Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1931
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NOTICE We are no longer connected with Deep Rock Oil Company. We wish to thank all of our friends and customers for patronage while we have been in Algona and surrounding territory. Algona Deep" Rock Oil Company M. J. SELZER % WILLIAM PESTOTNIK i CARELESS DRIVERS Can't Buy Insurance! They're too great a risk to insure. Think, then, what a menace they are to others, on the roads. What if the accident is his fault? Maybe he has no money. Whatever punishment he may receive doesn't help pay your damage. National Citizens Mutuals col- iy-'L lision insurance, is for you—the j '/ careful driver. If some irresponsible smashes into you, and you can't collect—we pay your loss. 25% SAVING on all forms of Auto insurance. Atk the National Citizen* Ma- tualt agent in your city about thi*, or write direct. NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS I HATIONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL Owatonna, Minn. CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL Red Wing, Minn. LA BARRE & FALKENHAINER THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY First door north of Iowa State Bank Phone 55 S HEAT en and Where You Want It A Coleman Radiant Heater brings you real summertime warmth on the coldest winter days. Powerful radiant heat that penetrates your clothing . . . warms you through and through. Comfortably heats any average room in a short time. No connecting, no installing. Makes and burns its own gas. Portable . . . carry and use it anywhere. Costs less than 2 cents an hour to use. THE Model No. 9 ML AT til MODEL No. 9 "A Hot Number for Cold Rooms" Small in size, but big in heating capacity. So low in price, every home can have one. Light in weight . . . easily carried. Torch generating ... requires only 1% minutes' preheating. Has 7 full size radiants. PRICE ONLY MODEL No.5A Lights Instantly! This is a Radiant Heater de luxe. Instant starting... just strike a match and turn a valve. Coleman Thermo- Safety Generator controls fuel Sow automatically .. , prevents flooding. Has eight full size radiants. New Low Price— Now Only *28ii Come In and See Them! Nelson Hardware Algona Phone 274 EX-WES SEES INM .EYAN mm IUNTAIN Wesley, Oct. 13—DsSpence Bentley, government chemist at Dallas, Texas, writes Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Glddlngs: "Helen suggested that 1, write and tell you of my trip through Carls bad caverns last week; but I'm afraid my account will run to super latlves and be unconvincing. On the way to Pecos, as the train pulled Into Big Spring, way out In that region known as West Texas, two boys of 19 or 20, who had been rid Ing on the steps of one of the coaches, under ttie trap door, Jump ed off. ; "One of them Jumped clear, but the other jumped back alongside the train and was drawn under and killed. ,Hls head was severed as though by a knife. I went back to see him; his buddy was sitting nearby smoking a clgaret. The radio on the lounge car was moaning out 'The Lonesome Road', and the gusty rushes of the sand-laden wind made, together with the dim lights, a setting that might have been planned by Bret Harte or Jack London. "Carlsbad Caverns • are 120 miles north of Pecos, across a stretch of country which I believe there Is nothing emptier.- I drove with two friends. "We arrived just in time to become members of a special party of government men and their families who wer^ going through by Invitation of the Secretary of the Interior, and as guests of Col. Bowles, the superintendent of the cavern. It is the largest in the world, and was discovered by cowboys who were attracted by the large clouds of bats emerging from the mountain along about dusk. "The mouth of the cavern is almost on the top of a mountain, and even before you're inside you go zlg-zagging down till the last glimpse of daylight is a small hole away off yonder, and you're almost afraid to proceed, but you go on, awe-stricken at the size of the hole in which you find yourself. "We entered about 9 a. m. and emerged about 3 p. m., after walking ten miles, descending 7,50 feet and ascending the same 750 feet. The tourist parties are large, and move slowly on the trip. Unlike the Mammoth cave In Kentucky, the cavern is not blackened by smoke from torches. It is now lighted by a marvelous system of concealed electric lights, and even in exploring no open flames were used. The large room is something like 4000 feet long, 600 feet wide, and in one place 385 feet high. "The temperature is uniformly 56 degrees the year around and the ail- is the purest, most refreshing I ever breathed. It is only this low temperature and fine air that enable even old people to make the trip with little fatigue. After lunch we reached a large room which was one of the most impressive of all, and paused, as we did at intervals, for a little talk by Col. Bowles. "He called our attention to mas- sive'domes and columns: stalagmites which had been sixty million years in the making, conservatively estimated. Where were the pyramids and the Pharaohs then! They were very appropriately called 'Rock of Ages." "He told us that all lights were to be