Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 6
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MONEY tor TAXES See CUNNINGHAM & LACY Algona ' Phone 598 Appraisers for Federal Finance Co. 200 Liberty Bldg., Des Moines in buyinq... you save in usinq |fj£ BAKING POWDER OROVER 40 YEARS 15 ounces for MILLION] OF POUNDS U(ID BY OUR COVIONMINT Bargain Fares —TO— C[H I C A G O October 23 and 24 $g .00 «- CHILDREN HALF FARE Buy Your Tickets Early Tickets will be sold for all trains October 23 and 24. Return by October 26 Tickets Now on Sale The MILWAUKEE BURT CHI) SOCIAL ICH 10UR Burt, Oct. 20—A large crowd attended the social. evening at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. There was a seven o'clock supper, followed by a program and social hour. The program consisted of a vocal solo by Anna Overgaard; violin solo, S. ,1. Fardal; read- Ing, Mrs. J. W. Rorrance; .piano solo, Mrs. P. F. Krlethe; playlet. Mrs. Donald Weir and Wrs. W. T. JPeters; music, men's quartet. Woman*!) Club Studies Russia— . The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. J, E. Clifton's, with Lulu Hawcott assistant hostess. The program consisted of the first lesson on Russia, and dealt with the historical background. Roll call was answered by naming Russian rulers. Mrs. Donald Weir gave a paper on Russia Under the Czars. Mrs. O. H. Graham gave a review- of, The Little Grandmother: of the Russian Revolution, by Catherine Breshkovsky. ''V? *PfK Wisconsin Family Comes to Burt— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Isenberger and H. H. Warden brought the Nels Godtredson family down from Stan ley, Wis., Thursday. They visited at the J. O. Isenberger home till Monday. The Godfredsons have rented the Fred Rlngsdorf house occupied by the Al Nyles family, and will move in" within a few days. They expect to go onto a farm next spring. Mrs. Godfredson is a daugh. ter of J. O. Isenberger, and formerly lived in Burt. Remodeled Home Nearly Completes— Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle has nearly completed the remodeling of the Roy Ollom house, which he recently purchased. He has had the house rebuilt Inside, replastered, refinished, new siding with rubberoid underneath, and has put in a basement, electric lights, city water, sewer, a new front porch, and has had the lawn graded, and the house painted inside and out. The house v.-lll soon be ready for occupancy. conference school of Instruction from Monday to Wednesday. The Misses Eva ,-Whitney, i and Mattle Warn«S' and/Mr, t aihd TMfs. J. H. Graham went to Pilot'Knob at forest City Sunday. There will b e a basket social at the schoolhouae taught by Mary Lynch, No. 1, In Portland township, this Friday everting. , Mrs. Bertha Schwletert, sons Leater and Wtllard and daughter Ada visited at the Paul Manor, home at Lake park Sunday. The C. I. Mansmtth family mftved last \veek Wednesday from the Mrs. Mary Stewart house to on* Of the sectlort houses. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness and Harvey Reed, of ' the Qqod Hope neighborhood, spent Sunday at Swea :: Gity; •William biddings, of Wesley, came last week Wednesday' tor a week with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf. • '.'".• \Winsome Yolentlne, who teaches at Sanborn, spent the week-end with her parents, the A. S. Volentine's. Lorena Peterson, Cedar Falls stu-, dent, spent the week-end with her parents, the C. W. Petersons. ' A special county medical meeting was held at Dr. J. Q. Clapsaddle's offlpe Monday evening. William NeeJ, 'GraeUinger, visited at the A." N. Jensen home "the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davlson called at the Mllo Brown home neat- Garner Sunday. The Fortnightly club met last week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. C. F. Whalen's. The Queen Esther Circle meets this week Wednesday evening with Lucile Sewick. Merwyn Paine, Omaha, spent the week-end with his parents, the E. E. Paines. Mrs. Ida Anderson entertained the Birthday Circle last Thursday after- GLASS •"prices 'lowest. Bert Deal, 10u6 —LlGHf MOtTSEKEEP' FOJt ing rbdms.