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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 5, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 5,1934 David Waite, 82, Scotch Pioneer Buried June 26 Penton: David H. Watte, former resident of near Penton for many years, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Virgil Clark in Emmetsburg, Sunday, June 24. He had passed his 82 year. He has besn in poor health since February, and about three weeks before 1 death became alarmingly worse. David H. Waite was born in Old Cas<le, Scotland, January 24, 1852. He was married to Helen Lisher in 1871. Six children were born to this union, three of whom survive. They are John Turner of Penton, Mrs. Anna Clark of Emmetsburg and David H.,_Jr., of Everett, Washington. His wire preceded him in death thirty y?ars ago, also three children, Alexander, Jane and Helen. The family immigrated to America in 1882 and located at Emmetsburg. Later a farm was purchased about five miles west of Penton, in Independence township and they lived here until 1898 when they built a house In Emmetsburg and retired. For the past eight years he has made his home most of the time with his son, Dr. J. T. Waite of this place. About five months ago he went to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clark, in Emmetsburg where he died. Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 26, at the Congregational church at Emmetsburg with the Rev. Cornell of Emmetsburg and the Rev. J. T. Snyder, Fenton Methodist pastor in charge. Burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery at Emmetsburg. A number of people from Fenton attended the funeral. Swea City Scene of Pretty Marriage Swea City: Miss Hazel Roalson, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Roalson, was married to George Wallentine, son of Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Thursday at 12 o'clock at the Immanuel Lutheran church by Rev. Raymond Swanson in the presence of 50 relatives and near friends. The bride has been employed for the past five years for the Central Life Mutual Insurance Co., of Des Moines. The groom is a farmer living near Lakota and has a home ready for •his bride. He is a member of the Farm Bureau quartette, also a_rnember of the Immanuel Lutheran quartette and popular in the church and community. The attendants of the couple were Alice Peterson of Des Moines and Ted Wallentine. brother of the groom. A thre? course wedding dinner was ferv- ed in the League hall. The newlyweds left immediately! for a trip and will be at home July 6 on a farm near Lakota. Concert Program For This Evening Maestro Theo. Herbst, conductor of the Algona Military Band, announces the following program for this Thursday evening in the court house bandstand- "Tropic to Tropic," march; "Give the Countersign," march; "Spirit of Progress," overture; popular selection; "America Invincible," fantasia; "Colossus of Columbia," march; "Gems of Stephen Poster," overture; popular number; "Gentrys Triumphal," march. First Lutheran Church M. A. SJmtMnO, pastor The bazaar -workers will meet on Friday afternoon at the home of .Mrs. Joe Chrlstensen. Confirmation class on Saturday at 10 a. m. Sunday school next Sunday at 10 a. m. Morning worship next Sunday at 11 o'clock. The annual church and Sunday School picnic will be held at the fair grounds next Sunday after the morning services. Union services next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock In the Baptist church. H,W,POSTl Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kind* of draylng and hauling. 