The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, lovra, Bept. 6,1934 LEDYARD LADY IS DEAD Ledyard: This community ag- Phone 20 am saddened Saturday morning to learn of the death of one of his older and well loved citizens, Mrs. Carrie Steinberg. Carrie Schultz Steinberg was born Sept. 27, 1869, at Aokley, Iowa. It was here and through Har- dln county that she spent her girlhood* days. She Joined ft rural Methodist church near Radcllffe. On March 20, 1889, she was united in marriage to Joe Steinberg at Efldora. The first years of their married life were spent In Hardin county, later moving on a farm near Swea City. About 36 years ago they moved to the farm west of Ledyard. It was here her husband preceded her In death,, Nov. 26, 1922. accommoda The following spring she moved to the popularity, home where she has since lived. She passed away at 5:30 a. m. Sept. 1, 1934 at the age of 64 years, 11 months and 27 days. She had been in falling health for the past two years but it was not considered serioue until the past wtater. She had suffered Intensely tor the past five frnonths but through all this suffering she was patient and resigned to the will of God. She was a devoted and kind wife and mother, unselfish and untiring In her efforts to serve her family, although not active socially the many kindness shown by her neighbors and friends in this community showed the high esteem In which she was held by all. Her Interests were simple and unaffected by the modern trend of the times. Her garden and flowers in the summer and quilting In winter afforded many pleasant. hours. Besides her many friends and acquaintances who will miss her, she is survived by thrrc daughters, three sons, Mrs. Minnie Jordal of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Roscoe Mayne of Armstrong, Mrs. Sam Weaver, August and John of Ledyard and Joe of Garner. She Is also survived by 19 grandchildren and one great- grandchild, a half-sister, Mrs. Ben Steinberg of Buffalo Center, four brothers, Ernest Schultz of Walnut Grove, Minn., Otto of Belfleld, North Dakota, John of Posterton, Saskatchewan, Canada, and Luke of Calgary, Alta, Canada. Two daughters preceded her in death, Josephine in 1910 and Tena In 1918. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, Sept. 3, In the Methodist church with Rev. F. O Johnson officiating. The mucic was furnished by a quartet consisting ol Mrs. H. Mayne, Alice Dunham, James Logan and Ralph Olson. Burial was made in Highland Home cemetery, Basaar Great SnoceM The Sacred Heart bazaar which was held last Tuesday was a distinct success in every way. The ball game it the afternoon proved to be a rea thriller with Bancroft defeating Lake Mills 4 to 3 In a 15 Inning game. A large crowd enjoyed the chicken din ner and the program afterwards. Ov er »500 were cleared. The prizes that were won were as follows: round trip to Chicago, John Pelslnger of Fort Dodge; spring calf, Ralph Young of Knterum; $5 in cash, Leone Htltz, of Bancroft; 1 ton coal, Joseph Sturm, Carroll; 5 sacks flour, Frank Frederick, Buffalo Center; 100 pound* of augar, Harold Albright. Ledyard; J5 In cash O. F. Deim, Swea City; 6 chickens Clara Williams, Carroll; 4 sacks flour Rose Hackford, Carroll; one) year subscription to Bancroft Register R. T. Steinmetz of Buffalo Cer.- ter- quilt, Mrs. George Breen of wo- Ftrestone Batteries, Spark Ftago, GaMUne. OOa, and Greases, See Us When Tour Car Neefe Attention. All Work C. M. GUUngham, The Newel Garage features a complete automobile service, making their establishment "The Repair Shop of Good Service" in this section of the tate. It Is one of the centers of ac- ivity that is visited by autoists from all over this section of the country and s a very popular garage, due to its owners, which by reasons of its very accommodating policy has won wide spularity. The Newel Garage ia conveniently oca bed and commodious enough to take care o fthe local patrons and the raveling public in the way of service. When Mr. Newel started in business 1934 Reliable Merchants of Near-by Towns m Kossuth Phone 110 NEWEL GARAGE Fenton he determined to furnish service to every auto owner, and there is no q\K8- tion but what he has succeeded. In the repair department he has in charge able and efficient workmen and being backed by vast facilities, which enable them to rebuild, replace or repair any automobile no matter what the trouble may be, in a most satisfactory manner. We know of no firm more fully equipped or better prepared from the point of workmanship to be able to turn out work of class, for its reasonableness of charge and for getting It done when promised than the Newel Oarage. Trade at Home, It Pays. Fenton | Phone 3 LESTER F. WEISBROD IMP. CO. John Deer* Farm Implements. Repair* for All Kind* of Farm Stock Ifcnto and Wftterere. PWJIIps 'W Gas, Otto Mid