The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 1934 Reliable Merchants of 'Near-by Towns in Kossuth County BUSINESS PICKUP FOR SWEA CITY: NEW BANK OPENS Frank Wiemer in. Charge; Result of Community Club Action Swea City: A branch bank of the Ledyard State Bank was opened here Trnt-sdtay, August 23, rtfch Frank Wiemer in charge. The Wiemers purchased the former National Bank building some time ago. The same has been redecorated. Frank Wiemer will move here from Spirit Lake and W. Bilsborough of Storm Lake is assistant. The Swea City consolidated school will open here Monday, Sept. 3. Tony Kollasch and children visited relatives in Illinois the past week. Ed F. Anderson and children are visiting the former's brother at Waterloo this week. Myron Johnson, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Anna Larson and niece, Mrs. H-:len Walstrand are spending this week at the state fair. Ole Kvamsdale was named member of th? board of education to succeed Clarence Johnson, who moved to St. Peter, Minn., where he has opened a grocery store. Mrs. Anna Griffith has disposed of her garage business to Ewing & Hedge of Spirit Lake, who have taken Immediate possession. They purchased the Chevrolet parts from the Johnson Chevrolet Co.. and will maintain a complete Chevrolet agency. R. J. Bell of Algona has rented the Johnson garage and will maintain a Ford agency. Kossuth Farm Sells for $120.00 Per Acre What is reported to be the best farm sale In Kossuth county, was consummated last week through D. L. McDonald, local real estate broker. Chris Jensen, now living two miles south of Sexton, bought the Murtha. 189 acre farm, flve miles west of Algona on Highway No. 18. This farm Is highly Improved with nearly a new set of buildings and new fences. Mr. Jensen will move onto the farm March 1st. The farm belonged to the North- wrstrrn Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the price paid was reported to be about $120.00 per acre. New Burt Teacher Hired by Board Burt: Miss Etna Baars of Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, has been hired to teach pubU cschool mustc, English and general science. Miss Baars has been hired to take the place of Miss Anna Ov- •crgaard, who resigned her position. Miss Overgaard will teach in Mason City. Phone 37 J. P. Lorenz Service Station Wesley MT. Lorenz Has The Skelley Service Station Also the Texaco Service Station, Two of the Best and Best Known Brands of Can, Oils and;' Greases The Lorenz Service Stations have dispensed quality products from the beginning, and they are experts on lubrication. Take them your problems. They are competent to advise the correct oil and grade for individual motor. Why not be a booster and patronize ihis home concern? They maintain a Super Service Station and by trading with them you are helping yourselves. If you spend your money with a home concern you have the goods and the money is kept at home but If you spend it with a foreign concern, you have the goods and they have the money. Last's boost for our home institutions, our friends, our neighbors and ourselves. What do you say? They "grease 'em" according to Hoyle, drain your crank case and change your oil. Continue to trade with the Lorenz Service Stations. They will prove to you that your business is appreciated. Trade at Home, It Pays. Phone 3 Whittemore Hatchery and Produce E. II. Maahs, Mgr. A Full Line of Poultry Supplier This concern handles tons of produce each year and they therefore conduct a business that is of high commercial value to (the public as the farmers of this community are assured of he highest prices. It may be truthfully said that the advantageous local marked conditions, added to the best prices paid by this firm, are responsible in a large measure for their renewed activities on the farms of this particular side line of poultry raising. The present management has been closely allied with business interest of Whittemore and has been instrumental in the upbuilding of this section and should receive the patronage of the «n- i;ire people. The raising of poultry has always been profitable, due to poultry and eggs tKing consumed by 100 per cent of the population, and the Whittemore Hatchery and Produce company has done Its par,t towards making it more profitable for the farmers of this section. Trade at Home, It Pays. Phone 15 AUG. NELSON GEN. STORE Lone Rock Dry Goods, Groceries, Fruits, VegetaW-es, Fresh