83-tf H.N.Kruse Iowa state Bank Building. Insurance Loans Surety Bonds Ask Us About Our j: Aetna Accident Tickets "Insure In Sure Insurance" Phone 125. John Moline Dies at Garnett, Kansas Word comes from Garnett, Kansas, that John Moline, a former well known and respected citizen of Algona died June 29 and was buried there June 30. Mr. Moline made his home in Algona for 15 years, from 1900 until 1915, and leaves a fine record and many old friends here. He came from Lacrosse, Wisconsin, to help on "the finishing work on the Bryant school building, being a fine carpenter. He went to Florida in 1915, and for the past six years has livsd with his youngest daughter, Mrs. Paul Benjamin. Last May he went to Garnett and lived with his daughter, Mrs. Lillian Hendricks. After a few weeks he became very ill from cancer which caused his death. John Moline was born in Sweden in 1857, and was 77 years, 11 months and three days old at the time of his death. He came to America at the age of 23 years, locating in Mlnnpealois, where he was married to Dorothy Nelson. To this union were born five children. The three surviving are Mrs. J. A. Hendricks, Garnett, Kansas; Mrs. P. C. Benjamin, Orlando, Florida, and E. J. Moline, Minneapolis, all of whom were present during the last two weeks of their fathers' illness. Mrs. Moline died 35 years ago at Lacrosse, Wisconsin. Soon after her death Mr. Moline brought his family to Algona. He is survived by his three children, Lillian, Alice Nid Ed. Also four grandchildren, Dorothy Joyce Benjamin and Marlyn Hope Benjamin of Orlando, Florida John Allan Moline of Minneapolis, and Doris Jane Hendriks of Garnett, Kansas. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER June 27 102 66 June 28 94 69 June 29 94 68 June 30 95 68 July 1 91 59 July 2, .03 inches rain 92 70 July 3, .26 inches rain 76 64 July 4, 1.70 inches rnin 79 64 Corn, ALGONA MARKETS ^ 2 white S.49 2 yellow 46 3 yellow 45',fc Hops-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $4.15 Prime butchers. 300-500 4.00 Packing Sows. 300-350 3.40 Packing Sows, 350-450 3.30 Packing Sows, 450-500 3.00-3.11 Light weight, 140 3.50 Light, weight, 160 3.10 Light weight, 180 3.50 Cattle Fat cows $2.00-2.55 Calves 3.00-4.00 Fat steers 5.00-7.00 Stock steers 3.00-4.00 Bulls 1.75-2.25 Cream 23c Poultry Hens 7-9c Boilers 12-14c Roosters 4-5c Ducks 4 " 5c Turkeys 8c Eggs No. 1 12c No. 2 9c NEW CARS LICENSED Louis Goetz, Wesley, Chevrolet sedan Geo. Heetland, Lakota. Studebaker sedan. Stanley Greiner, Corwith, Chevrolet truck. Jchn Shulz, Irvington, Chevrolet sedan. W T. Kennedy, Burt, Plymouth coach. J. E. Ukena. Lakota. Ford tudor. E. H. Hutchins, Algona. Chevrolet conch. W. C. Nelson, Ledyard, Chevrolet sedan Hugo Worthlngton, Lone Rock, Chevrolet coach. H. R. Cowan, Algona, Dodge sedan. H. M. Bockes, Algona, Chevrolet truck. Algona Coop. Creamery, Ford truck MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Enos Wrede. Burt, and Elvra Krause, Fenton, June 27. Geo. Wollentine, Lakota, and Hazel Roalson, Swea City, June 27. Merle E. Pocklington, Hawarden, and Luella Jacob?, Hawarden, June 28. Wm. K. Broesder, Lone Rock, and Edna Walker. Whittemore, June 28. John Havdgrove, Algona, and Ada Schwietert, Burt, June 29. Girl Breaks Arm St Joe: Bernice Stattleman, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stat- tleman had the misfortune last Thursday while playing to fall and break her left arm. Swea Boy Very HI Swea City: Alvin Linde, age 17. of Swea township, is still critically ill at the Fairmont clinic, suffering from pneumonia and an operation lor an abcess on his arm. Baptist Church Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7:15 p. m. Union service at this church at 8 p. m The opening service will be a sacred concert by the Algona Instrumental sextette and trio. Glasses Fitted and Repaired A. W. Amunson Optometrist First Boor South Call Tilt-tare. NOTICE The Board of Directors of The Independent School District of Algona, Algona township, Ko&sutrt County, Iowa, will meet July 23, 1934, at 8:00 P. M. at Administration Office in High School Building, Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. MARY E. MITCHELL, District Secretary 6 FUNDS « g j £ 2 u, I . c ^« -n 4> t Mrs. Nancy E. Seeley Dies July Fourth Mrs. Nancy Emma Seeley died on Wednesday, July 4 at her home on East McOfregor street, following an illness of months, five of which she had been bedfast. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 from her home with the Rev- J. B. Hoerner officiating. Nancy Emma Bigelow was one of the eleven children of Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Bigelow. She was born in Adamsburg, P:nnsylanvia on June 3. 1853. When she was about a year old she moved with her family to Dubuque county, Iowa, where her father practiced medicine at Zwlngle. near Dubuque. On April 30, 1878. she was married to Dr. F. T. S:eley and they lived in several small towns near Dubuque until 1899 when they came to Algona and the doctor opened an office- He en- Joyed a liberal and growing practice, but after a few years, owing to 111 health, he gradually withdrew from practice, and later conducted a real estate business. To Dr. and Mrs. Seeley were born four children, two of whom died In infancy. The surviving children are Lieutenant-Major Burton A. Seeley of Fort Benning, Georgia, and Frank of Algona. Frank and his wife have made their home with Mrs. Seeley and hav? devotedly cared for her during her long illness. Beside her children Mrs. Seeley is survived by a brother. J. S. Bigelow of Dubuque. who will be unable to attend the funeral. Her son. Burton, is expected Saturday. Dr. Seeley died a number of years ago. Mrs. Seeley was a woman of sterling character, a good neighbor and friend. When she celebrated her eighty-first birthday last month she was greatly pleased with a birthday cake made by her daughter-in-law and a small party. One of her greatest Interests In the past few years was her little granddaughter, Jaon Seeley. C. 0. Party Tuesday Members of the Country Club and their families and friends enjoyed a picnic at the Country Club Tuesday evening of this week. An estimated crowd of 250 were present and enjoyed the band, fireworks and general excitement following the picnic proper. Pour or five balloons were sent up and floated away out of Eight. Hospital News •sz S£S General $50,000 $ 70,206 $8,000 $42,000 $52,009 $61503 School House 2.500 15,329 2,500 14,222 14,055 Special (Bondi 14,115 14,115 Totals $66,615 $85,535 $8.000 $58,615 $66.231 $75,555 Estimated taxes pt>r $1,000.00 of aaJstit*d vahie, $22.00. Number ol ptrirW? Of tch.jol age iu th.- district 1,264. Valuation f 1933) $2,607 807 Moneys and Credits (1933; $ 6U6.921 NOTICE The city council of Algona of Koisuth County, Iowa will meet July 26, 1934 at 8 p. in. Taxpayers will be heard lor or aguintt the following estimate ot expenditures ai that time. ADAH CARLSON, City Cl'-rk. 3 V " CL w t} 2 a 2 >? 5 (2 w 'c S &B~c. . General $ L-O.OOO $ 417 $ Improvement 10.000 8,563 Grading 3,500 3,108 Bewer 5,000 bM4 Water 20,000 B.'iOO Light. 65.000 80,402 Fire Equipment 3,500 2,000 Fire Maintenance . . 1.500 2,162 Library 3,500 1,54<i Band '-,000 332 park J-W'U Road Dragging .... 1.572 Swim Foal 5.0U<J 1 3bti TOTALS $141.500 S117.0U2 $ Kblimau-d taxes per $1,000.00 ol a Taxable Valuation (1933J Uv>l No. Moneji and Credits (1933^ Ditt. N 3,000 5.000 70,000 1.000 1.000 1,500 $ 3.000 $ 100 14.0UO 63,000 6,000 2.300 2,000 2,aoo 2,BOO 2,000 650 650 2,800 $ 14.185 $ 23.751 1,213 Uoi* 6,425 5.57B 26,806 8,446 44,401 75,117 1,2OU 600 iiOO 1,50O 1 ,B40 iJ2,OOO $ til.MO $ 2U.B40 ^•^Lxl vali-c $12.70. 1 $2,041 Ittb; L>iit. No. 2 1. *ob6,yb4; L»Ul. Nu. 1,801 3.166 l,3oO 1,100 2.417 3.055 1,295 uoo 3.643 $104 131 $125,501 $71.709. 2, $2,000. Kossnth Hospital News Margaret Miller of Algona had her ton&lls removed Thursday, June 21st. James McMahon of Algona had his appendix r.