Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1931
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DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT at TITONKA To music by Al Menke and His Gang. Seven-piece orchestra. Admission, $1. ^••••••i^^^^^^^^WMi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ , " ^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^m*^*ma*** Seed Corn PRICEHEDUCED •on better seed, racked early, dried and tested. First and •sweepstakes at Ames under the new judging for maturity, soundness, weight, and free from starch — $2.50 to $3.50 bu., 15-day retest. A. C. CARLISLE FAREWELL FOR 3 FAMILIES NEAR SEXTON Sexton, Feb. 17—A Joint farewel party was given at the local hal 'ast Thursday evening by the Sex- ion Aid In honor of Mr. and Mrs Lou Kutsehara, their daughter Mll- Ired, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wadleigh, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Heiter and heir sons, and the Ernest Bauers, till of whom are moving away this spring. The evening was spent at frames, after which lunch was serv- d. There were more than 100 per- ons In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Kutsehara nre mov ng to Clear Lake, where they ha\ in-chased a pebble-dashed bunga ow. Mr.' and Mrs. Wadleigh ai oliiEr to Indiana, where they hav urchased a farm. Mr. and Mrs auer are moving to Sterling, 111 nd Mr. and Mrs. Heiter to Weelej Each of the four families was pro spnted with a framed picture 'fron the Aid. %-mi. east of Whittemore. FAMILY Loans $50 to $300 Shower Honors Mrs. Alvln AVober— j Ktlitli Greenfield attended a ml.s ; rellanoous shower last \veel\ ! Wednesday afternoon in honor o ' Klla Jordan-Weber at the home of Mrs. Frank Cnpestus, Irvlngton The afternoon was spent at games :iiml contests, after which refreshments were served. Twenty-eight women attended. Miss Jordan was married January IS to Alvin Weber, and they had Just returned from 11 honeymoon trip to Pontiac, . 111., ;ir...i Chicago. Families living in Alsrona and vicinity can secure any amount up U' $300 on furniture, automobiles, or live stock. It is ea.-=y to secure a 3oan through this company and easy to pay back. Jutt one small payment a month. Ask about our Payment Extension Plan which I'HOTKCTS YOU when sick or unemployed. >.,. A STRICTLY rO'XFITIEXTUL SEKVICK WHICH SEHVKS CUNNINGHAM & LACY na Phone Representing FHI) 12HAL FIXAXCK CO. 200 Liherly Fare TO— CHICAGO FJSRDARV 20-21-22 $8.00 ! Mllilri'd Kutselinrn Is Hoslcss— Mildred Kutsehara entertained ten Sirls Saturday afternoon at a valen- t:;i--> party. Games were played, there were several guessing conies;.*, and stories were told, after which lunch was served. Attending were -Alberta Grosenbaeh, Sarah Xet-llng, Ila Olsen, Pearl Hammond, Dorothy Steven, Edith Greenfield, Isabelle Bauer. Rose Kutsehara, Xell Wise, and Marie Weiske. (iirl Hurt In Auto Accident- Minnie Kutsehara suffered a gash in her left foot and a wrenched back in an auto accident last week Wednesday night near Wesley. A front tire blew out, and the car ran into a tree at the roadside. All the glass was broken and the car was otherwise badly damaged. The car was a Bulck sedan belonging to William Kicko, near Wesley. There were five young people in it. T, A, mmm PARENTS HAVE BEEN WED 63 YEAR Lu Verne, February lo — L. C. Traugers, of Llvefr who farmed south of Lu Vefn for 34 years, will celebrate thel 53rd wedding anniversary nex week Thursday. They retired i 1017, and the family is well known In Lu Verne. They were married a Clyde, Jasper county, and-moved to their farm in 18S3, and have been •esldents of Humboldt county for 48 vears. Their children are Mrs. Myr le Norton, Regina, Canada, Art Vmos, Mrs. Lucy Tlllson, Llvermore Guy, Campbell, Minn., Earl, Hum boldt and' Mrs. Violet Derr, Albu- uerque, N. M. RVINGTOF'S PASTOR TALKS TO CHILDREN will lead. The foreign topic 1 "Chosen;" the, national topic, "In dlans." Mesdames Cfox and Mllte are hostesses, Mrs. Wm. Pestotnlk, Algona, and sister, Mrs, Howard Currell, Boone visited the Earl Millers Friday evening. Mrs. Currell had come with