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ns* The Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1, 1934 Swea City Basketeers Nose Out Algona in Overtime* 33-32 Sttundtsburg; Cagers Play Here Friday in Renewal of Annual Struggle A grim, determined basketball team from Swea City unloosed a savage on tflaught in the first half to smother the Algona high Bulldog. 1 ;, Monday ev «ning, were in their turn smothered by uncanny shooting on the part of Al- (ona in the third period, and then returned to the fray to capture the contest in an overtime period, 33 to 32 It was by far the most exciting game of the year, and one which repaid the large attendance. In a preliminary the Algona seconds defeated Swea City seconds, 25 to 14. Coach Armand Schuler of Swea City toad three lettermen left from lasi year's fast outfit, Fults, Krumm anc Bravender. And although these three men were all outstanding, it was a diminutive forward by the name of Smith •who really sank the Algona hopes Smith tallied six baskets, and it was his shooting in the first half which put Swea City out in the lead. Swe» City on Offense Krumm opened the scoring, and Algona trailed 5 to 2, at the quarter. The eeeond period was worse, with Swea City pulling ahead, 15 to 5. Algona was baffled; Swea City unleashed an aggressive attack that kept the ball in Algona territory, and shots went for baskets, although Algona missed some• thing like IS chances at the basket. I Bub it was the second period that caw the basketball played. Algona started off with Cretzmeyer sinking 1 two goals in a row, SeUstrom countered with a beautiful one-handed toss, and iMedin slipped one in from the side. Belktrom then tied the score with another long toss, and Medin's free throw «ave Algona the lead for the first tune In the game. Play see-sawed back and Jorth. Algona was hot with a vengeance, and if the boys missed In the first half they made up for it in the second. Bulldogs Smash Eagle Grove, 29-19, Keep Conference Lead First Half Lethargy Fatal to Bulldogs, Despite Great Comeback Algona high school's Bulldog*, by a score of 29 to 19, decisively placed themselves in the lead of the North Central conference, and gave notice that the remainder of their opponents will do well to prepare for some hard fought contests. Emmetsburg, although not a member of the North Central conference, will be the next opponent o' the Bulldogs, coming here Friday night; NORTH CENTRAL SIX W, Pet .800 .750 Algnu ................ 4 1 Webster City .......... 3 1 Hmnbotdt ......... ....2.. 2 .500 Hampton ............... 2 3 .400 Eagle Grove 1 2 .333 Clarion ............ ....1 4 .200 Three Out on Personals When Hewitt went out of the visitor's lineup with four personals. Hanifan replaced him. The end of the fourth 'quarter found the teams tied at 31 all. In the overtime, Krumm and SeDstrom both went out on personal fouls and Ranlfan's basket won the game with a minute or so to go. Tt would be impossible to pick out any stars in the game. Forgetting the first half, the last part of the game found every Algona man playing a •whale of a game. Perhaps special mention should be made of Shackleford, •who exhibited his best game of the jear. Swea City's entire lineup functioned as a good team should, and the visitors' although held on even terms in the last half, and slightly outplayed at times, deserved the victory as the result of their high-pressure play in first half. WTl Shake Over Confidence The game should do Algona Rood. The Bulldogs will have any over confidence shaken out of them, and they know that when they really get to driving they can make points. We hope Emmetsburg on Friday night, and Liv- ertnore on Saturday night will And that out. The summary: ALGONA (32) Pg Ft Pf B. Medln. t 2 2 3 Spencer, f i i 3 Cretsmeyer, c 3 ehackleford, g 2 Sellstrom. g g fining, g 0 r Sellstrom and Cretancyer were Uie big scoring cogs in the attack The score at half time was 20 to 11. in favor of Algona, and was the result of a mighty neat passing attack by the Mercer men. Exhibit Fine Toun Work With a good-sized «tmi «t hand for the Eagle Grove game, and the oon- n-e »«>rt it ji*K^. Alswa felt Its metUe, and pta.wtJ fine ball. The locals used caution combined wiUi spewl «t the light time to glre U* fans a grrtU I xhlbition of ball-handling. Of lamer- I er was in top form in floor