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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 6,1934 KLUSS-DAYIDSON WEDDING SERVICE HELDATFENTON To Make Home Near Cylinder; Taking a Short Trip Merle Davidson, son of Mr. and -Mrs. Bay Davidson, prominent farm•«re of near Cylinder and Alice Klus*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred laws, prominent fermtrs ol near FertUm, were married at the Methodtet panwn- age at seven o'clock Wednesday evening by the Ttev. 3. T. 8nyd«T, Jocsl pastor. Stella Davidson, sister of the bridegroom, and Glenn Kluss, brother of the bride, attended Item. The bride wore a wedding gown of hyacinth blue and grey accessories and a traveling suit of new blue w«h grey accessories. She was born and raised In this community and i* one of Penton's most prominent young people. She was graduated from the Tenton high school and later attended and was graduated from a school of beauty culture at Peoria, m. Mr. Davidson is a young man of staling cha/- ecter and well worthy of the bride of his choice. The newly weds left Immediately after the ceremony for a short trip. Mr. Davidson has employment near Cylinder and upon their return will make their home with his parents. Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod was a tonsll- «ctomy patient at the office of Dr. 3. A. Mueller last Thursday. Edith Wolfe visited last week Toes•day and Wednesday with her friends, Iieona and Lillian Baago of near Rtag- sted. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Fox of Walnut •Grove, Minn., visited last week »t the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. R. N. Xyhl. A five pound daughter came to gladden th« home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Creinert, Tuesday, August 28. This If their first child. Mrs. Evan Hlggins and little son. Bobble of Qthervllle visited at the C. O. Humphrey home last week Wed0e»- tlay and Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrisehflle* and UtUe son. Ronald, returned last week Tuesday from a visit with Mrs. Chrts- chllles' uncle at Odebolt. Mrs. George Boettcher and children, Laura and Don, visited last weok at the borne of the former** slater, Mrs. Carl LovesUd at Osakls, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Straler, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hant*lman and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham were state fair visitors over the week end Aofutt 29. ZeH» Wolfe. d*ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wolfe of Iow» Fafls » visiting relatives in this community. The Wolfes are former Fenton resl- dents. Harold, ion of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. returned last week Monday from a Fairmont hospital where be underwent an appendicitis operation. He i* Mm F. H. Bfler and daughter, Mary Jane took tbn former's nJeee, Elaine Nellis to her borne at Aloona last •week Wednesday after a two week's vacation spent here. Yon Can't Repair a red hot furnace. Save expense and grief by having your heat- Ing plant chected now. Holtzbauer's Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal 117 a Dodge. Phone W Artene Lskin left last week Tuesday for her home at Bstherville after spending a two week's vacation with her grandmother, Mrs. W. F. La kin at the John Eupe home. Verona Weisbrod spent last week Tuesday with her cowln, Mrs. K*rn Elerick at WWttemore and Wednesday at th» home of her cousin, Mrs. c. L. Osborn of near Fenton. The Jynfcan sewing circle enjoyed a picnic /rapper at the public park Friday afternoon. Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Irene Newel were club guests. Mr*. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. Frank McFall were hostesses to the King's Heralds and Light Bearers at the Methodtet church last Thursday afternoon. Ario Ranney of this place in company with Arnold Alderson of Ruthven and Raymond Alderson of Algona, left last week Monday night for Chicago to attend the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. 