—Call Advance. 7u6 FOR RENT — HOUSEKEEPING robhis.—103 E. Kennedy 1 st. 8p« FOrt cbupe, ^Cal unnngamicy.: FOR RENT:-MPDERN"FUR^ISH- ed house, closfr in.-^-P'h'one 1,8S. 9p6 FOR RENT—MObBRNs HOUSE' on E. State.—Mrs. THlie. McCall. 10u6 FOR • SALF—SLACK LEATHER jacket, size 32.—Call Advance. 9u6 FOR RENT—2-ROOAt FURNISHED apartment.—Vera Apartments.J?p6 kttends Presbyterian Meet— H. A. Thompson left Sunday to ttend a meeting of the Presbyter- an Synod at Fairfield. Mrs. S. S. Mxon, Mrs. Thompson's mother, •ho has been spending several veeks here, accompanied him to Dysart, where sh© will visit rela- ives. Mr. Thompson's mother, Mrs. iertie Thompson, accompanied him is far as Oskaloosa, where she will •islt her daughter, Mrs. Earl Girton. ROAD 4S31 Vuxiliary to Install Officers— Officers to be installed at the Legion Auxiliary meeting here Wednesday evening are Mrs. Ray McWhorter, president; Mrs. A. N. Jensen, vice president; Mrs. H. A, Smith, secretary; Mrs. Fred Rings df-rt, treasurer; Mrs. Wyott Stott, chaplain; and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, historian. J. N. Holding is spending a noon. Mrs. week with relatives at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Melnzer visited relatives at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Nyles are. parents of a 10-lb. son, born Friday. FORMER SEXTON RESIDENT DIES AT ROCKFORD, ILL Sexton, Oct. 20—Word' was received here Saturday of the death of Mrs. Theodore Johnson, now of Rockford, formerly of Sexton, Friday. She had been-.bedfast for several months. She is survived by her husband, Theodore Johnson, four daughters, two sons and two step-children, Clayton Johnson anrt Mrs. Emest Hutchison, of Wesley, and a step-daughter Hying in Illinois. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at Rockford, and it was- planned to ship the body to southern Illinois for burial at her childhood home, where her father is living. Mrs. Johnson; was a faithful member of church and: Aid! bere while- she lived south of town. They moved: to Rockford four years, MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS and town property.—W. C. panaoh. • 10p5-8 FOR RENT — MODERN HOUSE with garage.—A. L. Cunningham. . Su6 oif the **M J. tt- ahd Ada DV ttoftus to »tl*fy said to^witi Ah undivided Interest In the Nofth" UIIC-IKI.IJ. \ rmt ...»-- — ~- — , east Quarter (NEW!) and the North one-half of the Southeast Quartef (N% of SB%) of Section Thirty* five (SB) township Ninety-Six (96) Range tfweftty Nine (29) West of th6 Fifth P, M.lftnd i will proceed to sell said property, or so rhuch thereof as may be necessary to sattefy said ex- e'cutlon,'with costs and accruing cost* "At'public auction, to the highest 'btdderi for cash, In hand, on the 13th ,day* ot November, 1931, at the enst.door Of the Court House In Al- gonai'.-ln 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 13th day of October, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of'Kossuth County, Iowa; By Everett L, Harris, Deputy Van Ness and Miller, 'Linnan and Stlllman, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 5-6 FOR SALE — FRESH'cows AND heifers. J. P. Stow, Hurt, Iowa HOP 0-7 FOR RENT — MODERN 7-UOOM ' • • " Miirtngh • lluS residence, close In.—See Bros. FOK «ALE—2 YEARLING Poland China boars.—Robert Loss, phone ZOF31. lluBtf FOR SALE—ALL WOOL DARK blue chinchilla coat; E. Call. size 14.—209 12p5-6 FOR RENT — SLEEPING ROOM: board if desired. — Mrs. J. M. Moore. 