Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 1, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 1, 1931
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PAGE SIX r .V"'-'. ? ^ KOSStfftt /o ct CSt Mills, Wls.; Merlon Otterness vis lied'at Rio, Wls. Mr. and Mrs.. Frank pelgel, Al- Ti- 30 WOMAN AT BURT DIES SUDDENLY ON CHRISTMAS Hurt, Dec. 29—Mrs. Laura Godclen died suddenly at her home here Christmas morning from diabetes. Though she hart suffered several years, -she had been as well as usual till a day or two previous. She had been staying with her. brother, Owen Nichols, Algona. but hud returned to her home here a couple of days before death. Laura .leanette Nlch-i ols was born July 29, 1871, at Fond dii Lac, Wls. At eight she came with her parents to a farm south of Hurt, and In 1SHO was married to. C. Y. Godden, who died September 2,1 nm ] Buma Is her sister. 1925. Six children, five of whom Myrtle and Helen Schweltert illed In early childhood, were born,, cnme up [rom DCS Molnes and spent gona, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moord, Ortonvllle, Minn., were Chriatmas dinner guests at the W. T. Kennedy home. On Sunday the Kennedys entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alt Erdman and two daughters and Mrs Katie Kennedy, Wesley, for dinner Mr. and Mrs. ,T. H. Graham and Howard attended a family dinner at the O. N. Graham home near tonka Christmas day. About were present. The other guests were the Harvey Graham, Hoy Clark, Dwight Graham, .Take Godden, Fred Jennings and Leo Fox families. Mrs. Bortha Duckmanton and son and grandson Vernon Jacobs, Ellsworth, -visited Sunday at the F. L. Pratt home. Buma Duckmanton, Waukegan, 111., came with them and remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Duckmanton Is Mrs. Pratt's mother the only survivor being II. Eugene Godden. Duluth. Four sisters and five brothers survive. Funeral services were held at the home Frl- the Rev. J. E. Clifton In'charge, and burial was made in sliort Christmas tlr.ir parents, the vacation with W. H. Schwei ; PASSING from one owner to the next, associated with crime, bloodshed and unhappiness, these same daj ' mt »' nin E' •... . jii charge, anu uuiuu ^.^ HK.«^ •••• j-jmiit-r j,utuut,n .~... .«.*.. diamonds are on the market today. I tlle Burt cemetery, the Rebekahs in I day night for Chicago after spend Is such a stone a fitting gift to ! charge. Out of 'town relatives In lng nearly two weeks with her „„- „„,. I-...9 D .L!, ,L- i attendance Included the son. a sis- mother, Mrs. Anna Tocbben. Aleeda toils. Myrtle Is attending business coll.ge and Helen Is taking nurse's training at the Methodist hospital. Esther Toebben left last Thurs- ,one you love? Be sure that the gem you buy is a Certified Virgin :Diamond, direct from the minss, nevor before owned or worn. Of guaranteed quality, at standard prices, genuine Virgin Diamonds ore sold exclusively through Aphorized Virgin Diamond Dealers F. W, WEHLER & GO, JEWELEHS AM)- OI'TOMKTltlSTS 210. Mae Nichols, Minneapolis, and DIAMONDS at ter. the brother Owen. Odd Fellows Huve Homecoming— Burt Odd Fellows observed theit annual Homecoming n week ago last Tuesday evening with a program and oyster supper. The Re- bekahs were guest.s. The program was: male quartet and a. trio composed of Willard Stow, Myron Chipman, and Edwin Mantis; humorous readings by Maxlne Sohenck, Ruth Sehroeder,' and Dorothy Brooke; tangs by the Rev. J. E. Clifton, and ta-!ks by several of the members and visitor's. An oyster supper was served in the Legion hall after the program. At Lowest Prices NOW! Buy your 'winter's supply now and save money! . We handle the BEST GRADES of COAL and sell on the lowest possible margin. Best grades of Coal at lowest prices. FAHMERS' ELEVATOR CO. HOBARTON • as. Elder Jr., Manager. Phone 36F1. 