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Upper Des Moines-ftepitblican, August 20,1930 News Items siwte sepfefabw i, School will start Monday, gepfem- ' ber first. Studies And outlines 'will be arranged the first day and every stud- git is urged to be present. Recitations and study will begin on Tues* flay, September second. The pupils will have one day oft fof 'the fair, day has hot yet been decided IffiOft by the board, but it Will no doubt be Tuesday as this is School Day a 1 the fair. The faculty for thils year is as follows: Superintendent, G. D, Bel« ken, mathematics; principal, E. D White, coach and science; Miss Mable Brandt, home economics and girls' Cbach; Miss Violet Watterfc, English and music; Miss Marjorle Klelnhex- 01, seventh and eighth grades; Miss Lily Rasmussen, fifth and sixth grades; Miss Nettle Wefebrod, third and fourth grades; and Miss Matilda Kressln, first i(nd second grades. fit E, Aid Society- Tile M. E. Aid society held their regular meeting in the church parlor last week Friday afternoon. The vice president, Mrs. John Light, had charge Of the meeting .which was opened by ft song and devotlonals followed by the treasurer's report from the stand run Legion day. The net proceeds amounted to ninety-five dollars. This will be held as a helping fund toward the painting of the auditorium of the Church whenever the official board decides to have it done. A suggestion was made in regard to running a stand at the county fair, but the proposition was turned down. Election erf officers will be held at the next meeting, September 19, one month earlier than usual so the yearly report may be sent in in time for conference. The hostesses were the Mesdames E. C., E. A., Elmer and Edward Welsbrod. Guests at Algona— The local auxiliary of the Women's Foreign Missionary society were the guests of the Algona chapter last week Thursday. Mrs. O. J. stephenbon of this :plfice was leading hostess assisted by the Mesdames Julia Brace, H.B. Maaqn, Weber and Gaskell of ,• Algona. Dainty refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Those attending from Fenton were: Mesdames R. C. Goetch, Chas. Wels- brod. John Bolllnger, Earner Welsbrod, H. P. Welsbrod, J. F. Newel, W. J. Welsbrod, Wilbert Holdorf, Sam Warner, Ohas. Glaus, Rex Wolfe, O. G. Humphrey arid Miss Irene Newel. The, meeting was held at the Gail Slate Park and was greatly enjoyed by the visitors. Visits Fenton— Miss Lola Llndsey, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J k»Tjindsey, during the past week left tnday morning for a few days' out? tat! Lake Okoboji. From there she "Carroll for a short visit with ^slstere, Mrs. Harold .Kathleen and Bernice ainder of her va- to spend visiting ing completion on the Ed. Slel farm sdutheast of town. The building Is found in shape and Is built of brick. It U thirty-seven by twenty-one feet With a capacity of four thousand bushels. The masonry Work was done by workmen from Mason City while O. O. Humphrey and his assistants are doing the" carpenter Work. This will make a nice additori to his already finely improved farm, Phillip Wander and John Wegner Went to Chicago Saturday night with shipments of cattle. Jens Nordahl spent last week visit- tog with friends in Sioux City and his aunt at Adrian, South Dakota. Miss Juanita Underkofier of Britt was a dinner guest In the E. C. Wels- brod' home Wednesday evening. Herman Bohn returned home last week Thursday from Savannah, Mis- sourl, where he took treatment for cancer. Mrs. R. C. Goetch and son, Richard, Arthur Prlebe, and Mrs. F. J. Wete- jrod wert Fairmont visitors last week Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Langerman of Fairmont visited at the home of the former's father, Henry Langerman oh Sunday afternoon. Willard Menz, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Menz, entertained a number of friends Sunday at his home in honor of his fifteenth birthday. A. J. Krause, Wm. Stlgman, Frank Humphrey, Alex Radig and John Fuhr drove to St. Paul Sunday to look for feeding cattle and hogs. Clarence, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Weber Yeager, spent a few days at the home Bancroft Boys Band At Thonka Indian Day Bancroft Kid Band, directed by J. F. Oranzow. of Algona, which played for the celebration. visit with Mrs. Bf Iken's parent. l*r. 1 per. Mrs. Wolfe remained here to es- and Mrs.