Tett Pages. ;: > ' ' ALGONA, IOWA, WEPKJSSPAY, JtJLY 16,1930 BURT MAN FOUND DEAD SCHOOL HEAT WAVE KILLS MANY HORSES IN CO. W, A. Vigars, Rendering Works Man, Handled Nearly 100 Head. MANY HOGS DIED ON FA*tMS IN CO. thousands of Head of Live Stock Died la State. Poultry and Other ,! Animals Suffered. -Teea wave of last week-was; dls- astrbus to' farmers and thousands • of head of-' live stock died as the result. ,the - Algona - Rendering .< •Works man, stated that he hauled to fifty head of horses and was completely swamped*. He burled •• twenty head, .some oftoem with ;their hides on, and' had about twenty 'calls 'that: he could not possibly 'make- and the farmers had to take care; of them. - Numerous -other plants In' this section were also swamped' and 'could not begin. to take • 'rare ofthe dead animals in their ter- Besides thelhorses, a number'of'cat- tte died, also many fat hogs. Even chickens are reported to have died from the Intense' heat. The cool wave Sunday was-a.rellef and a large number of larmera took: advantage of the weath- • er and worked /in the , harevts . fields. : oats are -said, to be a -fair crop as 'they were well. filled before the hot wave struck. . Mrs. George Simmons Died in Cylinder. Algona friends' of Mrs'. George Simmons were saddened to 'hear ,of 'her. death which 1 'occurred ' near Cylinder; She had been 111 for about four, years , • with tuberculosis and the, end was not AigonaMenS&w "Bobby" Win Cup. 'Gail Towne, Al Fftlkenhainei' and J6hn »ftggard dfoVe to MtaneapOlls last Saturday and saw the finish of the national golf tournament, the victory going to Bobby Jones, the great Georgia player, who recently won the championship in Scotland, maktog him, perhaps the greatest golfer In the world. The Algona men followed Jones around the course ori his last round and witnessed the final putt Which gave Bobby the victory with otoiy-tme stroke to spare. A crowd of perhaps ten thousand people followed Jones for several days. Most of the. §6lf stars of the country took part In the day tournament and the Algoha men got an -'eye- full" for their three dollars paid at the gate of Interlachen golf course, where the match was held; Torkel Hill and hs brother, Ed., of Algona, were also onlookers one day,'during the match. v _ , | - "i'i if -";*•- -»• , , ,' •" Attending the State Convention. ! *TheTJtate republican convention is In session at Pes Molttes today. The only work of the convention is the nomination of a candidate for secretary of state and the. adoption of a platform The following. Algona men are attending'.as delegates: F. A. Corey, Clark Scuftham, D, H. GOeders, Hugh Raney and M. P. Weaver. The fight for secretary of 'state lies between Captain Saunders of EmmetsbUrg and Mr. Greehwalt of Des Atolnes. Their vote In the primary was very close, but neither received the thirty-five per cent. • The Kossuth county delegation was 'instructed for Saunders. Congressman Dickinson and Dan Turner are attending and were scheduled to upeak. ALGONALdSES TOJJANCROFT Locals Ate Defeated Sunday Algona Wottiatt of 12 to 4 in a Loose Contest. BANCROFT NOW WON TWO GAMES. Two Arrested in Many Attend M.E. League Conference. ,A number of Algona youbg people have gone to Okoboji to attend the Epworth League cOnferjence which is being held this week, The group that left las* Sunday includ^'Helen, and Gertrude Morrow,' Bittier.ftild 'Bernlce Pearchs, Gladys Rlsingj .Alberta* Gros- enbacb7Adrts Anderson, Buth Hulse, Mary Joyce Reiken, ; Foster, Hartman, Arba *frJB3& HSS£i Bancroft Hurlcr Whiffs Fourteen Men and Cayou for Algona Struck Out Seven. V \ , Before"aJcitewi of Bancroft an1 Algona rooters-Sunday .at Bancroft the |RSSr?7i^rs,S > - ew^W-rss ing wqff.ftpm them, in the opento name of.* the season. ' In Justice 'to the locals It must b said •thatlthreti of the Algona players w-e art to-the line-up. They were Hil Stephenson and Hatts. These men are among heaviest hitters on the team 'Algona is'not making alibis but have mfd£ up their minds that the next toe they play Bancroft the score will be turned around to then- favor. Bancroft, obtained twenty hits off he offerings of Lefty Cayou/ white Algona could only get five off Zabarla- son This' pitcher hurled good ball for Titonka when they played hi Algona a month or two'ago and is a fast twirler. He struck, out 14 to Oaypu's 1. Bancroft Man Was in an Auto Wreck. Harold Wilhelml of Bancroft had a narrow escape, from serious injury