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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 12,1930 TWO MORE DAYS PHEASANT HUNTING Hundreds of Hunters Flocked to North Iowa Counties During Open Season. NOVEMBER 14 AND 15 ALSO OPEN. Thousands of Pheasants Shot. Birds Now Very Wild. Stories of Hunters., Pour of the six days open season on pheasant hunting in a number of north Iowa counties are over and on those days hundreds of hunters from every section of Iowa and even other states flocked into the open territory and thousands of birds were killed and many wounded. On the opening days, November 1 and 5, the streets were crowded with cars awaiting sun rise so that they could go after the birds. Nearly everyone secured the limit of three birds the first two days. After that they became more wild and only the old experienced hunters secured the limit. Those who did not secure the limit usually said they did and some who violated the law by forgetting to count after they reached three, said they didn't. Anyhow, nearly everyine who cared for pheasant had a meal of this choice bird, through the kindness of some some friend If they did not hunt for themselves. One Algona hunter is reported to have killed two birds at one shot. It was not Mart Weaver, who told us about it. The story was current that a game warden at Webster City was looking through a car driven by hunters and discovered besides several pheasants, three or four chickens, several ducks and a young pig. At Iowa Falls five hunters In a car were headed home and had evidently been celebrating their good luck. They went into the ditch and their car was found to contain 121 pheasants. Restaurants and cafes did a good business and two hundred were reported to have eaten breakfast in one Algona cafe one morning. Two more days remain for hunting the pheasants next Friday and Saturday, but much of the thrill Is now gone and It is doubtful If many are killed this week. Kjy&®K3&X^^ Mrs. W. B. Brooke went to Alta on Sunday to visit an aunt. Mrs. H. G. A. devick l.n- IT PR ill w.th the flu the u.ist week M.'bS Char' • te Wnrri : was ill last <v-;=k and unaoH to '."ach. A Laby fccv wa; 1).-* i l,:st Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steward. Dr. W. W. Beam and son of Rolfe visited with Dr. Peters Monday. The Legion Auxiliary gave%'bfoqitet for the Legion boys Tuesday night. Rev. and Mrs. ,J. E. Clifton spent Monday at Good Hope at the parsonage. : Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings ol Wesley were calling on relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan are planning to go to Indiana to visit with relatives this week. Walter Adams Had three fingers injured in a corn picker last week at the John Schneider farm. Dr. W. T. Peters attended a Northwestern railway surgeons' convention at Chicago last week. C. S. Coffin dug a well for Mrs. McBride and Is now digging one for a man near Lone Rock. Mr. Stout of Anamosa came up for the pheasant season and visited at the home of Mrs, Powers. Rev. S. H. Aten and children were entertained at the W. T. Kennedy home Sunday evening. The Home Guard girls met with School Program on Armistice Day. Trie Algona high scnool held a short program Tuesday morning in recogni- i tion of Armistice Day. The program | was as follows— , ] Chairman, Helen Morrow:. Song, "America, the Beautiful," by | all. Talk by Rev. Thos. Lutman of Humboldt. i Recessional, Don Smith. | As the flagbearers, John Ferguson and Robert Richardson removed the flags from the room, all faced the east for a moment of silent prayer. This was made effective by the playing of taps by Bernard Yeoman and echo taps flften seconds later by Theodore Powell. Ruth Bettin and Evelyn Neltzel Saturday at the home of the latter. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and her mother, Mrs. McDonald of Algona called at the L. D. Hodgson home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, and Mr. and Mrs. James Bewick called at the C. E. Moore home Sunday evening. Miss Clan S • iw l"lt -w Tuesday fo.