Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 11
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1981. I ftpeht Friday at' Arthur with 1 *. toelores Flnriell, Rockwell teacher, daughter of the Robert Plnnells 8r. spent the week-end with her ' K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA ., nose/and receive* cuts EL about the «<* at the Cart visit. 'Miss Hanaen . - ir ° ten wrecked, and Just me from «» e opposite truck and demolished Anna , has purchased Ible repair shop In Al- Ib across from'the «our.t. to the Advance, Mr. forking In a Whltte- , e ; number of years ago, [here to Alsona, where years In the He is , of his new business. Girls— "party was given by a Filris Sunday evening at tCairy'home, In honor, of Mary Catherine Oebhart. left the first of **•" Geor'ge' Frost, son" ef th'e' H. Frosts, broke his arm while Ingr about the yard Saturday. i Th« M. Conners and . ditu B .. lcl Luclle, of Ijiwler, spent last week at the Timothy O'Brien home. M. R. iZumach, local meat dealer, attended a Brlardale meeting Week Monday at Bode. • Father C. p. Sweeney, Dodge, 'was a Whlttelhore last week Tuesday. The St. Paul's Lutheran congregation plans to celebrate Reformation next Sunday. Whlttemore Y. P. S. boys Garner and won 12-10. Alfre was umpire. Robert Flnnell Jr. will coach boys' basketball team at the Academy. Mrs. Carl Bbert and Ebert are both sick in bed with flu TWO TOWNSHIPS NAME OFFICERS AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Oct. 20—The meeting of the Rnmsey-G F. B. organisations was Shelr new home In | A bout 50 were Present t. played and a midnight (sevecl. ,, . . iRecovcre"at Rochester- Mrs. Oscar Polrot have •hester the past week and Us the subject of an „ the Mayo hospital. Mrs. feported recovering nicely ontlnues to Improve, as (the .... next few days, will |e"to return home. Rebuild -Burned Barn— „. Calry, of Sioux City, [ttemore visitor last week. at .Algona, making to rebuild the barn'on iestroyed by fire October Roeber, of Whlttemore, Stract for the new barn. ive Husking Vacation— Hentges, Whlttemore teacher, spent a few ecX with friends at Ali Whittemore schools had husking vacation. Husking Vacation— ISchilz, high school teach- home Friday to spend a [her parents.and friends. will be closed for a week usking vacation. gr. Steps on Nail— Sr. stepped on a spike [st week. The wound Is Bly, but he will have to i cane for some time yet. aws Good Crowd— hlgh school play last •evening, drew a large the academy. The sextet Hiittemore News. came home Friday ister, Minn., to get his law, Mrs. Spilles and little IPolrot. rlday. atient in the Rochester tlr. Polrot, Mrs. Spilles, [returned Sunday even- Hansen, of Holateln, day for Her •home. She it the Carl Hansen home caring, for Mrs; Carl recently underwent an the Methodist hospital es. Mrs. P. G. Is Carl's ilrs. Lampe and Mr. and hoph and daughter, of illnn., spent last week and Thursday at the f Meyer home. They were »y from Waverly, where a sick brother of Mr, week Tuesday evening at the audl torlum In the public school building The Rev. Charles Ernst, pastor at the St. John's church, was the principal County Agent Morrison and H, D. A Muriel Body gave reports. The lowing officers were elected for th coming year: Edward Droessler, president of the Ramsey club and Anton Stork, secretary. Ray Miller was elected president of the Greenwood club, with W. P. Vaske as secretary. The women for Greenwood were elected and Mrs. Frank Wil- helml Is township chairman and Mrs. Helden- eacher, ills 8r., P par- 'H. E. e play- y. tuglfter t week i^ dealer, g last )f Fort visitor ngrega- •matlon played 1 Meyer ch the : Acad- rnndma vlth flu. IPS :RS OFT monthly eenwooi 3ld las le audl building isslstan Catholl speaker H. D. A The fol for th (Continued from Page 2.) wea city Ind. Harrison w.oa miles ftt 8 FAUMEI18 IDEAL TELEPHONE TblirB * ** vefcley • Township __, , tOOmliPHAt M FAHMERS'MiffifAL TKLEPHONE COMPANir YK ona Jnd. Union LH) m i le8 ftt g tnlon , Township II I 9.00 miles at 9 FARMERS MUTUAL TELEPHONE^COMPANY 18 Bancroft Ind. Greenwood 1600 miles at 11 Bancroft Ind. Ramsey . 