13 Colli'RC Students Return— Among (?ollege students who spent the Christmas holidays here were: Irene Aton. TJeuna Vista college; Fc.rnley Bet-tin, Wendell Patterson, Cleorgo Sehroeder, Wesley Hern- hard. Raymond Blelch, of Ames; Warren Polhemus and Amber Mann, Iowa City; Iva Trunkhlll and Helen Thompson, Coe: Lula May Collieott and Erna Peterson, Cedar Falls; Marikla Pratt, Rockford college. Sislcr of Mrs. Tlinves Weds— Mrs. Marie Johnson, Esthervllle, and L. .1. Neeilham. Lalcota, were ] married Wednesday afternoon at i the J. O. Thaves home, the Rev. I S. H. A ten officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Ncedham went to Des Moines for a visit. They will make their home at Lakota. Mr. Needham is an engineer. Mrs. Needham Is a sister of. Mrs. Thaves. Wprthif Purpose 1. To pay doctor bills. 2. To refinance your car and reduce payments. B. To buy livestock or chickens. 4. TO GET OUT OF BEET — by grouping scattered bills where one uniform small payment can be made each month. PAYMENT SCHEDULE t 50—Repay S 3.55 a Month 1100—Kepny $ 7.05 n Month $21)0—Repay SM.IU a Month 5^00—Repay 521.1(1 a Month Your furniture', uuto nncl live- itnclc may tie used as wcnrily. We will ho itlnd to talk with yr.ii (cm- fidentinlly, of course) nhoul nr- runKinu a loan to meet ymn- ncciU. See CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALGONA Find Wi'ir Improving Rapidly— The Rev. S. H. Aten,' W. J. Davi- 5011, J. G. Thaves. and Henry Nelson went to Esthervllle Sunday to visit Supt. Weir. They found him setting along well and expecting to be able to return-in time for the opening of school Monday. Mrs. Weir came home with them, but returned to KsthervlHe Monday. Coloradoans Louvo Aflcr Visit— The M. E. Allen.s, their son and daughter and her family, who have been visiting here from Julesburg, Colo., left Sunday for Kansas, Wis., where they will visit the Scott Allen family. They will return here in time for Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Sewick's golden wedding, which they will celebrate January 12. Algerian Buys Cafe Building— The restaurant building occupied by the A. T. Field cafe was sold at a receiver's sale December 17 to a Mrs. Fisher, Algona, for $700. The bid had been made before the sale and was not raised. The building was a part of the assets of the closed First National bank. Methodist Board Entertained— The Methodist official board and families were entertained at the A. G. Volentine home a week ago last Friday evening given by 'Mrs. Volentine. and Mrs. George Gray in honor of their husbands' birthdays. Thirty attended. Toebb?n also spent last week here and returned to Chicago Saturday night. .E'len Schryver Is spending the Christmas ho IJnys with the C. J. Blsgards at Westminster, Colo. She went back with Mr. Bisgard, who had been here on business. Mrs. O. F. daughter left Kraushaar and little n week ago Sunday for Cambridge, Mass., where she joined her husband, who is attending Harvard university. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow, Lakefield, Minn., and lister Stow, who teaches at Elkader, spent the holidays at the F. O. Stow home. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Albert Blelch are visiting at the Wil'i-m Blelch home. Albert has been working on a newspaper at Carroll. Winsome Volentine, Sanborn teacher, spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, the A. G. Volentines. Christmas eve programs were held at each of the churches here with Christmas trees and treats for the children. Mr. and Mrs. Art Peterson, of Northfield, Minn., visited at the Rev. S. H. Aten home a week ago Sunday. Lee "Lowenberg, Belmond, visited Orville and Lester Stow Saturday. The boys are old college friends. Mrs. Beatrice Hayward, Chicago, spent a .short Christmas vacation with her father, W. D. Kearns. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Koestler, Clinton, were holiday visitors a.t the William FCoestler home. Walter Lichter and a friend, Algona, visited at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home Sunday. The Harry Sewicks, Ireton, visited over Christmas at the H. G. A. Sewluk home. Dale Kennedy is spending a few clays at the Frank Geigel home in Mgona. The Harold Robas, Swea City, visited Sunday at the G. C. Allen home. Itev. Mr. Bef nslen, In chdrg*. At the Methodlal church Chrislnuts Eve,' Santa C!aus • handed out gifla, and distributed sacks of • confection" try In person, lhal every child might have a "good look." , JrHdo<rsi: \V. F. M. S. MePts-*- The. Methodist W. P. M. S. held Its December meeting with Mrs. Amesbury Friday. Devotions were of a Christmas character. The les- con. from "A Cloud of Witnesses,' was on some of the outstanding Bible women and teachers in Africa, India, and China. Mystery box cities- tlons were answered, and the hos less served refreshments. The pres Ident, Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, presided. 1WANT ADS .i .. .1..— i. i,,,..., LOST—CAMEO PfN — CiALL at i\t. A M. Sandwich Shop. SplB FOR RENT—ROOM IN; MODERN house.—Call Advance. SglB FOR RENT — LIGHT HOUSE' keeping rooms.—Call Ofl. 7U16 Aux dives Benefit — The Legion Auxiliary gave a benefit card party nt the Woodman hall the evening of December 28. 'Bridge and "BOO", were played. The John Hutchisons visited his parents, the Robert Hutchisons, at Algona, on Christmas day. The George Ben- Everly George ners spent Christmas nt with their daughter, Mrs. Spangler. St. Benedict Slaters Entertain— The Rev. Deo. F. Wessllng, Mies Emma Hodflap, and the Sisters were entertained at dinner at St. Benedict Saturday noon, their hostesses being the Catholic Sisters there, one of whom Is a cousin of Father Wess- Ing. K. \j. Ititlly Tomorrow Night.— There will be an Epworth League rally In the Methodist church Friday evening. Leiigues from the seven churches of the Algona group will bo represented. An excellent program, including a pageant, is being prepared. PARTY GIVEN ON BIRTHDAY OF WESLEYAN Wesley, Dec. 30 — Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark gave a dinner Sunday evening in honor of the birthday of their daughter Mildred, and guests were principally the families of persons whose birthdays fall as follows: Anna Flom and Fidelia Skow, December 4; Harold Skow, Christmas day; Marion Paulson, January 1. Those present were the Ole Flom, Jorgen Skow and Silas Skow families, Prof, and Mrs. Marion Paulson, and Herbert Johnson. The table was handsomely decorated, and a birthday cake bore five candles, one for each guest of honor. Saturday evening a family supper and tree were enjoyed at Ole Flom's by the hosts and Mrs. Peter Skow, -Mr. and Mrs. .Marion Paulson, the S. Skow and J. Skow families, Visso Killsholm, Miss Kyle, Alma and Julius Funnemark. distributed by the supper. Presents wore children after Itarber Shop la Hasemt'iif— Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle s having the front part of the basement of his office building fixed up for a barber shop, which will be operated by J. G. Gerhard.s as soon a.s the- nee- etisary changes are completed. Air Lieutenant Visits Hero— Lieutenant Luther Fairbanks ar- ivt'd the first of last week for a isit with his parents, the G. U. "'ah-banks. Ho is in the U. S. army lr service and is stationed at San uvtonio, Tex. Attic Bla/e at Sherman's— Fire was discovered at noon Saturday, in the attic of the A. A. Stu- occupied by the Henry Since it was time for whistle" some persons Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. Des Molnes BARBER SHOP SOLD HARTSHORN & SAVAGE have sold their barber shop undei Bloom's store, to HENRY FURST of Buffalo Ceiiter We desire to thank all our old pa Irons and announce that we will re main with Mr. Furst until spring. DANCE I. 0. 