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11 , j PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Father of Nine Dies Suddenly at 83 OLDTIMER AT BODE PASSES FROM STROKE St. Joe, May S—Andreas Larsen died shortly before midnight last week Wednesday at the home of Iris daughter, Mrs. 'Minnie Neal, Bode. He Iliad been in good health till six week ago, when he suffered a stroke. During the last five •weeks he was confined to bed. •Mrs. Henrietta Hanson, a sister at Graettinger, helped care for him. Funeral services were held at Wie St. Olaf Lutheran church Saturday, conducted by the Rev -Mr. Haavik, and interment was made in St. Olaf's cemetery. Mr. Larsen was born February 20, 1851, in Nordre Land, Norway, and -was past S3 at death. He was 1 married to Helen Hansen April 9, 1874, in Norway, and nine children were born, three of whom survive: Lars, of Bode; Mrs. Ida Kin- isoth, Colton, S. D.; and Mrs. Minnie Neal, telephone operator at Bode. Mrs. Larsen died 36 years ago. The Larsens came to Bode from Norway 51 years ago nexi June und farmed for a time. Mr. Larsen was for :nany years in Rock Island employ. Pall bearers were six old friends; Nels Holm, Nels Johnson, Chris Nordlie, Chris Anderson, Jorgan Hagen, and Ramus Knudslein. From out-of-town at the funeral were Mrs. Bert Anderson, Graet- tuigtr; Mrs. Clarence Hansen, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Earl McVey, Britt; Mrs. Mat Skow, Rutland; Mrs. Lilian Sweeney, Mrs. Clara Logue, Mrs. T. McKenna, Mrs. Qeorge Davis, Mr. and Mrs. "Weaver Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Holmes, Roy Swenson, Ed. O'Neil, and the latter'.? niece, 'Loretta Mel- avin. Devotions Schedule at Church— Devotion.s during May will be iheld twice a week, once on Sunday evening at S o'clock, and one night in the week. This week devotions will be Thursday evening nt 8. Ascension day will be observed by this parish this week Thursday with high mass at S and low mass at 10. The children of the parish who are seven years old will receive thier first holy communion next Sunday. Boy for the Alatt Beckers- Word was received iliere Saturday of the birth of a boy May 5 at Matt Becker's, near Burt. The infant was baptized Mark Matthew Sunday afternoon at St. Cecelia's •church, Algona. Emma Becker and Peter Bormann Jr., of St. Joe, were sponsors. friendly Club Meets Wednesday— The Friendly club held a monthly meeting last week Wednesday at Mrs. Lawrence Hansen's, and 26 were present. The next meeting will be at the Mrs. John Friders home, with Agatha Thilges as assisting hostess. loretta (iialr.s Graduate Nurse— The Chris Gales family drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to attend graduation exercises at Mercy hospital. The daughter Loretta, who came ihonie with them for a few days was graduated. Eighth Graders Write Tests— The Sth graders from this vicinity went 'to Algona last Thursday and Friday to write county examinations. Other St. Joe. •Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cox, Cedar, Minn., spent several days last week with relatives here. They came to attend the funeral of Mr. Cox's sister, Mrs. Edward Capesius, who was buried at Livermorti last week Wednesday morning. Theresa Miller is spending nhe week at the John Friders home, after having completed her duties lat Charles Hoffman's, Algona. Next Monday ffte will begin work at the P. J. Kohlhaas home, Algo- aa. The Nick Reding.s, Wlhittemore, the Edward Schumachers, and the Raymond Schumachers, Gilmore City, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Mrs. J. B. 