormann, fell from a choir last week and bruised one of his arms. James Reding son Alfred, Caspar Thilges, and Fred nig drove to Cur- He, Minn, recently to visit relatives. A considerable number ifrom here attended a shower at Algona Sunday afternoon for Ella Naumann. Peter Erpelding- and Nick Bormann Jr. attended a farm sale near Pioneer last week Wednesday. Anna Kayser returned last week Wednesday after several days at Nick Eischen's, near Cylinder. Edward Kellner has been critically sick with the flu and complications, but is slowly Improving. The Herbert Bengee, near Bradgate, were Sunday afternoon visitors at William Hammer's. Dora Hilbert, employed at Poca- hontaa, spent Saturday and S-unday with relatives here. Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were' at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. Loretta Gales, Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, >spen,t Saturday and Sunday here. Margaret Fisch is taking care of thu household duties at the Matt Kirsch home. Genevieve Gisch, Danbury, spent from Friday till Sunday with relatives here. The A. C. Holtzbauers, Algona, spent Sunday at John Hammer's. 300 STN GRADERS IN COUNTY WRITE EXAMS TOMORROW (Held from last week) More than 300 eighth graders in the county schools will write the annual tests tomorrow at various town sdhools. Nearly 110 will write here. Subjects for examination are penmanship, spelling, reading, history, and physiology. Arithmetic, grammar, geography, and civics will be written later. The examination questions are being given out this week by County Supt. -Shirley to teachers. Of interest is the fact that Kossuth, eighth, ninth, and tenth graders are to write a special questionnaire this week for a University of Wisconsin survey which is also sponsored by the national committee on boys' and girls' clubwork. Mary Eva Duthie, who is a candidate for a Wisconsin master's degree, is conducting tihe survey here. The questions in this survey are designed to -bring out the at- 2 titude of pupils towards their farm homes, their farm duties, and farm conditions as seen by the children. An intelligence test is also part of the questionnaire. Kossuth county is .the only VINGTON GRLSPINEY WOODSPUPILS Irvington, Feb. 6—The last issu of The Pine Tordh, a little pape published at the Piney Wood school for colored students in Mis sissippi, carried a report of th ups and downs of 1933. In spite o a decrease in financial gifts, ow ing to the depression, the 12 larg est money gifts alone amounted tc more than $5,600. The girls' dor mitory, the building of which ha., been retarded because of financia difficulties, will .be completed immediately if $2,600 can be raised Mr. Jones has hopes of getting the building finished and occupied by February 12. Irvington people are especially interested in the school because of Bernice and Blnora 'Boldridge, who have been students there. School Program is Oiren— A program presented by Irvington school pupils at the church Friday was well attended. Besides the operetta, The Inn of the Golden. Cheese, the following readings county in Iowa used in this test, but one county in Minnesota and one in Wisconsin are also used. Kossuth county was picked as most typical in Iowa. Only nine teachers wrote coun- y uniform teachers' examinations ast week Wednesday, Thursday* and Friday. Seven wrote here and two at Cedar (Falls. Writing lere were Josephine Sleeker, Ti- ;onka; (Doris May Harrington, wea City; Irene R. Cink, Algona; -.auretta M. Elbert, Grace Adeline arlisle, ' Whittemore; Wanda M. Waltman, Hurt; and Catherine L. Scliulz, Irvington. Margaret Sleper and Anna M. Welhousen, both of Titonka, wrote at Cedar Falls. South Cresco Lewis Wilclln Sr. ds Improving, Mrs. Wildin ia up most of tflie day, and George is able ito stt up. Mrs. Wdldin and George have 'had a nervous breakdown. The other son, who recently had a foot amputated art. the Kossuth hospital, is improving, and may be taken 'home next week. He now gets about with crutches. Mrs. Rome Robiacm got home Monday, after five days with her daughter, (Mrs. H. I. Sabin, members of whose family are recovering from the flu. Newton Taylor will be brought home this week Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital, where lie recently had an operation for appendicitis. He will be taken to William. Batt Sr's. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchoy enitertJained Alberta. Grosenbach Sexton, and Dolph Miller, Algona, Sunday. Mesdames J. M. Cox and Earl Miller were guests Friday of Mrs. J. F. Schoby, Algona. John Miller and Harold Sabin were with the latter's grandmother, Mrs, Eatella gab- in. William Runcheya and Hazel Powell spent Sunday at Earl Powell's, Mason City. Among pupils -writing eigth grade examinations at Algona Friday were Mairy Runchey, Helen Erickson, Nora Blanchard, Bernice and Roman Thilges, Eugene Muller, Lloyd Brandow, John Wagoner, John Miller, and Harold Sabin. Mrs. Ilia Ashing, Algona, was at M. C. Worster's early in the -week. were given: Calling on the Minister's Wife, Helen Iieigh; Mandy's Wedding, Betty Mae Miller; At the Shoe Store, Marvel Dole; Junior, Francis Minert; piano duet, After- School March, Helen and Ruth Leigh. A piano solo was played by Ruth ILeigh, and a goodnight song was sung by the school. At the! close of the program a 16c lunch was sold in the Annex, and $7.25 was realized. The sum IB.to be divided between the girls' and 'boys' school clubs. Aid Meeting is Advanced— The Aid met last Thursday afternoon at the annex, with Mesdames V. J. Sohichtl and M, iL. Roney, hostesses, 14 members and five visitors were present. The business meeting was opened by two hymns, followed by a prayer •by the Rev. A. English. Nearly $26 consisting of chicken money, initial dues, and the regular dues, was added to the treasury. The next meeting, which was scheduled for March 1, has been .set for February 22, due to moving. Mrs. John Schulz and Mrs. George Wolf will be hostesses. Cemetery Association Meets— _ The annual meeting of the Irvington Cemetery association took place at the elevator office las week Wednesday afternoon. Monti! Parsons was appointed sexton to succeed Albert Butterfleld, who Is moving from this vicinity. Thfe other officers were re-elected. They are: president, Frank Weber; vice president, M. L. Roney; secretary- Mark Jones; treasurer, M< E. Wore •ter. Sim Leigh, Harry Sabin, «nt Henry Kuhlman are on the boar< of directors. All debts are pait and the treasury is in good condition.' , Woman's F, B. Will Meet- There will be an all-day meeting of the woman's Farm Bureau the home of Mrs. R. H. Skilling this week Wednesday. Those attending are required to take a pencil and paper for notes, and a covered dish for the noon luncheon. "Home Laundry Problems," lesson 3, and "Acquiring a Comfortable Bed", lesson 4, will .be studied. H. D. A. Muriel Leaverton will be present. Many Pupils Hare Chicken Pox— OPupils who have been out of school with chicken pox, and whose parts in the operetta had to 'be ubstituted by others, are Phyllis Maxwell, Betty Gronbach, and Shirey Roney. There are only two of he 35 pupils who have not had the hicken pox during the winter or reviously. They are Thelma and Rollan Spurgeon. isit Former Algona Girl- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Reaper and aughter (Bernice drove to Wool- tock (Sunday and were guests of •Ir. and Mrs. Donald Bechie. Mrs. echie was formerly June 'Latimer, Igona. Before her marriage early ast fall she was employed for several weeks at the Charles Reaper home. Mr. Bechie is a former Webster City man. Illinois Visitor Called Home- John Mollhattin, who had been with his sister, Mrs. !Lucy Reaper, for several weeks, returned to his home at Lanark, 111., this we ek Monday. Mr. Mclhattin intended to stay here longer, but was called home on business. He plans to return here early in the spring and remain through the summer with Mrs. 