0. F. HALL JANUARY 1 LESLIE WHIPPLE'S Banjo Whip. ji'ase I'mirhos Sunday Night— The Rev. W. 11. Louse, Algonn, reached at the Methodist church •iunday evening. He gave an excel- i-nt talk on prohibition. lor house, Shermans, ihe "noon lid not a.t first recognize the siren. A large crowd gathered, and the ivater hoso und chemical extinguishers in the hands of firemen and- citizens subdued the fire; but not before great damage had been done. The roof was ruined, and all the rooms drenched with water. The entire house will need re-plastering. Navy Lieutenant's Family Here— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mumma and Ittle son came Sunday to, visit her Barents, the Harry Braleys. Mr. Mumma, who is In the navy, will remain but a few days, and then return to Long Beach, Calif. New Year's Service Planned— A service will be held at the Congregational church Now Year's Eve. Midway in the evening, light re- reshments will be served. The pastor will be present. , Gets 76 Gn-ctiiiR Curds — "Grandma" Turgeson has received bli thda.y and Christmas the number of 76. cards to Fort Other Burt News. The Elmer Nelson family, Fort Dodge, visited from Thursday to Saturday at the home of Mrs. Mary McDonald. AValter Hanna, Newton also visited here the end of the week. On Christmas day the J. a McDonald and II. F. Elvidge families and O. P .McDonald were dinner guests at the McDonald and Mrs. Maude Hanna homes. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Allen, son George, and Mr. and Mrs. Hyiatt and two children, Julesburg, Colo., arrived the first of last week for a month's visit with Mrs. Allen's parents, the H. G. A. Sewicks, and other relatives. The M. E. Aliens left here more than 20 years ago. Mr. Allen is a brother of G. C. Allen. The P. .1. stow family went to Newton last Wednesday and visited till Saturday with the son Perry and daughter Mrs. Clifford Parrish. Another daughter, Bernice, of Goshen, Ind., met them there also. ,R. J. Hawcott and daughter Lottie stayed at the Stow farm during their absence. .Most of the teachers spent vacations at their respective homes: Helen Johnstone at Shannon City; Charlotte Warrior at Blocton; Anna Overgaard at Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Trimmel went to the homes of their parents at Lake .Mistletoe Sent, frimi Texas- Mrs. DeSpence Bentley, Worth, Tex., sent sprigs of mistletoe to her parents, Air. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings, and her brothers. This was gathered in person by Mr. and Mrs. Bentley on a farm 20 miles from Fort Worth. The land belongs to a friend, and is largely wooded. Mistletoe, long associated with Christmas, differs from holly In that the berries, which grow in clusters, are white instead of red, and the foliage is a lighter green. It is a parasite, living on trees. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury sp ( ent Christmas with Mrs. Frecl Amesbury and Clara, Algona. The Benton girls are spending part of the holiday vacation with their parents, the Wallace Bentons. They are: Erma D. and Audra, Minneapolis; Mildred, Emmetsburg; Virginia, Mankato. The O. Funnemarks, Fred Bentcle and S. Skow families, Herbert Johnson and Anna Flom enjoyed a holiday dinner at J. T. Bohannon's, Algona, Friday noon. The Funnemark family was entertained fit Fred Bentele's Saturday evening. •Miss Lulu'Moore, teacher at Lincoln, Neb., ami Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wenk, Madison, S. D., and their our children, are spending Christmas and New Year's with the Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore, parents of the two women. Anna Johnson, who teaches Domestic Science at Logan, 'left for' her post Sunday, after a week's vacation with her sisters, the Mesdames Herman Carlson, Silas Slcow, and Fred Benteie, and brother, Herbert Johnson. Mrs. John O'Hara and' Rose Ormsby Preston, Mason City, were Christmas guests at John Ormsby'e. Mrs Ormsby is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs.' Sarah McCroden, and her brothers, Forest City. The George, Ed, and Joe Hildman families were Christmas guests of their mother, Mrs. Katharine Hildman. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goete and their son Billy visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sparks. Esther Burke, Rochester, is at home for the holidays. The Le Roy Kleinpeters had as guests Christmas, his parents, the Albert Kleln- peters, the Leo Renos, and Adele Kleinpeter, Fort Dodge. Henry Goetz came home last week Wednesday from Sydney, Neb., where he is employed driving a tractor on a large farm, He will remain here two weeks with his mother, Mrs. John Goetz. The George Smels, Blue Earth, spent Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. George Ward. Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr., left Sunday for Cottonwood, Minn., for a week with her parents. The August Engstroms and Fritz Lindstrom spent Christmas at Algona, with the Engstroms' daughter, Mrs. Everett Harris. The Joe Meur- ers were at Sam Miller's, south of Algona. Howard Hansen, Kanawha, spent Christmas with his parents, the Carl Hansens. The Thcron Hansens and Orville Moore are expected back Tuesday from Washington, Iowa, Oscar Erickson, Elmhurst, 111., and his son Forest are spending the holidays here with- Mrs. Erickson, Evelyn, and Mrs. Erickson's aunt, Miss A. McPherson. The I. W. and A. M. Lease families, Wesley, and the Will Walker and Ed Studer families, Corwith, were Christmas guests at the Lester Lease home. Hilda Kerrins leaves Monday night for La Peer, Mich., where she is a teacher in the Home Training school. She will visit friends on the way. Laura Hansen, telephone operatoi in Des Mones, returned Saturday following a week with her mother Mrs. Nels Hansen and relatives. Junior Diekmann is ill with giant trouble; so are other children ir Wesley. iOST—TWO KODAK FILMS between my home on South Jones street and, Peterson Studio. Film showed lady at spinning wheel. inder please notify Alice Payne, Crowds for Christmas Exercises— Fine Christmas programs were enjoyed by large congregations at the Methodist and Congregational churches. Church services we held at the Congregational church Friday morning, the pastor, the 61ROOM MODERN HOUSE r6nt.—Dr. F. L. Trlbbn. FOR OplB FIVE-ROOM MODERN BTJNG-A- low 'for rent.—Doctor Tribon. Spl6 MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK on farm;—Call Advance. * SplB-17 WA7?T~TCTBUY—2 HAMPSHIRE boars.—H. A. Bates, phone 20F21 lOUtf PARTLY MODERN HOUSE- FOR rent,—Inquire Mrs. J. A. Lalng. lOplB FOR SALE—ONE BRONZE turkey torn. — Wm. Fitzgerald, 22F3. phone OplB. FOR RENT rooms.—405 — HOUSEKEEPING S. Woreter, - phone. 10ul5 FOUND — TWO STRAYED YEAR- old steers.—See John Reding, Bode, Rfd 2. \ 10plB-16 NEW 1930 CHEVROLET Runabout truck for eale.—R. H. Miller,. Examiner In Charge Algona State Bank. IButf FOR SALE—TWO ROAN Shorthorn bulls, two .Black Angus bulls, and Holsteln bull.—Rahn Bros., Lone Rock. 20plB FOR RENT—HOUSE, ONE BLOCK south Maple Park; light, water, garage, $15.00 month.—Andrew Petson. 15pl5-16 FOR SALE—1S-MOS. OLD Poland China boar, C. A. Winters type.— Mrs. Sarah Trenary, 6 miles northeast of Bancroft. .ISplG OR SALE — WHIPPET COACH," cheap, good shape; hot water heater; good tires; 1931 license paid. —Inquire A. & P. store manager. 10 BIG PUREBRED PLYMOUTH Rock cockerels, best quality. Fine ooklng, at $1.50 each if taken from this ad.—Robt. Eichenbcrger, phone 10F14. 22FB1G DR! ERICKSON "PRODUCED"~ A wonderful new Eczema remedy that successfully treated over 2,000 n four months. AVe guarantee It.— K. D. James. 