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   Kossuth County Advance (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Algona, Iowa                                FIRST SECTION 16 PAGES PI vVK W ie20 OCTOBER 1920 Number 11 Igonians Defeat Eagle Grove in Stiff JBattle Saturday FOR M DRAKES CHOICE Algonlnn Out With Circulars ring Reasons for WITH DEMOCRATS FOE fa INTO NATIONS LEAGUE BS Senator Cummins as Lamb by a Process of Evolution Become Railroad of Henry Clay and id Mark has gone Democratic Bays so in circulars by friends here One Is A Pew Potent Why a Republican for Forty for the Election of other bears the allegorical le Modern Evolution of a a Iroduce Sam to Kossuth eoun who may not know let ailed that he was railroad br the Northwestern at Lu Then he was a young man was the Northwesterns After he quit railroading in for and made of Twenty years ago he Mason since Sam quit railroading he fetnlnst the railroads or more accurately he dead set against railroad in politics and railroad liigl In the most somnolent po ason you could always get a of Sam with the one wore im could afford to air his for he is tolerantlj He even owns Kossutl that is next door to plutocrat for Wilson in I circular giving his reasons for Cox covers four pages Ihead and the type is The begins with of the fact that this is not time he has wandered from He voted on in But he did not Roosevelt in 1912 he sup and is still proud of got off the reservation ifts reciprocity bill was by eastern going to let dressed le products of bar In from Canada th the raw materials but interests had got in their thing was left but the raw live No competition for you see all for Fortunately Canada District Ticket Republican For Representative in Congress Tenth DICKINSON of Kossuth For State Senator District HENRY ADAMS of Kossuth For State Representative EightyFifth LEE WOLFE of Titonka For Judges of the District Court Fourteenth District LEE of Emmet CLUBHOUSE SITE UP TO LOCAL GOLF FANS Choice Between Two Places Offered by Board of County Ticket Republican ONE NEAR THE FIRST TEE OTHER QUARTER MILE WEST New Road to Enter Links at North west to Site 2 Would be Most National and State Tickets For County Aurlilor EARL PETERSON For Treasurer MARK SARCHET For Clerk of the District Court FRECH For Sheriff GEORGE HACKMAN For County Attorney QUARTON For County Coroner LAIRD For member Board of 1st term beginning BALGEMAN for member Board of 2nd term beginning 1921 ELLIS McWHORTER For member Board of 3rd term beginning OLOF FUNNEMARK For member Board of Supervisors 4th term beginning ANDERSON There are no Democratic candi dates for district or county except as follows For of Al For Resse For C Lu Verne For Union For shall we build our club house This is the question that is being debated by members of the Al gona Country Two sites are under consideration one at the edge of the grove just east of 1 tee the other on the brow of the hill across the creek to the south of 6 fairway and north and west of 8 The advantages of the first site are the grove and an easy solution of the sewage problem of the second proximity to the road to the and a better view of the The big disadvantage of Site 1 is the road The present road from the main highway to the grounds must be given up it cuts right across the Vipond Instead a roadway off the west side of the Vipond road is being This iat kind of reciprocity gang that put it over reciprocity bill is boost larding Sam am read Wilsons speech of fee of the nomination for the and became satisfied that as against the high finan for the western then he has been strong prses League of a declaration that states ion of many other oldtime ins when he goes on to say big reason why he is for ecause Cox is for the league Sam makes it clear that jipt share the antileague no isome distinguished senators example as those whom he as Henry Habit Noxious Senator Canyon Is and and their y Sam says of gs work in the Sam goes and though not agree with him its all Sable and and 8 if it were the well known right at your Ike a windmill and anon fhis quid at the nearest cus ps Cummins on for the lion and the story of the metamopho as seen by Cummins was the I of who boldly stood he rights of the people ie But now Cum fed on the meat of the so haq become a lion hlm lay Cummins is for the and puts through Congress notwithstanding guarantee of 6 