The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1930 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 9, 1930
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The Upper Des Moinee-RepubHcAh, July 5.1930 ^y.^^^™^^g*^^^^^^.~^Jjgt||gj~gMjtgfc«jJ^^I^(g^jjyg Sister of Mff* Lorenz Died in Minnesota Mrs. tf, Lorenfc returned Saturday trffln New Rtchlatta. Minnesota, where she had been called by the death of her aster, Mrs. August will, who at one tlihe lived in Algona. Her son, Walter; took her to New RichlaJtul Wednesday. Mrs. Lorena returned with Mr and Mrs. Bruno Lorenz of Harlan, Mr and Mrs. Fred Lorenz and Mrs. Jack Sheehan of Council Bluffs, who hat: gone to New Richland to attond the funeral of their aunt. They stayed Saturday night with their mother, Mrs. Lorenz, and returned to their homes Sunday. The deceased woman's husband is a cousin of Ed. Will of Al* gona. The New Richland Star had the following account of Mrs. Will's death: "Mrs. August Will passed away suddenly at her home here Wednesday morning, July 2 at ten o'clock, shortly after she had suffered a stroke of apoplexy. She had been confined to her home most of the time for the past ten years with a lingering illness, but Wednesday her condition suddenly be* came much worse, and she passed away quietly. She was seventy-three years old. "Wilhelmina Becker Will was born In the year 1857 hi Germany, on July 18. June 17, 1878, she was united'In marriage with August Will. The following year, September 25, they came to this country, settling first In Illinois and later in Iowa. Eighteen years ago they moved to New Richland from Medella, where they lived for a short time after leaving Algona, where they spent several yeans. "The deceased is survived by her husband, and one daughter, Mrs. W. Btndewald of. Albert Lea. One daughter, Hattie, passed away In Infancv. Two grandchildren, Harold' BindewuW of New Richland and Miss Edna Blu- dcwald of Albert Lea, also survive, as do five great grandchildren. One sis- far, Mrs. O. Lorenz of Alg-jna and two sisters,,Ma and Emma Becker who live JU Germany, also mourn her death." , Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon from the home, followed by services In the German Lutheran Church, of which she was a member. Rev. J.. Herbst officiating. Interment was made In St. Peter cemetery. Swea Cityan Has Leg Broken in Five Places. Robin Harr, a fanner living north of Swea City, was painfully injured on Saturday night when he was run down by a car driven by Evert Anderson, son of .Anton Anderson of Algona. It seems that Harr had stopped in front of the O. 8. Johnson store oa East State street to make a purchase. He was on the south side of the street and got out of the car with his back toward the .street. Anderson came from the north ^ga»d,t!urned aast. He did not have time " 1 avoid hitting Harr and con, Harr was knocked down and taken to the hospi- ': was found that his leg Caas Show* Comihg ) My 14* The Hazel Mt. CasS players Will be in Algona for one entire week starting Monday, July 14. This season Miss Cass is bringing to Algona iier big No I company with all new people— new plays and vaudeville acts, new scenery and lighting effects. This season Miss Cass is carrying: an orchestra that you win enjoy hearing. The orchestra will entertain you at 8:16 each and every night before the main Show. If you like good, snappy music, hear these girls and boys play. The opening play Monday night is 'Mary Behave," a New York Comedy success. Other bills for the week are 'The Mouse," "Susanne," "Business is Business." and the feature night play, "Abie's Irish Rose," There is already tremendous "interest ocally in the Coming performances of ihe Anne Nichols Wonder plya, "Abie's Irish Rose," by the Hazel M. Cass players at the tent theatre. Theatregoers who have not seen this history-making oomedy drama before are naturally de- ighted at the Opportunity to see. the play at all; and those who have already een it elsewhere, or as played by a road company, are delighted at the prospect of seeing the play acted by members of he Cass Players. Manager McNally has announced hat. In spite of the marked additional ixpense of producing thte play, lie vlll make no increase in the regular cale of prices at the tent theatre. He giving all an opportunity to see Abie's Irish Rose" at popular prices. Members of the company are Virgin! Cass, Saralh Obrecht, Jule Obrech Mrs. A. Palmer, Phil and Peggy Har bhnnie Sullivan, Teddy Armond, Jac .