and Cured Meets When trading at August Nelson's General Store ait) Lone Bock, Iowa, you are assured of first class merchandise In every line at reasonable prices. August's courteous treatment and square dealings to his customers has made him many friends far and near. Trade at your home store, it pays. Phone 47 FRANK MACUMBER CAFE Lone Rock, Marty Good Things to Eat at Frank's and A Glass of Refreshing' Beer to Wash It Down Call at Frank Macumber's Cafe and' meet Mr. Macumber. He is a gentleman you will be glad to meet at all itlmes. His motto In the restaurant business Is courtesy, quality and cleanliness at all times. Macumber's Cafe Is a good place to eat and you are always treated with the greatest respect, both by the man- agement and the help. Good coffee and home made pastries can be found here at any time. Next time in Lone Rock try Macumber Cafe. We can truthfully say you will be satisfied and sure to come back. Mrs. Macumber's cooking is appreciated by all in and around Lone Rock Trade at Home, It Pays You. Phone 32 THE BRIARDALE STORE Whittemore, II. R. Znmach, prop. Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh and Cured Meats This well known grocery is the one store in this community where the housewife knows she can secure the best in foods and at a reasonable price. This store is modern and up ,o date in every particular, clean and sanitary throughout, the business is conducted along progressive lin;s and we are proud to say that they are a credit to the commercial life of this iec'.ion. W"rp Is your local market with the interest of your home and country at l . .. find straightforward in . , • t !.. •, it Is not strange 1..-.V. r..,;::od such a success. _ 1 • ollc and ma!:; e.rtain of getting the best of groceries and other allied products is a great boon to any community. At this grocery you will find the sales pccple have >.ho ability of giving you exactly what you wish and a large or small order receives the same courteous treatment. The public is thus assured of a market of the highest grade right here at home and thus merits the consideration of liberal support of both farmers and town folks. H. R. Zumach will bo found to bo touilcous mid accommodating nt nil times and has bren closely allied with the large business interests of this section for some time. Trade at your home store. It Pays. Phoe 36 H. W. Geelan General Store Whittemore Dry Goods, Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Men's Work Clothing Fresh and Cared Meats Mr. Gelan has served the people of Whittemore, long and faithfully and has always given good values in merchandise. At this store the housewife knows she can secure the bes'.. In foods and dry goods and at a reasonable price. Mr. Geelan's store is modern and up to date in every particular, clean and sanitary throughout; and the business Is conducted along progressive lines, and we are prcud to say that Mr. Geelan belongs to the commercial life of this community. To be able to make certain of getting fresh groceries and worth while dry goods is a great boon to Whl'.te- more and the surrounding territory citizens. At this store you will find that Mr. Geelan and his clerks have the ability ito give you exactly what you wish, and a large: or small order receives the same courteous attention. At this store quality prevails at the lowest possible coti,. All that Is needed Is a trial to convince the most ox- ncting buyer. Mr. Geelan will be found to be courteous nnd accommatlng at all times, and has been closely allied with business Interests in this community for many years. He has been instrumental in seeing that the farmers always receive the top market prlcas for their produce. And In conclusion we wish to state that this establishment is to be commended for th- high character of work being executed and the special efforts thnt Mr. Geelan and employees have made to give to he people of ithls section a service unexcelled. Trade at Home, It Pays You. Phone 31F3 HERMAN WISE QEN. STORE Sexton Dry Goods, Groceries, Fruit*. Veirrtalblp* and Mtatq The S«or* Where a Dollar Is Worth One Hundred Cents One Minute Washing Machines nnd Alnddht This store offers a variety of merchandise, but one thing never changes. 