10 P 6 WANTED — YOUNG WOMAN wants general "housework. Call Advance. • » 8 P 6 tfOTIOK OF SHERIFF'S SALE 3TATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Case No. 13599. Notice Ip.. hereby given •' that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the. District Court of Koss'ur.h county, 'Iowa, on a judgment rendered in uald Court on the 3rd day of October 1931, In favor of A. B. Caswell, aa plaintiff, and against Harry O Chambers and Sarah A. Chambers ns defendants, for the sum of Nine Thousand Three Hundred Twenty- five and 55/100 ($9325.55) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Seventy-four and' 10/100 Hundred ($174.10) MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT— Close In; double garage. 792-W. Phone 10u6 FOR SALE— BUICK SIX SEDAN; - priced to sell. — Mrs. E. ,1. Skinner, phone 67. I2p6 FOR RENT — LIGHT HOUSE- keeplng rooms, 521 E. Elm «t.'— Phone. 752. HAVE YOUR MOTORS CLEANED and starters adjusted' by Beamer Electric Co. REPLACE YOUR BROKEN WIN- clow pflass now. Prices lowest. See Bert Deal. 10u6 FOR SALB — POLAND 1 CHINA boars and' Shorthorn bulls. W. H. Riedel. Phone 19F2 13p6-7 AUCTION SALE OF" HOUSEHOLD 1 goods tomorrow, 1 o'clock-.—70T E. State St., TTreo filbert. _ 12p«' FOR~~SALE— FUREBRED T "Herefbrd' herd animal. A good: indiviaTuaU— Herman Carlson, Wesley. 1'3U6'~T CALL I TO FOR THAT r WALlT recpt or • switch you want installed'.— Reamer Electric So. WU6 1 FOR RENT—NEW SMALL cottage, ci'ty water, electric 'lights, oak CToors, $15.00.—W. F. Walker: 13p6 WANTED~~TO~BUY~^- SEVERAL stacks of oats straw. Close to Algona preferred. McGuliy Bros. 14ufi Fire in Closet Is Put Out — The fire department was called Monday morning to extinguish a fire at the X. I. Morness home. A blaze started in an upstairs closet, but was put out without serious damage. Several articles of clothing were burned. Fenton Hall Team Trims Burt — A baseball game last Wednesday afternoon between the Fenton and Burt high school teams played here resulted in a 12-0 victory for Fenton. Ball Team Loses Two Games — The Burt ball team played two Barnes last week. Wednesday the boys lost to Fenton, 11-0. Friday the team lost to Titonka 4-3. Aid Itazaar Jfets. The Sexton Aid held its annual chicken supper and bazaar- In the hall last week. The total of $84 was cleared by the supper and! bazaar. Fancy work did' not sell as> high as other years because of hard: times, but the women were well satisfied. Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Harry O. Chambers and Sarah A. Chambers, John I. Thompson, am L. A. Andrew, Superintendent o Banking:' of the State of Iowa, as receiver of the Farmers Savings Bankv Lfvennore, Iowa, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South west Quarter (SW%) of Section One <t> fn Township Ninety Fou (S'4) (27)' North, Range Twenty Seven M, Adah . C. Wright, iwteiT —-•'Ernst llhlei,, iro*t*f" readin Terry • Out-Mr Westinghousff Blew. Co., mdse. -x — ™*.8ff Fulton Irorr Wontta C&s, mdse. ..---* ' General Electric- Supply <Cm, mdpe. *—*• J. I. Holeomtt) MSfcv. <Cbi,. mdse. 8,61) LlmTMaterlal Cb:, m<feft — 22:04 Vacuum Oil Co., mdse!. --•-- Catcltzona mdse. Prodtiotat (Mr.,. Fairbanks Morse Co:, mdse:. 12.78 Malleable Iron Range- mdse, (36),. , . Electric Supply Co., rndscu- 4B1.98 Shell Petroleum Corp;, dl»t:. 125.44 Security Petroleum' dlst. - ......... Register & Tribune' Cte, adV:. lO-OS 1 Northwestern Bell. Tel! Go.,. service .......... ---- r — Western Union, service- ----Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse; I'.Qf fcS 3.26 60.00 . 1- OmU TV U**v f f Kelly, Kftfary i. tfanr. tftbw N.-W, BfcIT Tot. Co., service. 8, J. Bkcktwr, P. M., box rent . A J. A. McTtonatd, Ins. on Clove Barton, labor -, 22.5( The Hallmark Store, labor.. 1.00 Earl Bowman et al, labori- 66:75" G. & N. W. R'y Co., rent' pole yard —' . Luke Kllllon et al, refund' deposit ; R'y Express Agency, express H. W. Post, frt. and dray— Cleve Barton, labor Otilla McCall et al, refund" deposits 2B'.