•eland, Polly Johnson, Stanley Davis and A. V. Palmer, Ladies free on Monday night when rCcompanied by one paid admission Tent is located on the McCall show ots. Seneca People in an Auto Accident, Seneca, July 8. special: A tragic accident occurred Sunday at about three o'clock In the afternoon When two Ford cars, a coach driven by Otto A. Jensen, of Swea City, and a roadster belonging to John Saunders, qollided at the top of the river hill near the Oodden home. The occupants of both cars were injured. Mrs-pJensen was seriously hurt with a compound fracture of the arm, both jaws broken and bruises and cuts about her body. Mr. Jensen suffered bruises while John Saunders received three broken ribs and a cracked jaw bone. Jess Halverson, Who Was in the Saiihders' car, Was cut aboiit the arm and face. The drivers feel the acci* dent was unavoidable, the road being hilly and narrow. Both Fords were new, and were badly damaged. Insurance was carried on both ears. The Jensens were formerly of Seneca owning the farm now owned and oc* cupied by George Goetsch. Otto is also a brother of Fred Jensen. loot. Schmidt Has Birthday Party Lotts Creek, July 9th. Special A large number of relatives anc friends gathered at the Robert Schmid home last Wednesday evening to re mind Mr. Schmdit" of ;his fifty-eighth birthday. The following were present Mr. and Mrs.'John Schallin and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ohm and fam ily; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ohm and family and Mrs August Meyer o Fenton; Mrs. Grosenick, Watertown Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Scheppeman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt Mr. and Mrs; Ben Schmidt, Mr. anc Mrs. M. A. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. H. F Mittag and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Meyer and family, MfS. H. E. Ohm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, al of this community and Mr. and Mrs Frank Schumacher and family of Whlttemore. A delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. Schmidt and children before the guests departed. a' narrow were driving r " '-urW f ^Kf.'ffw? SSncerj;>on the a * Iftwn •** V^ ^A -v w f^tt IS^m&te^L. , |p tunj over twice. None 'W the nts were Injured' beyond 'a few . cutB,; twO, bruises, but ,the car -was rvjined almost beyond B, F, CroHome From Washington. B, FyiCroSe arrived horn from Washington, D.''C, yesterday and will spend the summer at home. Mrs. Grose, who has been at Los Angeles, California, during the past few months is expected in Algona today. Mr. Crose stated that he did not know just when Congressman and Mrs. Dickinson will get home because of Mrs. Dickinson's illness. Algona Markets. 'Con: $ .63 Oats .24 Hogs',.,,, 8.75 Eggs .18-.14 The Weather. Eigh Low Rain Wednesday .79 52 Thursday ' .74 60 Friday 84 94 Saturday 94 U7 Sunday 87 76 Monday .. .94 05 Tuesday .. 88 G8 .27 .14 20 .27 .17 ,29 .20 ,The Bftmi Concert. ? 3" T f 1 ull-3" pieces, will be played Band on Thurs- court .Jewell Popular, Pagan Love Song ..Brown Chinese Intermezzo*, Ung-Kung Foy*~<Ya" * . ' TTI» *o. .,..,.,.., v (tl xv«4B Reverie—MWental Barnhouse Foxtrot, Turn on the Heat ...... Henderson La March del Soldadesca Espanol.. .Smetsky In South America Missud Novelty, Clownette Alford Brother Jasper Verwiere Bay State Commandery Burrell The band will play every Wednesday evening throughout the summer at Wesley and will also fill other engagements elsewhere. Algona should be proud of the band &s it is of high cali- bre and the boys put in many hours of practice to give the people a musical treat. i,,^; ..,,, _ ... First Mule Colt Club in Iowa. The first mule colt club for Four- H boys in the United States, which was organized In June, 1929, in Kossuth county by E. R. Morrison, county agent, now has five members, according to John L. Thorngren, club agent in Kossuth. The purpose of the club is to interest the boys in cooperating with their lathers in the care and management of mules for farm work. Reid Family Held Reunion at Haifa. Good Hope, July 8. Special: The visit of Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and sons, Tom and Robert, of Racine, Wisconsin, to this community was the occasion for a reunion of the Reid relatives and a day of visiting on last Sunday, h order that the day