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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1961
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f# -v i,..,!.,, , k N 66'S ~., Sticfc shltt, tt fc H _____.. suss i<"198_ -<_HeV. "Bi_catfn& 6, stick Shift, H & H -_.JL.__.! $1450 1—1959 Rambler 6. 4 dr. stick Shift, like 66 Pef Word, ddsh Ifi Advance 1—1958 PI. R&H, 1—1958 Che Cyl., o 11—1988 Ford V-8, aulo. , Wans., 300 _.' $ 925 1—19S9 ON* 6 Cyi. St. Trans, Bel t$t jfj- ' 1—1957 FpttJ 6 Cyl, 3pO \ 1—1&58 Mercury V»fl __..__ $ 895 1—1955 Chev. 210 2-dr. Hardiop, V'U, Auto., R & HSJ.r.Tf -fit) 1—1954 Chev. 4«dr. 210 "__ji $ $72 1 1—1954 Poniiac. Makeius ; ,'aa of for I 1—1954 Siudebaker. Make us an offer 1 , •*•> i 4 • ,,'?;, ^, , 1—1953 ( Olds, JMJL'stfiBk tym^i* 1—1947 Jeep, 4 wheel, drive, new paint ' ft—-- J> 376 1—1955 DeSoio Fir-come' Vj.|,| * I . Auto* Trans. *—i~-_— -$ ! 295 1—1954 Chev. 4-dr. 210 f 295 1—1954 Dodge „„_ I 295 1 1—1954.Ford, O'drive' 6 "f 295 KRAUSE "66" SERVICE Fenton, T ~--- v 60c Minimum Gopy " Deadiljie ' Monday, *4 p. m, * PHONE CV 4-3535 4 UDM Want Ads Reach Over 6,500 Families TSach Week I FOR S^Jjifi^ Chains to fit v i9S4 Chev. Standard tires, used-fine day, $12.98 new, will sell for $iO;00.' Call CY 4-4279 after^S < P-Jn. 62t'fri. FOll SALE — 10 .Choice Shorthorn steer calves. Marvin Kueck, Lone Rock. _ (52*) '-FOR SALE WANTED — Dependable maerjfei man, 24-4Q, with manaigmenTpji tential for'-full Mine, employment v wjtfi Nationally %iwri dompf ' '•' ,AV|fa|e '$116, vtp&i .tb'ilart/ ] traTn^i given. 'W^;^; WANTStl --"Girl ior'meit ping. 'Apply personally? . „ Super .Valu Meat Dept.-AI^ center tables. al 'cash* register, . $25. 1— Hall's double-door safe, combin- WANTED. TO BtTV -^ 'Alfalfa hay. Ernie Nauman, phtfle'il " " flS'a.t'Burt. , •• •; (& LATEST LISTINGS OF SCHULTZ BROS. TOP USED CARS 1959 OLpSMOBlLE Dynamic 88. PojyeV Steering, Power Brakes, four new Kres. 1959 FORQ Fairlane 500, 4 dr, V-8 motor,.with overdrive. Very cleqn. color Black & White; • ; 1959 PO^T'AC Catalina 2-door, Hyfiramqtic and radio. 1959 CHEVROLET 9-passenger station Wagon, wifh Ppwr er Steering, straight transmission, overdrive, radio and e|ectric rear .windows. VERY CLEAN.' 1958 BUICK-Soper'4-dopf^ard- top, /adio, heater, Dyna- flow, Rower steering and brakes. 1957 CHEVROLET 2 door Station Wagon. V 3? ; RP9 Tiiles, Sir- qight three speed trans.. 1957 PODGE 4 door, Hprdtop. Lpcally owned, low mile• age, very clean. 1956 PPNTIAC 4-door Hardtop, rqdlo, beater, & Hydroma- tij:. 1956 FpRD .Vafipn Wagon ? dpor. Six cylinder motor, with overdrive and radio. New snow tires. Runs and Drfyef very Use Back Door This Week eCY,4-4923 (52) WANTED - Jack fiabpfts, (S Haase, Burt, la, "' ~ » ' -j WANT TO LEASE ^- corn stalk land. Ernie/Naumdn, phone 11 on 98, Burt, Itu ' '•-'.-- FOR SAI&-,—'Diirpc tried boar. '' ,Lawrende l&ueger. 1 mile south i ; and >4 A<resit 'of'Ttionka,* phone 8 .' Jon- 94, ptjrt. ^ , (52) FbR §ALE^ Near new Burroughs ' "cash register^ ,'9 .'cols., can use double or-Single tape, also useable as adding* machine. All the latest i features. 