last Friday night when his car turned over north y pfAlgona'onNo/16. Joe R cker, who isj,a farmer -living- north of Algona was ,retufr|tag"'home;from town about ten-thirty-after: taking a load in an Accident. Mrs. Sam Hedrlck was the victim of a painful accident Saturday evening. The Hedrtek family and some friends were going to Lake Okoboji Saturday evening to the Hedrlcfc car. They had trailer hooked on the back with a canoe m it. Mrs. Hedrick and an* other woman were riding to the trailer along with canoe. Near Dickens the tongue of the trailer broke letting the front end hit the ground, Mrs. Hedrick was thrown out hi front and pushed and rolled the trailer for a distance of nearly fifty feet. She received several broken ribs, one of which punctured her lung. She was badly skinned up from the contact with the gravel and also suffered a bad cut on her head and knee; She Was brought home Monday In the Merrill ambulance and It is thought that sho will recover nicely from the experience Houses Scarce Now in Algona. The following article appeared to the Des Motaes Sunday Register de scribing business conditions and th housing problem In Algona: "Art Helberg, who conducted a busl ness to the Dewel building here recent ly bought the garage property occupl ed by George ' Elbertr Elbert got lease on the Helse building, occuple by the Klassle Auto Company; this ' s of Bancroft The 'couple made their ntil a home on a farm-near Bancroft, until a , lew-years ago>when farm near Cylinder, Three children a , were born to this union, one died In ScTand tw 9 ,Mcllle «. and John 8 are left to mpurn. Besides the Mren, she leaves behind, her husband, mother, sisters, Mrs. B. Keeling, of Mason City, Mrs. Glen Thornton, MasonOlty, Mrs. Rose Householder, of Mason City and brothers, H. W., Frank and Rudolph, all of _,,. „ Funeral services were held Friday s&S£BffS£%££: 'T -J.iDavern officiated. Burial was the .same morning to the Catholic ce- "outf'of town relatives who attend- the-funeral were-Mr, 'and Mrs. Keel- tog, Mr: and Mrs. Glen .Thornton, and Mrs - Rose Householder, all of Mason ,OUv, awl Mrs. Jessie Stebritz of Lone 'Bock. • < 'A 1* "™ Yellow Cat Puts on for Bystanders, - ,, A,yellow cat, perched on the ledge across" the front of the old armory • building -occupied by the Murtha Im- ptanen* Shop, caused quite a commo- tionMonday morning. The feline was first discovered on the ledge about seven o'clock by T. H, Holmes, Jr., .who is employed at the Modern Dry' Cleaners; It meowed around a few minutes and finally settled down to sleep on the ledge. Along about ten o'clock the pussyeaC Siting tired of its elevated position, set UP a howl which drew the attention of ajmost everyone Otmt the street. He paraded up and down the ledge, peering over cautiously trying to Son wuwge enoug 1 } to Jump, and vociferously all the while. Ifto- Hen a good sized crowd had I to watch the performance, the ,ed to the sidewalk, landed on s, roUed over, picked itself up ljind*w6Jfced oft, . l*return. Sunday, •'-'" i -are with he'grouip. Won't Pay Fine— Goes to Jail. Walter Clark of Storm Lake was given-a fine of $50 and costs or fifteen days to Jail by -Justice -Hutchison last night for reckless driving. He chose the,fifteen days to Jail. It seems that he was driving a car belonging to John Schumacher from near Bancroft, ana was dodging to and out of traffic near ienry Cook Lakota by Hovey. John Whalen Of Maf-on City and Henry Beenken, Jr., of Lakota were rrested In Lakota last week by Sher- ft L. E. Hovey. Whalen was charged with illegal transportation of liquor Hid Beenken for driving while intoxl- ated. They were brought before Jus- ice A. Hutchison and were bound over to the grand Jury under $1,000 bonds. They later were taken to Emmctsburg before Judge F. C. Davidson where they were fined fifty dollars apiece and costs. 