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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 25, 1934 MRS. D. H. BROWN, LEDYARD, PASSES Lived 40 Years in Ledyard; Husband, 3 Daughters Survive Ledvard: Anolh-sr well loved and respected member of this community passed away Friday, when Mrs. D. H. Brown, who has lived is Ledyard for the past 40 years, died. Florence Bsem was born May 5, 1869, at Beach Corners, Ohio, and died at Buffalo Center, Iowa, Oct. 19, 1934 at the age of 65 years, 5 months and 14 days. At the age of 5 years she came with her parents to Iowa and with the exception of four years In Kansas and 4 years in Nebraska she lived in Iowa ever since, the past 40 years living at Ledyard. She WHS united In marriage on Dec. 1, 1887 to D. H. Brown at Eldora, Iowa. Five children were born to this union. One parsed away in early infancy and another Lola, at the age of four years. This daughter was the 1 first person laid to rest in the Ledyard cemetery. She is survived by her husband, D. H. Brown and three daughters, Mrs. j. H. Welfare, Mrs. Chris Oelhaus of Ledyard and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Ouckeen, Minn., also three granddaughters, Doris Welfare and Marvella and Doretta Johnson. She also leaves one brother, A, H. Beem of Whitney, Nebraska and one half-brother, B. F. Beem and one half sister, Mrs. S. Z. Thomas of Montana. Although she did very little complaining Mrs. Brown suffered very poor health for a number of years and on Wednesday of last week went Pheasant Hunter Nabbed by Pierce Joe Metz was arrested near LuVerne, Sunday, by E. V. Pierce, Kossuth game warden, and charged with possession of a dead female pheasant. He was fined $10 and costs on a charge of posession, and another $10 and costs on a charge of carrying a loaded shotgun in his car. The latter charge will be suspended, on payment of the other fine and costs, Justice P. A. Danson, said. Warden Pierce ran across Metz as he was preparing to shoot at a cock pheasant from the window of his car. He then found the pheasant that -had been already bagged. A 12-gauge shotgun owned by Metz was confiscated. The defendant was from Lacona, Iowa, and had been working in this section. FUNERALSATURDAY FOR MRS. LARSON Mother of Theodore Larson Passed Away in 75th Year Funeral sen-ices were held Saturday afternoon at the First Lutheran church for Mrs. Anders Larson, mother of Theodore Larson, with Rev. M. A. Sjostrand officatng. Mrs. Larson had made her home for the past two years with her son. Theodore, and had sutler ed for some time with cancer, having undergone two operations. Mrs. Emma Swenson Larson was born July 29, 1859, in St. Harrie. Maimo Lan, Sweden, a suburb of Stockholm. She died October 18, 1934, hav- FATHER OF LOCAL WOMEN WAS LAID TO REST MONDAY to Buffalo Center to seek relief. The ing attained the age of 75 years, __ii_« _i .._*_* ___._ i« _ _..^j n n ' mnnf.h« onrl 9fl riavo fifon urae H relief she sought came in a sudden, unexpected and tragic way for on Friday she underwent an operation at 9 a. m. from which she never regained consciousness and passed out of this life of sorrows and pains Into the great beyond. Mrs. Brown was well known as a kind and patient mother and was much loved and respected by friends and neighbors. her many Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church •with Rev. Hotchkiss hi charge. She •was laid to rest beside her daughter In Highland Home Oeme-tery. Pall bearers were Neal Lynch, Dan Lynch, Everett Hartshorn, Oliver Marquis, N. A. Pingle and H. M. Dyer. LATE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—Cabbage, carrots, beets, rutabagas, 1 block north of swimming pool. Phone 361.—Thomab Schultz. We deliver. 43* AMBULANCE AMBTJLANCE-MODERNLY equipped for any emergency. Phone 11, Merrill's Service. 