'That ts their quality." which i.s always first clnss. Every day is bargain day at (his establishment. The Herman WIs? store i.s well known to the citizens of Sexton and vicinity as a dependable shopping center. They carry the best In fresh and cured meats groceries, fruits and vegetables, nnd are rxolusive headquarters whore many prrple of this community conies as thrir shopping center. Th? Herman Wise store Is well equipped to cure for the splendid business which they have established through careful attention, courteous treatment nnd prompt ser- vice. This store to strictly a home- owned proptsltion and has no connection with any chain organization. They are interested in building up Sexton nnd community. In fresh fruits and vegetables (hey offer a complete stock at nil times at popular prices. They carry n full line and are always on the nlert for quality merchandise at right prices, nnd duo to the fact thai;, they have boon catering to the wants of he people of this territory for some time are nblp to anticipate in advance the quality of merchandise desired, for ench individiinl. For yrmr fpockPtbook'a sake" patronize the Herman Wise store. Trade nt home; it pays you. WE AIM TO PLEASE Phone 26 FARMERS ELEV. CO. Lone Rock, Alex Krnejrrr, Mirr. We Have For Sa'e Feloo Quality Chick Feed There Is No Elevator Like Farmers Elevators. Highest Prices Paid foil Grain Among (he progressive and wide-nw- nke Institutions of this community, there is none more worthy of favorable extruded mention than the Farmers' Elevator Co. at Lonp Rock, Iowa. Mr. Knirirrr's square dealings nnd correct weights has made him many friends nnd riistrmrrs In the frmin business. Patronize Your Home Elevator, It Pays. Phone 29 FARMERS STATE BANK Whittemore ALEX RADIG, Stock Buyer Lone Rock Phone 45—Office Phone 408—Residence Alex Radlg Always Pays Top Prices for Stock Phone 22 Peter Schumacher Oil Station Whittemore, Pete Handles the Famous Diamond Brand D. X. Gas and Oil Bring your live stock to Alex Radlg at Lone Rock and be assured of the top market prices at all times. Through square dealings and honest weights Mr. Radig has made many friends and customers. Alex Is always on the lookout for the benefit of his many friends In Kossuth county. The radio is a wonderful thing to convert the market so rapidly to the stock raisers of this community. Any time you are in doubt in regard to the latest market prices, Alex Radlg at Lone Rock will be glad to inform you. Trade at home—*t pays. "If you oil not, neither do you spin." Did you ever stop to think ithat industry and transportation could not possibly turn a wheel without "lubrication?" This Is one of the world's greatest industries. Peter Schumacher of Whittemore, maintains a modern and complete service station for the convenience of his many friends and patrons. His place is moderly equipped enabling him to render the best service. He features D. X. Petroleum products recognlz-ed for their high qualities and lubricating va- ues. He is a leader in his line and Phone 43 L. R. Roderick Auto Co. Lone Rock Agency for The Famous Chevrolet Six Cars Also Feat-ores The Champlln Gas, Oils and Grease One of the most up to date and aggressive garages and repairs shops in this territory is the Rodrick Auto Co. at Lone Rock, Iowa. First class auto mechanical work which Is all guaranteed. Good mechanical work to our patrons and makes us many friends and customers. Trade at Home, It Pays. Two Marriages of LuVerne Folks LuVerne: Miss Martha Lund and Herman Vought were united in marriage at 2:30 In the Lutheran church on Sunday afternoon. The single rlitg ceremony was u*ed by the pastor. Rev. Whlttonbrrg. Miss Florence Lund, a sister of th bride, acted as bridesmaid. The bride wore a gown of wine colored velvet and carried a mixed bouquet. Fallowing the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vought. Mi-s Ytilamae Murray and John Vos.s, Jr., were married Sunday, August l!)th by Rev. Raymond at his home in B«neca" The brlel • is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John V-.