The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1930 · Page 8
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( Laa,-,. ....B.....V.T, ^, _. fj r ^,_ . ., . „._ _ ^ fwenty Years Ag-6. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Nolte had returned from Minneapolis where they had spent a few days visiting at the home of George Nolte. Elmer Hartshorn had spent thfe week end with his parent*. Mf. and Mrs J. \V. Hartshorn, of Ledyard before leaving for his new position In JTud Lillie's barber shop at Perry. Louis E. Eichenrodt, father of Mrs Mart J. McCall had died rather une*^ pectedly from a heart attack, He had teen to poor health for some tune, but his death was not looked for at the time His death was the first to the family to thirty-five years. Chas. Taylor had returned from his claim near Roselands, South Dakota and was looking the picture of health as the result of his life in the country. He had ten acres planted to sod corn and planned to have more land broken up during the summer. He said that the country in his neighborhood was well settled and that hi had the best kind of people for neighbors The stock and meat market fixtures belonging to W. Beauman who had disappeared a short time before were sold to Bert Stock for $1091 to satisfy a chattel mortgage held by E. j. Mur- taijh. The merchandise alone Invoiced at $900 Mr. Stock continued the S ket with his younger brother, Clifford associated with him as a partner Clifford had been in a market at Ohero- K66. John Cronln died very suddenly to a doctors office ot Clarkesville where he had gone to spend a few weeks regain- Ing his health. He complained of not feeling well, and the brother took Wm to the doctor's office where he died very suddenly while explaining his symptoms to the doctor. Mr. Cronta had been connected with the poultry butter and egg business for a number of years and had built up an extensive trade. He was survived by his wife two daughters and one son. J. L. Bonar and L. C. Hanson were planning a western trip, raey were to leave about June first, going to Denver. Colorado Springs and to the Grand canyon to Arizona; then on to Los Angeles and Long Beach Mr Bonn.1* had a brother to the real estate busl- «— at Long Beach and It was thought tne Algona men might take a In city property. The Item con- 22SSL"^ * re both handsome ^nd Nsw Kirkwood Hotel to Open May 28, a late pictuf* of town's new ** note l- The klrkwood, at I MOtofes, which Is being completed month and which will b« opened *» "tibllc on May 23. The open- 6f the hotel by visitors'and New Red Crown Eth da / and evening entertatoment toe famous Cato's Vagabonds. e , ^u* 61 , 18 betag constructed on the of the famous old Klrkwood, which £ °L^ 8reat S^ering places f?It , e *? Mdal . and P° u «cal Ue of the state to Iowa's early days. According to present plans, the new structure wSf ta kee ^ **"> the best traditions Ite predecessor, and will be one of the finest to the entire midwest Among Its special features will be a latest modem con. ^"P- privat « <«n- and k* 11 r 00 ™ I", manufac- own weather ^ means of an cooling plant,, maintaining spring-like temperature on the lobby o,, out ,. will est "* ^Proof through- provide three hundred i H*' K ^ be the new- In the well-known groun of McQlnn hotels ^er^tag to Pltools, and Minnesota. Motoring Sensation of 'em.' " i«. > -—»***"** uituucus their eyes peeled for on the townsbJ P Boevers destroyed Passion Play will be Given at Ft. Dodge. * American Passion play Is to appear to fort Dodge on May 22nd, 23rd, and 24th° n rderS 8re COmln B from mlles away - T 116 Produc- nf ^ vea under tfl e auspices of the Port Dodge Shrine club to the " was examining.the .horse. The flame Istlc its settings, that - ' burned ETHIL ., ur Thwe was-8dme ? ta8Urance. - -"Bound td Graricl •:&. '£&* - : ''\*ffii&'£$&&• ^s&ttttj'/tJ TTan0AMr«}»t£-—-^«f;:—?"*? . A'^±^**?V4 CITY^ROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ear--- THE touring season is here and the paramount issue is engine performance. \ New Red Crown Ethyl — the first ethylized gasoline in this field— enables your engine to perform at its bestatall times. New Red Crown Ethyl develops enormous power, sparkling •peed and smooths the going because it— "knocks out that knock" For maximum motoring enjoyment use New Red Crown Ethyl, the tested and proved premium gasoline made at the eight huge refiner- aes of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) and sold wherever you see the "Red Crown" sign— every few blocks in the city— every few miles in the country. Try it today. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW T. P. Harrington L. j. Dlcktoson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk ALGONA, IOWA. J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. AI.GONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. J. W. Sullivan s. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona. Iowa L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office to Quinby Building. Phone 180 ALGONA, IOWA. Oaylord D. Shumay Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phone 250 KBNEPICK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones: Dr. Keneflck, 67 .. Dr. Crawford. 