Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1939 · Page 6
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K08SUTH COUNT* ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Want Ads- WE DO CUSTOM SHEARING.— Clyde Bristow, 13 on 96 Burt. 10p26-29 JAMES TO DIE FOR MURDER OF EX-BURT GIRL Court Holds Against Slayer of Former Mary Bush. IP YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO sell list It in our want ads, and get results. FOR SALE - HUBAM CLOVER,! Robert S ' Janles ' - Los Angeles cleaned and scarified, ?4.80 per ! barber, will have to pay with hi bushel. — Frank Youngwirth, Lujlife for the murder of his wife, the Verne. 12p.T-28 former Mary Bush, once a Bur _ EXPERIENCED FORD OR CHEV- rolet mechanic wants work. — Fred Pannhoff, Garner, Route. 4. llp28 ! had had his wife's life insured in , his favor for $10,000. Tlle finale of James's four yeai ' sis ter of Mrs. Walter Genrich Lu Verne. The murder was com milled a few months after James _ FOR SALE— PERCHERON STAL- lion. Mrs. Lydia WeUel, Lone Rock 9 p 28 • struggle to escape the death pen_ -------- I ally appears in this United Press FOR SALE— WELL BROKE young dispatch taken from Wednesday's horses. V. J. Gross, Lone Rock. 11 p 28, 29 WANTED—WOMAN TO WRITE' Mason City Globe-Gazette: Roberl S. James, 41, amorous Los Angeles barber, "welcomed" a California slale supreme court de- insurance in Algona territory.— | ci'sion Wednesday" which dooms Mrs. Margaret Best, 5 Shepardj h im to death for the "rattlesnake Apt., Sioux City. 16p28 slaying" of his seventh wife. WANTED— TILING. WORK GUA- How James Took It. ranted. Prices right. C. R. Me-1 "I can take it," said James Veijih. RR ]. Algona. 10 p 28, 29 ! "Just say 'Rattlesnake Bob' is not — | afraid 10 die. boys. I'm slad to gel WANTED—EWES, WITH LAMB,! it over with. I'd just as soon die or lamb by side. Soren Didrik- one way as another." sen. Algona, Phone 5 F 11. 13 u 28 , News of the decision was brought j to James in Los Angeles countv NEWS SHOP—WHATEVER YOUR'jail where he "got religion" and reading preferences, we have; boasts that since lie was baptised what you enjoy. Magazines and, October 14, 1936. he has not newspapers.—Algona News Stand.: .strayed from the path of virtue to 16-21eow; so much as smoke a cigaret. "Xo boys," he told newspaper -PRACTICALLY NEW', ,. r ', , "- , -,— «.— I men. I don't care what vou sav I - _ t. _ _ . -». ... " * FOR SALE Mcrormlck-Deerlng cream separ-i m "J;. p . . ator.-Joseph Becker, St. Joe. ! f, ut me / The Blble has shown me lln"7-"Si Way me " Jast say T can tnke " ! 't mlth a smile. Tell everyone I'm FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- '. not afraid to die." iaiure album with each roll film' Details of Case. developed a ,id printed. 25cj.-Lus-! His reaction was in marked con- DJ & ' 14(2).at, trast to the sneers and scornful comments he made during his trial A NEW WELL DRILLING MA- 1 chine in your locality, any size wells.—Guy phone 102, Lakota. Drillins for one of the most bizarre crimes BcemTr 3 ' ever commi «ed in California. l"n-'7-'!i r He was accused with Charles H. . . - - - . Hope, an accomplice, of first at- FOR SALE—2-WIIEEL TRAILER '. tempting to kill the seventh Mrs. house, complete with beds, lights, ; James in August. 1935. by placing stove.—Harm Ackerman, 1 mile n.. ller hare foot int ° a box of rattle- 2 west. 2 n. Lu Verne. 14p27-2S snakes, while ,she lay strapped to — ! the table. This failing to brine Hl'BA.M SEED ANNUAL SWEET! death, Mrs. James, a bride of three clover, recleaned and scarified, : months, was drowned in the bath $G per bu.—E. 0. Mann & ~ ••••--phone 5 on flG, Burt. Son J tub of the James home at La Cre- 20u27-2S senta and her body removed to a " lake tlle Ruby Sanderson, 23, Burt Girl, Dies at State 'U' Hospital W-VN'TED VT ONTF—FXPFRTFN ; ' " U l ° " laKl v\.v.\ iL.u AI LLM. I. L.\i LKILN-| appear accidental. cetl feed salesman. Home territory. Good paying proposition for right man. Call Advance 16 p 28 ZONOLITE PAYS FOR ITSELF! Actually! Its low initial cost is soon paid or in fuel savings. May! •we estimate cost of insulating your | home?