might be spent together the Ben Reid family, Mrs Tom Reid, Mrs. Mamie Stelnman, Mrs Allen Salisbury and two children o Tlpton, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Will Spea and son and daughter of Elkton, Min nesota, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salis bury and daughter, Doris Elizabeth Miss Margaret Bartlett of Algona am Ralph Salisbury of Burt met with tht John Reid family and all proceeded by auto to the Albert Reid home at Hal fa. Mrs. Tom Reid and daughter Marjorle, were participants in a re union of Cook relatives at Call State Park at Algona. Mr. Allen Is the only living uncle of the Reid men and Mrs. Stelnman and with his family ha. been visiting In this vicinity since Tuesday a week ago, returning homi the first Of this week. Harvesting oi -'ante will begin hete the forepart of «t*l week. Lewis Wildln Mia a eat load of hogs to the McEnroe Brothers Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Larson t>f Wesley Js spending this wefefc With Mrs. Franz Teeter, Central Rapidly Being Torn Down. Work on the dismantling of the Central school building is progressln; very rapidly. The work was startec Monday with a crew of between twen ty-five or thirty men working under the direction of J. H. Mayer & Son. A number of high school boys were on hand bright and early to get work anc they are tearing Into it with a vim. The inside of the building Is nearly empty with the exception of the stanchions to hold up the floors. The roof is almost wrecked and rubbish anc shingles are Scattered all around the building. Notice of Application. For Authority to sell! Certain Real Estate. In Equity No. 12383. In the district court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State if Iowa, plaintiff vs. County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, defendant. To all persons Interested in the receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and-to whom it ; may gtmcern:.. , . ;„, • YOU' are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, owa, the application of L. A. Andrew, receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell the Southwest Quarter 'SW%) of the Northwest Quarter NWtt) of Section Seven (7), Town- hip Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-Seven (271, Kossuth county, owa, to Lawrence J. Larsen, or Carbur, ••lorida, for the sum of Thirty-four [undred Dollars ($3400.00) according to tie terms and conditions set out in said pplicatlon, to which you are referred or further particulars. You are further notified that the icaring on said application will be had t the court house In Algona, Iowa, on ie 14th day of July, 1930, at two 'clock P. M., of said day at which, ime-you may appear and show cause any you have, why an order should ot be entered authorizing said sale. L. A. ANDREW, uperintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona. '* Iowa, By R. H. MILLER, Examiner in harge. 4 Mrs. Mary Teeter of Palrfield came last week for a visit at the home of her son, D. A. and grandsons, Itanz and Vern. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan of Livermore spent the Fourth of July here. The latter Will be • remembered as Theresa Bakken. The M. N. Norem family of West Brook. Minnesota, were visitors a week ago Sunday at the Oliver Bakken'and Alvin Bakken homes. The Ladies' Aid society is scheduled to meet July 18th With Mrs. G. W. Brown. Mrs. E. J. Rawson Of Algona will tell about the Holy Land. Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Stevens of Eagle Grove were guests Sunday at the Lewis WUdln home and the Henry Olson family at the Ed. Wildln home. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter and Nancy Claire of Clear Lake spent the week end with relatives here and at Burt, returning Sunday evening. Mrs. A. J, Gillinghem and daughters, Annie, and Alice, the latter having been at Washington, D. C., since November first, were callers in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Metcalf enjoy ed a visit the Fourth of July with th Flyod Gilette family of Sioux Falls South Daokta, and the Wilfred Hold <orf family of Fenton. Arthur Wlldin of Waconda, Soutl Dakota, came home Thursday accom panled by James Hood. They spen the Fourth of July to Fort Dodge, re turning to Waconda Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter spent th Fourth of July at Gowrie with th latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.' F