pailyEditton tor the Seventy.Sixth Kossuth County Fair " Algona, Iowa, September'7, 1113 AJ~~ CASH llNOT COME IL NEXT WEEK B(n . llog checks had not yet 1 received this morning, and it be at least next week be- r can be distributed. Carl llns, in charge of disburse- t as county treasurer, has pre,1 everything for their Issuance w it will be only a day or so they liftve been received till • are checked in and Issued to former. checks must be called for. atlvc selection of Algona, Ban- t| Tltonka and Swea City has ,'made as the Issuing offices re farmers may call for their Its. rlllen notice will be mailed to y farmer as soon as the checks i been received telling him re and when to call. These no, w ni come in a government iked envelope, and contract era are urged to pay particular ntlon to any such envelope they receive in the next few days. Fcnton, Bancroft Win. enton defeated Bode 3-1 In the ball game yesterday after- D. Bancroft got a head start to Algona 5-2 in the second ie, Both ball games furnished y of action for the crowd. ATTENDANCE TUESDAY THURSDAY 6000 10,000 TODAY'S PROGRAM 1:00—Band concert, Algona Military band. 1:30—Livestock parade, led by Algona high school band. 1:45—Start of model airplane contest on baseball diamond. 2:00—Auto race program. Seven events. 2:00—Hippodrome attractions. 7:00—Band concert, Algona Military band. 8:00-10:00—Hippodrome attractions and Revue of 1934. Drivers Warned to Observe the Rules Mayor C. P. Spocht published notice last week to car drivers to be more careful about observing traffic laws and ordinances. Slipping past stop signs, speeding in the city limits, and parking evils must be dealt with, the mayor believes and if warnings do not serve resort must be had to punishment. The reopening of the schools has 10- newed child danger, and drivers ! show , must be alert to avoid accidents. « Dickinson to Chicago. JAMS GROUNDS TO ENJOY FAIR A crowd estimated at 10,000 jammed Hie fairgrounds yesterday, milled around the midway, and Packed the grandstand in the afternoon. Yesterday's grandstand <"'owd is believed to have set a now record, and many were heard to remark that the stand was as well 'filled as they had ever seen it. | The crowd was good natured and apparently found the fair to their lilting and proceeded to enjoy themselves. Concessions had a good day and for the first time in I years found the crowd in a holiday mood. The most popular of the devices on the midway were the digger outfits. In these a miniature crane and bucket is operated and the operator lias an opportunity to grab I up from a niclclc to a silver dollar : in the little bucket. The machines in re new at the Kossuth fair, though they have been popular elsewhere i for a number of years. There are .four outfits on the grounds, and | two of them seemed to have the j biggest play. I The Zlmdiir carnival was satisfied with the day's business. The forming this outfit apparently merited the crowd's attention. Lieutenant; - Governor Kraschel Monday. He planned to "spend'sev- | nlil(lc talks in tllc afternoon and eral days at the republican scna-i ovcmiu " respectively and had good torlal campaign headquarters. I crowds in the grandstand.
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