two other sisters both Martin dales, of - Boone, eo spend several days visiting the Pestotniks, 'Mrs. Tony Becker recently return ed from the Kossuth hospital, where she had been taking treatment. Cecil Thornton has been ill .for several weeks with quinzy and flu. Russell Maxwell W as recently In bed with rheumatism. VISITORS AT FOUR CORNERS RETURN TO OREGON HOME out family for general tertri work —-Wayne Keith, Hurt. FOR, RENT^SIiEEPING. ROOM also feat-ana. Call Advance o 362-J after six o'clock. J3g22t SALE — ALFALFA HAY corn cobs. — O. Johnson, *4 mile west of Doan church, Burt. 14u2! FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY; $11 and $12 ton. Wild hay, $8.—Lau rence Olson, on Zaiike farm. 16p23 FOR SALE—40 T3U. MEDIUM RED clover seed.—J. C. Mawdsley, Irv- ngton, phone 14F22. 13pFB22-26 FOR SALE—ONE MILKING strain Shorthorn bull.—J. C. Mawdsley, J^vlngton, phone 14F22. pFB22-25 'OR SALE—ONE 10-FT. STEEL, windmill tower.—.!. C. Mawdsley, Irvlngton, phone 14F22. pFB22-2B WANT TO BORROW good first mortgage, vance for name. $2000 ON Ask Ad- 12U23-24 Irvlngton, Feb. 17 — Mr. English spoke Sunday on lessons from the book of Kuth. A feu- of the lessons he brought to nlotice were "The Ability to Make a Decision," Love, and Patience. The Rev. English also gave a talk of several minutes to the boys and girls on the topic, "a fountain pen can do noro than write." He explained how a hard rubber pen is rubbed vith .silk it acts as a magnet to small n'eces of paper. He then explained the spiritual meaning. H e has iromlsed to speak to the boys and girls soon on, "how steel will wlm." He may demonstrate It. teceiit Visitor Here Dies— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton earned the fore part of the last veek of the sudden death of Mrs. 'uylor Thornton, Elgin, 111. The 'ayior Thorntons had left the 'hornton home here only a short Ime before Jmmotsburg to visit relatives before' returning heir home. They had stayed here since Frank Four Corner, Feb. 17—Mrs. Ellis ick-erson, Coyle, Wash., and a Mrs. Jrlstow, who lives near Coyle, left for home Friday, after having visited the Carl Selps a little more than a week. Mrs. Nickerson is a sister- in-law of ,T. P. Nickerson, and Mrs. Brlstow the mother of Mrs. Seip. They had been visiting in Illinois for some time, and while here they also visited the local Nlckersone, the Fern Hillings, near Britt, the Myers family, and the Lurhl Fesslers, the two families last-named living near RIng.sted. They travel by train and planned to stop at points in Montana on the way home to visit other relatives. FOUND^-PAIR OF CHILD'S glasiT- es In, blue case. Owner may have same by paying for this advertisement. i7 U 23 -, 12 yr*. old, red roart stallion.—>j\ t. Stell, Se*tpn. 86u22 WE STOP ^tTYING OLD February 28. Take advantage of this unusual offer. New tires atf low as 30e per thousand miles. — Gamble Stores. . 24-28 FOR SALE — A FEW SECOND hand radios, both electric and batteries; good shape and cheap.—A. K. Cliff (old Modern Dry Cleaners 2 2u23 FOR SALE — • EIGHT- ROOM house, partly modern, and two block .-of ground; barn, hen-house, stc. Apple, plum, cherry trees, etc. Phone 622, Algona. 26p22-23 -/A aTgrit'-mAchlne*, • -mostly power toV engines, some electric and hand! ,eheap.—'A, K.,Cliff (old Modern Dry Cleaners Bid*,) 24u23 FOR SALE—BETTER SEED corn at reductions ot one-third to one- half. First and sweepstakes at Ames. Circular and price free.—-A, C. Carlisle, %-mlle east of WMtte- more. , 27pFB23*28 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or eel), or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC.,' 214 Royal Union Bldg.,t Des Momes, Iowa. ' g32tf hUlio In in oh WM T Tuesday at «ooh hour, an i »:« to adv. for alfalfa, _„. quack grass, v tier buckthorn quoted, spectlon, club offer; ..,.„ wanted.—-North ] falfa Association „„, operative or R;in i ?a t growers). FOR SALE—ONE DOZEN WHITE Jersey Giant roosters; also a dozen guinea fowls.—R. H. Ortman, 15p22-23 FOR SALE—SIMPLEX BROODER stove, good as new, used for one brood.—Carl F. Krug, 17 S. Dodge, phone 47. 