115 C. H. CRETZMEYEIl PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Glasses Fitted Office to J. Galbralth Block. Residence one block east and one block south of •office. No calls made after 9:30 p. m. ALGONA, IOWA. Office Phone, 310. Residence, 444. WALTER PHASER, M. IX PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office to Quinby Building. Room No. 14 Phone No. 12 ALQONA, IOWA. DB. If. D. ANDREWS. Oeteopathlo Physician & Surgeon Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat Obstetrics located over Hub Recreation Parlor. Phones. Office 187, Residence, 088. ALOONA, IOWA. KOSSCTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALQONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS Officers: Chairman 170,01* H. E. Rfct, President. dent. Wadsworth . Vice Pres! dent, a Buchanan, Second Vice PresJ- J- S. Auner, Cashier L n M , cEvo y- Asst Cashier, t? » ^? ln K- Asst. Cashier" *•• A. Schemel, Asst. Cashier. Directors: H. L. McCOBKLE DENTIST Phones: »R. n. M. OLSON DENTIST over Chrlstensen Store. DR. p. E. WALLEY. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetril Located over Zender & Caldwlil's Clothing Store. Phones-Office 79. Residence 657-W ALGONA, IOWA. M. MEKRITT Mortician « Funeral Director. Phone No. 11. ALGONA, IOWA. " VETEBINABIAN. •* W. VOX. Veterlnartoi ^ 10 * at the Ol d Dr. Bayerr Office phone 476-W; 47B-R. will have man at all times. AMKJNA. IOWA. Portland Township Has Wolf Hunt. Burt Monitor: An Impromptu and highly successful wolf hunt was staged last week to Portland township. The object was a large grey timber wolf which was first discovered by Stanley Keith going up through the fields Stanley called up Lewis McWhorter and Lewis got out his rifle and gave chase Ray McWhorter, right across the road also grabbed his gun and joined the nunt. ' • One by one all the farmers to that neighborhood turned out until ten or nteen men were mustered. The wolf a big male, put up a good run at first, going over fences to fine style but he quickly tired under the strenuous pursuit and finally run to earth on the Roscoe Mawdsley farm where a lucky shot by Howard Seeley broke his leg and he was quickly dispatched. The animal measured 29 inches to height and 49 inches long, a little larger than the average timber wolf. A litter of eight cubs was destroyed to this neighborhood this spring and the she wolf Is still at large. Fenton Wins Two Games at Tourney. Fenton, May 13. Special: The high ifVff *"" baU team ptayed ta tne district tournament at Rodman Friday forenoon. Then- first game was with Havelock, which they won with a score of 12 to 4. Saturday forenoon, Fenton played Dickens to what was probably the best game of the entire tournament. Reuben Leudtke made 18 strikeouts . in this game Fenton won 2 to l to eight innings. Saturday afternoon m the game with Armstrong Fenton came out victorious with a score of 8 to l. Later Saturday afternoon Fenton played Rodman to which game they were defeated 5 to 0. The boys made a good record and were well supported with home crowds at all the games. Receives Hybrid %jf ;; Wheat from Russia J. J. Burda, of T&e Radio Shop, received some hybrid wheat seeds from Russia one day last week. Mr. Burda wrote for the seeds about three months ago to the University of Leningrad, formerly St. Petersburg, after he hat read an article about the- grain io the Popular Science magazine. The grain, to all characteristics except color perhaps, resembles wheat, but it Is a cross between rye" and whaet. It fs called Secale-Tricum Hybrid. Many attempts have been made to cross wfieat with other grains, but no hybrid has ever before been prdouced which would grow. The hybrid prdouces about once again as large a yield as ordinary wheat. It Is lightly darker In color than the wheat kernel. The sample was addressed to Mr. Burda at Algona Town, U. s. A., which probably accounts for the long tJme to reaching its destination. Mr. Burda plans to plant some of the seed to see what It wil Ido, even though the season Is rather far advanced and the climate warmer than Russia. The seed came from ;he northern post of the state seed testing station near Leningrad. plc'Ssir wxt, . V^SST* .E v USE yv^-waj^S^flSlfEc' i.. iit One One On* One On« One One Two ,, . n iwtfea for the .following Governor. .»••* Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. Auditor of State. Treasurer of State. Attorney General. Secretary of Agriculture. Railroad Commissioners. ln trfct) One On* Re P re »entatlve (85th Dls- County Auditor. County Treasurer One County Recorder. One County Attorney. One County Coroner. One Supervisor, District No. 1 Term beginning January, 1931 ' "T™ 'Boes Are Beinj? Told to Vacate Our City. Marshall Floyd Newville is kept busy running 'boes out of toe surrounding Jungles. Monday he loaded six onto the Milwaukee freight and told them never to return. Today he is going after fifteen or twenty more who are defaming the sight of our fair city They have been drunk on canned heat ever since they struck Algona and hare been a general nuisance with their presence. Rev. Dobberstein In the Black Hill«. West Bend Journal: Rev. P. M. Dob- bersteto and Matt Oyzerence left Saturday morning for the Black Hills to gather more rock for use to the construction of the grotto. A car load of rock was received the first of the week from Wisconsin. 