'McNeill, Mrs. R. V. Fitch, and Mrs. J. M. Patterson attended an all-day Farm Bureau meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. The John TTnuls spent Sunday afternoon at Nick Eischen's, <neu Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Eis chen, Blue Earth, were .also there Mr. and Mrs. John Furhman an Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Furhma: were Sunday dinner guests a John Thill's, near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Satern, Evely and Jimmie, and John ISldnnei Rodman, were Sunday dinne guests at George Schaller's. JoJhn StOiumacher, Bancroft wpent a short time last week Wed •nesday evening at Mrs. Luc Wagner's. The George Thuls visited th Peter Schumachers and the Mik Thuls at Whittemore Sunday af ternoon. The Jake Zellers left las Thursday for their ihome in Water town, S. D., after several week ihere. John 'Bras-, lireakenridge, Minn is visiting relatives here, and i to remain for some time. Nick Becker left last week Wed nesday to resume studies at Tri mity college, .Sioux City. Laura Schaller is assisting will tfhe household duties at the Ra Gales home. Peter Lenertz, Livermore, spen Sunday with friends here. Safe Driving Hint By Imvit Jliiiiir Vohlclo DcpL A Tip for Night Drivers T"\ANGER as well as annoyance is in store when it becomes •*-^ necessary to stop for a puncture, blow-out, or engine trouble on the highway at night. If such a stop becomes necessary, drive off the pavement or road if the surface permits. It is up to you to prevent a rear-end collision with approaching vehicles, even if this demands personally signalling all approaching cars. It is a matter of life or death to other drivers who may not understand that your car is standing still. Keep your lights on, botli front and rear, and as you work with your car to repair the damage be sure to avoid obstructing licad or tail lights. * If it is necessary to leave the car on the roadside, be sure it is adequately lighted. This precaution will help to protect your own property and to save other motorists' lives. Ranchers in North Dakota 32 Years Ago Meet Again Rich Point, May 8—R. H. Skilling had a visit a few days ago from G. B. Vanderburgh, Armstrong. The men were close friends on adjoining claims near Minot, N. D., 32 years ago. On leaving Dakota tlhey lost contact, and till a mutual acquaintance •brought them together didn't know that they were living in the same! part of the country. Oldtimer Here Returns— Clyde Burtis, Mason City, spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs. John McGuire. He lived many years on the farm now owned >by tine McGuires. Will Work at Clubhouse— Friends of Pauline Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black, will he interested to leam that she will work this summer with Mrs. M. J. Quinn, who will have charge again of the Algona •Country club clubhouse. MisS Black is teaching tlhe Irvington school, and will begin her new duties as soon as her school year is finished. Benefit l)a;ice for Ball ?Cine— Many from here attended a dance at the I. 0. O. F. hall, Algona, Tuesday evening for t!he> benefit of tlhe Irvington baseball club. The team draws its members' and support from an extended territory. Corn-Planting Nearly Done— Corn-Planting is progressing rapidly in this vicinity, many farmers being nearly through. RICH POINT NEWS •Mr. and Mrs Frank Capesius>, daughters Mildred, Irene, and Evelyn, and Mr. and Mrs. 'R. H. Skilling attended the funeral of Mrs. Edw. 'Capesius, Livemiore, last week Wednesday. Mr. B. Burtis, Lone Rock, and his son, Glen, spent last Thursday calling on old neighbors here. He lived in the Rich Point neighborhood some years ago. •Mr. and -Mrs. George Johnson! and daughers Marjorie and Vera, were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. Mrs. Irving Urch, Algona, spent Friday afternoon with her mother* Mrs. J. A. Jolhnson. Edw. Capesius, Livermore, spent last Thursday evening, at his •brother Frank's. _'Ruth and Everett Black were isick last week and missed several days of school. Lone Rock j Lotto Creek Lillian Kressin and Sigure Strom, Algona, were week-enc guests of the former's parents, the Albert Kressins. Aid will meet Friday at the school hall. Mrs. E. Fiene will be hostess. Mrs. Albert