Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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12,1934: nen > (h6 A*e u lir tournament'last men each, were and win- County Supt. the organization ° Shirley, made score, 1333, only 17 points team below at the PAGE FIVH Trio .3974 ,-.-. . 3970 Is Oarage __ 3961 ,_3967 .3954 .3951 Boys " 3916 VS 591K Boys 3915 i> .......... ___ 3868 li mark'sme'n'w'ere to Jin" The Geo. W. Godfreys, Ames, were here again Sunday. (Magnus Lichter, student at Ames, spent the week-end at home. Elbe Van Dqrston has secured a position in a soda grill at Newton. The Baptist Young (People's Union will serve supper this evening at the church. St. Cecelia's Guild will .give a card party and dance at the Academy this evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Edythe Dailey, son Bill, and Mrs. Mildred Topf spent Sunday with relatives at 'Minneapolis. The Girl Friends club met with Margaret Dodds last Thursday •evening, seven members .present. Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Stock spent Sunday at State Center, guests at Mr iStock's ibrother Clifford Stock's. T. A. Trauger attended a district •meeting o£ national reemployment office managers at Fairmont Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren got home Saturday morning from San t .ta (bank, 600 rounds long d ! shells to rifle and MIS *•" •"*&" i '. Burner's, box candy .'-ers- Fisher's Cafe, ;;i de to each champion ' club, membership one Antonio, where winter. they spent the u dinner to m inning" second; Call tits to second-place win- Imolte Shop, box G. « "• cl Ithird place winners on botlb [silver Grey Cafe, Sunday [to Mh place winners in. Ley; Smith pool hall, car. ets to 'both lowest teams. Mr. and Mrs. (Henry Reimers and Mrs. Dorothy Gerhard, all of Fenton, were guests at Henry Wegener's Sunday. (Frances Zender, Hazel Potter, Bertha Kuchenreuther, and Mrs. Robert 'Larson spent Saturday at Mason City. The Royal Neigh'bors will meet at tihe Legion hall this evening. The presence of all officers is particularly desired. A religious drama, The Lost Church, will toe presented at the Good Hope clhurdh next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. spent four months here, went to Chicago with her fi on and his wife. Tiho latest typo of rug-cleaning machinery has been installed by the Modem Dry Cleaners. It combines a revolving brush which washes dirt out with a vacuum-suction apparatus w hi dhi removes it. The equipment is similar to that employed in Uu-Rc city establishments. On the way to Algona yesterday Hniiry Scheppmann, of the -Irvington neighborhood, picked up a lost package wrapped in the sports section of tho DCS iMoinns Register and brought it to the Advance office, where the owner may reclaim it. It contains a pair of pants and a vest. Jlelen and Winifred Brown, Cincinnati, left for home Saturday, after two weeks hero. Helen, who is in the employ of the Retail Druggists Insurance company at Cincinnati, was sent out to learn the system of bookkeeping followed at the Haggard & Falkenhainer insurance offices. F. II. Frederickson, Great Falls, 'Mont., who was called to Hum- iboldt last week by news of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. 'Charles Frederickson, spent Saturday with his mother-in-law, Mrs. E. C. 'Dickinson. He will leave for homo Monday. His wife is the former Helen Dickinson. iF. D. iMathes was expected home yesterday from Wichita Falls, Tex., where he was recently called news of the serious illness of his brother Lynn, who suffered a ruptured appendix some weeks ago Mr. Mathes left Wichita Falls Sunday night, and at that time Lynn suUh hospital last Thursday. Ton- Killectomies were performed on Grace Harp, Lakota, and Mrs. Oatman, Algona, Monday, and Donald •Mnt.hc.son, yesterday. James Stacy had a major operation Tuesday, an<l Mrs. A. K. Krcsensky a minor operation Friday. Mrs. Leonard Klocke, Wesley, entered the hospital Saturday, and C. J. Smith, Algona, yesterday, both for medical treatment. 