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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 14, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 14,1936 ARMSTRONG MAN IN LOVE TRIANGLE Dave Christopher Arrested for Attempted Murder of Estherville Man Armstrong: Dave C. Christopher, 86, Of Armstrong, is accused of an attempt to murder Chris P. Ander- 8oU, 48, of near Estherville Saturday evening about eleven o'clock. Jud#« F. C. Davidson of Emmetsburg is filing the Information which will take the place of a grand jury indictment Mr. Anderson was found at his horn* by his wife about 11 p. m., Saturday with a gaping wound In his head. When Mrs. Anderson found him he was sitting on the edge of the bed undressed, which indicated he had been in bed, and the blood was streaming down him. Mrs. Anderson had spent the afternoon with Mrs. Leone Amdahl in Eatherville and her husband was supposed to come for her in the evening and they were then going to a dance in Estherville. The women waited about two hours for him and then borrowed somebody's car to go and see what was detaining him. They immediately rushed him to the Coleman hospital where he was cared for. Sheriff Cliff Prederick- aon wa* colled and he went to investigate in the Anderson home. Finding little of importance they went to Gridley about five miles west of Armstrong, where Christopher makes his home and tried to rouse him. They could not waken him so they crashed through the buck door. A buck-rake tooth found In the fire-box of a stove in the Christopher home is believed by officers to be the instrument used In the attack. A chemical test of the buck-rake tooth disclosed blood on it and though it had been burned in. the fire a piece of cloth was still stuck to it by a small clot of blood. When officers asked to see the trousers Christopher wore that day be told them they were in a closet and were found with a streak of blood on them. When officers asked him how that got there he told them it was from a cut on his finger but the officers could find no cuts on his hands. Intimate relations with Mrs. Anderson are believed to be the motive for the crime. Christopher admitted having taken her on overnight trips to such places as Ma. son City and Albert Lea. Mr. And erson knew of Christopher's rel* tions with his wife and of all these trips but he refused to give her a divorce. Mr. Christopher has been a widower since 1930. Mr. Anderson's condition Is little changed but hospital officials say he seems to be holding his own. The wound on his head is three inches deep and about two inches across. When officers ask him questions he can nrf his head but It In believed his speech was lost for a time because of tho blow on his head. Ball bond for $38,000 has been fixed by Judge F. C. Davidson. Mr. Christopher will be held In Jail un- tfJ his case comes to trial unless a bond of this amount is posted. Mr. Christopher was formerly a cream hauler for the Armstrong Co-Operatlve creamery and lived along the lake road for many years. HOGS light butch., 140-1GO . Best light butch., 1BO-180 ... Rest light butch., 180-220 Rest light butch., 220-250 Mcd. heavy, 2!iO-270 Me«J. heavy, 270-200 Ibs Med. heavy, 2W)-32, r > Ibs. Meii heavy, 325-350 Ibs. I'acliiliB fiows, 300-350 . I'ackiri;; sows, 350-400 racking SOWTS. 500-550 tJATTKK Canners and cutters Fut cnws Fat yearlings Fat steers Bulls Veal calves ........... Stock steers ..... GRAIN No. 2 white corn . No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 mixed corn Wo. 3 white oats $8.00-8.25 8,50-9.00 9.00-U.25 9.00 9.00 H.r,s K.50 . . . 8.25 7.40 7.10 7.00 $2.50-3.00 . 3.25-3.75 . (i.00-0.50 B.00-6.75 3 50-4.50 5.00-6.50 5.00-6.00 $.S5 .76 30'.