3rs. Adams and McCorkle Home. Dr. A. D. Adams and Dr. H, L. McCorkle arrived home from their eastern trip last Thursday. They attended the Kiwanis International convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and also did some extensive sightseeing to the east. They were gone over two weeks having made the trip to the Adams car. While in Washington they called on Congressman L. J. Dickinson They took a boat trip on the Potoma river and also on the Hudson. Both doctors report a very pleasant trip. Cars Runs into Cellar Way This Noon Some excitement was created this noon when a car driven by Bernard Died Monday. Henry Cook, who passed away at his jome southwest of the fair grounds on Monday morning, was born to Ham- urg, Germany, January 7th, 1850. Henty Breckfler, Bust Pain 'here he grew to young manhood. Like he average German youth he grew up under the teaching of the German Lutheran church in which he was confirmed, and in which faith he remained through life. As a young man he served three'years in the German army, and, at the age of twenty-four, April 17, 1874, was united in marriage x> Miss Johanna Glol. To this union seven children were born, five of whom, with the faithful wife, survive him: Henry Cook, Mrs. Freda Moe, Mrs. Anna Bowman, Frank Cook, and Lewis Cook, all of Algona. Will Cook, second son, died four and a half years ago. and one son died in lnn ° 'company 'was forced to take space to, Fram y O f Irvtogton ran into a 'cellar Forty-six years ago. With his wife and growing family, Mr. Cook came to Algona. and worked for a time to the L7ss\ng furniture establishment, having served an apprenticeship to the cabinet makers' trade while, in Germany. Forty-five years ago he moved to the home where he was living when called by death. Trained as a woodworker, he has followed the trade of carpenter or cabinet maker all his life. For several weeks past he has been in failing health. Death came Suddenly Monday morning, just a sharp pair,i to ' -' - "and the end had come. Mr. • - • —-• upright man • him. ter Died, i: Mon, of Alopholtam, BODY FOtJND BY TWO FABfif BOYS. Had .Been Fainting; the Inside of the School Which Is North of the Black Cat Creek. The body of Henry Breokner, Hint painter, was found-Tuesday afternoon about three o'clock in the Banner school house in pniott township a mil? northeast or thfe'"Black'Oat creek, five miles north of Agoaa. * Two Uoys, John and James • Long, who had been cutting oats in' the field across the road, noticed that a car had been standing in the school yard tor the better part of ,two days and , ITuesday afternoon about_ three, o' his the North American Engine company building in the suburbs; then the'Dew- el building, which was vacated by Helberg, was remodelled and "the Klassie Auto company moved into It. • "The foregoing illustrates down town real estate conditions in Algona. Until this summer, Algona did not have a vacant business house for any length of time hi several years according to Duane E. Dewel, secretary of the Algeria Community club. On May 1, this year a small building was vacated" when a chain store withdrew its branch from Algona, and this room still Is unoccu- across from Korilhaas Brothers garage next to the W, H. Horani Electric Shop. It seems that Barney was going north and .another car cut to on ilm He chose the cellar rather than to hit the other, car. His car was not damaged and was dragged out With- n a few minutes. pled. One of went, down •; overcome.by the heat and "»v ,, « $500,000 to Construction. r "Approximately $500.,000'.to construction, new'and remodeling, has-'been contracted for to Algona to the-last year, 'Business is good accordlng_to the ' inSiA of the nav- merchants. Crops' i] ^ittrl *et P the'. toe «Juntry A «re,fexoe ^ 9 |£^^.l* a «S# wlta ^ 1 *- fa5 in th$ .surround- taand a con- QTAF'll Ity and sideswlped >ned last Sunday. a car. Central About * Torn Down Now. The old Central school'building is Just about extinct after the force'of j H. Mayer & Son have been working on if for over a week. Hardly, anything but part of the walls remain. The enthusiasm of many of the high school boys who started to work on the building with much vim" and vigor-cooled down somewhat after a hot day or two and many of them decided they would seek employment elsewhere, In the new school, which is to be erected, there will be seventy-one rooms on the first floor and sixty-six on the fioor above. The dimensions of the building are 147% feet by 187% feet with two stories and a basement. Boys Set Fire to Haystack, Clarence Jones, eight year old son of c, W- Jones, was taken before the authorities for setting fire to a six-ton haystack belonging to Matt Capps, west of the JBlaekford Park. Kilmer Istrom, son of John Nordstrom, was tovolyed,>t bw not b_een_brought ( . treet ^ . x coming south »»v> ™» Ricker but It was U ^o*lMe-t6';s'top so he took, the- ditch and^'.dotag.so the car,.tuned< over twlc^fmcUanded right side up in the ditch/ r Wilhelml escaped with a wrenched/arm and numerous bruises. The car was a ^complete wreck. Newvilie'sCaris Bumped Into. Marshall Floyd Newvllle had a rear fender and one side of his Nash car badly damaged last night when he stopped to some loose gravel near West Bend.. He had been over near Cherokee with Deputy Sheriff Harris end was retarntag; home. Game Warden. Ross MoseswM behind them and could not. stop short; enough and crashed ta- to them. The Moses car had a fender and a bumper smashed also. GeojfgejSchropfer <^- Wed Sunday. jpfer, who has resided on-« ff^aas&re * married next Sunday. Sev- ago George betook himself toltfwutK and.last Sunday returned to Algopa. He was accompanied by Agnes Beach, who Is now here and is *"-«[ the home to order. ,„» ws .. having their wedding D «,«v It* the; Catholic church, after which tlty wJU be at home to their friend^,,,. •bustolss 'houses according, to realtors and-several famlllefefcrb preparing to move here as "soon"as,homes can be ;found. - , , County Fate Prosperous. -,', "Algona is a JargeV shopping center, and a headquarters for wholesale house salesmen. The largest factory in the 'city employes but fifty persons. "A new building project, schedulec to get under way soon is a $14,000 grandstand at the county fair grounds, The fair association is to excellent financial condition, according to > officials. Fair authorities have ranked the Algona county fair as one of the best two to Iowa. Beside the wife and five.children, flf- een grandchildren and three great- grandchildren mourn his going- *ne Jereaved ones have the sympathy of a arge circle of friends. Funeral services were held this afternoon at two- thirty from the Baptist church, Rev. F. H. Webster officiating. Interment was ,n Rlverview. ,te., They jtounoV ttw er huddled- v ea , clo died' soma illsm according e,,was a. cut on t the cor- Sexton Sunday , ; School Holds Picnic. Sexton, July IS. Special: The Sunday School class of the Presbyterian church, which Is taught by Margaret Hayne, held a picnic et^CaU State Park atJAlgona Thursday afternoon. The girls later went to the swimming pool and enjoyed the evefflngjWathtag. They 'were accompanied jiy Mrs. AO- olph Mikes and Mr. and Mrs, Paul Mikes and Miss Hayne. " !, Western •^ A 'meeting north Iowa and. southern Minnesota to be held at the court house hera' next Thursday evening. "Andy" Anderson, the Bell Grain Company man^atetes ' that from 75 to 100' will be In^attendance and that these meetings will be held in Algona .every six months. — — -• • • -. .-..••.... Crew is Repairing Streets of Algdha. A crew is busy this week' filling the Freight Wreck at Hartley Delays Trains. A wreck on the Milwaukee railroad at Hartley derailed eleven or more freight cars Sunday morning and caus- ***"O .. _ •*•—-•*•* l»<u«»dil*»A Tf. ed quite a delay to w is understood that<% one ot-tbe cars " tlon of'a freight one-was reported Injur which- comes-, eight' 0'ctock,, decided to body of Mr. B; corner, •on a 11 the bencrv Monday of to the a\lthorl) his forehead whi ner of the cabii—. He had gone to the do some painting T a'm „ , quite woik as he hao; taken r _ rT .,..... alls which were lying on the bettcft beside him. There were some,,. empty sacks in the building filled with'crumbs showing that he had eaten his lunch. The officers also found a half pint, bottle of alleged alcohol on & window Bill, Breckner was known as a heavy; drinker and had been in Cherokeei p or twice taking the cure, vorced from his wife a, ago, but It was rumored r soon to be remarried, now living south of r " _ brou |;ranBferriD>to : V -. of a mail-dar and.fl L ... on probably as-far-as Maspn City." train came through about-an hour later than the time the "Sioux".usually comes. Fran^onlhaas Has Two New Houses. Frank KQhlhaas, who purchased the two ley on North to his Hail school on Dodge them remodeled also involved, »w* «% n «* °^f,* u ' t ™ok lst>-eet Jw* Is havtag them remoaeiea up • M yet, Marshall Newvllle track' | JJd^State fine modern homes. The eg the boy* to West Bend where he w»w»Ji^ the 80l)th wm De _ occupl- Spencer Man Attends World Poultry Meet. Marts E. DeWoJf, the well known Spencer man, and known in Algona as the head of the Algona Chick Hatchery, has been appointed by Governor John Hammill as 'an official delegate from Iowa to the World FoiUtry congress which convenes to the Crystal Palace In London, England, July 22 to 30. This congress is called by the government of Great Britain and Ireland and is the most ambitious convention of