'Last week Wednesday's Chicago Journal of Commerce reprinted a recent Advance editorial entitled Can You Sell Your Goods at Your Own Price? It was based on a recent Swea City report that A. H. more than 4,000,000 automobiles have been driven so long without new tires that there is now a great market opening up. Already demand is growing, and this summer sales are expected to surpass all records. Attorney J. D. Lowe drove to River Falls, Wis., Saturday and spent tho week-end with his mother. 'River Falls is in the center of the flood district, and he was sur- psised one morning last week to find a picture of a fallen railroad trestle at his old home town pictured in the 'Des Moines 'Register. Many times he walked across this trestle on a shortcut to school. A NELSON CRAWFORD, WHITTEMORE, IS 84 Whittemore, Apr. 10 — Nelson linn ]„! 1 i ,' 11 -*• biC.-Sbl^ \Jll tl, OJUJlL^Ul, \,\J OVjllUUl. .fX 1 uncleby .had in ad to call off a (leal-'coincidence disclosed when denizens et h auction of farm machinery he- upstairs over the postoffice corn? , C T « CI '. e ncw gootls naretl notes concerning the picture forbade their sale at less is that when Mr. Lowe ,was thus, U.m leRular retail prices. This using the trestle "Andy" Anderson, was ho second recent Advance edi- gra in office manager in the office tonal reprinted m the Journal of next east of him, was depot agent uommorco. Ion the railroad in the same town. Two University of Iowa mvosti- Neither knew o£ the other's ac- Bators Dr. T. IB. McDonnell and Dr.'quaintance with the town till the H. R. Anderson, were high school visitors Tuesday and yesterday. They attended a number of classps of the picture appeared. Last week's Swea -City Herald a. HUlll'UUI UI tJlUSB( J s *. » ... . j. ... wihich have made ei-' had thl \. to Sa , y ° f a senes of , Ser " get on teaching meth- SINCE 1872 iKathryn Misbach, who teaches at Alvord, spent the week-end at home, and her brother Leigh ton took her back Sunday. ILloyd and Zora Keith, Evelyn |ral services will be held this at the Presbyterian [for Mrs. L. T. Griffin, who tesday from an embolism ing an operation ten days (the Kossuth hospital. I Griffin's maiden name was Sammer, and she was born 1 16,1868, in Goodhue coun- n. Her parents moved to j county when she was four jbld. Sine was married to IT, Griffin August 31, 1884, [ree children, were 'born: Mat.. Mrs. F. G. Urch, West Con- pn.; Fay W., who died at i another daughter who died Incy. There are six grand- Griffin, who lhad lived here j all her life, was a member | Presbyterian church and tlhe , E. S. The Eastern Stars ^ve charge of .Che burial rites rerview. ods and procedure of teachers in ho better classes. The classes covered ihere were in the social science group. Mrs. A. E. Michel returned Saturday from Atlantic, wihere she had been called the week before by news of the death of her father, A. S. Ferryman, 73. 'Funeral services were conducted last week Monday. He had .been sick less than a week with flu-pneumonia. Surviving are his widow and two daughters, Mrs. Michel, and Ruth Ferryman, at home, also two sons, one at Red Van Allen, Eleanor Payne, and Camilla iRiebboff spent -last Thursday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. K. D. James went to Fort Dodge yesterday to meet and toring up her daughter, Mrs. C. (B. Nasby, Omaha, who is visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor iLowe and Mr. and Mrs. 'Raymond McCorkle spent Sunday at Clear Lake, guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh went to IRochester last week Tuesday, the latter to consult Mayo doctors. They had not returned up to Monday noon. Torn Ellefson and Rudolph Larson, of line Doan neighborhood, •shipped two carloads of cattle to Chicago last week Monday, and returned Friday. Maurice K. 