4 $ ™ e« nt 9 greenwood Township* ^""I":;;"- KM m es at 9 larr son Township District No. 2 "i:"::::"" 4.00 m es at 9 jarrison Township District No. 3 BOOmlcsat 9 so n n"cT c*£ nirtllp -::::::;:::::-2«:oo mile" St. ' -Seneca cons. IM ml]es at( g luffnln TV,,,,,*! i ^ GERMAN TELEPHONE LINE 1 ' 68 "* ** Jiurnio Township Cons. i BSO miion nt v\ German Townsh p 4 GO ml « at q i£±,'v d T Town ^ p ""-::::":::::::::::::::::::» £ S a i Ramsey Township aav m | les at g 9.SO miles at $9 «W,.R Tmvn.hin OHISON TELEPHONE LINE ^wt-a Township 900 mlles at , 7 Hohrnn Tnw n «i i «OOI)1UC1I TELEPHONE LINK iiooron township 4 GO miles afl $8 Qrnnt f n wn.hi^ lA]S " T " 1 " I " RA "f' TELKl'HONK COMPANY yinnt Township Cons. ; 3.00 miles at S10 T.eilynrtl I nil. Ixsilyard 50 m PB nt 10 Ijodvard Ind iSnrlntfioiri o'^/I m !! es a i Jx de™ Bn TownH, 1 ?p li J!^.^ U ^L«: K ^''»<>i n |ilt «' T^V-rO InO. ^*™™™™™™*J®3tK mM » I.ed.vnrd Ind. Hnri-lson • T, miles at S S.75 mlles at $S nnff.i,, T . , J! AYS TELEPHONE HVHAL LINK J iiffalo lownshlj) Cons. I.BO miles at »n Gorman Township .._. — '10.50 miles at 1) 12.00 miles at $9 ,, , ,„ HEBRON TELEPHONE LINE NO. H4 Hebron Township 5.50 miles at $9 ,,, ,_ ., IOWA, TELEPHONE C'OSI'PANY Hebron Township ___'_ aoo mllcs nt , 10 Ai B ,,,,n T, i '"VINUTON CENTER TELKPffONE COMPANY AlKona 1ml. fresco ,2j miles iifi $7 AlKona Ind. IrvinKton >& miles at 7 IrvliiKton Township is.co mlles at 7 1S.50 miles at $7 • .. T . . , IHYIN«TON TELEPHONE COMPANY Alsona Ind. Irvlnston 2.25 mllcs at $9 Irvinutoii Township ._ e.OO miles afi 9 80* » 140 * 9 « 12 ...,;72 '•>*,' '84 $ 1« 36 22T> 36 M .USA 9 * 738 » 14 41 2 29 $ 86 % «3 $ 36 $ SO r> 2T) $ 60, % 6 $ '24 $ 46 $ 13 93 $ 108 5 60 $ CO % 2 f, 126 $ 130 $ 20 54 ' Cresco Township .^..^...^.^ ...... ..i. .* miles at 11 •• ' t 1.75 miles at lift t 20 * , „. TWENTY ONE TELEPHONE COMPANY Alirona Ind. Union 1.00 miles at 110 10 Plum Creek Township . . .60 miles at 10 G 2.76 mllcs at $10 t 28 T , 4 m U1 UNION TELEPHONE 1/1NE Irvlngton Township . . . _ „ ,.1.00 miles at $10 t 10 Prairie Township _ 4.26 miles all 10 43 ., . •..•„. 6.25 miles at $10 $ 63 ' • VALLEY TELEPHONE COMRANY German Township _„ ...8.00 miles at $8 •$ 64 Buffalo Township Const. .... . 1.76 miles at $8 14 9.76 miles at $8 $ 78 WESLEY FARMERS MUTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY Wesley Township ._ _ n.oo miles at $9 $ 99 12.00 miles at $9 $ 108 w i * WESLEY RURAL TELEPHONE COMPANY NO. 1 Wesley Township o.OO miles at $10 $ 60 WHITTEMORE RURAL TELEPHONE LINE 80 AND 98 I»?uff, Crcek Town8h 'P 9.00 miles at $9 $ 81 «,,ff,,i i^'W* FARMERS RURAL TELEPH^NE''^!^'^ * Wc/lev Town^h?n " J'S2 m !! 6S at * * 10 wee ey Township 4.00 miles at 7 28 Wesley Inc. .50 miles at 7 4 16.00 miles at $7 $ 42 „„,,. . „ . . ZWEIFKL TELEPHONE LINE Buffalo Township 2 50 miles at $10 t 25 w»i >p , , HEHRON "TELE'PHONE "LINE NO. 97 Hebron Township • . 