-j LOCAL DELEGATES WIN FIRST INA SWIMMING MEET Epworth Leaguers at Oko boji Also Qive Algona First in Attendance Algona delegates to the Epworth League Institute at Okobojl held last week, received first place In the annual swimming meet. This the third successive year Algona has won the pennant, making it a permanent possession of the league. Betty Edge placed first in three races, the free style, the breast stroke and the backstroke. Betty Merrltt received second in each of these races. Bob McCullough received first place in diving with Joe Edge placing third. Drennan Mathes was first in the boys' backstroke and the boys' freestyle and second in the under water swim. T. Post was first in the side stroke, Bob Post took third In the under water swim, fourth in the back stroke and third in the free style. Russ Pickett received second in the backstroke, the side stroke and the boys' free style, and Bob Muckey won fourth in the free style, third In the back stroke and third In the side stroke. The relay team consisting of C. Post, D. Mathes and T. Post also placed first. Junior Long and Owen Mathes passed their senior Red Cross lifesaving tests and Bob Grooters, Richard Haipin and Joe Edge, Jr., passed their junior tests. CARRIE BIERSTEDT DIES IN DES MOINES Succumbs to a Nervous Breakdown After Two Months' Illness Miss Carrie Minnie Blersteclt died Sunday, July 12, at the "Retreat" sanitorium in Des Moines, after an illness of two months following a nervous breakdown. She was born April 6, 1889, at Burt. She was the daughter of Christopher and Dorothy Bierstedt, and during her childhood lived on a farm. She attended public school at Burt and VVhittemore. The deceased was baptized ant confirmed In the Evangelical Lutheran church of which she was a lifelong and faithful member. She came to Algona December, 1934, and resided here on North Phillips street with two of her sistrrs. She clerked in stores ut Whittemore for about 20 years and was widely known and highly respected. The funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona, the Rev. P. J. Bntncr officiating, and burial will be in the family lot at Burt. Her parents, three brothers and three .sisters preceded her to eternity. Brothers and sisters surviving are Edward Biersledt, Lone Hock; Mrs. Marie Ostwald. Whittt- inore; Mrs. Alvena Ostwald. Fargd, N'orth Dakota; Miss Dora Biersteiit of Algona, and Mrs. Rosa Barto, Kona. and many other relatives nnd a host of friends. Playground Program The following Algona playground program will be held during the week under the direction of Kenneth Mercer: July 20—Hop Scotch tournament —prizes. Register Thursday, July 16. Pet Show Thursday. Entries made Monday and Tuesday, July 20 and 31. Several prizes given. July 27—Nature study hike— Tuesday. Register July 27. Flower show Thursday. Prizes for best flowers and for best arranged bouquets. August —Original plays presented Monday and Tuesday. Register by July 27. Prizes for best play. Jack tournament Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday. Register July 31. Puppet Plays Wednesday. Register by July 27. Prize for best. Doll Show Thursday. Entries August 3. Prizes for oldest doll, best dressed foreign doll, best rag doll, best home made doll house and furniture. August 10—Nature study hike— Tuesday. Register Aug. 10. Circus Thursday. Register August 4. August 17—'Pageant—A Trip Abroad—Thursday. Exhibit of hand work, hobbies, etc—Thursday. Picnic Friday. Clay raffia, and wood work will be carried on all summer. One afternoon each week will be spent at the show. ALGONA GRAYS DOWN THE BEERS KGtiS 1 No. 2 ('ash cream— No. 1 No. 2 Kweet I'Ol I.TKV Corks, i^eghorns .. ('ucks, heavy liens. 4'-j Ibs. and up Hens, under 4'~t Ibs. . Leghorn hens Springs, over 3 Ibs. .. .Springs, under 3 Ibs. Leghorn springs Ducks d'ei'se 10c l.V The Algona Grays split a doubieheadcr by losing to the Forest City Collegians In a tournament game in the afternoon 8 to 7 and coming from behind to nose out the Des Moines Prager Beer team 8 to 7 in the nightcap. In the afternoon game, the Algona boys saw a 0 to 0 first inning lead slowly melt away under the withering pressure of an eleven- man ball team and a few well-timed base knocks. Scrub Anderson started Algonas big first inning by sending a neat little bingle out in the field, which, being Scrubby, he stretched into a triple. With