-s. At present, the newly weds are Hi tlie l.ome of the bride's parents. Ralph Beckman of Alton is visiting at the Dr. Corbin home. Miss Dolores Wolto is home from attending summer school at Iowa City. Mr nnrt Mrs. Snnkey left Thursday for a visit with relatives in Illinois. Mr and Mrs. Will Murray attended the state fair Saturday and Sunday. Mi's Doris Bartdeley is home from attending summer school at Evanston, 111. Cecil Huff. Arthur Dimler and Henry Hunselman are atUnding t" e Worlds Fair In Chicago. Mr and Mrs. Crowley and family of I^Mars visited a few days at the Dr. ISason home the pust week. Mrs. Hurt Thompson of Iowa Palls vUlti-U a few days la^t week at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Peter Thompson. James Boyd, who has t>en visiting Misses Lottie and Jannette Mason has resumed to his Home in Ontario, California. Mr and Mrs. Ev-. rett Thompson and family of Lake City spent last week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stoddard and family went to Flasher, North Dakota Friday for a visit with His brother Con Stoddard and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen, and Rev. and Mrs. Win. Baddeley went to Mln- a- apolis Monday for a visit at the )HV, c of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith. Mi-s Feme Barton, student nurse in a hospital in Sioux City, is spending ivn v.1 kV vacation at the home of her parent,, Mr. and Mrs. Mcrt Barton. Mr. uiirl Mrs. Kd Hof, Th.-l.iiu and Billy, left Thursday ror W.iuM*h«i. Mi'rHoi's^rWhustand. Mr. and Mr.,. Win- Cr.iistuf. M r. and Mrs. W. P. Gxifc-y and their daughter* visited Sunday at the r• ",i CuUrw home in Fort Douge. .lu- Godfrey, accompanied them • i,,r u week's with her grand- ,, ) M' W I. M i-Dii of Le'Ais- ',].,) 'who Lave been visiting the 1 - mate Mason. Phone 10 A. M. Kunz General Store Wesley Groceries, Meats, Dry Goods, Men's Work Clothes No review would be complete without a word about the A. M. Kunz General Store, located at Wesley, which offers dependable merchandise at reasonable prices, opemtcd by A. M. Kunz. It Is Indeed pleasing to note that there Is right here in our midst a business man who has done much to bring living expenses down. That man Is A. M. Kunz, who for several yenrs has served the community honestly until the name Is synonymous with economy. It was with the knowledRe that by offering the people quality merchandise nt reasonable prices that this business was established and by .strict adherence to that policy the business grew and grew, taking the leadership in this section. Since that time there has been many changes In market conditions and in many lines it has been almost impossible to even offer a showing. Yet by being in a position to command the market, Mr. Kunz is offering the people of the community an immense stock of merchandise at reasonable prices. It is passible to supply the wants of the entire family at this store for the stock not only includes a full line of dry goods, but a complete stock of groceries also. He has built up this business on the foundation of honest dealings, and in this edition we are more than pleased to compliment him upon the modern and up-to-date establishment over which he presides. Trade at Home—it Pays You. his products always satisfy as is evidenced by the Increased number of customers who are turning to him for service. You will reduce your motor troubles by depending on this firm for iras, lubricating oil and grcnse. Pete is a hustling biisine-'s man and It Is generally conceded that "he knows i\ls oil." Talk over your lubricating problems with him. His many years of • xperlcnce qualify him to render export advice. Many people have reduced their motor troubles by depending on this firm for expert advice and lubrication. Trade ait, Home, It Pays You. Phone 19-2 THE LONE ROCK BANK Lone Rock, N. L. COTTON, Cashier Start Your Savings Account Today With The Lone Rock Bank John Uhlrnliako, Cashier. It is not fair weather voynges that established the long snfo:y records for the old sea captains, but. the storms thoy weathered and successfully conquered. So, with the Farmers Sta'.e Bank of Whittemore. It has served its community well during periods of prosperity, but its real service is the strong security it provides for the citizens of Whlt- tem,:re nnd surrounding community for today. This bank is supervised by a competent board of directors, who have shewed their business ability by the prr ;ress they have mad-: In llfo, men who are your neighbors and friends, and interested In your welfare. A Safe Place lo Do Your Banking A strong bank instills confidence in a community and should be appreciated nnd patronized by all. This strong financial institution not only will but is able to care for every reasonable want of its customers. A great deal of credit Is due to the •efficient officers and directors of tills institution who have done their part toward developing the Interests of their community. The officers of this bank are fine, public spirited men who firmly