0am Knorr, Esther. Marion and Leona of Delmar were recent visitor* at the John Wallace hcnv». Mr. Knorr Is a couMn of Mrs. Wallace and Is well known here. Mr*. Roy Melby, Mrs. R. N. N«?mltz and Mr. and Mm. Waiter Nemltz and children of Canby, Minn., visited last week at the Paul Nemltz, Emilie Mlen- ke homes and with other relatives. Ttot Granvmz of Lansing, Michigan, is visiting at the home of his brother, John and family since the first of last week. He has work In the Oldsmobile car factory and says there is very 1IHV> labor trouble at Lansing. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson. Esther and Ruth Hodgson and Mrs. F. L- Ryerson of Burt and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and her daughter. Betty Jean and Mrs. W. E. Laage were entertained at the C. F. C. Laage borne last Thursday afternoon. Mathilda Ruhnke returned home from the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. She will teach in the district number Uw* Lotto Creek townxhip school this year. She was graduated from the Fenton high school in the spring. Mrs. C. H. Oeronsin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peterson and their daughter, Beanore of Rlngsted to Clinton recently. The totter will enter a hospital there for nurses' '.rain- Ing. The others visited relatives before returning home. P. J. Weisbrod accompanied his brother. F. E. Weisbrod, Ford dealer at Emmetsbtirg, to Des Moines Saturday. The former visited his daughter. Hazel, who is ft student at the Capitol City Commercial College while the latter attended to burinec* matters. Mr. and Mrs. Melrln Man*a«er wect to Iowa Palls last week Wednesday for an over night visit wtth the latter's sister. Mrs. Clyde Brooks and family. On Thursday, Mr. and Mr*. Brook* and Mr. and Mr*. Manaacer drove to Des Moines to attend the state fair. Mrs. Ernest VoetOer and son. Bobby left la* week Monday evening by rail for Chicago to attend the funeral of the former's brother-in-law. Joe Stoke*. Mr. Stride* was twenty-six yean old and died from spinal trouble. He wa* borted Tuesday in Arlington cemetery. Chicago. The Woman'* Foreign Mlartonary society will meet in the Metfcodict fKfc parlor, Thursday afternoon, September 13, postponed to one week later than the regular date. Member* are requested to pay unpaid due*. There will be a mite box opening. A XmM box will be packed with gift* to be sent to foreign field*. Mrs. E. A Wefa&rod and Alio- fduce entertained the class mates of their nieces, norlce and Phylli* Gibbons at the former's home lact week Wednesday in their honor. Mr. and Mm. WeUbrod. Mary Alice, Roger, Phyllis, and Florlee drove to Dodge Center, Minnesota. Saturday for a vi»it with thr children's grandmother. Mr». C. F Gibbons and their aunt. Mrs. Jas. Buye and family. Phyllis and PJortce will remain there and attend school this year. EVE L. rumrELL. A!c«*a !•*», all kind* of g"i1«lr FloUhlng and Enlarge" menu. Colored. Call Phone 417-J. OD4 South Dodge St. 32-tf We do our own Lena OrttMttar DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt CITZ HOTEL Newest reproof Hotel '1 Reduced AND UP Dii»« and Dane* A) ) M I > A M O • » SPANISH VILLAGE They Are Living (By Frank R. Johnston) Dedicated to My Mother They are not dead who are no longer mortal— They are living, waiting on the other shore, Dea'h has but turned the key that ope's the portal To the land where there Is living evermore. From the Hclvcr, fuller life God glveth To His children wh?n they pass beyond the grave, Their loving voices whisper t na t He liveth— He who died upon th? cross the world to save. Call it not death, which brought to them relief From life's work, in the promised land of rest; Born of our faith, this thought shall heal our grief- That He who made and loves us all knows best. They are living! They will meet us! Death is not of God's eternal plan— They are reaching lovely arms to greet us To the ranks of those who rose again. FENTON FOLKS ATTEND FUNERAL OF KIN, VICTIM OF ELECTROCUTION Mrs. Boyd Dlckman of southern Min- n-ffota. Mrs. Dickman Is a sister of he Schmidts. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast entertained .he Thursday luncheon bridge club. Mrs. Harry Seed made high score. tfrs. Pierr; Sartor made low. Mrs. Howard French received the travel prize. Mrs. Herbert Schweppe. Mrs. B. Larson and Mrs. Mildred Kokesh of St. Paul w-cre guests of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher and son, Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Fishr and Audrey, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Joyken and children, Edith Marie, Marjorl^e, John Robert and Joan, Mrs. rennle Inglinm of San Jaclnto, Call- 'ornla, and Mrs. Marie Boyken of Woden spent Sunday at Pilot Knob state park near Forest City. Miss Hazel Budlong accompanied by ier mother. Mrs. Frances Budlong and Mrs. Roy Budlong left early Sat- ffday momlne; for Hampton. Miss Budlong Is a teacher In the Hampton chool. Miss Edith Budlong and Miss illllan Crone, a teacher In the grades n Buffalo consolidated school, return- with Mrs. Frances and Mrs. Roy Budlong. Kr r•!'(] f.v/r .; i; ' (J I- v I 440 Volt Current Killed Jaa. Kenney at Fort Dodge Clay Works Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and family and Frank Kenney residing on the C. E. Heise farm three miles northeast of Fenton attended the funeral of Mrs. Smith's and M. Kenney's brother, James Kenney of Fort Dodge the fore part of last week. Mr. Kenney met a tragic death by being electrocuted at the Johnston Clayworks just out of Fort Dodge, Saturday, August 25, when be set a switch to start a power drill. His arm brushed the switch arm which was not Insulated and sent a 440 volt current through his body. He is survived by his widow and four amflll children, all under nine years of age. VMt In MOnnewta Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sexton went to Minnesota last week Tuesday for a visit, with the following families: the Harold Goetsches at Owatonna, the Jchn O. Hansens near Blooming Pral- rte, the Herman Voigts near Geneva and Mrs. Carlyn Butler of near B3- lendale. Mr. and Mrs -Sexton's son was under a doctors care with infection In his foot while there but Is Improved now. They returned home on Saturday evening. for VMtcn A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Carrie Volgt honor- ins her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Boevers and daughter, Helen and son, Fredrick, who are visiting here from Galena, Illinois. Those present besides the honor guests and Mrs. Voigt's family were: Mrs. George Boevers and son, Donald and Mrs. J. C. Knetemky and son, Raymond of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur BetUn and children, Ruth and Marie of Burt, Mrs. Mae Volgt and children, Kenneth and Esther o' Welcome, Minn., John Planting of RlngHed. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern and children. Lloyd and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and children, Isabelle, Ruth, David. Lena and Rachel, Mrs. Anna Steinbeck and daughter, Myra, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. goffer* fCood Potoon Maynard. son of Mr. and Mm. M. E. Burwath, fanners living northeast of Fenton has been suffering with blood poison in his leg. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona last week for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Larkln of LuVerne, Minn., visited last week at the Wm. Donahue home. Postmaster Schwartz, John Demp- *ey and G. ft- Krause attended a democratic meeting Saturday at Terrace Park. Mrs. John Ulfen returned home on Tuesday from a few days' visit with her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Greenfield at, Inrincton. Donna Jean Bailey spent last week Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the home of her friend, Dorothy Er- IckAon at Bwta City. Mr. and Mr«. Lloyd Calry of Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Perrith of Newton were brief visitors SuBday at tint W. J. Weisbrod home. Mrs. J T. Waifce is enjoying a visit from li«r mother, Mrs. Ben Heiden and htr iiiU-r, Mi&s Carrie Heldt-n of Uululh, Minn . since Sunday evening. Mildred Goetach of Dta Mollies was a »e«-k end victor »t tile parental Oeo Go.eU.ch hum* Btie has employment ut the l>e» Monies Beauty Supply tou*e. Mr and Mrs P. H. Hicks and ton, Newton of Omaha came la;.t Thursday for *• Jew <ia>s>' visit, with Mri. HickV tibttr, Mjfc. Y. H. Eigk-r and Mr arid Mrs. Howard Reed- r, local UrU-phone opi.