The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1934 OLD IRVINGTON IN PIONEER DAYS Township Set Off From Al gona by Judge Call in 1857 (Too Late for Last Week) Irvington: It Is not generally known that in the spring of 1857 Judge Call set out Irvington township apart from AJgona township. At that time it did not include the north two and a half miles of the present township but in 1873 Uie board of supervisors added this to Irvington. The first claim was taken in section 19 by a man named Benson in 1854. A few weeks later Solomtm Hand took a claim also but neither made any improvements. Reuben Purcell built the first cabin and Parcel! creek at the foot of the old Mann hill is named after him. It might be of interest to note that the supervisors of 1872 were Daniel Rice, D. H. Hutchlns, and Chas. E. Chubb. Sr. It was also about this time the Kossuth county court house was built. The children of Mr. and Mrs. John McOuir* have been having a siege of the chicken pox. Guests at the Jake Maasdam home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlts- worth and Ruby Koepke. The Aid society will meet this Thursday at the annex. Hostesses will be Mrs. O. L. Miller and Armor Lempke. The Carl Hutchlns farm home was released from scarlet fever quarantine last Thursday and Carol, oldest son of the Hutchlns returned to school on J-riday. Mr. and Mns. John Brandow and children of Fairmont are visiting indefinitely at the Stunner Parsons home. Mrs. Brandow was the former Mabel Parsons. Miss Ruth Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, resumed her school activities last Thursday After an absence of several days. She was afflicted with rheumatism. John Miller. Harold Sabin and Helen firlckson were among those who took the eighth grade examinations recently. They all attend the Harry Sabin school and Miss Mary Wildin is the teacher. Mrs. Mary Mawdsley was a guest on Mothers Day at the home of her son. Clarence. On May 14, young Junior Mawdsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley, celebrated his third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leaverton moved Week End Specials 49c 9C r <UvC Cherries, A(\ r Bed Pitted, No. 10 can .. I^V Coffee, Council O7 r Oak, pound bag £•• V Exchange bags for chinawar*. Sugar, 10 lb. cloUi ba« ... Cheese, Kraft Velveeta, % lb. ... Corn, 3 No. 2 cans Ceylon Bars, 2 Ibfl Queen Olives, quart Jar Sliced Table Beets, large can Sweet Pickles, OC « quart jar £tV\. Certo, per bottle Sure-Jel, I packages Instant Postum, 4-oz. can Grape Nuts, per package Flour, First Prize, 1 49 pound bag 1 •' Flour White Loaf 1 C1 49 pound bag 1 Al 1 Velvet and Prince Al'-x'rt, per can Soap, Blue Barrel, Salmon, 2 tall cans Sum-R Aid Nee tax. per bottle- Marshmallows, pound has? the latter part of last w«ek to the tenant house on the M. De L. Parsons farm. Mr. Lenverton is working for a life insurance company measuring land for crop reduction. Friends of Mrs. George Gray of Hurt arc glad to know she is recuperating nicely from her recent ssrious operation at Rochester, Minn. Mr. Gray accompanied her up but later returned to his home at Burt. Recently Scott Moore, assisted by Clem RUey drove 250 head of cattle 11 miles south of Clear Lake to pasture for the summer. The trio was made in three days and the cattl? belonged to John Frankl. A similar trip was made last season and the entile returned here in the fall. Philip Richard Stilrs, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Stiles and grandson of A J. Browns, visited last week with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Stiles visited with friends at Grand Island attending the wedding of a friend. Young Master Philip is seven weeks old. Mr. and Mrs. Gregson entertained at a 6-30 birthday dinner Sunday evening for the O. L. Millers whose birthday fell on that date. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Ed Wickwire, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Stlltz, and the O. L. Millers. The evening was spent Informally. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Gregson are sisters. Those from this vicinity attending the AJgona high school junior-senior banquet were Birdie Schulz, Buena Raney, Ruth Black. Ronald Jenkins, Marpie Johnson, Carol Hutchlns. Dorothy Fraser, Katharine and Francis McEnroe. Edna Mae Sill and Georga Anne Gelgel was unable to go because of * severe case of chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holdeman and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reaper entertained their respective parent* at a Mothers' Day dtnixr last Sunday at the Haldeman home in Plum Creek township. Those who enjoyed the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Clarke of Algona, Mrs. Sam Reaper and her brother. Mrs. McUhattln of Inrington. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Squires of Bancroft, fomer residents of Irvlngton, were callers at the home of Mrs. Squires' niece. Mrs. Scott More. last Thursday. Mrs. Squires ran a needle into her arm and it needed the assistance of a physician to remove it. However, they were able to return home the same day. Mrs. Squires is known to older residents as Mary Fraser. sister of Mr. Fraser. Mrs. Moore's father. O. L. Miller has undoubtedly had more than his share of misfortune. About, two weeks ago some one stote about forty of Mrs. Miller's hens, then the night the Galbraith store was broken Into some one took the Millers' cream that was in the cooling tank. Mr. Miller will be very grateful if the cream can Is returned. Then Monday evening Betty, only daughter of the Millers was playing ball In Uv? house yard and she unfortunately sprained her ankle. Merle Squier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Squier, of Gates, Neb., and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox west of Irvington preached hsi first sermon last Sunday morning at the First Christian church In Gates. Merle was home for a visit from his school activities where he in attending a theological seminary at Anderson, Ind. The young man is 24 years of age and a student pastor. May ic b» very successful in his chosen work. Gates is located a short distance from Broken Bow. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Judd Dutton, former residents of this locality. Several from this community attended the Cresco Qnbroldery club which was entertained last week at the home of Mrs. John Simon, Jr., north of Hobarton. Roll call was answered by a response of Mothers' Day poems or quotation*. Mrs. Simon read a Mothers' Day poem. Mrs. r*lba Brown read a story "Men Forgot so Soon" by Agnes Tumball. Mrs. Cora Virgin told of a recent trip to California she en- Joyed. It was voted to meet next Thursday with Mrs. George Hackman to enamel the club trays. The June meeting will be held with Mrs. Pearl Parsons at Irvington. The A. E. Claytons enjoyed a visil last week from his brother. Sam and wife of Yorkville, Illinois, and n*phew John Clayton and wife of Oswego. 111. from Thursday to Saturday. On Sunday Harold Clayton of Emmrtsburg and the Ward McWhorters and Miss Evalyn Walters of AJgona were guests at the Clayton home. SCHOOL BANQUET FOR SENECA CLASSES Junior-Senior Banquet Held at Emmetsburg Hotel This Year (Too Late for Last Week) Srneca: the junior and sonior banquet was held at. the Kermore hotel at Emmetsburg Friday at 6:30 p. m. The program was carried out in a garden style. Toastmaster was Jerold Oodden and the program consisted of The Call by Paul Voigt; Grade School Days by Avis Byrrs; High School Days by Joyce Bassett; Class Prophecy by Winfred Patterson and Mildred WH- bprg; song. Beside a Garden Wall by Bernice Jensen and Verna Peterson; Class Will, Jerold Halverson; Beside a Garden Wall. Mr. Reyman; Junior Class Song, Juniors. After the program a four course supper was served. After the supper they all attended a Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday. May 20th at the SerKca gym with Rev. McDowell of Swea Gity conducting the services, commencement exercises will be Tuesday. May 22. Rev. John Parnham of Odebolt will give the address. The senior class motto is Now real adventure," class color, roy- 1 blue and gold, flower, yellow chry- anthermim. Among those who will re- elve diplomas are: Joyce Bassett, Avis Byers. lone Bollig. Adella Holman. IMT- na and Irene Mueller, Jerold Halvern and Harold Neilson. The Willing Workers met with Bety Nelson Saturday afternoon. Helen Patterson visited Sunday after- oon with her aunt. Mrs. Martin Hen- rlckson near Rlngsted. Mrs. Henry Kueck and Ruth visited Monday afternoon at the Erwin Heid- nwlth home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and amily were Sunday dinner guests »t he Orin Johnson home In Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Lylc House of Water- oo came Saturday evening and spent unday at tbe George Patterson home. The Norwegian Lutheran Aid met t the home of Mrs. August Nelson "Yiday afternoon. A good crowd at- •nded. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck, Betty, uby and Melvln visited at Uie Walter Thompson home at Lone Rock Sunday (Too Late for Last Week) Leona Neltzel is ill with B n infected throat this week. L. D. Hodgson is ill with pneumonia. He was taken ill Friday night. Mrs. Paul and son, Gene called at the C. E. Moore homo Sunday evening. Mrs. Ward Taft of Spirit Lake spent Sunday at the Harvey Graham home. The Queen Esther Girls met at the home of Arline Daniels Tuesday evening. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe purchased a thousand baby turkeys which arrived Tuesday. The Birthday circle will meet at the home of Mrs. W. E. Brace Thursday of this week. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith spent Monday at Corwlth with her daughter, Mrs. Phillip Puffer. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham of Fenton were guests Sunday at the J. H. .„„„ Manus closed her school near LuVerne Friday and came home Saturday. ' Mrs. Mary Orchard of Charles City Is visiting at the home of her niece, Mrs. Ross Rash. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Main of Grundy Center we visiting at the Dr. J. G, Clapsaddie home. Graham home. Miss Catherine .„ who were Fairmont „ , Saturday evening are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck. Mr. and Mrs. F. . Wegener of Lone Rock. Nels Chrls- insen and Gladys Buerklns. Friends in this communtiy wtre sor- y to hear of the sad news that happened last Monday evening when two rarages, a corn crib and a Fbntiac ear ere burned on the James Doocy farm 25c 5c 15c FOR SHERIFF Your support will be appv<'<'iat<'<l. Carl Dahlhauser ])ciii«KTati<- ('awliilato i'or Sheriff of Kossiith ('ountv. IH^JQnVUlC iiwuiv. «v»«»^ «••.«• — ..... •—— —o James Goodwin of DCS Molnes spent will return later for a visit. Thursday here at the C. C. smith and K. J. Smith homes. Mrs. Tlllle Dexter went to Truman, Minn., Sunday to visit her daughter. daughter of Ames spent Sunday at the S. J. Blossom home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith and baby of Algona spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Augusta Beitz. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege he Roy Ringsdorf home. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith children of Titonka spent Sunday at the G. C. Giddings home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf and Donald were dinner guests Sunday at «».». — — — -—— attended a, shower was given in honor of Phildred Izsard FWday at Corwith. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. C. B. Mitchell Saturday afternoon. Willard Stow came up from Newton Friday to rpend tbe week end with his (arents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Mrs. Grace WrttlUns went to vcning. Among those >outh of Swea City. No cause for the re is known. The Modern Mixer club held a sur- rU* party on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen Friday evening at the Marinus Nelson home. The event was ttve Jensen's silver wedding anniversary. A mock wedding and cards were the entertainment. They received a set of sil- rerware. BURT NEWS K. J. Smith, local insurance agent for he New York Life, holds the loving cup for the month of May, for having written the largest amount of insurance for the month. This cup will oe given to the one holding it the mosf months during the year. The Pidells Sunday School class o the Presbyterian church entertained heir mothers at th? church Saturday afternoon. The program consisted of greetings by the president of the class ^lorence Rash; solo by Ruby Sander- on; piano solo. Eugenia Mae Kri-ethe song. "Mother My Dear" by all the girls. Eleanor Elston who had charge it the program read several poems Refreshm-ents were served and a car nation given to each mother as a fav or. Mrs. Ranney Putz. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clement and and the jsooceawossxtt^ LOTTS CREEK NEWS out again after IKT illness Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsoy and trv ir children of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Pnil- ip Puffer of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gilllspie and baby of Algona visited at the C. I. Mansmith home on Sunday. Roberta Moore spent last week at the hom.3 of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Schmidt, came up from Corwith Sunday and she returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace, Mr. and Mrs Don Straley and baby of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf and Warren Ringsdorf were dinner gueste at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace Sunday. Mrs. Anna Stow has been staying at the home of her son, J. P. Stow slnca the windstorm last Saturday. During the storm her chimney was blown down and she was unable to get a new one built until *hls week. Mrs. H. W. Trainer who has been seriously ill at the Kossuth hospital the past week