believe In Whittemore and surrounding territory as the hub of the great livestock nnd HTnin producing center of Iowa. Continue to patronize this strong banking institution. Phone 54 THE FARMERS ELEV. St. Benedict, Wm. Eich, Mtr. Hieherst Price* Paid for Grain. Sc-ff Us Flr s t For Prices Before You Sen Occupying a place of distinction among the succcssfull business and financial institutions that have made Lone Rock and community a better place In which to live, stands The Lone Rock Bank, a place won through merit of performance and showing a most sub- s.antiai Increase of business volume each year. Trade with your Home Bank. Phone 51 L. W. SWANSON Whittemore, For Better Aonbuance Service for Funeral Service Phone 40 Washing Machines, Radios, Sewing Machines, Perfection OH Stoves & Heaters Electric or OH Refrigerators Trade In Old For New Let Us Furnish Your Home Where Good Furniture Sells For Less Tver since tho first Farmers Elevator Co... was organized nbout 50 years ago, it has been demnostrated that this slogan is a positive fact, namely "There Is Na Substitute for n Formers' Elevator." During th!= 50 years there- has been many n substitute tried out, and they have failed. Your Farmers' Elevators have stood the test of the most disturbing flr anclai storms of nil time. Every stockholder should be very proud of this Institution. Wm. Is always on hand to serve everyone to the best Interest of all pailrons. The Farmers' Elevator Co. of St. Benedict ts a c"-op'rntlvn homo insti- tut'on. compor.pd of frvrmcrs nnd citl- zens of this community. Tho future of agriculture Is dependent on the choice the liV-'.!v!J".-.l fi-.V".ier inul.r'j today—whether he co-operates with his fellows, for the common good, or whe- MC MAHON FUNERAL HOME Day Phone No. 25 Ambulance Service Night Phone No. 25 WESLEY, IOWA The McMahon Funeral Home located at Wesley, Iowa, has gained that stamp of public approval through the years that it has been established. They have won the reputation of offering dependable SERVICE to their customers and friends until the name has b-comt* synonymous with careful, (courteous anil dependable iervlce. Their many years of experience In the profession enables them to be of much assistance to bereaved in time of dire distrsss. They overlook nothing tJiat will lighten the burden of those dark hours. Their equipment is of the modirn type and they are in Wesley to serve you, not necesurily at a profit but to serve you well. It plea>c.s as to make favorable mention of the McMahon Funurul Home. Trade at Home, It Pays. Phone 3503 Lotts Creek General Store Lotts Creek, Nick Gcngler, Mgr. Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Men's Work Clothes. Fresh and Cured Meats In compiling a review of this community we would certainly commit an unpardonable error if we omitted mention of The Lotts Crt^k General Merchandise store of Lolls Creek, owned ami operated by our good friend, Nick Ofiigler. Tills popular store Is well known to Uie citizens In and surrounding LotU Creek, as a dependable shopping center. They carry the best in dry gouds, groceries, fruits and vege- lablcs and are exclusive headquarters where many people of the LotLs Creek community come as thi'ir trading center. This store is a strictly home owned institution and has no connection with any chain, organization and Mr, Geng- k-r is a public spirited; maji upon. When .anyone in this community thinks of furniture, they naturally think of L. W. Swnnson of WhKU>- inore, In. This establishment shows a very complete tine of furniture from a kit- elion chair to the most elaborate 1 tuite. This store enjoys a large patronage, not only in the town of Whittemore. but for manv miles around, as their ativaclive prices on fuvni'ure, cnmbin- with n fin-: display, attract many buyers from surrounding towns. Mr. Swauson's lonp experience in tho furniture nnd funeral dlrectlm? business enables him to a.'slst and nclvlso customers in sel. ctlnij Jus th; 1 rtcrht pieces of furniture that are suited to their individual needs, for a reason- able amount of money. Winter will soon be here, nnrl undoubtedly a new nig or possibly n couple oi new pieces of furniture would brlnh'on no the home and make it a more cheerful place' in which to live. Mr. Swansou I--; recognized n.s an out- iitandini; funeral director nnd specially. :'.s in conducting n dignified service. He takes a d<vp int- rest, in his work and knows how to