-ralon. l<-lt Friday lor Waterloo, their foru.fr home, for a vi-.11 over Labor Day with their paren's auti oth.r relatives. Mr ahd Mrs W. K. WolJe and their daughter. Edith, Freeman Wolf--: ut ihte platt a/ici Mlio Ellt-jj WoJle, ol Wiiititu.iju: alU-itckd a r uni-.ii a; the Curl WoJle home at Kk-jjjuje. buuday. Mr. and .Mis. John Uoevtii iii><i (iauifjiter. Hele/i and ton, Frtdcficlc ol (jal' ua, 111, liij-J'-tti ht-it tejtuiUiiy lor it vts.it with (he formers l/iolhej. Hi n- i'y itiid ttottr, Mro- fhiliy Wtuorod, a;id olhtr jtlatin*. Word was /ttti'.td here Friday ol U.t Ifiriti ol <t dauKhUr to Mr. and Mli>. K. O. bti'piMrUMyll Ut the (ii-iielill injH>H*l at <t/e loruier Ivtuttd at HiJjjj.. Led the !tuu.t;n> liaving to tuku up their tcltoo) duiita Monday uie: i&iiUi Laag« to Cedar Rapids, Irene Hewti I'j Bvliuvud; Oleun Diuworth to , 111 ; Vtutu^b Bailt-y lo briH; Q&born to LuVeine. f. J Wei-ltrod of thu> plate and tiU t/joUit-r, F K. Wttsiji'od. Foia U' al- tr nl fcjmni. Uooig, wtre UUuine,» vlo- ilijfi, 1st HIM tl/jineii bdtujUdy 1 he l t-ity Coin- came Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Eisen£chmidt.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wllberg and other relatives. They returned Monday accompanied by the Wllbergs for an indefinite visit. Vivian Hcskamp and J. M. Seglln returned -to Ghlonre Sujiriay af^ei* spending a two weeks' vacation at th« home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and other relatives. They were accompanied by Mrs. Huskamp who will spend a week at the Worlds Fair. The Arthur Mueller family moved last week to Rodman where Mr. Mueller has been managing a beer parlor for Henry Schulte for a short time. The Walter Jentz family moved Into the house they vacated. The John Kramer family moved in with O. S. Warner in the Warner house. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite visited at the Dr. A. T. Whitlow home at Armstrong Sunday. Mrs. Whitlow has been at the hospital at Iowa City the past three weeks with her son, Rboert, who underwent an operation for mas- told. He had his tonsils removed Saturday and they expect to return home this week Monday. The Whitlows are well known here, the doctor having practiced here with Dr. Watte after his graduation and Mrs. Whitlow is a former Fenton girl, the daughter of Frank Bailey. l, ii i,tuti-. Hi at tin.- Ms tAn>. K. A tJ^tis -ciiuadl iir, LOUI.A; of l^ubtique. Titonka Woman is Hostess in Honor of Visiting Daughters Titonka: Mrs. Phil Bufflngton entertained Wednesday afternoon in honor of her daughters, Mrs. "Chuck" Harris of Hampton, Miss Marie and Miss Blanche, thfe following guests, Mrs. Horace Schenck, Mrs. Kenneth I. Fisher, Mrs. J. E. Blelch, Miss Violet Slack and Dr. Alice Sartor. Miss Mftrie fleft Friday for Sheffield,' to teach the coming year in the public school. Miss Julia Stott visited In Ames the past week. Archie Cook came Saturday evening to visit at the Roy Budlong home. Fred Paankuk, Ben Beenken, Sr, and Dick Bfenken are visiting the Worlds Fair this week. John Gartner, son of Rev. and Mrs. L, C. Gartner, enlisted in the Marines from Chicago for two years. Miss Myrtle Ama, Miss Lorraine Peterson and Miss Phydelis Peterson attended the state fair at Des Moincs recently. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Hamstreet and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larson returned on Saturday from a fishing trip at Diamond Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher and Mrs. Jennie Ingham attended the state fair at Des Moines Wednesday driving back the same night. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns and children, George Hlggins and John I&ebrandt took An the doings at Lakota Saturday. Mrs. Art Schweppe entertained the Tusday afternoon bridge club. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen was high, Mrs. Will Boyken, second, and Mrg. Raymond Krantz was low. Miss Edith Mae Budlong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong, will attend a business college at Mason City the coming year. She left on Monday to enroll. Miss Irene Callies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Callies returned to Min- neapolls Thursday after spending a week with her parents. Mtss Callies is employed in a beauty Uiop. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missal and son, Albert, left early Thursday morning for Wenona, 111, Mr. Missal's old home, where he will visit his brothers and ii&ters. They expect to be gone a wetk. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pet»;rsen entertained Mr. Ptttrsen's sisters, Mrs. Warner Martin, hut*aud and daughters, Marion and Marlys of Rochester. Minn., Sunday. The daughters rtmain- < .i lor a w ek's viiit. Mrs. Win. Peterson is < nU-rtainlng her iU,U.-r. Mrs. Neal Nelson and husband of Detroit. Alter visilliiK here, they will visit Mra. Nelson's brother, Clarence Turn r of Cherokee, who is' county agent tf Cherokee county. Mr. and Mrs. Oe'jrBe Bonacker c-jjenl the pii.>t week at Clear Lake, iJif iwiivi, Ji»ni(X- and Jotoe, being wjih their aunt. Mrs. Oscar Blunt-hard ol Loij-j Hock, and i>awn stayed with h>T grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker. MU-> Lurruiim Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, will U-ath school Hear Cfdar Fulb. She. 1 witii tier parents left Friday morning t'.r Ct-dar Falls. Enroute home they will visit at Oxford, Mrs. Peterson's old home. I)r and Mrs. R. C. Ball and their daughter*. Barbara, and Patricia and vVrdine Bojfeen returned Tuesday from visiting ihu doctor^ 1 mothvr. Mrs. Chailej, Ball of Monroe, who had been reported ill. The doctor left his mo- tl.er feeling bt.-LU.-r. Mr and Mrs. Henry Schmidt and daughter. Lena May, living north of t ,',vn. and Mr, ar.d Mr:;. Cbnrad ScJunldt tuiU children v.iii|.cci from Wednesday until aunday with Mr, and Many Visitors At Lakota to Attend Sauerkraut Party Bobby Powers had his tonsils and id-cnolds removed last Thursday at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. The E. N. Clem a as family who have been living In the Mrs. Julia Ball residence the past year are moving to Burt. Mrs. A. L. Sorenscn and son, Roger, of Bode, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. R. Lewis. Mrs. Guy Beemer and son, Bobby returned home last week from New York where they were visiting relatives for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and sons, John and Don, were at Webster City, Sunday where they spent the day with relatives. The Jake Koenen family ol Lattlmer were here Saturday to take In 'he ceK- bration and visit their many relatives in this vicinity. MKs Lena Gutknocht has returned to Mason City, where she will flgaln take up her duties as a teacher In the McKlnlpy school. Dallas and Wm. Trenary and Ted Green returned home last Friday from a visit of ten days with relatives and friends In Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. George Paulson and Earl, were up from Iowa Falls, Saturday to spend the day celebrating and visiting old friends. George Mussman and daughters, Shirley and Bonna Bell of Ellsworth, Minn., were hero for a short vlfit at the H. D. Mussman home recently. Mrs. Eugene Sullivan and little grandson, Huert Sullivan of Chicago, arrived here last Saturday for a visit at the home of the Wade Balls. The R. E. Hamqults family returned home Friday evening from Poplar, Wisconsin, where they have been spending the summer with relatives. The newlyweds, Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, who have btKn spending the past week at Twin Lakes, returned home Sunday. The Harvey Johnson family returned hom-0 Thursday evening from Chicago where they spent a few days visiting and taking in the sights at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ooodnow and three children of Mason City, visited with relatives here from Saturday until Monday. Fred and Hank Schrocder, E. R. Worley, S. A. Llndsey and C. A. Gutknecht left Sunday for northirn Minnesota, where they expect to spend a few days fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thaves and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and daughter and Clarence Thaves of Minneapolis spent the week «nd here at the home of the Thaves sisters. Mrs. C. R. Smith and son, Raymond, returned home Friday evening from the Twin Cities where they had been buying stock for their store. They also visited at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. W. E. Dawson and family. Billy Dawson ac- We Specialize in Automobile Liability Insurance Our Aotomoblle Insurant* Protect* Ton in Case Yon Get Hart A MODERN AUTOMOBILE TRAVEL SERVICE Very reasonable rates. Complete