'Cullen, Whittemore, has obtained employment in a Ma- was on the road to recovery. ill. J. Harrington spoke last Thursday before the Kiwanis club on the fraternity and otllier social life at the state university. He gave details of "rush week" for pledges to fraternities and a resume of parties and other social Oak and one at Atlantic. Mr. Michel, who is employed at Des iMoines, attended the funeral. John iLunstrom came home Saturday, after a month's absence during which he worked for a time in an Audubon printing shop and visited his modlier at Des Moines. His wife is the former Maxine Samp, and they are for the present living me rous -interesting themes are being discussed 'by the Rev. Frederick J. Clark, of Waterloo, at the Methodist dhurch each night this week Among the subjects will be Is the Judgment Day at Hand?; while this Thursday night The Crisis wil •be presented, accompanied by Dore's picture, The Preaching o: John the Baptist. iMr. Clark alsc will discuss the struggle between the Jew and the Christian. All o his sermons are illustrated with stereopticon views, with many of the world's most famous religious pictures thrown on tfte screen." EX-ALGONA GIRL'S HUSBAND IS DEAD Whittemore, Melvin iRoupe and 'Norman Crawford, Algona, and Mrs. Clayton Crook, EmmetS'burg, with their families, were also in attendance, and other dinner guests were Frank Roupe, Whittemore, Whittemore neighborhood before the Milwaukee railroad reached Algona, and he remembers when Chicago was a small town. For many years he farmed north oE Whitte- anore. and William Finn, Algona. Crawford, well known oldtimer birthday cake was a dinner ere, celebrated his 84th birthday lunday with the help of his sons A big fea- ames and George Crawford, and n's daughter, Mrs. O. H. Roupe, with whom he lives in town, and heir families, all of Whittemore. His grandchildren, iRoy Crawford, Afternoon callers were the R. H. Finnells and Matt Kirschbaums, Wlhittemore, and the Vern Hocken- berrys, Mason City. Mr. Crawford lost his wife many years ago. Despite his age, >he is in good health. He came to the CALL THEATRE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ectrtc SYSTE& Only Western Electric Wide Range in Kossuth Co. or (Northern Iowa. It is your guarantee of 100 per cent entertainment. KOSSUTH COUNTT ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901, Entered aa Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908. at the Poatotflo4 at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS W, B. Quarton H. W. Mlll«j QUAKTOff * MILLEB Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 114 Algona, Iowa. events usually 'held. The same talk [with her mother, Mrs. Andrew God- was given Monday noon before the jfredson, next south of the Kossutlii. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday April 11-12-13 CHANGE OF PROGRAM Stand Up and Cheer will not be released until May. New Booking! Oh Doctor Gable! Hotary club. Mrs. Mel Peterson, -Long Beach, Calif., and her son Mel Jr. arrived yesterday to visit local relatives. She had planned to stop at Des Moines to see her parents, Comptroller and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, 'but the daughter Jean Murtagh is sick with measles, <so she came' hero first. Lieutenant Peterson is now on a cruise. "hospital. Mr. .Lunstrom is a former Advance employe, and he rode up from Des Moines with W. C. 'Dewel, who had attended a meeting ot the State Press Association there. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White moved last week-end into their new home next south of their former home on south Moore. The house, which was recently completed toy Geo. E. D DEATH IN ONE (1ILYINJ MONTHS [ week's 'Burt Monitor report- e death of William S'haef»r, Mis. This was the third I in the Shaefer family in Imontfis, all of heart disease. tty years ago the Shaefer J, five sons and two daugh- Tfith their parents, lived at Now only one son, Jack ft, founder of the Monitor, lis .two sisters survive, and |whp owns the 'Balaton, Minn., •Tribune, ,has for years been T health. January 30 Fred Shaefer found dead in his automooile •Marshall, Minn., and only a Joefore that 'his brother Grov- ed at Minneapolis. The sur- t sisters are Mrs. L. E. Town, fm, formerly (Mrs. Anna Pratt, [and Mrs. W. T. Fish, Whit- son 'City garage. ;His wife is the former Theresa Streit, daughter of A. Streit, Algona. Nick Maharas ihas moved his shoe repair and shine shop one door south from his old location. Botih ibuildings are the property of the Geo. 'L. Galbraith estate. lEdgar Finnell, junior engineering student at the state college, Ames, was elected vice president of Phi -K^ppa fraternity .recently. He is the son of J. M. Finnell. Editors "W. A. MacArthur, Burt, and 'R. (L. Burdine, -Whittemore, were Algona visitors Monday. Mr. oomis and two baths. Heat is fur- ished 'by an oil burner, and there; s a fireplace in the living room, master bedroom is lined en- irely in pine finished au nature!. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville have noved into the other White house, and the Lloyd Muckeys have moved nto the house formerly occupied >y the Muckeys. Mrs. Henry Lichter has been sick nd D. E. Miller, ^ contains_ nine three weeks with heart trouble and complications, and Jier daughter-in- law, Mrs. Walter Lichter, a registered nurse, has been caring for her. Mrs. John Ludwig, St. Benedict, and her son 'Dick, spent last week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday with the Lichters, who are Mrs. Lud wig's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hoffman, became parents of a 9-lb. girl at their Ihome Monday noon. This is the first child, and they have named her Lavonne Mary. Mr. Hoffman is manager of the Shell_ oil •station at tilie corner of 'Phillips and McGregor streets. Mrs. Hoffman was Mary M. Willger and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Willger. The Rev. B. F. Southgate, Brut fell seriously sick Friday and was taken to Rochester Tuesday. High MacArthur was the guest of L. E. blood pressure settled in an optic Linnan at Rotary luncheon. 'Florence Delhnert, student at a Mason City business college, spent the week-end at home, and was accompanied by Doris Bartlett, Rock- veil City, of tlie same college. 'L. F. Rice, tlhe 'baker, returned ast week Tuesday from liitchfield, Netr., where he took his wife on news that her father had suffered a severe heart attack. Mrs. Rice is still there. A Metihouist W. F. M. S. meeting which was to have ibeen held this afternoon has been .postponed till next week Thursday afternoon on, account of the funeral of Mrs. Raymond Anderson. Announcements have been received here of the birth of a_boy March 28 *. Turnbaugh is *)ead; Burial Here leral services for Mrs. Eliza I nirnbaugh were held Monday •won at .the home by the Rev. nerve, and 'he was practically blind Tuesday. It was expected that an operation would >be performed yes terday. His daughter, Mrs. Theo dore I-Ierbst, was at Britt -all _ day Tuesday. Mr. Southgate's condition is considered critical. The Algona Dairy Calf club me at the ihigh school building 'Satur Two new scarlet fever cases were reported Monday and were quarantined. Durwood, son of Dr and Mrs. L. G. Baker, and Mrs Wallace McGougal are the pa- itients. There are also three chickenpox quarantines. 'Dorotlhy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjus' trom, came down with it Tuesday and Eldon, son of iMr. and Mrs. L E. Hovey, also Ihas it. Joel, son o Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Herbst, (became a patient Friday. The Herbsts wer to have been released from quaran tine Sunday, Theo Jr. having re covered from the disease. As the result of an auto collisio -Sunday on the No. 18 paving short distance east of Algona, Law rence MoEnroe, Algona, was charg ed with reckless driving by Allen J. Mur.plliy, Bancroft, witlh whose car tTie MoEnroe car collided. The From Mrs. .Nellie G. Bowyer, Hollywood, comes news of the sud- en death Saturday, March 31, of r. Harry Sutcliffe, husband of the inner iRenan Cole, who was a well nown Algona girl 30 years ago. 'Doctor Sutcliffe lhad suffered a troke previously, and he was tricken again Just as he had driv- n into his garage after returning rom a drive, dying instantly. Mrs. Sutcliffe took the body to .is old home at Wheaton, 111., for lurial. They lhad 'been married six rears, but the doctor had been anar- ied before, and his first wife was a daughter of the late Judge Gary, ong head of the great U. S. 'Steel iorporation. Besides the widow (he eft only a son. Mrs. iSutcliffe's mother, Mrs. ida Cole, who was prostrated by ;he shock attending her son-in- aw's death, was a daughter o£ H. F. Watson, who was one of Al- jona's earliest storekeepers. The Courrier des Etats-Unis, Prendh newspaper at 'New York iity, reported Sunday the death last eek Tuesday of the first Mrs. Sutcliffe's step-mother, Mrs. E. H. Gary. The steel magnate left all his fortune to Ibis wife and two daughters, one of whom is known as Gertrude Sutcliffe. Just Some More Commissions. Eagle Grove Eagle—No tax reduced anywhere, and no tax eliminated, but oppressive taxes added. New measures enacted that require commissions -with exorbitant salaries, and special taxes that also require high-salaried officials to enforce them, and as a cap-sheaf it [the extra session of the legislature] loaded the taxpayers with an old age pension burden, with Sunday and Monday, April 15 & 16 Now we will have fun! BIG C UNIT SHOW .