'Reaper. News of Irvingrton's Sick- Mrs. Hattie Burlingame, who has been ill and confined to her bed, id now reported better and able to bel around. Mrs. A. <D. Headley haa also been on the recent sick list, Mrs. Harry Sabin has been suffering from an unusually hard attack of flu. Mr$. fedme . ftoirfmA been with hef for several days. ' Furewell tot Sunim*»rs Fftfflii?— , A group of friends recently'en- Joyed a supper and evening at the Austin Summers home. The occasion was in honor of the filers family, who lf» triorlnt this week fitftdV to 1 fttftft ftfeif Clelf tAkfc Mf. and Mrs, RAlph (Lett entertained ilt dinner last Saturday Ofefiing ift theif honor. . The . 'Canto & complete Uft« of of. flee Swift & Company Butter fat -Poultry - Eggs Where Every Day is Pay Day / AIDED BY OLD m 'Wr thirty years i- H N itt* Souring food Choked me, since is a thing of the BUSINESS DIRECTOR! K088UTH COUNTT Newspap aa TYPEWRITES CARBON BOTH WIDE AND NARROW Kossuth County Advance. LEGAL NOTICES Irvington Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ditsworth, Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lucy (Reaper. The Roy Hecklins and Reward Thorntons were Sunday guests at the Douglas Riley home. The F. L. Millers spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, near Eurt. Mrs. Cook, Algona, spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Lew Schichtl and family, here. Mrs. Otto Jlamus, (Lu Verne, is visiting with Mrs. Anna Sankey. Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi and children visited last week Friday with Mrs. Nina Schichtl. Mr. Morris and son Braddie, Des Moines, recently epent a day at the Wm. Boldridge borne. Austin Summers Jr. and Robert Summers were honored by their teachers and schoolmates with a farewell party at the schoolhouse last Thursday afternoon. The boys were presented with a gift, and a luncheon of fruit salad and cake was served. _ Mrs. M. L. Roney, who slipped on ice in Algona last week Wednesday and painfully injured one leg, is much improved. Mrs. Charles Egel has been ill with tonsilitis. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on a text taken from Job 5:0, "My life is swifter than a weaver's shuttle." It is reported that the roads near Corwith are undergoing resurfacing. NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will .be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., February 15th, 1934, for furnishing material as follows: 1-50.000 bd. ft. fir bridge lumber; 60,000 >bd. ft. creosoted yellow pine; 2 carload red cedar piling; 2 carload creosoted piling; and 3,600 feet of 15-in. culverts. Additional information may be secured at the office of the County Engineer, Algona, Iowa. E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. Jan. 29-th, 1934. 20-21 NOTICE OP SHEBIFFS STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. S3. _ Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day of December, 1933, in favor of Ellen A. Packard, as Executrix of the Estate of H. R. (Packard, deceased, as plaintiff, and against W. H. Martin and Susie F. Martin, as defendants, for the sum of Twenty-six Thousand -Five Hundred Ninety-seven and 59/100 (J26597.59) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three Hundred Twenty-three and 57/100 ($323.57) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said W. H. Martin and Susie F. Martin, Earl M. Anderson et al to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South One-half (S%) of Section Thirty-three (33) in Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth P. M. m Kossuth county, Iowa: and I will proceed to sell said property, or BO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with coats and accruing costs at public auction, &> the highest bidder, for cash. In hand on the 2nd day of March, 1934 at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county. Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m., of said day, when and where due attendance -will be given by the undersigned. £ ated this 31st da y of January u4« ov ... CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. Q o T, By Casey T<oss ' Deputy. S. G. Bammer, Plaintjffe Attorney. 