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The Upper Des Moines-Hepublica^i, September 3,1330 .STUNT DRIVER, IS HERE Will Drive Plymouth Car for One Hundred Hours With No Stop. LOCKED TO STEERING WHEEL OF CAB. Invites Anyone to Bide with Him. Started Tuesday Afternoon and Finishes Saturday. Jack Mack, a stunt driver, Will drive one of the Elbert Garage's new Plymouth automobiles one hundred hours without stop. Mr. Mack is a Creston, Iowa, boy and has been doing these stunts for the past two and a half years, and gave three successful exhibitions during the pest month at Fort Dodge, Mason City and Albert Lea. On September 16, he will drive at Spencer. He started this drive at the grand stands at the fair grounds here Tuesday at three o'clock. He asks that people driving cars to give him consideration, although he is allowed to stop one minute to avoid a collision or accident. The car is refilled with gas and oil while in motion and Mr. Mac* cats his meals in the car. He invites anyone to ride who may wish and if signaled he will slow down so that they may enter the car. The question is, will he be able to finish the drive. If he does, he will stop at the Elbert Garage, then go to the'Hotel Barber Shop for a shave and shampoo. Aftfir this he will go to the Foster Furniture store where a bed will be in'readiness for him and where will sleep and rest in the show window. | ,Mr. ,Elbert is offering prizes to tho two persons who will guess the nearest Three Rural Mail Carriers Retired. Three well known -mail Men retired from' service September first. W. H. freeman, who -for many years has been a railway man clerk on the Algona-Chamberlain run on the O. M. & St. P., has been In the service for thirty-seven years and now retires. A. J. Shea Of Dubuque, who has run Into Algona for a long time, has been In the service for forty-two years on the Dubuque and Algona on the Milwaukee road and has many friends In Algona who will miss him. Both of these faithful servants of Uncle Sam are Well known all along th° Milwaukee line and are now ready for a well-earned rest. . Gilbert Sheppard, rural mall carrier out of Algona, also retires and his route Is consolidated with the other two rural routes. Mr. Sheppard entered the service In 1913 at Ledyard and was later transferred to route four of Algona. Later when the four routes were consolidated he became carrier on route one. He has been faithful and honest in his* labors and his patrons will miss his dailj visits. Blow Out Threw Car Into Ditch. Whlttemore, September ?,. Special: William Langerman of Penton and his two daughters, Geneva and Josephine of Whittemore were at Port Dodge Sunday and met with an accident near Badger when returning home in the evening. A tire blew out, which turned the car up side down in the ditch. All three received slight injuries. Geneva, who was driving, had her arm badly hurt. She was taken to a doctor's office in Humboldt and her Injuries dressed. The car was only damaged about the fenders. Swimming Pool Closes Saturday. Mayor Albert Ogren announces that number of miles traveled In the one I the swimming pool will be closed next hundred hours. Club Entertained Saturday for the season. Over $3.500.00 was taken In during the season but there was no check on the number of people who took advantage of th , _ _ , pool. Next year a check will be made Mrs. JergenSOn* At Webster City there were over 3,000 went in swimming this summer and Good Hope, September 1. Specla'.: their pool is the same size as Algona's The meeting of the Mothers and Daughters club which was entertained by Mrs. Alfred Jergenson on last .Thursday was characterized, aside from the usual routine, by features of unusual: entertainment. This part of the SL'progr&m consisted of a play, "No Man I Lewis Stetzel of Algona, was brought !d",,presented by Mesdames Fred before Justice A. Hutchison last Thurs" ~lpyd Schenck of Hurt and day by an agent of the state pharmn- of Union township. The cy board on the charge of vending i in character and drugs and medicine without proper h- in laughter from cense. His case was continued until Sheppard and Mason Leave Mail Service. Fenton Bepotter: The Kossuth County Rural letter carriers' Asso^elation gave a farewell party in honor of two retiring carriers, W. B. Mason of LuVerne end Gilbert Sheppard of Algona at th« home of Mr. and Mrs. Mason at LuVerne on Tue-ida-; evening, August 26. These carriers are marlng the fi?e of seventy, and are retired from service on September 1. State Secretary, C B. Letts of Mason City and Past (State Presldenn. John A. Johnson of Pomeroy gave very appropriate talks /or the occasion. A cafeteria supper ',<HS served by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the association. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Prlebe and S. E. Straley attended from here. The Week's Weather fdr This Vicinity. The temperature took a decided drop Monday and Tuesday and people were thinking seriously of getting out their red flannels but the cold spell soon left egaln. The following is the temperatures for the week: Hish Low Wednesday, rain .49 86 ' <H* Thursday 81 57 Friday 84 59 Satin-jay 90 ri Sunday 94 'J4 Monday 82 64 Tuesday 77 • 46 Presbyterian Church. Vacation is over and the call back to labor is upon the youth and aged alike. The church's program is a challenge to every member and friend, and should call forth our best endeavors for Christ and His church. The morning hour, study and worship, sermon theme, "Veiion." Evening subject, "Choosing Life's Vocation." These two subjects are worthy of your consideration, and should he heard. The evening subject is of interest to the thoughtful youth and especially to the high school student. A welcome to all who will worship with us. Hail Storm Does Damage in Union, Good Hope, September 1. special: We have a new definition tot an optimist. An optimist is a farmer who uses the hall which destroys .his crops to freeze ice cream with. At least the writer's family enjoyed a delicious portion of this character from the Jas. Knoll farm oh Saturday last. That farm and others In that section including the Marlow, Stoutenberg, zwie- fel, Dlttmer, Treptow farms, which we personally saw and others of Which we heard, were struck by a hail storm about ten o'clock on Saturday morning which came from the northwest and travelled southeast. A streak about a mile wide suffered considerably, especially fodder corn. Several farmers seem to think that their main crop of corn was too far ahead to be much damaged. We certainly hope so. Opening Electrical Repair Station. W. A. Emmerson and Donald Spelch- er are opening up an automobile electrical shop and repair station a few doors north of the Call theater. Mr. Speicher is the son of George Speicher of this vicinity and hails from Baltimore. Mr. Emmerson Whittemore Folks Hold Reunion. Whittemore, September 2. Special: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Faudal held n family re-union Sunday at the Call State Park near Algona. When Mr. and Mrs. Pandal have their children and grandchildren In to a meal just seventy-five plates have to be laid They were all together Sunday and a bountiful dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Schilte of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert of Algona were also present. for Having Drug License. iifgThe meeting came to I September 15. 'lij> v (jervlng, of delicious Jergenson was as- by Mrs. Robert Nazarene Church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., lesson -title, "Josiah, a Reformer." Golden text, "Thy word is a lamp to my fee!, and a light unto my path." (Psalm 119: 105). Morning worship at eleven. Sermon will be preached by the pastor from St. John 19:5, "Then, came Jesus forth wearing the crown of thorns ,and the purple robe. And Pilot said unto them, 'Behold the man!' " Evening evangelistic service with sermon by the pastor. Wednesday evening prayer and praise service. We welcome you to our service.—I. F. Metcalf, pastor. Two Clarke Boys Off for Columbia. Garner Signal: Frank Clarke of Lime Springs will motor to Garner Friday and Saturday will leave in company with Mrs. Clarke, William and Harold, for Columbia, Missouri, where the two boys will enter school. Mrs. Clarke will return to Garner for a week after which she will join her husband in Lime Springs. year with an insurance etepftnf,Btit t eturned to Iowa in July to look f6f a location to practice la*. He 19 ft graduate of the University 6f Iowa law school. L. C. Hanson attended the state fair at Des Moines Sunday. He was accompanied to fces Moines by John Swan and Woody Cook Who are both employed in the White grocery store. Raymond Cook who is employed at the Madson & Hanson clothing store and Mr. Schackelford of Burt. Hans returned