—Father Coughlin—The Fighting Priest—"Money". -Buddy Rogers and His Band, in "New Deal Ilhythm." NBA dances, senator's songs, choruses. 3—Grantland Rice's 'Kennel Kings', 70 of tlie world's greatest dogs. 4—Micky Mouse. -New News, one day old. J. I/. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 468-W. Algona, low*. 8TOLIVAN, McMAHON ft LINTf AH J. W. Sullivan S. IE. McMahori . E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phonesf Office, 261; J. W. S., 809? 9. £9. MoM., 403. Algona, low*. HARRINGTON & LOWE B. J. Harrington J. D. Love Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 R. J. H. Office over Postoffice. A FIELDS DAY OF FUN! W.C FIELDS route rilillfGME .. ..* .- ', with -. . Larry '-Buster" Crabbe Joan Wdrih • Adrienne Amei I. J. YAK HESS, 6. W. 8TILLMAW Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algena, lowl 9. D. Shumway B. D. 8HUMWAY & KEI/LY Attorneys-at-Law efflce In Qulnby Block Phone 58 Algona, L. A. WINKEIi Atttorney-nt-Law Office In Qulnby Building; Phone 180 Tuesday, April 17 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT GEO. BANCROFT FRANCES DEL in "Blood Money" and HAL LEROY ('Star of "Haroldteen" showing liere soon) in Ticture Palace" HIBAM B. •WHITE Attorney-at-LaTT Office over Iowa State iBank. Phone 206. Algona, lowS, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday April 18-19-20 P. A. DANSOW Attorney-At-Law ' Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Bea. 815 CARROL A. WANDER Attorney-at-Law V Office over Postoffice. Phone 65 Algona, Is. New York 'Road Show in pictures. Eight months run in New York. Goofey Movies " New News f\ L LUG IIIliill auilUUl uuii'Uiuia kj 1*1.1*4. i - - i — f - t * f - . , liv with 13 out of 23 enrolled case was held open, and MoEnroe | salaried officials for its adminis- members .present. M. R. Soults,iwas released on bond by Justice +-.*««- ****-*""^ " *' . _ , j _ i _i IXKit {*-n n« ,1 n lidn**ivin- «T111 .V»d Vi£llrl at Mrs> Saturday of stroke, was 15> f 857 ' at Uniontown daughter of Mr. and Mrs. led t « ser> famers - She was nr urn baugh June ill., and they 1890 ' and to A1 Turn °augh died ter, Myrtle, and a Albert Turnbaugh, S mve. B H rial wal made . where t s had ' ere e f "Charge of the rites. Brdt Farm Near rt Sold at $87 t. Apr. 10-HEmil (Leeck has sold a farm »>een trying.to wa 3 UJ. tlie Ui» n* "*• i* «-,, - to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark Jr., Des Moines. Mr. Clark is a son of tlhe Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Clark, former Algonians. The Baptist Loyal class meets today at .the church, Mesdames Ross Coleman, E. J. Rawson, and William Presnell hostesses. Election of officers will be held. Roll call will >be answered with current events. A St. Cecelia parisih :party will be eld at the Academy tonight, and lere will be cards from 8 till 10, hen lunch will be served, and af- er lunch there will be dancing. Vo divisions of St. Cecelia's guild re in charge. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon spent aturday and Sunday with friends t Waterloo. Mr. iLyon is a state ighway employe. Esther Schuuel, high school girl, stayed with the. ,yon children during the absence f the parents. Dr. H. M. Olson and Zora Keith pent the week-end with the former's mother and sister Mabel at Des Moines. Maibel is attending Drake university. Drusilla Cauglh- in and Erma Stehle accompanied oem to visit friends. The Rev. C. V. Hulse went to Gil- nore City Monday to attend the uneral of the Rev. Mr. Flecher, ate Methodist pastor there, and went on to Sioux City to attend the uneral of au old friend, late pro- 'essor in Morningside college. Mrs. iL. C. Trauger, Livermore, and Mrs. Paul Fechner, (Lu Verne, spent Sunday here, getting acquainted with their greatgrandson, Thomas Chandler Trauger, son or Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger. They also visited the T. A. Traugers. Isabel Greenberg failed to place n a district declamatory contest at Humlboldt Monday evening. She was quarantined last week for measles and was unable to practice. Boys from Webster City, Sanborn, and Humboldt respectively won firsts. Four automobiles of Algona women went to Forest City Friday to attend a mid-year rally of the north Iowa Baptist woman's niis- eionary circles. Cars were driven by J. A. Freeh, Hbe -Rev. A. H. Hueser, George Hofius, and Mrs. JJaldeman. , _,. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wesley, Chicago, came last Thursday and visited till Saturday with the former s gister, Mrs. O, W. Ericksoa. Mrs. DBricison's mother. Mrs. Ifabelie Wesley, Rbiaelander, Wis., who had .the new county cluib agent, told how the -program for t'he coming year should be carried out. Chester Benson, local leader and cow-tester, was in attendance, also three new members: Everett Black and pihilip and Russell Halom. G. E. Van Dorston has been confined to his home by heart trouble and so has been una'ble to look after his -bus business. 'His brother- in-law, H. W. Post, Ihas been substituting. Mr. Van Dorston 'has for many years been handicapped by poor health, and his wife is also afflicted. They are entitled to credit and -sympathy for a brave struggle to keep going against adverse circumstances. Russell Larson, Algona, underwent an appendectomy at tihe Kos- White, and a hearing will .be held Saturday evening at 7:30 at Mr. White's office. Mr. (McEnroe denies that Hie was driving recklessly. Tlhe offense is indictable, and the hear- ng will be to determine whether .here is enough evidence to hold lim .to tlhe grand Jury. 'Both cars were somewhat damaged. G. L. (Bennett, local sales manager for the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., is expected home today from Des Moines, where he went to attend a sales conference Tuesday. Mr. Bennett has nine counties in his territory: Kossuth, Emmet, Pocahontas, Palo Alto, Hum- •boldt, Wright, Hancock, Winnebago, and Faribault county, Minnesota. At Des Moines the salesmen _ heard statistics indicating that noise of the battle of Verdun. ;ration. • Add Queer Legislative Quirks. Waverly Independent — It seems rather queer that a democratic administration which spent $30,000 to find out aibout simplifying our system of state government should finally end up ;by saddling us with at least two more commissions — the old age and liquor board outfits. Saturday, April 14 DOUBLE FEATURE Will James Story of a Horse "Smoky" GABY COOPER in "One Sunday Afternoon" FATHER COUGHLYIN "The Fighting Priest" "Money" Wolf Bog Serial Sales Tax Blow-Up Coming. Hamipton Chronicle—Just wait until the people of Iowa wake up and discover what a tax bill has toeen handed to them by the present Iowa legislature at the demand 6f Governor Herring, and you will hear a iblow up like the Scrappy i. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOH Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 AJgona DOCTORS JOHN IT. KEITEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug- Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CEETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. ' Phones 444-310. llgona low* Sunday and Monday, April 22-23 A /•i*«*«M ftmrv « LANKY ROSS CHARLIE RUGOUS MARY BOLAND ANN SOTHERN P. V. JAJfSE, M. B. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, Hi Algona, Iowa WALTER FBASEH, M. D. Physician and Surgeon ' Office In Qulnby Bide., Room 14, ' Phone No. 12 JffELYIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon Office In Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, IU W. B. ANDBEWS, ». O. Ogteopathlc Physician and Sargeeg Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 1ST. Res. 688. RED CLOVER SEBD.--JROSS CAL- houn, phone 4F11. 7u26tf FOR SALE—-105 SEED OATS, real good QUality.-Mike Loss. 10u26tf STRAW FOR SALE. Bright and clean .n«led.-«arry Ward. 9 P 30 THE FINEST BEER AT $2.85 case pints at Yera's Ueer Garden p20 POTATOES IFOR SEED AND eating. Early Onios, 75c. - Harry FOR SALE—20 CHESTER WHITE brood sows for sale, bred for Ward SECOND HAND TYPEWRITER for «0e; reasonably .priced—Inquire Advance. FOR SALE-^ROAN REGISTERED Shorthorn bull.