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The Upper Des Mollies-Republican, July 30,1930 "Lloyd Elston of Butt was in the city •on business Saturday. John Torrlne of Livermore was ih Algona on business Saturday. Ed. Bartlett of Portland township was in Algona on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith spent •Sunday hi Webster city with friends • and relatives. Father Loeffelhoitz, the popular Bt, Benedict priest, was a Visitor in Algona Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris of the " West Bend territory were ih Algona shopping Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Boevers and son, Don, of Mason city were Algona \ business visitors Saturday. , . Our old friend, Jack Butler, of Lotts .Creek 'township, was reported quite ill ^ last week with summer flu. • 'Miss Patricia Rigigan came from • Omaha Saturday to spend two Weeks at thfe S. E. McM|hon home 1 . • Judge Fred Loiftlen was up 4rom " Humboldt for a shdH.time Monday at- teridlng to some legal business. Berrtard ' Blmmonsma of LeMars . Spent l&st Wednesday in Algona vlslt- ' ing his cousin, Mrs. P.. C. Scanlan. - • Mr.-, arid Mrs. William Shirley drove -•to-MinburnMowa, Sunday and spent the day with Mr, Shirley's mother. , Miss June Adele Overmyer went to Okoboji last Friday with the F. S. Nortons and spent a few days at the Nor.ton cottage. Mr. '.and Mrs. A. J. Brown and daughter/Mrs. Ruth ., Stiles went to ' Mankato Saturday to attend the f un- •eral of a relative. Miss Florence Bloom . spent a few " days^t'the home of her brother, Joe Bloom, a week or so ago. . Miss Bloom is from Minneapolis. Miss Florence?' Nelson, the office girl " at the Algona hospital, spent the week •end in Webster City tisitihg a friend, Miss Edith Erickson. Auto Inspector R. E. Moulds picked up Maurice, Brown in Estherville last week on the charge, of operating • a car under an old license. Mrs: Chas. Lathrop and daughter, .Meredith,, and Katherine Doran returned Friday from Rochester where they had spent a few days. . Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lathrop had as guests Sunday the Johnson, Beck, Jones, and Sexe families of Humboldt and. a Mr.. Ward, who lives in California. William Kenefick, who is employed by the state highway commission near Swea City, was compelled to lay off work last week on account of bronchitis. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Oliver spent, Saturday and Sunday at LeMars visiting Ray's brother, Al, who is. a linotype operator there. They also spent some time in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Casey and Mr, ,and M£s, .Otto Linds,troni' f froni' 'Mason City were 'guests at the'W. ; J. O'Brien home Monday. Mrs. 1 Casey is a sister of Mr.-,O'Brlen.\, '•• Mr.; Porter, a senior dairyH student " at Ames, is new, taking ,.VJ*giI"}Lquck'a place in the nuinber-t^reelcdw testing associatio Mr, ani Moines a •Shore were'-SUflday' visitors in Algona.' 'They visited J£r, Call's sisters, Mrs. A; Hutchison and,£trs. L. V J., Dickinsqn. >tpr. and-'MjcSt/A. H. "Kaplan^ and Miss EvelyniMjtlamud of St. Paul' visited at the Jo'eVBlopm/home,}the-.lat- t§r part of-, last week' and the first jJart of this 'week, VThe ladies are sisters of Mrs:' Bldonf/ Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Miller and two children spent Saturday and Sunday at the W. H. Goddeu home, Mr. Miller is a brother of Mrs. Godden's and is in the Comptrollers of Currency's oCice In Washington, D. C. He is to the defunct bank department. Mr. Miller was receiver of the First National Bank in Algona a few years ago. ' Mr. ahd Mrs. Joe Meurer of Wesley were Algona visitors last evening. Dr. and Mrs. Ball of Tltonka were callers In Algeria Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson spent Sunday at Clear Lake with friends on Algona Beach. H, W. Miller spent the week end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Miller at Minnesota Lake. William Barry drove to Des Molhes yesterday to see his mother, Mrs. Susan Barry, who is reported quite ill. Mr, and Mrs. Alphonse