'This is an expensive I jpiece-of biisiness ^uipment new, ^ tand here as a 'teal' saving. -Upper ; Bes JVIoines Pub. J Co., office supply dept. r Algona, '' (Sltf) HEAVYWEIGHT "TARPS AT •LIGHTWEIGHT PRICES. IF WE • HAVEN'T GOT "IT OR CANTi (SET IT. IT IS NOT' MANyFA0TJJHfit>. " '• Jfn FOR SAIJlji— 'A • few Assorted, school desks, various sizes! These' are the same as youngsters use in school, , would ' make a good gift, and shpiild help in study habits. /Upper "'Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. . . . ' (48tf) FOR SAI^!'^- Ilospital-typeryini-' Sol, qt. size." Cleans - deodorizes disinfects, $1.89 qt. STOEBER HARDWARE, Fenton. (49-52*) , ', , Excellent Salary • Program > I Liberal Employment Benefits -' <( " ' ; Profit 1 Sharjtagt ' ' ' We of^ec a career opportunity in a stable industry to married men • age 2$ or, older With managerial or supervisory ability. .Company paid 'management development program will prepare you to rnan- >age one of our Holic[ay Service Stations & Merchandise Centers. Previous station experience not required. ' Experience* in retail 'sales <or 'a' business of your' own helpful. No Investment required. Np mechanical repair work ,or greasing. If you are interested'. m advancing, with a" growing -coni' pany WRITE giving personal 'and employment background. "Ay -inquiries treated confidentially. HOLjE>AY STATIONS ' . - f T AND' . *• - *'• ,V MERCHANDISE CENTERS 142?' West. L_ke:Sfa-eet; Minnea, Minnesota^"' ' ' , • ^2) Red Estate be" seen at -, 'AlgoWa* Idtii . "after 6:p.ffl. FOR 'SALE — 120 Acres near Fen- tort," very geod blc land. pQ. W. J.' extra good 51-1* LOTS FOB SALE r •',' Ei Algqtta .. Only $1800 2 Cots N.,E, Algona - Only $1500 ' V- * »* » *» «««••-•« <M «W PAUL Algona, JaY Ml * SEELEY CY 4-.174 .,-, For Rent JTOR RENT — 3 room Unfurnished -apartment, first floor. Call £Y 4-4572 or 4-2718. '. . ' .52 Wanted ffELP WANTED —l Car Salesman. Guarantee plus commission 1 See Fred' Kent, Jr. Kent Motor Co., Algona. 1 ' ,52 WAlNTEp"— Office employment by 'young woman, -19*' Experienced on machines,, switchboard. Phone CY J4-3471,. or Box 304, Algona: ' ;.;,, .•,; • •: (52*) 1955 PACKARD Clipper 4-door Sedan, tutone Black: and white, very clean;, 1955 PCWTIAS Sjar i-hief 4-dr, Automatic Trans., Radio, New White Tires, colored glass and large hub caps. 1953 PPDGE 4<>door Sedqn, V-8, heater and overdrive. 1948 STUDEBAKER TRUCK, l'/ 2 t»n, new engine last year, combination stock & grain box and hqisf. We have a y?ry H09«l fflection of older eafs that will make you good trqnsporfqtion. S p rn 9 cheapies, »om§ junkers, »ome dandies. We are going to move •hese 10 don't delay. 1 DIRICT*BROADCASTS FROM 7; J 5 to 7:20 A, M. IRY MONDAY, WiPNISPAY AND FRIDAY MQRNINPI WE HAVE IN 5TOCX f 4 Nfw §«l«k*» t 1 N^W C»«W|Bf, • 4 Ntpr t 4 Nf^ I s AU OF Uf M ''VWH'YOU AW?-*---, AND PRO$PE8QUS NiW YIAR. chultz Bros. KENT'S /,.••-•.. v • t A-1 C A R S ALL LATE MODEL CARS CARRY 1-YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY 1 1960 FALCON 4rdr. Deluxe model, Standard Trans., exceptionally nice. 1958 FORD, Custom 300, 4 dr. 1955 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr., . V-8, Radio and Power- Glide, 1954 FORD Hardtop Victoria. 