Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1942 · Page 7
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AL ONS ATIONS fii4—-Last week afternoons interviews at 5, 1942. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA rne Pupils Quiz Business Men RMS T, H. KLA1WP, Field was school — accordance HpfliaiiaUl&iprepared by t>.M&^f|$Ibley. =a h'ea- ufrmwM-. chapman, belter health - We stopped briefly at the William Buss farm, southwest of Lone Rock, a week ago, and and a brother-in- a little trouble with in the brother-in- said, "No, you can't have the baby." William Farrow's, south- At west of Bancroft, we always , __, , have a lot of fun, for these folks 's car. The engine wasn't run- | are jolly good fellows. The little nmg as it should. We learned. girl went out to call "Jack" and that Mrs. Buss had been hospital, but was now in at a much on the hard- electrical •ed by H. G. the lum- We were at Wm. O. Dreyer's, southwest of Lone Rock, a short ..... ,„,_,., Ctoeiman; netyWj| clcv s{n; ' ; the||t^fe of the Lu on journal- ineth Whitney, R. L. Cor- and the and J. A. one day last week, ond found Mr. and Mrs. Dreyer were both out doinj^ chores. Mrs. Dreyer was tending the chickens, and William was feeding the hogs. Mr. Dreyer took us to the barn, where he has 65 fall pigs, then to the hog house, where he has a drove of spring pigs that first snpaker are about ready for market. He first speaker gaid he wgg p _ oud rf hfa ^ and we thought he had a right as station basis of a Hugh Shirk of phar- of a to be. • Ernest E. Fischer, northwest, of Lone Rock, was cleaning out his barn when we saw him last Thursday. He remarked that the weather was mild enough, to make it a good time for a cleanup. Ernest was one of the many farmers caught with bad weath- , r iT ,..^_ J ,.»..._ u M1C ^Ji. er and corn still in the field last iations sand; training necessary fa . n ,' but he Anally got it all r*ihe^felijii|;profession. Fol- P"- ked . though it was a tough • • • * s n, tou sMsfPttcjMthlth ouring ^questions. f:«p?IP«iP«i i ':_[_'_' '<' l^M^'li •••-'• •ii^U ' • a discussion speaker ans- Sunday— John H. Schuler, east of Swea i City, wlas feeding his hogs when we arrived last week Tuesday, * and good anc * we took note that the hogs led tot out showe d they get pleaty to eat. -y many Lu John snowed us his big Hereford for out of town bull> a registered fellow weigh- 'Verne people lng a ton - Mr - Schuler said he has always kept a registered purebred at the head of his herd. Whittemore, H. G. French- was at home After he had shown us around, where she- is .Mrs. George at their took a little time out, and we went to the house, where— lo and behold — Mrs. Schuler had pre- .j . iii'Harold Johnson's P ared a fine lunch .which certain""'^ ly tasted g° od „. „,****, We called recently Carr>s > northwest of at Bert Bancroft, , but did not have our us ual visit Wilson Leg- Jamieson took itHihson to her Palls and visited and Mrs Mrs Gott- with Mr - and Mrs - Carr . who had the d at just come home from town, and pest Bend; Mr. lt: was cnore time.. As a rule we have a Sood visit with, these the Kabele- hospitable farm people. eld; Edward from Fort r ard Sexes,,of At Alex J. Radig's, southwest of Lone Rock, tfBert Thomas's- the boys were at home m and je; and Jake Jbwa State, a and Lennie fiwere at Henry „_ H. D.- . I$$&.D. Meyers, of Vf \;went home last Mrs. Radig and at home a week i-iKii*. Tuesday. Mr. Radig buys with " stock ;at Lone ' Rock and is kept pretty busy for he is a popular buyer. The boys had stacked a fine pile of firewood on the porch, probably in case there might be a lot of snow later and they wouldn't have so much trouble to keep the fires going. * * • • Last week Monday Ello Rahn came to the door --when we . - - C two months rapped, and the family dog came are both oneer families out with him. Ello -was talking some strange language that , « 4 i . , na so unded like it had some "blitz" sof the late Mr^ in it. .He said, "You see . that Kubly Sr. and black dog. Well, he ate 75c worth _son of Mr. and o f wieners and hamburger!" Ello * ?i e Wer f ex P lain e d that he (himself, not h family, and the dog) had come home from - town> got out of the car - a n d left a u^ ar u door °P en ' whereupon, while he was talking to some agent, the dog jumped into the car and ate the, meat. "Now," Ello mourned, "we have to have eggs for dinner!" still 'in* Meyers have tier-since 1909, '.taken the Lu lyears. A fare- j.given in their nunity hall last on, and at the __, „_ __ w _, „_„ Kubly, a Mey-. but on our