play, although he had a little hard luck on a few shots. Rws Medin pluvpd a fancy brand of bail and his sccurato eve came in mighty fcanslr. I; was his basket from welt out on the floor which (woke the svririt of the Easle Grove boys toward the end of the game, when they were making a desperate attempt to catch the Bulldogs. Bob Sellstrom'5 play was outstanding. His six baskets were all the result of carefully worked out plays in which his team mates cooperated. All in all, the entire quint, through its fine team work, won the game. If the boys can continue to play the cooperative game ;hey have been exhibiting the Red and Black should hang up a mighty fine season's record. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER January 24, trace of snow —43 11 January 25 23 0 January 26 50 19 January 27 54 32 January 28 48 -5 January 29 3 -12 January 30 28 -6 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.37'4 2 yellow 36V4 2 mired 38 Oats 30 Hog*-Sows Medium weight 200-260 $3.00 Butchers 260-300 2.85 Prime Butchers 300-350 2.70 Packing Sows 300-350 235 Packing Sows, 400 2.15 Packing Sows, 400-500 2.10 Light wt, 140-160 2.50 Light, wt., 180 2.70 Cattle Canners and cutters 50c-$1.35 Fat Cow? $150-2.00 Calrfs S3.00-tt.00 Fftt Sfcwrs $3.00-$4.00 Stock St«rs *2.50-*3.50 Bulls $1.5ff-$2.00 Cream I9c Hens, Hens, Poaltry 4M» Ibs. and up .............. 9c under 4H Ibs .............. 7c Leghorn Hens ...................... 6c Springs, 5 ibs. and up ............. Be Springs, under 5 ibs ............... 80 Leghorn Springs .................... 5c Heavy Breed Stags ................. 8c Leghorn Stags ..................... 4c Roosters ........................... 4c Eggs No. 1 .............................. 17c No. 2 .............................. lie MARRIAGE LICENSES Martte Rantleman, Fenton, and Delphine Meier, Whtttemore. Frances Guer, Fort Dodge, and Margaret Huebsch, Humboldt. Floyd Barton, Austin, and Lucille Boylan, Blue Earth, Minn. NEW CARS LICENSED A. Recker, Bancroft, 1933 Ford sedan. Ledyard, Fenton, Lone Rock Maintain No. Kossuth Pace GEO. B. LUDWIG. PROMINENT MAN DIED SUNDAY St. Benedict: George B. Ludwisr, Sr., well known St. Benedict man, passed away Sunday evening about 9:30 o'clock at tils home after an Illness of several months at the age of 71 years. He leaves to mourn his death his widow, S sons. George, Jr., Leo and Jacob, at home, John N-. married and living at an adjoining farm and Lawrence, married and tolng at Garner, also two daughters, Mrs. Dan Frofehlieh and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer, living ift this vicinity, two brothers and three sisters, also seven grandchildren. Mrs. Greg Studer of .this place is s sister. One daughter died tit Infancy. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at the Catholic church here. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer were Sunday dinner infests at the Tony Kirsch home st Algona. The farmers' annual grain meeting was held Monday afternoon. L. M Arndorfer and Dan Froejillch were rejected and .George Fentl, Jr., was elected to take the olace of P. F. Immer- al), who resigned. Leo itnmerfall, who is employed a) Algona, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Immerfall. REV.A.J.KOONCE , FAREWELL GUEST 3 0 0 0 SWEA CITY (S3) 13 6 ia Fg Ft Pf FulU. f ! 3 3 2 emith, f a o i Krumm, o 1 i 4 Bravender, g 3 o 2 Hewitt, g 0 0 4 Hanlfan, f-g i i o 14 5 13 Many Friends Gather at Community Hall, Friday, to Say Goodbye LuVerne: A farewell party was tendered Rev. A. J. Koonce and family on Friday evening at the community hall. There was a very large crowd and a fine program was given. The program consisted of the singing of hymns by all, speeches by Miss Kate Skinner of Fort Dodge, Rev. David Lang, pastor of the Evangelical church. Rev. Wm. Baddeley. pastor of the Methodist church, which were responded to by R«V. Koonce, Miss Nor ma Partridge gave two vocal solos. Miss Irene Swenson gave two solos and Miss Bernlce Swensen two readings, a duet was given by Grace and Helen Chrls- tensen and a piano solo by Lois Colwell. Rev. and Mrs. Koonce were presented with a quilt aa a farewell gift. They leave February 1st for their new charge in Emor. Valley, Pennsylvania. A two point victory was made by each of the boys' and girls' academy teams when they met Wesley on the home court Monday evening in