The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 8,1934 LONE ROCK FRIENDS ATTEND PARTY ON BIRTHDAY OF MRS. HAACK Frank Schueler Wins High Prise, Louis Hackbarth Receives Low Lone Rock: The following attended a party at the Fred Haack home last Wednesday evening, given in honor of Mrs. Haack'a birthday: Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wills and John Lening- «r of AlgKHSa, Mr. and Mrs. Prank atfcueter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Unite, Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs, Mr. aad Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, Mr. and MW. Ralph Prlebe, Wm. Murray, Reu«*n Llohty. Five hundred was played. Frank Schueler won high prize and Louis Hackbarth won low prize. Aekerman'g Entertain The following were entertained at tke Jim Ackerman home Sunday even, lag: Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, robs, •art and Hiram, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aekerman and Ralph Carney, all of Swart, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg, Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prlebe and family and Theo. Krueger. Mrs. Watson Snick and son, Charles . sMkde a business* trip to Estherville last h Monday. Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth, •f Hurt, visited at the Charles Morris borne Sunday. Mrs. Walter Lockwood and children ef Burt visited at the Otis Sanders borne last Monday. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at tine home of Miss Tena Jensen Friday, March 10th.. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz visited at theCharles Schultz home near Bttmore, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Madsen of Ringsted were supper guests at the Andrew Thomsen home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn and sons spent the week end at Plpestone, Minn. with Mrs. Qulnn's father, Mr .Kerr. Etta, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rath, who had pneumonia a few weeks ago, is not convalescing rapidly. The third and fourth grade pupils gave a surprise birthday party for their Week End SPECIALS FANCY LATER FIGS dime brick PORK AND BEANS, largo No. 2% can ... BOIX>GNA, per pound HOMINY, Morning Light, No. 2 can 7c lOc fOc SHRIMP, Superb extra fancy, 2 cans .......... PEANUT BUTTER, Superb, 26 oz. jar . . . FEABERRY COFFEE Pound .............. POSTUM CEREAL, per package BLUE BARREL SOAP 0 giant bars SARDINES, 8 cans COCOA SYRUP. Hershey's, per can 23c 17M 20c 25c 25c 5c BAKING CHOCOLATI Heraheya, K lb. cake BREAKFAST COCOA Hershey, pound can ... SALMON, 2 tall cans COOKIES, plain awt., 3 Ibs. .. MARSHMALLOWS, 1 pound bag BISCUITS, Whole Wheat, pkg. 15c 26c 25c 16o 12o teacher, Miss Howe, last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders and family spent the week end at Renwick with Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. Claus Helmke. Mrs. M. H. Schloerrmn and daughter, Margaret and son, Worth of Estherville visited at the W. J. Cotton home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft visited at the R. G. Borchardt home at. East Chain and at the Otto Laabs home at Fairmont Sunday. Edith Worthington, R. N., was called to the home of her brother, Enos at Estherville Sunday to care for Mrs. Worthington, who Is ill. H. E. Mlcka, the depot agent, was called to Monroe, Wls., by the death of his brother, George E. Micka, who was killed in a car accident. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyer and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer and daughter, Anna, of Corwith visited at the Wm. Krause home Sunday. Louis Arbogast and Louis Schoft of Walertown, Wis., visited at the Glenn Sharp homes last Tuesday. Mr. Arbogast is an uncle of Mrs. Sharp. Jessie Stebrttz, daughter Kathryn and Melvln Hawks drove to Mason City Sunday to take her daughter, Gladys back to resume her college work after a few days' visit. Rev. McMlcan of Fonda had charge of the services at the local church on Sunday. He was accompanied to Lone Rock by a Mr. Weldenauer and a Miss Carlson of Fonda. Mrs. Ben Guenther received word on Thursday of the death of her sister- in-law, Mrs. Meta Andreason at Davenport. Mrs. Guenfcher left Friday to attend the funeral. The Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanohard last Tuesday evening. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich next Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and family and Gertrude Elckenberger of Algona, Mrs. John Rath, son, Lawrence, were Sunday dinner guests at the Chris Shaser home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman, and Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank attended an American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Swea City last Tuesday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Fischer home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer and son of Swea City, Grace Peterson of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prlebe and family. The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. W. G. Flalg Friday afternoon. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mrs. Frank Flalg was assisting hostess. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Otto Jensen and Mrs. E. M. Jensen visited Mrs. Ethel Benjamin at Armstrong Friday. Mrs. Benjamin and son, Jack,' accompanied them home and spent the week end at the Roy Jensen home. Mrs. Agnes McBride and son, Ambrose spent the week end at Waterloo at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Speed. Mrs. McBride also visited her brother, John Cahill at Charles OJty, who had the misfortune to have both of his knee- caps broken in an accident. Mrs. Fred Genrich, son Bernard, daughter Lucille, Mrs. Alex Krueger, daughter Muriel, and son, George attended a birthday dinner at the M. E. Blanchard home at Irvlngton Saturday honoring the birthdays of Edward Blanchard and son, Delbert, Bernard Genrich and George Long which were Friday and Saturday. LOWEST TRAVEL COST Why Get Up Nights? Make Thb 25o Tert Ucc tfte bladder as you would the bowels. Drive out impurities and ex- oeaatve acids that cause irritation, burning, and frequent desire. Get a 29 cent box of BU-Kets, the bladder laxative, from any drug store. After four days if you are not relieved of getting up nights go back and get your money. BU-Kets, containing buchu •eaves, Juniper oU, etc., acts pleasantly and effectively on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. If you are bothered with backache, or leg pains oaused from bladder disorders you are bound to feel better after this cleansing and; you geo your regular sleep. B. W. Lusby, Druggist, Algona, and W. J. Dentoo, Druggist, Tltonka, say Buk- eU is a beet seller. n History 1 Bound Trip 4 A Each Way in Coaches 2c A Mile Each way in Sleepers or ' Parlor Cars, space extra A few sample round trip coach fares from Algona, Iowa, to Mason City, Iowa Charles City, Iowa ....$2.88 Chicago, Dl. IHJZ1 Milwaukee, Wta. $12.82 Emmetebnrg, Iowa Spencer, Iowa $L7S Tickets on sale every day between all stations on The Milwaukee Road. SAVE TIME—SAVE MONEY SAVE YOUR NERVES Let the engineer do tthe driving. C. A. JOYNT. Agt. 134 The MILWAUKEE Road JOHNSON'S GROCERY Gives Away Another Set of Dishes SATURDAY, MARCH 17 YOU MAY WIN! VWkArVWVVW gmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmu^ Have Your Car Overhauled and repainted now before the summer tush begins. Only fin* "'qtff material and workmanship. Prices right. A, C. Snufc Flogs A.C. Fuel Pimm Part* Complete Line of Elreftrkral Part* Wm. C. Dau Garage General Repairing, Fender and Body Work, Fainting. Phone 166 Akjona, Iowa. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Reception Held at Sexton for Mr.-Mrs. Steven; 90 Present Sexton: A reception was held in (he Sexton church last week Saturday ev- :nlng In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. A program was {riven, consisting of readings, songs, musical numbers and playlets in song, after which ice crfam, cup cakrs, cookies and coffee were served in the Sunday School room to everyone. There were around ninety people present. Olsen-Steven Wedding A very pretty weddng took place in the Sexton church last week Friday at high noon, when, Miss Neva Olson and Leo Steven, were united In marriage by ;he Rev. I. C. McNulty, Sexton and Wesley pastor. The bride wore a beautiful blue silk crepe dress trimmed in white with accessories to match. She waa attended by her sister, Mrs. Leslie Huff. The groom was attended ay the bride's brother, Arthur Olsen. The ceremony took place hi the presence of relatives and close friends. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen. The newlyweds started housekeeping Monday in the tenant house on the Carl Poet! farm north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman acd family were business callers in Mason City last week Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Black and family moved last week to Algona and Ooedera of Algona moved onto the farm the Blacks vacated. Arthur Stueber began working or. March first for Joseph Cink on his Farm southeast of Sexton. Last year he worked for W. C. Taylor. Roscoe Stewart, who mates his home with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen near Wesley, visited Sunday afternoon with his friend, Bernard Weaver at his home. Mr. and Mrs. William Neurc'h and family moved iast week from the farm north of town 10 the Pla'nvtew farm between Sexto'i tnd Wesley on the piving. Mr. and Mrs, Strother Wise and four children of near Plymouth, northeast* of Mason C'.ty, were Saturday dinner et'ts at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrlck moved to a farm west of Irvington last week Thursday and a Mr. Wingert of Wesley moved to the farm thatj the Hedricks occupied east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Greenfield's uncle. Mr. and and Mrs. Wlliam Green- fiold, who live near Irvington. Miss Mary Harris came home Saturday evening and visited over Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Ida May Harris. She returned to Algona Monday afternoon, her mother going with her to stay until Tuesday. Th« Albert Grosenbach family left with their household goods last week SPRING MOVERS ABOUT FENTON Annual March 1 Shift Finds Number of Families in New Location Fent.on: Among <hc spring movers are the Otto Ohms who moved on (he place vacated by Melvln Mansager. The latter moved to the John Light farm; the Lights Into the Dan Hantclman residence In Fenton; the Emil Hasses to the farm vacated by the Ohms. The Marinus Nelsons moved to the Edward Weisbrod farm seven miles north of town. The Airhart family of Whitemore moved on the farm vacated by the Nelsons; the J. W. Hartmane to a farm south of Lone Rock; the Mino Behrends to the farm vacated by the Hartmans; the Nathan Banwarte of Rodman moved to the farm south of Fenton vacated by the Heddingers; the Wm. Hantelmans moved to their farm southwest of town: the R D. Whites moved Into the house they vacated; the Russell 'Thompsons to a farm near Lone Rock; Mrs. John Helgens will move back into the house vacated by the Whites; the John Campbells moved to a farm near Seneca; the Harry Elmores to the place they vacated. Wednesday for Ortnncll where have rented a farm. Mr. and they Mrs. Fred Plumb and family of the Good Hope neighborhood have moved where the Oroscnbachs lived. A number of people from Sexton attended the evan«eU«Uo meetings Sunday held In the Nazarene church In Algona, conducted by Mrs. Georgia Walraven of Des Moines, and the Misses Joy and Mary Latham of Wilmore. Ky., and .they are very appealing to everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgln of In•wood spcnti the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, north of town. Mrs. Hodgin came on Thursday evening to attend the wedding on Friday of her brother, Leo, and then Mr. Hodgln came after school on Friday evening to be here for the reception on Saturday evening. Grandpa Ferdinand Ram us, who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Edward Winkle, celebrated his 94th birthday Monday, February 28th. Mr. Ram us, a well liked citizen, is considered the oldest person of this community. His friends came Monday and extended their congratulations and best wishes. Grandpa Ramus is still en- Joying good health and Is able to be up and around every day. Our con- gratuaUJons to the honoree. His son- in-law, Edward Winkle, celebrated his 66th birthday the same day. ORIGINAL NOTICE! April Term, 1934 IN THB DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND KOH KOSSUTH COUNTY Emllle Warmblcr, Plaintiff, vs. A. P. Curran, unmarried, Alinee Well, et ul, Defendants TO THB DEFENDANT, AIMEE WEIL: You are hereby notified that there la now on fllo In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Koisuth County, Iowa, the Petition of the plaintiff asking judgment In Hem against the Southwest Quarter (8W14) of the Southwest Quartar (8WU) of Section Eleven (11), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the Fifth P. M., for the sum of Five Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy- two