Tilton. Friends will be pleased to hea they are enjoying fairly good health. The Peter Halsrud family of ,Gil more City and Olaf Halsrud of Otto sen spent the Fourth of July with th Oliver Bakken family and enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Call State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bakken, of Kels ter, Minnesota, were visitors a week ago Sunday of the Oliver Bakkens. Th baby is very well now. They had its tonsils removed recently at the hospi tal in Mason City and it is now recov ering nicely. Mrs. Cleve Stewart is enjoying a vis it from her sister, Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma, of Lincoln, Neb raska. Tuesday morning their brother A. C. Fox, accompanied by Mrs. Fox and their sons arrived from New York City for a visit. The D. A., Verne and Franz Teeter families, Mrs. Mulkins of this locality, Mrs. Mary Teeter of Fairfleld, Orville Varner and family of Keokuk Will Larson family :of; Wesley, also Wm., J. P., and Rudolph'Larson families, Ross Buffington family, Clarence and H. P. Christensen familes of Ti- jonka, Chris Christensen of Rddman and J. P. Larson of Burt, numbering fifty In all, .TOjoyed a family picnic at the Call State :Park'Sunday. : ' Announcement We are now located in the Dewel building south of the Algona Hotel formerly occupied by the Helberg Garagfc, We solicit your greasing oil changes, and general repair work, We also have a complete line of accessories and parts stock Buick, Oldsmobile Pontiac and Whippet Cars Have the Largest Dis^lly of New Cars in Town COME AND SEE THEM. WEST BEND NEWS. Let your tires buy a thousand miles of oil. One gallon Pennsylvania Oil free with each G. & J. Tire at our new reduced prices July 12th to 26th.—-Gam" Me Stores. 4 Cantaloupes Watermelons at AKRE'S -'i- .fivsh fruits and vegetables— plentiful. Pi-ices on many piml eatables are on the toboggan slide and as fast as the wholesale "prices drop so do ours. Just consider the drop in sugar, flour, crackers, rice, beans, canned milk, and all kinds of cheese, pink salmon, imported sardines and sonic other canned fruits and vegetables. This store lias always featured Highest grade of "Pure Cider" and White Pickling Vinegar along with all kinds of Fruit Jars, Jar Covers and Knbbcrs— and we have tbem now. You will always remember the quality of our "Pure Quill" Coffee, Ten and Spices, ".Fairy Crackers" and Cookies and our "Kiehelieu" and "Baby Stu- iU-t" Groceries in general. A dollar will do its duty and more if spent at S Plppe g90-291—We Deliver. Or Stop at 113 South Dodge, Street. John Nessen of Laurens spent Sun-lay at home here. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sampson spent Friday evening at Algona. Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Klisart vere Fort Dodge visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCormick of Rodman were callers in town Frilay. Oscar and 1 Miss Ida Riley drove to 'ort Dodge Friday to celebrate the Fourth of July. Mrs. Alice Stover and son, Guy Stov- r, were shopping hi Algona Thurs"ay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Geist of Gilmore City came Friday for a stay at the W. White home, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and hildren spent Friday evening at Alona celebrating. Mary Jane Crlsman is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Peter Bangert ne^r Ashton. Dr. and Mrs. Givens drove up into Minnesota Wednesday to spend a few days at the lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber and children of Whittemore were callers in town Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chism of near Cylinder were calling on friends in town Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bell and Mrs. Ernest Dick and sons were Algona visitors Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Thompson and son, Floyd and wife of Colfax were looking after their property in town Tuesday. Walter Williams returned Wednesday from near Davenport. He has a school there for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and daughter, Dorothy, of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the C. C, Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Crook of Rodman were callers Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Sloan. Mrs. Earl Pease of Bradgate spent Saturday at the home of Mrs. Alice Pease, who has been