way~to his home hust „, ' I ef t for the week Tuesday we met him near fan honor guest. Roy Mine's. Alfred drives a , school bus, and he was enroute ! to the Grant consolidated school We intended to call on Alfred Zielske, northwiest of Ledyard, Bride— Uds were inter- to get a load of school children, the marriage We usually have a fine visit at Idred, daughter Ramer, -Eagle of Mrs. Geo. The bride ^childhood here R-:-the Late. Che.s- Zielske's, where there are two boys that attend the Grant school. Marvin Marlow is new man on . . one of the N. L. Cotton farms Northwest- northeast of Lone Rock. This is : esler is the son the farm where Victor Rogers ge Keller, state did live, Marvin, who was car- who died as rying water to his cows, said that lautpmobile acci- " months ago. rafieo— , lilies had family pt Jacob Kubly's as soon as the'snow was gone a new water tank would be set up. At the Albert *Looft farm, southwest of Ledyard, the son it Jacob Kubly's John, 5, met us in the yard, and iJvubly, who left said, "Mother is pretty busy. I havs a new baby sister, her name is Gretchen, and she is ten weeks old." Then he escorted us to the house, and Mrs. Looft Showed us the fine baby. John At- St. label Kubly. Al' Kraffts, Eagle , ge and Henry ck; the Arthur and others nicy Whitmirs— 1 shower was giv- |t the Lutheran LeVerne Whit• Viva Ristau. |»Irs. Albert Neil^Emery, and Mrs. nd 40 women at-; fcer, whose birth?Q, was taken .. news came the birthof "Jill," and a couple of fine pigs came on the run. to answer her. She has raised these pigs herself, and she did a g«od job of it, for they now weigh nearly 200 pounds. They still like to have her feed them. The Farrows gave us a good "liar" clipping, and it would fit in with the Wisconsin liars stories that the papers tell about every year when there is a big contest.* * * * When we arrived at Richard Oswald's, southeast of Elmore, last week Tuesday h_ said "I am batching it." His wife was in the hospital at Buffalo Center, and a new boy, born January 23, was with her. He has been named Kenneth Allen, and this is a first child.- Richard said he had been a sailor on the Great Lakes eight, years, but his father, C. R. Oswald, wanted to retire, so he came home to do the farming. He said he liked the sailor's life. * * * * We called recently at Earl Reed|s, southeast of Elmore. Mr. and 'Mrs. Reed said they like their new neighborhood. They formerly lived northwest of Burt, and are the folks who raised fine ducks there. They also every year can about the finest sweet corn that can be got anywhere. They bought the farm where they now live. * * * * Last week Monday we called at J. M. Patterson's, on No. 169 south of Algona, and found Mrs. Patterson busy at her washing while a son was doing chores. There are plenty of- chores on this farm, for Mr. Patterson 1 has a top herd of Holstein cows. He NOTICE OF PROBATE WILL No. 4865: OF State of Iowa, Kosuth County, ss. In District Court, January term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Olaf Engelby, deceased, dated September 24, 1937, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 16th day of February, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona Iowa, before the District Court o said County, or the Clerk of sai< Court; and at. 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have why said instrument should 'no be probated and allowed as anc for the last Will and Testamen of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Feb. 2 1942. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy, HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, Attorneys. 21 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4861,, IN DISTRICT COURT. STATE of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss, January term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of F. W. Davidson, deceased, dated September 21, 1941, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday, the 28th day of February, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will arid Testament of said, deceased. ' Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 27th, 1942. ' / KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. By T. HOLTZBAUER, , Deputy. L. A. WINKEL, Attorney. 