- Cedar Ran 1 Is find Chicago where sh- will visit frlij.us for *e«ral weeks Albert Bleich who has been working at Carroll, is here at the home of ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlm. Bleich. Miss Irma Davison came up from Sioux Rapids Saturday to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davison. The Sanderson famU.y, who have been at the Fred Lavrenz home have rented rooms at the Mary Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham drove to Whittemore Sunday where they 'Isited Miss Simpson, who is ill at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schemmel of almar and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wels- brod were guests at the Leroy Boettcher home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle visited Mr. Riddle's mother, who Is ill at Lu- Verne at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. S. H. Aten is expected home from Rochester some time this week. She is getting along nicely following an operation. Geo. Allen, L. O. Bush, Henry Scheppman and James Knoll of Burt are on the petit jury for the Novem- jer term of court. L. D. Hodgson, Miss Ruth Hodgson and Mrs. J. B. Watkins drove to Hartey Monday where they visited at the Elmer Hodgson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Graham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wlckwire at Webster City. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet at tne home of Mrs. George Gray Saturday with Mrs. Jas. Sewlck as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. William Freeze, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kamm of Brooklyn visited here at the C. S. Coffin and Mrs. Pommerenlng homes. They came up for the pheasant season. Mrs. Fannie Cunningham and sons R. W., A. L., and J. B. Cunningham Mrs. Carrie Taylor and daughter, Dorothy of Algona were guests at the B. V. Daniels home Sunday. H. A. Thompson went to Cedar Rap ids Friday where he visited with his daughtei? Miss <gelen and attended; the homecoming. L. R. Daniels took'care of the harness shop during his absence.- ' A meeting of the parent-teachers association will be held Thursday nigh at the school house. Miss Mafitie Warner will give a talk on forestry Miss Anna Overgaard will give a vocal selection. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson and three daughters from near Lakota visited here at the L. E. Reibhoff home. Little Lorena Reibhoff returned home after spending the week with her grandparents. Mrs. Laura Paine and Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Trainer called at *o C. 1. rhelps home Sit iday Rf r s. Paine was calling on relatives here before leaving on a trip '-'; California to visit her son, Raymond, and family. Mr. aru? Mrs. J. B. Watkins of Fort Madison are visiting at the L. D. Hodgson home. Mrs. Watkins is a sister of Mr. Hodgson. Mr. Watkins Is deputy game warden and was sent up here for the open pheasant season and Is now working in Hancock county. DELINQUENT TAX SALE NOTICE. OFFICIAL Ptint/tCATION. The following Is a true and correct list of nil Lands and Town Lots In Kossuth County, Iowa, on which taxes for the year 1929 and prior years are due and unpaid as appears from the several tax 1'sts In my 0(I ' C Notlce Is hereby given that unless the taxes, Interests nnd costs therein arc sooner paid, the following described lands and town lots or so much thereof as la necessary to pay the tax Interest and costs therein, will be sold at the Treasurer's Office In Algona, Iowa, on the first Monday In December, 1930; said sale commencing: at 'Teri (10)_o'clock of said day and continuing until all of said lands and town lots In the following lists which have been previously advertised and offered for sale two years or more, and remain unsold for want of bidders, will be sold It this sale, or any adjournment thereof, In the manner provided by law. Dated at Algona, '"la^November^ £»• Treasurer KoS9Uth Co . ALQONA INC. DIST NO. 1 ORIGINAL PLAT. Part of Section or Town, Addition or Sub- Dlvlslon if 5 •a e el fcO Thos. Henderson 5 3 Walter F. Dodds et al 7 Ellen Young N 72' 1 N 72' B 1-8 2 3 8 8 L. J. & E. C. Dickinson N% 8 BVt 7 18 R. A. Palmer N 1-3 3 20 Call Opera House S 2-3 3 20 Rose & J. O. Slgsbee, personal and M 1-3 3 27 Carl R. Rhyan M 1-3 3 20 Eugene Jordan •• 1 38 O. T. Dawson 4 41 Karl H. Johnson, S 77' ex. B B' B 41 County Savings Bank .... 