-moved Wednesday, June 20. Lumetta Heece of Elmore underwent a major operation Thursday. Mrs. Jim Finley of Algona underwent a minor operation Satiirday. Thomas Haverley of Wesley entered for medical treatment Saturday. Mrs. Alfred Waller of Bancroft submitted to a major operaton Sunday. Delores Jaskulke of Armstrong entered for medical treatment Monday. Wm. Taylor of Algona had his appendix removed Wednesday. Roger Hagg of Algona had his tonsils removed Wednesday. Mrs. W. St. John of Algona, gave birth to a baby daughter weighing 7 pounds Wednesday. Mrs. A. L. Rosviimyer of St. Benedict gave birth to a baby girl which weighed 7'/a pounds Wednesday. Wednesday, June 27th, Clern Ho*an of West Bend entered for medical treat- June 28th, Verne Batb of Algona entered for injuries received in accident. June 29th, Bernard Yeoman, Evelyn Toothman, and M. A. Bartholomew entered for injuries received in accident June 29th, Kenneth Thompson ol Wesley entered for surgical treatment June 29th. Billy Dean Thomas of Iowa City underwent a minor operation. June 30th, Sigmrda Bierman of Bancroft entered for surgery. July 1, Mrs. Carl Froehlich of Wesley gave birth to a biby girl weighing 7?« pounds. The child has been named Madonna Marie. July 3, Dan Walker of Wesley entered for injuries suffered to his leg and foot. July 4, Mrs. A. B. Pannkuk of Wesley underwent a major ooeration. General Hospital News Thursday, June 21st, Mrs. G. L. Tirie, of Plover had her tonsils removed. Mary McEwen of Plover also had her lonsils removed the same day. Monday, June 25th, Raymond Tletz of Fenton had his tonsils removed. Mrs. Wm. Wetzel of Lone Rock underwent a major operation June 28th- Anna Helmers of Algona had her tonsils removed June 30th. Del Leaneaugh of Algona underwent a tonsilectomy June 30Ui. Mrs. V. J. Klelnpetcr of Algona submitted to a major operation July 2. July 4, John Rochleau of Fenton en- er:d for medical treatment. July 4, born to Dr. and Mrs. S W. Meyer of Fenton an eight pound boy. Cow Testing A«s'n Picnic On July 12 The Kossuth No. 1 Cow Testng Association will hold their annual dairy day and picnic at the State Park, on Thursday, July 12. The judging will start at* 10:00 at the Andy Godfredsen place south of the Kossuth Hospital. A basket dinner will be served nt noon with free ice cream and milk. The afternoon en'tertainment will consist of a ball game, races, stunts, a piny put on by the boys' 4-H club and singing. All dairymen are invited and urged to come and bring thsr friends. A good time is assured by all. Don't forget your dinner basket. Sales Tax Man Here Today and Friday Edward J. Mullen of Fonda, field representative for the sales tax was in Algona last week and announced that there would be a man here from the State Board of Assessment and Review on July 5 and 6 at the court house to help retailers fill out their sales tax reports. Mr. Mullen expects tc be here personally part of the time. Annual Elevator Meeting of Lone Rock Group Held Lone Rock: Thirty attended the annual Farmers Exchange meeting on Saturday. K L. Kreger of Bplston, gave a talk. Alex Radig, a director whose term had expired, was reelected. After the business meeting ice cream and cake was »3rved. Community Farewell A large crowd attended the community farewell picnic given on the school house lawn Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp, who are moving to Dayton. The Sharps have conducted a grocery and dry goods store in Lone Rock for the past 14 years. Mr. Sharp went to Dayton Saturday. Attend Shower Mrs. Arthur Priebe and Mrs. George Pettlt and daughters, RaJzlne and Mar- jorte and Mrs. Oscar Earing attended a shower last Wednesday eyening a shower last Wednesday evening given In honor of Alvra Wenrspann at her home south of Fenton. Miss Wenr- spann was man-kid to Hildreth Pettit Friday evening at Fairvllle. Hildreth is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit f Lone Rock. Btantedt Shower Forty relatives attended a miscellaneous shower at the E. C. Blerstedt home Friday afternoon given In honor of their daughter Mrs. Lyle Marlow. Many useful and beautiful presents were received. The hostesses were Lola Marlow, Evelyn Blerstedt, Mrs. Roy Birstedt and Mrs. Arthur Blerstedt. Twenty Years Ago \ News (Taken from the flies of the Upper Des Moines-Republlcan for the week of July 8, 1914) J. L. Bonar and Rhoda Crull had been married the day before, July 7th, at Muscatinra by the bride's father. Rev. Lewis Crull. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, while on their way with another coupb, to Britt for the Fourth celebration, had been run into by another car. No serious injuries had been received. A parly had been given In honor of Miss Lucia Wallace by MLss Louise McCoy, Mrs. Qulnby and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Miss Wallace had been presented with gifts for her new horn* which she had Just moved into. Algona had not had a celebration on the Fourth here so the streets had been practically deserted. Busses had run periodically during the day to Wesley and Whitt/emore and large crowds from here had traveled there. 8. E. McMahon had delivered the speech of the day at Wesley. Dana Paxson and Mabel Waterbury had b--t-n married the day the paper had come out, July 8th, at Dayton, Iowa. Mr. Paxson had been employed as a salesman at the E. A. Wolcolt hardware store at the time. They were expec'.ed to make their home in the Clapsaddle home on East Lucas street upon thtir return from their honeymoon trip. A party of Algona people, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waxlsworth and their niece, Miss from Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dalziel, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Peterson ol St. Jajnes, Minnesota, leH tr.e day before for an extended trip in the west. They were to visit Yellowstone Park, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City and other points. The Mothers club will hold a Dlcnic at the school house lawn Friday afternoon. Mrs. Watson Snick entertained th? Larkin club at her home last Tuesday afternoon. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. John SpranK next week Wednesday afternoon. Supervisors Charles Morris attended a state convention of county officers at Des Moines last Wednesday. Mrs E. M. Hawks' sister, Mrs. Celia Warner of Fenton died last. Monday evening. Mrs. Warner has been ill for some time. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Fred Genrich and family attended a Hauck family reunion at the W. D. Hauck home at Hum- boldb Sunday. Mrs F W. Englund and daughters. Mildred and Margaret of Muscatine visited at the E. J. Jensen home from Friday until Sunday. Word was received here by relatives day recently announcing the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hawks a (.Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton, son, Angus, Jr., and daughter. Julianna of Chicago carne Saturday for a visit at the parental N. L. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs. Fred Genrich and John Sprank attended the funeral of Mr. Ward at Algona Thursday. Mr. Genrich was one of the pallbearers. Neighbors and friends gatherrxl with teams and tractors and plows to cultivate Bernerd Leeper's corn Friday. Bernard has been sick for the past six or eight weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hollister. son Vernon and daughter Coila Jane went to Waterloo, Wisconsin, Saturday to attend a Hough reunion and visit the Harde Gehlers family. Mr. and Mrs. Vctor Peterson, Russell Jensen and Kenneth Madsen and Esther Jensen and Erma Sondergaard, all of West Branch, Iowa, visited at the E. M. Jensen home Thursday. Mrs. Howard McChesney and children, Howard, Jr., Robert and Barbara of Van Nuys, California, came Thursday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettlt and other relatives. Mrs. N. L. Cotton attended a dinner at the horee of Miss Clara Zahlten on Friday at Algona. This was an annual get together of a group of old friends since girlhood days. Nine attended the dinner. Thirty-two attended a miscellaneous shower given at the Jim Ackerman home Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Lee Estel", formerly Hulda Worthington. Many useful" presents were received. Miss Mary Biggins, housekeeper at the Catholic parsonage, left Sunday for Rochester, where she will visit friends. She expects to be gone a week or ten days and will visit a sister in St. Paul before returning. Mr. and Mrs. R J. McEvoy stopped at Clare on