1954 FORD Custom 4-dr,, Y-8, radio andi Standard Trgns, FOR RENT — Modern 2 room apartrnent, partly furnished. Ph. CY 4-457,2. br 4-2718. .62* Fipl?, : RENT T- 1 3-ropm house and : two apartments. Call CY 4-2205. J',;' e '. "-.-.. / '. ,,'52-1*. •FOR RENT -ii-;Clo§eft it? fviiirished apt.'.with heat, and laundry . privileges. See Bjustrom -Furniture. '•' (52) FOR RENT — 2 bedroom home v with bath and garage. Harley E. , Hanson, Algona, Iowa. _ (51-1*) FQR R^NT -T FUHNI5HEW & Ideated apartment, close-in, private entrance, private bath. See Baiustrom Furrsture/ Farm Equipment FOR SALE <— 3 bedroom, 2 bath room'home on Potter's Hill. Oil Heat, Oarage and Breezeway, large k>t.;irvihg Urchj CY 4-2977. , ". ' ' « ' (30tf) Miscellaneous IF YdtT ARE HAVING TROUBLE BUYING CAR -INSURANCE. ; SEE L. S. 6OHANNON, 6 N. DODGE, ALGONA; IOWA. 52 3has., Storm Lake, and Alice Chicago, spent the week fid at the Arthur Long home. Mr. and ,Mrs. t,auf.gnde J.oye'rn pent several days with relatives "i Des Moines. While there they ere snow-bound and didn't gex Borne until Sunday. and Mrs.' •Bancroft r r^ » *ff ' f M'r,s. Lawrence Bergman Students home from college fpr 'the/holidays are Becky Becker^ Mar^iiette University, Wise., Richard, Schiltz, Libras, Dubuque, James JShrandt, Kay Menke, Percill^' .Govern, puane Menke, Ames,!.Fidelis Darikb&r, Rock Is- laj>d,"Ill., Joey Welp from St. Thojnas, St. " Paul, David ana Mary Welp, Ames, Marjory Welp, St. Benedict College, Minn. . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Long and „ .-,- r^.,- $Chilfz are ;the parents of a daughter born •Dec. 17 at Holy family hospital; Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Don McGfee and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz are the grandparents. 1 Rudy Fangman arid Barbara Pritzler left this week for a vacation with' relatives in the soutti. '"Mr. and Mrs'. Vic-'Harisen ar- nVed Wednesday for .a visit at the Richard Menkes and Ben Hansons, Whlttemore. They had been visiting with the Leland Derners in Redwood City, Calif. for several days befpfe coining here. Tom McGuire, Dwayne Vaske and Bill Wilhehpi went to .Minneapolis Thursday "where 'they enlisted in the Navy. Y • ' -IMrs. Chas. McGuire Spent s*v^ eral days last v^eek with her daughter and family, ihe Don Schiltz at Estherville. Several from here are hdspital patients. Barbara Lappe a rriecb- eal patient and Fred Eckhart a inedical patient _t Hoiy'-Ppitiily hospital, Estherville, and Mrs. J. 1 H. Menke, a medical patient a; St. Ann hospital, Algona. Dorothy Blocker, ..Chicago, arrived home Friday ^0 kpaad the holidays with her parents, the Art Blockers. ' / *$ Alice Long, employed irt,'Chi- cago, carrie Sunday,for the,holiday weekend with Her, parents, the Art Longs. "' S • ' Jane Wolf, Omaha, Nebi 1 ., Spent the weekend with Her parents, the Gen? Wolfs. ' '<"- V" ' ' K 6 Y S Coctst-to-Coast . Algoija inpiiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii THERE'S A R MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING niiniiiiimiiniiRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliuiniiniuniimnipuiiui NWHY and;. CA RPETING In NATO Exercise A2/G Ron Bronson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bronson, Algona, now stationed at a U.S. Air Force base in Turkey, recently took p&rtin an £xerclse