3.13 miles at $7 $ 22 c -ii£? motion Board of Supervisors of Kossufh County adjourned to Octobei u, J"J1, BERTHA B. JOHNSON, unty Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 164 Notice Is hereby given to all persons whose names appear In the within schedule that there has been filed in the office of. the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate Included within Secondary Road District No 104, which schedule of proposed assessment Is as follows: Amt. of Sub-Division— Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of Owner Assessm' NE% NE% 11 96 28 40 Lewis B. Krantz . . $ 12 7 SW% NE% 11 96 28 40 Lewis E* Krantz 17 6 SE% NE& 11 96 28 40 Lewis E. Krantz 12 2 NW% SE& 11 96 28 40 Lewis E. Krantz 17 R PAGE THE pocket book angle TO YOUR FUEL PROBLEM Ray Miller Is publicity The following women 'in chairman. the nine school districts were elected: Mrs. Edna McDonald, Mrs. H. K. Lampe, Mrs. John Herbers, Mrs. Henry Lampe, Margaret Boyer, Mrs. Ray Welp, Mrs. William Vaske, Mrs. Harold Wilhelml and Mrs. Ray R. Lleurance. Last Dunce Next \V«'k— The last dance in the Legion Pavilion will be held Wednesday night and Tiny Toe Teasers will play These dances are sponsored by the Legion Post and are held evcr> Wednesday during the summer. At a meeting O f the Legion at the Brad ley hall last week Monday 30 ol the 39 members were present. The financial report of the post shows 9.00 miles at w , n, .KOSSUTH RURAL TELEPHONE LINE Wesley Township _ . 4.95 miles at Wesley Ind. Wesley II.ZIl.OO miles at 5.25 miles at LINE NO. 1 CRESCO TOWNSHIP AlRona Ind. Cresco __ 1.00 miles at Cresco Township IIIIZ2.CO miles at $0 $10 10 $10 $7 81 $ 63 14 3.00 miles at $7 ' „ . „ ,, LAKE ROAD TELEPHONE LINE Eagle Township 5.BO miles at *9 LINCOLN-HEBRON TELEPHONE COMPANY Hebron Township 15.00 mlles at $S LINE NO. 12 (DIv. of Riverside Tel. Lines No. 12 mid 28) Crcseo Township 4.00 miles at Irvlngton Township 112.00 miles at Irvlngton Township 6.00 miles at LINE NO. 12 Bancroft Ind. Greenwood _ ... _ _ 1.02 miles at MAYNE RURAL TELE PHONE* COMPANY Grant Township .7.00 miles at I.edyard Ind. Ledyard _ .50 miles at hertyim] Ind. Springfield 7.00 miles at Springfield Township 3.50 miles at 18.00 miles at! MAPLE GROVE LINE NO. Stl Whlttemore Township 1.50 miles nt Whlttemore Incorp.- I.~ .50 miles at $12 12 $12 $12 21 50 120 48 24 SW& SE% SE% NE'i NW% NW% more than $2'500 in Officers were elected the treasury. and A. W. Kennedy is post commander, and L. J. Rockier will again take care of the cinnces. They returned to Mrs. Poirot Is an Jerry Trunk Buried Here— • Jerry Trask, who died at Wilmer, Minn. Friday, was brought here Monday morning and buried that afternoon In the Greenwood Cemetery. Services were held at 2:45 at the Baptist church. The Trasks lived here for years and about three years ago they moved to Wilmer to live 2.00 miles at MEYER LINE NO. 92 Whlttemoi-e Township _ 2.00 miles at Whlttemore Ind. , 1.00 miles aU 3.W) miles at NELSON TELEPHONE LINE Buffalo Cons. _ 1.50 miles at NORTH CRESCO TELEPHONE LINE NO. F Alsona Ind. Cresco ._ 1.00 mile at. Whlttemore Township .75 miles at Cresco Township _: 6.50 miles at $13 13 $13 $11 $n 9 $ 144 .$ S 2 $ 10 $ 26 13 NW'A 11 90 28 11 96 28 11 90 28 11 96 28 11 96 28 11 96 28 11 96 28 11 96 28 NORTH SPRINGFIELD RURAL 8.25 miles at $9 TELEPHONE COMPANY with their son Earl. Mrs. Chris Anderson, of Bancroft, is a daughter. Entertain Ifi at Bridge Party- Mr, and Mrs. J. K. Hellnsky entertained at four tables of '50b at their home Saturday "evening. High 'scores were won by Mrs. H. B. Menke, and Otto Vaske, and seconds by Mrs. Vaske and Joe Cogley. JMr. Hellnsky is employed at Hutton & Jenks printing shop. Mrs. Bet-kner's Mother Ill- Mrs. Blanche Beckner and daugh- Hehron Township _ .50 miles at Springfield Township 6.50 miles at 7.00 miles at NORTHWESTERN TELEPHONE COMPANY Buffalo Township Consl. ..1.50 miles at German Township . 