Kressin has been sick the past week with a sore foot. A party was held at John Geitzenauer's Sunday Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a combined Fenton, Portland, and Burt township Farm Bureau meeting in Burt a week ago Tuesday. Orville Rosendahl, of Superior, came Saturday, his wife and baby returning with him Sunday after a week at William Krause's. The Z. A. Kuypers, West Bend, were Sunday visitors at P. M. Christenson's. Mrs. Kuyper is Mrs. Charles Schultz's niece. Mrs. Otto Voight and two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson, of Austin, Minn., spent the week-end at Ernest Priebe's. Dorothy Macumber returned last week Wednesday from Fort Dodge, where she has been taking a business course. Clarence Macumber, in camp a Dolliver park, Lehigh, spent thi week-end at the parental F. A. Ma cumber's. Father Robert Quinn, Rockwel City, was a last week Tuesdaj evening visitor at his brother Jack Quinn's. Calvin and Frank Householde. left Sunday for Watertown, S. D. where they trucked horses for a buyer. The James Ackarmans were Sunday guests of the Ben Guenthers Estherville. They formerly livec here. The Fred Genriches have purchased a new Ford V-8. Edith Worthington has purchased a Chevrolet. The boys' and girls' glee clubs and faculty enjoyed a picnic north of town last week Wednesday evening. H. E. Micha, depot agent, left Saturday for Platteville, Wis., to attend the funeral of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton spen the week-end in Ames visiting their daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chrlstenson were visitors at her brother A. F Krueger's, at Fairmont Sunday. The August Schaumbergs drove to Buffalo Center Sunday visiting her brother. Harm Boeckholt. Maxine, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank Flaig, is ill with pneumonia but is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper were Sunday guests of her brother Roy Godden, at Fairmont. The Legion Auxiliary meets this Friday with Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs G. A. Sharp hostess. The Glen Leepers have moved to the farm recently occupied by Mr and Mrs. Art Sprank. Howard Stevens, of Goldfield, is supplying at the depot. He has worked here before. Ernest Krueger and daughter Ruth, Burt, were Sunday guests ai Charles Morris's. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis, Em metsburg, were Sunday guests at George Pettit's. The Edward Bierstedts were Sunday dinner guests at R. A Bleich's, Burt. Melvin Hawks and Glenn Leeper are working in Algona with the paving crew. Freshmen and sophomores enjoyed a party at L .M. Orvick's Saturday evening. Hugh Walsh installed a new windmill at W .C. Heiter's Monday. Hugo Worthingtou has returned o his home from camp at Milford. Charles Zollcr, Lakota, spent the week-end at Frederick Schultz's. Marie, daughter of the Bert God- deus, is ill with pneumonia. the Rev. Mr. McNulty, meets at the church Friday evenings at 7:30. This is a bright and earnest class of 15 members. The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets this week Friday with Mrs. Herman Ostercamp, president. The schools in Dists. Nos. 5 and 2, the Misses Hendrickson, Ottosen, and Mabel Kent, Wesley, teachers, held "visitation days" Wednesday and Thursday, April 25-26, when | visitors observed the regular class- work, also inspected handwork of pupils. Mrs. Bertha Looft returned last week Wednesday from Seneca, where she spent four days at her son Henry's. Mrs. Mabel Spraut, Fergus Falls, Minn., sister-in-law of Ben Hopkins and aunt of Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes, came lust week Wednesday. She has about recovered from the effects of a bad fall from which recovery at first seemed impossible. She fell with a ramshackle outside stairway when looking for an apartment. Special May devotions consisting of the recital of the Litany are held at St. Joseph's