Lenslng and daughter of Bancroft were guests on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mrs. Tom Maxwell and daughters, Mabel of Dubuque and Mis, Paul. Fox of Sac City are visitors at the Backus h6me this week. , Mrs. O. Madson has been quite seriously ill with Summer flu for the past ten days, but is now reported as up and around the house. , Mr. and Mrs.'JOe Belser returned to their home in Danville, Montana, last week after an extended visit with Algona relatives and friends. Mrs. Louise Debe and Miss Barbara Pfeffer of Fort Dodge Were visiting the past week, at the home of their sister, Mrs. Frank Loss, of this city. Algona friends of M. H. Clark Of Spencer will be sorry to hear that x he was called to Hampton last Week by the serious Illness of his mother. Mr. Clark was at one time manager of the Model clothing store in Algona. Miss Dorothy Sherman came a week or so ago from New* York City for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. . C. Sheyman. Sire is employed in a law .office th New! York and expects to: leave -.for that place about August ftfSt. ' ' ' ' ;., ••• 'Mr. and Mrs. David Ward were' 1 Algona visitors from Friday to Sunday. They were .enroute. from theiy home in Red • Oak- for two weeks at Lake Okoboji. Both Mr. and Mrs.- Ward will teach in the Algona schools again this year. Challls Davenport, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davenport, is recovering from an operation for njastoid which was • performed Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Davenport is employed at the Richardson' Furniture Exchange. ,- • , Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and children returned to Algona Sunday after spending a week at the home of her parents in Emmetsburg while Mr. O'Brien was attending a convention of Northwestern. Mutual life insurance agents in Milwaukee. Kathryn Mlsbach and a friend, Elizabeth Armstrong of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the Gamma >phl?Beta sorority house party at Lake" Okoboji.' The girls are. members of. the Chapter at Iowa state college. Miss Armstrong is* a niece of Dr, and Mrs, R. H. Crawford. ^ - " ? . > • *. Mr. and' Mrs.* Robert -'Mitchell and th&e children came f saturday ( trom,DeB f_* _ _J._li. _2_llli .L» «r—l f.m^mf.^-^^fjtft . . chief Mnspeptor4f.f0r5j the JPord - ( Motor Company, * ^ } V * ~ vt- >- - <- ! Mr. and Mrs. D.vRr'steele and son, Dohajd, retiiraed to;Ajgoria Sunday af- 'ter a peeks' siay at fipirit Lake. Previous to -that- they. -had *spent a week in Ktagsfey vjflitlnfif' Mrs.' Steele's parents. Roland was taking a two weeks' vacation from his duties at th« Steele clothing store. Mrs. Gene Yachley and little son of Downer's Grove, Illinois, are visiting this week with. Algona relatives and with the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Kohlhaas, of Bode, who is ill in a. .hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Kohlhfias has been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Mike Bormann at Bode. Value of Honest We carry the .... , expert service is^back -Athena all aS well factory is back, of us. Hamilton^ Halmiark and^Elgins. ' ;..'.. our . the 25.00 & UP 24.50 ...Elgin, seven jewel; in 'white case at __—-r . i,Bulov&, 15; jewel; white •'vcase at ____^__r--- Hallmark wrist watch, gold-filled case, 0? 50 '^a/leading make, 15 jewel a t ___,. t-fc.**v Hamilton ladies' wrist 59 QQ TO 250.00 watches from - t < •;"*•;'* '-I /&'<*-& &j + '-i^<t* Elgin Strap Watch ' 21 -50 White case at -r-r"—- Other style wind at $19.00 IK A J Iff Bujoya's, 15 , 24.75 Other wakes men's strap washes as low m $7,85 F. W. Wehler & Co, Jewelers $ Optometrists. Miss Annabel Crawford had her ton- alls removed Monday morning. L. M. Chrlstensen of Esthervtite was In the city, on business yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Buiiiran and R. 8. SI m- sorh were Cherokee visitors today. Hugh tost was a business visitor to Minneapolis the first of the week. M. H. Ward of Council Bluffs Is here visiting his