16.75 miles at Ramsey Township ^ .50 miles at $9 9 $9 $9 9 1S.75 miles at $9 NORTHWESTERN PLUM CREEK TELEPHONE LINE NO. 22 59 64 14 151 4 $ 109 SW.% SW% 11 11 11 96 90 96 28 28 28 11 96 28 14 96 28" 14 96 28 14 96 28 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Algona Ind. Plum Crofck • 1.83 miles at $8 Plum Creek Township 4.00 miles at 8 5.33 miles at IS XO. 82 TELEPHONE I/OTE Whlttemore Township 2.00 miles at $!) OHTHEL TOWJfSHIP RURAL TELEPHONE COMPANY Wesley Township ' __' ' . 3.50 miles at $7.50 ~"0" TELEPHONE LINE NO. 15 Irvington Township U.OO miles at J $ 43 NWi/4 14 96 28 40 SW»4 SW%. $9 PLEASANT YALLEY TELEPHONE LINE Hebron Township . 14.00 miles at $8 PLUM CREEK RURAL TELEPHONE LINE NO. 5 Irvlngton Township •___ .50 miles at Plum Creek Township 5.50 mlles at $10 10 1C 26 126 112 5 55 ter Grace were called to City. Saturday by illness 'avanaugh, Whlttemorfc ittended a meeting of rom /' twelve counties in of the state In Algona uesday. The Iowa phar. [association IB one ot the organizations in the [Mrs. Martin Meyer and [Mrs. Walter Struecker »y at the John Wrmont, and the Lou ne at Wilbur, Minn, an aunt Strueckei:. of Mrs. ' Mrs. o. J. Kiooek return- ay from Marshalltown ! attended an annual ses- Iowa buttermaker's as(The convention closed, Evening w ith a banquet. ew, of Graettiiiger, came attend the play given *my by former' claw 1 Drews moved to Graet- jpnth or so ago. ' t 3. E. Walker and : Sunday" at the pel- home at Dele van, *rt is a son of Mr. and ? Walker. "'/ J. E. Cavanaugh, spent last week-end at Webster of Mrs. Beckner's mother, who suffered a stroke. Mrs. Beckner is manager of the local telephone office. Fingers Caught in Buzz Saw- Nick Sandt caught his hand in a buzz saw and four of the fingers were Injured. It was necessary to put four stitches in one of the fingers. Florence McGIlligan was 111 Friday and unable to attend to her duties at the dry goods department at Kennedy's. Other Bancroft N«ws. Mrs, Herman Erlckson and daughter Florence, .of St. Benedict, spent Thursday 2 hej-e with 'their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Shea. The Erieksons lived here for 02 years and a few months ago they moved to St. Benedict, where Mr. Erickson is a blacksmith. Georgia Carmean spent the weekend with her brother Evans, in Des Molnes. Evans Is attending the De» 6.00 miles at »10 PLUM CREEK RURAL TELEPHONE LINE NO. 4 AND 84 Union Township 1.00 miles at $7.00 Plum Creek Township 10.50 miles at 7.60 11.50 miles at (7.50 PORTLAND TOWNSHIP TELEPHONE COMPANY Buffalo Township District No. 9 : 3.50-mlles at tlO PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP RURAL TELEPHONE LINE NO. if Prairie Township . 10.60 miles at »U PROGRESSIVE TELEPHONE LINE Wesley Ind. Wesley 1.00 miles at $8 RIVERSIDE RURAL TELEPHONE COMPANY Seneca Township Cons, 4.00 miles at $9 8wea Township - —3.00 miles at 9 7.00 miles at »9 RURAL INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE LINE Hebron Township l-"6 miles at »8 RURAL LINE NO. «I" „ Algona Ind. Cresco „ ,—2.00 miles at »7 Rlverdale Township 2'!5 m i eBa i I Cresco Township - —S.OO miles at 7 9.00 miles at , 17 RURAL TELEPHONE LINE NO, 89 60 78 SW%',SE% 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 14 96 28 SE% SW% SW% 15 15 15 15 15 15 Irvington Township . m es at Prairie Township ..'