The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 24, 1930 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 24, 1930
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lame®. ftas «ecte bmt- The twenty-first? judicial M- _ f" ' is to be held next summer. chaut&uqua which Automobile Wreck t . / • Mile East of Sexton, peceftiljer 30. special: occurred at of Sexton ott smltli to ^ 6tld Ohrl8t - j i ° Connor's mother. The **oWetrt Occurred about six o'clock in evening when they approached the 6 ftttd 8ttw couldn't make r e toe, ten and applied the brakes. The pavement was icy and they skidded into the ditch. They were driving a Hetif y Fiifst Buys Algona Barber Shop. ffimer Hartshorn and Solomon Savag$ have sold their barber shop under Bloom's store to Henry Furst of Buffalo Center, who took possession immediately. Mr, Hartshorn and Mr. Savage had remodelled the shop soon after it was vacated by Art Neltzel. They intend to Work for Mr. Fursfc for the present. Mr. Furst who is well known in Algona worked for a long time In the Shllts Brothers shop and a year or so ago purchased a shop In Buffalo Center, His many friends welcome him back to Algona. *a®M&K^^ Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bode and their •laughters, Myrtle and Doris of Mc- jean, Illinois', were entertained at dinner Monday evening at the James •oady home. Mr. and Mrs. John Scholtes and whlch not turn but the windows were all br.owen over but the windows were all broken ana the girls were seriously cut about wie, face. They were brought back to Sexton by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neu- inaft, who came along in tune. They i Were .brought to the Wise home, where nrst am was administered until the * i%2 came> Miss O'Connor's brothers at Primghar were called and they came and then went back, but returned the -next day at noon With then- large car and took the girls on to Mason city. This was the second accident occurring there in the last two weeks. A Review of the Book "Strangers May Kiss." The book "Strangers May Kiss" by Ursula Parrott, which may be had at the Book & Gift Shop is a story of a tjri who has relations with many men throughout her'short life, butf loves one man only, it tells of how a woman may do all this and still have one man enshrined in her heart even unto her death. The book was written by the*author of "Ex-Wife" and in the same style. It is not recommended for young people's tastes. hildren of Bancroft spent Tuesday t the home of Mrs. David Keefe. Mrs. icholtes remained for a few days' vis- t with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey left i,/*. week to spend Christmas wft'.i their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Haase and Vr husband of Minneapolis. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crulkshank and family. Miss Eleanor Crulkshank and Lou Jenkinson were guests Christmas day at the Austin Gardner home in Plum Creek. Mr. and Mrs. James Coady and family, Walter Coady and daughter, Julia, spent Sunday evening at the H. J. Bode home in Plum Creek. The occasion was a surprise party in honor of the Bode's twenty-fifth anniversary. Mrs. Orville Dixon received word on Monday that her mother, Mrs. Bert Grant, who lives near West Bend, was at the point'of death. Mrs. Dixon was formerly Mae Grant. Her husband is employed on the Chester Bailey farm and they occupy the tenant house. Mrs. David Keefe and sons, Ray and fore Christmas from visits at Milwaukee and Chicago where he visited with relatives also taking in the International Live Stock Show and Exposition, rhere perhaps was not as large an attendance as usual but the stock exhibited was of an extra high quality. .Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau and their daughter, Lois, spent part of the holiday season With relatives at Duuuque and Milwaukee. They returned honu; Monday being called home by tile illness of their son-in-law, Wm. Selpmah, who was doing the work during the Dau's absence. Mr. Selpman has a i noderate case of scarlet fever. "Dickie" the Selpman's oldest eon Is also ill. Miss Eleanor Crulkshank with her uncle, Lou Jenkinson, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crulkshank. She came home from Iowa City previous to Christmas to take cnre of her grandmother, Mrs. Frank Jenkinson was was taken suddenly ill. Mrs. Jenkinson is very much Improved. Eleanor returned to Iowa City Sunday by train via Livermore in company with Dr. Harry Jenkinson to resume her nurses training course. LAKOTA NEWS. Hutchinson went to Chicago Saturday. The wm. joliftS faftiiy of Seneca visited at the Oti8 Saftflers hotne Sunday. $aco»#33»aaa^^ Btflf Robert motored to the Leo Keefe home at Wlnnebago, Minnesota, where they spent Christmas day, Miss Dorothy Keefe, who Is employed at St. Paul, Virgil Smith left last week for a vis- ( t of several days with relatives at Eldora, Emory Smith left Friday for DeSmet, South Dakota, where he will visit for some time with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley are enjoy- ng a visit from Miss Marie Fowler, who teaches at Faribault, Minnesota. Miss Lucy Hennig, who is employed t Detroit, arrived here last week fo i visit at the home of her father, J "3. Hennig. Miss Lena Anderson of Eagle Grov spent several days the past week her at the home of her sister, Mrs. I. E Wortman. The E. R. Worley family spen Christmas day with Mrs. Worley's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bailey a Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson o Iowa City spent several days here the past week at the home of the lady's came as far as Winnebago and returned home with her folks for a two weeks' vacation. Walter Coady returned the day bs- vwvvwwwwvwwvvwvwi Buy Furniture NOW for March 1st Delivery are showing today an oak dining suite, a Singer Dewing machine, a Coleman gas range, nearly new, a very good 9x12 wool rug, dressers, beds, "' range stoves and many other items. WE DO REPAIRING & UPHOLSTERING STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS. The Furniture Shop One Door West of Ford Garage. wwwvwwww^wvwwvvw^ FOR SERVICE We Have Moved Into Our New Building First door east of our old location You will find us equipped better than ever to take care of your dry cleaning needs. Our new building was built especially for a dry cleaning establishment and enables us to give you the best of service. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 to have our truck call. sister, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray. Miss Lena Gutknecht and Miss Henrietta Aalderks, the former a teacher at Mason City and the latter at Dubuque spent tho holiday vacation at their homes here. The men of the Presbyterian church will serve a supper to the public on New Year's Eve, December 31st at the church basement. This men's supper '.s an annual event. Miss Violet Frerklng and Maynard TJkena, who attends college at Dubuque college, tind Gerald Ukena, .who attends college at Chicago, were all home for the holiday vacation. Rev. O. H. Frerklng and daughter, Violet, were at Rochester, Minnesota, one day last week where Violet went through the Mayo clinic. She has been having considerable trouble with a sinus ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Boikholdt are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby daughter, who was t born on December 23rd at their home near Titonka. Mrs. Fred Genfich and tons and Howard Blanchard Went td> Fort D*dg« Saturday. Julia Bourne spent Chrietmas with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haack are the Barents of a baby boy born last Week Thursday. The Otis Sanders family spent Christmas at Renwiek with Mrs. Sander's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg spent Christmas day In Irvington at the Ray Selfert home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MarloW of Lent- mon, South Dakota, visited with relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen went to Plpestone, Minnesota, Saturday to visit with Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Edwards. . . The Aid society will meet with Mrs. Ed. Farrls in three weeks from the last meeting which will be Thursday, January 8. Ruth Tarbell came home Wednesday to spend Christmas with her mother. She Is working for Judge Butler at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt spent Christmas in Sheffield with Mrs. Dransfeldt's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davidson. The Robert Dreyers are moving. to Algona January 4. ,Hugo Mittag will move onto the farm, where the Drey-, ers are now living. Donald Blanchard who is attending college at Cedar Falls, spent the holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Charles sohradef retSentihr putchiged •i Pofdcaf. .t. P. Cfunhingham has feeeil oh the sick list recently. Mrs. Ida Andersosn Was ill with the pleurisy last week. M. J. Ryerson has been ill with a cold the past week. Ed. Trainer of Kanawha called on relatives here Saturday. 