Greases. National Tires, Tttbea and Batteries.. We Recharge All Kind* of Batteries. Our Prices Are Right BAILEY & COMPANY Fenton Genera: Merchandise, Groceries. Shoes, Notions, Etc. Eggs Taken Same M Cash Mr. Bailey Has Served the Public In and Around Penton for 31 Yeats Where Coorteey and Satisfaction Go With Every Purchase Here Is a successful firm of this section doing a thriving business over a large territory. Their prices are always the best that can be obtained In any market and their stock of farm machinery is complete in every respect. Lester P. Welsbrod represents the J-r>n Deere Implements, famous throushoxit the world since the year of 1337, when John Deere, in a little shop at Mollsvs, Illinois, mowers, binders, the new John Deere hay loader with the floating pick-up and raker bar elevator, and many hundreds of other modern farming equipment whidh has revolutionized the farm of today. The successful John Deere tractor is becoming more popular each year with the exacting modern farmer. This tractor will do work that any of the other of hundreds of tractors will do, and some work that other tractors will not do. Phone 56 KRAUSE CASH GROCERY Wrede A Krans*, Prop". Fancy Groceries Choice Meats, Always Make Good Things to Eat Making better known to readers of the Algona Upper Des Molnes the Krause Cash Grocery of Hurt. They serve the community with the best that money will buy In groceries and fresh meats. They have been catering to the wants of the cttlwns and know what merchandise will please each cus- tlmer. This store is well known throughout the trade territory as a firm thnt handles the best groceries, fresh meats, etc. Step into this store when in Hurt and you will be surprised how far a dollar will go. While this Is a home owned store and has no connection with any chain organization, it offers many advantages to be found in chain stores. Wrede <te Krause, the proprietors, always sell their wares at a very moderate price. Their stock of groceries and meats Is complete aS all times. We heartily recommend this firm to our readers and assure them that when in need of merchandise, Tha Kratise Cash Grocery at Burt will appreciate your business. Trade at Home, It Pays! 1 T wi^alliilll S>ii\JU av i»»v*»**«^, •.•*•*»««..» ——...» . . . hammered out the world's first steel I When you buy John Dccre imple- plows. From that, small beginning WRS | ments you are sure of prompt repn r born one of the most important in- servio? through their long We. Your dustrles of civilization. John Deere plows, cultivators, harrows, corn planters with the fertilizer attachment. John Deere dealer. Lester F. Weisbrod. at Fenton, Iowa, is always ready to serve you. Trade at Home. It Pays. The Bailey & Co. general store is recognized as shopping headquarters for a large number of people in the Fenton community as their unusually large and well assorted stocks are attractive to buyers for many miles around. They were the originators of low prices on high quality merchandise In E^enton and have made Fenton a better trading center. This Is an Independent store and It offers many advantages not to be found In chain stores. They extend the best service. This store is equipped with efficient cefrtgeratlon for the proper preservation of perishable food, and strict sanitation Is observ*- ed in all departments. They refuse to sell any food product that could not be served on his own table. Mr. Bailey Is interested in Fenton and the citizens prosperity and will cooperate In any w»V for the betterment of the community. Surely he deserves your continued patronage. He believes that business goes where It is Invited, and stays where it is well treated, and this is the reason for his continued Increase of business. We are glad to record the part The Bailey & Co. store has had in the commercial development of Kjossuth county and predict continued prosperity for this popular store. It Pajs to Trade at Home. Phone 17 FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. Swea City Phone 28 R. C. GOETSCH MOTOR CO. Fenton Chevrolet aad Pontlac Sales and Service. Majoftic and Grunow Radios and Supplies. United Stales and Gates Tires and Service. We Speclalhe in Electrical Work. See Us for Prompt Service shop force at this establishment is prepared to furnish any of the lines What a satisfaction it is to know that your car is in good hands, and that when it is delivered it will do all that the auto mechanic claims for It. It Is Just this guarantee of good workmanship that has been responsible for the name enjoyed by one of the busiest automobile repair and service shops, namely R. C. Goetsh Co., of Fenton, Iowa. This progressive firm does all kinds of automobile repairs and overhauling work. A big feature of their service is the twenty-four hour wrecker service. Every car at some time must undergo repairs. It Is at this