.".I". —-—— .60 mljes at 8 " Hi&O miles at' / $8 RURAL TELEPHONE LINE o NO. W ' Prairie Township 3-fO m es at • » Wesley Township , 5.BO raUea at 9 Wesley Incorp. - __JiO miles at 9 9.60 miles at »9 SENNE TELEPHONE J<INE_, i ^ SW% SW% ex. Sch. 15 15 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 '• 23 23 23 23 NW% NEK SW% NW% 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 .48 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 39 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 NEK ex. Sch. 23 96 28 40 40 40 Receiver of - County Savings Bank Receiver of County Savings Bank Receiver of County Savings Bank Ole and Harvey E. Johnson and Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa Ole and Harvey E. Johnson and Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa Ole and Harvey E. Johnson and Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa Ole and Harvey E. Johnson and Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa Ole and Harvey E. Johnson and Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa Emil Weise Emll Weise Nora S. and Elizabeth E. Kain Nora S. and Elizabeth E. Kaln Nora S. and Elizabeth E. Kain Nora S. and Elizabeth E. Kain Nora S. and Elizabeth E. Kain — Nora 'S. and Elizabeth E. Kain John Kaln John Kain __ John Kain John Kain John Kain Frank Bestenlehner Frank Bestenlehner — . Frank Bestenlehner — Frank Bestenlehner — Frank Bestenlehner, — Leonard R. and Martha M. Drager Leonard R. and Martha M. Drager J. A. McDonald J. A. McDonald J. A. McDonald J. A. McDonald Chas. B. Albright Chos. B. Albright Chas. B. Albright __"__ Chas. B. Albright John Cruikshank John Cruikshank John Cruikshank John Cruikshank John Kain John Kaln — John Kaln John Kaln —_ Louise Young Louise'Young Louise Young Louise Young Leonard R. and Martha M. Drager —— Leonard R. and Martha M. Drager Frances E. Bensohoter Frances Ey Bepschoter 17.69 12.25 11.94 17.24 12.74 12.25 17.69 There is no use denying the fact that you are going to give your fuel problem more thought and attention this year than ever before. '-•'• • To do so is to SAVE MONEY while enjoying a comfortable honie with less work and worry during winter months. . , ; , The pocketbook angle to your fuel problem is always important, and BOTSFORD'S FUEL. SERVICE gives it first consideration by— (1) Providing you with the best and most economical fuel that money can buy—BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL. (2) Showing you how to operate your heating equipment in order to get the most heat from your coal. (Ask for our simple direction card.) (3) Helping you to SAVE THE HEAT by the use of attic insulation, storm doors and windows to keep the heat from escaping. Save the strain on your pocketbook by taking advantage of BOTSFORD'S HEATING SERVICE. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Manager PHONE 256 Algona, Iowa 17.24 17.69 12.25 12.25 17.69 17.34 12.00 12.00 17.34 12.71 8.00 16.18 11.26 16.18 12.00 17.46 17.46 12.00 12.0$ 11.26 8.32 7.84 8.15 16.55 16.99 9.78 10.60 16.11 16.55 16.99 16.55 12.23 11.76 16.56 .16.99 11.76 12.23 16.99 16.55 12.23 11.76 8.65 12.84 9.75 6.10 •Buffalo Consl. Dist. Plum Creek Twp. SEXTON TELEPHONE LINE NO. 1 at $7 Mr. [Cavanaugh home. • E. are C. L, ents. s. Prank Button and Martin Sutton, of brothers of Mrs. l#9 1 Sunday guests of the Bierstedt, • suffered ' School of Pharmacy and this to hte first year. Miss Carmean teaches the 7th and 8th grades at the public school. G .8. Underkofler Is assisting at the Carmean drug store, Francis Lonergan, who was employed there the past few years, Is attending the Des Molnes School of Pharmacy at Des Molnes. Mrs. Pat Mulligan was called tQ Waterloo Saturday on account of the illness of her brother. A. W West. The Mulligans live the third farm south of Bancroft on the hign. 