40-tf Notice of Probate of Will In District Court, No. 3887, September Term, 1934. State of Iowa, Kos- eutb. County, ss. Tb All Whom It, May Concern: You are hereby notified that an instrument cf writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of V. J. Schichtl, deceased, dated April 13, 1931, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 19th day of November, 1934, Is fixed lor hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before Uw DUU«lct Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not he probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deoea&cd. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 24 1934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy months and 20 days. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran church of Sweden. November 18, 1882, she was united In marriage to Anders Larson in Sweden. Together with her husband, ,she came to America In 1890 and came directly to Algona, in which vicinity she has lived for 44 years. Nine children were born to the- couple and In 1905, the family moved to a farm west of town because Mr. Larson, who was a tiler, was failing in health. They returned to Algona in 1919 and lived in the house at 624 North Phillips street where they had always made their home since coming to America and Algona. Mrs. Larson was preceded in death by her husband who died twelve years ago on July 28, 1922, and also by Ellen (Mrs. Ben Swanson) and Wilfred, and two other children who died in infancy. She is survived by three sons and two daughters, Theodore of Algona: Carl of Mallard: Edwin of Ayrshire; Mrs. Ed Collinson of Clear Lake; and Mrs. H. L. Simpson of Whittemore. Nineteen grandchildren ako survive. Mrs. Larson was a charter member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Out of town relatives and friends present at the funeral services were Olaf and Axel Lindborg of Chicago, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oersttver and the latter's father, John Murdoch of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Larson was a woman ever interested In her family and was an exceedingly active woman for her age up until the ravages of her fatal disease «et in. She was active in church work and her death is mourned by her fellow members of the First Lutheran church and a host of relatives and friends. Nick Barabas, Father of Mrs. John Bieser, Mrs. W. J. Payne, Succumbs Mrs. John Bieser and husband, Mrs. W. J. Payne and husband of Algona, Mrs. F. K. Hobbs and husband of Minneapolis, Sister M. Angela of Ann Arbor, Michigan and Bernadette Barbaras of Harpers Ferry, all daughters of Nick Barbaras, accompanied the body of Mr. Barbaras to his old home in Harpers Ferry, following his death Saturday evening at the John Bieser home. Mr. Barbaras was born in Alsace-Loraine over eighty years ago. He came to this country as a young man and located In the river town of Harpers Perry where he made his home for sixty years. He- obtained employment with the Milwaukee railroad and had been with the same company over 55 years. He and his wife, who preceded him in death a few months more than a year ago, had celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. The funeral mass was sung by Rev. Father M. Nolan of St. Benedict's church of Decorah, who was Mr. Barbaras' pastor at Harpers Ferry for many years, and who recently postponed a trip east so that he could come. Instead, to Algona to visit for a few hours with his old parishioner. The sermon was preached by Father John J. Costello of St. Ann's church In Harpers Ferry. Interment was made by the side of his wife in the family plot at Paint Rock cemetery located on a bluff above the Mississippi river. Both parents had been tenderly cared for at their Harpers Ferry home during their fatal illnesses by their daughter. Bernadette, who gave up her employment at the local bank to manage the home for them. Recently, the need for better medical attention caused the family to bring Mr. Barbaras to Algona where several of the daughters have assisted at his bedside 'for the past seven weeks. A son, Nicholas, Jr., came for a short visit and returned to Cranford, New Jersey, a week before the funeral. The group, who accompanied Mr. Barbaras' body from here to Harpers Ferry, returned Monday evening. Miss Bernadette will make her home with her sister, Mrs. Bieser and Mrs. Payne for the present. Alice Payne, granddaughter, also made the trip. FORMER CRESCO FARM HAND IS ROBBER VICTIM "Cleopatra," Screen Spectacle De Luxe, Coming Here Next Wed., Thurs., Fri. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low .57 Oct. 17 Oct. 18 54 Oct. 19, .70 inches of rain ..51 Oct. 20, .70 Inches of rain —67 Oct. 21 72 50 Oct. 22 73 Oct. 23, .10 inches of rain 74 41 40 45 46 41 49 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white ................... $-72 Oats 2 yellow . ................... 67 2 mixed .47 Hogs-Sows Medium weight. 200-300 $4.90 Heavy butchers 4-80 Packing Sows, 300-350 4.40 Packing Sows, 350-400 4.30 Packing Sows, 400-450 4.00-4.20 Light weight, 140 3.00 Leight weight, 160 3.75 Leight weight, 180 4.25-4.40 Cuttle Pat cows $2.00-2.25 Calves 3.00-4.00 Yearlings 4.00-5.00 Fat steers 5.00-6.00 Stock steers 250-350 Bulls > 1.50-2.25 Canners and cutters 1.00-1.75 .10c . 7c nephews of the deceased Theodore Larson's parents, J. L. Bonar, attorney. 43-44-4 Trinity Lutheran Church Ilev. P. J. Braner, pastor The following services will b" held Sunday: English service at 9 a. m. Sunday School and Bible cla.-is at 10 a m. German service at 10:30 a. m. Sunday School teachers' meeting on Friday evening. Young people's meeting next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the church. The Ladies.' Aid meets next week on Thursday with Mrs. Fred WtHrett. Charles Potter, Jr., Two Friends, Lose $66 in Mpls. Holdup Poultry Hens, over 4V4 Ibs. . . Hens, under 4V4 Ibs. Ducks (young) 4% Ibs. up ........ 8c Ducks (young) 4% under .......... 6c Ducks (white) 4% ................ 8c Ducks (colored 4% ............... 7c Turkeys (young. No. 1 ............ 15c Turkeys (old) No. 1 .............. 10c Turkeys (young) .................. 10c Turkeys (old) ..................... 8 <= Geese ............................ 4-5c Springs, 4 to S Ibs. ................ 10c Springs, 5 Ibs up .................. 12c Leghorns ......................... "C Damnause Democratic Candid Cresco: Charles Potter, Jr., who :fc here three weeks ago after work- ng on farms here this season to re- ume his duties at a beet factory at Sidney. Montana, with his brother Roand and father, Daniel Potter of Bot- eneau, North Dakota. Charles visited <in aunt In Minneapolis cnroute home and in company with two other young men, the trio were held up and relieved f rr.ore than $66. Back from Trip Messrs, and Mesdames Will and Robert Runchey and Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona reached home late Wednesday night of last week after a visit with the latter's sen, Ellis and family now of Necsho, Missouri. They callec on Mrs. Adelaide Cooper Wilson of Sulphur Springs, Arkansas, a form-tr school teacher here and sister of Mrs B. F. Sparks and trie late Mrs. G. W Brown, and also visited the Ozarks anc the lead and zinc mines in Kansas and Oklahoma. Mo. 1 Mo. 2 „ 22o 15c Cream ............................ 26c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Martin Krapp and Margaret Boyer, Bancroft, Oct. 17. Leo Mergen, Bancroft, and Dorothy Baylor, Algona, Oct. 18. Ole Hauskin, Scarvllle, and Enger Freltag, Lake Mills. Oct. 19. Joseph Berte and Isabelle Kellner, Bode, Oct. 23. NEW CARS LICENSED Mrs. Margaret Schumacher, Whittemore, Chevrolet coach; Mrs. Jacob Winkel, Chevrolet coach; W. A. Murray, Bancroft, Ford tudor; Hugo Worthington. Lone Rock, Chevrolet coach; McCormlck-Deering Store, Algona, International truck; Henry Ricke, Wesley Chevrolet sedan; Theo. Harr, Algona, Ford sedan; Mary Pasbender, St. Benedict, Chevrolet coach; R. O. Bjustrom, Algona, Ford tudor; E. R. Schki. Fen- toff. Chevrolet truck; A. J. Berens, Bancroft, Ford victoria; Howard Furman, Kamrar, Ford tudor; Myrtle Mullen, Wesley, Chevrolet coach; A. E. Michel, Algona, Ford tudor. Kossuth Hospital Wedn-tsday, Mrs. M. T. McGuire, now of St. Joe, entered the hospital for medical treatment. Thursday, Mrs. Harold Sorerwen of Algona underwent a minor operation. Friday, a baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vlnson. The baby died Sunday. Mrts. Vinson Is