2 0p23 ipiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiijuiiim Closing Out •1th the Thorntons ••hornton's accident. otriel . wOrt , — Tickets will be good In coaches only on all trains February 20 and 21, and on trains scheduled to Jeave not later than 10:00 a m February 22. lor return to Tuesday, February 24. For further particulars ask Local Agont. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD S31 GASH LOANS Automobile Loans Refinancing. Payments cut down. Special Loan Service to farmers for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have Convenient terms. Loans made at once. No delay. WJE S T E R N CREDIT CO. Plume 55, Algona, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. Fourth <Jlrl for Itlnincs— ' Mi: and Mrs. .Jack Bluinc are parents of a 10-lb. girl, born last week Tuesday morning at their home. Mn<. John Ormsby, Wesley, is cnr- ing for .Mrs. Blmnt- and the baby. Tiiis is the fourth child, and all are Mirls. Siirnrlsr 1'or tli ( . |, oll Kiitscliaras— A number of neighbors and other friends .surprised Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutsehara .Sunday evening. Lunch was nerved at a late hour. Other Sexton News. Mrs. Roy Wtidleigh and her daughters Jane and Mary left Mon- <luy for their new home in Indiana. Mr. Wadleigh will join them March 1. Mrs. Wadleigh drove through in the car. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. AVm. Neuroth, and the John Hteiis attended the last Catholic church party of the season Friday night at the K. C. hall, Algona. Mrs. Drusilla Noble is at Bert Deal's, Algona, caring for the Deal children while Mr. and Mrs. Deal are attending a national painters convention in Tennessee. A number of relatives and friends spent Friday evening at Frank Bentele's, weet of Sexton. The evening was spent at dancing, after which lunch was served. The George Schicks, Webster City, the John Millers, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond spent Saturday night with the women's mother Mrs. Amy Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham entertained at Sunday dinner the Chester Smiths, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Mrs. Amy Smith, and Edith Greenfield. The Melvin Olsens, Loyal Youngs, Ted Hoovers, and Irvin Olsens, of Wesley, attended a recent party at Harry Keeley's, near Irvlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Higley, Mason City, and Lu Verne Hoover Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olsen. The Cleve Cunninghams spent Saturday afternoon at Lu Verne with Mrs. Cunningham's mother Mrs. Warmbier. The Harry Seeleys, Irvington, spent Monday at Melvin Olsen's and the men butchered a hog. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield Is improving and is able to be about, after a serious attack of the "flu." William Neuroth helped with butchering a hog and a beef at Clem Cunningham's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Button, the latter the county welfare worker, were callers here Monday. Mrs. Jos. Fraser spent Monday at her s.ster Mrs. Roy Sarchett's, west of Algona. Mr and Mrs. LOU Gouge attended i old-time dance at Garner as been received. Mrs. Thornton was apparently i n good health whe n she left here. Patterson Grmuldiildrcii Are Sick— Mrs. J. M. Patterson left last week Thursday for Ames to help care Cor her two grandchildren, a won nnd ddlighter of Mr. and ,Mrs. Maurice Schock, Ames, who nre seriously 111. Mrs. Patterson, who makes her home with the Morris Parsons, i s helping out the Jewell PjilU'r.sons. Mrs. Patterson was taken to Ames by lie;- son-in-law, Russell Maxwell. School Program Tomorrow Night— A. program and basket social will be held ut the Irvington schoolhouse thi s week Friday evening. Sandwiches, pie and coffee will be for sale for those who do not bring or buy baskets. Eurl Miller will auction off the baskets. A crowd is hoped for because proceeds will be used to help re-standardize the school and d o some repairing. Shower for Mrs. Alvin Weber— A miscellaneous shower was given last week Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Alvin Weber. The afternoon was spent