poultry raisers ever attempted. He also goes as the represnta- tlve of several northern Iowa chick hatcheries. . •. , , Mr. DeWolf sailed from Montreal, July 12, on the S, S- Duchess of York, with the delegation of American repre- Jsentativas, He Hiftd been attending the National Baby Chick convention at Detroit, from July 1 ? to J-0, and went from there to Montreal. Following the poultry congress to London, Mr. DeWojf ,Wlll visit several continental counties, Including Bel- glum, France, Holland, Germany and probably Italy in the interests of a prominent American laboratory which is pioneering ip methods of combating contagious poultry diseases. Mr. DeWolf, a resident of Spencer, Is president of the Spencer Chick Hatchery Payed Roadls and Explodes Picked them up. The Jopes boy was brought before the Juvenile court and 7* W 7"? t:. !.!.„« -4-^ Tnwa nlt.V ff>F 6X- intense heat of feSTbe taken'to Iowa City for e* »mtoft«or». He has a.'tendency to ptey with match.es and sot fire to different in several places things, Dickinsons Arrive Home fo* Summer. J. BtcK- i^p^&^rb^^p, S-gfySw "Hi,, -ft'im ?ttfelpB&r i$ much. larger one w the south will be occupl ed by If. Belmer, the undertaker and the <rfbw has been leased by Joe Har- Algpna looses to Earth 13 to U. Fourteen golfers Journeyed to Blul Earth Sunday and took on the Bl»e Sftjh and WtonebagQ golfers. Al- 'Wj|S iefeated 13 to U, All ofthe en went up w«J Jfjpyed . * the *ub hous| wWch .is ^ WW between. SJue Earth, and " # Whittemore Boy Was Badly Hurt. Whittemore, July 15. Special: Joseph Bonstetter, son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Bonstetter, was painfully injured Saturday afternoon while working around the elevator at the home of his parents. New tin had lust been placed at tiie. bottom of the machins and the boy tripped and feU, bis arm stiiking ••*- tto cutting a gwh three lichc , owl ppnermUiw through the mus to the bone. Be was brought U Swimming Pool Was a Popular Place. During the hot days of the past week Algona's swimming pool was the cr holes in the pavement on several of the most popular place In the city. TUB treets of Algona. The city has had ' - rouble to securing material which has ust arrived. City Engineer Norris is icre and will test the base of the pav- ng on State street and determine what s best as something must be done at once, either a new surf ace or new paving. x Reported Standard Oil Will Build. It /js reported that the Standard Oil company will erect a fine brick building on the corner east of the Swift Produce Company on the spot now occupied by one of their oil stations. The front of the building will be a modern service station and the rear will be occupied by the Olapsaddle lire & Service Shop. New Milwaukee Siding is Now in. The new Milwaukee side track on North Hall street Is completed and from now on the city oil and other car load lots of freight can be unloaded at this point. The city expects their first car this week. greens after haying play ?1_-_ I Z__ U...4. i.1*n«* • mtf if >n which *<re necessary to close mvuieje .Wag the wo.und, A pi'even- ,rT,™S« iTin ol««n Iffftlnat lock 1llW. Hazel Cass Players Satisfying the People. Emmetsburg Tribune: "Mary Behave" played Monday night and "The Mouse" played Tuesday evening by the Hazel M. Cass players pleased those who availed themselves of the opportunity of seeing them. The cast to each play was well chosen and the players are very good. Phil and Peggy Hart, the dancing comedians are very popular with their audiences. The orchestra Is exceptionally good and ranks high among the musical aggregations on the road. We are assured that playsjscnedul- ed for the remainder of the week will appear .each with increasing interest and satisfying presentation. New Theater The new sign erected by Manager Rice of the Call Theatre Is said to be one of the finest moving picture house signs in the state. It is lighted and the name of the show may be read blocks away. It is very attractive and is a good advertisement not only for the Call but the whole of Algona as well. Mr. and Mrs. Rice deserve much credit for their progresslveness, The Week's Weather, High Low Rato pool opens at ten-thirty and was kept open until about ten p. m. At times over a hundred were bathing at the pool at one time. Last Friday was the oig day, the receipts:=being over $148. Thursday, they amount^ to $96.25 and the preceding Monday', including a part of Sunday's receipts, fJ34 were taken In. The total repelpts'ujp to last Monday were over $2037. 