getting along flne. Sunday, Mrs. Clarence Kramer gave birth to a baby boy, which weighed eight pounds. Monday, Dr. H. R. Gibson of Algeria entered for medical treatment. Monday, Abe Carter of Algona entered the hospital for medical treatment. Wednesday, Woodrow Johnson of Irvington entered the hospital to undergo an operation for appendicitis. Gfeneral Hospital • Martin Mortensotr of Penton entered the hospital'for removal of hla tonsils. BURNS FATAL TO SWEKCTY LADY Mrs. Ed C. Peterson Suffers Relapse After Making Nice Recovery Swea City: The entire community was saddened Friday, when word was received of th-? death of Mrs. Ed C. Peterson, who died at her home one mile north of Swea City of pneumonia It will be remembered by many that Mrs. Peterson was seriously burned or June 1, when a brooder stove exploded in the chicken house. She was uslnf gasoline to generate the stove and the explosion resulted In severe burns to her arm and body. She had been making a normal gain on the road to recovery, and was up and around the house part time, when a week ago pneumonia developed and In her weakened condition she was unable to continue her brave fight for life. She has been a patient sufferer and was under the care of Eunice Newton, B N., the entire summer. She was a life long member of the M. E. church and also prominent in the Royal Neighbor lodge, Eastern Star and an active member of the Thursday club A devoted wife and mother, she will, be sadly missed In her home and tom- munity. She was born in Hampton, and came to Swea City 20 years ago. She Is survived by her husband, and four children: Vivian of Winnebago, Minn., Leonard, Marine and Lucille of Swea City; one brother, D. W. Fults of Swea City, and one sister, Mrs. N. E. Stone of Cedar Falls and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the M. E. church with Rev. O. R. McDowell in charge assisted by Rev. Raymond Swanson. Many relatives from out of town were present. The funeral was one of the largest held here when friends and neighbors came to pay their tribute to a prominent woman of the community. Reception for Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fahy of Timber Lake, South Dakota .were honor guests at a reception at the Fred Peterson home recently. The Fahys were married at Los Angeles, California, Oct. 11 and spent their honeymoon at the world's fair. Mrs. Fahy Is a daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Erickson of Swea City. Relatives attending the reception were: Mr. and Mrs. Lars Erckson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berggren. Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Larson, Mr. and Mrs. John Jongbcrg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson. Many beautiful gifts were received by Mr. and Mrs. Fahy. Supt. A. Schueler and John Sanftner attended the Iowa State and Iowa University football game at Ames Saturday. Mrs. W. E. Carlson and Mrs. P. J. Heiken spent the week <nd with the former's daughter, Jane at Ortnnell College. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Latson and Mr~ Robinson of Oraettlnger and Lawrence Kelly of South Dakota visited Sunday at the P. W. Larson home. Manager Vic Leland of the Iowa Theatre will have bank night every Thursday night beginning Nov. 1. The- sum of $10.00 will be given. Baptist Church Arthur S. Hneser, pastor We certainly appreciate the harmonious spirit that Is being manifested at all the services. Last Sunday's services were most encouraging to the pastor. The Brotherhood meeting held Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Uroh was also the liveliest we have ever witnessed. Come out and enjoy this flne^feUowshlp with us. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Evening praise service at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 p. m. Bible study and prayer on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. L. H. Mayne Is HI Emmetsburg Democrat: L. H. Mayne, a former Emmetsburg postmaster and former editor of the Palo Alto Reporter, is very 111 at his home in this city, the rdsult of a severe attack ol intestinal flu. He has not been able to be up and around for a couple of weeks. His many friends hope to hear good news concerning his condition. A pie social will be held at tho community hall In Swea township on Friday night, Oct. 28. Methodist Church 3. H. Edge, D. D.. Pastor The Woman's Home Missionary society will hold their annual dues pay- Ing luncheon in the church parlors at one o'clock Thursday, October 26th. Sunday services: dhurch school at 9:45 a. m. Homer A. TutUe, superintendent. 10:48 a. m. worship service^ with sermon by the pastor. Epworth League devotional meetng at 6:30 p. m. A good attendance and flne interest made last Sunday evening's meeting much worth while. Some excellent programs are arranged for coming meetings. 7:30 p. m, evening worship and sermon by the pastor. For County Sheriff Elect Gilbert Hargreaves Tour Support wfll be Appreciated. Wanted Vote For ^ I E. J. Butler For County Auditor Service is Our First Thought Smiling when a kick comes in Shouting trouble uiih a grin Letting folks uilii whom \ve deal In our ilaih service !'i »•! That our .-nulo ainl ;jrin.- arc real Fred Carter was taken to Kossuth hospital Monday sufT-.riiiK from an In lection. Mrs. Frank Stontr was brought hoir.' last w«trk alter treatment at Iowa City Her let; is in a cast. Mrs. Eel Wildln and son, Chester, ver-.- t'U f -.->ts Sunday at the John Ulfers lome iv rth of Fenton. Klbert Wepel of Webster City was a ibiior Sunday a 1 , the P. M. Erickson iom-.' and is husking corn at the L. E. Martin farm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Putter enjoy- d a visit last week Wedrie.sday until iunday Irom Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perry of Des Monies. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller spent the week end at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gros-.n- oach at Grlnnell. Mesdamea A. E. Clayton, E. C. Potter and Will Runchey were hosu-ists to 'JO ladies at a lunctieon Friday afternoon at the Clayton home. Mrs. R. E. Morgan and daughters. Margaret and Vivian were guests on Sunday at a miscellaneous sliowtr at the academy in honor of ML.S Dorothy Baylor. Mrs. Philip Hoethler and daughters, LUi-Uu and Lucille arid Mrs. M. L. Dut- 1011 and daughter. Donna Jean attended the shower for Dorothy Baylor on Sunday at the academy in AJgomi. Tile Wiidin families enjoyed a visi- lasl week Irom LewLi Wiidin, Sr.'s sister. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woodward of Clifton, Colo., a:id the latter's daughter, Mrs. Arthur Woodward and ion, Or-car ana wle of Grand Junction, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Potter atended a party Ttnuoday ^veiling at tile home of Mr^. Potter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinch Dornbler of the St. Benedict uud Corwith neighborhood. Mrs. Potters .stater iUid husband, Mr. and Mxs. John Carney and little son who came a year ago troin P^ilUtd-1- WANTED—Telephone tepair wurk. 10 years' experieno?. Rural lines a specialty. Guaranteed, reasonable.— My- 1011 Ludwig, 509 Phillips st. Phone 519. 43' For Sale FOR SALE—4 rams, Shropshire, Hampshire, Oxford. Priced right.- S. A. Gardner. Phone 2F2, Algona. 43* FOR SALE—On e Sandwich No. 5 :irn sheller. Good condition.—Elbert larage. FOR SALE—Car load of native ft-eding cattle. Weight between 750 and 800 pounds.—W. Hurt, Iowa. W. Botttcher 42-43 FOR SALE-Black Poland China male Dies. Cholera inunune.—Mrs Sam Reynolds, Ti'.onka. 44-41 ELECTRIC NEEDING EXTRA ELECTRIC switches in your home? We specialize n this type of work. Pratt Electric. 43 DAIRY OUR MILK UNDER GOES thorough sanitary care. Order Woodside Dairy nilk and be certain of purity. 43 INSURANCE LOOK ABOUT YOU and «e the benefits of life insurance everywhere. Is your family protected sufficiently? R a. Blossom, over Iowa State Bank. 43 POULTRY FEED WE'RE SELLING Red Top Egg Mash chick feed for $2.25 cwt. now, and it will mean better, healthier chicks for you. The Algona Flour and Feed Co 43 AUTO REPAIR DOES YOUR MOTOR EAT oil? Per haps a new set ot rings are needed Drive in for a test. Elbcrt's Garage. 