<«r Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse. —•—-—K. C. State Bank, checks _. 2VOO' R. F. Donovan, premium on ins. —— -J. — 350.00 H. M. Hauberg Work Fund, transfer - 4008700 WATER FUND IS.'TO 20.48 35.00 18.25 --,,- ,, _. - 1.76 i t Ottnder, labor —.i..... 21.00 labdr .... 7.00 Cftcur. Wagnef ot alj labor.. 22.50 Frank tathl-op, labor ..... 24.00 A, R Affcfiel, engineering.. 49,88 GENERAL-FUND Fran* 'tJreert, salary ... 125.00 H". A, "Valt Atstyne, Salary.- 125.00 Akrw, rent lo.oo Uhitwnhower, care 12.50 6.50 .75 34.79 2.05 6.81 9.77 16.00 16,00 16.00 1.50 79.20 . 10.00 15.00 • 109.90 7.00 13.40 54.2: 3.50 67.55 62.3C 3.5 Ellis Runchey- mdse< _ Algona Super-Service Station', mdse Helberg'irCFaragey mdse. and labor .....—..—--—... Wl R. Scull', special police— Gottlieb' GUdTtrrecht, special pollfec 1 — ---- 1 Francis Hbag, special police F: Wi Greeny Impounding dogs >—-———-— Jesse" Lashbroolt, salary —. Jesse' IJashb"rook;, salary ... Jesse- EasHttrocm; Biliary •— Elliott' SKIlllhfr, man and , team. • oirtatreejts' ii-.-.—,_ . Elliott SUilllhg, man and team on filter ... — Fred" Baumgartrrer, gravel, etb7 Geo. GUnder, street tabor '. — G.eo: GUnd'er; filter tabor _._ Frank-SKllllng; street J. W,. Kelly, salary 75'.00 Frank Ostrum, salary ---- •- 130100' West of the Fifth .P. Kosswth County, Iowa;, and will proceed to sell said property,. or- so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs, highest on the at public- auction, to the bldH'er, for cash in hand, 1'Oth day of November, 1931, at the eiist door In; Alfeonay O. E. Atcheson, salary ---Laura Mitchell, salary ---W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. Leighton Supply Co., mdse. ittsburgh Equitable Meter . Co.', mdse. ......... - ..... Vigman Co., mdse. -------- owa Mach. & Supply Co., mdse. ..... - ...... ------ oseph G. Pollard Co., mdse. ames R. Kearney Corp., mdse. _— ......... - ..... Cennedy & Parsons, mdse.-. of the Court House i Kosstfth County, Iowa, a/t the 1 hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of saiid day, when and where due at- tendiunce will' be given by the,under, signed'. Date* tWa 9th clay of October, 1933'.. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By- Everett L. Harris, Deputy. SUill.varr, McS-Iahon & Linnan, Ptomtiffs Attorneys. 5-6 r _OST — SHABFFER FOUNTAIN lien with nnriie engraved. — Mrs. Lura Sanders, return to City U13U6: FOR RENT — 7-ROOM" MODERN house, soft water, garage, two blocks from Iowa State Bank. — T. P. Harrington. When you find it hard to write that letter, try the easy, convenient and more personal way—use LONG DISTANCE Rapid. . //S\ Low Cost Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Quenten Carey brought Mrs. F. E. Rubey home Sunday. She had spent a month visiting relatives near Coin, and the her daughter at Mrs. Carey will past week with Ames. Mr. and visit here till Wednesday. Mrs. Carey is a daughter of the Rubeys. Viola Bleich will go home with them for a visit. The Rebekah lodge gave a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Paul MacAuley nfter the lodge meeting Thursday- evening. A piano duet by Mrs. Lll Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rfley and Bobbie Lee took Mrs. Rtley's father, A. E. Pasley, to the Alec Azerska home near Britt Sunday to go to the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Azerska, at Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.. Clifford Young, of Chicago Heights, are spending a few weeks with Clifford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young, and with Mrs. Young's mother, Mrs. Mary Kain, of Plum Creek. Mary Harris returned to work Sunday afternoon after a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mary is employed in the telephone office at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sweet and children spent Sunday at Algona. Mr WANTED— HATCHERY FLOCKS for- 1931 hatching- season, except White Leghorns. — Write Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. LOST—FfRESTONE 7 cover, Sunday, 6Utf TIRE; between RTST, Frank Teeter and Archie Wallter- flvrms.:— Notify Franlc Teeter; 16p«' WILL SELL CHEAP, ONE nearly new power Maytag washing ' machine; also one Howard' S-tube all 1 electric radio. Terms if desired 1 .