brother, Walter, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Steinmetz spent Sun- with the latter's parents at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderegg of West Bend were in Algona on business yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Calver were up from Port ttodge Thursday for a brief visit with friends. t R. P. Jondreau of Minneapolis visited his friend, E. J. McMahon from Friday to Monday. O. W. Churchill, state editor of the Des Moines Register, was a guest of Miss Adele Herbst over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert and Mrs. Eugene Kenefick drove to Des Moines Monday to spend a few days. They are expected home today. Katherine and John Delm went to Swea City the first of the Week to vis- It their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Delm. They will be gone about a Week. Mrs. Laura Ertiman, who for several years has made her home at Arpln, Wisconsin, since leaving Algona, has returned .and Is nOw visiting at the David Rlstau home. • , • Mrs. Nellie Van Allen is taking a week's vacation from the Christensen store, where she is employed in the ready-to-wear department. . Mrs. C. H. Williams is taking her- place. Miss Christine Wernert is back at the Goeders store after a week's vacation, a part of which she spent at Clear Lake with Mrs. Glen Brunson, who has a cottage there for the summer. Mrs, Edythe L. Dalley drove to Spirit Lake Sunday to visit her son, Bill, who is attending Camp Foster for several weeks. She was accompanied by Bob Spencer who ,1s one of Bill's ''buddies." J. B. Butler, the well known Whittemore farmer, was critically ill last week with Intestinal flu. 'He is better this week, but is still confined to his bed. His son, Edward, is employed at the Neville Shoe store. Mrs. C. B. Barry Is at Des Moines visiting her daughter, Mrs. Moore Smith and is reported in -very poor health. Her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Holtzbauer, accompanied her to Des Moines and returned home last week: Miss Ernestine Chubb left Monday for Marshalltown where she will meet Miss Marion Swanson • and together they, will drive back to Maryland. Ernestine is home -demonstration agent at Frederick, Maryland, which is about forty-five miles from. Washinton, D. C. They are making the trip In Ernestine's .car. Father T. J. pavern^and Father Gearin \of"Whitlemore;' took twenty of the girls in the eighths-ninth and tenth grades, who are members of the Flower fclirtrpf'. the St. .Cecelia's ^parish to Okobpjl. Thursday for ran all day out- g for ' ana tr%flT"V i^*^*"?* Ji " c fe*" ' * ' ^W* , ^ ^*" * , 'Mr, yand^Mrs. » Bert Cronan '.drove^'to Cedar Falls'last. week where they visited their -daughter, 1 Opal, who* is attending summer school there, They also visited at Marshalltown and Grln- nell. Opal will return to Elmhurst, Illinois, in th<5,,fall>to teach. She- 1 has taught at Elnihurst which is, located near Chicago, for, the past two. years. Miss Alice Kain .and Miss -Evelyn Bode are expected home today -from Lake Okobojl, where they had spent a week at the Oaks cottage as members of a house party of Rosary and 'Clark college students. Alice has been attending Rosary College at River Forest, Illinois, and Evelyn has been a student at Clark College in Dubuque. The Rev. 0. K. Shackelford spoke at Kanawha Sunday at a meeting of the Methodist Brotherhood. Thursday of this week he will address the W. O. T. U. organization at Swea City, and next Sunday he will talk before the Methodist missionary society at Kanawha. Rev> Shackelford is here from the west and is visiting his brother, F. H. Shackelford. Anna Buss, her mother, Mrs. D. J. Buss,. Elma Schroeder and Margaret Palmer came_home Saturday from their motor trip to the Dells of Wisconsin, .at Kllbourne, and other points including Lacrosse and Winona, Minnesota. They were gone a week. Margaret .will go to Fort Podge the first of September to accept a position with the Gates Company. Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and children were called to Minneapolis on Tuesday by the death of Mr. Nelson's sister, Mrs, Chas. Hanson, who died Sunday morning. She was about thirty years of age, and leaves two small children. Her death was very sudden and unexpected as she had apparently been in good haalth. The funeral was to be held today. Miss Nellie Devlne, who formerly owned and operated a beauty shop in Algona, has purchased the Vanity Beauty Shop in Humboldt which for several years past has been operated by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilcox. Miss Devlne will take possession August first when the Wilcox family will move away from Humboldt. Miss Devine had a very successful shop while in Algona. Her mother lives in Humboldt. Mrs. Hazel Dalziel and daughter, Irene, and Mrs. Matthew Dalziel took Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fuller to Iowa Falls Saturday where the couple will visit Mr, Fuller's brother. They will also visit at Ep worth and other points before going to Michigan, where they will visit relatives. They plan to be gone until some time in September when they will return to Algona for a short visit before leaving for their home in San Diego California. Mrs. Hazel Dalziel and daughter and Mrs. Matthew Dalziel returned home Saturday. o Mabel Cratty and her friend, Miss Dora Wallace, are here from Minneapolis for a visit at the home of MJss Oratty's stster, Mrs. O. p. Murtagh. The Minneapolis vtstors hftve both been teachers in the city schools there fpr many years. Mrs. Murtagh Wd her daughters, ' the Misses Ann, Petty ftn4 Jean, together with their vjstors spent Motad»y at Lake Qko- boji. and attended a dinner party fjly* en' to thjjr hpnoj by Jflss JjRopp at in ttia ev«Hjw. GLIDER LOOPS THE LOOP IOWA PICNIC WAS HELD AT SPOKANE Des Molnes, Special: Flights by the newest type gliders will bo among the numerous features headlining the National Aircraft Show each day at the coming Iowa State Fair and Exposition, August 20 to 29. Abovo Is a picture of Lyman Voepel and Jimmy Van Clse, two of the special glider pilots who will perform at the coming fair hero. Voopot uot only performs all the usual stunts with the glider, but I0op9 the loop, and his companion makes a parachute drop from the machine. This is a new development In glider demonstrations and has attracted widespread attention during the past month. Mr and Mrsc A. Luchslnger mid fiimlly of Wfcittemore were vta'ting a*i the G. Dearchs h< me last Tu«i • dtw. C. W.'Hopkins and W. E. Laird are expected home today from Rochester, where they have been consulting the Mayos. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway were Sutherland visitors from Saturday to Tuesday visiting with Mr. Shumway's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Sigsbee and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera spent the week end at Lake Okoboji. Standard Oil salesmen and tank wagon men held a meeting last Friday at the Algona hotel. The men came from all over the county. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Larson who live in Plum Creek are the parents of a baby boy born Tuesday at the Algona hospital. This is their fourth son. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel and daughter, Margaret, returned Monday from Omaha where they spent a week at the home of their son, Dr. Schemel. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nleman same on Saturday for a visit of a weak or tnrre with Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent. Mrs. Nleman is a sister of Mrs. Nugent. Mrs. Joe Greenberg accompanied her friend, Mrs. Gendler, of Blue Earth, to Rochester last Sunday where Mrs. Gendler went through the hospital clinic. Fred Shilts is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Shilts. Fred has a good position with the J. C. Penney ^Company at'Oelwein. John Wolfe was an Algona visitor Tuesday and today. He is now living in Mankato. Mrs. Wolfe is running a beauty shop there called the --"La jaWeir,td^attend to her. duties as" dei ijjuty recorder since last. Friday pwing to Illness piobably brought on by the excessive heat, ? , Melvin Shilts 'left