their way home Thursday from the convention of the county officers of the state held In Des Moines, and brought Mr. McEvoy's sister, Josle, home with them for a visit. Miss McEvoy visited here until Monday evening and then went to Emmetsburg where she will visit friends and relatives. Dietrich & Stedman Open New Business The Algona Beverage Co., a new jobbing concern in Algona opened the first of the week In the Naudaln building next to the Kent Motor Co. The members of the new firm arc Sam Dietrich, manager and C. C. Stedman, sales manager. Both men are well known in the community. Mr. Dietrich has made pop for tori 1 ? Algona Bottling Works for the past 26 years. Mr. Stedman has been with the Algona Pop Factory for the past three years. The firm will cover territory in all directions out of Algona and will job soft drinks, carbonic gas and supplies. Ledyard Truckers Have Narrow Escape Ledyard: Paul Nltz and Gordon Matzner had a narrow escape early Saturday morning when their truck in which* they were going after cattle was quite badly wrecked, near the Farrington, home In Grant. The boys escaped with only minor bruises. " Speaking of Live Power Parades— Don't Miss the Parade of BARGAINS at Algona's Two-Ring Bargain Circus— Classified Ads For Sale FOB SALE—Light Nash 4 door se- aan. 21.000 actual imieagv. In ex- oellent mechanical condition. Extra good tirt-i.—AJgona Auto Maxkti, West of Court Hou^.-. 27 FOR SALE— Yearling boar. Rt-al individual.—John P. By&on, Algona. 27' FOR SALE—Veterinary tested and approved fly spray, 6Oc ptr gallon. Bring container.—iBarnsdall Service Station on Diagonal. 27 FOR SALE—'Model T tires, tubes and runs. Some a.j low as 75c. Model T coup^', pick-up aud 1927 coach. A'.l well lixed up and clean. Set F. A Curty, 403 Wtit College St. Phone 51- W. _ 2.» FOH SALE Piano. We have a Knu- boJl piuno near Algonu wail oiU> $47.50 Ml to pay. Caih only. Write, Crltchett Piano Shop, Des Moines 25-26' USED BUICK CAR FOR SALE—One of the best us«d Buick cars in Algona iA offered for sale at about one-seventh of the cost price. The car is mechanically perfect and has always recewtd the bta>t of care. Anyone interested should Inquire a.t the Upper Des Moines office. Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bju&urom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Miscellaneous Our mu-resi, raU; to borrowers was reduced to iix per cx-nt on July 1st. If >ou axe planning on building a home, re-modeling or want to refinance your prtic'nt, mortgage avail yourself at the low intercut rate plan ol' the Algoua Buliling A: Loan AiS'ii. 22-tl While you're in Algona Friday to see the big Live Power Standard Oil Parade—don't fail to attend the world's greatest show at the Main Tent (store) and the Side Show ( Annex J. Hundreds of attractive bargains in seasonable merchandise await you at these two spots. Hot weather sheer dresses ia both silk and cotton at the Chrischil- les it Herbst main store and popular summer Annex. "Step right up, Ladies, arid see the big show—going on continuously from 8:1)0 to 5:'M, every day except Sunday—it's marvelous, it's spectacular, it's tremendous—this mighty Bargain Circus." GOODBYE FLAT TIRES NEW-TYPE INNER TUBE Self-Seals Punctures INSTANTLY! Imagine • tube like thiil You can plug it full of hole*. Hammer nails into any tire equipped with it. Yet when you pull them out, , the puncture* seal themiclvei— without loiinf the till LOW IN COST I Stop worrying about "flat*". Save tire and tube repair bill*. Avoid road delay*. The remarkable new Goodrich Seal-o-matic Safety Tube i* much tougher— •pccially rc-inforccd toresutrim chafing. Yetitcoitioniy&ftj/it/y more than ordinary tubes. Let u* put • tet ia your tirei today. GoodricK Safety Tube A new double guarantee for one year against all road hazards, and defects in workmanship for life. Washing, Greasing, Wiliard Batteries, Veedal Oil, Tydol Gas. Clapp's Master Service West of Court House Phone 26. i

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