1 per cent bn he might be to pay It on the actual riilroad m what he kicks against with Jkick idea paying 6 on watered stoc an 50 per cent on Sam the earnings on pa trainload of grain from Chicago amounted tp total is around If dont wake uip and retire jressmen and senators who ing for the not the railroads iwill con gull the and con Sam says in con 80 HUSKERS PLACED IN WEEK BY THE COUNTY FARM BUREAU Eighty huskers have been placed through the Farm Bureau office dur ing the past Nearly all were men imported from other parts of the state and from other a considerable majority coming from Every one of these men has been placed at the wages decided on at the Farm Bureau directors meeting September Men have been coming in every but it has been impossible to keep up with the num ber of applications for If the same number is received this and if there is a normal Influx of the farmers of the county should have sufficient help to get this seasons crop husked out m good PAIR OF YOUNG COCKERELS EAT 1887KERNELSWNIN30AYS The two young cockerels that the RamsayRunchey had in the dis play window and Saturday ate 1887 kernels of corn They were Rhode Island and belonged to No one made a close guess on the number 5 kernels the cockerels would Ira Lowman was with a and he received a of oncl best guesser cans o Carl Paetz was sec She received three and three cans of will enter the grounds at the north west If Site 1 is picked for the club house there will have to be a road from the entry point along the north side of the grounds to a point east of the first and thence southeast to the club Road to Site 2 If site 2 is the road will be extended from the entry point across 3 fairway to and around the club This road would be it would not have to cross a and it would be a quarter of a mile shorter than a road to Site Some members object to Site 1 because of the poor view of the grounds in the afternoon the sun shines right into ones Members have been asked to in spect both sites and report their views tp the board of The club house will not be built till but the board wants to lay out and improve the road this Arrangements have been completed for purchase of the grounds 102 the Ingham estate at per One tenth is paid down the rest runs ten years at 5 per Membership Limit The membership limit has been raised from 100 to and already the limit has been Old and new members have been assessed each to pay for club This will raise a fund of The land costs Members may pay all or may pay down and the balance in in stallments running over seven years at 5 per cent Lewis always a good was first to come across with full payment of an Smith makes it a point never to owe a Enough other members to take care of the first payment on the land and provide money for improve including a club will pay up In full the rest will take ad vantage of the can at present borrow money at such a low rate of interest nowhere v The annual membership fee re mains at per with such further assessment as may be re quired to cover care of the Neighboring Farmers President Al Falkenhainer issued a bulletin to members last and besides a statement of the foregoing paragraphs it included the following paragraph Many members probably do REPUBLICAN For President WARREN HARDING of Ohio For Vice President CALVIN COOLIDGE of Massachusetts For United States Senator ALBERT CUMMINS of Des Polk For Governor KENDALL of Monroe For Lieutenant Governor JOHN HAMMILL of Hancock For Secretary of State WALTER RAMSEY of Wright For Auditor of State GLEN HAYNES of Mason Cerro Gordo For Treasurer of State BURBANK of Black Hawk For Attorney BEN GIBSON of Adams For Railroad Commissioner FREDP WOODRUFF of Marion For Judges of the Supreme Cour vote for three SILAS WEAVER of Iowa Hardin LAWRENCE DeGRAFF of Des Polk FAVILLE of Fort Webster For Judge of the Supreme Court to fill vacancy vote for one THOMAS ARTHUR of Harrison DEMOCRAT For President JAMES COX of For Vice President FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT of New For United States Senator CLAUDE PORTER of Appanoose For Governor CLYDE HERRING of Des Polk For Lieutenant Governor CHARLES CAMERON of Buena Vista For Secretary of State RUTH SUMNER of Dallas For Auditor of State JOHN RUDE of Marsall For Treasurer of State CRAVEN of Jasper For Attorney General WALTERS of Tama For Railroad Commissioner JOHN BOYD of Lee For Judges of