— Algon.i Insurance Agency. 5-6 XOW — A SUPER-ACTIVE W1N- ter battery for all cars. Multiple plates' give positive' starting in coldest weather—long life—Chrysler, (WCTGIJTAL NOTICE Iri' the- District Court of Iowa, in and" for Kossutft county, November term, 1'93T.. Clara Olson, Plaintiff, vs;. Martirr. Olson-,. Defendant. To' Martin; Olson, the above named Defendant:: You are' hereby notified that 'there is now on- file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named county and state, a pe- titlbn' of Clara Olson, plaintiff herein 1 ,. cla-inriTiE of you an absolute divorce on the grounds of willful desertion- for a period of over two years;. Petition asks for the custody the- two> minor children. For- further particulars see the Petition now on file. Now, unless you appear thereti and 1 defend on or before noon of th second day of the next term of sale court to be held at the Courthouse Algona, Iowa, In said county, com Harry Barton, labor ess Hill, labor Id McGulre Qo., labor on standpipe 270.00 Humboldt Motor Express, express 2?25 Lalng & Muckey, mdse. — 4.08 George Holtzbauer, mdse.— 40'.'5B Harry Barton et al, labor 131.3C H. W. Post, frt. and dray... 4;7T) Harry Barton, labor 28.5( larl Bowman, labor 19.01 tVaterows Co., mdse. 69:00 Vorton • Machine Works, mdse. and labor 36'.'46" eo. Miller, mdse. 117.72 .•aing & Muckey, mdse. FIRE FUND C. Wright, salary 45:00 American-La France " & Nash, each. and others—19-plate Gamble Stores $8.95 FOR SALE — SEVERAL BRAND new Victor adding machines at lian and Sigler and Kathrlne a vocal solo by Mrs. Manus, Tressie features of the enter- Sweet is now employed in a garage Bargain prices. Also lots of good at the Walberg filling station, north ' "' -'----'----•* - "--- "" of town. Mr. Wright, owner of the Miscellaneous Column 1 used Majestic Range, very good shape $25.00 1 used Monarch Range Like new $45.00 1 used Vacuum Cleaner $15.00 Big allowance this week on your old stoves or circulating heaters. THE ENTERPRISE WNE None better Easy terms. BJUSTROM'S Algous Hobartou Brace, were tainment. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and sons Richard and Laurence visit- ad at the R. C. Smith home at Jefferson Sunday. Mrs. J. S. McDonald and two daughters accompanied them as far as Fort Dodge, where they visited at the Elmer Nelson home. Alice Eighme, junior high principal, had her appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday morning. Her parents came from Shannon City to be with her during her illness. Harry Bewick, Ireton, and Lura Sewick, Harris teacher, spent the week-end at the H. G-. A. Sewick home. Mr. Sewick, who was very ill for a number of weeks, is now much improved. Cecil Wolfe, who formerly assisted in the receiver's office of the First National bank 'here, and is now at Bode, spent last Thursday night with her friend, Mrs. w. T. Peters. Walter Hanna and Erma Reid, Ames, were week-end visitors at the Mrs. Maude Hanna home. Myron Chipman and Raymdhd Bleich came up with them and visited their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and daughter Lucile, Lottie Hawcott, and Harold Steward visited the John Borgu home at Delevan, Minn., Sunday. Alice Eighme, who was operated on for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday, was able to return .home Tuesday. Henry Stoddart, of Denver, Colo., spent .several days last week with his sister, Mrs. Allan Carr. Mr. Stoddart is a former Burt boy. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holding and son were Sunday guests at the Elmer Kieitz home at Lakota. The Rev. L. Richmann Tuesday went to Lu Verne where toe will attend a pastoral conference, which will continue until Thursday. The U and I Circle met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Gerald Brace's, with Mrs. Harry Putz and Mrs. Tom Trenary assistant hostesses- farm now occupied-by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young, spent Sunday with the Youngs. Mr. Wright lives at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. "Chester Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Orren Johnson, Wesley, were Sunday guesta of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, in Sexton. William Hartley and Herman Wise each received a truck load of coal hauled in from near Ogden Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Steven spent Monday at the Harvey Steven home. Loyd is helping his father husk corn. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven went to Rockford Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Theodore Johnson; rebuilt standard typewriters. Typewriter Exchange, EsthervtHe, Iowa. JitUJi-6 NO"NE~EP TO BE IDLE—Any~energetic man can sell Ward's Established Household and Farm Necessities of proven merit and enjoy a ear around steadily Increasing bus- ess. Must own car. Write imme- iately to Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Vinona, Minn. Established 1856. 42p4-7 X>R SALE—7-ROOM HOUSE, partly modern, 2 lots, and new garage —a bargain at $2,900; terms. Eight ots known, as the show, grounds % lock off State street; 2 good mod- rn homes; also piano, Yictrola, hina closet, etc.; all to be sold heap as I am leaving Algona.— Mrs. TilHe McCall, 521 East State. 54u6 Algonian Bereaved. MVs. W. A. White was called to Perry last Thursday by the death of a brother, Arthur Brown, who died suddenly last week Wednesday. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henklns, who stopped for her en route from their home in Wisconsin Mrs. Henkins and Mrs. AVhite are sisters. Services were held Saturday at Perry for Mr. Brown. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF No. 3567. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss In District Court, September term 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o John Uhlenhake, deceased, dated December 26, 1922, having been thl day filed, opened and read, the 17th day of November, 1931 Is fixed fo hearing proof of same at the Cour House In Algona, Iowa, before th District Court of said County or th Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby no tifled and required to appear an show cause, if any they have, wh said instrument should not be pro bated and allowed as and for th last Will and Testament of said de ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 2 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Cour By CLARA REYNOLDS, The J. E. Cliftoo went to Britt Monday to attend a district | Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Attorneys. on November 23rd, 1931, de fault win be entered against you an judgment rendered thereon in ac eortfarice with the prayer •' of sal petition. SHUMWAY & KELLY, 5-8 Attorneys for Plaintif 125.00 110.00 1:91 108. 29 15TOO ii:o4 2s:so 4.7? 19.20 6.'40 28:12 11.00 Hogg, street Louis- Haggv filter —_ - Vlllard" Gregaon, man and team, street -_—_i— 102.51 Willard" Gregson, man and team-, street —_ 14.0 Wlllard" Gregsony man and team, filter „_._ 7.00 Kent Motor-Co;, moTse. 20.43 Ch'as. Magnusson, contract. 