Al Menke, Algeria's little sacrificer coming up, the stage was set for a squeeze play but Mr. Menke evidently didn't know his own strength for he gently bunted one of Harder's peace offerings 20 feet over the leftfield fence to make the complete circuit. Wander then walked, "Lucky" Leonard arrived safely at first on an error, Traul sacrificed him to second, and Farnum was hit by the pitcher. Whereupon Red Corrick stepped into a double to clean off the bases for the next inning. Sorenscn allowed the Collegians nothing but goose eggs on tl)p Scoreboard for the first three innings, but they bunched two doubles and a single in the fourth to bring two men across the plate. In the fifth, Stanton knocked Sorensen's third strike over the fence to brinjj the score to 5 to 3. But Wander and Leonard went to work in the sixth to make back two of the runs nnd maintain a safe lead. For some unknown reason, Atwell, who relieved Sorensen in the fifth, got very wild and began pitching nothing but balls, according to the urupirc. Ills wildness was partly augmented perhaps by UreiKe's 3- hasc foul in the eighth. Going into the last of the ninth with a 7-4 lead, Atwell loaded the bases with nobody out ami then turned the rness over to Art f laines, who was unable tii hold tlu-m and four runs brought home the Collegians' ball game. Hancroft'H Al Menke proved to he the giant killer ot the game as he showed little respect for the highly-touted Harder, slamming out three straight hits from his offer- irif;n before Cinrdner took over the mound duties. The last three innings of the game were played under a heavy tension as outraged ternp- t-r.-> ..traliii'il to the breaking point, with even the City bleachers joining the Algona rootera in protect against some rather question, ible derisions. KOSSUTHBOYS GAIN ATHLETIC HONORS AT S.T. Gordon Blanchard Lone Rock B. B. Player of Greatest Value Gordon Blanchard, Lone Rock, was named the player of greatest value to the Iowa State Teachers' college baseball team during the past year. It marked the third straight year a pitcher has won the honor. In winning two baseball letters, Blanchard has amassed a total of nine victories and three defeats. In addition to ranking as the leading pitcher on the team he was also the highest ranking batter, hitting .375. Blanchard is president of the Lambda Gamma Nu social fraternity. Roland White and John Champlin, fraternity brothers of Blanchard. were named players of greatest value to the track and football teams. Roland Wl.ite is the grandson of Mr. and Mm. Ellis McWhorter, Algona, and is living in Algona for the summer, being employed as life guard at the local municipal pool. Algona Wins From Beers In a complete reversal of the afternoon game the Algona Grays came from behind In the ninth inning to win an 8 to 7 thriller from the Des Moines Prager beer team. The Prager Beers scored two runs in the first inning on two hits and two walks. They added two more in the fourth on Young's home run inside the ball park. The Algona team managed to stay within striking distance all the way but started their half of the ninth with a 7 to 3 disadvantage. Leonard opened it with a single, Jandert walked and Farnum also got a single. Johnny Mcnke brought the crowd to its feet by a smashing double that wiped out all but one run. But Kelly and Atwell went out in order and as Scrub Anderson drove one out to left Held it looked as though the game was over. But by some miracle the fielder dropped the ball and the tying and winning runs were on base. Al Menke stepped up to the plate, looked the situation over carefully and very deliberately stepped into a nice fast one and set it down in front of the left fielder for a double and the game. Rewrites Of Newt From Last Friday't Kossuth County Advance] Mayor and Mrn. Spcrtit's daughter. Elsie, is off for a month's auto bus trip in the west, which will include Yellowstone Park. Black Hills and the California coast. • • • I'liil Knlilh»a<* and C. R. LuBnrru in charge of the Fourth of July parade are given