20-22 said his cows produced 90 gallons of milk a day. * * * * We were briefly at the Mike Leners place, down towards St. Joe, one day. last week. Mrs. Leners and two of the boys were at home, but Mike had gone to a farm he bought recently three miles east and a mile north of Emmetsburg. The farm where the family now lives, well known as the Gilmore farm, has been sold. We shall miss the Leners family hereafter as we travel our Kossuth routes. Mr. and Mrs. Leners have five fine boys. * * * * Herman Becker, who has a rented farm south of Irvington, was hauling gravel to the hog lot to be put around the hog feeders when we stopped at his place ten days ago. He took a little time off to take us to the house and show us the twin girls, now a year old and cute as cute can be. There is also a boy in the family. pitable place to visit. These folks, in fact, have that famed southern hospitality. We had dinner there last week Monday and can testify that Mrs. Hawkins is a top cook. The little granddaughter, Shirley Nelson, was there, and after she told us her name she said she did not know how old she was. She is a fine little entertainer. * * * * We were at Lone Rock Monday and called at the elevator, where that he had bought. He has a! purebred Holstein herd and is j milking 14 cows at present. The Butterfields have made some im- ! provements on their house in the ' last year, among them a new furnace and redecoration throughout, and they now have a fine home. * * * * Peter Cassem, southwest of Elmore, lives on one of the John Frankl farms. Palmer Cassem i was hauling silage to the steers, i 200 of them, when we stopped there last week Tuesday, and Peter was driving the milk cows into the barn. Peter remarked he had his part of chores to do. * SOLDIER HEARD FROM. Lakota, Feb. 3—Former Supervisor and Mrs. C. O. Peterson have at last heard from their son Cecil, Hawaiian soldier. This was his first letter home since" the Pearl Harbor attack. H.W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Ljng Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling & draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. The Jerome northwest of Wesley is a * * Hawkins farm hos- plenty busy looking after a lot of customers—K. G. EWolt, Peter Christenson, and others. George | Nyman, who lives north of Lone ' Rack, came in while we were there and invited us out to his place next summer to help him shock oats. There is always a jolly lot of men at this elevator. * * * * Last week Tuesday morning we called on Albin Schneider, south of Burt, on one of the William Bleich farms, and he was moving his hog feeders to dry ground. * * + * i On January 28, which was Wednesday, we dropped in at R. W. Butterfield's, northwest of Elmore. Roy, as most people call him, was hauling home silage NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 552. Notice Is hereby given to all •persons whoBe names appear In the within schedule that there haa been filed in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report Vf the Board of Apportionment, showing 1 the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate Included within Secondary 'Road (District No. 552, which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: Sub-Division ex. CTalO __ 10 SK14 _______ 10 ______ 10 NEJ/l SB14. ______ 10 NWW. SEW 10 KB 14 NWW IS 15 15 SEii NWi,i _____ 15 N1W% NTSy. 15 "" SE14 NE14 __ J5 NE% 15 Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres ...10 94 30 40.00 10 94 30 40.00 94 30 89.33 94 30 40.00 94 30 40.60 94 30 40.00 94 30 40.00 94 30 40.00 94 30 40.00 94 30 40.00 M 30 40.00 94 . 30 40.00 94 30 40.00 94 30 40.00 94 40.00 40.00 You and eacjh of you whose names appear in the within schedule are hereby notified -that said report will come on for hearing before the (Eioard of Supervisors at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February, 1942, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of tho above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to 'said report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without Interest if paid within twenty days from date the assessment Is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 2Gth day of January, 1942. E. IS. KINSEY, 20-21 County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 563. Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear In the within schedule that there has been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing- the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estatQ included within Secondary Road District No. 663, which schedule of proposed assessment is *s follows: Sub -(Division SW% SE14 NE SW% SE14 NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 546. , Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has been Hied in the office of the County Auditor of KoB8u.th County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing 1 the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secpndary Road "District No. 646. which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows; Sub-Division SW-U NWM. _.