-A. C. Jr.hnson, of Rad"\'.I?, slst In .the cafe during the abs°nc; of Molnes after in -r ,'• solo was also a special feature* ot; the service^sung.by Margare.t Steph an agricultural missionary from China will speak at the evening .service. Efeave for Idaho- Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod took the Misses Verna and Luella Kohlstad to Jefferson, Iowa, Sunday where they met Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rlttagen, who bad spent the summer visiting with relatives at Perry and various other points In Iowa. The girls will accompany the Rittagens to Caldwell, Idaho, where Verna will teach, while Lu- •ejla will go to Tillimook, Oregon, to teach. This is her second year of teaching at Tillamook. Corn Crib ond Granary— A -new corn crib and granary is near- of. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yeager, at Algona last week. Miss Emma Dolstrom, who is employed at the telephone office, spent the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jenson at Fox Lake. Homer Huskamp, Clarence Arbogast, Lawrence Hantelman and. .Clarence Osbbrn left Sunday for North Dakota and Canada in search of work. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Meyers and son, Kermit, of Perry stopped at the Dennis Smith home Tuesday. They were enroule to Wilmar, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod were viators Sunday at the John Dettman ibme hi Burt. The' Weisbrods and Dettmans are old acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. Airier Cody and family of Evans, Minnesota, came last week Friday for a visit at the Lars Finnestad home and with other relatives. Mrs'. Earl Weed and family of Pelican Lake, Wisconsin, came Saturday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. F. Warner, northeast of town. The Wilmar Hantelman family moved last week Tuesday into the Mrs. H. E. Ohm residence which was recently vacated by the John Cole family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl 1 Osborri were entertained : at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, at a seven o'clock dinner Sunday ...x..v_. at :tne,Cpltoii;fcoine. and the occaion iss .Agn 'it,,,; entertained,tier and'tne' Mines fren¥"NeweTand*FarncesqBailey atea 1 picnic" afr the&Mike.iWelsbrod' grove; east of town Sunday. Miss Jessie Harmon of Waseca, Minnesota, visited friends and relatives in ?enton several days last week. She was a teacher hi the local school for the past three years.' Mr. and Mns. William Stimple of near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, called briefly on Mrs. Mary Harsch and John Light, who are cousins of Mrs. Stimple, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Lindsay and daughter, Lola of Iowa City, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Lindsay's daughter, Mrs. Earl Osborn, in Seneca last Friday evening. Superintendent G. D. Belken ar.d family left Srttuiclay for a few ilr.ys' and to attend a rtunlon of the Jrbn- son families Maynard Stephenson of Algona is spending an enforced vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson the past week due to an attack of the flu. He is in. the employment of Archie Michel, drainage engineer of Algona.. . Mr .and Mrs. William Donahue, Jr., of near Emmetsburg, are the parents of a baby girl since last week Tuesday.. She was named Maxine. Mr. Donahue is the son of William Donahue of near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holdorf of Ceylon were, entertained at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyhl Sunday. They also visited at the home of Mr. Holdorf's brother, Wilbert, during the evening. Silas Hnnestad returned to Chicago Sunday after a .week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pinner stad and with other relatives. He is employed hi the Stewart Warner Radio Corporation in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Filer of Council Bluffs came over Sunday from Emmetsburg, where they had been to attend a meeting of veterans of Company K of Palo Alto county, Saturday afternoon. .:They were guests at the H. P. Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schulte and family left last week Sundey for a visit with Mrs. Shulte's sister, Mrs. Arthur Coleman at Leister-"Prairie. From, there her parenfe, who will leave for Elgin, LUnois, Tuesday morning for. a Visit with relatives of Mrs. Laurltzen. Mr. Wolfe returned home Sunday evening. The American Legion Auxiliary wi'J meet Ibis week Monday night in the Legion rooms with Mesdames O. F. C. Iiaage and Harry Widdell as. hosisrt- fiS. . . ' they went to Mineapolis to visit with another sister, Mrs. Chris Temphi. They returnedT home Wednesday. Mr. arid Mr?, W. J. Welsbrod and granddaughter,'Jean Denker, wers.«n- tertained at a fathering at the Nnt.,- man Cotton iome In.LonejRpck Su;i- The-Geprge AnguJS fatnlly. J«oria Mack and Herman Wise were .business callers in Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs. tjoyd Steven, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Mack'-Wise were shopping hi Algona Monday afternoon. MJS. John Steil and family visited Sunday with Mrs. Frank Erdman, who is at the Algona hospital after having an operation. • : Theodore Armand of Blue Earth, Minnesota, is spending a week visiting with his:uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Balk and family. Herman Kutschara and sons, John, and Henry and daughters, 'Rose and Minnie, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Diedrich home west of town. Everett Steven, small son of Mr. and' Mm. Harvey Steven, had his adenoids and tonsils removed hi Algona Monday morning. He was brought home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. McBUnley Kaler of Sibley, niihols,. visited one day last week with her sitiser, Mrs. L. P. Bret- They were on their way to the Illfhy Worry ? About canning fruit "when you can buy 12 cans of assorted fruits for 18c per can. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 6 cans, assorted for 1.18 O £. 12 cans, assorted for This is a hot shot. I want to see how many are reading my ads. If you read this you will surely buy some of this fruit, White's Grocery A^^ X-Ray Diagnosis Modernly equipped x-ray laboratory for taking pictures and microscopic examinations of the chest, abdomen and all extremities. Special attention to sinus infections and all fractures. Dr, W, D, Andrews Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat X-Ray ALGONA, IOWA. vwvv^ ir~Harry' .tiaase«naa sew teen killed hi the same manner. farmers^ in the .Jocality are'.-on.-t!he Watch; in" hpp& of locating the offender,,,* ^^' ^. . .^ .«Ur . rfi/--,-,' .. The Wm. BftUey. family of Marshall. Minnesota, visited at .the home of Mr. Bailey's father, Frank Bailey/' last week Tuesday. Miss Francis Bailey accompanied them home where she remained until Saturday when she returned to her home on the train as far as Armstrong and her father met her there. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Welsbrod entertained Sunday in honor of the birthday of the latter's mother, Mrs. John Bollinger, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. John Bolllnger and child- en, Harvey, Kenneth, and Clair, Mr. and Mrs. George Bollinger and daugh- er, Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brass, VIr. and Mrs. Allan Bollinger and Miss Sldora Hengel. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean and Miss Edith Laage left arly Saturday morning for Owatonna, Minnesota, for a few days' visit at the home of their friend, Miss Nell Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Van Odsol and children, Miriam, Robert, .Frank, Jr., and James of Morrison, Illinois, were Sunday dinner guests at the J. F. home. They were enroute to Lake Okoboji where they will spend heir vacation. Miriam and Irene New;1 were room mates while attending the girls' college at Rockford, Illi- lOlS. The funeral of John Fitzpatrick of Emmetsburg was held there on. Thursday forenoon of last,week. Mr, Fitzpatrick was a former Fenton resident and was well known around here, haW ng lived on the Mike Weifebrod farm east of town about twenty..years ago. Those attending the funeral from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welsbrod, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss. Mr. and Mns. Chris Godfredson entertained at their home in Rlngsted ast week Monday evening in honor of the latter'B mother, Mrs. John Dempsey's birthday. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. John Lukenbill and children, John, Jr., and Mary Lillian, the Myron Alderson family of Fentqa and the Glen Sharp family of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mite. Carl Wolfe of Latlmer were entertained at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chius. Laurltzen Sunday at the home of Mr. Wolle's brother, Rex Wolfe for sup- their grandparents,'Mr.-arid Mrs. George Olsen, northwest of town. -^Mr, ( aW'Mnf?>FJ i&tfSr e&owit -^nd J-^LJfcn-s* Mrs. Mayme Bernhard and son, J. C. Bernhard and Miss Irene Heustan of St. Paul are visiting at the John Bernhard home this week. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Kollasch and children of Blue Earth, Minnesota, visted at the Charles and Joseph Kollasch homes last week end. Sister Mary Annette and Sister Mary Harriet of Dubuque are visiting at the home of their brother, Arthur Renger, and other local relatives this week. Dr. Ed. Nemmers of Chicago spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Nemmers. Rev. and Mrs, Charles Bryden and daughter, Helen, and Mervin Burgess left .Thursday for Benson, Minnesota, for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilhelml and son, Adam, and. Mrs. H. K. Lampe and baby left Thursday for Salem, South Dakota, for a visit with relatives. Mrs. J, J. Nurre,. daughter Sylvia, and sons Jack and Leo, spent the Week end at the home of the former's brother, Henry Lenz and family at Wilmont, Minnesota. Miss Marie Sherman left Thursday for Los Angelefe, California, where she will attend Junior college of the. southern branch -of the University of California next year. Mrs. Barbara Bolster and children of .Wichita, Kansas, arrived last Thursday for a .week's visit at the Charles Stauder home and with other relatives and friends. . "Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh and children' left Monday for Reddick; Illinois, where they will vfelt the lady's father. They will also visit the t former'B :ents at Chicago^ _„. William E^SfWelp' and Visiting at the R;vJ.: Welp, home week.. The former Is theimother, and — JM - a brotfiernof'Ray.r""* •"**"• -* and' Mra .cfeorge^ children j Well Satisfied 1 hear lots of people say that If they.hadit, to.do ^efr, thej would do differently. Not me, I would Jusit Uke: to behacSUifty years and do the same things and leftd the satoe life> ovet again. 1 would court the same girls, marry the on«> 1 did, and live to.the same towris. So far 1 have found this a pretty good old W«d, full of good people, ,and always ready to.help a. guy -thata on the square. I have had some troubles, but £ost>of.ttttttt never happened. Prom early childhood, I have always> trie* to uSk on the bright side and get some fun, even out of a bank failure. Taikins about fun, the time to have it tewhen you are young. If you wait until you are old, you are clear in the soup _ as far as having a good time is Concerned. 1 remember when going to country school Mary Enk and I used to play hookey and hide in Mike Bahon's straw stack until time to go home. It was lots more fun than looking at the old spinning wheels at Forest City. Later on, 1 went to work m the shoe store and had a love affair With Sarah Roe. Sarah was a wonderful lover and got into it so deep that> she was no good as a clerk. The boss said that a customer could steal her underwear and she would not know anything had happened, so he fired both of us. Those were the good old days full of love, romance and thrills. Of courae, there Is plenty of fun In. the world today and as to thrills. When the wife grabs the rolling pin, 1 get one if I fail to make the back door in time. All in all, 1 am enjoying the sunset of life. 1 like to sell, shoes. 1 like to meet ,the old customers. I like to be active, A fellow might as well wear out as rust out. We have a store full of shoes and more coming, also a car load of overshoes and rubber footweari on the road, so I guess it is oil up the old frame, set the carburetor for more gas and step on it a little harder. Hustle Is the word from how to Ohrlstmals. THE SHOE MAN Algona, Iowa. veriM! 