0. S. Coffin dtig a well for J. W. ^orrahce at his tenant house recently. ' Glen and Stanley Black spent' Christinas at fflie Charles Schrader home. Allen Carr arrived home the first -f the week from Chicago where he visited his sisters. Lee Lowenberg of Belmond visited Orville and Lester Stow ati the F. O. Stow home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Bewick are planning to celebrate then- golden wedding January 13th. Miss Josephine Dittmer of Algona is caring for Mrs. Paul McCauley who has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Alien, and Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt left Sunday for Wisconsin to visit Mr. and Mrs. Scott Al- v. Lease of Algona preached at the M. E. church Sunday evening. All those who did not hear him missed a treat. . • . Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davison and Miss Irmla spenfo QWristmas (at the home of then- son, Frank, at Sioux Rapids. Lowest Prices of the Season Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. .. ., „ „, j „, J^rs. Aurilla Coffin spent Christmas Howard Blanchard, who is teaching at, Algona with her daughters, Mrs school at Brighton is spending the Harry McMurray and Mrs. W E Mr- holiday vacation with his parents. Mr. Donald, and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. „, j „, ,, , • Mr - an d Mrs. George Allen spent a Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito of (ew days at the home of their son Ed- Ames came last Saturday and spent win and family in Minneapolis before Christmas with Mrs. Shellito's parente, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. '»«•'.,,, „ , , Mr - an d Mrs. Arthur Peterson of Pearl Hanna came last Tuesday from NOrthfield, Minnesota were guests of Mount Vernon, New York, to spend Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten on Sunday the holiday vacation with her parents, if last week Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna. „, , x ., , Christmas programs were given at Mr. and Mrs. John Sones came last the three local churches here on Wednesday to spend Christmas at the Christmas Eve and were all eniovpd J. M. Blanchard home, and they re- by large crowds urned to ttielr home Monday. _ . _. ,, _„ T n r, j _, , ^ Prof - E>onald Wier underwent an op- L. R. Roderick sld three Chevrolet eration for appendicitis at the hospital ars last week: a sedan to Roy Smith at Estherville Christmas Eve. He is at Burt and a coupe to Mr. Keith | retting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Nelson and their children of Fort Dodge spent Christ- Gus Fisher of Des mas here with Mrs. Nelson's mother koines and Mrs. Howard Orr and son, Mrs. Mary McDonald Howard, Jr., of Fort Madison, visited at Algona and a truck to Calvin House- | holder. Mr. and Mrs. t the George Pettlt home Saturday nd Sunday. Miss Alice Harding came last week to assist at the O..P. McDonald home. Mrs. McDonald is expected home from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leeper and Mrs. tne hospital this week. ' Harry Rahn attended the funeral of. ,,„ „.„, _ ^, - • Mrs. Charles Godden at Burt on Prt- L mM I?-, rt Yff n i < ??5? ia S. ? nd , MrS' Hayday afternoon. ; She was an aunt of T ard "Sited with their father Sun- Mrs. Leeper. All of the teachers returned Sunday after a week's-Christmas vacation at •lay. Mrs. Hayward returned to her home at Chicago tine .first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clement,- and Bockholdt was formerly Faulkner of this place. Miss Amy Gerald Ukena, who is a student at Chicago, where he is studying for the ministry, and who was here for the holiday vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ida TJkena, preached at ;he Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Michael Christ, Sr., who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Adolph Poppe, northeast