lighten t.ho lend of U»IM> chirk hours. He overlooks nni'e of the s:n;il)c.s- detnil.s. The price i.s n nuit'or of your own d- >~ l re. consistent with quality and service. His .sorvic™ azures you Hint you have given vour loved ones tho most distinctive nn-'l tribute. Trade a: Home. It Pays You. >hone 2 TIEDE'S CASH GROCERY Lu Verne, la. !Mr. Geo. Tifili 1 , I'rrm. Kvrrvthlni Frc-li and O<><xl (o Eat at Tlede's Grocery. This l>- An I. fi. A. Store—llnme Owned whom the citizens can depend. He is interesUd in the welfare of this community and deserves your patronage and whole-hearted support. In fresh fruits and vegetables he otters u fine selction. and you will find a. complete s'.ock at all times. You can supply the entire wants for your family at this store, as his slock not only includes a full grocery line, but also a complete stock of dry goods and shoes. Mr. Gengk-r has built up this business on a foundation of honest and fair dealing, and in this review of our neighboring towns, we are more than pleased to compliment him upon the policy that he has followed and upon tlu- wonderful business that he has been able to establish at Lotts Creek. Trade at Home, It Pays You. Phone 80 Whittemore Fanners Creamery Whittemore It. A. Bartlett, Mgr. Sell Your Creain to Your Home Creamery Call For Iowa. State Brand UutU-r nd Mr and Mi*- t his .-l.ter and . E- Mul'UU. Send ycur crea-in to "Your own creamery" and get ull it is worth and for your health's sake eat more but- UT. Whitttimore is lo be congratulated upon posi>essiiig this model plant. Tins cream, ry is one oi the moil sanitary ill the state and is operated by experienced mull. It ilias always had a lui;h rating for cleunliiiL-ss uiid sanitary conditions, as well as the quality of butter produced. This ia u home owned institution, and oiiv. worthy of your support, xviiulliur you an: a purchaser of but- U-r cr a seller of cream. They are iu- trlc:Ud ill till: Clti/.ulLi Of Will" t-MlOre and coiiiuwity and provide u firs: cl.i-s market for pure cream. The Whitttmoru Creamery will coa- ;,icK'r it a six-cial fuvor if von will ;\> c- iiy luw-i State Brand Crm^try Biil- UT when inukmg a punliaiu. and you will be assured of the highest, quality product at a reasonably price. Why buy ti'.e su-calkd Duller substitutes when Iowa Stuti- Brand Creamery Butter can be secured at -such a J-L-U;OH- able price. Take no chance and a^k for Iowa Stale Creajnu-y Butter and br assured of tliL- bet. It will help to b:'ing back pritoixTity to Ko^uth county farmers. Centralized creaiiu-ru-s who o|)erale hundreds of mi', s frcjn their .source of supply cannot receive their civain in a fine condition like -liu modi-rn creamery, and are therefore ini.ibl-- to prixiuc-.- the wonderful quality of butl"r that tins plant i^ l:iiii''U. fur. T)IL- I'armer.-i und dairyren "! !1:L " community aijijrielate tin h.-'ii,'- m--'- kv and it Ls to the in!r-i-.--'- of the local duirviiK-ii to sell to ti.e Whitt •• '"-•• cri-'"ierv. Trade with your Hume C'u--.iii.ei'y. It Pays You. Here is a man in business who is really a bu>ines- jnan and has made a splendid record by featuring: advertised quality merchandise at right pric.s ami rendering splendid service. Mr. Tied;:'s overhead is low and Ills customers receive the b.nlit. You can always depend on the. highest prices lor eygs and produce at this store. Many of his customer:; advise the writ.r that they secure better prices nt Tiedes than nre ollrred in the larger towns. Why not b.- one of Ills sa'.lsiied customers? He Ls in LuVerne. 365 days ill the to serve you. His store is Home Owneu. He tjivi'.s his customers real ;.ervlc- and a square deal the year around. We sincerely recommend Mr. 'licde'.s incrchai'disi:, his clean cut buMI: y.s ixilicu s nnd general personality Mid :-i 1 Vice. Hi.i name i.s well and favorably known and lie has gained a splendid reputation for dependable goods at rock bottom priee.s. II has served you well and faithfully and furnishes good iiicrehan- GI.M- r!i:lit. ;tt your door, ,v> to sjK'ak and certainly lie merits your patronage. I Patronize your home store, it pays. Phone 53 PRIEBE BROS. GEN. STORE Lone Rock, A Conip't-U- Stwk of Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Men's Work Stwk Salt, Stock Fttd and Chirk Feed. I»-X C,a>, and Oils Shorten Your Miles—'Try It" What a pleasure it is to write about | the highest quality. When you want a store, that really enjoys ir.e tine reputation arid good will among iu cus- that the Prifbe Bros, store enjoys. Pioneers in the mercatL'.ile. busi- and integrity above reproach thai is the basic foundation that this monument no good business is built upon. The town of Lone Rock is justly proud lo be able to number among its successful business places the Priebe Bros, store. The firm's policy has always been "quality gods at low prices" WiicJi you want quality in irierch- undisL- good;, you car. buy any article they stock and f-.el sure that it is of fri'sh fruis, vegetables, canned goods or merchandise, you are iiaaiircd of well kept, not shop wurn, clean and \vlio!