church every morning this month following early mass at 8 o'clock. Eighth grade examinations were held at the parochial school last| week. This week the pupils begin work on a drama for the close of school. Wesley A Methodist preparatory mem- ership class under the tutelage of Verne with Mrs. Cunningham's mother, Mrs. Warmbier. Lois, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fraser, suffered a deep gash In the head at play at the schoolhouse last Thursday. Sunday afternoon, visitors at A. L. Greenfield's were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, and the William Greenfields, Irvington. Mrs. John Huff Jr. suffered another heart attack last Thursday night. She is now some better, but still unable to be out of bed. The Stanley Gardners were Sun-1 day afternoon visitors at John Huff Sr.'s. The Sexton ball team played Plum Creek Sunday afternoon, and Plum Creek won. The Harvey Stevens were Sunday dinner guests at Harry Merriam's, near Corwitli. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, their daughter, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, and granddaughter, Constance Joy De Wilde, spent Sunday at the B. E. Saunders home. Esther Madson, who was employed at the Fred Plumb home for some time, is now at Roy Sarchett's. Harry Wilson, Mdse. — 40.00! Don Palmer et al Refund deposit 204.00" Gene Meyers et al Labor 248.85 J. A. McDonald, P. M. postage 103vOO State Board of Review sales permit .50 H. W. Post, Frt. & Dray 27.67 Fenton Mrs. R. C. Goetsch entertained her Sewing club last week Wednesday. Mesdames H. C. Lindsey and E. A. Weisbrod were club guests. Mesdames F. H. Bohn, W. V. Yager, A. J. Krause, Amos Finnestad, and G. B. Johnson were Emmetsburg shoppers last week Wednesday. The Fred Baileys, Iowa Falls, spent the week-end at Arnold Krause's and Frank Bailey's. Fred drove home a new Chevrolet. The Walter Jentzes, now of Graettinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley Jr., Fairmont, were at George Jentz's Sunday. The Cecil Baileys, Rock Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. George Yager, of Algona, were dinner guests at Weber Yager's Sunday. Beulah and Rita Larson, of Burt, spent the week-end with Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards at the H. E. Reimers home. Elvira Krause, Garner teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bohn and Mary Ann were supper guests at G. B. Johnson's Sunday evening. Mary Wilberg spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. Tony Goeders, Mason City, was a business visitor here Friday. H. W. Post. Frt on lubricating oil 1.15 H. W. Post, Frt. on line material 7.04 Western Union, service 8.14 Ry Express Ag. Express 6.59 K. D. James, Mdse. 1.70 Skelly Oil Co., Gas & Oil 27.84 Burton Thorpe, repairs.. 4.35 Crcsco-Union Elec. Co, Sign 5.83 Robert Tait, Labor 60.00 Robert Tait, Expense 30.40 Ralph Elbert, Mdse 2.50 Algona Ins. Agency, Ins 100.00 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary __ 115.00 Harry Barton, salary __ 111.00 Laura Mitchell, salary __ 95.00 Earl Bowman, labor 78.00 Win. Muckey et al labor 390.00 Pittsburg Des Moines Sup Co. 784.70 (Badger iMeter Mffg Co. < Co. Mdse 11.86 Reliable Brands, Mdse. __ 20:58 'Leighton Sup. Co. Mdse 108.30 Wigman Co. Mdse. 28.65 Crane Co. 130.70 Iowa 'Mach. & Sup. Co. Mdse 36.89 Botsford Lum. Co. Mdse. 6.05 J. Greeaberg, Mdse. 9.90 H. W. Post, Frt. & Dray 14.71 R. W. Grearhart, Eng. ._ 75.00; 'Ralph Elbent, repairs 7.35 Laing & Muckey, repairs 13.25 GENERAL FUND SEWER NO. 5 General fund, transfer — 252.42 SEWER NO.tf General fund, transfer _- 163.22 SEWiBR N0.3 (2nd inst.) General fund, transfer ..1022.67 PAVING DICT. NO. 1. General fund, tranfer _- 490.55 PAVING DIST. NO. 2 General fund, .transfer _. 