'Of this amount, 89 adult ticket. 67 family tickets, 97 children's tickets and fiB tickets for those under ten years are. included. The cool wave last' Saturday and Sunday cut down the receipts considerably. John H. Hunter Died in California. D. A. Leffert received a telegram this week stating that John H. Hunter, known In Algona and vicinity as "Whitie", died at his home at Tor- ranee, California, Sunday and will be burled at that place' Thursday. For a number of years Mr. Hunter was employed at the States .cafe and was popular with the patrons and his acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter visited in Kossuth county a year ago now and attended the Diamond Jubilee. Mrs. Hunter, who survives him, was formerly Miss Cella Meyers, her parents residing in Titonka. Mr. Hunter was a member of the Algona Masonic lodge and also of Hagg Post of the American Legion. put .orThis lot* the site of home. W. I. Na- rftaty,*art expert in build- g.aJi .'courses, is here to charge bf"the>0rk'6f building, the tees, fairways, arid greens'and it is^expected that the course will, be .open to the public some time next week vflth John Haggard In charge, These lots are well dapted to the requirement? of a small olf course,, allowing for plenty of oom, and being shaded by handsome Id oak trees allowing players to be omfortable during the ; hoti sunny days. The course will be brilliantly lighted or night playing... Mason City, Fort Dodge and all of the big cities have aken up with the small golf course and it is rated thq last word to summer sports this season. -••'" 74 73 75 .30 .80 3& ,19 .16 S3 .17 Bestenlehners in an Auto Accident. Joe Bestenlehner and some of his children were the principals In an auto accident Sunday, Joe was taking a load of malt down to Humboldt for John Lamuth and had it to a trailer attached to the back of the Lamuth car. About four miles north of Humboldt he was forced to go into the ditch to avoid hitting another car. They got the car out and were hauling it to town when the rope broke and the car again went into the ditch this time upsetting. Joe and two daughters, Dorothy and Marieta, suffered some cuts and bruises. The par was quite badly damaged. Sexton Boy Died Saturday. Richard wadleigh the nine year old eon of Mr. and Mrs, Boy Wadleigh died at his home near Sexton Saturday following several months' illness witl nephritis or Bright's disease ol the kidneys. Funeral services were held a LuVerne Sunday by Rev, A. E and the remains taken to the old at Watseka, Wluols, for bereaved parents have the sympathy of the community, Wesley Pioneer DiedmBHtt. Wesley, July 18. Special: Price Lloyd, well known to many, pf the older citizens of Wesley, died at his, home n Britt Tuesday of }ast week at 11:30 o'clock. He 'hatf beep ill ! about five weeks. Funeral services were held at his home -in "Friday '"Friday- at two o'clock, Rev. D. : -Ru6fr of the Baptist church and Willis Bbbtepn -of Storm Lake having charge "of 'the ^services at ;he home. ' ••>",' ..: The deceased -'was'Tjorn In- -England, July 12, 18H' and '-had >e lived until Saturday, wonlfl have been , eighty-six years old. He'Waa.tfie^'st :pf a 'fam- ly of six who 'came io;:Haticb;CK County as early pioneers. 1 ,He c#»ne'', to America in 1869, locating In' 'r'WscO"nsto, lat-^ er coming to Rudd, wliere hie did rail; 1 ' From there roading for a 'few he moved to his farm four miles east of Wesley, where he lived until eight years ago, moving to 'B>ltt, where he resided up to the tlms 'of his death. He was married to Mrs. Matey Seltz- Aspes at Hutchtos on July 24, 1895. His wife and one ; daughter, Mary, have proceeded, hjm in death. Two sons, John and David, and two grandchildren survive, together with a great number of other relatives among whom are four nephews, Sid, George, Willlam. and Richard Lloyd of Wesley, sons of his brother, Meredith, who died teu years ago. "Dick" Now atfthe State Convention. Congressman pickhison, Iowa's next senator, is at Des Moines this week attending the republican state convention. Senator 'and Mrs. Fred 0, Gil- chrtst of Laurence drove to Algon,a yesterday morning and Mr. Dickinson accompanied tjwm to Dee Motors, Senator Gilchrist is the republican nominee 1 fop Cong/was- and wlW ba "Dick's" successor from the tenth district. Corn .27, new ..18--' ,41*4'
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