25.00 C." S. 1 Johnson-, mdse. . .65 Botsfbrd" rjumtter'Cb., mdse. Veokly OUAllTox.JtJ D. Shumwa Phono In filter _._ —— Bbtsfbrd" Lumber-Co., mdse— tfel&on- HdW. Cb., mdse. _— Standard" Oil'Cbi, mdse. Plymouth- Clay Products •C6/, mdse. — —1—- ommonwealttt- EVetrtrlc Co., bal." on contract !han Dailey, lotoor ; ;_'— Chan Dallfey et at, tabor — Thorpe Wood" S Iron Works, mdse. ' Chan DMley, labor K. C. Advance, printing- — M. V." Nbrrls, engineering ._ A. E: MlchBi; engineering — Win. Aman- 1.15 2.65 26.07 43.57 45.04 922.00 27.00 62.60 14.95 23.75 9.42 150.00 i.25 1.76 35.2 \13.7 SWIMMTNG' POOL FUND 68.95 Hiltna Ostrunr et al, labor.. ; C: Danson-, labor ... ---e^ Kelly- Jr:, labor — _- ---Algona Steam fjaundry, laundry- _.: ------- - ------ Chrischtlles &' Herbst, mdse. E.' W: Hansen, mdse. laibor. Nelson Hd\\ T . Co-., mdse. --N; w: Bell' Telephone Co., service -----------------Long- Brothers; mdse. ----CT.. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest': ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. . M. D, r Office on South Phones: Office, 666; Physician and Office in Quinby Bid Phone No. °lj" 15.50 12.50 3.631 1.18 10.47 1.35 5.S5 6.14 GLASS Replacement Serrice . . T Your brokeni door- and! wiiadteM«ld glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshielfll eBa«B for Model A Ford, installed _. _$5.00 JOE GREEN BERG PHH3NE 118 Physician and 8m,. Office in Postofflcet Phones: Office, 197; 1>IU W. D. AS'DBH Oslcopnthlc Physician nil Eye, Ear, Nose, and 1 X-ray . Office over Hub Recreatbil Phones: Office, 187; 1)11. H. A. EVAXSjlfl For Diathermy and Over Borchardt'S- Drag I Residence phone 312; c Alpona, Iowa;. : CHIROPBACTOII DR. It, J. THISSHJ Palmer Graduate Chlr Thirteen year's sucoessft[ ; '|| Of fire over StateVC YETEREfAKT-i I.. W. FOX VdterJharJaiv West State Street, J Phones: Office, 47S-\V.;'t BUILDING COJi NOTICE OF ASSESSMIBaT FfrR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD KO. 188 . COWAX 4 SOJ;s| General' GDntractora Estimates T Phones: Business, 638-Jij NOHTOJf MACHISBJ Machinists and W Service Stock o Piston Rings, Pins, anJ'I West of Courthouse PRODUCED Legals NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS OF K. S. ELLSWORTH AND I). H. ELLS W011TH. The undersigned has been ap^ lointed as Trustee in. the Assignment made by E. S. Ellsworth and D. M. Ellsworth for benefit of cred- tors. Please file itemized claims duly verified in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Algona, Iowa, on or before the 22nd day of January, A. D. 1932. GATLORP D. SHUMWAY, NOTICE OF MIGRATE OF WILL '"• '' No. 3566. State of Iowa, Kossuth county. SB. In District Court, September term, 1931. To All \Vhom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last. Will arid Testament of E. Ditsworth, deceased, dated January 21, 1929, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 10th day of November, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before thb District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 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 and Testament of said deceased. Dated 13, 1931. (Seal) Notice is; heueby givem toi all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that. til«re' Itasr .been ffled In the office of the County Auditor of Kossutli'. County, low'a,. a report of the Board' of Apportionment, showing:, the sfleaikll assessment , proposed to be levied on all parts , and parcels of r«al! estate iieJuaea within . Secondary Road Pistrlct -No, 12S. whiohi sahedtolfc o£- Dcapoaed • assessment is as follows: NEV4 Sffl.% Amt, of Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of Owner Assessm't 2» M 2» 40 Paul Geilenfeld, trus- >6 29 96 29 813% SE% NE-% 29 29. 29 30 96 96 96 96 96 29 29 29 29 30 _96 29 30 96 29 at Algona, Iowa, October CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Attorneys. 