6 42 B. J. Yorker 3 62 Ellen Young 3 66 Elmer J. Kelloy, personal and 7-8 67 Bert J. Turner and Viola Ellison 6 68 Bert J. Turner and Viola Ellison 6 68 Glenn Russell Cook 3 69 Glenn Russel Cook 4 69 H. B. Rist 7 60 H. B. Rlst 8 60 B. J. Yorker 1 64 Thos. Henderson, city pav. 6 81 Thos. Henderson 6 81 Thos. Henderson, city pav. 6 81 Lara Sorenson 8 81 Helen I. Trauger S',4 5 82 Geo. C. Call 6 W 43' 6 85 "3 a> 5 K s 6 £ S 1928 67.72 12.19 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 77.24 17.18 64.98 28.67 166.16 67.87 123.86 2.66 19.07 11.31 37.16 133.10 67.30 6.66 1.03 1.95 .86 4.96 2.04 3.72 .08 .57 .34 1.11 8.60 3.44 O .80 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ,40 .40 g 80.71 53.29 18.61 67.3S 29.83 170.50 70.31 127.98 3.04 20.04 12.0G 38.67 142.10 61.14 1929 31.57 2.10 .40 34.07 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1928 1927 1929 1929 3.63 3.63 1.32 1.32 .82 11.66 18.51 33.16 98.17 36.51 109.45 74.32 .21 .40 .21 .04 .04 .02 .35 .49 2.98 18.71 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .80 12.06 1.20 7.56 .40 4.46 .40 4.24 4.21 1.76 1.70 1.24 12.31 17.40 36.63 117.61 49.78 117.41 79.18 RESERVATION NO. 1 County Savings Bank, N 8 rd. ex. 1 rd 4 County Savings Bank, paving, N 8 rd. ex. 1 rd... 4 1929 199.87 13.44 .40 213.71 1929 16.61 .60 .40 17.41 R. J. Wilson 2 Fred Philips 7 All ex. Wtt S% 8 E 1928 1929 Chas. Redemske, paving, of ry .. S. R. Durant 5&6 F. H. Slagle F, H. Slagle F. H. Slagle 5 1929 CALL'S ADD. 60 70 120 127 127 P. H. Slagle 127 P, H. Slagle, st. between Blks. 120-127 F. H. Slagle, st. between Blks. 120-127 P. H. Slagle, st. between Blks. 120-127 P. H. Slagle 3-4 152 J. H. Palmer, presonal and 183 Frank Powlanskl 1&2 187 Harry A. Lewis, S% of Lots 1-2-3-4 189 J. H. Palmer 192 J. H. Palmer 215 J. H. Palmer 216 J. H. Palmer, Lots 1-2-3 217 J. H. Palmer, Lots 6-7-8 217 John Bauman, S% 16 &SW 16 277 1929 1929 1929 1929 1928 1927 42.67 2.64 9.49 .36 8.42 37.26 192.91 189.49 167.66 8.96 .08 .80 .40 62.43 3.13 .28 .40 10.17 .03 .50 3.12 13.46 36.09 .40 .40 .40 .40 .80 1)2.38 1.20 9.32 40.78 200.77 226.38 221.24 1929 21.83 1.88 .40 21.11 1928 22.67 4.68 .80 2S.16 1927 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 Kate Turner, WVS 9 WA 10 1 Catherine Dooley 2 3 Alfred Soderberg CALL'S & SMART'S ADD. and 21.13 49.86 61.33 29.78 6.00 9.41 8.59 8.59 3.63 3.63 17.01 6.97 1.20 4.49 .40 .40 .40 4.22 2.07 1929 1929 23.78 47.64 12.96 .54 .56 .51 .51 .22 '.51 .71 1.43 .39 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 29.30 64.75 05.95 32.25 6.94 10.37 9.50 9.50 4.25 4.25 17.92 24.89 49.47 13.75 . 3-4 Lizzie Nugent Ex. S 71 Q. S. & C. May Campbell Joe Steil 8-9-10-11- N. May Stlnson 13 1 David W. Hasz 4 2 CALL'S AVB. Qeo. Klein, et al 6 240 M. Starr. ** ^.W^rd^ .,„ 41.29 2.48 .40 44.17 72.17 4.33 .40 76.90 1929 1929 15.00 26.83 1.32 12.88 1.35 .80 .04 .77 .40 .40 .40 .40 16.76 28.0J 1.76 14.05 1929 38.16 2.28 .40 40.83 When You HEAR the Exquisitely Beautiful Crosley Mate 't -••- •"."UNPLATTED. Alfred' Kresensky, personal and Lot 20 NE% SEW. 2 96 29 W. J. Slgsbee, B 60 of S 9 rd. of W% Lot 7 SE& SE% 2 95 29 County Savings Bank, N 285' lot 1 gov. lot 6 2 95 29 Nancy Kuhn, It 2 gov lot 62 96 29 Eva Selfert, W% lot 7 gov. lot 6 2 95 29 Bert Van Treese, BV4 lot 7 gov. lot 6 ex B 4 rd .. 2 95 29 Bert Van Treese, EVi lot 7 gove lot 6 ex E 4 rd . . 