-*, F. Jenkm- FOR SALE-nNORTHERN GROWN soy beans, manchu and Illim, termination tested, J1.75 bu. at ; arm 1% miles north of Corwith.— E. Mulling 22(8)Mtt 10p30 WANT TO BUY-SECOND HAND tanness stitching machine and shoe stitcher.-Lars 'Loge, 'Blmore. 14p29-30 WILL CLEAN AND REPAIR elec- ances t motors and s.—Julian Arndorfer, 441 14p31 GERMAN PEAT MOSS *2 50 full bale. Chick starter, , J2.00 per feeder free.-Algona Kour - cw t, table; lowest .prices Table car Ifc rots, crisp and tender.-Ra> Ifc horter,Burt. __ — . - iL- olTsALE^iwBUM-'DING 6x9 feet; floor and painted, good for brooder house, firsi . $35 kitchen or 21-3 1 bushel. Growers ,'herry, Des Moines. One block west f county court house. 18u28-31 EED CORN FOR SALE — HIGH- yielding, early maturing yellow; ests 97 to 100 per cent. — Hugh l aney, phone 1SF21, Algona. p28-33 iExaminer. Also pages of uncensored and authentic war pictures. 30-30 PEBOHBRON STAiLLION—JCall for service. — Wm. -Wetzel, Lone Rock. 9p30 FOR OV1ER 40 YEARS HENRY iField's seeds have ibeen the choice of hundreds of thousands of gar- toy farrow.—Oley Gunderson, Rod- deners and flower lovers. Ttods year nan, 1-5 -miles west of Algona on o 23p30i you can get Chese famous seeds right here in Algona at the Gamble Store. ' 36-30 WANT CATTLE TO PASTURE from clean herds; plenty grass, ihade, and water.-^W. H. Bos- >vorth, 3 miles east and one-fhait mile nortlli of Burt. 24p30 FOR iSALE-'A GOOD USED sewing, machine, like new; priced right and will guarantee it to give satis- faction.—iC. W. -Davenport, one jlock west of court house. 25p30 HELLO FOLKS! DO YOU KNOW you liave a Brown Swiss cattle breeder i/i-mile northeast of West Bend who has six bulls for sale at present?—ROY F. Depew. p28-30-32 HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY a home. I am determined to sell at a sacrifice my house and two lots. Make me a reasonable o£fei. Emma Schmidt, iLu Verne. p30-31 HERE'S A DATE FOR YOUR calendar—^Friday, April 13th. That's when Gamble's Huge Spring Sale starts in 800 Northwest towns — Valve Cores, 6 for 9c— % pt. top dressing, 12c—motor oil, qt. 8c plus Ic federal tax. 6-8 in. garden hose : per ft. 44-30 ANNOUNCEMENTS iFOR RECORDER—'I AM A CAN- didate for the democratic nomination for recorder of Kossuth county subject to IJhe will of the voters a ti'ae June primary. Your vote and support will be appreciated.—Elea nor J. Rabin, Algona. 36u'30-31 LAST LETTERS FROM DYING American Soldiers to Their Loved Ones will be found every week in the Sunday Chicago flteral* and I WILL BE A CANDIDATE FOR the nomination for sheriff in the June primaries subject to the wil of the republican voters of Kos suth county.—W. H. tonka. Ricklefs, Ti 24t I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY candi dacy for the republican noinina don for representative, subject t the will of the voters in the J«n primary election. — C. R. iBode P. 0. 27(2)30-3f April Showers Not only bring May flowers tout straight scraggy locks. One of our new permanent waves will give you a soft lovely wave on tap and loads of tigftit ringlets on the end. When you are getting' your beauty work done, wihy not get a ticket on our free permanent wave we are giving away in June. >Get our price on our special croquignole 'permanent wave. Our price is the lowest in Algona. Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe PHONE 808 DENTISTS DB. H. II. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocalne used for ex* traction. Located over Chrlstensen Store. Phones: Business 166, residence ««« Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX i J. B. WINKEL ' Veterinarians ( West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.: res. 476-R, INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTT MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 115,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Sate secure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary. Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co* MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa

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