of town, celebrated the hrlstmas season by having all of his children, six sons and four daughters and their families at the Poppe home last Friday. The Fred Park family of Algona, the 1. D. Hart family of Bancroft and John, Julia and LaVern Liesveld and Wade Ball met Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Miller, who are staying at :he H. A. Moe home during the Moe family's absence and enjoyed a covered dish dinner. Mrs. A. Q. Smith and family enjoyed a visit over Christmas from the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gunstead and Duane Chrlstensen of De- | Smet, South Dakota; Mrs. Muriel Forbes and daughter of Bancroft, South Dakota, and Mrs. Delbert Zahl- ^"%S1&^£%£%-™* »«" * Washington, D. C. their homes. School started M6nday daughter came up from^ Amesi to spend morning. There will be no schciol on Christmas at the home of Mrs. Ole- New Year's day. two] Frank Flaig attended a ILetz grinder demosttration at the Morrow Implement shop at Algona last Friday af- ernoon, after which all John Deere dealers went to the Algona hotel for a banquet. The Frank Flaigs entertained the following at Sunday dinner, it being Frank's birthday: the John Sprank family, Glen Burt family, James Ackerman family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flaig and Bill.Flaig. The local; ;Sunday school gave a Christmas program at the church on Christinas Eve. On the Monday evening before Christmas the Presbyr terlan church of Ringsted gave a cantata at the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the following at dinner last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hawk and son, Wallace of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawk of Humboldt; Grace Hawk and Russell and mother of Algona. A shower was given at the home of Johannsen Jr., Friday, De•vas to be married the following Mon day to Vernon Stehle, son of Barber Mrs. Mrs. Smith. LONE ROCK NEWS. The sewing club will meet with Mrs. Alex Krueger Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn spent Christmas at Pipestone, Minnesota. Harlan Blanchard and Florence Householder went to Ames on Monday. Hugh Walsh and Lloyd and Ernest Mrs. E. M. Jensen entertained the following at a bridge party Wednesday, December 17: Mrs. Roy and Otto Jensen, Mrs. L. R. Roderick. Mrs. Dorothy Sharp, Mrs. Alf Krueger, Mrs Robert Dransfeldt and Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Mrs. Otto Jensen won the high score. The following spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krause: Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl of Superior: the Bob Padgett family of Algona; Mrs. John Reed and children of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rouse anc Mr. and Mrs .D. Rouse of Spencer and Rose Krause, VVWUWWWVWWtfSAWUWYW^V^^ Announcement io Housewives A Fast* Free Delivery is Our Aim x^lvi C3 290 Change in Delivery Service Beginning Monday morning, January 5, we are starting with a change in delivery service. THE TRUCK LEAVES THE STORE AT 8:30 a. m. & 10:00 a. m. Each delivery to all part of town No. 9:30 or 10:30 delivery. 2:30 p. m.—To south side of town, 4:30 p. m.—To north side of town. Our customary afternoon service. This change allows both north and south side people to get their groceries earlier in the morning. It is especially beneficial to those on the north side who previously could not get anything before 1 0:30. We are going to ask your aid in letting us get these deliveries away at the above time. It is not fair to hold the truck for one order thereby delaying many others. Please help us by placing your order early. N. B. Why not phone your 8:30 order the afternoon before? JSvvwwwwwwwvwv^vvwv^^ ment's.,,parente, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. I Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader received word of the arrival of n son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schrader December 12 at their home u Milwaukee. J. A. Poster was taken ill the latter part of the week and has not been feeling well for some time.. Charles Olson has been helping him" in ths cream station. Miss Ellen Schryver accompanied C. J. Bisgard to Colorado last week, where she will spend her vacation. Mr. Bls- gard came to Harlan to attend