turned out for about a minute, and he asked someone to start singing Rock of Ages. We found ours^elves in absolute darkness for the first time in our lives, and the singing of that hymn was very impressive, to say the least. Then hundreds of feet to the east came the lights, and continued over us hundreds of feet to the west." Surprise party Given for Moores— A group of former friends and parishioners £rom Bu,ffa4o Center- surprised the Rev. and Mrs, C. H. Moore at the Methodist parsonage last week Monday evening. There were 63 in the party, which was led by the Rev. and Mrs. Albert A. Howe. These old friends wished to bid the Moores Godspeed, on the eve of their removal to a new charge at Melvin. They soon adjourned to the church, and gave an impromptu program, with Helen Jenson aa pianist. Gospel hymns were sung, ending with, Blest Be the Tie. The Rev. Mr. Howe, pastor at Wesley 16 years ago, gave a short" talk of loving appreciation and good wishes and the Rev. Mr. Moore responded. All then went to the basement where lunch was served. The party broke up after the singing of God Be with You 'Till We Meet Again, and a prayer and benediction by Mr. Moore. Wesley Co-Op Station Makes Profit The 1C and H. (Kossuth and Hancock) Oil company held its first annual meeting at Kleinpeter hall last week Tuesday afternoon, and all seats were filled. Guy M. Butts, Wesley banker, and Arch Stafford, Omaha, vice president of the Quaker Petroleum company, were the speakers. The meeting was enthusiatic, and the speakers complimented the community on its cooperative spirit; and the young oil company on its fine success. The total assets are $15,413.49; the total of net profits, $12,029.06. The percentage of net profit was .18.3 percent. A 15 percent patronage dividend on purchases was paid,. and stockholders also received eight percent on money invested. Catholic Daughters Name Officers— ' The Catholic Daughters elected officers last week Wednesday evening: Grand Regent, Mrs. Clara Erd man; vice G. R., Mrs. Marie Kunz; prophetess, Felice Eisenbacher; monitor, Leona Siemer; lecturer, Mary Gahan; historian, Mrs. Eleanor Hanig; financial secretary, Susie Pfiffner; treasurer, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz: sentinel, Mrs. Clara L. Haverly; organist, Mrs. Clara J. Haverly. Wins from Corwith 10-2— Last week Tuesday the Wesley baseball team won 10-2 -from Corwith there. McCall and 'Franzeh were the battery, and they allowed only four hits. Friday night Wesley played Uoldfield here, and was defeated in a very close game, 9-7. Wesley goes to Tltonka this we Tuesday, and to Woden this week Friday. These will be the last games of'the season. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCall, Flint, Mich., with their daughters, Viola. . *tfielr erV fletty iifty, ,. spent 'last week' Wednesday with Eva McCall. This party, with Eva McCatl, her nephew Clare, and the Raymond McCalls, Mason City, drove Sunday to winnebago, Minn., to visit the John McCall family. Good crowds attended both morn ing and evening services at the Methodist church Sunday. A board meeting was held Wst Thursday evening, for the purpose of finishing up last year's business,' The Rev. Mr. McNulty has called a board meeting for this week Wednesday evening. The Ed'Loeblgs and Charles Murphys were to drive Monday evening to Llsmore, Minn., where on Tuesday morning they \vere to attend funeral services for Mrs. Loeblg's niece, tola May Jenson, six years of age, who died of, Intestinal flu. The Olaf Funnemark family drove to Northfield, Minn., Saturday, to visit Helen at St< Olaf's college. Mrs. Bernsten, wife of the Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Brltt, and her children were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ole Flom. In the six-week tests, Arlene Haynes had the highest average in the eighth grade, Harold Hansen In the seventh, and Seymour Lander In the sixth. The seventh grade won the spelling contest. Mrs. Mllda Niles, daughter of Mrs. Turgeson, will start this week Tuesday or Wednesday for Illinois, to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Danselzer. * Anna Hildman returned Saturday following a week at Whlttemore. The Tony Hildmans brought her, and remained over Sunday. Lucy Carson, primary teacher at Tltonka, spent the week-end with Florence Hansen. The girls were schoolmates at Upper Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawk, Britt, their daughter and three sons, visited Sunday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Fisher. " . Carol Darlene, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno, was christened at St. Joseph's church Sunday. At the Royal Neighbor card party Saturday afternoon, Mrs. J. L. Haverly won high in bridge, Nell Frimml in "500". Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, of Algona, and their little daughter spent Sunday here with his parents. The Henry Loofts, Seneca, and the Bertha Loofts were Sunday guests at E. R. Swanson's. The Deal 'Em club met with Mrs. John Hutchison last Thursday. Mrs. Murphy won high score. Julius Kunz, who Is in Davenport on business, spent the week-end at home. * W. P. Giddings picked a pink 'June" rose in his yard October (id. ADVERTISING CHASES GLOOM FOR STANDARD Chicago, Oct. 7—The Standard Oil Co., of Indiana, announced today plans to carry out in the remaining months of 1931 the biggest advertis-. ing and sales campaign the company has ever undertaken in so short a period. Directors have decided that the way to end the trench warfare with depression is to go over the top in something resembling in a business way what a major offensive Is in warfare. Advertising is to lay down the preliminary and prolonged intensive bombardment of gloom and hard times. And as the barrage prepares the way, the foot soldiers of the safes organization are to follow with a determined onslaught to secure new business. The advertising campaign will begin October 9 and continue until the middle of December. The main ammunition will be introduction of a new gasoline which the company has been making at refineries for some time and now has at distributing points ready for delivery, but about which the story is not being told in advance of the actual advertising. Following a series of "teaser" ads the campaign will come out in force on October 15 with large announcements In 1,462 newspapers in the 13 north central states in which Standard of Indiana operates. These newspapers have a circulation of 12,571,677 in a territory of 32,000,000 population where 8,371,750 cars and trucks are operating with a gasoline consumption of nearly five billion gallons a year. Follow-up advertisements will appear regularly in the following two months. 1 The newspaper advertising is to be the main reliance of the campaign, and will be supplemented by advertising in trade, and class publications and national magazines, by radio announcements in connection with the broadcasting of the season's big middle west football games from WGN, Chicago, and by twice-a-day brief announcements on 31 radio stations in the territory served. Radio advertising will -be used primarily to direct attention to the more extensive newspaper advertising. > The states in which the gasoline advertising will appear and the number of newspapers to be utilized are Colorado 41, Illinois 228, Indiana 177, Iowa 191, Kansas 106, Michigan 141, Minnesota 146, i Missouri 180, Montana 12, North Dakota 26, South Dakota 42, Wisconsin 146, AVyomlng 26. On the basis of family coverage of 175 per cent it is estimated that the campaign will represent the equivalent of delivering 121,855,422 messages regarding the company's products. The advertising strategists have planned part of thte campaign to appeal to women. Women motorists will be told why the new gasoline is a "gasoline for a lady." While the concentration will be on gasoline advertising, to which the company has devoted little of its funds previously this year, the extensive campaign on motor oils which has been in progress since last March will also be rounded out. In 130 of the leading newspapers of the territory the story of the "white fleet" of test cars with whiph the company's motor oils were tested this year will be completed, beginning October 18. Two of these "white fleet" cars have already visited Algona. The gasoline advertising Is being placed through the Stack-Goble Advertising Agency, the motor oil advertising through the McCann-Er- Ickson company, and the direct-mall campaign is in the hands of the Dosch-Klrcher company. — LBGAL NOTICES THE CKBniTOfcS OF THK KOSSUTH COUJTTf »TA*E BANK, OF ALGOX A, IOWA* You and each of you are hereby notified that the District Court of Kosauth county, Iowa, did on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1931, make an Order In the cau.se entitled L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa Vs. the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona,'Iowa, ordering that all claims of Depositors against the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa, based on checking account deposits, savings deposits and deposits on time and demand certificates except certificates Issued for money borrowed for said bank, be allowed as shown by the bank's books as claims of depositors without further proof thereof, which means that such claimants WILL NOT HAVE TO FILE CLAIMS. ' Holders of time and demand certificates of deposit must present same to the Examiner In Charge before dividend Is paid thereon. That all other parties having claims against said bank or any of the'funds thereof, Including claims for deposits not shown by the books of the bank as-stated, shall In order to. have such- claims 'allowed as claims against «ald bank or to participate in the distribution of the assets thereof, file said claims with the examiner in charge of said bank at the bank building in Algona, Iowa, or with the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before the 17th day of November, 1931, and that unless said claims be so filed on or before said date they shall be forever barred as claims against said bank or any of the assets thereof or against the said L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of Iowa, as receiver thereof. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of Iowa, as Receiver for the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa. 2-5 KOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District' Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on tire 2«h day of September, 1931, in favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against Frances M. Blake and the East Half of the Southeast Quarter (E% of SE%) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Ninety-Six (96) North, Range Twenty-Eight (28) West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendants, for the sum of Six Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-one and 69/100- ($6671.69) Dollars and cos'ts, taxed at One Hundred Twenty-eight and 37/100 ($128.37) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as: the- property of the said Frances M. Blake, in rem, to- satisfy said execution; to-wit: The East half of the Southeast Quarter (E% of SE%) of 'Section Thirteen (13), Township Ninety-Six (96) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the Fifth P; M 1 ., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed' to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy sai'd' execution, with costs- and' accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash; in- Hand; on- the 2Sth clay of October, 1931', at the east door of the Courthouse in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 28th day of September, 1931. L. E'. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kbssuth- county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Penningroth & Holmes, Plaintiff's Attorney; 4-5 NOTICE OF SHEHTFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA,. KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS'.. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a- Special' Execution directed to me from the Cleric of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered' in said Court on the 2nd day of October; 1931, in favor of J-.. o; Paxson-,. as plaintiff, and Hundred fifty attd 47/100 <fl4M.4ft Collars ftni costs, taxed at gevenljr* four and ft6/iOO <|U9BJ Collar* ahd accruing coat*, I hava levied Upon the following described fceal property as the property of the fcald fl*r- tha ShllW Ward, O, M, Ward, and Frank Shlltft to satisfy said exeCti* tlon, to-wlt! Lot One {$) in Bldck Two (2), of Inghafn's Addition to Al* gona, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or BO much thereof as may be necessary to flatlsfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 4th day of November, 1931, at the east door of the courthouse In Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of «ald day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. , Dated this 6th day of October, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, ' Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett I>. Harris, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft LInnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 4-5 STATEMENT of the Ownership, Management, Circulation, Eta, Required by the Act of Congress of Angnst 24, 1912, of Kossuth County Advance, published weekly at Algona, Iowa, for October 1, 1931. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth,. ss. Before me, a notary public In and for the State and County aforesaid, personally appeared' D. E. Dewel, who, having, been dtrly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he Is the business manager of the Koesuth County Advance, and that the following Is, vu the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement-of • the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid! publication for the date--shown In the above caption, required' by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied In section 411, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on , the reverse of this form,' to-wlt: 1. That the names and' addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher — Advance Publishing: Co., Unlncorp., Algona, Iowa. Editor — W. C. Dewel',. Algona,. Iowa. Managing Editor—D. K Dewel,. Algona, Iowa. Business Manager—D. E! Dewel, Algona, Iowa. 2. That the owner is: Advance Publishing Co., Uhln- corp., Algona, Iowa. W. C. Dewel, Algona, Iowa. D. E. Dewel, Algona, Iowa. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds;, mortgages, or other securities are: None. 4. That the two paragraphs- next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder, appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, ls> given; also that the said ^two paragraphs contain statements- embracing affiant's full knowledge and' belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which' stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustee, hold stock and' securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and" this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest direct or indirect in the said' stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated' by him. Di B. DEWEL, Business Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of October, 1931.. (Seal.) MART P. WEAVER, (My commission expires July- 4, 1933.) Personal Loans- Milch Cow Loans INCREASE YOUR DAIRY HERD WITH OUR MONEY-Dairy cows assure a regular monthly Income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase " tt Ia Call at our office or write us for full particulars THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION d °° r North o£ Iowa state Bank. Phon655 . Kill Weeds In The Fall Late season applications are recommended by Experiment Stations. Winter Freezing Assists Chemical Weed Killing Take advantage of both—treat in the Fall. —USE— , ' ATLACIDE calcium chlQrate The only safe and effective weed-killing chemical for general use. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Manager PHONE 256 Algona, low* *t«frv;s^y**p • --- fctyen »* • »•«-•* wuuxiuiv Hint lnQt > & Auditor x of koosuth County, lown a " M1B < mont, showing the special nsapix.wL.,1 ren °rt of th» tsf T£ lfl % & ^ tate KK with™ 11 ? 04 X 1K4, which schedule of proposed duh.4lvl.loft- sec. Twp. Rne. A '~~ ' 1} 96 28 ,,o T N «n' 11 ft8 28 40 ^ W ' S 11 96 28 4,, 11 22 28 4 ° 11 98 28 40 11 96 28 40 11 96 28 40 SE«4 Savlnc of 96 28 40 11 96 28 40 K: 11 9e ^ 40 0 ,rr,! ct ' ' r I 11 96 28 40 J °linson i NW% sw% SE% 11 96 28 11 96 28 11 96 28 40 40 <t, and "VVeiae ... ""»"S S 2 £!;=:: 11 96 28 40 14 96 28 40 14 96 28 40 14 ,96 28 41) 14 96 28 40 SW% SE% NE% 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 96 9G 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 .28 28 28 28 28 2S 28 28 28 28 28 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 14 96 28 SE»4 SW% ex.. W% NE-% NW% mv% NW% SW% .NW'A NW% NE% NE% " NAV% NE% sw % 14 9G •;« ^ XSf;^ •Tohn Kaln .. •I •lohn Kaln .1 -I •Tohn Knln .] Frank Bcstcnleh, ll:r Prank Bestenlohner " 1'rank Bcstenlehner" 14 96 as an ™ k Beste nl<W 14 06 2S 4^ f ank Be ^"lelmer I 14 B6 2S 40 Lcona,.,, R an - tha M. Drager Leonard n. and sia,. sw '-s-s s-jt jHH? •T. A. McDonald ....' •T. A. McDonald . ' Chas. B. Albright. ' Chas. B. Albright '-I Chas. E. Albright 'I Chas. B. Albright. "T John Cruikshank ...] John Cruikshank John Cruikshank "" John Cruikshank ...J John Kain .... John Kain John Kain .... John Kain Louise Young I Louise Young | Louise Young Louise Young Leonard R. and Mar-] tha M. Drager ;.l Leonard R. and Mar-' 9B 28 • tha M. Drager ..... 96 28 40 Frances E. Benschoter J 96 28 -10 Frances K. Benschoter You and each of you -whose names appear in the within schei hereby notified-that said report will come on for hearing before thi of Supervisors-at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 29th dayotO 1931, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above IM ments may be increased or may be adopted without further notlttl Unless you file written objections to said report on or betorfi said'day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively inf A1V assessments may be paid in full without Interest if paldi uays from date assessment Is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 6th day of October, 1931. BERTHA E. JOH Countyi 'XOTICir OF ASSESSMENT FOB, SURFACING SECONDARY I DISTRICT NO. 128 | Notice Is hereby given to all persons whose names appear within schedule th«t there has been filed in the office of tht 9 Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Api ment, showfngr the special assessment proposed to be levied on ill and parcels of real estate Included within Secondary Road ~" 25(. which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: NE% NW% NW% ir» 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 23 23 23 23 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 28 28 28 28 2S 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 NE"Vi NE% ex-, SclV.. 23 96 . 28 SW% NE% NE% SE% NE% 23 23 23 40 40. 40 40 40 40 40 3!) •10 •10 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 39 40 40 40 Sub-Division— Sec. Twp. 29 96 NTV% SE& 29 96 29 96 29 96 29 96 SW% 29 96 SW»4 29 96 29 96 30 96 8WV4 . Rng. 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 32 &6 29 40 82 9$ 29 40 32 96 29 40 You and each of you whose names appear in * he .'*; be torefi^ hereby notified that sato report wlj} come on for hearing v. . „, of Supervisors at their office in jjgow,, Iowa, on the jt 1931, at l:go o'ctocfe p. m. At said hearing any of w t '*"' D otl*, ments may be Increased or may i>e adopted without fur;owbrfore | Unless you file written objections to said report oni« ' ^ saw day the same will be presumed, to have been coney ^ All assessments may be paig in fuil without Interest 30 96 30 96 30 96 30 96 30 96 30 96 30 96 ex. Sch. 31 96 31 96 31 96 1 \ 31 96 31 ' 96 31 96 NWV4 31 96 31 96 32 96 32 96 32 96 NW% 32 96 32 99 Acres Name of Owner 40 Paul Geilenfeld, trei-; tee -I 40 Paul Geilenfeld, trustee 40 Paul Geilenfeld, trw_ tee —- x 40 Paul Geilenfeld, tna- tee 40 Aetna Life Jns. Co,._j. 40 Aetna Life Ins. Co. — 40 Aetna Life Ins. Co....' 40 Aetna Life Ins. Co, — 40 George and William Hich 40 George and Wilton \ Rich 40 George and Wl)l»> Rich 40 George and wfllta» f Rich ; 40 R. C. and D. B. Sayert s 34.40 R. C. and D. B. Sajreii " 34.40 R. C. and D. B. Sayen 40 R. C. and P. BJW« 39 George and Rich -— 40 George and Rich 40 George and _ ] 40 CeTge and""^ "' Rich ——;;-;•:•„; 40 George ana Rich 34.22 George and Wch —---= 34.23 George and wi ^ Rich 40 George and Rich -. 40 A. R. CruikshanK 40 A R CruikshanK f 40 A! R CrulkshaiW-- . 40 A. R. Cruikshank 40 day* from date assessment te . Rated at Algona,, Jowa, thjs «q» 4fty of October. READ

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