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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 5,1934 ^> local Brfeft&. Mrs. Susie Engler, now living in Spirit Lake, visited friends here Saturday. Robert Dorr of Dub'-.que was a guest over the week end at tlv A. A. Bishop liOtne. l*e Reed. Jr., is helping out at the Modern Dry Cleaners during the Easter rush. Mr. and Mrs. Bay McCorkle and son •were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Lowe and family. BernJce Rargreaves spent the spring -vacation at her home h«re. Bernice Is teaching in the Charles city schools. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ooeders left on Tuesday for the Twin Cities on business and expect to be gone for a few days. Ruth Bishop, who teaches in the Bag le Orove schools, spent the week end and Mrs. A. A. with her parents, Mr. tEishop. Dean. Joan and Mary, children of Mr and Mrs: Vic Lowe visited their nunt .and grandmother in Burt Friday and Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and son •were guests Easter Sunday of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H Kenefick at Eagle Grove. Hoyt Raney, who Is attending Iowa •State College, came home from Ames and spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. Mr:.and Mrs. J. A. Raney. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and "baby spent the week's vacation with the former's mother in Waterloo and Mrs. McDowell's parents In Shell Rock. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop visited at the Robert McOowan home in Renwick Tuesday night. Mrs. Bishop spoke •before a P. T. A. meeting that evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse spent the «iay Tuesday In Iowa Falls where the former attended a meeting of the mem. l>ers of the board of the Iowa Baptist assembly. Harold Falkenhalner, who is employed In thje| office of State Comptro'ler <?. B. Murtagh in Des Moines, spent the •week end, In Algona visiting friends and relatives. E. W. Van Dorslan writes from Sarasota, Florida, where he spends the winters to have his paper sent to Armstrong beginning with the next issue as lie expects to be home by then. Doris Reynolds of Swea City was a sruest at the home of her sister, Mrs C. D. Schaap over the week end. Oth- ther guests over the week end nt the Schaap home were Eh-. Scliaap's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schaap of Sheldon. FOR SHERIFF I am a candidate on the Republican ticket for Sheriff of Kossuth County, suoject to the will of the voters at the June primaries. Your vote will be appreciated. W. H. Bicklefs Titonka, Iowa 10-32* George Kanouff and Edward Zender returned Sunday to Iowa City where they are students at the University of Iowa. The two boys had been visiting with their respective parents since on Thursday. Catherine Doran, R. N., w'no has been staying with her maternal grandparents at Odeli; Illinois, will enter the Michael Reese hospital the first of nest month to take up a post graduate course In nursing. A group of Legionnaires from here attended a district Legion meeting Monday evening at Forest city. Those who attended were: Matt Strelt, Don Hutchison, Luke Linnaa, Joe Bloom amd John Motnyer. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and baby and Rev. A. English and daugh- Ur, Ivirs. Casey Loss, attended the Kossuth county Presbyterian ministers' meeting which was held at Lone Rock Tuesday afternoon. Carl J. Neuman came Thursday from Macon, Missouri, for a visit of a week or two at the homes of his brothers, Ernest of Algona and Otto of Sexton. From here he expects to go to Shell Rock for an indefinite stay. Miss Thelma Hoolgan returned to Minneapolis Monday evening after a few days' Easter vacation which she spent with her mother, Mrs. R. w. Horrigan. Thelma Is secretary at the Blake School in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan and daughter, Suzanne of Cedar Rapids visited with the former's sister, Mrs. M. J. Strelt, Saturday and Sunday. The Coonan family were enroute home after a visit with the parental Coonan family in Emmetsburg. Mi*, and Mrs. U, S. Mucfcey and family are moving this week Into the A. C. Becker house on South Thorlng- ton street near the swimming pool and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins and sons are moving into the Seeley house on South Jones street just vacated by the Muckeys. Mrs. Abner Long drove her daughter, Arba Dee, Bernice Harrington and Marguerite Dalzlel back to Grinnell, where the girls are students, Monday. The girls visited at their homes here the past week. Mrs. Long: then drove to Des Moines and visited with friends until yesterday. Herbert French, son of Mrs. S. B. French, was taken suddenly with a chill Sunday which developed Into pneumonia. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital Monday evening and his condition is considered quite serious. Herbert Is the assistant manager of the Botsford Lumber Co. Harry Wlnslow returned last week from California, where he had spent the past few months taking some advanced courses at the University of Southern California. Mrs. Wlnslow and little son -have been here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shirley, while Mr. Wlnslow was in the West. Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and Mrs. J. A. Raney returned to their homes here last Thursday night after a little over a month's visit in different points in California. The two visited in Los Angeles, Pomona, Riverside and various other places. They came as far as Edgar Finnell, student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end here. John Frankl left for Flint, Michigan, Monday and will drive back in a new Buick coupe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martini of Km- metsburg visited their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Hoenk, Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver of Mason City were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon. Mrs. M. J. Duffy and daughter, Ruth Ann, spent Wednesday of last week at Albert Lea visiting with friends. Fhll Dorweiler and P. J. Larson of West Bend were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy Friday evening. Roland White of Iowa Falls was a guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhlgg of Emmetsburg were guests of their daughter. Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Easter Sunday. Betty Jane LaBarre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, Is still confined to her home with a case of the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. David Ward and their daughter visited in Red Oak. Glenwood and Shenandoah during vacation last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas end family were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman at Bancroft Sunday. Margaret Habeger and Margaret VI- gars, both students at the Iowa State Teachers college, were home for the week end. Father Frank Hlg arrived last Sunday evening from Granville, Iowa, for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hlg. The Raymond Nortons are remodeling then- house on East McGregor street at this time. A full basement is being built and also a fireplace. Joe Sheppard returned to Creighton College at Columbia, Missouri, Monday morning after spending the time since Thursday with his parents here. Phyllis Peterson; grade teacher, spent vacation with friends in Essex, Iowa, where she formerly taught and In Kansas City. She returned home Sunday. Maurice McEvoy, who is attending the Junior college at Muscatlne, arrived home Monday for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy. Miss Margaret Morris, physical training instructor in the public schools, re. turned Monday from Cedar Rapids, where she spent spring vacation with h»x parents. Uwlght Hoy of Des Moines, college classmate of T. H. Chrlschllles at Beloit, was a guest Easter Sunday at the Chrlschllles home. Father Hubert returned Monday morning to Des Moines after assisting Father Davern here for the past ten days. Father Davern has not been in the best of health lately. Adeline and Amelia Erpclding arrived at the home of their aunt, Mrs. N. J. Weydert Monday and are attending school again after a few days' vacation spent at their home In St. Joe. Lucille Jehu of Hartley visited at the home of her aunt, Mrs. E. R. Morrison, over the week end. Miss Jehu was formerly a clerk In the James drug store here about five years ago. Pmlomena Qulnn resigned her post- Smart Styles Am« wfaw«-they «.r**m*t**y tt*te tloii at cummtagT* sTind lOc store, husbands Thursday. and left Friday morning for Woodstock, Minnesota, where she will make an indefinite visit with her brother, Bud. Surprisingly New and Different- 400 rich, sparkling patterns. At lower prices than you would expect to pay for quality tailoring. A Special Style Authority will be here Tues., April 10 representing the Storrs-Schaefer Co., tailors of fine clothe? for men. Come in, and let him talc« your measure for a new suit to be delivered now or later. Don't forget the date, April 10. Madson& Hanson "The Home of Better Clothes." Public Sale Saturday, April 7, at 1:00 P. M. Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona W« an listing etuff every day and will n« give a complete list for tbfertLe Tbut we have tha best offering of furniture t&at we have offered!* any time, to be sold at public auction or private aale. On our Saturday sale we will sell our usual amount of live stock con- atBtiwaT ofhorses, cattle, chickens, brood sows and other foedlng hogs. HOK8E3— 1 team of horses, wt. 2400; also expect a few other horses. CA1TTIJE-1 head of Holstein heifers coming in with their first calves; 1 t-yeaToid Holstein to freshen in about! 