—Botstord Lmbr. Co. 28 ( Burt, Mar. 27—Ruby, only daugh- I WISH TO THANK THE friends | tev ot Mr - and Mrs - E. C. Sand'er- and neighbors for the beautiful'son, died at the University hospital cards, flowers, and the work they at Iowa City early Sunday morn- did for me during my illness in the 1 ),,,, f n ii™-ir,<r „ „; i •„ hospital-Mrs. Leo Schmidt. p28;l g ' follmvm g a nine weeks illness. — i she had been taken to a hospital at WANTED—SALESMAN WITH car. I Mason City two weeks ago, and a with acquaintance among farm- few days later to Iowa City. The ers to sell widely advertised hog j body was brought to Burt Monday and cattle feeds. Write Z. B. Smith j morning for burial. Humboldt. Iowa 20 p 28 • Ruby_was born November 4 1916 FOR SALE-6 ft. KEROSENE Se7- t^^'Z^^J^ vel Electrolux, several Electro- Seattle, Wash., but eight years ago lux refrigerators used one year at j came to Burt. She was graduated Harrys Radio Ser-|from the Burt high school, then 20 u 28 I worked in a cafe here for quite a I while. She was at Des Moines MURDERER IS ROBT. S. JAMES, the •*• much married and philandering Los Angeles barber who killed his seventh wife, the former Mary Bush, once of Burl, and has lost a death sentence appeail to the California supreme court. FURTHER FACTS ON MRS, HORAN DEATH Mrs. A. J. Keen has supplied a few additional facts concerning her sister, Mrs. W. H. Horan, whose death in California was briefly reported in Thursday's Upper Des Moines. Mrs. Horan had been living with Mrs. A. L. Belton, also a former Algonian. On March 14 she suffered a severe chill, and a doctor found that she had pleurisy. Next morning lobar pneumonia developed and she was taken to her son Karel's. The crisis arrived last week Monday, and she died next day. The Horans moved to California in June, 1933, after having sold an electrical shop here to the Pratt Electric Co. For a time they operated a small chicken-ranch. Mr. Sbran died January 4, 1935. Mr. and Mrs. Horan were married August 22, 1892, at Monroe, W'~ , and came at once io Algona. Mrs. Horan was a graduate of he Wayland preparatory school at Beaver Dam, Wis. She was a mem- )er of the Baptist church and the Royal Neighbors here. The sons Clemmer and Karel mve five children. Two sisters in Wisconsin are Mrs. J. H. Durst and Mrs. 0. H. Atherton, both of Monroe. The brother John, who ince lived here, is now at New Or- INTOXICATION GETS UNTO TROUBLE HERE Two Algonians and a Colored 'Gent' are Given Fines. Intoxication fares ill when it meets up with the law in Algona. In the last five days, four cases, have come up in the courts, and'i sentence has been swiftly pro-; nounced. i The heaviest sentence went to: Ralph Steinman Monday, when he; pleaded guilty to operating a mo- 1 tor vehicle while intoxicated Sun-i day. Judge F. C. Davidson, sitting! on the first day of the March term, j fined Steinman ?300 and costs. But. if he pays ?50 and costs by Sep-l tember 1, and another $50 by Janu-j ary 1, 1940, the balance of the sentence is suspended. ' Steinman's driver's license waa suspended for a year. Bond appeal was set at $500, and the defendant was paroled to Sheriff Loss. Wade M. Coon was sentenced in Justice Danson's court Monday for intoxication on the streets Saturday. He was given 30 days in jail, but sentence was suspended upon good behavior, on recommendation of Sheriff Loss, because Coon has a job. -He was given till 2 ,p. m. April 3 to pay costs of $2.50. "Bill" Burden, professional col-1 ored boxer from Mason City, was haled into Justice Danson's court Thursday on a charge of intoxication. James McGuire, Fort Dodge I taxi driver, made complaint, when i Burden_couldn't pay taxi fare from | Fort Dodge to Algona, and Burden was fined $100 and costs. It was said that if Burden paid $5 of the fine $7 taxi fare, and $.55 costs, the rest of the sentence would be suspended. Since, however, he had no money, he was given 30 days in jail. Burden boxed with Cosgr6ve, Titonka, at the Algona sales pavilion February 2. 3-Way Phone Talk Honors a Birthday PICTURES SHOW THE BURGLARY OF THE CORWITH POSTOFF/CE How the Postoffice Safe Looked leans. FURNACE PAYMENT PLAN— ! when taken sick, but was brought Green-Colonial installation can j h """ be financed on monthly pavmentj *,,,' , basis, 5%. ^V'e handle all details.! Th ,, T servlce ? are to be held Ask about this.-Laing & Muckey.! JS"' „ " . the .Presbyterian •pa OB ! llui cn ' an " burial will be in the Burt cemetery. Her parents and three brothers, LeRoy and Myron, Seattle. Wash., and Norman, Kan- ES-28 HOG FEEDER, FREE! 100-lb. capacity. Well built, practical. 