the Supreme Court vote for GEORGE LYNCH of Adair JOHN ANDERSON of Monona HUBERT UTTERBACK of Des Polk For Judge of the Supreme to fill vacancy vote for one SENECA CORNELL of Wapello LOOKS LIKE EAGLES GAME IN FIRST HALF Visitors Score First and Hold tho Locals Scoreless First HOME BOYS 00 IN TO WIN DURING THE SECOND HALF Fast Work and Good Team With Breakdown by Result In 14G Score for Local TAXES GO UP A NOTCH Levy for 1920 Payable in 1921 Fix ed at Mills for BANCROFTS IS HIGHER STILL Only in the Townships Have Levies Been Kept Rock Has Lowest Levy Among There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth when the time comes to pay this years The table of levies for the county is published on an other page of todays and it shows that the taxes payable in 1921 will be Time was when 112 mills was considered a rec ord in but you have to add DEATH OF ALICE STEBBINS SHOCK TO ALGONA FRIENDS Friends of Miss Alice eld est daughter of and were astonished and grieved Tuesday morning to learn of her un timely She had for some years suffered from stomach but it had not been thought ten days before the she suffered a severe accompanied by hem which proved The hour and place for funeral ser vices have not been definitely but it is probable that the services will be conducted by the Todd at the Methodist church next Sunday Alice was the third child of and She was born Febru ary and would have been1 26 had she lived till her next She lived all her life in In Algona defeated Eagle Grove by a score of 146 In a fast game of foot ball Saturday afternoon at Athletic Eagle Grove made the only touch down in the first and the game then seemed to be all in favor of the visitors but the locals came back strong in the last and scored The high school boosted the local team to the Beat Eagle and Clean Up Eagle Grove had beem painted on and the windows of business After the game the signs were changed to We beat Eagle and We cleaned up Eagle The rivalry that has for years exis ted between the two schools was manifested in the rooting at the The Algona boys band was out in the members dressed as clowns and Between halves partisans of the two schools indulged in a rooting The locals had the advantage in but Eagle Grove was not outdone in Visitors Make First The game was called at Eagle kicking to The kickoff went Mathes catching on the line and returning 5 Sullivan made five on off and three more on the same Time out for Eagle Berkland goes in for of Eagle v Mathes makes and then makes first Foster thrown for four yards Sullivan makes six yards over right Pass and Algona South 15 one 50 mills to that figure for the coming 1915 she graduated from the Algona and then you must add a few REPORT THAT POPULATION OF WESLEY HUFF IS UNTRUE The census returns for Wesley are realize that use of the grounds was rnade possible by 457 not this the courtesy of Vi and the Schoby Cas who had charge of the Ingham gave free use of the and Vipond and the Schoby gave of the road from the highway to the Vipond owns the land over which the road but the Schoby had it i year mills Here are the levies for the 12 incorporated towns of the county D 1 Wesley Burt Fenton Lakota Ledyard Lone Rock Lu Verne Titonka Swea City Whittemore Township levies are District is with District is next low with The total levies for the four town ships surrounding Al gona follow Cresco Union Plum Irvington NORTH WESTERN MAY RESTOR OLD MORNINGEVENING TRAIN An informal committee of Ban croft and Burt men recently inter viewed Trainmaster of Eagle with reference to a pro high and for two years after wards taught Kossuth rural From that time till her last illness she was an employe of the Algona telephone The surviving and sisters are of Algona and Leland Caroline SISTER OF ALGONIAN IS MADE DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE Miss Lillian Leffert has been pro moted from chief clerk in the offices of secretary of Des to deputy secretary of Miss Leffert is the first wom an to hold such a responsible job un der the secretary of Th e news is of interest here because Miss Lef Some members thoughtlessly which liie actual or Theerroneous returns given cal Weather Turns Chilly tramped down crops in search of lost balls and caused other but and the Schobys generously overlooked these and thus put the club and ev ery member lasting debt of posal to restore the old morning