394.72 PAVING DIST. NO. 5 General fund, itranfer — 43.95 .WECKART ST. SEWER General fund, tranfer __ CITY IMP. FUND. 1922 Paving city transfer —3666.17 1922 Paving district 2A, transfer 27674 •BOND FUND General fund, transfer __ 3438.37 SIDEWALK FUND General fund, transfer __ 21.20 SEWER NO. 3-3rtl. ext. General fund, transfer __ 151.74 C. F. SPEOHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, Clerk. Frank Green, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary H. A, Van Alstyne, salary 108.00 54.00: 64.00 3.00 3.35 .36 17.33 -0.42 Council Minutes Donald, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nehring, has been seriously sick with tonsilitis, and Doctor Bourne, Algona, has been in attendance. Mrs. Josephine Stanton has put down a new well at her farm a half mile west of Sexton. The James Brophys live on this farm. The Ash brothers, Wesley, did the work and struck water at 70 feet. The well was pumped steady eight hours, and there was still plenty of water. The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Harvey Steven. The W. C. Taylors, accompanied by the Aman children and Robert and Eleanor Fraser, spent Sunday afternoon fishing. The Clem Cunninghams and Robert Fraser spent Monday at Lu Algona, Iowa, April 26, 1934 — City council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, an>1 among: other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 145.00 Leo Bellock, salary 129.00 Tom Halpin, salary 120.00 Walter Garmon, salary __ 120.00 H. B. Stephenson, salary lis.OO Ray Banton, salary, 115.00 C. C. Wright, salary 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125.00 Gas and Oil 475.52 C. M. St. P. & p., Freight on Gas & Oil 534.62 White 'Eagle Oil Corp., Fuel oil 386.94 •Standard Oil Co. Fuel oil 3.70 Westinghouse Electric •Supply co. Mdse. 114.05 Westinghousc Electric •'Supply Co. Mdse 62.41 Westinghouse Electric"" Supply Co. Mdse. 6.91 Quality Cotton Products Co., Mdse 23.72 Van Meter Co., Mdse __ 23.72 Electric Supply Co., Mdse 7.91 Kennedy & Parsons, Mdse. 248 Cooktite Ring Sales Co., •Mdse. 106.74 Manzel Bros. Mdse. .82 Malleable Iron Range Co. Midse. 209.00 White Eagle Oil Corp, Lubricating Oil 115.68 •3. iF. Bowser & Co., Mdse. 25.45 General Electric Supply Co. Mdse. 11.16 Westinghousue Electric & Mfg. Co., Mdse. 6 5& Fulton Iron Works Co. repairs 32 27 Terry-Durin Co. Mdse... 753 Line Material Co., Mdse. 36 9ft Burroughs Adding: Machine Co., Mdse. i 0"> Ernest Thiel, Meter reading, 22.40 NW Bell Tele. Co. Ser. 15.38 Botsford Lum. Co., Mdse 9.9 Kohlhaas & Spilles, Mdse 78.05 Pratt Electric Co. Mdse. 11:76 A. H. Bordhardt, Mdse 3.22 Hesley & Johnson, Gas & Oil 7-33 Men's Wash Suits LET THE LAUNDRY KEEP THEM ALWAYS SPOTLESS! Those choice linen suits that make one feel so cool and comfortable should be well laundered. Our careful method of laundering them will add to your appearance and pleasure. Economical, isn't It? Take advantage of the saving and comfort such suits offer, and possess that inward assurance of being well groomed by sending them to KIRSCH LAUNDRY We wash every day. Phone 207 MASK in £jii i in* F. W. Green, dogs Nw. Bell Tele. Co. Ser. __ Kohlhaas & Spilles, Mdse Ralpih Elbent, repairs _Tom Akre, rent Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump • 12.50 Jesse Lashbrook, salary. 35.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.00 Willard Gregson, man and team. 52.29 Willard Gregson, man and (team zS.SOi Elliott Skilling, man and team 57.00, Elliott Skilling, man and team 33.40 •Frank Skilling, labor __ 52.20 Oliver Bakkenl labor 42.30 Louis iHagg, labor 26.40 Clear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., sand 24.64 Clear Lake Sand & Grav- Co., sand 20.20 Botsford Lum. Co., Mdse. 15.75 Kohlhaas & Spilles, Mclse 10.90 C. M. St. & p. Frt on sand 80.71 Harms Oil Co., oil 1.93 M. J. 'Duffy, Treas. taxes 19.27 J. F. fiehlmer, Mdse .50 Lloyd Hauback et al, labor 40.3'5 B. A. Thorpe, repairs 29 18 Skelly Oil Co. Gas & Oil 1.92 Deep Rock Oil Corp. Gas and Oil '. 