and 19-100 Dollars ($5872.19) together with Interest from April 2nd. 1934. at eight per cent (8 per cent) per annum, being the amount due on a certain note grlven by the defendant, A. F. Curran, and one Nellie M. Curran to Ed Warmbler for Five Thousand Dollars ($5.000.00) under date of October 3rd, 1917, due January 1st. 1928, and extended to January 1st, 1933, and also asking judgment for costs Including an attorneys' fee for plaintiff's attorneys aa provided by law. Plaintiff further asks Decree for the foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage given by the said A. F. Curran, and Nellie M. Curran, to secure the note above described under date ot October 3rd, 1917, covering the above described premises, which mortgage was recorded In the office of the Recorder of Kossuth County, Iowa, In Hook 70 of Real Estate Mortgages on Page 153. Plaintiff further prays that said judgment be decreed to be a first, prior, superior and paramount lien against the mortgaged premlses~and that whatever right, title or interest the defendants, or any of them, have In said premises that the game be decreed to be junior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage. Plaintiff further asks that the mortgaged premises be sold at Special Execution Sale In the manner provided by law and that on and after the date of sale all of the right, title and Interest of the defendant! in and to said mortgaged premises be forever barred and foreclosed except such rights of redemption aa are expressly provided by law and that If said premises be not redeemed that the Sheriff place the purchaser in possession thereof. For further particulars see Petition on file. Now unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon ot the second day of tlie next term of said court. being the April 1S34 term, to be held at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, In said county commencing; on the 2nd day of April, A. D.. 1834, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon In accordance with the prayer of aald Petition. SULLIVAN, McMAHON ft LINNAN, •-IS Attorney* for Plaintiff. Twent Year New s M CRESCO NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher of Burt were Sunday guests at the O. H. Graham home. Hazel Weisbrod attended the Willing Workers dub ab the home of Mrs. S. O. Sande near Seneca, Saturday afternoon. Helen Radlg has been hired to teach the remainder of the term in district No. 9, following the resignation of Mrs. K. O. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel drove to Waldorf, Minn., Sunday for a visit) with Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson and family. They returned home Sunday evening. The Elmer Olsons of Britt visited on Sunday a« the C. F. C. Laage home. The Olsons were former Fenton residents and neighbors of the Laages, more than ten years ago. HerHha Jaskulke. Mr and Mrs. Everett Dreyer .vid son, JXvold Don nr.d \Villiam Jentz, Jr., were entertained nt a six o'clock dinner at the home of the C. F. Wegeners Saturday. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met last Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church pnrlor. The pro. gram consisted of a story telling contest by several of the members. Mrs. George Eocttcher held a quilting party Saturday afternoon. Her guests Included Mrs. G. W. Newel, Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod, Mrs. H. C. Lindsay, Mrs. Dennis Hendrlckson and Mrs. R. N. Kyle. Mrs. E. K. Johnton wao gucs!/ of hcnor at a blrf day surprte;- party nt her home Sunday evening. Bridje was played. Amos Flnnestad won high prize also the cut prize. E. J. Frank received the consolation prize. Mrs. O. H. Graham was hostess to her bridge club Saturday aftcrnooiu Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod won, high score prize. Mrs. F. H. Elgler received the consolation prize. Mrs. Charles Schemmel of RIngsted was a club guest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel entertained their five hundred club last week. Mrs. Amso Flnnestad and Fred Jacobs won high score prizes. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jentz were club guests. M. E. Ottcrncss was a guest of honor at a birthday anniversary surprise party at the W. C. SLamcr homo Saturday evening. The time was spent In playing, A. H. Pe'crsf.a anJ Mrs. John Arbogast won high prizes. Refreshments were served after the games. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegencr were guests at a seven o'clock dinner at the Tom Goeders home near Cylinder lost week Tuesday evening. The dinner was served by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Banwart of Rodman. Mrs. Irvin Huskamp was pleasantly surprised at her home last week on Tuesday evening by a group of friends and neighbors. The occasion was her birthday anniversary. Five hundred was play»d at S tables. Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and Herman Huskamp won high prizes. The low went to Walter Wegener and Howard Reeder. Refreshment were served by the guests. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch was pleasantly surprised by a group of friends at her home Saturday occasion being her birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod won high prize Mrs. E. A. Wets- brod, the travel prize and Mrs. H. C. Lindsay, the low prize. Other guests were: Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. H .H. Wlddel, Mrs. G. B. Johnson adn Mary Jane Eigler. (Taken from the Upprr Dos Moinrs Rrpublcnn flic."? for the work of Mnrch 11, 1914) Miss Vrda Hrrbst hnd arrived homo from a visit, of several weeks with friends in Chicago. The John Goeders storo hnd Installed a new cash delivery system that was to prove ID be a great convenience. The Mountford Auto Co. had sold new curs the last wrek to A. K. Clix. Frank Gclgel and Jacob Teuschcr. George Nauman and family had moved from near Llvermore to their farm south of Algona the previous week. A. K. Cliff hnd purchased the Wm. Nierllng residence on East Call street and was soon to take possession. Miss Cidney Laird had entertained a number of her girl friends at her home on McGregor street Friday even- enlng. O. E. Van Dorstan and family were expected home at this time from San Arttonio, Texas, where they had spent I the winter. | Ralph Loss, then thirteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss, had been operated upon for appendicitis the previous Sunday. Dr. Peters of Burt had been reelected a member of the school board of that city. He had been a member, at that time, for over nine years. Chas. H. Taylor was making plans to build a new home on his lots on North Minnesota street some time soon. He also planned to rent the home he had been living In at. that time which adjoined the lot of his future home. A dancing school had just been opened in the Woodmani hall with two instnictors in charee, and the tango was being taught. Other Intricate steps which were being taught were the hesitation waltz, Argentine .tango, drenm waltz, grape vine and bunny hug. The county alias which had been compiled by the Upper DOS Moines had proved very popular with the farmers nnd owners of land In the county. These atlases hnd boon mnde with a cheaper grade of bnding so thnt they could bo sold for a low price nnd for that reason were doubly popular. Taken from the column "News nnd Comment": March has not lost nny of its weather nntics. Brght clenr morn- Ings with flurries nnd blizzards before nipht arc whnt you micht expect." "If, reported thnt gasoline will cost thirty cents a unllon this season. If this continues 'Old Dobln' will again, be pressed into service." Herman Wchler of this cty nnd Jos- sle Chrtschtlles of Wfiilttemore. who hnd been teaching in the schools here, hnd been married the Wednesday before nt Whlttcmore. Rosella Biggins hnd acted as ring bearer at the ceremony which hnd tnkr.n place nt the home of the bride's pnrents. The couple had moved into their recently erected home on South Minnesota street. The Georfjp Briwr family visited on Sunday nt. Ilio Oeorpp Stoil h.-me in St. Benedict. Dolph Miller and Miss Alberta Oros- rnbaeh were guost.q Sunday nt the Fernley Runchey home in Enimeffburir. The Albert Oro^onbaehs of Rrxlon \vrrr entertained last \vrck Wednesday evening nt the F. L. Miller nnd F,. C. Wilkins home. A InrRO number attended flip funem! List week Wednesday of Mrs. W. F. .Tenkinson. Others wore present from Burt. nnd Fort Dodge. Mrs. John TJlfers of Fenton irturn- ed home the first of last work after n visit with her pnrents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Greenfield near Irvlngton. Severn! from here nnd a large number including Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood of Good Hope attended the