time that the auto mechanic establishes his reputation for service of merit. The Phone 17F5 G. J. SANKEY GEN. STORE Galbraith Dry Goods, Groceries, Frnlti, Men's Work Clotties «nd Cured Meat* The Sankey General Store Is well known to the people of the surrounding territory of Galbraith and due to Mr. Sankey's square dealings with his fellow men has enabled him to enjoy a nice business In the time he has been located at. this well located point where farm industry thrives. He pays Algona. prices for produce at all times. Try this well known shopping center and save yourself money. . Trade at Home, It Pays! Phone 35 from general automobile repair work to general overhalllng to specialized lines of work. Service Is not an idle boast. It is the result of years of good workmanship done by men of recognized skill. Experienced automobile mechanics are employed at this garage and assure the best in riding comfort and ease of control. It Is a favorite stopping place for autoists desiring Immediate car attention. In addition to Its large list of patrons who know that this service at the Goetsch Motor Co. stands for the best obtainable. Trade at Home, It Always Pays! Chaa Kinney, Mgr. Top Prices Paid For Grata If There to Better Grain Market* to be Found, The Farmers Elevator Company Will Find Them Co-operation is the greatest word In th« dictionary. It Is the power that builds cities, states and nations. No enterprise can succeed without co-operation. Splendid oo-operatlon has built the Tanners Elevator at Swea City, and made It the successful enterprise that It is today. This elevator company has always enjoyed a splendid reputation, and IB In the market for unlimited quantities of grain. The Farmers Elevator Co. has the equipment and facilities to handki your grain. Phone them at any time for quotations and the dally market reports. This elevator Is founded upon clean-cut business methods, and they have made a splendid growth under the able management of Mr. Klnney, who is a man of many years experience. A good elevator operated along the lines followed by this firm is a great asset to any community, and Swea City may well be proud of this splendid institution, which brings a large number of people to Swea City, to trade, on account of the opportunities offered by this first-class institution. Trade at Home, It Pays! DR. J. T. WAITE, VETERINARY Fenton Phone Z-10 Office; Phone 3-10 Residence Physician and Surgeon I Have 1100 Stock Pip>, 700 For Sale In 20 Day* Gnaran«*ed Pigs, AK Vaccinated. Six Months to Pay. D. F. Slaughter, Mpr. Many farmers hauling grain to Burt, when asked why they select this market instead of numerous larger towns reply: "Because it pays, and we can depend on a square deal at all times," "and that it is necessary for the farmers to stick together." This Is the right spirit and Kossuth county points with pride to the record of this elevator company. They 1 maintain an up-to-date establishment for the accommodation of the public and have an enviable reputation for fair prices. The elevator has a large capacity, with the result that they are In the market at all times for grain in any quantity. It is reliable In every way and the fact that It is tested many FARMERS EXCHANGE CO. Burt We Pay Top Prices for Grain times a year is evidence of its reliability. The fact that they pay the highest market prices for grain at all times and honest weight and fair and square dealings having always been their policies, has resulted in an increased business each year. They have also resulted in an Increas? In the number of farmers selling to them. An institution of this nature operated under the policies that are followed by this concern, is of value to any community and that the liberal policies of this elevator are appreciated by the people of this community Is evidenced by the fact that it attract* trade from the country for many miles around. Trade at Home, It Pays! Agriculture Is the most Important industry of this community and livestock raising Is the most important branch of agriculture and also the most profitable one that the successful farmer is giving the most attention to, as it has always been found, year after wear, that the livestock pro- di-cftr shows better results than his brnthi-r who stick-! TO grain farming alone. Years ago veterinary services were Phone 153-R-2 Live Stock Dealer CARL H. ARNOLD Swea City considered an expensive service but the up-to-date stock man has learned from past experience that comp^ten.. veterinary services are absolutely necessary to insure the best results and that a few dollars spent in this manner often saves the farmer thousands of dollars in livestock losses. We are pleased to compliment Dr. J. T. Waite upon the success he has attained and refer nim to the readers of this review. Patronize your home veterinary. Phone 49 BURT