5.7 30 96 29 NE'4 SWV4 NE% 30 30 30 30, ex. Sch. 31 96 96 96 96 96 29 29 29 29 29 NE14 6-11 Assignee. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Case No. 13581. • Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a 'Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the Pistrict Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 28th day of September, 1931, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superln- tendenUot Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Cpunty Savings Bank, AJgona, Iowa, and L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Bank- Ing of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona State Bank, Algona, Iowa, as plaintiff, and against J. F. Hofius, as defendant, for the sum of One Thousand Five Hundred TO EDWARD F. WAGNER AND FRED WAGNER. Whittemore. Iowa, and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: . You are hereby notified that tlje undersigned will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for ca?h at the front door of the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, on Friday, the 80th day of October, 1931, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, <a. certain Chevrolet coach, Factory No. WD63965, En. gine No. 835341, 1929 model, to pay a certain note of One Hundred Thirty Dollars (1130.00), given by Edward F. Wagner and Fred Wagner on July 15, 1931, to Inland Finance Corporation ot Algona, Iowa, which note is secured -by chattel mortgage on the above described car. , INLAND FINANCE 5-6 CORPORATION. NEV4 enty-One and 10/100 (11571.10) Dollars and cogtg, taxed at Ninety Nine and 85/100 ($99.85) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the J. following described real property a* Le Council Minutes NEV4 NWV4 NWVi 32 32 32 32 32 , tee ... 1 40 Paul Geilenfeld, trustee ..." • . 40 Paul Geilenfeld, trustee . ._ 96 29 40 Paul Geiienfeld, trustee •— 40 Aetna Life Ins, Co..._ 40 Aetna Life Ins. Co. _. 40 Aetna Life Ins. Co. — 40 Aetna Life Ins. Co. ._, 40 George and William Rich , .; . 40 George and William Rich -, ... 40 George and William Rich __. ..'.;_ 40 George and William Rich _„__,.,.,_,_„ 40 R. q. and P. B. Sayers 34.40 R., 6. and D. B. Sayers 34.40 R. C. and D. B. Sayers 40 R. c. and D. B. Sayers 39 George and William Rich a,— George Rich 40 George Rich 40 Qeorge Rich George Plch 34.22 George Rich 34.23 George Rich George Rich - ,.— 40 A. R. Crulltshank „___ 40 A. R. CrwikshAnfc 40 A. R. Cruikshang 40 A. R. Cruikshank, 40 Delia, Hazel L, and Harley 8. Troutman- 40 Delia, Hazel L. and Harley S. Troutman- Pella, Hasel L, and Harley s. Troutman, Delia, Hazel 14 and Troutroan, SWIFT & COHF Cash Buyen,i| Eggs, ujl Jfatt Lamuth, ' Phone KOSSUTH INSURANCE Over $15,000,000 worth« 31 96 29 40 31 96 29 31 96 29 '31 96 29 40 31 96 29 31 96 29 31 96 29 40 and William and " WlHtom and \JHliiam and Willlftm and William ~and"w~«fiam Wiltan 15-55 1O5 21.60 21.05 14.95 15.55 21.05 81.60 12.96 15.58 31.00 17.64 15.58 13,40 19.27 82.50 17.08 21.00 14.64 13.96 21.00 17-85 C. H. La Hnrrc Reliable Insurant' Phone r City Property Insurance. 107 W. State St. ew and used Tires and 'A Hides, Fur 96 96 96 96 29 29 29 32 96 29 32 96 29 40 32 96 29 40 Aifona, Iowa, September 24, 1931 T-Cl|y xsouncll met in regular session on tbte day at the city hall, and among p.ther things allowed the following-bills: ELECTRIC FUND salary ------- $ apiary ------- 159.00 14.64 21.60 21.05 15.65 '14-95 81.05 21.60 14.98 15.56 H. w. P< Dray and f . Long Distance! Every against loss a |e of all kinds. . ped to do all_ hauling and Algona, MIMEOG at ldp ° rt WU1 ln n the within schedule exo hearing before " d increased or may be adopted without further »«»«»«« to have been conclusively Dated at Algon*, Iowa, t We etn 4»y «| Opt$*er. Jill. . _ i^;tX--eW ADVJ

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