21pl5 e on, > day 6* * Jaituam 1991, k fixed' !df hearing proof of flnlrife nt th6 Colirt ttodse ill Algona,,Iowa, before {he District Courl 6i! said Ctoiinty'bi? Clerk of Sftld Court! and ftt 9 o'dl a, m. of ihe day nbov^ rnetttl&fted, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any Ihey have, Why said Instrument should nol be probated and allowed ajs and for the last Will and Testament of said de- censed. Dntpd tit Algona, Iowa, December 24, 1930. (Real) CLARK ORTON, Clerk hf niilrlot Cmfrt CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. E. C. McMfthon, Attorney. ' 15-17 OFFICIAL BEFORE THE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS To the Citizens of Humboldt and Kossulh Counlles: Notice Is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use, and maintain poles, wires, guy wires,,, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, .power, and ' heating purposes has been filed by the Iowa Public 'Service Company, Sioux City, Iowa, In the office of the Board of Railroad Commissioners of the that" said pelllion to construct and FOR SALE — 10 DUROC BOARS, purebred, easy feeding type, dark herry red; no necro, and Immune at $15 to ?23,—A. C. Carlisle, % mile east of Whittemore. 2GFB14-16 MID-WINTER TERM OPENS AT Hamilton College, Mason City, Monday, January 5. New classes in college accounting-, business aclmin- stration, and others of college rade. • 24ulG phone G72-J. BIS STUDER STOCK FARM' OFFERS at this time several Scotch Short- lorn bulls, ready for service, roans ind reds. A few good Duroc and Berkshire boars left, and Shropshire •ams. Prices reasonable. — Ben G. Studer, Wesley. 34FB1G-1S F YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for iur special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NBWS- 'APERS INC., 214 Royal Des Moines, Iowa. Union g32tf DR. JNO. D. RKSLER, CHIROPO- dlat. Mason City, -.vho has .been sick for some time, is Improving nicely, and has opened up his office again, having secured a very able assistant. Room 316, First National Bank Building; Phone -331; Residence 844 1 . MONEY LOANED ON GOOD grade milch cows. If you are planning on buying more milch cows or want a. loan on the cows you already own, t will pay you to see us. Loans made the same day received. Rea- conable rates, long time to pay off. R. LaBarre, Algona, la., Phone oo. First door north of Io\ya State Bank. . . ' 59 .i4tf LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF .DISSOLUTION OF THE SPURBECK-LAMBERT COMPANY, A CORPORATION. To Whom It Maw, Concern: Public notice is hereby given that at a special meeting of the stockholders of the Spurbeck-Lambert Company, a. corporation, held In Algona, Iowa, on .the 5th day of July, 11)30, a resolution dissolving said corporation was unanimously adopted by all of the stockholders of said corporation and the officers of said corporation were authorized to wind up the affairs of said corporation and give notice of dissolution as provided by law. E. L. SPURBECK, President C. L. INGERSOLL, Secretary, Stale of Iowa; asks Ihe right maintain said jelectrlc transmission line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams and prlvale lands: Beginning al the southeast (SE) corner of section thirty-four (34), township ninety-four (94) north (N), range twenty-seven (27), west (W) of the' Fifth P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa; thence west (W) on the highway on the south (S) line said section thirty-four (34), a distance of approximately one (1) mile to the southwest (SW) corner of said section thirty-four (34). Beginning at the northeast (NE) orner of section twenty-five (25), township ninety-one '(91), north (N), range twenty-nine (29), west (W) of the Fifth P. M., Humboldt County; thence west (W) on the highway on the north (N) line of aid section twenty-five (25), a dis- vnce of approximately one-fourth Ji) of a mile to the place where aid highway turns southwest