CREAMERY CO. L. E. Roetman, Manager Eat More Iowa State Butter Made by Burt Creamery Co. Burt Top Prices Paid for Llvertock Carl Bnyi and Seifc Livestock. A* Him About Feeder Pin and Stock Cattle the best prices paid by Mr. Arnold are den. Ledyard Folks at Campbell nit*» The many friends of Mrs. C. E. Campbell were saddened last week to learn of her death. The Campbells were residents here for many years having run a restaurant here for 10 yeara and then living here for 8 years following going out of business. Mrs. Campbell was a member of^the M. E. church Iwre and also of thJ Ladles Aid and leaves a large number or friends who mourn her passing. Those from here who attended the funeral at Algona were: Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Bngelby. Mrs. P. C. Jorgenson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welfare, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter. Mrs. N. A. Plngle, Mrs. J. OTCeefe, Mrs. B. Jenks, Mrs. H. Mayne. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mr, and Mrs. Asa Warner. Mrs. Albert Barnes. Henry Dyer, D. B. Mayer, Everett Hartshorn and V. A. Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. John Drew left last Tuesday to visit the state fair. Mrs. Asa Warner visited relatives in Fenton Wednesday and Thursday. Joe Troff and Herman Dontje were business callers In Algona Monday. Mrs George Thompson visited with friends in Elmore Thursday afternoon. Naomi Hewitt of Swea Cityvisit- «d at the D. B. Mayer home Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Wiese of par- roll, visited Sunday at the Albert. Brandt home. Mrs Richard Zielske and Margaret, Mrs Art Zteske visited with friend* In Mason City Friday. Mary Lynch b«gan her full term of .chool west of Swea City at District No. 7, Monday morning. George Hagge and Alice and Geo. Moulton were business callers in Walnut Grove, Minn., Friday. Leon Worden was elected lay dele- gatfto the M. E. conference to be held in Algona in October. Mrs M. Flynn of Buffalo Center has been voting the past week at the Wm. Flynn and Roy Gordon homes. Mrs Nemmers of Bancroft has been visiting the past we«k at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Asa Warner. . Boy Link drove to Reinbeck Sunday alterMrs. Link and children who bid visited relatives there for the past Here ia a successful man of this section who is enjoying a thriving business, covering a large territory. His prices are always the best that can be obtained in any market and when you sell to him you can always depend upon getting honest weight and fair and square dealing as ne is one of the most favorably known with the farmers of tills territory. Agriculture ia the most important industry of Iowa, and livestock raising the most profitable. It may be truthfully said that too, advantageous local market conditions added to responsible for the renewed interest on the farms of this vicinity of the raising of livestock. Mr. Arnold fias Had years of experience in the livestock business, and dealings with him are courteous and accommodating, with the one idea in mind of giving all his farmer friends and customers a satisfactory service. We are pleased to give him commendable mention In this review and can assure our readers that they will In each and every case get a square deal. It Pays to Trade at Home. Phone 45 Sam Rystad's General Store Swea City Dry Goods, Ladies' Dresses, Notions, Shoe*, Etc. Phone 2-100 W. E. Stober, Prop. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton What a pleasure it is to recommend a store that enjoys the fine reputation that the Rystad Department store enjoys among Is customers. Mr. Rystad is a pioneer in the mercantile business—honesty and integrity above reproach—that Is the basic foundation that this monument to good business Is bullded upon. The town of Swea City is Justly proud to be able to number among Its successful business places the Rystad Deparament Store. Their policy has always been "quality goods at low prices." Here is your local market with the interest of your home and country at heart. Fair and straight forward in his business dealings, It Is not strange You Buy Better Because We Buy Better Few if any dealers In thsi community have attained the prominence equal to that of this popular firm. Whether the need be a kitchen range or a pound of nails, they are wanted at once and this produces a demand on the hardware man. He must have a complete stock and be able in every way to keep pace with the demands of his customers. A prompt service to all who come, whether they want a tack hammer or a stove, has been one of the business policies of this progressive hardware store. Only the best nationally known brands are carried and back of every article on the shelves of this store are the assurnace of satisfaction. Trade at the atoeber Hardware, It Pays