'fire " E.. McEnroe,and-son, Leslie, returaed home^Mpnday Afternoon from a trip to' Quebec,' Canada, Niagara Falls, and Boston, Massachusetts. They were "gone four weeks and had a very enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and children, Mrs. Sarah Wise, Nell and Mary Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and children, and Mrs. Medieth Burger of Burt were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, south of town Sunday. Mr. and Mre. John Roelfsema and family of Lakota and Mrs. R. H. Batton and daughter, Bertha of Bricelyh, Minnesota, and William Chollett of Thompson were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr .and Mrs. John Batton, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, east of town are the proud parents of a ten pound boy born to them Thursday evening of last week. Mrs. Drusillu Noble is caring for the mother and baby. This makes two boys and five girls hi the family. BANCBOPT NEWS, J. J. Dooley of Algona was a business visitor hpre. Friday, Mrs,.', Henry Lampe . , been visiting relatives at Carroll the pafet week. Miss' Evelyn Bebrmanp'. left Saturday for Tama, for a visit with relatives., ' t .. .... . The Nick Nemmers crew are painting the St. John's Catholic school this week. Miss Viola Ernest of Cedar Rapids has been visiting with Bancroft friends the past week. Mrs. Carrie Conlon of Superior is visiting with her sons, Clarence and Adelbert and families. Miss Carmel Elbert of Algona spent the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lensing are and. other Schuyler, traffic superintendent' Mr.' Andrews,' traffic, supervisor of,.the Northwestern Bell Telephone' Company' of Mason -'City .were visiting, the > local telephone exchange here Wednesday^ Mr. arid Mrs. A. W. Kennedy* accompanied by the former's sister, Mrs. Camilla Sandberg of Oakland, California, left Thursday for Hutchison, Minnesota, where the latter will visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Kennedy. Mr. arid Mrs. Lee Brown and daughter, Ruth Ann, accompanied by Francis Berens, left Sunday for the former's home at , Omah)i,, after several weeks' visit with relatives .and friend here and hi Minnesota. Miss Berens will spend this week visiting relatives there. •'.-.•.... Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schemmel, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vaske, Mrs. Joe Vaske and Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Fangmau and daughter, Jean i Ellen, left Friday, for Cold .Springs, Minnesota, to attend the funeral orlftank Froehle who dle4 on Thursday, He was a former resident of this community. The Misses Dorothy and Regina Schiltz were hostesses to a miscellaneous shower at the latterfs home Monday evening in honor. ..of -.Miss Veronica Schiltz who is soon to become. toe bride of Henry Rustemeier. Cardfe were played after which a delicious luncheon was served, ,The bridejito^be vas the recipient of many useful and beautiful gifts, Friday. Is the Mr. and Mrs. F,' L.' Miller' attended the Jubilee celebration at Forest City Tuesday, LuElla Potter returned last week after visiting with friends at Ames and Iowa State College. The F. L. Zeigler family Qf AJgpna and the R. E. Morgan family were at child on LOANS $50 to $300 obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. Can be repaid by small equal monthly payments. Our new payment extension plan protects YOU when sick or out of employment. For immediate SERVICE call, write or phone 598, CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALGONA, IOWA. Representing Federal Finance Co., DCS Molnes 52-M Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sadler of Cascade spent the week end at the home of the latter^ father, Andrew B.oyer. Georgia and Evans Carmean left on Saturday for Leon, Iowa, for a few days' visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp and children left Monday for Waterloo for a visit at the Dr. Lawrence Welp home. Joe WhaTen of Mason City wafc visiting with Bancroft friends Wednesday. He was a former resident of this vicinity. Hayden Hood who Is working in Des Molnes, is visiting at the home pf his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Hood and family. Miss Edrls Delaney of Fort Dodge spent the past week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and family. Mrs. M. L. Schiltz and daughter, Margaret spent Friday at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Joe Prieliter and family. W, H. Brandow of Chapin spent Saturday and Sunday here looking after business. The George BrOeUman family occupy his farm here, daughter, Harriet, left Tuesday of last week for their home in Denver, after visiting here with friends and Mrs. Brown's parents, the R. J, Hutchison family in Algona. Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Mr. and i. E. 8. Skilling, now pf Algona, be. . came ill Monday with hermorrhage of the nose and gums, caused from an infection of the blood vessels. Mrs. Archie McDanlete of Sioux Rapids, was a visitor last, week Wednes day at the D. D. Sparks home. Her mother, Mrs. L. J. Brown; and son, Kenneth of Boone, where were visit- tag here, returned home with her. The Oliver Bakken family now of Algona, went to Westbrook, Minnesota, Friday, visiting until Monday with Mrs. Bakken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson and other relatives. ' The Ladies' Aid society met last week Wednesday with Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson. Thirty-one were present. The subject of the lesson was "Life." .A former, member, Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, and husband of near Irvington were present. Messrs, and Mesdames Wm. .Brown and Dan Saddoris of Jordan spent Saturday and Sunday nights at the home of the former's brother, G. W. Brown. Sunday they were at the Brown reunion and Monday with a niece, Mrs. D. D. Sparks ,and family........ Mr. and Mr& M. H. Bbals of Clinton, Minnesota, their son,' Victor and wife and two sons of Des Moines spent a wek or; BO; ago Saturday,, night at a week' ago t Saturday*! Gordon Kuhn.home'uF* Modern Beauties Ackley World: Miss America, afterward* qualifying as '''Miss Universe/' is a; New Orleans high' School girl, 17 years" of age; five feet, six inches tall? sh*e;-welghs 122 pounds, wears her hair long, ihas never "bobbed" it and is ' de- scrlbed as "girlish." That Is-qUite •sufficient so far as the beauties go who entered, but there are girls "on the prairies of Iowa'/' who are not parading' their charms,' but they are the queens of the earth. Modesty, arid that outclasses certain other attractiveness, -is. a priceless possession that some of the professional '"beauties" do not seem to possess. Fined fbr Driving With Wrong License. George Larson iwas fined ten dollars and costs by Justice A. Hutchison the latter part of last week for operating a motor vehicle with Improper license plate's.' •'-••:' en In all .were .... ._,. Brown'family reunion held at the Call State Park. ,,„..' ' >•*•>(.< * "Mrs. R. 8. Fry is at Buffalo Center this week arid: Was there last week also, cooking for a, lady while the latter is on a vacation. Mite, G. W. Brown will therefore be hostess to the Mothers and Daughters club Thursday of this week. Roll call will be ans- will be a paper, "Facts on .„ ....... wered .with Blbel verses arid there will be a paper," "Facts on Alstronoriiy," by Mrs. O. 8, Moore •..••• iiiitKeran Gburcb. l^ Wometfs' Missionary society , will ' meet at Lusher Hall on Friday at' two- thirty. The -hostesses will be Jrfrs. Brundage, 1 • Mrs. Mahan, Mrs." Hovey, and Mrs. Nelson. : ; . .For Sunday: Sunday school at ten a. m. and -morning worship at ten-forty* five a. m. — O. E. Olsson, pastor. Over Labor Day "" Saturday, Aug. 3 • " -*fj^?5,^ prf ''» i " • I'M '• i •' • ' Good in-, coaches, only. Return-Ing, leave Chicago .not ..later than Monday, September first, Good In sleeping cars on. pay-; ment for space occupied. Return limit, September 15th. For farther particulars ask Local I-- . .T , ,. ' .1 The Milwaukee Road 3034 H W, POST Dray and Tram for Phone 898, Algona, low* •ge, ftraying ' Hauling. Every n«t low W d»n»to do »U kind* oi hauling. TO KNOfceAI^CTOSW T0« HE'S G&TTIN' IT WHILE ITS C Quality Goals are our Aim. We can't sell all the coal, so we sell only the best, A Good Place to Buy Coal,

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