2 95 29 H. J. Hutchison, lot 8 gov. lot 6 2 95 29 H. J. Hutchison, lot 8 gov. lot 6 2 95 29 Alice M. E. Nolle, lot 3 SB 14 „ „„ NB>4 11 95 29 Hans Sorenson, Vf"/t, lot 5 11 95 29 Margaret Johnson, N 1 rd. of S 4 rd. of W% of N 9.07 rd. of lot 3 11 95 29 II. L. Turner, "W 4 rd. lot lot 6 NW/4 NEVi, E 4 rd. lot 6 NWVi NEU 11 95 29 H. L. Turner, N 4 M: rd W 8 rd. lot 8, gov lot 3, N 4% rd. E 4 rd. lot 9 gov. lot 3 11 95 29 Thomas Sluiltx, bog. at SE cor. lot 5 lllk. 1 Call's S. Add. S 4 rd. W 8 rd. N 4 rd. B 8 rd. to beg. NEU 11 95 29 1.66 .04 .40 2.09 1929 71.21 4.66 .40 76.16 1929 26.01 .78 .40 27.19 1929 1929 37.73 20.64 1.13 .62 .40 .40 39.26 21.60 1929 12.96 1929 13.05 .39 .40 13.75 .78 .40 14.23 1928 12.38 2.23 .SO 16.41 1929 68.36 4.01 .40 62.77 1928 57.13 10.82 .80 68.75 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 38.98 67.80 6.20 5.78 6.78 2.34 1.73 .40 .40 .10 .40 .36 .40 .35 .40 41.73 69.93 6.76 o.r.s 6.53 1929 14.28 .43 .40 15.11 Mrs. Hattle Kuhn, com. at pt. 30 rd. S and 2 rd. W of NE cor. W 10 rd. S 8 rd E 10 rd. N to beg. It 95 29 LUTE A. T. STACY'S ADD. Lute A. T. Stacy 1 1 "29 Joe Stell 7-8-9 1 1929 OAK PARK ADD. 1929 20.32 1.22 .40 21.94 H. J. Thompson, 46-46-47-48^ Edna M. Ferguson W. L. Martin .......... 18-19 F. H. snackelford 1929 ADD. 1929 DIST. NO. 4.13 6.19 3.96 16.52 8.26 8.26 2. .25 .18 .40 .40 .24 .40 4.78 6.7? 4.60 .99 .40 17.91 .49 .49 .40 .40 Tone tested, Screen Grid, Power Speaker and all electric, complete. 79.50 You're There with a Crosley. Kossuth Radio & Electric Co. Phone 42 for Demonstration, John Ilegarty, pep8onal_and_ g David Hegarty ". . . . 3-4-5-6 B. M. Burlingame ........ 2-3 B. M. BurllnBUine ..N 1-3 4 B. M. BurHngame ..S 2-3 Wallace N. King 3 Martha Reglna Lynch . . 4 Martha Keglna Lynch .. 4 Martha Regina Lynch .. 5 Martha Reglna Lynch .. 5 Martha Reglna Lynch . . 6 Martha Reglna Lynch .. 6 Ida J. Snrchett 3 Ida J. Sarchett 4 Ida .1. Sarchett EH B Prank J. 1-Iatten 7 Frank J. Ilattcn 8 Elizabeth O. West 10 Laura M. Vanclo 1 Laura M. Vando 2 E. L. Chapman 7 E. L. Chapman 8 Yeoman Homestead No. 1, N 30' 1 Lenora Kinsey j Eliza J. Llndsey " J J. & D. K. Lynch ....10 J J. & D. E. Lynch 10 J. H. Sheridan 4-6-6 J.. H. Sheridan 4-5-6 J. H. Sheridan 4-6-6 Gertrude J. Hatten 20 H. L. Ininan 2 72 1929 104 1929 104 1929 104 1929 BANCROFT INCORP. ORIGINAL PLAT. 1 1929 1 1929 1927 1929 1927 1929 1927 2 1929 2 1929 2 1929 2 1929 2 1929 2 1929 3 1929 3 1929 S 1929 3 1929 42.33 .64 4.16 .50 8.00 4.00 3.36 .40 .02 .40 .12 .01 .40 .40 1929 1929 1928 1929 1928 1929 1928 1927 1929 1929 1928 2.42 12.49 16.74 12.49 13.80 13.65 14.98 28.67 28.67 8.74 17.34 68.65 28.66 30.19 3.77 17.80 17.80 24.12 24.90 8.15 7.55 8.16 39.21 62.96 55.37 61.31 1.88 4.08 .40 .40 .14 1.05 5.06 1.20 1.05 .40 4.48 1.20 LIB .40 4.87 1.20 2.13 .40 2.13 .78 1.45 4.59 2.13 1.81 22 l'.47 1.47 .40 .40 .40 .•10 .40 .40' .40 .40 .40 2.06 1.49 1.22 .45 1.71 2.96 12.40 17.33 1.20 3.48 .40 .05 .40 .73 .80 .40 .40 80. .40 .80 .40 .80 wwww^^ FRIDAY and SATURDAY Rugs Four 9x12 velvet nigs, rcgu- 9C HA lar $65.00 values, only «w.w 45c SPECIALS 25 Rag Rugs, 25x48 .inches 9.15 9.15 124.42 46.09 1.06 4.68 . 91 2.90 13.94 22.00 13.94 19.48 15.10 21.05 31.20 31.20 9.92 19.19 73.64 31.19 32.40 4.3:1 19.67 19.67 20.58 26.79 10.17 8.40 10.06 42.57 66.15 73.90 65.13 2.3.! 6.81 Slightly used living room set, davenport and chair, vclour uphol- ^0 [)0 storing, reversible cushions _^*"*' $65.00 Walnut Bed and dress- A*) CA er, latest, design, special ---- **^»"v 200 yds. Linoleum 75c 5.75 12 ft. wide Linoleum, per square yard 10 Felt Base Rugs, regular $9.75, sale price _ Cedar Chests. 3 $25.00 Cedar Chests large size, for 1 A 7Jj storage purposes, special — * Simmons Bed, brown walnut 0 QC finish, regular price $6.75 u " /4 ' Foster Furniture Co. Henry Zelmet was a business caller at Algona Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul visited with relatives at Cylinder Wednesday. The Misses Laura and Dora Hllbert were shoppers at Algona Saturday. A large number of this community attended tne dance at Llvermore last Thursday. Miss Loretla Gales spent the week end visiting her sister, Margaret at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thul of Clarion spent last Wednesday at the George Thul home. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, Rose and Julius, visited with relatives at Algona Sunday. Mrs. John Thul and daughter, Clara and Alice Phillips were shoppers at Algona Friday. The banns of marriage were'publish- ed in St. Joseph's chuch between Paul Thilges and Irene Faber. Mrs. Matt Hubert has been ill during the past week,- having sprained her knee. At present she is able to be up and around. WEST BEND NEWS. William Riley drove to Bode Sunday to see a sick friend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons were Aigona visitors Monday. Mrs. M. T. Munson and son, Teddy, were Emmutsburg visitors Saturday. Mrs. Giles Gelst of Havelock is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and their daughter spent Sunday with relatives near Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Carter and their daughters were Algona visitors Wednesday afternoon. Charlie Simmons of Rolfe spent a few days the past week at the home of his son, Arthur, and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs and their daughter, Mildred, spent Sunday with relatives at Little Rock, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern and their children of Bode attended the funeral of Mrs. McColloch here on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkland of Eagle Grove spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Kirkland's mother, Mrs. Frank Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons of Irvington spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William LEDYARD NEWS. Clifford Jenks was a business caller at Winnebago Friday. Sid J. Backus of Algona was transacting business here Thursday. Joe Jenks and son of Bancroft were calling on relatives here Sunday. . Mrs. Ed. Halvorson spent Thursday visiting with her mother at Frost. D. A. Carpenter spent the week end visiting his son, Elwin at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son were callers at Elmore Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Engelby were calelrs at Swea City Sunday afternoon. Miss Lola Wylam of Swea City spent the week end here visiting with her sister. Mrs. Ed. Halvorson and children were callers at Elmore Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Peter Johnson of Bancroft spent Thursday at the Ed. Halvorson home here. Rev. Vereide and son, Walter, of Elmore, spent Sunday at the Ed. Halvorson home here. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son spent Sunday visiting his sister and family at Granada. The Misses Wylam, Jones and Peterson were shoppers at Fairmont on Saturday afternoon. J. B. Worden of Algona spent several days last week here visiting his son, Leon and family. Mrs. Geo. Lobb of Winnebago spent the week end here visiting her sister, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and son, Kenneth, of Seneca were callers at the Ed. Campbell home Friday. Conrad Blome is now back clerking in the Brack store. They are living at Lakota, and he drives back and forth. Mrs. Wm. Weinberger went to Mankato Wednesday to meet a niece and two children of Mrs. Galagan who are here visiting. Mrs. Myron Boos and daughter, Lorraine spent Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D deal near Rolfe. Mrs. Golda Wooley was a passenger to Rodman Saturday afternoon to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Wirtz, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Anderegg of Gut' ter.berg visited a few days the pas week at the William Anderegg home They hunted pheasants while here. Mr. Peterson and son and so friends from Boone hunted pheasants here Wednesday and Thursday. They returned to their homes that even- ng. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Peterson spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. ^eterson's sister in Burt. His mother, who stays there is not so well of ate. Mrs. Ben Gerbcr and son, Raymond, drove to Iowa City Friday. They returned home Sunday, bringing Ben, who has bfcen ill In a hospital with spinal meningitis. He Is st»ll very weak, but Is improving. The class of boys in the Presbyterian Sunday School taught by Mrs. Wash Harris, had a party at the church on Tuesday evening. Each boy invited a guest and his mother. Games were played during the evening and a fine lunch was served at the close. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid will hold their annual bazaar Wednesday in the church. Fancy work will be sold at two-thirty and home made candy at any time. Mrs. Harris will have charge of the grab bag. A chicken pie supper will be served from flve- thlrty until all are served. Come out and help the Aid society in their support of the church. Mrs. J. L. Henry went to Cedar Rap- Ids Thursday morning. She will visit at the home of her son, Earl, until Monday. Her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Fry came to Cedar Rapids to attend the homecoming at Coe College and Mrs. Henry will go with her to their home at Laron, Illinois, to spend tne winter. Mrs. Henry has not been well for some time and a nurse has been in charge. We hope Mrs. Henry continues to Improve in health. Miss Eva Fisher, one of the high school students, had the misfortune to get her arm broken Wednesday. The physical training class of-girls were running In the gymnasium, ;,when to to Algona, where the bone was set and she went to the home of her father, Ted Pisher, near St. Benedict. She will not be able to attend school for some time.. The Dresser News The Elk Cleaners Algona* Iowa Just Phone 330 Now Bring on the Work Our Modern Cleaning Plant Corner of Dodge and Call Streets. Do you know that moths works almost as industr- ously in winter as in summer 1 ? Have your sum- mer'g'finnents cleaned now before packing away. Our cleaning service includes Garments, Hats, Furs, lings, Suits, Overcoats, Repairing, Relining, Altering and Personal Service. We call for and deliver in 21 towns surroounding Algona. Our 21st successful Dry Cleaning year in Algona. "For Super Service See Bill or Hank" WWWtJW*^^ White's Grocery HOT SHOTS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY W. R. FinlayBon W. R. Flnlayson L. F. Kennedy . . John Jelderks et John Jeldorks, et John Jelderks, et Andrew Boyer . . Nicholas Scholtes 1 8 al Cluh 4 8 D1V. OF^ BLK 13 . . . '. 1 16 2 16 .... 6 15 6 16 6 16 al .... 7 16 al .... 7 16 al .... 7 16 9 15 15 16 1929 21.12 1.67 .40 23.19 1929 63.86 3.94 .40 63.20 K 12 W. T. LOT CO.'S 1ST ADD 1929 16.08 1.31 .40 1G.79 W. T. LOT GO'.S 1ST ADD. 1929 15.10 .91 .40 16.41 1929 '14.00 1.17 .40 16.57 1929 14.00 1.17 .40 16.67 1929 12.79 1.10 .40 14.29 1928 13.65 2.79 .80 17.H 1927 16.67 6.12 1.20 21.90 1929 12.79 1.10 .40 14.29 1928 13.56 2.79 .80 17.11 1927 14.17 4.62 1.20 19.99 1929 1.66 .15 .40 2.21 1929 17.34 1.45 .40 19.19 (Continued in Back of Paper.) For Cbamoli Glove* It a few drops of olive oil are added to tl>e water when washing chamois leather gloves they will not become bard or stiff. The oil preserves th leather. M«n'» Responsibility "Is thU u good world?" uska the preacher. Well, Sluikpspeure found l! a naughty world with good deeds shlri Ing In It. ami perlmps the <l"scrl|)iiot. P1UJNKS, 5 Ibs. 39c 10 pounds for FIG BARS or GINGER SNAPS, 2 pounds CHOCOLATE DROPS CANDY, 2 pounds SOAP, Swift's Naptba, 10 bars —, BREAD, light or dark, 68c 25c 25c ,29c 5c BEANS, white new, 5 Ibs 39c 10 pounds for —'__. CATSUP, two large bottles --• SOAP CHIPS, large si/A 1 , 3 packages —• MACARONI, 4 pkgs. FLOUR, A. B. C., 49 pound sack ——, . Fort Dodge Purity ^^vwwuwtfwwwwv^^ J

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