10 days. Also a number of , com, planters and seeders. .... , , ktoST of repnswswd furniture includuj* 1 wal- Kitchen Kook range good as new, I pno. A -srasrs vaaa- C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer ^^^ ^^^ *" „_ ^ ^_ ^M Jt^^^Mk J WOLFGRAMS, FENTON, OBSERVE 48TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY AT DINNER Many Gifts Received; Af fair Held at Home of Daughter Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram observed their «th wedding anniversary Sunday. A five o'clock family dinner was held In their honor at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Jentit, Jr. The color scheme was lavender and white. They received many beautiful gifts with which to remember the occasion as well as a purse. Fred Wolf gram of North Dakota, who is 89 years old and a brother of Albert Wolf. gram was present. Other guests attending were: the Adolf Stankawltz of Chicago, Mrs. Helena Krueger of No^th Dakota; the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz and family, the Walter Jentz family, the A. H. Hanna family, the George Jentz family, the Mark Simmons of Fairmont, the Arthur Mueller familv, the Harve Hlgleys of Fairmont, the Clarence Theesfleld family, Elma Krueger, Harold Krueger, the August Meyers, Roland Rehmer, the John Schalllns, Herman Ohm, the Henry Schultzes, the Rev. Ray Kresensky and Mrs. J. Kre- Eensky of Algona, the Carl Zumachs, the Albert Wittkopfs, the Albert Kres- sins, the Fred Jacobs of Algona, the Or- nle Behrends, the Herman Krauscs, Mrs. Herman Luedtke, Mrs. August Krause, Sr. ( Mrs. Fred Meyer, Sr., Mrs. Fred Jentz and family, Mrs. Schmidt of Fairmont. William Jentz and son. William, Hertha Ruhkne. Five hundred was played in the evening. Mr. Rehmer and Lillian Schallin received the high prizes and Ferdinand Meyer and Mrs. F. W. Jentz the consolation prizes. A late games. lunch was served after the Mrs. Truman Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Paul Eigler and Elsie Kohlwes and Lucille Theesfleld of this place and Enos and Anna Wrede of Garner. Confirmation exercises were held Sunday forenoon at the Methodist church. A class of twenty-two was confirmed. One member, Marjorle Volgt, was ill with chicken pox and will be confirmed next Sunday. The members of the class were: David and Ruth Weisbrod, Ruth Espe, Warren Snydcr, Helen and Rollln Geronsln, Helen and Lloyd Kern, Fred Zwiefel, Lillian Kramer, Irene Lanbs, Radley Bailey, Duane Widdel. Clarence Kraft, Eugene Newel, Eugene Volgt, Mercedes Voigt, Dora and Geneva Glaus, Fran, ces Schutt, Merle Warner and Elvira Laabs. Annual Poppy Day Set Here May 26th Algona will be called upon to honor the World War dead and give aid to the war's living victims by wearing memorial popples on May 26th. Observance of "Poppy Day" here will be directed by the American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. V. V. Naudaln, president of the local Auxiliary unit has announced. Organization of a corps of volunteer workers to distribute the memorial flowers throughout the city is going forward rapidly under the leadership of Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Glenn Roland, chairmen of the Auxiliary's poppy committee. A large supply of the popples has been made by Anton Sorensen of Irvington. a Kossuth county disabled veteran, having been given employment during the winter and rprlng making the little paper flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard. Jr.. were nt Humboldt Monday called there by the death of Mrs. Blanchard's uncle, Ira Newbrough. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper and daughter, Bernice, visited Sunday with Mrs. Reaper's sister, Mrs. Frank Hal- dcman of Plum Creek township. Clarence Kajewski is the first to sow oats In this vicinity. To date he has thirty acres in. Mr. Kajewski is the new tenant on the C. R. Lewis plow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dltsworth called last Tuesday at the Edw. Dltsworth home east of Burt. Ruby Koepke visited with her aunt, Mrs. Bert Marlow, returning home with the Dtts- worths. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons and family were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Parsons' sister. Mrs. Rachael Shackleford of Algona. Other guests were the Will Parsons of Belmond and the Burtls family. When writing to friends here recently Mrs. Matt Refbhofl tof Portland, Oregon, stated that she and Mr. Relb- hoff had called on E. W. Hackman of that city and had found Mr. Hackman in failing health. Some time ago he suffered a stroke from which he has never fully recovered. However, he Li now able to walk around with assistance. Over thirty years ago Ed lived in Algona and la a brother of George Hackman of this locality. Miles Hackman, another brother, of Ortonville, Minn., who lives with his sister, Mrs. Fronia Mullica, has been seriously 111 with pneiimonin. Miles was the young, est of the Hackman brothers. Mrs. H. P. Granley of Lewiston, Montana, and Mrs. Mary Lucas of Kanawha were visitors of Mrs. L. O. Baker the latter part of last week. Mrs. Oranley is a sister of Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Lucas is the mother of the two. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Burmelster returned Sunday from Menomlnie, Wisconsin, where they had visited the latter's parents the past week. Buby Kraft, Mrs. Burmeister's sister, returned with them and is visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom returned with their daughter, Dorothy, to St. Peter, where she is a student at the Qustavus Adolphus College, Tuesday. Dorothy had been visiting here since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sellstrom returned the next day. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand returned to St. Peter with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SJostrand Sunday and arrived home again yesterday evening. The elder SJostrands had been guests of their son and his wife over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. CheJ, Williams and son, Bob, were dinner guests Easter Sunday at the F. R. Bandy home In Britt. Helen Daughan, wjho Is taking nurses' training in the Mercy hsopital at Mason City spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Daughan. Kyle and Lloyd Keith returned on Thursday afternoon of last week from Englewood, California, where they have been visiting for the past two months. The boys came home by way of Spokane, Washington, where they visited Kyle's aunt, Mrs. Ada Dalton, for a short time. . PJiyllda Sonnerholm of Crystal Lake is working at the Morrison Beauty Shop this week in place of Mrs. Morrison, who, with Miss Nellie Deviiie of Humboldt, Is visiting in Chicago. Phy- iida formerly was an assistant operator to Mrs. Morrison but was forced to quit recently because of 111 health. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and family of Delavan, Minnesota, wera guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Roy O. Bjustrom and family Sunday. Other guests of the Bjustrom family were Mrs. Bjustrom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Walker and son, Lloyd of Whittemore. and Mr. and Mrs. John Westrem and family of earner. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman, and family have rented the Bertha Johnson home on North street, and moved to their new home Monday. Miss Johnson will keep a two room apartment upstairs. Mr. Norman's parents, Mr. end Mrs. Anders Anderson, will move into their home, just vacated by their son, in the near future. Ruth MCMahon, who teaches in Galva, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. MfMfthon Mr. and Mrs. Richard SchmiU of Storm Lake wera also visitors for weefc end. Mrs. SchmiU is the former Marion McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. McMabon entertained at an Easter dinner with those metioned above «nd Mr. and Mrs. Joa Hariff and family present. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Lsmutod of Fait, bautt spent toe week end with the former'* parent*, Mr. and Mr*. aiatt La- mutb. They were < " W I JT 'turn ted by Eleanor LanwUi, who ha* been » student nurse la St. Mary's hospital a* ftocaea- ter since the first of the year. Steanor recently because of 111 health, un Merriaon a&4 MM Dovine woe aitaad u* the IcUm* Beauty 8bow. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson visited Sunday at the Lester Johnson home near Bancroft. Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. Charles Welsbrod will be hostesses to the W. F. M. S. this week Thursday at the Methodist church. On Sunday evening at the M. E. church a chorus of thirty voices presented the Eastrr Cantata, "Redemption's Song" by Holton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ranney of Elk River, Minnesota, visited from last Thursday until Sunday at the O. J. Ranney and Peter Hayenga homes. Opal Meyer was hostess to two tables of bridge at the home of her brother, Dr. 8. W. Meyer, Friday afternoon in honr of Verona Weisbrod. Thq six months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haack died Saturday from pneumonia. The funeral was held this week Tuesday at Armstrong. Sylvester Halnslnger moved his family to the Ernest Haack home last week. Dr. S. W. Meyer will use the building they vacated for an office. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ntelson of Buffalo Center were visitors last week on Tuesday at the E. C. Fauerby home. The Nlelsons were former Fenton residents. Mrs. W. V. Yager entertained her sewing club last week Wednesday. The afternoon was ."pent in quilting. Mrs. W. C. Stamer and Mrs. Amos Finnestad were club guests. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod are the parents of a seven and one-half IRVTNOTON NEWS Last Tuesday. Mrs. Lidn Roblson, beloved lady of UIP Irvington community wa* delightfully rntrrtnlned by her daughter. Mrs. M. L. Roney with whom she resides, celebrating her birthday with a family dinner at twelve o'clock. Other guests Included were her brother, D. T. Smith of Algona, known to everyone by his congenial disposition as "Uncle Dunt"; her son, Rome Robl- son, with Mrs. Roblson and Donald, and Mrs. Nina Schlcbtl, another daughter. A son, Rosa of Montana, was unable to be present. Mrs. Robison received many lovely gifts and cards from her numerous friends far and near. A niece, Mrs. H. R. Cowan of Algona sent a beautiful bouquet of roses and Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, a plant. Mrs. Roblson Is