SW); thence-in a general south- etsterly (SWIy), northwesterly NTWly),, and westerly (Wly) dircc- on on the highway in the -north half (%•) of said section twenty - ve (25), a distance of approximate-' f one (1) mile to. the west (W) no of said section twenty-five (25), nd beginning- at the intersection of north (N) and south OS) highway [iproxfmately on the north (N) and outh (S) center line of section venty-six (2C), said township and xnge, with the north (N) line of aid section twenty-six (26); thence luth (S) on eald highway approximately on the north (N) and south S) center line of said section twfcn- r -slx (26), a distance 6'f approxl- [ately one (1) mile to the south >) line of said section twenty-six 2G), and beginning at the north- est (NW) corner of section twen- r -six (26), said township and inge; thence east (E) on the'high,-' -ay on the north (N) line of said ection twenty-six (26), a distance f approximately one-fourth (%) of mile to the place where said high-ay turns southeast (SE); thence n a general southeasterly (SEly) Irection on the highway in the ortheast (NE) quarter, of the orthwest (NW) quarter of said ection twenty-six (26), a distance f approximately one-third (1/3) of mile to the intersection with a orth (N) and south (S) highway pproximalely on Ihe north (N)' and outh (S) center line of said section ,venty-six (26). The Board of Railroad Commis- ioners has fixed the 21st .day of anuary, 1931, ten (10) a. m. in its ffice at Des Moines, Iowa, as' lime nd place for hearing said pelilion. Any objecllons to Ihe granling of uch franchise must be in writing nd filed in triplicate with this loard at least five (5) days before ate of hearing. The Board suggests hat the objector be represented at he hearing by someone who has full uthority lo act for it. Dated at Des Moines Iowa, De- ember 23rd, 1930. BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA. ttest: GEO. L. McCAUGHAN, Secretary. 15-16 File E-1771. 15-18 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF M'lLJ No., 3446. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, SB. In District Court, January term 1931. To AH Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o Cjasm Hellmera, deceased, dated De cember 1. 1930, having been this da; LOOK AT AKRE'S delivery service. CHANGE IN 7ul5 -' — PILES- pon't suffer another Dlina. itchiner. nrnfi-n/ii YIELD TO CHINESE E R B if-cr" an other minute fromj Itching, protruding or tleeO- ', ?"S?,.;X" h ?. ut testing 0 " xons naroid, fortified with rare, imported Chinese Herb, w IS a taue tissues, to ease and comfort enabling Vw to "or« continuea its . J avoid a danger. ,= anger. ous and costly operation. TrvSr Nixon'a Chinaroid under our guir: a B. W. LUSBY'S DRUG STORE Happy New Year May 1931 bring a multitude of blessings to our friends and patrons.' Botsford Lumber Co, Phone 256. M " * P °° L ' Manager ' A1 •ilgoaa. ,?*' *** 'k V "i.V i \>jjjt' 4 OFF In order to reduce our heavy stock of bedroom furniture we are cutting one-fourth to one-half its original price — for two days only— Friday and Saturday; January 2 and 9 $42.50 3-pieee walnut suite—bed, chest, and vanity. Regular $72,50. . $87.50 Bed, chest, and dresser-—northern built, Burrel walnut front, with satin wood overlap. Regular $146.00. $10.75 Odd Dresser Genuine walnut veneer top and front, good plate mirror. Regular $16.50. $11.50 Odd Bed I" Solid oak .bed. Standard size 4.6. . Regular $22.50. All bedroom suites in stock reduced for these 2 days. Foster Furniture Co. Our Greetings at the Milestone • - r \ - With gratitude for your loyal patronage, we wish you a year of plenty, of smiles, of health, of love. Kohlhaas Hardware ALQONA [Special Sale on Gilts for January Only I SILVER BOW SILVER BOW } . ^^^^^^^ff^^f^,^ Geo, P, Hawcott Burt, Iowa K,

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