the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace and eon Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and their children were guests Christmas at the Fred Ringsdorf, Sr., home. The children of Burt and vicinity all enjoyed a treat from Santa Claus and a free movie at the Beltone Theatre Saturday before Christmas. There were more than three hundred present. Mr. and Mrs. Peter White and sons -•f Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Brink Shipler and children, Mr. and Mrs. • Ringsdorf and son were guests on Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf. Rev. S. H. Aten, W. J. Davison, Gu Thaves and Henry Nelson drove U Rstherville Sunday afternoon to visi Prof. Weir, who is ab the hospital re Covering from an operation for ap peridicltls. Mrs. Wm. Larsen returned homi from the Mayo hospital at Rocheste: Christmas day. The two Larsen child, ren, who have been staying at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Wilfred Chaffee, returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Allen and son George, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hyatt and laughter of Julesburg, Colorado, are visiting Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and •'Irs. H. G. A. Bewick and Mr. Allen's oroKher, George Allen, and family. Miss Hannabelle Glddings had her tonsils removed Friday. Miss Glddlnea has been ill and came home from Iowa City for a rest and decided to have her tonsils out while here. She will Friday and Saturday, January 2 and 3 Last two days of this week—first two business days of the new year. Here's the opening "gun" of'the year 1931—cleaning the decks for action-forecasting another successful year for this noAV 61 year old concern. COATS and* MISSES At almost your own price. You'll be surprised at the complete assortments still left at the lowest prices in years. Stylish, warm winter coats in black, 19 7C brown and navy in sizes 16 and 18 at __ •l«»flv Black coats in sizes 38 and 40 at $12.75 Good black coats in size 42 and 44 $19.75 New spring dresses—just arrived at 11 7C sensational prices, 16 to 38 ll»l «J $35.00 "better" dresses in sizes 14, 16, and 18— your choice—chiffons, 1 £ 7C crepes and novelties at — __, : l"»l«* It isn't too late to get a good bargain—beautiful, coats and dresses at the price you want to pay. A few fur coats left at big reductions—you may • buy a size 38, dark,rat OC AA coat for only ... OJ.UV and a genuine mink, size 18 for $268.00. Any Fall hat in the store for $1.00 Gome in Friday and Saturday—spend your holiday money where it will buy the most goods. Start 'the New Year right by trading at Chrischil- les & Herbst—a good resolution means dollars in your pockets. Algona's oldest, livest, most progressive business institution with 61 years of traditions to back up .every transaction. Think that over. WJWWWWW 1 The Testaurant which Mr. and Mrs. Field have been conducting here .ior«.aeBBral_nL<)s!hs.jwBS recently sold ;o Mrs. Nettie Plsner"af~AlgonS~1oT £700. Mrs. Fisher expects to run a restaurant here 'herself and Mr. Field has moved his- family into the Fred Ringsdorf house in the north part of town until he can find a new location. Merrill Rawson Moves to Eagle Grove. Whlttemore, December 30. Special: Merrill Rawson, who has conducted the Ford garage for the post several years, has taken over the Ford garage at Eagle Grove and will take possession next Monday. The stock in the garage here will be moved to Eagle Grove this week. Mrs. Rawson plans on remaining here until the endiof the school semester. Mr.' Rawson has been in business here so long and has held so many offices that his departure will surely be missed. He was invariably appointed on committees for gv- ery affair and at present hold the offices of councilman and fire chief. Both he and his family will be missed in the community and well wishes will follow them to the new field. It Is understood that the building being vacated by Mr, Rawson will be used by the Chevrolet agency. stead of: the pig's head. He came to the. hospital-wher the amputation was completed. The wound was ISfillllul. .Mr. Meyer LuVerne.' Why Goe to California For Good Weather. Good weather still blesses us with ite favor thus shortening the winter which is O. K. witii all of us, The report for the past two weeks is a»' follows: High Low Wednesday, Dec. 17 ..30 13 Thursday, 1%" snow ..30 23 Friday 32 15 Saturday '...22 12 Sunday 25 6 Tuesday .