of NATO in Europe. Called Exercise Checkmate, 72 F-100 jets and thousands of:men took part. It was a test of defensive capabilities of NATO air, ground and naval forces. A 2/C Bronson was stationed at England Air Force Base, La., prior to his overseas duty. Thursday, December 28, 1961 Algona (la.) Upp»rDe» Moine*-} Custom Drapery Headquarters By A Decorating Consultant Be Sure- Be Right See Bjustrom Furniture, Algona USED APPLIANCES AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE BUY OF THE WEEK! Humidafier __. $39.95 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper USE HORMEL 42% HOG SUPPLEMENTS FOR FASTER MORE ECONOMICAL GAINS Available with Antibiotic (180 gms. Aurepmycln) or Regular "ALWAYS FRESH - ALWAYS AVAILABLE" Hormel Livestock Station - Algona SPECIAL MID-WINTER SALE 1961 V.I.P. 16 Ft. SPAN AMERICA FOR RENT - WAREHOUSE SPACE. LOADING DOCK, ELECTRICITY, GOOD LOCATION, CHEAP. Oil Burners 10" Duotherm _______ $59.9; 1-100 Gal Fuel Tank; '•.•'•. s G.E. 36" _ $59.9 Westlnghouse 40" $79.95 Kelvinator 4V' $69.95 40" Gas Range ___^__ ,$59.95 at USED FARM CHIVBOlif Rgcjio, & Standard Trgns. mlsilon, • ; , 1953 1949 MffcCUBY, 2 I WO FOBO 2 Tgn, F-600, 1958 FOROmoji Pick Up. 1951 FQBO % Ton Pick Up. WP WISH Y©« A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NSW YIAR FROM AU OF US AT IB^HP ^BH^ ^H^^^-^P ^^^f ^^_^ ^^^^ MOTOR CO. FORD & FAICON ioJti ft $»rvl«» Polar Permanent Anti-Freeze, gaL .-...-.—.... .......... ; $l-69 In your container NEW HEIDER MIXER BOXES . ON HAND ' 1—1951 Allis Chalmers WD teac, tor, A-1 shape, w/3-14 |h, mounted plow --.--- — - r ,$lQ5Q I— Rubber tired wagon ____ $ 45 1—1944 "B" J.D. tractor ____ $ 325 1 — New style Super 6 loader, with manure bucket ---------- $ 1,45 1—3 HP. EJectric Mptor.. 1 — Humboldt Loader with utility and fork -------- _ ______ $ 150 ' — New Idea tractor spreader ---- , ----------- $190 1—1937 JD tractor "B" „ $1?5 I— John Deere "B" tracer, 1948, painted and overhauled $425 1— Used Hammermill ------ $ 35 ALL PRICED TO SELL I {.-r-Mpdel 70 KwpcQ Ne\v Hester, , Demonstrator .——-,-— $ 95 l--New Red Hen Space Heater, Large Size, Demonstrator $175 CORN CRIPS U SQfS It SIOUX CORN CRIB9 IMPLEMENT Igwe ($1) 6qrn w PerCent Interest on Your jHyES Catholic Church end Hospital Bonds Registfr^d Repr«sgnt*tive 609 North Ijiais fttetf na, lows PETERSEN FURNITURE i IN FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prioet COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU START THE NEW YEAR WITH ONE OF THESE HOME BARGAINS - 2rbedroom, new, total electric, Gold Medallion $15,750 3-bedrpom, new, 1620 E. Oak. larger than you think $11,995 3-bedroom, near new on hwy. 18 east, reasonable country living —- $21,000 3-bedroom, 821 E. North, location like this not often for sale --r - — $ 9 - 500 3'bedroom, 1520 E. State, comfortable living. NOT high priced — S 6.000 3-bedroom. plus 5 vacant lots, 9115 E. Elm, valuable site . $ 9,000 3-bedroom, 314 S. Phillips, carpeted Jilyjng room, bftth room. 4ining room „-,—- -,—- ---.-— $ ?