Sunday for Des Moines to enter the Citizen's Military Training Camti. He visited at the .Myron Hill home' at Fort Dodge, on Sunday night. W. J. O'Brien returned home from Milwaukee Thursda* 'Mr. O'Brien had been there attending a convenr tlon of Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company salesmen. Mrs. O. J. Peterson is at Iowa City this week. Some time ago she fell and injured her shoulder and is taking treatment for the injury. Her daughter, Ida, accompanied her. Mrs. Elsie Cady had been on the sick list the past two weeks and confined to her bed a part of the time. She is now recovering slowly. She had an attack of gall bladder trouble. Mrs. O. P. Doyle of Minneapolis is visiting her friend, I^Irs. Nellie McMahon. She arrived ' in Algona last Friday. Mrs. Doyle formerly lived in Emmetsburg as did Mrs. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Larson of Minneapolis expect to move to Algona on August first and occupy apartments in the Otto Falkenhainer home. Mr. Larson Is the manager of this district for the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wlilson and daughter, Shirley Jean, of Algona and Mrs. Lester Thompson and son, Cleo, of Ottumwa spent from Thursday to Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mr. Wilson travels for the O, C. Prouty Company. Mr and Mrs.' W'Sson and faml'." oC Glendale, California, were pleasant, callers at the G .Dearchs home Saturday. Mrs. Wilson will be remembered as Miss Lottie Holdridge, who for several- years was a nurse at the Algona hospital. Mrs. Laura Paine and daughter, Marie, and George Free, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday and attended a Paine family reunion at a park in that city. There were about thirty-five or forty present and they came from all over northern Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hicks and little son, Bobby, of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Cash and little daughter, Mary Caro), of St. Joseph, Missouri, are visiting the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson of Union township this week. Kathleen Evans, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans, drove to Iowa Falls Saturday with County Treasurer and Mrs. H. N. Kruse to attend the Baptist Assembly, which is being held there this week. Dr. and Mrs. Evans expect to go to Iowa Falls Thursday for some of the meetings. Patients at the Kossuth hospital this week are litle Jane Mayer of Wesley, who was operated on Friday for mas- told; Challis Davenport of Algona, who was operated on Saturday for mastoid; Mrs. Floyd Pasley of Sexton, who underwent a major operation Wednesday; Paul Hanson of Bode, who was in an auto accident a couple of weeks ago which Injured his arm so badly that gangrene set in, The young man died Thursday. Jane Mayer and Chal- lls Davenport were dismissed a few days later, following their operations. Other dismissed patients are Frank 0ron.ba.Qlj and Mrs. Neimer of Wver- more, a medical patient. She was able to return to her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson left on Tuesday for Clear Lake where they will spend the week. Mrs. Byron Caldwell of Gray Lake, Illinois, is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard. Miss Trade Holtzbauer returned home last week from California, where she had been spending a few weeks. June Bolenus of Burt has recently returned from Mason City where she had a minor operation at the Park hospital. Al Falkenhainer and son, Melzar are expected home today from Mitchell, South Dakota, where they had gone on business Tuesday. Mrs. L. A. Peck of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, will .leave tomorrow after a visit of a week at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Frankl. Olivia and Lillian Krcssln and Alva Van Deest are spending the week at Clear Lake. Olivia and Lillian are telephone operators and Alva works in Hawcott and.Ogg's. Robert Harrington came home Saturday from Fort Crook, Nebraska, where he had spent six weeks at the Reserve Officern' Training