15 Sargent Feed gift coupons (one in every 100 Ib. bag) — gets it. Ask about this plan.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ES28 PERSONAL LOANS—IF YOU need money to meet current bills, we'll loan on auto or furniture. Quick, convenient, confidential.— Edward ('apesius, Heise building, Algona. ES28 awha, survive Elevator at Burt to Be Liquidated Burt, Mar. 27—At a meeting of the stockholders of the Burt Farmers' Exchange Saturday it was voted, after considerable discussion, to liquidate the corporation, whose chapler will expirt June 1. A committee was appoinetd to sell stock in a new elevator company. The company has always been a successful organization. The committee in charge of selling stock consists of R. S. McWhorter, Tom Trenary, W. A. Stoutenberg, Wyot Stott, and others. • Masons Plan Big Meet. . The annual "every - member" meeling of the Masonic lodge will be held next Tuesday evening at 8:30. The Grand Master, who is from Davenport, will speak via radio at 9:30. Livermore, Mar. 27—H. L. Zigrang, Livermore, and J. H. Zigrang, Des Moines, made special arrangements with the ' telephone company for a conversation with their mother, Mrs. Dennis Zigrang who lives in Los Angeles, for last week Monday birthday greetings. The connection was so arranged that the three could talk at the same time and it was most enjoyable. A phone visit was also enjoyed with the father and sister The Dennis Zigrang family .were long time residents of this com- I munity. GRANZOW WILL OBSERVE 63'D ANNIVERSARY Graduated as a Band Man in Germany in Year 1876. On April 14 "Fritz" Grattzow, well-known local band-master and music Instructor, will reach the 63rd anniversary of his graduation from a German conservatory of music. He studied all band instruments there In a six-year course. Mr. Granzow was' born in Pommern, Germany, in. 1856. • From graduation till 1882, Mr. .Granzow was a musician in a 65- piece band in King William's army. After he came to the United States he was principal of the first regiment of the Minnesota national guard at St. Paul three years..He was chief musician in the infantry band, Iowa national guard No. 62, three years, and was appointed by Governor Cummlngs of Iowa to the national guard band No. 56 for three years. Most of the men playing in v the present Algona band were at one time or another members of "Prof." Granzow's kid bands. In 1898 or 'f)9 a band was organized and directed by "Fritz" when the old 52nd regimental band was mustered out of service after the Sp'an- ish-American war. Another band of younger men was organized and directed by "Fritz" in 1903. Mr. Granzow taught instrumental music and directed the school and town bands at Corwith from I 1932 to 1937. He first had charge i of a band at Corwith in 1905 and j taught at different times there afterwards. HOGS - "Shi butch., i Med< hvy., 220-250 Mod/ hvy., 250-270~ Med. hvy., 270-200 Med. hvy., 290-325 " Best light butch.. 32 Butchers, 350-400 Packing sows, 275.1 Packing sows, 350 !i Packing «ows, .125. CATTL Canners and cutter, Stock steers Fat yearlings" Fat steers Fat cows ^ Veal calves Bulls .II"""" No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 white corn No. 2 white oats "" No. 3 white oats " No.,. 2 rye No. 2 yellow soy bo"; KG08 Hennery a _ No. 1 ___ No. 2 HI" Cns'h creum— No. 1 No. 2 IIHI Sweet .__ I POUI.T Hens, under -1 li )s Leghorn hens __ Cocks, under 4% Cocks, over 4% n Geese, live Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. Ducks, live, 4% ., Ducks, live, under Hens, over 5 Iks. ibf..iiii; Factory Census is Given foi- Kc TpHESE PICTURES APPEARED | n the Des Moines Register in'con- nection with a story about the recent (burglary of the Corwith do their ""jobs'- ° f **" ^^ ^ Bh °* 8 V ' Vidly h ™ safe ' Burt Man Found Dead; Heart Fails Burt, Mar. 27—William Fox, 79, who had lived by himself in a small house near the Legion hall for a year or two, was found dead in his bed last week Tuesday afternoon. It was noticed that he hadn't been around, and an investigation found him dead in bed. He had suffered from heart trouble for some time. The body was tak-1 en to an Algona undertaking parlor, where services were held Saturday afternoon. (Mr. Fox is survived by a son Leo, Burt, three toi'Ttitcrs. Mrs. J. A. Volentine, and Mrs. I. W. Hansen, Burt, and Mrs. Harry Putz, Algona. The Department has sent out a turing plants in by counties and fi covering two years, For Kossuth the a of Coi census of mani broken J >r compi 1035 and ll low a 1935 i;>-nher of establishments _ 22 Wage-earners _ Wages $ |78,52i Cost of products 1,102,0631,3 Value products. l,-jon,084 Value added by manufacture _ !