„. 3 NWiT — 3 Sec) Twp. Rng. Acres Name of the Owner Assm't »by;is the daugh- FB. Cecil Baker, Sew*. erence of the church was evening. The Rev. ort Dodge, p. S. communion ser- George Schneit *i ttie lor- 94 29 40.00 Casper J. Smith * 3.38 94 Zl 40.00 .Casper J. Smith __ 3.49 94 29 40.00 R, S. X«e _i .—__ 3.49 94 29 40.00 Equitable WTe Assur. Soc. 4.83 94 29 40.00 Equitable Life Assur. Soc. _ . 4.S3 94 29 40.00 Equitable Life Aaeur. Soc. 6.66 94 29 40.00 Equitable Life Aasur. Soo. ... 6.66 94 29 40.00 Equitable TUffr Assur. Soc. 4.83 94 29 9.00 Equitable Life Aesur. Soc. 1.28 94 !» 31.00 Thomas and Katie Chi;ton___ 4,69 94 29 40.00 Joseph Dietrich - • 4.83 94 29 40,00 Joseph Pietrioh 2.67 »4 29 40.00 Julius P. and Mary Capeeius. 4.98 94 29 40.00 Juliua P, and Mary Capeslue. 2.74 94 29 40.00 C. V, Barker . ... . 3.09 3.31 10 «' 2» 10.00 Thomas and Kg-tie Chilton .. 1.24 _ You aad each, of you whose names appear in thp within schedule are hereby notified that »ld report -will come on for hearing before the (Board ofSupervisor at their office iij Algo.88, low*, Oflth9«tt&>d*y ot February, 1912, at Vf9 o'clock p. m. At eaid hearing any ftf the above apportionments Wy;,w.'iBcreAWd jpiyjp»y be a4ogt,e4 wi&outfurther notice. -•'• -• '-••• yiOkw,-m fUf. written ob_ecUofl» to, saW report on or before noon of said 4ay flue WOT* will be presumed >to have t,een pow4W_$ly waived, ^ All a*te«-nent* may..^i PftW.Jp **»» ^tSWSLl3«*«* « ' aawawSenf *r**^- » - 94 29 30.00 Harold Smith twenty toy* from d»te the •Date* »t tW» 96tb t i* po „_ »* NE14. 35 NE% __ So NE% _____ 35 SE% ______ 35 SEy. ______ 35- SEJ4- 35 SEVi __ 35 N1W^_ ___ 36' 36 ~" NEW SW NW% SWi/1 U. W% 36 36 36 36 36 95 95 »5 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 96 Sec. Twp. Rns. Acres Name of the Owner ..35 95 23 ' 40.00 John Frankl 95 28 40.00 John Frankl 28 40.00 Dana E. Thomas Dana E. Dana E. Dana E. Dana E. Dana E. Dana E. Dana E. 40.00,. Dana E. 40.00 Dana E." 40.00 Dana E. 40.00 Dana E. 40.00 Dana E. 40.00 Dana E. 28 2S 28 28 28 2S 28 28 28 28 28 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Assm' t ._* 4.70 4.52 6.20 6.G4 6.54 4.52 4.70 6.37 4.70 6.37 6.54 .- ' 4.52 4.52 6.64 5.73 4.23 You and each of- you whose names appear in the within schedule are Hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the IDoard of Supervisors at'their office In Alsona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February, 1942, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to sai'd report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid in full without interest if paid within twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this _6th day of January, 1942. E. S. KIN'SETT, 20-21 County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 537. Notice is herebjr given to all persona whose names appear In the witlhin schedule that there has -been filed in the office of • the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing' the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 537, which schedule of proposed assessment la as follows: Sub-Division * Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres NE»£ NE% 15 96 28 40.00 NE^ IS M 28 40.00 (NB14 ._lfi SEW, NEW. INEW. ______ 16 SEW. ______ Ifi 96 96 96 96 28 .28 28 28 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 . . ______ NWW. SlEW. _____ 16 NEW. NWW. _____ 16 96 28 40.00 NWW. NWW. _____ 15 96 28 40.00 SWW. NWW. 15 SE% NWW. 15 NEW. SWW, 16 NWW, 98 33 40.00 96 28 40.00 96 28 40.00 .15 96 28 40.00 Name of the Owner John and Leo J. Miller. John and Leo J. Miller. John and Leo J. John and Leo J. John and Leo J. John and Leo J. Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co. Northwestern Insurance Northwestern Insurance Northwestern Insurance Northweatern Insurance Northwestern Insurance Assm't f 4.37 6.31 Miller 6.68 Miller 4.37 Miller 2.62 Miller. _ 3.78 Life 5.63 Mutual Life Co. 4.42 Mutual Life Co. 2.98 Mutual Life Co. 4.41 Mutual IJfe Co. 3.78 Mutual Life Co. 2.56 You and each of you whose names appear in tho wjthln schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the Board ?o.^ Sup , ervls ors at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February, 1.HA at two o clock p. m. At said hearing any of the" above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said clay the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid in full without Interest If paid within twenty daya from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of January, 1S42. ' - E. S. KINBETT, . 