Camp. He was 'accompanied by Virgil 'Lewis of Lakota and Sanford Stoddard of Shell Rock. Mrs. Robert' Raney of Lemmon, South Dakota,. is in Mercy hospital, Mason City, taking medical treatment. Mrs. Raney, who is the wife of "Bob" Raney, former well known and popular Algona boy, has been in ill health for a year or so. Her folks live at Mason City. ; Dr. and Mrs. B. Goodnow, of Hutchison, Minnesota, spent the week end here with their .son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. D. D.'Goodnow. P&D. Goodnow is a salesmen for the Swift Company and takes the place of '0, ,B. Wilson. Mrs Goodnow is "a niece^f Mrs L. G. Baker. - '* \^,,Biiri* ( 0at Field, John-Uken, a farmer living-about three miles northwest of Titonka-jwas busy yesterday plowing and raki&g up thlstles^'He had a^pile and' ifiought to destroy them by burning with the result that the Are got away from him and burned up the oat shocks on twenty-five acres. The fire department was called out and assisted in putting the flre out.•!.••• . "•"••:< •••-• HIGH LIGHTS AT THE 1930 IOWA STATE FAIR 300 Acres of Exhibits and Entertainment Features. National Livestock Show—0,000 head of America's finest horses, cattle, swine and sheep. Farm Exposition—Hundreds of exhibits of prize grains, fruits, produce, farm projects, etc., from all parts of Iowa. Boys and Girls' Club Congress— Over 2,000 junior farmers, in 8 days of exhibits, demonstrations and judging. Machinery and Auto Show— Forty acres of the newest types of farm machinery, home conveniences, autos, trucks and tractors. Women's Exposition—Two great buildings filled with women'a exhibits, programs, lectures and demonstrations. National Gladiolus Show—America's largest, most gorgeous floral exposition. Horse Races— 5 days of tho fastest racing in the midwest (or over $20,000 In purses. Auto Races—2 days, August 22 and 29; world famous champions competing Cor big purses "The Awakening" — Mammoth 150,000.00 open air spectacle of ths progress of man through the ages; gorgeous settings, beautiful ballets, brilliant fireworks. Every night. Hippodrome—15 of the greatest circus attractions of America and Kurope, afternoon und evening. 7 Great Bands and Orchestras, including nohumil Kryl and his Hand. National Air Show and Air Races, day and night, gliders and pianos of every type. Free Camp—100 acre camp ground, with every convenience, opou to visitors free. Premiums—Over §142,000.00 Dates—Aug. 20-29 Every County Represented in Annual Gathering of Former Iowa Citizens. THOUSAND HEAE PIONEER STORY. Pioneer Daysa nd Ways Told by Historian Dnhatn. Crow Calling Contest a Frnlnre. nic. ssfd Mr. Warne, so the crow call* )ng was substituted. "Judges decided that the call emitted by John A. Wilson* Spokane, was most likely to deceive the unwary cro* and ho received a celluloid parrot, the coveted honor of champion and Mr. Wilson had to call twice to ptove his superiority, being tied the first time by C. K. Warne. "Tlie next ranking event Wfts the corn shelling relay staged . by two teams of eight men each. Equipped with white cotton gloves and an ear of drioil corn, the contestants worked feverishly and in their hurry to hand the gloves to the next participant often dropped them while supporters of the other side cheered Wildly. BULL IS HALED TO COURT The Spokane lown jplcnlc was held at Spokane last Saturday. Every county In Iowa was represented and over 1,000 ore reported to have been in attendance. The following list of Kossuth county people were listed as present, but as many more former Kossuth county people are living In thnt Vicinity, the list may not be complete. Those mentioned were: Mrs. Lena Herman Llndsey, formerly of Algona; Elizabeth Mitchell, Mrs. Mary Mrs. S. E. Goldsmith (Sherwood), Algona;; Elizabeth Mitchell, Mrs. Mary Echelbarger, J. E. Echelbarger, and Mrs. Bessie Echelbarger, formerly of Ledyard. Speaker Lauds Iowa. The Spokane paper, hi telling of the picnic and the address by Hostoman Durham, says: "Iowa in the days of stage coaches, steamboats, and forty cents a bushel corn was