fast moving games. At the end of the games scores stood: boys, 17-15 and girls, 16 to 14. The boys showed a 100 per cent im- jrovement in their brand of basketball. They played a much cooler and saner game than at Fort Dodge last Friday night and showed that they were really thinking basketball. Han;en played a stellar game for the home ;cam, making nine of the total paints. Kunz and Erdmann were outstanding Wesley performers. The academy girls lacked some of their customary smoothness and pep in the first half of the game, making a score of only 6 to the fast moving opposing team who also showed a sure handling of the ball. In the last half. however, both the forwards and guards played good games adding ten points to the total at the half and holding the Wesley forwards to one point. Honors were divided between the two forwards Laura Hansen and Hazel Walker. ST. CECELIA'S (17) Fg Ft Pf Hansen, f .................... 4 i i Dahlhauser, f ................ 2 &FRUITSc&d VEGETABLES Texas Seedless Grapefruit Bananas Head Lettuce 2 for 11c 4 Ibs. 25c 2 for 9c !<&>• Special Ic Sale LIPTON'S Green Japan Teat 17c Add. pkf. 18o Chlpeo Flakca or Granules 2 packages 29c F. it G. Soap, 8 If. ban 25c Bowiene, 2 cans 15c SonbrHe Cleanser, 2 cans 9c Excel! Sodas, i Ib. caddy .21c Pfllnbury-s Sno- Sheen Cake Flour, pkf 25c Red Circle c<>ff«eib. 21c M. J. B. c 0 ff« it, 29c Cornt, 4£ n , 2 29c Peas IOM 2 NO. 2 Cans 21c Country EggsDo, 16c Virginia Sweet Pancake 1'Tour, 3y t a. pfcf ............. zio 1 Ib. can ............... 24c HebM Odor Vinegar, 2-16 oz. boUba ................. lie Betas Oder Yuk.tsur, 2 qt. btttttM for ............. 29c Del Mate Nflrieto, B <*n» £5c Kraft Cheeee, American or Brick, per Ib ilo Aim Pace Currant or Grape Jelly, 8 ox. jar lOc Balaton's Wheat Oata, pkg. Nk Bajah Mustard, 8 or. jar Sc Aon Pace Preserve*, two 16- oz. ftn 29c Ai A I-I IA NT 1C & PACIFIC TEA CO. ACADEMY TEAMS WIN IN NARROW MARGIN VICTORIES Wesley Boys Defeated 17-15, and Girls Lose by 16-14 Scors Fenton Goes to Ledyard in Feature Game This Week Leaders of the North Kossuth conference all came through with victories to their credit last week. Ledyard boys rimmed the Seneca boys 32 to 17 to ceep their first olace position secure 'or at least one more week. Penton boys ran their record to six victories igainst two defeats by winning from Titonka 34 to 15. Lone Rock boys also balked up their sixth victory in eight onference games to share seoind place ith Fenton by defeating Bancroft 20 o 11. Seneca girls came through with 20 to 15 victory over Ledyard girls nd thereby stepped into sole posses- ion of first place In the girls' division f the conference. This week the Fenton boys play at jedyard and a great game is in store or the fans -up there. Ledyard's or- y conference defeat was at the hands f Fenton and they will be out to even matters up with them. Bancroft will play at Seneca and Lone Bock will play at Titonka. Boys' standings Monday, Jan. 29: Won Lost Pet. LEGION ENDORSES UNION LAKE PLAN ATBURTMI A joint meeting of the Kossuth county American Legion and Auxiliary was held at Burt, Wednesday, Jan. 24, where the posts of the county were guests of the Burt post. County Commander L. M. Merritt and County Auxiliary chairman, Ida Larson, presided. There were about 125 present. One of the Important items of business taken up was the passage of a resolution endorsing the restoration of Union Slough as a sanctuary and breed- Ing gfiround for migratory waterfowl as one of the Federal projects to acquire waste and marginal land. John Momyer was appointed publicity chairman. A program of music during the meet- ng was conducted by Mrs. T. T. Herbst, and a solo number was presented by Mrs. Nelson of Burt. Commander Radke of Burt presented the Algona post with the "Joe Bloom Trophy" and speculation was rife as to what post would win it next. A quarterly meeting of the eight un- ts of the Auxiliary of the county will ie held at Penton today at 1:45 p. m. The Algona unit will present a half hour pep program following the business meeting. Friday night a joint meeting of tho Algona post and Auxiliary will be held icre. The Legion meeting will start at 7:30 p. m. and the joint meeting at » p. m. ^edyard 'enton ....0 x>ne Rock 6 [ttonka 2 Bancroft i Seneca 1 2 2 0 6 6 .875 .750 .750 250 .143 .143 Girls standing are as follows: Won Lost Pet. Seneca 3 \ .750 I Lone Rock 2 1 .687 ! Ledyard o 3 .000 Thissen, f ................... o 0 Patterson, f .................. o 0 Kelly, c ..................... i o Baker, g ..................... i o Daughan, g ................. o 0 8 WESLEY (15) „_ Erdman, f Hautpman, f ............... o McCall, f Krause, c ............... Fg Ft Pf 2 0 0 2 0 o 1 Lloyd, g .................... o Referee, K. Mercer; 0 3 G scorer, Hegarty. SID J. BACKUS RITES THIS P.M. (Continued from Page One) master, which position he held at the time of his death, being about to complete 12 years In that position. Actrve in Civic Life Mr. Backus was always active in all public enterprises and was jxjpuiar and forceful In all matters. He was a. m*m- ber of the Ma&cnic lodge and Eastern Star. He also belonged to the Modem Woodmen, Royal Neighbors, Yeomen, Mystic Workers and Redmen lodges. He was one of the charter members ot the Algona Rotary club and one of that club's most active members. Home Alwatyv First With Sid In 1900 Mr. Backus was married to Miss Laura Eaton of Duncombe, Iowa. They have three children, Howard, who Is at the head of the schools at Coulee Washington, Betty, who is a clerk in the Algona postofflce and Miss Eleanor, who is a student at Dubuque University. Mrs. Backus and the children have the sympathy of the community in their great bereavement. Bid was essentially a family man and it was there that he found his sole enjoyment of life. Nothing was too good for those he loved and his memory will always be cherished by them as a perfect husband and father. Besides his immediate family, he leaves two eis- | tens, Mrs. Carrie Swesey and Mrs J 1 H. Bc-cker, both of D-»> »«oiaes. Save money on your gasoline and oil. Buy at the orange colored CORYELL stations—now in seven states of the middle west. CORYELL always sells for less, because CORYELL does not tie up money in high overhead, expensive stations. The savings in interest, inpipance and depreciation atife on to you in lower prtoeo. 5 CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Nice clean 1931 Chevrolet coach, good tires and 1934 license.— Algona Auto Market, West of Court House. 5 FOR SALE—Nice clean 1929 Chevrolet coupe with 1934 license.—Algona Auto Market, West of Court House. 5 TV, .-DISTRICT COUUT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY APRIL TERM, A. D., 1934 FOR SALE—Horses at the old Cosgrove bam.—C. L. McVey, Phone 791. 4-5* Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $7750.—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf FOR SALE—DeVries and Wallace ll sell at public auction, 22 head of good work horses. This sale will be held Friday afternoon, Jan. 26, in the Buffalo Center Sales pavilion. 4 EQUITABLE LiFE A8-) SURANCE SOCIETY OF) THE UNITED STATES. ) Plaintiff) John P. Helderscheldt, ad-) mlnlstrator of the Estate of) Michael Helderucheldt, De-) ceased; Adam Helderscheldt:) Mathew Heldericheldt: Mag:-) gle Simon; Kathryn Jucum,) otherwise known as Juchen;) Su»le Andre; Annie Mar-) nach; Mary Korman; Valen-) tine Dieter; Mike Dieter;) Tonle Dieter; Kathren Die-) er; Valantlne Helderscheldt;) •loe Helderscheldt; John) Helderscheldt; Charlie Held-) erechefdt; Mike Helder-) cheldt; Adam Helderscheldt;) Katie Helderscheldt Waff-) ner; Dora Helderscheldt) Wagner; Mike Von Bank;) Peter Von Bank; Nick Von) Bank; Joe Von Bank; Lli-) rte Schaller; Katie Von) Bank; Rose Stalleman or) Rtattleman; Mary Orlgner or) Orlger; Maggie Yackley;) Johnnie Heldencheldt; John) Berkhlmer: Kossuth County;) Mrs. Henry Bonnstetter,) sometimes known aa Katie) Bonnstetter; Mrs. Eugene) Welter, sometimes known asX>Rini!«AL Maggie Welter; Mrs. Jake)!»OTICB Marti, sometimes known as) Anna Marti; Mrs. Hiram) Rl«8. sometimes known as) Mary Hlen. Mrs. Qeorge) Hohaller. sometimes known) as Susie Schaller; Mrs.) Carl Hatern. some times) known as Veronica Sat-) ern; lifenry Marnach; Mrs.) Lou Oabrlelson, sometimes) known as Lena Qabrlelson;) Mike Marnach; Eugene) Marnach; Mrs. Matt Hent-) Ken, sometimes known as) Katie Hentges; Emma Ju-) ckum, sometimes known as) Emma Juchen); Henry Ju-) ckum, sometimes kmwn as) Henry Juchem; Thomas Ju-) ckum, «om«tlmes known as) Thomas Juchem; Adam Ju-) ckum, sometimes known as) Adam Juchem; John Juck-) um, sometimes known as) John Juchem; Mrs. Feter) EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 40c per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.