21-22 Mrs. F. L. Tribon will hold her rummage sale in Neville's Toggery Friday and Saturday February 9 and 10 *™ . , thls 8tock over to me to SELL and every last article must go by Saturday night I have percales wash goods, woolens, men's and woml S hose, underwear, 100 of the best children's wash trice. ° f y ° U ^ USG rlght now » and at This Sale starts at 9 a. m. Friday. • Iowa, Under thej of March 2, 1878. ' == — LAWYEHS 7. B. Quarton. H Law Offices Phon«i: Office 427, resident,! Algona, Iowa. *' I. BOIfAl _... Attorney-at-Law _Offlce Iowa State Bank Ottk» phone 468-W. B UTTERFAT doesn't improve with age. A chicken* ready for market, strutting through the barnyard, is merely a non-paying boarder. An ancient egg ia more useless than a month-old daily newspaper. The time to sell produce is the day it's ready for sale. Swift & Company will buy it that day.' • • , ' - ' Swift & Company's produce plants- more than a hundred—are open six days a week. Each one is ready and anxious to buy from its farm patrons when their products are most valuable, and to pay cash on delivery. Prices paid are competitive. They are based, not on local conditions, but on national supply and demand. Swift's Broofcfield Butter and Eggs, Swift's Premium Chickens and Golden West Fowl, all can and do go where they most eagerly desired. * SULMVAK, MeMAllON A J. W. Sullivan B. E . Mc] L. KJ. LJnnan Attorneya-at-Law Phone*: Office, 261; j. w a. B. MCM., 408. A ,™- B o , B. J. Harrington j. _•:•••.• Attorneys-at-'Law Phone 2S7 R. j Office over Postofflce. •. J. TAW KB88, O..W. 8Tf ' Phone •^•^HI^HIB 9. D. Bhumway lowa Attomeya-at-Law Mf Ice In Qulnby Block .Phone B8 - : . , .t. A. WINKKI7 ^^ Atttorney-at.LaiT . Office In Qulnby Bulldini Phone 180 HIBAK B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State "">"«> 20«. . AJgona, 1 ace P. A. DAITSON Attoraey.At.Lan Office over Iowa State «« Phones: Office. 460-J.; R es | CAEJWL A. WANDEB" Attom0y.at.Law Office orer Foatofflce. Phone <6 Algt< | A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON I THEODORE ,C. HUTCH Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 261 DOCTORS — ^ Swift & Company salesmen, selling butter, eggs, poultry, cheese and meats at the same time on their rounds, cut down distribution costs of both. Swift & Company JOHN W. KFNEFICK Physician and Bnr B con Office over Rexall th-ug Sti Office phone 800 Rea. phone S26. C. H. CBETZMETER, M. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Oalbraith Bio Phones 444-310. Algona fi'iiiiiiiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiwiiiiiHuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimHiiiiiHi Mail a Want to Fill a Want In the same or farm, you to take cow, to pa.ture, etc. All .uch .dyerttatof U wile*'' At tat urn* tin* tt ••7 Un* of advertiser Mi Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Leas Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamp.. Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order nu •••.•«*»»«» M. D. PfcTilelM .nd Surgeon Office on South Dodge Str«Phone.: Office, 686; reflldenctl Algona, Iowa WALTBB FBA8BR, „. . Physician and Burgeon Office In Qulnby Bide., Room) Phone No. 12 JfBLVnr G. B00ENB Physician aid Burgeon Office In Poatofflce Block , Phone*; Office, 197; realdenci,| W. B. ANDREWS, B. 0. Oifcxvathle Phjrihln ..d SUL located in General Hospital I Phone*: Office 187. Ren. Ml CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name Address.._ How many weeks is advertisement to run? 1 " - Amount enclosed $ DB, H. M. OLSON Denttot Oa* or novocalne u*ed tot ' traction. Located over ChrlatenBen Phoaea: Bualneaa 166, resident* <| AJgona, Iowa Bsss^sasa== VETERINARIANS L, W. FOX '.* B, WINKBL TeterfaiarUBi W«it State Street, AlgoniJ Phonea; Office, 4?6*W.: res. ( ' ' BB=^SS=== INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY Ml ^_ DfSUEAirCK ASSOCIATIO; Orer 116,000,000 wo,rth of m force., A home company. secure. p. D. Paxson, Se MIMEOGRHPi ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Vv:<

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