recalled by N. W. Durham, local historian, in his talk on "Pioneer Days and Ways," at the annual Iowa state picnic at Manito Park Saturday afternoon. "Nearly 1,000 ex-Iowans gathered there from Spokane and many Inland Empire towns!, heard the speaker praise the faith and iron determination of the earlier citizens of Iowa, who pushed across the plains by way of the Oregon trail into the northwest country. They were among the pioneers in developing the rich agricultural districts of this region. Year's Groceries $200. "Mr. Durham remembered that when he was a young man in Iowa, camp meetings, mammoth picnics and poll- tics played big parts In the life of the people. He also recalled that sorghum took the place of sugar and that the average family's grocery bill seldom exceeded $200 annually. "After a few words by C. T. Tupper, president of tho Iowa State club, there was a pause in the program during which the old acquaintances were renewed and newcomers from Iowa were introduced to the crowd. Mlssourlans Are Accused, f? "Declaring that Iowa had untold quantities of fine corn and'-that the fanners there were pestered by flocks of crows, O. K. Warne, program 'chair..^-- the biggest hit of.thel tionar hofir calling cti by priority rights to bfllong.«oleiy to toe lowans, £ad been appropriated' by tfte Missourlans to their annual . - ' ' ' ' Placed on Trial for Hindering Development and Prosperity of Dairy Industry. . fnillstctl for robbery, larceny, and a few other fluch e.harRPS,' Scrub Bull wont on trial Cor Ills .life ,nt Laurel, Mississippi, recently. It seems thnt for aomn tlmo people hi\d suspicions thnt Mr. Dull was hindering the right arid lawful dovolopmant ol the 1 dairy imUistfy, thereby ' "mnlltlouslj' and wilfully lowering production 'and decreasing profits In ijte dairy business," says the Bullqtin r>t the American Bankers Assonlation: Agricultural •Commission In commenting on, the case. ' ' ' ' .'',.! This, it says, was tha first' trial of its klndNsver held in. that Beetle^ and was attended by several hundred poo- pie. The jury', "representing ev^ry vocation within tha boundaries. -of the Laurel trade territory, rendered a unanimous ,.y«rdict of "guilty." The death, sentence was pronounced, "but during' the"ri!itit, %efore. tile sentence could be carried out, 'friends o£ the convict secretly Bpttlted 'him 'away and he has not beesl seen 1 since." Tho arraignment canfi6 ; . d*rli»B the Milk Products Show ap'onspr^d try the banks of Laurel. People attending the show had the opportunity. of also attending the bull's "trial" and. went away flrmly convinced of th» seriousness of lax and out-of-date methods in : the pursuit of dairying. The purposes of both the Milk Products Show and tho trial were to develop public and better Jerseys; cooperative spirit Hvestock growlngi eradication. ,, ,jJv t The banks 6Mjiuw4ietiter«d Into forts ' urn's .to ttio-|mt8 throughout th 1 »_ l_>_£-i._ ^iij_Z,M. Rummage -* -—,n(t Mrs. F. L Tribou will hold a rummage sale^ioi' •' Christenson's basement Saturday, August 2, be-* beginning atn8:30 a. in. I will liavo! : ',lVpady--to-wear in good sizes and at a low priee./Spring coats in good choice of color and sizes. Silk underwear, silk hose, bolts of silk, wash goods, table linens, curtains, ready made'' house dresses, children's drosses, bathing suits, and you'll find many other rare .bargains' on the tables. Mr. Christensen has given me more goods, better goods and much lower prices than any sale I have had before. This is a sale where cost is forgotten; Come Early and Shop in a Cool Basemnt< Mrs. F. L Final Final Windup of Our Summer Sale and all 2.45 100 pairs of men's oxfords, all sizes kinds, many worth up to $5.00, your choice final wind up this week at ._ 150 pairs of ladies straps, pumps and tit's. No price on 2.45 Attention paid to wholesale or retail this Jot, your choice, any pair for 125 pairs of girls' patent leather one strap sandals at 1.25 Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA. ax8xa&x^^

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