protection. Dwelling and Household Goods Insurance Long Hani Tracker* and Cargo Insurance Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds— Surety Bonds— Beer Bonds Bonds written at our Algona office. Our Polity Writing Connections and Company Contract* Permit XJ« to Write Your Incnranee and Bonds at the Very Lowest Rates Consistent With Sellable Service, Brokerage Builnesa Solicited E»U|*e— Rentals— lQv«.t meota THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone SS C. R. LaB*n* Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bank 29-tf companled them home for a few dayif visit. Mr. and Mrs. C»n Zoller were at Albert Lea one day last week where they visited at the home of their son. Donald. Donald and his wife and another coupte were In a car accident recently at which time they were £>,!! injured the one lady being killed. The car struck loose gravel and hit a bridf??. Mr. and Mrs. John Kronback and children, Wm. Fred, Walter and Emma of Lambcrton, Minn., came down to celebrate Sauerkraut Day and visit with Mrs. Kronback's sister, Mrs. Marie Strobel and many old friends in this vicinliy. They left for home Sunday with the exception of Miss Emma, who stayed for a more extended visit. Jack Pot Boosted Because Tommy Gocttslk of Renwick was not at the Call Theatre on Bank Night the Jack pot has been boosted from $50 to $75 for next week. Week-End Specials Peaches, No. 10 can Peaches, Morning Light, No. 10 < Post Toasties, 1A r large pkg *"*• Baking Powder, Calumet, pound can .. Peaberry Coffee, per pound Brooms, each Clothes Pins, maple, carton P. & O. Soap, 1Q|» 5 Riant bars IJfV {Scouring Pwdr., Gold Dust, 2 cans Mop Pails, 12 qt. galvanized Peas, canned from mature peas, No. 2 can . Corn Flakes, 1A r Kellogg's, large pkg 1VV Coffee, QA r Maxwell House, Ib oVv Wheat Cereal, 1C r Robb-Ross, pkg 1«|V Superb Milk, 3 tall cans Pancake Flour, Robb-RoM, bag — Brown Sugar, 11 r 2 pounds llv Frute-Gel, C r 8 popular flavors, pkg. .. OV Hershey's Cocoa, 1 pound can Amber Syrup, Superb, 10 Ib. pall ... Pork & Beans, tall can Puffed Wheat, Q/* Quaker, per pkg «7v >IQ r .^•r\* 1A,. IVv FARM SALE LIST 00 acres, near Algona, nicely improved. Ideal chicken and dairy farm. $4,000.00. Terms to suit. 80 acres, fair improvements, good soil and all woven wire fences. Near Fenton, $80 per acre. 80 acres, near Whittemore, good soil and buildings. Priced right. Hmall down payment. 100 acres near LuVerne. Fine Soil and good buildings. W% down, balance long time. .120 acres near West Bend, perfect soil, new buildings and fecnes, $1500 down, balance long time at. ">',;. 120 on pavement nx-ar Swea City.. (Jood soil and buildings. Small down payment, balance at f>'< . lf)0 acres near Titonka, good soil, fair buildings. Small down payment. -Make us an offer. KJO acres near I'Ynton. A line farm and a bargain at $7">.0() per acre. !<)() aero near liaiieroft. Kxeellent farm, line buildings, posse.-.-ion .Mdi. l.-^t, $2,01 (0.01) do\vn. KiO acres near U'liilteinore. (juud soil, fair buildings. Possession Mcli. J.-t, $1800.00 down, balance at ">',' . Jo'O acres near Wesley. G6od improvements. $10,000.00. Small down payment. Possession. 175 acres near Swea City, a good farm for $10,800.00. Small down payment. 200 acres near Seneca, Good buildings. A line stock and grain farm. Priced low. 210 acres near Titonka, fine farm, 2 sets of buildings. Good fences. Small down payment. 210 acres near Ledyard. A real farm, modern bouse, other buildings good. He sure and sec this. .'100 acres near Swea City. (Jood buildings and soil. Priced very low, good terms. ,'L'U acres, near Haiicroft, good soil, excellent buildings. A snap at $75.00 pel- acre. :!:J(! acres near Bude, good soil. Build- in 1 :- like new. Small dn\vn payment. Balance long t iine at 5', . :i2U aci't-s smith of Titonka. A line farm, all L;<IO<| soil and improvements. Be ,-nre and >ee this if you want a uonii farm. This is only a small, purl ion of our large list of foreclose 1 far/us. We are agents for all (he larj.it.' insurance and loan companies and can show you any type of farm you might want. Be sure and let us know what vou want. MCDONALD Iowa State Bank lildg. We Buy Hay or Straw. Phone 120

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