-.. 24 13 Monday 26 15'-.' Wednesday 25 '17 < Thursday 30 22 Friday 26 21 ' Saturday 35 jg . Wants, For Sale, Etc. FOR RENT—Two rooms and gar- ege.—Mrs. Nettie Haag, 215 N. Rldgelr St., Algona. 29* ,FOR SALE—One % horse power General Eletcric mofor —w. H. Horan, finish her nurses' June. training course in Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Orville atow, Mrs. Anna Stow, Letser Stow, Mrs. Laura Paine and 1augh*er, Marie, of Algonji, Mr. and vtrs. W. Trainer were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps on Christ- nas day. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, Miss Florence and Willard went to Newton where they spent Christmas with Dr, Perry Stow and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Perrlsh. Mies Bernice Stow of Missouri, also spent Christmas at Newtop with them. C. J. Blsgard recently sold his farm of two hundred acres to Mike Arond of near Sexton for $138 an acre. This Is •* nne farm with fine improvements. Mr. Blsgard has returned to his home n Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitney will continue to farm the place for Mr. Arend. .'"/• The teachers are spending their va« cations with their parents and friends: Miss Warrior at Blackton, Iowa, with her parents; Miss Overgaard at Cedar Falls; Miss Helen johnstone at (Jim- man City with friends; Mr, and Mrs. Public Auction Sales. January 6—Public sale, Mrs. John Studer, near St. Benedict, Lou Matern, auctinoeer. January 7—Public sale, Vern Rutledge, one and one-half miles north and one half mile west of Algona, Lou Matern, auctioneer. January 8—Public sale. Ernest Bower, Appletreat farm, four miles east of Wesley, Lou Matern, auctioneer. January 14-rPublic sale, Lou Kutschara, one mile east of Sexton, Lou Matern, auctioneer. January 15—Public sale, S. H. Frost, one mile east of Fenton, January 13—Public sale, Roy Wadleigh, a mile south of Sexton, O. O. Riddle, auctioneer. January 7--Publio sale, P. O Kreithe, one and one-half miles west of Burt. Murphy & Riddle, auctioneers. January 9—Public sale, E. M. Gross, five miles east and one-half mile north of Algona, Stewart, .auctioneer. FOR RENT—FJve room bungalow.—Dr. F. L. Tribon. biodern 29* FOR RENT—Modern house, close in. —M. J. Jones, Algona. 29* FOR RENT—Modern six room house -Dr F. L. Tribon, 29* Look at Akre's ad for change in delivery service. • 29 FOR SALE—A bronze turkey torn.— Wm. Fitzgerald, 22F3. 28* FOR RENT—Four room furnished or 3 room unfurnished upstairs apartment—Mrs. J. w. Bates, Phone 660. 29* Akre's have changed the time of itheir delivery service. See their ad, ?9 Girl wishes home work by the day,Gretchen Bales, 502 E. Lucas. 2£ Cute Off Left Thumb While Butchering. Max Meyer, who lives near Hardy, spent Saturday night In the Algona lospital as a result of over enthus- astic butchering of a hog. It seems that he had killed tine hog and was preparing to split the head. At one fell swoop of the ax his left thumb was almost completely amputated in- Iron gray horse strayed to our farm December 29. Owner may have sanjo by paying! for care and advertising.— Haupert Bros., phone 14F31. 28* ESTRAY NQTICE^-Two yearling steers came to niy place six weeks ago Owner should call and pay charge.— John Redtog, Bode, Iowa, Rt. 2. 29-30* f at consin. ,, Mills and Oconomowoo, Wis- As out of date as a hoop er starting troubles. Equip with Gamble's 17-plate TJger battery, ble's super-acttva" J7*plftte Tiger battery. $6.89 exchange price. Tire chains 29x4.40 ti$9.— <J&mble FOR RENT—Modern six room house. -J. T. Bohannon. aT land China Thor, Iowa, bred Spotted Po-» boars,—L. T. Johnson. HOUSEWORK WANTED-l want a position to do general housework in Algona, Inquire of Upper Des Molnes- TJ_^ « ^* ™ ' r • **«•* **•»*** AMWMJL^ifi)*- Republican, 37* 29 iUSRf'S DRUG 8TOBE FOR RENT-My four modern house,keeping room after December 20, 1930 Algonft's Real ghoe Shop.-Lewis Eik£ Kirch'a Saving Station."- Pfloneao?. 6Q4J tOAfc ON GOOD ^ GRADED MILCH COWS * If you $re planning on buying morJ" milch caws or wont»io w on the £F*» ypu already own, tt wW pfty W •">* US, Loan* mads "" "~ f *

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