—J. w. Haggard, Algona, phone 230. 3-tf Miscellaneous Experienced girl wants steady work doing housework. Call 230. 5* WANTED—Good, competent waitress. Apply at Algona Hotel. 5 WANTED—Experienced saleslady to establish cosmetic route. Write applications to Don lieleney, Britt, Iowa. 4-5* Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— KLrschi Laundry. Phone 287. 49-U FOR SALE—Threaners or corn (hell- ers' liens. Algona Upper Des Moinea. FINE PIANO SACRIFICED—Death in family breaks up home. Leaving for California. Want to dispose of Funeral Thursday I piano now at a friend'* home in Al- Foneral services will be held at 2:30 ' Kona. Beautiful case, excellent coa- p. m. Thursday at the Congregational church of which Mr. Backus was a member. Rev. B. M, Southgate a former pastor, now of Britt, will conduct the service, assisted by Rev. Hoerner. The ceremony at the grave will be conducted by the Masons. The paJl bearers are: Glen Brunson Des Moiiits, W. E. McDonald, Hugh Herman, Carl Pearson, E. J. Van Ness, and C. A, dition. Ottered at exceptionally low price, to sell at once, for full particulars write: Box 66, E«tberviUe. la. 3-4-5 For Bent FOR RENT—Th* V. V. Vought 160 acre farm 14 mUe*i south of Algooa on 160. Inquire «t place.—V. V. Vought, Bode. 6« CapauscleH, sometimes) HENRT known as Mrs. Peter Cape-) stun; Peter Capsuscies.) sometimes known as Peter) Capeslus; Matt Hentges. Defendants.) TO SAID DEFENDANT: MAHNACH. You and each of you are hereby notified that there U now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the petition of the Plaintiff, claiming of you, the sum of 18,000.00 on account of your promissory note dated May 17, 1827. originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to the Plaintiff herein; also for the foreclosure of the reul estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, which mortgage wan originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the Plaintiff herein, together with Interest on said note and penalty thereupon as provided In said note and mortgage given to secure It; also fees for the extension of Uie abstract, attorney fees, costs and taxes provided by the terms of said mortgage, which mortgage covered the following described real estate in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wlt: The South- Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section IS, Township 84. Range 29. West of the 6tb P. M., containing 7( acres inure or less, according to the Government Survey thereof; and Is recorded In Book **. Page 120, of the records of Kossutb County, Iowa. Petition will also ask for the appointment of a receiver. For further particulars, see Petition. Personal Judgmest la demanded against uo one. And unless you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day of tho April Term of the District Court of Kossuth County, to be held at Al- K"uu. Iowa, commencing on the 2nd clay of April, 1»3«. default will be c-otertJ against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon. BARNES, BARNES * WADSWORTH, 1-7 Attorneys for Plaintiff. West Bend "Kid»" Get Inoculated Diphtheria West Bend: The children In ttoe grades of the tmMIc and parochial schools were Inoculated for diphtheria. Monday at the public school building. The children are to have another shot of vaccine a month from now. Or. Olveiw did the work, assisted by Mrs. J. O. Bcurr. Oscar Rlley was an Algona visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolto spent the week end in LuVerne with Mr. Wolfro's parents. . Mrs. B. P. Bliss and daughters. Evelyn and Mary B. have been on the sick list the past week. The Acheson property, owned by Mrs. Don Sinclair was gold Friday to Mrs. Win. Snook, who lives near Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Staler of Dako- Olty spent Saturday here at the home of his brother, Henry Eisler and family. Miss cloyce Hasbrooke was called to her home at LeMars Friday by the death of an aunt. She returned home Tuesday morning. Mrs. Alex Bonnstetter returned on Monday morning from Des Mblnefc, where she spent the week end with her husband, Representative Bonnstetter. The declamatory contest was held Monday evening at the high school. Those taking first and second in oratorical were Joseph Mersch and Ronald Collins; dramatic. Irene Mikes and Florence Ftoley; humorous, Dorothy Miller and Ruth Thatcher. The basket ball teams went to Bode, Tuesday evening, for a double header. Bode won both games. The score of the boys' game was 32 to 11 and of the girls' 17 to 10. The Mallard teams came over Friday evening and the West Bend girls won by a 20 to 18 score and the boys lost by a 55 to 20 score. The girls' team play in the* county tournament in Emmetsburu Feb. 2 and 3. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf is recoverta* from the flu. There is an epideflMc of colds and an illness in most homes. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Potter went to Sherburn, Minn., Saturday to visit at the A. E. Spear home. They returned home Sunday. . . .„ The Mothers and Daughters club Will hold a valentine party £eb. 14th at the H. C. BJelland home, Eist Lucas street, Algona, across from the Luther Hall. Howard Wayne, weighing 9 pounds, was bom a week ago Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. August Hansen on the Quarton farm. There are two daughters -in the family. Mr. and MM. Thosr. Fell and son. George, a marine home on a vacation, all of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Every Fell vishid the Robert Runcher home Sunday. '' Monday, 31 Jisslsted Mr. and Mrs. H. I». Potter laToelebratlng their 14th wedding anniversary. Refreshments were served by the Potter* and a good time was reported. Another son was bom last week OR Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Oeorg* Sanders. They now have four girls and three boys. The family reside Ota the- old Lee Miller farm. Mr. and Mrs. & if. Olson of HunU- boldt visited the /ore part of last weefc at the Lawrence Olson home. The latter held a closing out sale Tuesday and' expects to move to Algona soon. James Hood and James Montgomerr of Waconda, South Dakota, returned home the fore part of last week after visiting at the Lewis Wlldln home and' son, Arthur, who is slowly recovering: at the Kossuth hospital. Paul, youngest son of Mr. and Mr*. Earl Miller, threatened with pneumonia ten days ago, is able to be out. Hie Harry Sabln family is .having the flu- and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Byson is reported ill with scarlet fever. Last week Wednesday Roy Smith returned from Elk Creek. Mb., having- visited his sister and father. They report summer weather. D. A. Teeter accompanied him, visiting relatives at Fairfield. They were gone ten days. Home - Dress Makers Paradise CbfediliuSHvfc.it When you're planning your new spring dress— you'll find everything you need at this store. Needles, thread, taf>e, patterns and material—everything required—is here, ready for you. This store has a state wide reputation for carrying a complete and varied stock of dry goods, equalled by few of even the larger institutions. It will pay you to see the new prints, cotton goods, silks that are arriving daily. We carry a 4-size stock of Butterick patterns and an even more complete range of Simplicity. Make our convenient pattern table at the rear of the store, your home sewing headquarters. Special This Week—All Remnants- pay £ off the regular price. Public Sale Saturday, February 3, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are ll*tlng stuff every day and will not give a oomntete list for this Mle, but we have the best offering ol furniture that we ham offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private aaleT On our Saturday Sale we wiO have a special lot of Furniture Machinery, aigo some live stock. And on Wednesday, February 7, we will have our usual run of livestock, consisting of ao head of horses, cattle, hogs and poultry. About 25 head of cattle, consisting of mildi cows, some fresh and others to be soon. About 16 head of yearling steera and heifers! also a lew 2 year old steers and heifers. A number of fall plus and boars. Chickens of all breeds. *^^ Some Furniture aud other articles. Our sales pavilion will be open dally and commencing Wednesday b^situr^y*siae. Wld UVe8to< * **** ~ Wedne ' d '* «* ouTSS * h ^L J t u ***** to sen and be on hand to buy what you want 4*lb. Ifo property to be removed until settled for. TEE C. 0. Kiddle, Auctioneer •fti* pavfllon east of C. * N. W. 4ep«i. immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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