You! Phone 89 Forest City Produce Co. Swsa City Jeff Hanlfan, M*r. We Buy Direct from the Farmer and Pay Top Prices. Swea City and surrounding community should be overly grateful to have o firm in their midst such as the Forest City Produce Co. Tons of produce are shipped yearly to eastern markets by this reliable produce company. The Forest City Produce Co. pays Top Prices and buy direct from the fann- er. Trade at Home, It Pays. day Phone 124 FRED LOOFT'S OIL STATION Swea City Fred Features Diamond D. X. Gas and Diamond 760 Motor Oil that he has reached such a success. To be able and make certain of getting the best dry goods and other allied products, la a boost for any community. Many people advise us that they secure better prices at Mr. Rystad's than are offered in the larger towns. This well known shopping center is strictly home owned and has no connection with any other organization. Mr. Rystad has played such an important part in the development of this community that a review of the prominent business places would not be complete without proper mention of this reliable concern, and we are pleased to number him among our successful business men in this review of our leading business establishments. Trude with Your Home Merchant, it Pays You. This Institution was organized for the purpose of giving the people the very best dairy products possible and has succeeded admirably and there Is no question but that their popular products are superior to the average and equal to any obtainable on the market today. A most commendable Institu- ,lon under wise and prominent, management and pays the top market to th* farmers at all times. This Institution probably typifies better than any other the material progress of the community and the fact that this section of the state Is organized along twentieth century lines as regards the continued developments of commerce and agriculture. Popularity with both the producer and customer is evidenced by the large number of farmers selling to them and he fame their brand of product* haa obtained. By reason of the fact that they handle a volume of business equal to the total formally handled by many smaller concerns, they are not only able to pay the farmer a higher price for his cream but by the same token can manufacture and sell their products for less. At the offices of thla company the producer encounters the most courteous treatment. We wish to give the Burt Creamery Co. and their manager, L. E. Roetman, the prominent place which their modern institution merits as being among the foremost concerns in the field in this part of the country in this line of endeavor. Trade at Home, It Fays I Phone 78 PETERSON GARAGE Swea City Dodge and Plymouth Sales and Service Goodrich Tires, WUIard Batteries, Kendall's 2,000 Mile Ols and Greases Just what every motorist likes to find is a place like the Peterson Garage, where you can find that so much desired quick and satisfactory service. This is a fast age. The automobile manufacturers are building faster cars every year. TUe automobile driving public demands it. Ask yourself what can stop all this speed quicker than a dead battery, electrical trouble or a Uowout? What is more gratifying than to know where you can get prompt efficient service? You will find it at the Peterson Garage. Mr. Peterson knows that the delays caused from flat tires, ignition ant! electrical trouble almost always occur unexpectedly and when you are in a hurry. For that reason he has specialized in This is fast becoming known as one of the best service stations in Kcs- suth county and has built up an enviable reputation for handling high quality oils, greases and gasoline that have always given satisfaction. If you wish to reduce your motor troubles to a minimum, depend on the Fred Looft Service Station of Bwea City, Iowa. The experience in lubrication enables them to select the best grade of oils to suit your individual motor needs. If you are having motor trouble, consult their oil specialists. It will cost you nothing and save you many dollars. Trade at Home, It Pays. this work as well as other lines of . Pays! auotmobil-e, tractor and truck repair work. The Peterson Garage is one o! the most popular places In this section and Mr. Peterson has gained an enviable reputation for handling high quality oils, and greases. He maintains a modern and complete service station for the convenience of his many friends and customers. He fetaures products recognized the world over for their high quality and lubricating values. He is a leader in his line and the products told by him always satisfy, as is evidenced by the increasing number of customers who are turning to him for service. They will appreciate u Justly reserved share o fyour patronage anci will more than please you with thc-lr business policies. Trade at Home, It Phone 20 