-16,121 Printing plants doing a busl of $5,000 or more are 'include! ESTRAY TAJvEX UP. Taken up by Gail 0. Hakal Irvington township,! Kossuth { CLASSIFIED COPY — WE HAVE a library of classified copy on practically all lines of merchandise or service. Special copy prepared In campaign form without I extra charge. Tell us what you wan.t We'll have it prepared.— , 'Advance Pub. Co. 20tf ty, Iowa, on the 5tl 1939, one Black weighing about 450 out horns, albout or Notice posted bef son, Justice of the gona township, K Iowa. E < By L. J. Imi Dated this 27th 1939. • day of Mi Angus nt pounds, i c (1) year ore P. A. I Peace in JSSUtll 'CO! S. KINSE !ounty Am lerfall, Dei day of M mmmm^mm HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- duction or straight term. Title 2 FHA loans low interest rates, no commission. Loans for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 26u8tf TOP QUALITY SWEET CLOVER, 7c Ib. Order now. Satisfaction guaranteed. Get prices on alfalfa, clover, bromus, etc. — Grimm Alfalfa Ass'n., Fargo, N. D. 500 cooperating growers. 25p27-28 RED CLOVER $7.50, ALFALFA $7.95, certified hybrid seed corn $3.50, all per bushel; also other bargains. Postal card us today for catalog and samples.—Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, Iowa. 2!)u23-36 "BABY CHICKS ON HAND 1 TO 2 weeks old: 2000 New Hampshire Reds; 1000 S C Reds; 1000 Brow Leghorns at bargain prices fo quick sale. Hamilton Hateherj Bancroft. 28 u 2 ORDERS ARE COMING FOR M 1 ear to row bred Kossuth Relianc and 110-day Golden-King seed corn Men who plant them say they yiel and stand good as any. $1.50 bu graded. A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore 35 p 2 RAISE PHEASANTS FOR PLEA sure and profit. We handle many different breeds of ornamental anc game breeds. We invite correspondence on old pairs, young birds eggs. Lux Game Farm, Hopkinton Iowa g 28, 29 MAGTC SPOT AND STAIN RE- mover should be in every home. Order yours today and receive large package of Army and Navy Needles free, with order. Send only 30c.—Wm. Ebrecht,.Le Mars, la. 30.p28 THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Atgona Cemetery association will be held at the secretary-treasurer's office Monday, April 3, at 4 p. m. for election of officers and such other business as may properly come before U» meeting.---- D, U. Pawon, SecVTreaa. 2S DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE For Health and Economy—Use More Butter! CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib 27c Cold Stream PINK SALMON, 16-oz. can __10c Halves or Sliced IONA PEACHES, 2 No. 2£ cans __25c For Cooking, Baking, and as a Beverage IONA COCOA, 2 Ib. can 15c Kt'd Cross PAPER TOWELS, 2 rolls 19c Toilet Soap PALMOLIVE, 4 cakes 23c 35c "O 7c Ked Circle COFFEE, 2 Mb. bugs Minute •* -f TAPIOCA, 8-oz. pkg.-i J- C Ann Page Quick Comlnis TAPIOCA, 8-oz. pkg. Kajah Long Shred COCOAJfUT, 1 f\ 1-lb. bag J.&C Sultana Bed SALMON, 2 16-oz. cans FBUITS AND VEGETABLES ORANGES, size 288, doz. HEAD LETTUCE, size 60, 3 heads < 23c Shredded WHEAT, 2 12-oz. pkgs. _. A & P APPLE 9Q*> SAUCE, 4 No. 2 cuns^t/C ANN Page -j -j ' KETCHUP, 14-oz. hot-/ J- " Sunnyfield FLOUR, <ff flR 49-lb. bag $4 •l/tJ Ajax Laundry 9K** SOAP. 10 9-oz. bars.*?3 C 10-12 oz. bars 86c USE DAILY FEEDS Dally Egg Scratch " 45c 100-lb. bag FEED, 25-lb. bag Win a trip to the "New York World's Fair"! Details on every package "Nectir" and "Our Own" Teas A&p FOOD STORES It's SPRING at and our racks are now full of beautiful new fabrics and handsome styles in Spring Suits and Topcoats Moderately Priced . lg.50 $25.00 $ 3 Q. OD Green-the Spring Color Hit Misty Greens in perfect taste. Fabrics of Worsted a SRi h t"n a o WBlu "' Q,,KH ^ Ued , Greens THE HUB CLOTHIERS "The CIMMiw Comer o( NiMh l^T UUIUIUHIIIIlUUIIIUIIUIUIIIUIIlUliuiuiHuii U ii Uuul . um . u . ••**•*!• JUM/CI

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