is getting along nicely at this time. Her mother, Mrs. J. H. Spraddling of Sport*. Wisconsin, has been here since last week. Mrs. James Patterson and daughter. Dartene, of Longmont, Colroado, spent Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Allen Carr. They have been visiting another daughter at Oowrie and (Too Late for Last Week) The voung people's society will me-H in the school basement on Friday evening, May 18. Those reported on the sick list last week were Mrs. Carl Zumach, John schallin and daughter, Lillian and F. W. Mittag. Mrs Chris Manning and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Mannings sister-in-law, Mrs. Chris Widdel of ^enton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag were dinner guests at the Herman Reisner home on Friday evening in honor of Mr. Reisner* birthday. The John Seegebarth family attended the funeral of th-s fourteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Borchardt at Fenton Saturday. Church services will be conducted in the German language on Pentecost Sunday. On Monday there will be English services in the evening at 8 o'clock. The storm last Saturday did considerable damage In this community. Silos were blown down on the Albert Kres- sin Otto Liesner and Walter Krause farms. A large part of the roof on tn« Walter Krause house was also torn loose. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met in the «chool basement on Friday afternoon with Mrs, E. FteBC as hostess. Guests were Mrs. R. W. Kabelltz, Mrs. August Biergtedt, Mrs. Clarence Blerstedt of Fenton From the local congregation guests were Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Mrs. Otto Ltesner, and Mrs Wm. Schmiel. During the summer months the meetings will be held every third Thursday of the month. Chas. Reibsamen home recently where she will keep house for Mr. Reibsamen. Maurice Coffin is In the hospital again with an injured toe, which he cut quite badly when an axe he was using slipped. Mr. and Mrs. John Bargus and a sister of Mrs. B&rgus of Delaven, Minn, spent Sunday here at the James Sew- ck home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdort and daughters drove to Westey Sunday afternoon to visit their grandfather, W. P. Glddings. Miss Ruby Riddle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle, was married to Charles Schick of Lone Rock Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege called at the M. J. Ryerson home Sunday. The Doeges live on Mr. Ryerson's farm near Titonka. A block hen house was blown down on the Wm. Elvidgt farm Saturday. Mr. Elvidge Is having a new chicken house built this week. Russell Chipman has been moved from Louisiana, to Lufkin, Texas. They are starting examination on a million acre tract of government land. Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sourman and son. and the Misses Whitney and Warner were Sunday dinner guests at the P. F. Kriethe home. The pupils and their teachers, Ml*s Eula Callicut at the C. L. Phelps school enjoyed a picnic last Friday and on Saturday Miss CaUlcut took them to AJgona to a movie. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and their chldren and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and son, Mrs. Leila Sperry and son and Harold Smith spent Sund?y at the Emil Pierson home. Revival meetings are being held here in a tent on the ground near the elevator. Viola Duncan and Louise Webster, evangelists from Los Angeles, California, have charge of <he meetings. These meetings will continue for two weeks. Mrs. Joe Zanke and her daughter, Mrs. Bob Harvey drove to Fort Dodge recently to get Mr. Zanke who has been there in a hospital for treatment. Mr. Zanke is in very poor health. H« recently purchased Uvs Longnecker farm east of town. Little Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, is improving after having been seriously ill the past week. The nurse, Miss Leona Bierstedt, left Sunday. Mrs. Charles Schemmel, who has been at the Boettcher home, returned to her home Sunday. Considerable damage was done around here Saturday morning by the wind. The roof was blown off of the bam on the C. E. Sigsbee farm. Several telephone poks were blown down panes waa blown out ni the school panes was blown out In the school house. ickto £otelj C __ f\ Abo KitcK*n«tta Apt*. wmm4 of month J. J. Dooley Candidate for County Recorder on the Democratic Ticket. Your support is solicited. 