Irvington's oldest pioneer and la honored for her sterling Christian qualities. May she celebrate many more such festive occasions. Longer Build. Tfonnir. Remodel Miss Effle Egel is visiting this week with her sister, Mrs. Oran Hudson, east of Burt. Frank Weber was a Sunday guest at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wnl- ter Barr. The condition of Leroy Johnson, only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, remains unchanged. John Klooster and his niece, Annetta Xarels arc visiting a few days with rela. lives and friends at Webster City. Mrs. Laura Bockes and Marie ScufT- lam entertained the Friendly Hour club on Wednesday. The dya was spent at quilting. Kenneth, Donald and Phyllis Asa re- ;urned to school last Monday in District No. 4, after being absent one week on account of the measles. pound girl born last Thursday. She has been named Marilyn Mae. Mrs. Fred Dau Is assisting. Mrs. W. V. Yager entertained the Mesdatnes Herman Luedtke, Herman Kraiae. Theodore Bleckwenn, W. C. Stnnflt. H. E. Relmers at a quilting partyTlBst Thursday afternoon. Truman Johnson was hostess at two tables of bridge last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Osborn received the high score prize, Mrs. H. J. Reeder, the travel and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, the low. Frank Bailey spent from Tuesday until Friday of last week with his son. C. O. Bailey at Rock Rapids. The C. O. Baileys and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow visited Saturday at home. the Frank Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Rlley Reed and their children, Betty and Bobby of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Reeder and Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Stceber home. Mrs. H. H. Widdel entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Table prizes for high scores went to Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, W. T. Ohm and W. V. Yager. Irene Newel was a club guest. The Dorcas sewing circle met last week with Mrs. J. F. Newel. Club guests were: Mrs. Madge Hartley of Emmetsburg, Mesdames John Gillingham, A. H. Meyers, F. J. Weisbrod, J. T. Snyder, Charles Weisbrod and Mary Mittag. Mrs. Kate Newel and grandson. War, ren of Hartley came Friday evening. Warren returned with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and Franklin, who spent Sunday at the Charles Newel home. Mrs. Newel remained here for the present. Elvira Krause entertained a group of friends at her home Sunday afternoon. Enjoying the courtesy were: Mr., and S ORENSEN'S PECIALS 2 baskets of groceries given away to the lucky person Saturday. Ask Us About Them Oatmeal, • OJjr 2 large pkgs. for _ * 1 *'** Macaroni, 1 C- 2 Ib. box ltH " KKKK Herring, 10 Ib. pail Pears, No. 2% size, 2 cans Dwarfies, per pkg. Ginger Snaps, 2 pounds Chipso per pkg. --. Delicious Pies, Cakes, Doughnuts, Rolls of many kinds. i Good Wholesome Bread. Wilson Bakery 1.25 19c 21c 19c 21c Complete Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Young Beef by the Quarter. H. R. Sorensen & Co. Top Price for Phones 1:58 and Wo Deliver. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Wednesday-Thursday, April 4-5 FREDERIC MARCH EVELYN VENABLE SIR GUY STANDING in "DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY" A real treat I New News Thursday. Junior Features. Friday and Saturday, April 6-7 Double Feature—Big Bargain excursion to Malay Jungles. Matinees at 2:30 each day. Last shows start at 10:15 p. m. Order of showing BARBARA STANWYCK In "THE GAMBLING LADY" and official and authentic record—. Frank Buck's "Wild Cargo" Better than "Bring 'Em Back Alive" of last season. The great wild animal picture of the year. New—on release. You can't afford to miss this one. Wolf Dog Serial. Scrappy. Sunday and Monday, April 8-9 A Big Laugh Show! JACK OAKIE SPENCER TRACY CONSTANCE CUMMINGS 1 ' LOOKING FOE TROUBLE'' Telephone Repair Men on trouble shooting. Ttodd A Kelly Two Reel Comedy.. Mickey Mouse.. (New New*. Tuesday, April 10—Bank Account Night Blonde and Red Head Comedy. Trail. RUTH CHATTER-TON in "JOURNAL OF CRIME" "Spanish America" "Wrong Wron? COMING SOON— Warner Baxter in "Stand Up and Cheer" Nonna Shearer in "Rip Tide" W. C. Fields in "You're Telling Me" Lanny Ross in "Melody in Spring" Al Jolson in "Wonder Bar" Jean Muir in "As the Earth Turns" Hcrve Your ILsuhaud On<> of Long's Toudev Stoaks for Dinner. GET UP NIGHTS? THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Fails Use this Madder laxative. Drive out the impurities and excess adds which cause the irritation that •wakes you up. Get a regular 25 cent box of BUKETCB. made from bucbu leaves, juniper oil, eta After four days teat, if nofc satisfied. go back and get your 2Sc. They work on the Madder simliar to castor all on the bowel*. ^Mf^ irregularity in nature** dagger signal and may tram you of trouble. You are bound fed bettor after Uus cUwging and your get regular steep. et your S. W, tutor. Zfcuut*, Algona. sad W. J. 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