M. E. AW luncheon and St.. Patrick program in Algona Thursday. A number from this locality attended the County Federation of Womanfs clubs mtetlng Tuesday. The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club was one of the hostesses and put on a play. The E. C. Potters and O. S. Moores reached home last Wednesday evening from Chicago, after visiting relatives of Mr. Moore near Chicago, and the Tylers at Oranville. The latter formerly resided here. Word was received here Tuesday which friends will be pleased learn. The daufiifTf: of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gnwlns hnve almost, recovered from th»* who-plns rough and flu and the baby dmig-liter from the pneumonia. They reside in Mason City and arc well known here. Mrs. Crowliv; was Dorothy Greenfield. The L. A. Olsons moved from the S. L. Olson farm to thr- Oeo. Wllley rest- flrne.o on W. Nebraska street in Algor.n rcrenUv; the T,ouis Ornnnnns from the fiilmorc farm to the Ol«^n farm, trip M. C". Worsters to (Iv Oilmore f arm. the Nick Eisehens of CyllndT to fh« \\Vllondorf farm vaeM^t! by the Wo? - c t<-rs: and the F/cl .Tersrrnsons from t! ; Shnddirk place to Our Business . . . Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Holtzbauer's Tin Shop 119 S. Dodge St. Phone 83. CONVENIENT PEERLESS COAI, comes in ftmall flics so it is easy to handle. Easy to get 011 th*. shovel aad into the stove or furnace and no need to break it up. At the same time, it has perfect fire-pot manners which will remind you of the old time big chunks while burning. It's a pleasure to burn PEERLESS COAL. Sold Only By BOTSFORD Lumber Co. "Cartwrijtht IB Dead, Sir"—A TwilMns: Story of Love, Murder and Mastery by Hngh Baker- Starts in The American Weekly, the Masazne Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Implements We Are Representing the J. I. Case Line So see xis before buying your spring needs in all lines of farm machinery including New Idea and Rock Island spreaders. Have some special prices on certain lines. S. H. KLASSIE Phono 714 Algona, la. r^ New Tenant Hurt in Fall from Horse Irvlngton: Frank Kajewski, new tenant on the Mrs. O. R. Lewis farm, vacated recently by the Martin Beckers suffered the fracture last week of several ribs when he was thrown from a htrae. This accident has been extremely painful but Frank is able to be around and ride in a car. Tony Thilges, cousin of Mrs. Kajewskl, la assisting with the farm work. Stomach Trouble Sufferers Drink YERBAVIDA This remarkable beverage, made from a desert herb known, as the "Plant of Life," has brought about most ttpiarttig results in the different forms of stomach trouble—hyper-acidity, gastritis, heartburn, dyspepsia, and ulcers. Yerbavidn la a drugless beverage and Its de Jcious flavor is very pleasing to the taste. A cup at each meal promotes good digestion, while a cup at bedtime in. urea good refreshing sleep. Yerbavlda is inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 210 cups, can be obtained for only $1.00. If your local druggists cannot supply you. accept QO substitute, but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavida Sales Co., 612 Southwest Bldg., Los Angpfo', California, Or a 20- page book, "The Story of Yerbavida" tree on request. For 8ale at Lusby's Drug Wore. Dollars Grow Where You Plant Them If you want flowers iu your backyard, you plant them in your backyard. If you want a free flow of money in your town, you must spend those dollars close to home. Both of those statements are as true and positive as they can be You can't have a growth of dollars and industiy in your home town unless home owners partonize their own businesses. If you don't buy from your fellow-citizens, they can't buy from you. They can't help pay your salary. They can't pay taxes to improve and protect your town. They can't do anything without your money—and soon you too will have no money. Your home industries ask your business on the above basis—and no more. They offer values, quality and merchandise that compares with any. They know your needs and are better able to tend them. They are close to give you constant satisfaction. On all these points, you definitely benefit when you buy from them. Shop in Algona. FOR BETTER TIMES BUY AT HOME This space donated in the interest of local business by The Algona Upper Des Moines

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