19-33 CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington D- Lowe HARRINGTON * UWB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Blk. ALOONA, IOWA _ J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALOONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MJLLEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA J. N. KENEFIOK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied toy Dr. A, I» Rlet over Rexall drug More Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32« ALOONA, IOWA . Donald C. HHtcW«« ^^ Theodore C. H«tehlson ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS * O. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAT * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALOONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona, low* Phone 1M HIRAM B. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 200 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over low* State Bank Bldg. Office Phone MO-J Rm. 315 ALOONA. IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce phone 85 r. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON A UNNAN ATTORNEYS AT JAW Office over County Havings Bank ALGONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEYER. ML D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Oftlbralth Bldg. 444-3U W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathle Physician and Burgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALOONA. IOWA P. V. JAN8E. ML D. PHYSICIAN & BURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—R«8. 36fl; Office 668 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Poet Office Bldg. Phone*-Office 197 DENTISTS DR. H. ML OLSON DENTIST Oas or Novocalnc used for extraction Located over christexuen Store Phone: Business 100. Residence, 470 ALOONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qninby Bldg. Phone 1S8 Res. Phone 174 AJgon*. low* VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Pox Dr. J- B. Wlnkel Office 220 West Sta'e Street Office Phone 475-W Re*. 475-B Algona, low* L. M. MERRITT MertkUn and Funeral Dfcveter Phone 11 Algona, low* A SIX COSTS LESS TO RUN 19-22 IN Tin: msTnicT ron-.T OF IOWA IN AMI KOI: KMSSI.-TH o.r.vry .ir.\i: TKKM. i'j::« Mi-lr<H>|iliMn I. if'- Infill. in. ••• <'"il>y .f il. i- «'ity "f NI.-W Y<Tk, it o>i|M<riLll"ii. •i.iiiiiiff, '.iln ..... Hint Kiitl.iinm- < lllnxirr. .•..-I'.iHtj aii'l Wll- . I...IJ.-.-,. llrs-Ml-l ll'-i- it I'l.'tnl/. IH.I..II.V t-r.tnl.'.. Kuillv l-'KiM/.. .li'l.l V. Swi'tlnK, K!i/.ut, ( -lli .-.W..UI.K. ll.itii.t Sw.'Hnt;. W. M. IVr- i /-. 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'J", i if ll..- ,'ilti I' M . !.<r Hi.: a:ii Soul h w •-.- 1 (Dialler li.lilir i.'l ScMI'.n '.i. Nollh. li.ll.rf.- -I. W, K"-- ii n ' ' . . I'. nl,l -t -.lid J .drfine NOTICE OF LETTING St-al-.d bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 10:00 a. m., May 28th, 1934, or gravel surfacing trie following Secondary Road Districts: 139, 155, 221, 5232 233 244, 256, 251, 258, 259, 261, 264, 265, 269. 270. 271, 272. 274, 275, 276. 277, 278. 284. 285. 287, 290, 292 ajid 293. Involving 63,525 cu. yds. of gravel to load and haul one mile; 424.600 units of one-half mile haul and 20000 cu. yds. of strippng gravel pits. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, AJgona. Iowa. May 12. 1934 E J BUTLER. 20-22 Ccnmty Auditor a i . 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That'* why overhead val»o* aro tho enole* ol Uadors —and champions. CHEVROLET MOTOM CO.. Dctralt, . . . and the CHEVROLET OVERHEAD VALVE SIX is the most "economical car in the world rUIXY-ENCtASEO KNEE- ACTION %VHE£L5 M HORSEPOWER- M MILES PER HOUR -•r.vri-: UK IOWA. K i'SSI "I'll Cul'NTV >•> N" ::M'I in I'j.^unt ('null. Apii I'., All WJiniii It Muv ''uni-m: Yoi .11. li.i.l.. N'.'lifiii.i. Tl.iil mi InMru ir.'i.t -.I uiilinu purp"llitiW I" be tl,..r liL-t Will iiinl T..-st;iini-iil "f (\itipi-r J .-M.llli 'I.'. • -.ii-.-.l ilau-il Mi-i'l. 3. 1932, i,.i-, .in; l.i.•!! U In iluy Illi-il. <j|n-in.-J and I..-J II.'- J-'ll ilj> nT Jui'r. 1H34, la flx- . .| ]'.j t.i.tiiiiK |>['"-i »tt i-aiii«i at tht- I'.i.iil il.ji,:..- I.i AU' luwu. bc-fo": !!,•• I'.-iiui I'.Mirt L J Mihl younty or ti,. I'l.ik -.f ..iii'i I'ourl; ai.d ;it nine oV'lui-k A M uf the Jay above mt-i>- ti"i..'l all tui.-^uiih liat-it-fcted arv hcru- ' -. i,..!ifi..j .11.1 i. iumil to iinit-ar. uii-l :*:.',v.- iau.^-t- if ^ii> t.u-y have, why fi'ld li.jiii»'til i-i.'i.'M i.ul bt- prol-au-'l -iii'i iijwi-J as an 1 fur the last Will nnJ .-I.II1..I.I of ...i-J Jmat'Kd. I'..U'J »t \u..iiu Jowu, Muy Ktli, K 1. MC EVOV. 'j.rk of U«tr4ct Cuuit. H uti t.ibijij. attorneya. ' / and you'll never ke saris4ied with any- other low-priced car CABLE- CONTROLLED BRAKES | SHOCK-PROOF I STEERING BODIES BY FISHER KQHLHAAS BROS. Algona, Iowa. Phone 200

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