at games. Friends and neighbors attended a Second shower give n by Mrs. John Schulz last week Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Weber. The bride received many gifts. Mrs. Jack Devine Recovering— Mrs. jack Devine, who has been critically ill with double pneumonia, is slowly recovering, and w he n recovered she Plans to return to Oklahoma with her mother, who came to cii.ve for her daughter during her illness. It js believed that the oil- mate i n th e south will improve Mrs Devine's health. Wiilkcr Diiiiglitttr at Hospital— Lorelta Walker spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Rich, helping care for the Edward Rich children, who are there while their mother is with Mary Joyce, eldest daughter, who Is at the Kossuth hospital, where she has been three weeks, recovering from a broken leg which she suffered when she was hit by an automobile in front of her home. M. s I). Club Meets Today— The Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Estella Seip, and roll call will be answered with The Best Story I Have Read. This will be an all- day meeting, and baskets will be made. Each woman is to take a covered-dish and sandwiches for herself and such of her family as are in attendance. Other Four Corners. Robert Walker and his mother, Mrs. Archie Walker, returned Friday, after a few days with relatives near Iowa City. Robert went through the clinic at the university FOR SALE—FEW POLAND Chdna bred sows to farrow last of April or first of May. Price, $10.—Inquire at this office. 22p23-24 FOR SALE—GOOD S. C. AND R. C. Rhode Island Red and Ancona cockerels, reasonably priced.—Phone 321, Brown's Hatchery.' 18p23 FOR RENT—LARGE STOCK farm located about 3 miles from Emmetsburg.—Write or call 'Fred S. Kissinger, Algona, phone 128. p23 FOR SALE—2 BUSHELS OF GOOD test clean home-grown red clover seed; special price.—A..K. Cliff (old Modern Dry Cleaners bldg.) 22u23 PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE SOWS and gilts for sale; bred for spring farrowing; also good bay team.—J. H. • Warner, Swea City. 19FB23-24 As I am moving to Minnesota I will sell the following Tfl.ftil mnafnrl 91/. **-»41^« QOllf"ll nr»H p ---*»- • - — Thursday, Feb. 2 r.ITV/^TT "IV 4 fiff*.T rf"k-»r s-vn^i.*-*»•_ « S LUNCH WAGOff ON GROUNDS = •••MMMMI^^^^^^ SALE STARTS AT NOTICE—I WILL NOT BE RE- sponsible for any business transacted except that which I contract personally—Ello Rahn, Lone. Rock. .. 21p23-25 NOTICE—I WILL NOT BE RE~- sponsible, for any business transacted except that which I contract personally. — Conrad Rahn, Lone Rock - 21p23-25 109 Head of Livestocl | 13-HEAD OF HORSES-13 f= Bay mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1350; bay 3 "lf e J. yrS l 0 ^V, wt , 1200 '- bay mare 6 FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR cattle .or hogs—Bay mare coming 3, Legals hospital Mr. and Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, near Ring-sled,, and their daughter Janyce Irene, spent last week Wednesday evening at J. P. Niokcrson's. Mrs. Fessler was formerly Irene Nickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker, St. Cloud, Minn., are again visiting relatives here. Mrs. Baker is a sister of Airs. Edith Rich. XOTICE OF PROBATE OP AVIL1 No. 34GS. In District Court. State of Iowa, Kossiith county, ss. To All Whom It May Concern: *- *- WANT ADS APARTMENT FOR RENT.—CALL Mrs. McLean Loses Sinter— Last week Tuesday Mrs. A. McLean received word of the death of her eldest sister, Mrs. Wm Mo- Clusky. at Mitchellville. Kenneth Roney took Mr.' and Mrs. McLean to Mitchellville Friday to attend the funeral services. They returned the •same day. Davis Family to Wisconsin— The Albert Davis family 'have left Irvington, and plan to go to Wisconsin, where Mr. Davis has a brother. Their housedog goods were stored in Algona. The house they just vacated will be occupied by A. McLean. y Iowa City Patent Home— Allen King returned last week Wednesday after spending several weeks at Iowa City taking treatment for heart trouble and dropsy. Mr. King is much improved and is now abl e to walk occasionally. Friday afternoon at the annex. 