43 BUICK, 5-passenger masUr coupe to be sold at cut price quick. Call at Upper Des Moines office, Algona, phone 230. Save that cream with a Veea sep- irator. Users biggest boosters. Medl- CONFECTIONERY WHEN YOU GET THAT vacant feeing about, the middle of the afternoon, drop in here for one of our malted Tillks. You'll like a, new person. The Algonquin. 43 0 % > here '0 phia accompanied lew Week.-/ Vliit. them home for a O O, ^.O.C 1 .C^.v.%\vAvAv. t Xvj>/.^O.O.CvvjXO.Ov.v.O.O.O.Ct£UftC(<«w.O.O D'Moines Firm Opens Used Car Mart Here Jaini- Logan oi lX:s Mollies has op- eix-d a u.-,ed cur -.xdiauxe in Ihe Nuu- Uuin LmilUiiiK lor tli- 1 PiiLJix Uo^-d Cur Kxchau^L- of IJcj MoiJav.*. He io inun- .i-'in^ ;!;•-: iiL- t v Loiicei'n which o(A.-Jie.(i &itui'U.i\ auJ iiLj sou, Jaiueij, Jr., is u.V:ls!iiiK him. im size, $17.50. ona, Iowa. Terms—BJustrom's, Al- 3-tJ Miscellaneous RUG WEAVING—Have your rug weaving done now. Prices are reason- ble.-Home Rug Shop, 510 South Phll- BEER PARLOR DROP IN FOR A LITTLE visit with your frknds and a itein of our beer. This is (he place. Wellendorf's, northeast corner fair grounds. 43 lips St. 40'-tf MONEY TO LOAN—I have a few thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a. reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. M. P. Haggard. 34-tf Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 367. 48rtf CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is happiness. Consult Dr. V. C. S;-anlan, Oh'-roproctoi:. Res. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. 38-tf RADIO COME IN AND LISTEN to a demonstration cf the- new Philco or Grunow radio. Better than you ever thought possible, at Bju.-.trom's. 43 BEAUTY SHOP A COMBINATION HAIRCUT unc linger wave takrs hardly any tim.- at ;•'! ;a tr<<- Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop If you haven't a lot of tinne f'"' "n »n- [ji.ini m-i.nl, you'll like this. Phone 604 43 SPECTACULAR FALL RADIO BARGAINS PHILCO --- GRUNOW The largest stock of radios in Kossuth county- all 1935 models Priced $20 to $600 Philco Battery Sets Adapted t<» hoiiir.s without electricity. The set that revolutionized the radio business . . . cheaper to operate than sonic electric sets BJUSTROM'S EASY TEEMS IF DESIRED REAL ESTATE YOUR GRANDFATHER BOUGHT land for $250 an acre. You can buy it for less than tnat! We have farms listed thai wouldn't pay for the til- /. ferioes, improvements, etc. See C. W. Nlaoulin, Algona Insurance Of- Uce. 43 HEALTHY TEETH A BABY TOOTH that is supposed to fall out at the age of six, must now be allowed to remain in the mouth until the age of ten. And a tooth supposed to fall out at ten, should not be i\ moved at six. Children's teeth need a regular check by a competent dentist. 43 PLUMBING DO YOU BATHE IN a galvanized tub? Our figures on mcdern plumbinc fixtures ure low. Laing & Muckev plumbing-heating. 43 PHOTOGRAPHER A PHOTOGRAPH ONCE a year! I' is not, too often. Each memb.r of your fiiiiiilvf .should be photouraphed at Christinas time. Call The Peterson Studio, Will P. Brown. Manager. 41-tf H. W. MILLER For County Attorney on the Republican Ticket For efficient administration of the law with economy Whittemore Champion: "II. W. Miller, Algona attorney, and republican nominee for the office of county attorney, was a Whittemore visitor on Thursday in the interests of his campaign. . . .In Mr. Miller's ease he is a man of exceptional ability and from the comments heard we believe that he will get his share of votes. He has a level head, and it is altogether possible that if he gets the job, there will not be such a large deficit iu the court fund as there is at present. Too many petty criminal cases have been tiled in the docket at great expense to the county, and close observance e&4Xiurt actions discloses that a great many of said cases have been dismissed us being too trivial for the court to spend further time and money on. Mr. Miller, should he get the office, says that he will not show partiality to friend or foe. That is the way the office should he run."

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