20-21 County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 553. Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has been filed in the office of the County -Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate Included within Secondary Road (District No. 663. which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: ' ,»*«-- cuui. OJ Sub-iDlvision NB N' TO% SW"4 7 r 'W% SWy. 7 SEW NW SWW. SEW flElJ SB_f Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres 94 30 40.00 94 30 42.04 30 42.07 30 30 30 NEW. __ >ota } and 2 of 'lot 7.8 28 NWil ____ 18 Ix>t 81 NW\ ___ I.1S Lots 1 and 2 and N% of 3 NWW. 18 tot 3 and all of 4, 6. 6, 7 NWW. 18 Lots 8 and 9 NIW w.18 Lots 10, «, 12. 13? M, 16, 16 NWW 18 Lota 17, 18, 19 and 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 91 94 M 9* 94 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 78.14 10.00 Name of the Owner Assm't John E. Ludwig f 9.51 John B. Ludwig 10.41 John E. Ludwig 14.12 John E. Ludwig 13.74 Louis Krug et al ~~ 9.51 Louis Krug et al 13.74 Paul P. Bffnwart 9.90 Paul P, Banwart 12.69 Paul P. Banwart 12.33 Paul P. Banwart _ 14.10 Paul P, Banwart 9.61 Paul P. Banwart 9.90 Louis Krug et al 24.78 Herman Harms 30 2.76 Herman Harms 30 30 . ______ Lots 21, 22 and 23,' 94 30 94 30 4.60 2.00 7.74 .5.69 J. <\ Thome _ Elfred Schafer Louis Krug et al Louisa Boyle and Delia iFalb. ___ Lot 24 mru ..."IS M NWS _!_ 18 Lot 26 NWJZ _ 18 X>t 27 NWU ., ___ 18 Lot 30 NWU _ IS Lot 3.52 .97 1.69 .70 1.96 1.42 1.62 .87 106 Anna Benninger P. O. Dwweger P. Newen ...I „„, P. O. Dorweller _ 1.06 p. o. Dwweijw.:_::::::::: P. O. Dorweiler „ _ 03. Perkins _, »ft Name of the Owner Assm't Theresa May AndereES J 14.02 Theresa May Anderegg 18.97 Henry Harms 19.13 Adam Berte 19.47 Adam IBcrte 18.97 Katherino Harms 13.48 Katherine Harms __ 14.02 Katherlne Harms 13.48 Fred Hanaelman 19.47 Fred Hanselman 18.97 Fred Hanselman 14.02 Fred HanBelman 33.48 Albert Keller _ 15.57 Albert Keller 11.28 Wm. and Mary Buenger 15.17 i Wm. and Mary Bucnger U.02 i FARM SALE! Having rented my farm I will hold a closing out sale of livestock and ma- M cnmery at my place located y 2 mile west and % mile north of Corwith, on No. 60 = Thursday, February 12th! SALE S.ABT8 FltOaPTLY AT 13 O'CLOCK NCOS. Lu.cl, Wag»u „„ Gro»ad8 | 2 Head of Horses 21 One bay mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1600, and one blue roan, 12 yrs. old, wt 1400 = Good work team. . = 17 Head of Cattle 17! Five milch cows, 4 are milking now; 4 heifers will be fresh in spring- 3 = steers; and 5 calves. =3 160 HEAD OF HOGS S Sixty head of good Chester White feeding pigs. 601 Farm Machinery, Etc. Oliver 70 tractor with rubber tires, self starter, lights and power lift 3 years old April 1; Oliver 14-ft. disc; Oliver 14-in. gang plow; Oliver 2-row cultivator; 2-row horse cultivator; 1-row horse cultivator; 22-ft. wood harrow in good shape; Deering mower; McCormick 8-ft. binder; John Deere corn planter- 12-ft. hay rake; seeder; walking plow, 'breaking walking plow; grind stone'- speed, jack; 2 wagons.one hay rack and one box wagon; block and tackle- vise and iron drill brace; brooder stove, used only'two summers; scythe 2 iron rels; and other articles too numerous to mention. g TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. J. L. Rosenberger S LOU MATERN, Auctioneer IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk PUBLIC AUCTION Due to loss of my wife and the condition of my health I will offer at Public Auction one mile west on McGregdr Btreet road and 2 miles south of Algoua, t the following described property, on ' * Wednesday, Feb. llth SALE WILL BEGIN A^T 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 1 Horse 2 Mules 1400^° WW ? h °, rSe ^ ^^ ° ld> Wt 12 °° : Jen ^ mule ' smooth mouth, about 1400 Ibs; jack mule, smooth mouth, about 1400 Ibs. 4 Head of Cattle 4 Good high grade stock. "eifer months. VARIOUS PIECES OP HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE About 160 W. Leghorn pullets,' good "layers; 2 good geese. Farm Machinery, Etc. - 9 - tire wagon; 38-in. wagon box; rods of wire; 80 rods new V ire; wood saw - brow hoke tain, chicken fence; 2 sets harness; nUm; creaS separator feed grinder, 8-in., 3 Bets bum; 1-hole corn shelle? vtse £e rels; 20 steel posts; 200 rods barbed wire. About' JF&. Uyelr-oW * n 6 ° property to be removed LOU MATEBN, Auctioneer,

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