7.19 Tire Service Co. Mdse. _. Ohristensen Bros, Mdse. 1.87 Advance Pub. Co. printing 24.35 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 25.00 Oliver Bakken, labor __ 12 30 Elliot Skilling, labor Willard Gregson, -labor __ 9.00 Eagle Iron Works Mdse. 86.21 Roy Larson et al labor.. 197.40 iB. A. Thorpe, repairs 14.40 H. W. Post, Frt & uray 75 •FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Algona Insurance Agency, (Firemen policy _ 9450 Skelly Oil Co., gast & oil 2 .47 Clapp's Master Service . Mdse. Algona Fire Co. ~8~ fire's 4J50 240.00 ,~ w-ft u All C3 i^U.UU Fire Equip, fund, transfer 2000.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Botsford Luum. Co Mdse i 30 SEWER NO. 1. General fund, transfer 126 00 SEWER NO. 2 General fund, transfer . 46 87 SEWER NO. 3 General fund, itranfer _ 172 33 WHAT? . . Am I fresh 11 "A// right! If you're fresA, and of good quality, we'll take you/' Swift 85 Company's produce plants buy fresh eggs every marketing day of the year, and cream and poultry, too. —And pay cash for them. Later they are shipped to some 35,000 consuming centers, hungry for Swift's Brookfield Eggs, Swift's Brookfield Butter, and Swift's Premium Milk-fed Chickens and Golden West Milk-fed Fowl. To reduce marketing costs, they are handled in the same refrigerator cars, and through the same branch houses and car routes, as Swift & Company's meats. —They are sold by the same salesmen, and delivered in the same trucks, to the same retail stores. All this reduces selling costs, not only for eggs, poultry and butter, but for meats. Producers benefit from all these economies. Over a period of years, Swift & Company's net profits have amounted to only a fraction of a cent per pound from all sources. Swift & Company In daily contact with more than 35,000 consuming centers of meats, poultry and dairy products Visitors to the 1934 Century of Progre.. are cordially invited to visit the "Swift Bridge of Service" exhibit, also the Swift plant at the Union Stock Yard.. <»7O Sales Books and Office Supplies We are agents for one of the largest salesbooks manufacturing concerns in the country, and can give you service, quality, and price. AEj)CI .. COATED .uso ST ° P CARD Loose Leai Ledgers rrect It Advance Pub. Co. East of the Courthouse Cars Fi n Tf your are too Present " l Pro »>l't a' ( •reatmcnt. d ^ c Telephone BUSINE! DIRECTOi K088UTH 2 .1879.1 ^UVYERs" W 1 . B. Quartern QUAIITON 4 Phones: c Algona,* -I. SULLIVAN, HeHAHOBil J. W. Sullivan Si E L -E. Unnan' Phone. 8. E. McM., 403. IIAUKINGTON & l(j B. J. Harrington j,J Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 5 j Office over Postotill - - - • -- ' «. J. VAN NESS.G.TU1J ..... Lawyers i Office over Iowa State I Phona 2I3-W, A, U. D. Bhumway SHDMWATiKEi: Attorncya-at-Lawl efflce In Qulnby Blf Phone B8 ' I;. A. AtHornoy.at-Lafll Office In Qulnby Bullf Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHI1 Attorncy-aMairJ Office over Iowa State! Phone 206. Algof P. A. DANSOX j Attornoy.At-Lnwj Office over Iowa Slaiel Phones: Office, 460-J,; 1 CARKOL A. IMP! Attorney.aMairj Office over Postoffl Phone 05 ill A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCH THEODORE C. IID Attorneys-at'Iawl Quinby Building [ Phone 251 DOCTOJiS JOIIX N. KE>'EFIC| Physician and 8ut| Office over Rexall Drugl Office phone 301 f Rea. phone 326. \ C. H. CKETZMEYEB,! Surgeon and Pijwff OHice John Galbraithl Phones 444-SW.j Algona, P. T. JAN8E.M.I Physician and So Office on South D Phones: Office, 666; Algona, Iowa _ _ . --WALTER FBASBB,] Physician and Sur" Office In Quinby Bids, Phone No, U JIKLVIN G. BOUB!J Physician and 8»r« Office In Postoftlwj Phones: Office, 1911 "" W. ». Oiteoputhlc I'hyslctoB Located In General Phones: DENTISTS^ "irjfTowosl Dentist. Gas or novocalns us over ChMPhones: Business 166, « Algona, l° wa VETERINARY J. B. Veterinarians W«st State Street, I Phones: Office, INSURANCE Over $16,000,000 MIMEOGg ADVAN<

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