very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Larson and daughter of Knaawha spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, M. T. Munson. Miss Olive Munson and friend drove to Pioneer Sunday to visit her friend, Mrs. Duane Wilcox and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber and sons, James and Richard and Bobby Dick spent the Fourth of July at Algona. Mr. and Mm Leo Mlmbach and children of Renwick spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. De- wltt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heath drove in Friday morning from Florida for a few days' visit with his mother, Mrs. Dan Kelley. Mtss Margaret Mixes of Winthrop, Minnesota, is here visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mikes and other relatives. Edward Jurgens and his bride of Alffona Motor Sales Cf : • S Phone 714 Algona, Iowa. Elgin, Illinois, spent a few days visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Await Jurgens. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoskin and daughters, Irene and Wilma of Rodman spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Sloan. Misses Vivian Broadwell and Augusta Buttemore drove home Thursday evening from Cedar Falls where they are attending summer school. ; C. C. Miller began his duties as the janitor at the high school on July first. F. B. Dlxon who has been janitor here a number of years, resigned Miss Iietha Daubendlek left Monday evening for Mount Vernon, to receive Instruction in missionary work She intends to return to India this fall. George Post returned home Saturday from near Pioneer, where he spent a few days at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Duane WUcox and husband. Lavon Riley spent Monday night al the home of his grandpp.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley. He returned to bis home at Livermore with bis father, Charles Riley, Tuesday. Loyd and Delbert Fisaus of Waterloo drove to West Bend Thursday evening and spent the Fourth of July with friends. Miss Neva Sloan returned' to Cedar Falls with them. Ramona Anderegg, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg was more or less Burned recently when she pulled a cup of hot coffee over, spilling It on her arm and stomach. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Hinton drove to ilvermore Thursday and met their daughter, Marie, who attends school n Cedar Falls this summer." Miss Hinton rode to Livermore with friends. Mrs. T. W. Williams and sons, Wal- r and Steve and Mrs. Grace Crisman and. Mrs. Anderson and June Lowe drove to Ashton Thursday and pent the week end at the Peter Ban-' ert home. Mrs. Williams and son, Walter, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Theophil Zaugg were ailed back to Rochester about two 'clock Sunday morning. Their son, Levi, who had his back broken two eeks ago when bis car overturned, iad developed a fever and his condl- ion was serious, lace at once. They left for that Mr. and Mrs. Ralpn Sloan and* Miss ;essle Sloan drove from Cedar -Falls Thursday evening to spend the Fourth f July with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. loan returned borne Sunday accom- anied by their daughter, Eulah, who ad been visiting relatives here the past Ive weeks, and Mrs. J. S. Williams and grand daughter, lona, Miss Bessie lloan remained here. . I»AKOTA NEWS* | &B&^^ Mrs. George Heetland is recovering rom a sever case of quinsy. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith are spend- ng their vacation in Illinois. Mrs. Bertha Nltz entertained the lUtheran Aid at her home last Wed- icsday afternoon. Mrs. John Heetland, Jr., and her mother, Mrs, A. F. Steinberg were Clear ,ahe visitors last Saturday. Roland Steele returned home last ?eek from Eldora, where he attended he funeral of his step-father. The Rev. O. H. Frerklng family left ast week for Twin Lake* where they ill spend two weeks at their cottage. R. H. Shroud of Aurora, Illinois, rrived here last week and spent sev- ral days at the J. H. Heetland home. Wm. Dawson of Excelsior, Minnesota, rrived here last week and is visiting t the home of his uncle, Raymond mith. Fred Parks and Mrs. Laura Penny nd daughter, Helen, have gone to lllnois, for a visit with relatives of tha ormer. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ukena were over rom Buffalo Center Saturday attend- ng to business matters and calling on elatlves. The Tom Adams cement crew has been building a silo at Primghar the past week and this week will be at Graettlnger. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., and daughters spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Coupanger at Elmore. John Liesyeld and daughter, Julia, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut at Titonjkft last Sunday afternoon. Wm. Clemans, who works near Titonka spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. ang Mrs. E. N. Clemans at this, place, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waltman and son of near Welcome, Minnesota, were visitors here Saturday. They former^ ly lived in this vicinity. A miscellaneous shower was given last Wednesday evening at the John Llesveld home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter. Mrs. Emma Meyer returned to Ames Sunday after spending the week end here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Meyer, Sr. Mrs. Tom Adams and daughter, Mary Lou, returned home last Friday from a ten days' visit at the O. D. Adams home at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. George Breen were up from Woden Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mrs. Breen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koppen. The E. R. Worley family drove' to Mason City Saturday evening for a visit at the home of Mrs. Worley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bailey. Wants, For Sale, Etc. FOR SALE—Ice box, porcelain lined. 100 pound capacity. Original cost $100 will sell for $25.00. Call 230. FOR SALE—Kitchen Kook gasoline stove. Slightly used.—W. A. Lorenz. 4* WANTED~^<3eneral housework, Call 230. FOR,SALE—20 sets harness, 24 collars, one stable tent, 28x30, new, one umbrella tent, 10x10, new, blacksmith tools, one rooter beam.—Joe Cosgrove. 4* FOR RENT—Two sleeping Modern. Call 173. rooms. 4* FOR SALE—Six room modern house and vacant lot, close in, low price.— H. B, Mason, administrator. 4-5* WANTED TO BORROW—$8,000.00 on good residence property security. Address X, TJ. D. M.-R. FOR RENT—Garage at 502 East State street.—Mrs. A. March, Phone 709. 4 WANTED—Roomers and boarders at 502 East State Street.—Mrs. A. March, Phone 700. 4* WANTED—An experienced middle- aged woman for general housework. Small family.—Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. Phone 455. 4 FOR RENT—Two furnished cottages by the week or month. At Hayward's Bay, Okoboji. One for last two weeks In July, another for the month of August/- — ----381. -W. H. Godden, phone 293 or 4 LOST—Black rimmed glasses. Leave at The Hub. Reward.—James Duryea. 4' for—50 feet of Double Garden hose,, ree land nozzle $4.25. July 12th to 28th. only.—Gamble Stores. , , 4 For used cars or mechanical work see F. A. Corey. Phone 583 or call" at 108 East McGregor street v '' ..,*' FOR SALE—Two mules, four horses,' used tractors, used steam threshing outfit, used binders.—Matt Murtha, phone 52. •.',. 3-i FOR SALE— Alfalfa, second cutting in field.— Jacob Winkel. 3-4 FOR SALE—Threshing machine, A- 1 shape.—Charlie Ries, Bode, Iowa. 3-4* "Algona's Wife Saving Statibn."-- 'Klreh's Laundry. Phone 267. 50-tf WANTED—Clean rags at this office. FARM LOANS AT 514% INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us. j_ MURTAGH BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. Red Tag Specials—Guaranteed screw driver, 3c limit 2. Canvas gloves 5c a pair, limit 2 pair while they last. One day only Saturday, July 12th.—Gam- ble Stores. 4 FOR RENT—Garage, close in. Call 828-W. 4* The big thing In winning a race is to get a good start. Make your start by attending Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minnesota. Send for catalogue. Here is what you have been waiting on a permanent vacation that costs you little and enables you to work twice as well. A consultation will explain our treatment. We will introduce, you to SOFT-LITE LENSES. These won- lenses remove glare from light. Ypu wear them when motoring, to the movies,*or outdoor sports for reading, working—severythlng aut sleeping. Enjoy greater eye comfort and enhanced'visual acuity, Seep clear, normal vision years longer by glare protection with 80FT-LITES. F. W. Wehler & Co. Optometrists. WWVftWWtfWWft MAJESTIC 1 REFRIGERATION Will be here soon, Higher Quality, Lowest Prices* See it before you buy, Algona Majestic Sales ^ ^^F ^^^ ^f Company ^

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