evening Northwestern passenger and were told by him that he thought such a train would ac cording to the Bancroft The proposed train would leave Elmore early in the morning and return late at This would make it pos sible to go to Des Moines and return the same fert is a sister of County She is a graduate of Chi cago and has been admit ted to the bar in both Iowa and Illi She has served as Journal clerk at several of the TITONKAIYOUTH CHARGED WITH HAVING DESERTED FROM NAVY Mayor of has received official notice that Fred Callied has deserted from the United States coast guard cutter Snohomish at Port The notifi cation came in a letter under date of October 15 from the commanding of gate nailing catcher on Eagles yard Eagle makes only yard on three and punts outside on her own Fos ter makes two on Sullivan goes over tackle for and Willey smashes center for Time out for of Willey and ball goes to Eagle Grove on Eagle Sullivan fumbling and Eagle recov Time out for both teams Foster for Ball on Eagle Grove and Willey Willey makes two on and Sullivan goes around end for Mathes thrown for two yard and Sullivan Ball to Eagle on Eagle but ball is brought and Eagle pen alized 15 yards for Eagle makes 15 yards on and but ball is brought and Algona penalized 15 yards for kick Galbraith being Mc Mahon goes In for This penalty makes first down for Eagle On next play Eagle runs 25 yards for touchdown but fails to make Eagle 6 Al Quarter Eagles Eagle Grove kicks to who returns 15 Sullivan fails to Foster makes four around and Mathes makes one on Al gona penalized for holding and Ball is brought and Eagle pen alized 5 yards for Sullivan Eagle returning 10 yards to 25yard Eagle punts to Pass and Willey makes two on Forward pass intercepted by Eagle makes four on and two over Time out for Eagle and Mathes ficer of the took place October day and yesterday Adopts Cash the example of eleven goods for cash only BURT FARMER IS BITTEN BY GIANT MINNESOTA PICKEREL HW They are telling fish stories up at Burt The Monitor says Newt Volen tine had a battle with a big pickerel somewhere in Minnesota a few weeks ago He was fishing with his son and after the fish had been landed he got one of his hands too near its with result that it grabbed his Herb had to pry the fishs jaw loose before his father could withdraw the unfortu nate Revival Is The first of the Nazarene revival meetings announced last week was held Monday night at the old hotel building across the street from the Hagg Post The revivalists in charge have concluded to hold no further meetings till they are able to find more suitable Verne Girl Miss Consuelo daughter of Lu be gan the study of law after finishing a liberal arts and is now senior in the law college at Iowa The Lu Verne News reports that she was recently elected secre tarytreasurer of her The desertion The letter gives a description of the young who Is 22 years and says there is a reward for his Burt Marshal Godden has resigned the town marshalship at It paid only and the Moni tor did not think that was enough in addition to per forming his he had to stand for unmerited criticism from mem bers of the Quarter 6 Sullivan makes five around Mathes adds four on and Wil ley goes over for first Foster makes five around and smashes for Pass intercepted by Eagle on Eagle nine yards on smash but penalized S yards for Eagle penalized 15 yards for holding on next and punts to who returns 5 Leg Bones Ed Bartlett had the misfor tune to slip and fall while she was going down cellar at her home on Monday and both bones above one of her ankles were broken Down to 30 The temperature fell to 30 above Tuesday according to Weather Observer Eagle Still in Willey falls to and Foster makes five around Pass and Sullivan punts to who re turns three Eagle fails to and is penalized 15 yards for Eagle punts to who in middle on fake returns three Ball of Mathes fails smash and Foster makes three yards on Sullivan for five Willey fails to make Eagles Eagle makes seven yards on and adds two more on end Eagle makes first down around Jfofkr person goes in for Eagle makes five around and for first down then makes seven om but thrown for two yardf Eagle makes first fails to gain on next Jasper sou throws Eagle for six yard Drop kick punts of Eagle Qrovu fails and makes two over Pass Algonaa ball on   

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