BAUMAN MEAT MARKET Burt Mike Baumari, prop. . Mike's Meats Always Satisfy The Most Particular Customer. This concern has the interest of the Burt community at heart and endeavors to do a large volume at a small' profit. Certain business houses are success* ful In a community because they constantly and faithfully supply the constant needs of .the public. This well known firm certainly comes under that clarification. They know 1 thht Mr. Bautnan handles meats that are quickly available at any moment. He felt that success in this line would go to the firm that was able to supply the wants of the people at times of need. In studying the needs of these folk, Mr. Bauman learned many things. Important among them Is that as com- plete a stock as possible must be kept on hand at all times and each customer must be given the same attention. These features have become a part of Mr. Bauman's business policy to please the public at all coats. Such service is bound to reap dividends. The fixtures and furniture are such that *hcy aid in expedlous handling of nil stock and make it a very convenient store from which to buy. In tills review we are pleiised to refer this ctore to all He and his employers are never too busy to pass thef time of day with you or say "hello' to n friend who may be a visitor. These elmenta in their disposition could not but help to make this concern popular. Trade at Home, It Pays! Phone 41 MARTINSON CAFE Burt V. J. Martinson, Prop. Good Home Cooking at Martinson's Oafe Under New Management. Grain Belt Beer on Tap at Propnt Temperature Phone 6 G. W. NEWEL INSURANCE AGCY. Fenton week. "MI- and Mrs Milo Halverson and Cach for Poultry and Kff» Insurance of all kinds. Agency for Mutual Fire and Tornado Insurance. All kinds of Life Insurance, Automobile Insurance. Be protected ftt all times by a responsible Insurance agen- Top Price* Paid cy. Also Government Farm Loans. Call before your insurance runs out and have your family and property protected at all times. It will always Pay You. Phone 13 E. L. HANSEN, The Grocer Bwea City Fancy and Staple Groceries and Quality Meat* When it is good things to *at you are looilng for Hansen's Grocery and Meat Market has It. The people In Swea City and surrounding territory highly recommend Hansen's store as a dependable place to trade. Trade Home, It Pays! VIS and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and go Minn. . J Jensen of Buffalo Center ac- work done. rs oe Maync. dially invited. All cor- and Thursday at th e Victor Leland home in Swea City. Cleo Gable returned home Sunday after having spent several months at the home of her aunt, Mrs. George Heetland in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orval and Mr. and Mrs, Leon Worden spent Sunday at the Ed Campbe!! home near Seneca. L. W. Wiemer's slater, Mrs. Gt>o. pfeil of Radclifle and htr daughter of EstliervUle called at, the L. W. Wlemer home Saturday evening. James Logan ix-turued home last Tuesc'.uy evening after a two week*' visit at the home of his u' cle Reuben Nuenfeldt in Minneapolis. Mrs RolK-rt, Joluuon and sou left early last week for their home in New- Phone 4 H. H. WIDDEL'S SERVICE GARAGE Fenton Goodrich Tires, Tubes, Gwioline, Grease and Oils See me when your car needs atttn- | Uiey solicit your business in this line and guarantee satisfaction. Drive your car into the Widdell Service Garage of Penton, and lei them make a rtguJar inspection at frequent intervals and you will receive the best of service and save money at the same Coffee Is one item that adds much to the enjoyment of your meal or lunch. This cafe specializes in excellent coffee as they have found from experience that a good cup of coffee will bring more repeat business than any other food item. Peopk- used to say, "Meet me at the town pump," but 'in Burt they have learned to say "Meet me at. Martinton's Cafe." Tlie town pump has had ts day and refreshed the weary ptdes- rian, but at Martinson's Cafe you are served a wonderful line of refresh- to suit the various tasU-s and desires. tion. Years of experience insures you efficient service. All my work guaranteed. The Widdell Service Garage, is an outstanding firm of Penton, in fact this is a garage that service built. The proprietors are not satisfied unless you . The Widdell Service specializes in rendering first class auto repair service. By making a specialty of iJils work they have been able to excel in this line. Day or nighl they ere In Fenton to terve you. Don't fail to pay them a visit when in Penlon. In time. Have them change your oil every thousand miles and grease your car. Oil IE much cheaper than repairs. This garage will also give you prompt service on your battery work. We heartily recommend this garage us u superior service garag* in charge addition to auto repair work they have of competent mechanics who know a connection to handle lathe work and I their oil. Trade at Home, It Pays! ton after a two weeks' visit at the parental Blanche Jenks home. Howard Kliuksiek and Jean Estl-underwent tonsil operations at the office of Pr. Devine last Monday. Dr Wallace of Algona assisted. Rev. August Wlnkleman and two i sons and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jensen of Buffalo Center visited at the Glenn Yahnke home last Tuesday. David Lynch, Hans Kockler and a Mr. Gorman of Ringsted left Saturday muruinx for Portland. Oregon, to visit an aunt. Mrs. John Rippel. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rliuk-. ol Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oldenburg and daughters of Eimore and Mr and Mr*. Raymond Wilcox j( Fort Dodge were Sunday guests at, the. Kichard Zielske home. Phone 167 JAS. CHRISTENSEN'S GARAGE Burt The Repair Shop of Good Service. All Worn Guaranteed ft£i*. Ohriwt4fim*n l^€4ituxx?tf We Ito All Kindb of Acetylene Welding The people of Burt, Iowa, and surrounding community should be justly proud of the Cliristensen Garage and repair shop. The Repair Shop That Service Built. The mechanics- in this place are experienced mechanics. All Special lunches every day that simply cannot be excelled at the prices— lor real t-trvlce and good food try Martinson's Cafe mid you will soon become a regular customer. It is a clean, sanitary place, regularly inspected by the pure fooj department and receives a high mark in sanitation. All employees are courteous and obliging and their food, drink; and service is of tlie very best. They feature dally spc'j'-i In various lints. Their fayrvice v :U bring u "smile." We strongly rec. nriiend Martinson's Cafe to any one ri need of n "hungtr cure." Trade at He ue, It Paysl Phone 15 BURT SAVINGS BANK F. E. Kubey, Executive Vice President Safe, Courteous, Cuifeervative Banking Burt J. T. Heaney The Burt Savings Bank of Burt, Iowa, is a progressive institution und on* of the strongest in the county. They have to offer you a cc.mpltte banking iervice conducted upon conservative methods and sound und safe bunking policies. The Burt Savings Bank under tli management of a strung directorate, lias sUadily forged ahead, each yiar showing a substantial increase in re- fcources &nd mounting conlid-nru in the minds of (lie people of Ko^uth County. This bank is always ready und willing to accommodate its. cu^tomcro with loans when the money !;> leaned for a timute home enterpi i ' loans and invt-stuuiit that they are w»rlli i 1 -' dollar. In other v»o:\:., !' in liquid form, r MiWy : cu.-h. in ti:nes 01 -s'.rv ., t '1 lie Hurt Savings Ii;:.,;- suK to deposit Ir:.. are contemplHtint; .si! home yi u w(.i:ld do und ia!k the m.i'.Ui' i, ofiiceii ol ih 1.1 '': in 1 ; b,r: hud years ol id keep the bucli form nls on the r assets are .verted into . emergency. jf Burt is a . and if you ; a banking to drop in r with the They have xrience and mechanical work don? at this we known garage is guaranteed; that is why Mr. Chrtsiensen has gained pop ularity among friends near and far, due to his square dealings. Call again and Patronize your Home Merchants. good purpose and if the loans are con- , tunity to give favorable sisU-ut, with good banking practice. II Hurt Savings Bunk < iurt, Is thtir aim to aid and foster all legi their advice will cu.,t _\uii nothing and you. .ith pride to ition and hi f the oupor- niicn of the Iowa. mav mean u great detit t Ku. iUth C.'!.-un:.i v- n: till:, .ilroil^ financial i;..-, tin* ii VK-W we 'Trade at Heine, It P.: .-.! Phone 157 PAINE & QUINN, Stock Buyers These Weil Kjuowu Stock Buyers fay Tup Prices liriug Lu Your Live Stuck oi AU Kiud*, We Buy 'Eui Burt These two men are well versed with the knowledge of being abk- to proper- Iv judge livestock for their own benefit and tile benefit of the mail who has the stock lor tale. Burt and Kossuth County stuck raiders' should be doubly proud to have cumpelenl stock buyers such as Paine and Quinn 111 their midst.. Sell your stock to yoW home stock buyer it pays'. Phone 139 BOETTCHER BROS, Steel: Evyc. W. and L. BoetUlur, Ploys. Bring 'tun «" Bays—We Pay Top Market '-'*'... . Burl u, quite fortunate to have MKII in their midst by the- nainco abo\e mentioned 'vho are qualified in their long experience ol judging and bu>iUH hveiUx-k. li'ing in your hog^ iheeu, CuVk'a, ftidel'i arid fat steel.-.. i'uU WLI aU-uii be .^-ured of receiving Ui--- to;> Burt market puce T , : • >i Kosauth ..•ounty in til- ' i. '..', •-,. :' irt should be oMily i'ii. i. i ' ' "• livestock, bii.M r., !i ; C" i ' . • . • "en axe. I-iiuI e Vd'» .1 j. ; •• . . .:t to get '•ii- 1 :. ; Alices on uJl livestock. They fcel the prices every moruuig by radio. Trad, at Home, 1C Pays. OUR WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS

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