6 ' term Township officers: One township trustee for each twp erm beginning January 2, 1931 One township trustee for each two erm beginning January 2, 1932 •hip!" tt>WIIBhlp clerk tQ r each town- h?p n * townsh> P assessor for each town- wl?s 0 hli UStlCe of the Peaoe for each Two Constables for each township. One party oommltteeman and one i art . y committeewoman for each pre- Inct, delegates to the county conven- to be eleot ed. as (oliows: Wesley 'WTilttemore 2 £ J 2 Official Notice. ,, B S'°'?J he J°ard of Railroad Com- Irvington Girl With Cotton Blossom Singers. Mrs. William Boldridge, who lives lear Irvington, has received word from ler youngest daughter, Elnora, who Is a student at Piney Woods school to Mississippi, thai she will be leading soprano to the Cotton Blossom stag- 1 ers when they tour Iowa this summer These singers are well known to Algona and their concerts are always wel attended. Elnora has been at the Ftoey .Woods school for only a year. Her sister Bernice, who Is the eldest daughter to the Boldridge family was graduated from the Institution several years ago and has been teaching there ever since She plans to visit her parents this coming summer. Another Story on the Scotch. Exchange: When a baby was born recently on board a steamer bound from Europe to America, passengers made up a purse as a present. The amount collected was $250,03, and some one suggested that a Scotchman must be on board. A check-up revealed three Scotchmen. Primary Election Notice, State of Iowa, Kossuth county: To he qualified electors of Kossuth county, Iowa: In compliance with the provisions of Section 561 of the 1927 Code of Iowa, notice Is hereby given to the qualified electors of Kossuth county, Iowa, that a primary election will be held at the regular polling places in the several election precincts of Kossuth county, Iowa, on Monday, June and, J980. The polls will be open from elsht o clock a. m., to elgrht o'olocfc p. m. At this primary election candidates are to Algona, 1st Ward ........ B Algona, 2nd Ward ........ s Agona, 3rd Ward .......... 6 Algona, 4th Ward ...... ,,..t Buffalo township ..,.., 5 Burt township ,.., ..... ? Cresco ...... ..... ........ x Bagle . ...... ...... ....... "s Eas£ Lone Rock . . , , ..... " "« Fenton ............ J Garfleld ........... ...','." "I German .......... '"o Grant ............ ,,' ........ o Greenwood ......... "4 Harrison .................. io Hebron ............. . « Irvington ............ ' ..... a Lakota ........... ,.; ....... J Ledyard ................ .- "4 Lincoln ........... '« Lone Rock .............. ''2 Lotts Creek ....... ..... 2 Li) Verne ................ ! ) ! ' 5 Plum Creek ,,, ........ ...,3 Portland ............. .3 Prairie ............... !., 2 Ramsey ... ................ a RI verdale ............. 2 Seneca ....... ...,,..,.. 3' Sexton Precinct Irvington twp, , .......... ...... ..... a Sherman ..... , . ....... •- 2 Springfield .....Tr ....... ,'.',t 4 S 8 3 2 2 4 4 10 4 2 2 3 2 3 4 3 2 S 6 3 8 3 Notice is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and •appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting power and .£ ea 2 n n? Purposes has been filed by the Central states Electric Company, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to the office of the board of railroad commte- aoners of the state of Iowa; that said petition asks the right to construct and maintain said electric transmission itoe e over, along and across the following described public lands, highway^ streams and private lands: " MtMW "* D » Beginning approximately at the northeast (NE) corner of the northwest (NW) quarto^ of the northwest (NW) quarter of the northwest (NW) quarter of section twelve (12), township ninety-five (95) north (N), range twenty-eight (28) west (W) of the flfto P. M^Kossuth county, Iowa; thence west (W) on the highway on the north (N> Itoe of said section twelve (12) and section eleven (II), said township and range, a distance of approximately seven-tenths (,'/) of a inlle, . ang begto- alner approximately at the northeast (NE) corner of toe-northwest (NW) quarter of the northeast (NE) quarter of section twenty-four (24), said township and range; thence west (W) on the highway orr tfte nortb (N) Itoe of said section twenty-four (24), a distance of approximately one-half (%) of a mile. Beginning at the fconthejast (SB) corner of section seven (7), township ninety-five (95) north: (N), range twenty-seven- (27> west (W) of the Fifth p. m.; thence north (N) -on the highway on the east line (B) line of said section seven (7), a distance of approximately two-tenths (S) of a mite, and begtantogr at a point near the northwest (NW) comer of section six- fen (16), said township and range; thence east (E) on the highway on the north (N) line of said section sixteen (la), a distance of approximately three- tenths (.3) of a mile. The board of railroad commissioners has fixed the Mth day of June, 1830, ten (10) a, m. to its offices at Des Motoes,. Iowa, as time and place for heartar said petition. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must be to writing and filed to triplicate with this board at least) five fltf days before date of hearing. The board suggests that the objector be represented at the hearing by someone who has full authority to act for It. , Dated jBt Dee Molnes, Iowa, May 12, of Railroad Commissioners of the State of Iowa. M OOAUGHAN, Secretary. ' 48-48 PIERCING PAINS Stinging PMIenty ^ KHIMMATISM NEUNALQIA NKURITIS tUMBAOO CRIMSON HEAT Opening May 28 |7»e irwoo POURTH *NR WA1.KUT* D» ,

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