<90 ° 4-bedroom, 721 N. Woodworth, real clean, not old, in good ajefi _..,,.,._ - — - $15,500 Small home, neat, easy to heat, 810 S, Mopre - $ 4,500 let v$ show you ope of these — It costs you nothing to look - See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbs? over Penney's. (52) FOR 40' Afire* Tpe undersigned, as *ple the Northeast \p Partition, offers (N| '/4) of th» east One^fourth (|Ni '/4) of Seettpn Qni {)), Township Ninety-nine (99) NPrt h ' Ra ng« Tvw|»nty-seven (27), West 9f the Fifth P. M., Kossuth Cownty, |pwa. Possession; Merch 1, 1962 Terms; 29% (town a> fh« flmt tf Hit v*«tvHpn of of Sate, wblsh Centf^ mutf be approved by the Bi»»ri*t Ceyrt of |owa inf|mi for Keisufh C«unry. 0»wn payment rttumed if approval «f Conrraet i* n»J ebtginfd. Balanct dvt 90 Msrffe 1, J963 er wppn r#t«ipt if ebilr^cr fhowtos m*r«bflnt«bl« tiH* and Rtf#re»'i ' Pids sJi9Mld be ;ujuniited to the wndt riiinf d Penold Donald lovden, in Partition T-VSETS Motorola 23" and Stand, 6 rno. old $249.95 21" G.E. Table Model __ $99.95 Ironer ironrite Ironer, __ Reg. $329.95 Now $124.95 Refrigerators 2—Westlnghouse 9 cu. Ft. ,*._ '_— r __ $49.95 Each 1-Kelvinator 9 Cu. Ft. 4 Yrs. Old $99.95 Washers & Dryeri I—Westjnghouse Laundromat $99.9J Qexter Double tub cony. $74.95 Water Heaters 50 gallon Electric. --, ----- $ 49,95 Record Player, Pecca 3-speed. $14.95 USED ELECTRIC MOTORS hove them/ 011 sizes </4 H,P, 1/9 H,P« !/* H.P, all woil MISCELLANEOUS 43" Cabinet „_„—- $129.95 — — $ 99,99 Eleftrif Consol Sewing e Jove $100 $99.9$ TERMS IF DESIRED LANE APPLIANCE BOATS (while they last) REGULAR VALUE $1098.0,0 $648 MERCURY OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE - Be Ready For Spring ANDY'S SPORTARAMA Humboldt -- Phone 505 (52*) FARM AUCTION As I am moving to a different farm lhat is not set up for dairying, I must sell the following on farm located 6 miles west of Blue Earth, Minn., and 4Vz miles scuih; or 1 mile east of Guckeen and 4'/a mUes south; or 13 miles east of Fairmont and 4'/a miles south (known as'the Freeman Place) ON THURSDAY, January 4th - 1 p.m. 11 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN COWS No. 1—Cow to freshen Jan. }5 with 2nd calf; No. 2—Cow to freshen Jan. 5 with 2nd calf; No. 3—Cow fresh Dec. 14 with 2nd calf; No. 4—Cow fresh Nov. 23 with 3rd calf; No. 5—Cow to freshen by sale date with 4thj calf; No. 6—Cow fresh Nov. 12 with 2nd calf; No. 1 —Cow'fresh Nov. 14 with 4ih calf; No. 8—Cow fresh by sale date with 3rd calf; No. 9—First calf heifer fresh Oct. 4ih; No. 10—First calf heifer fresh Oct. 7th; No. 11 Springing heifer; 12 Yearling Black Steers and Heifers. DA1HY EQUIPMENT — Surge 2 unit milker, large buckets practically new; Large 4 unit S.P. pump with 1/3 h.p. motor; Pipe line, 2-in. and 14— 10-gallon milk cans; Master-Bill side door 6-can cooler. Case 13'/i ft. field cultivator; 35 bushel hog feeder; Wood or cob tank heater, new; 2—16-fi. feed bunks; Apartment size gas stove. CHICKEN EQUIPMENT — 2—JO-hole chicken nests; Some chicken roosts, 2x2. FEED —Some baled alfalfa hay; Some baled straw. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE —Here is an outstanding herd of cows for they are large, all young, and just fresh or coming fresh. This herd of cows ave. brought in from $500 to $600 a month. By that you can see what kind of cows they are. The Surge milker is practically new with large buckets, jump and motor, and pipeline. Come early as it will only take an hour ir so. Remember we start at 1 o'clock p.m. — Wedel, Clark & Steele. .fsual Auction Terms No Property Removed Until Settled For. . Not Responsible For Accidents HERMAN OLSON, Owner Wedel, Clark & Steele, Auct. First National Bank of Blue Earth, Clerk FARM AUCTION WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10 - at 12 Noon Having decided to quit farming, I will sell at my farm located 7 liles West of Humboldt, 1 North, 1st place West on Hiway 3; or 4 miles last, 1 North and '/i East of Gilmore City — About 900 Bales of Red Clover & Alfalfa mixed Hay in Barn. FARM EQUIPMENT I960 IHC 460 tractor, fast hitch, power steering, 411 mounted plow .-H's, 26 mounted stalk cutter; 1958 J.P. 620 tractor, 3 point hitch, power Bering, rollamaiic 810 mounted plow 4-14's, 400 4-row cultivator; 1952 JD. '3' tractor, 2-row cultivator with fertilizer attachments; 1936 J.D. 'B' raclor; 1960 65 cece combine with wagcn hitch and hyd. cyl.; 1958 J.D. 27 mounted cornpicker; Sheller Attachment, No. 50 for 227 J.D.; 1956 IHC 55-T Paler; ijISS J.D, Rotary Hoe; 1957 New Idea side rake, 4-barj 956 JO?. 12 ft. tandem disc, 18" blades; 1955 J.D. PTO hammermill, 14" 'Uh auger; 1955 Shaver post driver, mounted, Hyd.; 1955 Wallin Hoist ith bargebox and trailer; I960 Hejder auger wagon; 1952 J.D. 18 ft. Uc, 18" blades; 1951 IHC 8 ft, windrower; 1949 J.D. 490 planter; IHC 6 ft. springtooth; western 15 ft. landroller; clipper fanning mill with levator; 2 steel flange boxes with IHC running gears; Lindsey drag; 30F IHC manure spreader; J.D. No. 5 mower; Humboldt manure loader jth snow bucket and blade. Broy Hill %-wheel sprayer; 2 flat racks; Portable livestock chute; Walk-in feeders, 8 x 10; steel wheel running gear and wooden flare ox; IHC endgate seeder; half cab for 460 or 560 IHC tractors; heat pDser for J.D. 'G', 'A' or 'B'; 2x2x6 balv. water tank; G.E, electric elder, complete; Westlnghouse air compressor, '/a h.p. good as new; ench with big vise; set of pipe threaders; die set; electric brooder stove; canvases; chicken feeders; cement mixer; fertilizer spreader, 2-wheel; MX) lb scale; hog troughs; elec. drjll press; Hyd hoses and cyl; One elf Hog feeder, galvanized; steel stone boat; wheel weights for IHC and 43.; tractor tire chains; Emery wheel with 1 h.p. motor; electric fencer ind equipment; woven wire stretcher; jet water pump, 1 h.p.; chain tout; cattle oiler; hog oiler; sub. pump; grease and oil; oil barrels; Log hams; 3 rolls snow tencing like new: Many other misc. items too numerous to mention. HQU££HULD GOODS — White enameled trash burner; walnut writing desk and chair; 8 piece dining room suile; 9 x 12 rugs, good con- ition, with pad; bed; 5-piece bediopm suite; garden tools; picnic table; -lawn phairs; 2-piece green living room suite; sleds; girl's 24" bicycle; sq. galv. tubs on roller stands; fruit table; fruit jars; 2 end tables. 'EHMS: CASH — NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SgTTLED FQR NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIPENTS RUDY NAIVE, OWNER BRADGATE. ]©WA Andersen and Klwe, Auctioneers. Humboldt Trust & Sayings gwOt, Gii»or« Qjiy,

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