1 here will be a n election of officers, after which Mrs, y. J. Schichtl Other Irvington News. Mrs. John Longstaff, Huron, S. D., " ints \ . j. Schichtls last \veplv Thursday. ••"— ~ w«-eiv ter of Ml 5u22 7C1. SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT— _Mrs. F. W. Green. 1Q U 23 FOR SALE — SMALL house.— D. B. Austin. MODERN " 7p21-25 FOR RENT— PARTLY MODERN house, close in. — Phone 151. 9u23 GOOD YEARLING HOLSTEIN bull calf for sale. Wilfred Johnson. , - - _ _ 1'OR SALE— 12 HAMPSHIRE gilts —George Wolf, Irvington, ISFlll! 9FB23 FOR SALE — G-ROOM MODERN bungalow.—Inquire at Advance. 8p23-24 You are hereby notified, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Catherine Klein, deceased, dated No vember 13,' 1929, having been this daj filed, open and read, the 3rd daj of March, 1931, is fixed for hear ing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the Distrie Court of said county or the Clerk o said Court; and at 9 o'clock ;a. m. of the day above mentioned, ail persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said .n- strument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Wll and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 31, 1931. (Seal.) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Attorneys. ' 21-23 In NOTICE Assets No. 554-555. the District Court of Iowa in FOR SALE — TWO - YEAR - OLD Guernsey bull. — Frank Bahling 10P28-24 Burt. FOR SALE — KITCHEN-KOOK stove.—Sam Medin, 516 E Ken" edy - 10p23 1'OR RENT — MODERN 6-ROOM house and bungalow—Dr Tribon. F. L. 10p23 FOU bAL,ia — THREE-YEAR-OLD black mare.— George Wolf, Irving- to ". 15F111. HFB23 _ FOR SALE— REGISTERED Shorthorn bull, 10 months old.— V J Gross, Algona. llp22-24 _ ^ALED ALFALFA, $16; BAL^D straw ? 5-C. L. Dittmer, phone 8 on 93, Burt. llp23-24 'Mrs. Longstaff, a sis- FOR OVER <O IT'S DOUBLE ACTING EfffSJf *»VERTISING IN TH B ADVANCE! «°" into more than 3000 homes. • Koaauta paper can glvo the service or anywhere near 45t£ The Doan young people gave a "" at the hull here Monday night. MOVEMENT IN eW FOR $6000 SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Swea City, Feb. 17-Grant tow™ snip wants an auditorium which can be used as a community center U..HQ as a gymnasium, and a petition Uierefor is being circulated by young IMG JieignDoj'hood interested in athletics. Sports at the consolidated schoolhouse are at present hampered by lack of a gymnasTum and a large tent has to be erected on the schoolhouse ground each Thtf , fol :,^ omme »cement exercises. a^t'S 8 P1 '° P ° Sed WOUW C ° St Schichtl, was returning .. _aring for a 'sisteAvlw -ngi K ^S* H-^- ^^is^nic^^eV. 11111 ' 0 ^ The Missionary society meets this FOR SALE — $125 HEARING "uT- strument, nearly new. Only $35 —Ask Advance: llp23-24 ments downstairs; private^n- trance.—Phone 517. 9u23 FOR SALE AT~THE~MORROW- Fox sale Saturday—Majestic cabinet radio; electric. and for Kossuth county. In the Matter of the Receivership of the First National Bank, Burt Iowa. Notice is hereby given that on the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1931, at two o'clock p. ,n. in the First National Bank Building, Burt, Iowa, W C Pyle, as Receiver of the First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, will offer for sale at public auction the fol lowing described property, to-wit: The banking home of the First National Bank, Burt Iowa, together with all of the furniture, fixtures and equipment, the property being more particularly described as Lot Fourteen (14), Block Four (4) Incorporated Town of Burt' Iowa. ' Said premises will be offered foi lie as aforesaid subject to an initial bid of Thirty-five Hundred Dollars ($3,500.00) in cash, which has already been received, and said premises will be declared to be sold to the highest bidder. W. C, PYLE, as Receiver of the First National Bank, Burt, Iowa bay. gelding ll yrs. old! _ . spotted gelding 2 yrs. old = i V 9^ \. gray ? eldin S 6 yrs. old, wt! S "00; spotted mare 4 yrs. old, wt. 1250= spotted mare 2 yrs. old, wt. 800; bay S mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1400; bay gelding S 