home Sunday evening bringing with him Miss Hirdes Miland iif Wither,, Wisconsin, who came for a visit with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. O. Madson. Hirdes had been attend" Ing a church convention in Des Moines. She and her sister visited here a year or so ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Seaman and little -daughter of Bice Lake, Wisconsin, have moved to Algona. Mr. •Bra,-' man will be employed in the B k Cleaners to take the place of Carlyle Becker who leaves next month for loWa City to resume his dental course at the University of Iowa. He and John Shirley will be room mates this year. They roomed together two years ago when both were in school. Mrs. Beaman was before her marriage, Miss Florence Becker, a daughter of W. J. Becker. The Beamans have an apartment at the A. C. Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harlg will move this week into one of the Frank Kohlhaas houses on North Dodge street which is being completed. Mr. Kom- haas moved the house and the one south of It from across the Milwaukee tracks and has remodeled both, into very desirable modern homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Relmer live in the other house. Mr. and M?s. Harlg have been living in Miss Lucia Wallace's bunga- Algotia Markets. dorn ., bats . Barley .$.8? . .31 ..2lkl8-.l8 Methodist Church. Next- Sunday morning a'k eleven o'clock we are to have with us Dr. Geo. A. Roberts of Africa. Dr. Roberts is n most interesting speaker and no mission field has a more interesting story than that, which he represents.. We earnestly urge all our members and friends to be with us for this set* vice. Luaby Drug Store Give* Free Facials. the Lusby dfllg store had A special treat for the Women of Algoha last Week while Miss Matide Brtie, SJW» clal representative te the Dorothy Perkins cosmetics was in AlgonA. Many Altfona women made appointments tot the free facials which Miss Brue gave during her stay here, and enjoyed them. Beside giving facials Miss Btiie gave individuals advice on the care of the skin. FOB SAtJE~Ltuctous home grown mnskmelons at Hudson-Essex Garage. Alt orders of one dollar or mote free- delivery. Phone 618.—E, J, Hodges, 12, low during the summer Wallace has been away. while Miss She is at WBITTEMOBE NEWS ' ______ _______ .e-twc> vacant lota wpsjb'.oiMhe. Sandon Theatre. H. B. JtoBewalTis the provider of. this new ^and popular," amusement undertaking. are going like fire hi all cities and many villages of the country, The grounds are as level tas a floor and Mr. Rosewall will have -to improvise the various hazards. wx/yiixywx^^ I BUET NEWS. V8%&f!«^^ in Carl -Hanson drove to Eblsteln ou Sunday >and brought his parents' back to Whittemore for a visit. 1 " ' Baptist Church. "What Makes a Church" will be the subject of the morning sermon at the Baptist church next Sunday. Next Sunday this church takes up its regular evening services. The subject will ,be "On the Jericho Road." Illustrated hymns will form part of the musical program of the. evening. In the days "Laddie" Was Run over Saturday Night. Frank Seller's little bulldog 'Laddie' was run over last Saturday night by a car and killed. -• "Laddie" was well known on the streets of Algona as one of the smartest dogs and was friendly with every one. The driver of £he car is not known. A bay girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller August 29. A baby girl was bom August 30 to Mr. and Mrs. John Johansen. C. S. Coffin has been at Titonka and Woden tHe-past week digging wells. Miss Opal Schrader left Saturday for New Mexico where she will teach. • Lester Stow left last week for Elkader, where he will teach in the uchools. John Kerr of Lone Rock is stayini; at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Charles Ensmlnger of Mitchell, South. Dakota, is visiting with Burt friends this week, Howard Chipman went to Mason City Monday where lie will attend a business college. The M. E. ladies will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon. Officers will be elected. Rev. J. E. Clifton and family arrived home last week Thursday from Indiana where they spent two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stahl of Minneapolis have been here the past \veei; at the W: E. Stahl and J. If. Grover homes. jy Eugene Schoonover, was sold lasu we*k,\the new proprietors taking possession Monday, .. Hahn, who is county engineer at' Elkader-drove out Sunday and spent the day -with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn. John Drew was taken to Algona last week and his injured hip was x-rayed. It was found that the member was badly sprained and the ligaments were torn. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Misbach and children of Fairmont, Minnesota, visited last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Misbach's parents, Mi 1 . &nd Mrs. Hen- Hahn, " " r,^ Edwin Fairburn of Washington and Mrs. Pearl Parsons of Minnesota, are here visiting with their father, John Fairburn. Mr. Fairburn is holding a closing out sale soon an 1 will go to one said, "A wobbly start means a short journey." Let's make a good start next Sunday.—Prank H. Webster, Minister. LEDYAED NEWS. Miss Eva Wenw 1 of Swea City spent last week here visiU'iR with Misj Mildred Vaughn. Miss Helen Jensen of Buffalo Center spent last week here visiting her Bister, Mrs, Glen Yahnke. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompofii and .children of Renwick were calling Ing with relatives at LuVcrns. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sperry and children, of eRnwlcl; were ca'llny on pld irifinda here Morday afternoon. Tfte M. B. IJailies /.id will meet on Thursday afternoon at Lakjta Congregational Church. Worship and sermon at eleven a. m. Church school at ten a. m. A good beginning last Sunday. Let's make next Sunday better. A church de • pends for its success upon the loyalty of its people. Let every member of the church and church school be present next Sunday if possible, Vacation is over. Let's get down to some real _ i Steal Chickens From Lakota Man. Lakota, September 1. Special: Dick Steenhard, who lives south of town, sorted Jife chickens last Wednesday the next morning and found only twenty-four out of the" two hundred, left. Mr. Steenhard keeps a police dog and the dog had been drugged and was unable to get about for several days. LOCAL NEWS. church activity.- ister. -Wm. A. Frazier, Min- rrake his home with Montana. chudien in Sister Mary Anthony, accompanied by the Mother Superior and three other nuns of LeMars were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Folder lust week. Sister Anthony is a niece of Mr. Folder and the party visited the grotto at West Bend. Professor and Mrs. Arnold Will re- a delightful program, was presented with a Surprise party at the school hall on Sunday evening, the day being the twenty-fifth anniversary of receiving his teacher's diploma. The school children gave Prof. Behnke purse. Mrs. Bessie Farley Richardson of San Diego, California, has been a guest the past month of Mrs. Vivian Haas Olson in Des Moines. Mrs. Richardson has been in the capital on business and will go to the west again and then accompany her husband to the eastern turned to their home in Davenport af- I coast where tne young man will go on ter a visit at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Schattschneider, prof, Will had be-on attending tho Lutheran conference in Fort Dodge and Mrs. Will visited with her parents here. The park celebration was a success socialy and financially considering tho rain storm that came up in the afternoon. The West Bend ball team won the first game, but the second game between Algona and Whittemore was called off in the fourth inning. Miss Julia Volght, daughter of Carl Voight, Sr., and Arthur Mathers o£ Rolfe were united in marriage on Friday, August 22, in Algona. The young couple will live in Rolfe until in tho spring when they will live on the farm of the groom near that place. Elsie Farrell of Chicago is visiting her mother, Mrs. May McDonnell, thifi week. Miss Farrell came from Minneapolis Sunday morning after having spent two weeks in the west. Her trip took in Denver, Colorado Springs, Salt Lake City and Yellowstone National Park. Joseph (Sangloft and his three children drove out from Metamora, Illinois, last week and will visit until the end of the week with his sitesr, Mrs. J. W. Elbert. Their mother, Mrs. Gangloff, of the week with his sister, Mrs. J. W ed here this week for a visit in tlv; Elbert home. board his ship, Mrs. H. J. Carling of Minneapolis, Mrs. H.jnry Anderson of St. Paul and Emil Wehler of Fairmont, Minnesota, were visting with friends in town last week. The two ladies had been called to Fairmont the previous Saturday by the serious illness of their sister, Mrs. Herman Wehler. Mrs. Wehler is now much improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Millor and daughter, Mary Elizabeth were in town Sunday selling tickets for the bazaar and supper at the Catholic church in Ledyard Tuesday, September 9. The new church is to be dedicated en that day by Bishop Heelan. Invitations have been issued to 150 priests to the dedication by the pastor, Father Sturm. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and daughter, Minnie, drove to Boulder, South Dakota, last week to visit with Mr. Elbert's sister, Mrs. Hoffman, who has been very ill. The Elberts were accompanied by three more of Mr. Elbert's sisters who drove out from Illinois. They are Mrs. Helen Wittier, Chatts- with; Mrs. Mary Farbler and Mrs. Kate Elbert and Mrs. Kerner, all of Cullem. Charles Ortman of Kar.kakee, a son-in-law of one of the ladies, drove the car. The three schools opened Monday for enrollment. Prof. F. L. Rochford is tho superintendent of the public school with Miss Botsford of Britt as principal. Crowded Out Last Week.) Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook and children have been visiting with Mrs. Lashbrook's parents at Mason City the past week. Mrs. Elsie Cady and Miss Evelyn Cady spent Sunday with relatives at Bancroft. Leland Steil has sold his bakery at Armstrong and is now employed at the Algona bakery. Mrs. Lewis Wilson and daughter, Evelyn, came over from Mason City Monday for a visit with Mr. Wilson. Mr. and Mis. E. C. Downing and daughter, Edna, came last Thursday evening from Minneapolis to visit with Mrs. Julia F. Brace.. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vlnson and j Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley of Estherville drove to Northwood Sunday to visit Mrs. Agnes Laidley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorpe are moving into the former house of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vlnson, which is owned by Miss Jennie Thompson. H. A. Walton, district manager for the Reyonlds Tobacco Company, is now making Algona his headquarters. He came here from Sioux City. Mrs. D. P. Smith had her arm badly bruised Tuesday at the Country Club when a table fell upon her. Her arm is in a cast but the surgeon stated that he thought no bones were brok- Frank invited to b& present. Everyone is cor- 'Quid yOU be a success? Then be T4nd n; 4oihgv. -If you want to know what to do write Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn., for catalogue. ,• 12 "!"'<"•' ''' ' Times are" getting better. In 1913 the • a dollar was one 20 If was 45 cents bia'and in June of this 60 cefljfi and it's getting bigger «v£ry day, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert and! Mary Schilz, Fort Dodge, Esther I.,am- their grandson, Willard Fandal, drove' uth, Algona and Nettie Sammln make up the faculty. At the Lutheran school Rev. Wm. Faulstlch is the superintendent with Prof. 'H. W. Behnke and Prof. Jesson as the instructors. Father C. P. Sweeney Is superintendent of the Presentation academy and Sister Mary Fidelis IS the principal with Sisters Mary Coletta, Bernadette, Catherine, to Metamora, Illinois, for an extended' visit with a daughter of the Elberts. Mrs. William Sluga and her family. Mr. Sluga has been in very poor health of late. Willard Fandal will attend school in Metamora. t Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy went to LaSalle, Illinois, last week where they were called by the death of Mrs. Duffy's brother, Michael Hannagin. Lewis Duffy drove the car through for his parents. On Sunday the party attended a reunion of the relatives of Mr. Duffy of Shabbona, Illinois. The Lutheran congregation gave Prof. H. W. Behnke a very pleasant present visiting her sister in Mason City but will be home the last of the week. Clear Lake sent over about twelve of their best golfers Sunday to take on the local "Bobby Jones" which they did to the tune of 20 to 17. Georne Marty of Mason City, who is a mem- b?r of the Clear Lake club shot a 33 for nine holes. This is the lowest ever made on the new course, par of which is 3fi. Don Smith, R. S. Blossom and a Mr. Hanson were playing with him. John Haggard has shot a 34 on the new course. Commencing this week will be the annual cup tournament. Every player hi the club is supposed to take part and they will play according to their handicap. They will have a week to shcot out each bracket and the whole tournament will last about a month. Wants, For Sale, Etc. FOUND—A spare tire on West Nebraska street. Inquire downstairs at this office. FOR RENT—Eight room home, close in. Phone 822-J. modern 13* FOR RENT—One-half section three miles north of Fenton. Terms cash.— Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, Buffalo Center, Iowa. . 12-13 LOST—A minkv'fur ^between• Algona and Fort Dodge last Monday. - Reward for finder.—Mrs.:Bert Deal, phone 137, '' FOR SALE—Girls' $35 bicycle like new, $15.00; B flat Tenor Saxophone, silver plated gold bell, newly repaired, A-No. 1 condition, cost $190.00, will take $50.00; B fiat clarinet, cost new $120.00, 'ttised very little, will take $50.00. Inquireiof- W» ;j. Backer, Elk Cleaners." . ,. " ~ f "'^*:«*^n As I am leaving this part of the country I am putting a modern seven room house and lot up for sale. Will sell at great sacrifice. The property is , all clear and conveniently located.—W. j W. Pixler, Algona, Iowa. Phone 420. j J 9-tf FOR SALE—Small modern easy terms. Phone 645-J. house, 8-12* WANTED TO RENT—A piano for an evangelistic campaign. August 10th to 31st. Address H. Nell Malen, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 6-tf FOR SALE—Phonograph with 30 records, $25, cost $150.00. Qreat snap. Call 230. R FARM LOANS AT 5>/ 4 % INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us.- MURTAGH BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. A few more used Fords at reduced prices.—F. A. Corey, phone B93. 10-tf Annunciata, Agatha, Ernestine, and Ambrose as instructors. John, Sister Mary Henrietta is in charge of the music department. Hunters are preparing now at Gamble Stores for the big September hunt —complete line of hunting and camping equipment. Shells 84c box up. 12 Esther and Ruth Bishop came home Friday from Iowa City, where they have been attending the university Esther has one more year at the university and Ruth has Just completed her first year. Mr. and Mrs. W, C. McNown and family of Lawrence, Kansas, visited rely at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. George St. John, Mr. McNown is a professor at the Unlverslyt at Lawrence. Dr. and Mrs. Klahr, parents of Mrs. St. John and Mrs. McNown, make their home with the St. Johns so that there was a complete family reunion of the Klahr family as the two daughters are the only children. Mrs. Alice Sabin, who has been the housekeeper at the O. C. Chubb home for many years, left Monday for Kansas City ona vacation. She will visit a sister there. Mrs. Sabin has been very faithful in the care she bestowed on Mrs. Chubb and the late Mr. Chubb. Miss Lutle Hart, who is well known in Algona, came from Spokane, to -.uke Mrs. Sabin's place while she is away. Miss Hart is a niece of Mrs. Chubb and formerly lived in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hilliard were the tuebts of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, a few days reewit- ly. Mrs. Billiard was Margaret Bishop before her marriage. The Hllllards are located at Qttumwa for the present where Mr. HJlliard is in the Insurance business with his father. He had been located in Texas for about a "Algona's Wife Saving Station/'-Kirch's Laundry, Phone 207, 50-tf Notice of Application, For Authority to Sell Undivided Interest in Real Estate. In Equity No. 10,680. In the district court of Iowa In and for Kossuth county. In the matter of the receivership of the First National Bank, Algona, Iowa, W. C. Pyle, Receiver. To all persons Interested In the receivership of the First National Bank of Algona, Iowa, and to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there Js now on file in the office of (he clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of W. O. Pyle, Receiver of the First National Bank, Algona, Iowa asking that he be authorized to sell an undivided interest in the following described real estate situated In the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, to- wit: The west half (Wli) of the Northeast fractional Quarter (NE fr. '/*) (except right of way) and all that part of the East Half of the- Northeast fractional Quarter (NE fr. %) lying north of the right of way of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, all in section Six (6), Township Ninety-five (95) North, range Twenty-eight (28), west of the Fifth p. m., known as the