-ocme merchandise and groceries. This well known Chopping center is strictly a home-owned proposition, owned and c-perated by Priebe Bros. They are public .spirited citizens and interested in building up the home community. This store lias played sucli an important part in thu development of this community that review of the pi'oiiiiiitnt business places would nu br compli t- without proper mention ot tills re-liable concern. Trade at Home, It Pay^ You. Phone 49 Frank Flaig Implement Store Lone John I)»'ere Implements. DeLava.1 Cream Si-paraturs (U-iural Ulucksmithing aud John Metre Kepairs Hi-rc i.s u succc.v,iul firm of this t<jc- tion doing a thriving buaiiiess over u l.ii'jic territory. Tlieir price;, an.- always ll:c l>-st th:i; can be obtained in any nui'k. t and tlit-ir .stuck of farm :.kiy k-. c mplctc m evi-iy ria>pi.-t-l. Fiaiik t'laig ivprcsents tl:c John Ot rr<- imijlenK-nts, fumou^ tiinju^hi.Mi! th. world iinci; tile >ear I8J7. whi-n John IK-i-rr. in a little b!.tck.suiltli t.!io|j «l M -iiiie. 111., liaia:i:t-icd uul li'." world'.-? lii'^l ; tL-i-l ijluwb. From t!..i' .-ina:i bi-yinnintj u a^ born ot:,- ,,-' t !i • m . t in MiTUii! n.'ju ini-., ot tion. Join: DCLIX jj'.o'A 1 .-. cu!".-. ii .•:'. tanning equipmeiH VvliKii ha i-nu<d tiu- farm of tuday. tcsslul Jol:n Deere truclor i. iii!{ more ixjpuiur tacli year exaeling modern lanneiv Tii will cio v.uik thj[ any nf tin.- liundrKla or tructors will ('.•!. A'ork that u:her tractors will When \ou buy J'.'iii DI-. men is you ari ;:ure of u:--:i; •rxu.c iliroii-'h tiii-ir loi.i i Jo': :i D,,. re i! uk-r, Mr. l-Vai aUvay.s ready to te-rv-j jou. Tni- machi':-. iv e-'iiip.i'.. landing k'Cally. l'"-'i •'•- \-a!i ol Rock Wllll ti. i:i IracLor ,l !.< i' ol ana :, u;-. not U'; I (her he continues to do business as a I separate entity In a world In which co- j operation grows steadily move necessary. The latter course mcnns continued low prices, a declining, general demoralization of his business. The former course means eventual prosperity and n found, progressive nRrtcultural structure. The line Is ehorply drawn between co-operation and bankruptcy. Th" Farmers' Elevator Co. of St. Benedict, Iowa, has to offer for the np- proval of the farmers and citizens an up-to-date establishment, under tho very cinabl" man^ment of Wm. Elch, pr,<\ conducted unnn hlRh business principles and a service unexcelled, We Kei nn unusual sense of satisfaction In :-:'c.r.-.vainidliiK the Fanner.-' Elevator Co. of St. Benedict, lowu. "Boost Your Own Institution It Pays." Phone 18 SANFORD & LINEBAK ELEV. Luverne Yon Raise The Grain—We Pay Yon Top Prices for It This firm 1ms always -enjoyed n splendid business from this community and they have always given their customers top prices for grain. Sanford <fe Llndebak Company are ext.n.slvc buyers of (train. F,,\V, if any. rk'vator companies in this section of the country have attained the prominence that this company lias. They maintain an up-to-date establishment for the accommodation of llv public ind have an enviable reputation for lair prices and good quality. The elevator has u largo capacity with the result that they are in the market at all tim:s for unlimited jiiantlties of grain. It ts reliable in every way and the fact that it Is test- fd man ytljnes during the year is evidence of Its reliability. Evi'ry Inducement Is offered to the farmers of this community to market their products here, and not export them to other markets. The best prices are paid nnd the farmers may be assured of u square deal when dealing with Sanford it Llndebak Elevator. The owners of this nrm arc outstanding business men. Their reputation for honest weight and square dealings Is unquestionable. Their niim s are among the first thought of in connection with any worthy community