great credit for the finest parade ever held in Al- Kon;i, excepting the Diamond Jubilee parade. There were 85 floats participating, many of them of expensive design and great beauty. • • • Twenty-five foumomcH for the Caliente golf tournament have been chosen for the tournament now go- irig on at the Algona Country club. The tournament is to be played off by 7 o'clock Thursday, July 23. • * V Tin- DrujjuM* Mutual Insurance Company in Algona is out in 11 drive to secure the building of new sidevvallis on .State street to match the new paving. A number of firms have already put in new walks. Hr 15c 15c 9-7c 4-3c jl •i 19c SALE July 13th to 18th These Are a Few of the Items Matches, G box rail on Kool Aid, 4 kis. 1O r ! Tone's Coffee Eus- 1 « 7tl ! set. I..T II). New Potatoes, 5 Ibs. Navy Beans, 5 Ibs. 19c i Spaghetti, 19c|' J "' s IQ Jar Rubbers, Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls 19c vacuum packed ) ...We 19c Prunes, i His 19c The Best in Meats Baby Beef Roast 18c Ib. Fey. Veal Chops 25c Ib. CXILJD MEATS OF ALL iilN'UM Bacon Squares -21c Ib. Veal, Lamb or Beef Stew 12y 2 clb. We Buy Butchering Stuck Tup 1'rice fr'or H. R. Sorensen & Co. 138 uiui m We Ik-uver WVW^^ Classified Ads NEW WANT AI> I'OIJCV Starting immediately, all Hunt ads in thin paper must be paid for in advance, unlesit you have u book account on our ledger. Cost of mailing notice* uiid other wanted ellort, makes it Impossible to do a credit business on uuiit ads. Minimum charge uf uuiitv ads Mill be 25 nuts, on the basis of 'f cents a word in advance. Want ads charged on ledger accounts will be 3 cents a word. When sellU- ing Hunt aUs into tin; office, count the uoriiv, multiply l>i 2 cents, ulld send the amount vtiUl the ad. I llless cush u received, 110 ud will U|>i>far. linn moke ha* been forced upon us by unpaid vtant ad accounts. FOR SALE—Two slightly used pianos, priced to sell quick.—Bjus- trorn's. 28 For Sale KOK SALE Small pinjio, like new. In Alguna. Partly paid Se.ll for balance. Ku*y tumis.—Whole- bale Dcjjt., Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 28* KOIt SALE Kuiekar baby cub, blue vclour. Folds to carry in cur. Priced right.—Mrs. V. H. Coffin. Zb* FOK SALE—Kurai 160 acres of exec-Hern i. i.U lo<_aUJ between Uode uiid West Bend. Thoroughly tiled, Hell Hjjctci, fair to good iiuprove- UAi-nLa. (jcxxi hoitte farm. Will linuuce to extent of eleven thousand dollaxs, live yeura, I'/j'/t uittreat. — William J Curler & Bon, 11 South Uth St., Furl Dodge, iowu. Phoue Walnut HUO. 27-2S» Foil SALK iie.ven high grade Ilulatein heifers, bred lo purebred bull Win. Sihuubergcr, Bancroft, koult N'u. 1 '£&' FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulls—Lloyd Gross, Algona Three miles north of Hobarton. 2S-32 1 FOR SALE—Improved dairy farms 80 to 200 acres, clay soil ir 1'olk county, Wis., good markets good water, some timber pastures 40 miles from St. Paul Minn. For prices and terms, write Bank of Osceola, Oaceola, Wis. 26-29 SWEA CITY NEWS Swea City, July 8—Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ridge announce the marriage of their daughter Irene to Goinar Davis, Des Moines, Saturday, June 27. The event took place at the Methodist church, Algona, the Rev. 3, H. Edge officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith, Hawarden, were attendants. Following ihe ceremony a three-course lunch was served at the- home of the bride's parents. The couple then left for a wedding trip to Minneapolis. The bride Is a graduate of the Rockwell City high school and tor the last three years had been in the employ of the Bankers Life. The couple will live at Des Moines, where Mr. Davis Is in the employ of the Rollins hosiery company. Pennsylvania Party Stops Here- Mr, and Mrs. Simon Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Pittsburgh, Pa., have been at C. A. Johnson's and William Blomster's. The women are cousins of Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Blomster, and the party was returning from Leola, S. D., where they attended the funeral of Dr. Gilbert Lundquist, brother of the Mesdames Anderson, who was killed in an auto accident. Attend Storm Lake Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miehe, daughter Mrs. Aletha Ecklund, and Mr. and Mrs. William Blomster attend- d the funeral Tuesday of Mrs. Clyde McDiamond nt Storm Lake. She was a cousin of Mrs. Miehe. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christenscn are spending a week at Arnold's Park. Fire Collegians Come Home- Adelaide Ewinp, Alice Maync. Lillian Brones, Kathryn Larson, and Myrtle Holcomb, of the State Teachers college, came last week Thursday for the Fourth with their respective parents. Mother of Mrs. Hjrler Dies— Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Hyler attended he funeral of the letter's mother at Ames Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Peterson took the Hylers .down, re- urning late on Tuesday night. Other Swea City. Mrs. Oscar Hoag, Thornton, and on spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. fanson. Mr. Hoag came Saturday and took the visitors home Sunday. Kathryn Thomson, t a k ing nurse's training at the Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines, will spend a wo months vacation with her par- !Dta. Intensely hot weather has hurried small grain, which is now The New Algona Hotel Annex is expected to be built this fall. The hotel owns two lots just south of the present building and will build a 3-story annex connecting with the oJd hotel. It will be a noteworthy building for the town. « • * The Rich family held their annual reunion and picnic at the John Sa- bln farm in Cresco last week Sunday. There were 74 in attendance. .•VOTH'K OK HKAHIWO ON APPLICATION KOH AtTIIOHITV TO < OMrilOMISi; AMU HUTTMS TIIK I.\I»KIITKI»S(KII!» OK C'lIAHI.KS STl Fl.ICK AM> MAIIY WTI,'KI,ICK \VITII IMO1IMC STUPLICK In K'Hiity N'i. KI7SS. In tlie I>ls- trlrt Court of Iowa, In and For Kossuth County. 11. W. II.ill-". Superintendent of K:inkll:K "f tl.e Stall' of Iowa, 1'lalll- II IT, - —VH— I'copleH KavliiK-i Hank. Hi. I!-M- edict. Iowa. I iffendant. To All tii-|in.sIu>|-H and CredltorH of Tliit reuplejt SavlnK.i I'.anU. St. Ili'li- idict, Iowa, and To Wlium It May Ciuu -rn: Von u ri- lii-reliv notlfli-d that 'here H i.nw on IHi- In tlie offlre of the Clerk of the aliuvit i-nlllled Court, tl.e api'lieatlon of l>. \V. Hates, Hup- i•rinli-iident of h.inklnn of tie Slat*of Iowa, ;IM l',i.M-.-lver of tin: I'eoplerf SuyiiiKM Hank. St. llunedlet, Iowa. a.-kli)K that he lie authorized to compromise and .settle tmtd Indeht- iiln..«n owid l,y I'harli-s Sluflek aril M.IIV Stnflii'k. huriliiind and wife, to plulntlff. with 1'omlnli: Hlufllck. of Al^oria, lowu. uei-ordlnt; to the •iinis atnl (roiidlllohM >-.t:t out in Hald iHillia l ton to whh'h you ure hereby rfcned for further jfarticularu. You an- f Hither rotllU'd that tint .ir.tiiMK <>n haiil application will be In the Court houb.-f at Aluona. Ki,.-.>oih Ciimiiy, Iowa, on the 20th i:ay i.f July, A. It., K»36, at th»hour of ten o'clock A. M. on Hald <I.iy. at which time you may appear and show i-au^e. if any you have. why un Order »hould not Uj enter- i.l aiiihuiizliiK --aid settlement. U W. 1IATKH. Sujiei Irtendi-nt of ItanklnM it the Stutt- of Iowa, aH Hecelver of tin- 1'eupleB Savings Hank, St Henedlct. Iowa. Hy II V. lll'LL, Aunt. Kxamlner in Chaige. 2^ nearly ready to harvest. Lack of rain has dried up pastures. Mr. and Mrs. E!. L. Hanson and Luella and Doris Jensen left Friday for a week in northern Minnesota. The Fred Seylara left Friday night for a week in northern Minnesota, SEXTON NEWS Mrs. Wm. Green attended a miscellaneous shower Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Fred Pooch's in Algona In honor of Mrs. Lawrence Shepard, formerly Edith Green, from near Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard were married in Fort Dodge. They went to Jackson, Minn., Friday to visit his parents, and will make their home in Algona. Mrs. Fred Nehring and Shirley and Donald spent a few days last week at her sister, Mrs. Burviue Johnson's at Webster City. They returned Thursday. Dorothy Fraser operated the gas station. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children went to Lu Verne Sunday to see her mother, Mrs. Warmbier, who is quite sick. Henry Pfeffer spent Friday at his sister, Mrs. Wm. Green's. Mr. Green took him home the same evening. Joe McSwaln returned from Fort Dodge the first of the week and went to Mason City, where he has a job on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Philip .Thornton and twin sons, Sioux City, spent the Fourth with Mrs. Thornton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 2. Miller. Mr. Thornton went home Saturday evening, and the others remained for ft longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Arch Berger, of Burt, spent the Fourth with Mr*. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield and Mrs. Greenfield's sister, Mrs. Morrison, were- guests Saturday at A. L. Greenfield's. The Myrle Richards family, Lone Rock, and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, were also visitors. . The Wm. Greens spent Sunday at Mrs. Grace Green's, near Lu Verne. Mrs. Sim Bemls and Mrs. John Huff Jr. will entertained the Aid at the former's Thursday. Mrs. Joe Balk spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Martin Seller, south of town. Mrs. Ed Fitch and two daughters spent the week-end at Burt at her'sister Mrs. John Koestler's. IRVINGrTON NEWS Mrs. John Schumacher Is visiting' her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Dole. The Schumachers are now locate* near Wttflter City. The Henry Lofings, Mason Cfiy, were Saturday and Sunday guests at the A. McLean home. Rita Bauman, Humboldt, is spending several days with Doris Colwell. The Frank Kulows spent July Ith with Mrs. Kulow's father at Ames. Read The Ada— It Paj» BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD bP FILING TOWN AND CITV ESTIMATE . , NOTICE—The city council of Algona of Kossuth County, Iowa, will! meet July 80, 1936, at 8 p. m., at the City Han. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. ADAH CARU?ON. City Clerk. I 2 3 4 B « 7 Proposed Balance Estlmat- Estlmat- Amount Expend- Expend- expend- on hand ed aur- ed Income necessary Itures Itureg Ituren June plus of other to be for year for year estimate 30 balance than raised by 1935-36 1934-35 1936-37 1936 on hand taxation taxation t 10,842 I $ 3.500 $ 4,837 FUNDS General Grading Sewer Water Light . Fire Malnt. Library ... Band Park Ril. drag'ng Swim Fool. 24,000 5,500 8,000 26.000 55,000 2,000 4.000 l.SOO 1.500 2.600 4.800 Totals ..(134.100 3,644 18,010 107.095 452 332 2.472 1,636 $149,320 7.000 90,000 300 97,300 600 16.000 65,000 1.000 85.000 7,000 1.000 3,500 3.600 2,000 2.000 4.000 1,800 1,800 750 1,760 28,810 20,350 512 •1,737 15,460 74,646 1,686 3,493 950 853 3,040 $122,727 409 1.27O 12,773 66.82S 4,015 900 658 3,684 $107,202: Adjusted Taxable Valuation (1935) DIst. 1. $2.036,518; Dlst. 2, $58,746. 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For particulars aee John Spangler, (Darner, Iowa. 24-27* FILM DEVE1XJPING—Roll film printed, developed, one enlargement free, 2U cents.— Uorchardt L'rug. 26-tf Miscellaneous MERCHANTS NOTICE—Cigarette bonds $2.00, Beer Bond* $5.00. Notary Public Bond* *2.60. Bonds u>sued here at our office.—Algona insurance Agcy. £3-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Uuerr bitfgeat boosters. Medium size $77.50. Terms.—Bju*- trom'a, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTED-Ride out went. Will share expenses. Alfred Carluslij. Wbitteinure. 28* WANTED—Houat work during harvesting and tbreablng tune. Call at thia office, 28* WANTED TO KENT—Six or seven room modern bouao by Sept. 1. Htjpoji.siblc party Phone 1G2-J UNDERWOOD! The Lamest Typewriter Factory in the Worldl It's good business to sell the machine that the world is buying. For the 30th consecutive year, Underwood has produced and sold more typewriters than any other manufacturer in the world. 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