A. J. Keen Farm, and his undivided in^ terest in the assets in the hands of P. J. Kohlhaas, trustee, to John Frankl, of Algona, Iowa, for the sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($2250.00) as set forth in said application to which you are referred lor further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said application will be had at the court house In Algona, Iowa, on the twelfth day of September, 1930, at two o'clock p. m., of said day at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an order should not be entered authorizing said sale. W. Q. PYJ4S, Receiver of the First National Bank, 12-13 Algona, Iowa A DIZZY WORLD We are living in a world that lias suddenly grown too big for any of us io comprehend. We rattle around in it like so many peas in a pod, unable to anchor ourselves or to find out what it's all about. Stores spring up like mushrooms around us, we are dazed by prices, wild stories about service mislead us, we are at the mercy of the unscrupulous. Truly, we are living a dizzy pace, trying to stretch the family pocket book to reach the manifold uses friend wife finds for it. Have you ever stopped to consider the advantages of trading with a store like Chrischilles & Herbst? Here is an institution founded sixty years ago on the rock of honesty and square dealing and still going strong. Think of the many traditions surrounding this store. Can we afford to do business any other way than just the straight and narrow path of honesty 1 ? . There are' age-long traditions behind Ohrisehil- les & Herbst, but there are live, progressive men in charge of affairs; a combination that's .hard .to • beat We.'.pffer you this Fall, a'showing'pf mereh--,; J '.take in " - % * ighest quant Have you met Miss Bernice Kerr, oiir new corget- iere? She's a pleasant, charming clerk who "knows her,corsets"; the girdle is really the foundation garment for^your. newFMl^Mtfif and should *be v selected first, from our many new models of Gossard and De Bevois: There's a St. Louis millinery house that is "settin' 'em all on their ears" in getting out-nifty $3.95 hats. Keiiiember our millinery prices are $3.95, $5.00 and $5.95. And a few exclusive creations at $12.50. We are going to make millinery history again in Algona this fall. We took "high prices" out of th£ millinery business in Algona, three years ago. It's hard to tell which is a fur coat and which is a cloth coat from the amount of fur used this Fall. You "never saw suclf beautiful .trico broadcloth coats in black, 'brown, green, navy and red. as we are showing for $55.00, $59.00 and up to $68.00. You may pay more if you wish (you can pay up to $100.00) but you'll not find prettier, better made coats than we are showing at $68,00. And you may buy a good rat coat for $98.00. Mr. Haubcrg is bade from his market trip with a lot of new things; he^says they ought to run street cars in that new Merchandise Mart in Chicago that has over seventy acres of floor space. If the wholesale business gets any worse, they will probably put a few acres into corn next spring. This is school week; regardless of laow Johnny and Mary feel about school, mother will probably breathe a sigh of relief. The old house will seem mjghty quiet for a few days. What we started out to say was that we have our new school togs.in for the kiddies; a brand new, classy line. Bring in the girls, let them help pick out their clpthes. New Fall Nelly Dons are in stock; Nelly says every woman ought to look as attractive in' her home as she does when she goes on "dress parade." Just because you'married your husband and have him "hog-tied" is no reason why you should look like the wreck of the Hespe'rus around the house. Husbands have been known to "walk out" you know for less reason than that. Anyhow, these chic house dresses sell at $1,95 and $2,95. You can't afford to take chances for that, Buy two or three while we have them. • We have always assumed' that nobody read store ads during the Kossuth County Fair week. Just to find out if they rpally do, we are going to make this proposition^ 3&Q ^yill give to every woman presenting tjfjfVJfyertisenient and buying one of our new Fall silk dresses, one pair of Phoenix chiffon hose FREE, There aye no strings tied to this offer—we are merely curious to find out how many folks reiRd, $9 local papers Fair week.

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