project. Trade at Home, It Pays! Phone 11 BENEDICT'S STORE LuVerne, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Fnills and Vef«<ables A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Benedict's store, located at LuVerne. Iowa, i.s well known to the citizens of LuVerne and .surrounding trade territory us a dependable .shopping center. Mr. Benedict carries the in groc- ries, fruits and vegetables and i.s exclusive headquarters W-)MV many people of the community come as their :ood c<'iit<-r. If you desire groceries fruit.s and vegetubl-.s you are assured of fresh ind wholesome This store i-> strictly home owned and las no connection with any chain organization and Mr. Benedict is a public plriit'd citi/.cn intere.sKd in the build- nir up of LuVerne and Kossulh county 1 -' Mr. Benedict takes a personal interest In each Individual customer, regardless of th.- size of their purchase. In fact, trading with Mr. Benedict is juat like a family affair. He is constantly tn the lookout for the,- best values in quality merchandise, and lib many years of experience in th" merchandise business enables him to discriminate rut) values. We are pleased to give favorable 1 commendation of Mr. Erne-diet, his business establishment and upon the policies followed by this reliable Koa- ,-ut.ii county citizen. Any business conducted aii.'ng the line.-i followed by thi.s firm is boun 1 t" be a success. Tradr at, Home, It Pays! Phone 54 J. L. RASKOPF LBR, CO. Rt. Benedict la. This Lumber Firm Has Served Sii'cc 1K!«I. \Vi You Mill iir«il u hon Lumber, l!uililiii(,' The J. L. Ra.'-.kopf Lumber Cu. has rved [his community with the rx-.-t in lumber and building materials for \ear.s. They solicit your business, . yen buv a lath or a complete buildinc. High quality, modi rate prices ;i mi courteous .'ervire Is their motto. Mr. J. L. Ka.skopf. th..- proprietor. Ls a of many years' experience in the lumber jnd building material business and is thoroughly competent. He Is v. illii'i; and glad at all time to give his lrii-ndr> ;unt custoiiu i\ th- lieiu-lii of his many >v;ir> of i-xiii'i'ienri'. Do not lifi- tate to takf y .tir buildinir problems to li!!ii and gri hi- advicv u.u-.m the sub- Tlir I'fople in ThU Community Aim To 1' u- u,s long as you live Materials and CoaJ ji'ct. I; will you nothing and may mean n t'r "t deal to you There lias never turn a more opportune time to build and repair than Die pivsc-nt, as all building muterlal. as well as labor, i.s the in y- ar.s Mr. Ra-^kopf is always ready to render service, in the selection of plans or Uu,- technical ar- i ;in;'<mt-nt of the home, barn or any form of lumber construct! jii. W.' heartily recommend this lumber company. its merchandise, its management and sound business policies to our readers in tiii^ review of our dtpvndabl. merchants ar.d in.>'itu'i us in this com- rminty. Truo.- at jour home Lumber Yard. It pays you. Phone 127 JftENF'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Whittemore, Miss Irt-ill- K'-MJii'-v. l'n>[>. Tic.- I'Uce Win-re Wild Hair Fiugtr Waves Call Hi- ('iiiitrrlli-d. I'crinjiit Wavi-s. •Main Kinds ol Beauty Culture Located in Whnu-n:on.-. Iowa. Iivn B-- auiv fcii-.m:.- i.> .- t adilv s;a!i;i ; hi r .-l'\K'-. ;-j!,f lra'u:'(.. Ol.lV U:t: l:'i.< .-i l>;)f i-i and tiller: \va\ in-' i II,:;- >.-rrn.;!i i:l \ia\..- an- \,i!!:',ul a ; l: . r ^:,-- '.-• i •••'•-• ;•-!• '•'< J a-,.tl!nnty on this wili: many y-.urs of actual xp'-ru-ncL-. which makes her tcniCL- t:i ti'K'd and modern. 11: .iUiv cuitiuv ha.-> adxuiiL'tU the ' -:. rajudly in th. last !.-\v yi-a^ an.i .ii.!.-, Ika^tj Shopi*.- hao certainly I'' :ib"< ','. -•'. Of tin- timiro. Int! Hu'i.-nt can: 01 tiic liair Ls m.'.st •' IUL.1 '<j UL-IHIL; b-.-autv Cio to Fr- |-h,. ,,.,.i ..-.u!i ft :i:r LI-, .'.ill iiui'-i-d be pit-as--d nit:: the rt-Milto. ; ,,.'l ]j. , .... . | [i., ]:;•.: i-i !>•••: -tan; Her iJc.rmuni.nt \v,r>« arc IIIL- taH-c ,. ...„,:.; ii- ,,•;•-- i i • •'.••'• ..- i-i:--; .,i: r.- can : i;.-y b.- <.-\ci !:i a . TIK- Bi.-au- . , . i, .. v . • ': U. ••:!'' -i I : II.'.:' :• ' > ''•''" , t > :.j! .'U 1 litt.-ii \\l\Il r-'Tini-d alld I L'/" '., ; :; :•..•,,: i/.r!'i::. .1 b;. Ii.-n..-'., :-'itab'.-- i"' v ' 'ii':.t!n- !':> atM;:'-. : •;. - j i .,.: . .--I., i,.- a: i .: •• • '••• ••• '•"•- <-. 0:10 ui £li--:iiity and i\n .... ! b'.::.i. cultu:'.- iron: a I'-'- •:.-• t r a:: ..p:i ::; ;i:.-:::

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