14 yrs. old -wt. 1600; spotted gelding 5 H y^s, old, wt. 1350; bay suckling colt |j 31-HEAD OF CATTLE-31 Seventeen head of Shorthorn milclrcows, t. b. tested, most of them to be tresh: 5 head Shorthorn heifers, 8 coming yearling Short, roan Shorthorn bull 3 yrs. old, wt. 1200 Ibs. I 65—HEAD OF HOGS—65 China and 27 Duroc Jersevs- K , Pigs, mixed Poland .China and D, Jerseys. All hogs cholera treated. FARM MACHINERY^ Hart 32-ft. wood elevator cod plete witli lifts; low-wheel wagon J hay rack; high wheeled wagon , triple box, complete; wagon runn gears; 'McCormick 8-ft. grain bint complete with canvasses; Rock Isla single-row riding cultivator; Ohio J ing cultivator; McCormick-Deering] row cultivator; Ohio 16-wheel dis John Deere corn planter; DeeringL, rake; 16-wheel spader disc; 4-sectioi harrow; McCormick corn shreddel peering mower; 2 full sets of harness! Johet corn sheller; Moline 3-bottt plow; Moline corn binder; riding ( tivator; U. S. cream separator; alii 1,000 bu. corn in ..crib, can be mei ured; and other articles too numen to mention. WILLIAM STEIL * lmnmrnn > TITNKA TOGS BANK, g!!!^ ^ P 111 ' 1 ''''^ Pub „ „. By Shumway & Kelly, Sale Dates Feb. 19-0. E. Ely, general farm TweJSr wMtanaB * miie8n ° rth Feb. 19-Wm. Metzen, general MALLARD PASTOR ACCEPTS T LU VERNE LUTHERAN CALL Lu Verne, Feb. 10—The Rev L Wittenberg, Mallard, has accepted a call to the Lu Verne Zion's Lutheran church and will move here the last of February. He is 35 year* old, is married and has two sma u chi dren. He has been pastor at Mallard for four years and comes well recommended. The Rev P Braner will preach his farewell ser^ ®r!l y '? ebr " ar * 22 - ^d go to west of Algona. Feb. 19 _ p. Wi struecker, 4% T,rv..^ outh and % m"e east of Whittemore, closing out sale ,!f-J,°r? tev :! n B «>ther8, genuine southwest Feb. 21—Market day sale in Algona at the old Tripp barn. Feb. 21—M. M. Morrow and Dr * ox, in Algona, farm machinery and several small buildings. Feb. 23 — Ellis Jain, dispersal sale on the Wm. McDermott farm 3 miles wesj. of Tltonka. Feb. 23-Bill Garman, 2 miles east on paved road, closing out sale. Feb. 25 — Albert Potratz, Letts Creek, general far m sale.' Feb. 26-Wllliam Stell, 7 miles east of Burt, closing out sale. of ivn 1% miles southwest general farm sale. EXTRA Pork cutlets, Ib 10 bars of Big Pour soap Sugar, 10 Ibs. 3 large cans peaches or pears 3 candy bars for One dozen eeers FRET! 66" A 4VJjJi „»»« OTVXV ?><a.V *iour and sugar not included LONG'S Service Grocery Use the Phone paving and 2V 4 miles north f 4 Creek on th ° f Alg0na; health - J wm hold a ° f Wh ittemore, 5 miles west miles south and 1 mile east of Lott| Wed. Feb. 25th S Beginning at 11:80 sharp 13-HEAD OF HORSES-13 FREE IUNCH AT KOCH Two black geldings, wt . 2 850; bay gelding, wt. 1500; two bay geldings wr OQKn. v>i i 6 c »umgB, wt. 2950, black mare, wt. 1350; year- img colt. Lloyd Potter and Geo. Winkel will sell 5 head of horses. | 27-HEAD OF CATTLE-27 Thirteen good milch cows, some are fresh now and others will be fresh soon; one Red Polled bull 2 yrs-. S Yearling steers; 10 hea d of calves ' 52— HEAD OF HOGS— 52 head of feeding hogs. 100 Tom of Ensilage. MACHINERY, ETC Two lumber wagons with trlplM boxes; low wagon with box; 2 liajfj racks with low wagons; bob sled; 84 Deermg grain binder; 8-ft. McCormick grain binder; McCormick - Deerinj corn planter with 240 rods of wire; Hoosier endgate seeder; John Deere 2-row corn plow; 2 McCormick-Deer< !ng 2-row corn plows; 2 4-sectionj drags with carts; 3-section spring tooth harrow; 10-ft. McCormick disc; 8-ft. Osborne disc; 9-ft. tandem disc;] McCormick 5.(t. mower; walking Plow; 3-bottom P. &.O. tractor plow; Mccormick-Deering corn picker; ton Chevrolet truck; Hamilton grain elevator, 40-ft, with power and jack; VlL-ivtrt- ««.--.,„ • . -ifl im separator; TwJnCityli" 5 sets of; thia this machinery js articles. TERMS: months time property to be removed until i; on sums over thM amount six bearings per cent interest. No M4TEBN, Auctioneer, FA B J£« *** 1 * 1 ,„„,,„,„„... **»w*« mwm «AIW, i

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