10 6,50 miles at HO SHERMAN RURAL TELEPHONE LINE NO. 17 Irvlngton Township --»•«» £ e» at W Sherman Township ..6.00 mlles at 1 42 40 northwest of a dislocated last week when she • at home. ||*er, daughter p? is spending the thto cousin at Jfenry Bend, bj " tleman - * Fenton, pen O f an operattpn. yri* the Dr. j, w ,|^ c , Ihton Mayer returned to his home at Waterloo Saturday after a few days visit here. Mr. Mayer is a partner In the firm of Mayer & Guide, Implement dealers here. Hilder Nelson came from Sanborn Friday and spent the week-end with her paints, the James Nelsons She £ T principal of the hi?h school % is building on fais qu» of the Henry corn Alsona Ind. cresco 16.00 miles at SOUTH CRESCO TELEPHONE COMPANY t» n pfi _. _..___1«WI m-**-" *r* at t Go f 63 42 Township • ,™, tiarfield Township . '•fS uivaWlnlA TownshfD —_—__—-.—™™^***^* KlVerUaio xuw**fft**H -. Whittemore Township 10 10 10 10 23.00 miles at HO SOUTH SPRINGFIEILD RURAL TELEPHONE COMPANY SOU in or»i« «•«•»•»"' •»••-• IflOmliesat ' ' NW% NEU 23 96 28 SW% NEK ; 23 96 28 SE%. NE% .:-•••.. '28- .9.6;. 28 .., ^-,, 5 .„..,. .... ; You lind each of you whose names appearVin'the within' schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before^the Board of Supervisors at their office In Algona, Iowa, on the 29th day of October, 1931, at 1:30 o'clock p. m, At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to.said report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. 'All assessments may be paid in full without Interest If paid within-20 days from date <Uu>e0Nnent te confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 6th day of October, 1931. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. The "Dependon" Store was well pleased wi^h the results of last week's advertising, and this week and next week we are giving everybody another and better chance to get a bigger variety of groceries at low and less than regular prices. Here are some: • . .«*t»*| 4 Ib. package Richelieu Pancake Flour —_—___25c 3 1-2 Ibs. Iowa Maid Pancake Flour _; .-SSc 5 Ibs. Navy Beans •--, —25o 4 Ibs. fancy Rice . '. —————~- 25 ° , 1 Ib. very good Japan Tea ____' _ -.-48e 3 Ibs. Premium Lard, Swift's open kettle 4)Of»' rendered " QPU, 3 Ibs. Halligan's Coffee — Haico, Min- £f Af| dora, or Golden Fancy ^ 1 1 »VV Our own well known pure cider vinegar, not cheap apple vinegar — — ——•-—»e Fancy Sliced Beef, 2 1-2 oz. glass ,___-_.._10« ( j Kirk's Cocoa Hardwater Castile Soap, 6 bars for Sf« Don't forget our Richelieu PURE SAP MAPLE Syrup—or maple and cane—and our pure (Minnesota made) Sorghum. > »i«*4fliJi Everything good to eat, new and fresh at Akre's Grocery Phones 290 and 291 113 S. Dodge Street FOUR CITY FREE DELIVERIES— 8:30 and 10:00 o'clock a. m.; 2 and 4 o'clock p. m. 5.60 miles at *8 Whlttemore Whlttemore at Sanborn. Erma GilberUion „„„„,» and Margaret V n spent Sunday at Armstrong with friends. Miss ^ilbertson is toll operator at the local telephone of- 9.00 miles at SOUTH BDBAL WNE NQ-J7 Whlttemore Township — —"S miiM at Whittemorl Ind. Whltteraore " CT milw ** 3.S3 miles at 111 Whittemore •Lotts Creek -, . . Whlttemore Township ^^I'h^^^- 0 ™^--^"^ • * miles at 9 SWEA CIT¥ AND SENECA TI rnshlp Cons. For Service SPEC1AJL Dry Cleaning Prices SuiU, cleaned and pressed —50c Presses, wool, plain, cleaned & pres* «ed - - - 75c W »• ^9? •»•••»*.•»•— — fW — — — ^--T^-^, Silk Dresses, plain, cleaned and pressed ,_.,,— - $1.00 When you want dry cleaning of any kind send it to a home dry cleaner and be sure of j- w * '-Jucj the year 'roiMid| H^rfS

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