Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1931 · Page 9
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Wilbur J. Pnyno, Editor. these gfowth'y KOSSUm CQIJNTV ADVANCE, ALGQNA, IOWA PAGE N1N» CHINA BOARS breeding prices. [wiles FOB SALE treaty. to *2S If. M. Steussy and Harvey George are corn pickers at the John Schulta farm east of trvlngton this full. Lloyd Steven was picking some good corn east . of Irvington last Week, but did not estimate how it was going. We noticed that Leonard Arndor- ffir's corn was all ot the white variety so fur as ,he had husked into tho second crib on his Ciirm east-of Irvington. November 3 we noticed a chicken pox sign on the F. .H. OronbacV door west of Lu Verne. Tho three children had only n. light case, so We understand. , south of Irvington, i has 175 acres In corn this year, lie was moving tho elevator to a new location when we called, and said | tho crop was fairly satisfactory. Douglass Rlley has been hauling | potatoes from Holandalc. • He buys them at G~> cents a hundred pounds I there, charges only 25 cents a him drea for handling and cartage and ho private road graded right across the swamp tho farm has a good road to town. Doubtless In time this will be all graveled Into Algona. The old road, which formerly wound north- cast around tho worst of the slough, mired easily ,l n w et. weather and detracted greatly from the value or the farm. The new road is a great improvement. We, were telling Frank Capeslus, oast of Algona, about tho 14 cents rise in corn price over the past IOWA sells at 90 cents. BOARS ,Tvpe spring, fall, and 'J boars. The best lot er raised. Priced low flPOSD & SONS Algona Hard wood, cut to 16 Inch length, :rr" | Is now sold at $5 a triple box. The wood Is clean, and gives a snap and crackle to a room [ire that is cheerful these days. Ask us for mimes of half a dozen farmers who have month, but it did not sei-m to cheer him up. Me said, "Yos, and 1 havi' to buy corn to finish feeding my stock out." Ho put 12 of Ills nT; acres of corn in the silo, hogged down ton ncres moro, and had only 33 acres to husk. Prank would not tell how many hogs he still tins to food, but wild he sold the first butch already, Mr. Ciipesius is one of thu hard headed stockmen and feeders, and riiiilnliilnH one of the fine homen of the county. A son and daughter attend high school at tho Algonu academy. A daughter also Is i,. gruda school there. The Torn Colemans, who have farmed near Irvington for six years, will move next March t. 0 tin; Devlne farm south of Irvington on the Lu Verne mail route where the Hofert family now operates. Gerald Coleman, one of tho sons, was to finish 1.60 acres plowing on the now holdings last week. The new farm has 420 acres, Instead of the 540 acres which the Colemans have been oper- SUNDAY GUESTS ARE ENTERTAINED AT SENECA HOMES Seneca, Nov. '10—Guests at Wm. Osliorn's Sundny were Mrs. Frank Stcphenson, of Topoka, Kan., Gen. l.otcher, ot Alexandria, S. D., Mr. uml Mrs. Wilbur Richmond and daughter, of "Armstrong, ' Mr! and Mrs. Roy Osborn nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles osborn and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and son. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilbcrg and boys were Sunday guests at John Johanmison's near Bancroft, and Sunday evening visitors at Free Brown's borne. Sunday guests at the' Martin Thompson home were Mr, :tnd Mrs Reuben Larson and son, oC Ring sted, Mr. and Mrs. George Chnrlsoi nnd son, of Cylinder, the Hans \Vil berg Sr. • family, Mrs. Jennie Jen merit, next weW%uead^y v 'e'vertln'gv lupp^r wllL.be,' served by the Aid .t 25 cents/ The bazaar wlll.fol- ow the supper. . Irs. Mary Lynch Is Demi— Alma Madison, registered nurse Lone Rock, helped care for Mrs. Vlary Lynch from Friday till Mrs. lynch died Sunday afternoon. ncn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Linu .tension and Mrs. Anna Osborn an family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entei talned Sunday Mr. Looft's gram mother, Mrs. Schutter, and h mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft, of Wesley. Other Seneca News. Friday afternoon of last week several neighbor women spent the at' ternoon with Mrs. Hans Wllberg Sr. Present were Meadames H. N. Wllberg and son, John Andreason and son, Reuben Larson and son, and Qeo. Jensen and children, all of Ringsted, and the Mesdames Jennie Jenson, MHlert Jensen, Jens Halvorson, Anna Osborn and daughter Pauline, Otto Wilberg and daughters, Linus Jensen and Myrtle Thompson. The Ralph Campbell family and the C. C. Cooper family spent Sunday afternoon at Paul Cornelius's, near Depew, getting acquainted with the new twin babies, a boy, 7% Ibs,, and a girl, 7 Ibs. This makes a fine family of seven children. The Cornelius family formerly lived northwest of Seneca. The Chollite brothers, Russell and Irvin, of Hlncley, picking corn for Minn., Martin finished Wllberg Saturday afternoon, and went to Fall-view to begin on another husking job. These boys have husked corn at the Wllbergs for three or four years. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sharp and son returned last week from a week's visit at the Glen Sharp home In Lone Rock. While there th« baby was sick, but Is recovered, Juniors will give their class piair next week Thursday and BYldaar ; evenings at the Seneca school. Hi* play cast will be given next week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and son visited Saturday and Sunday at the parental J. B. Hanson home in 1 Fenton. Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swi* City, spent last week with Mrs. Jen* nie Jenson and Mrs. Anna Osborn. WANT-ADS BIMNG RESULTS. Fruit Vegetables Meats Groceries "A Better Food Store" Specials £or Thursday, Friday, Saturday Do you want Christmas spending money? Your savings on groceries bought at the Basket Grocery will assure you a good margin for this purpose. Kansas Residents In Visit— Mrs. Frank Stephenson, wood to sell. The W. O. Dunlops, west of St. Benedict, had half of their i;o acres 9tf I Busked Friday. Mrs. Dunlop likes to husk, and takes some time at the job every fall. She can husk 50 bushels a day cosily without too much hurrying. ; We noticed a truck' loaded with onions, cabbage and potatoes selling to farmers east of Irvington last I week. One farmer's wife said, "The ] worms g'ot my cabbage, so I am because her sisters, Mrs. George JOB SALE Lot, SPOTTED POLAND CHINA UOAB8 ,ts of 18 spring and three j fall boors. ' boarg W ere sired by the first I buying." Others bought tinner ot t he Kossuth county j the price was so cheap. atlng. There are five boys at i pekri| Ktm>i wllo ha8 becn home ami a daughter is married and keeping house for herself. Theo. Harr, who formerly operated 233 acres of the farm now operated by the Colemans, will move back and again have the same acreage, and occupy the old home. Carl Humphrey, south of the fair grounds, has an adv. in today's paper offering Duroc Jersey boars. He has some very good looking long Prlce, 820 and »25 ERT S. GEEBBES les south and 1V6 miles ehst LAKOTA , i" ** of To- vlslting | Letcher bodied boars, and the sows of evi- parted for gouth and Mrs. Verne Clouse, of Alexan- 11 drla, S. D., spent a tew days last 1 , week with her other sister, Mrs. Wm. Osborn, of Seneca, while George Letcher drove to Buffalo Center to see his brother, John Letcher. Mr. Letcher returned Saturday afternoon and visited at the Osborn home till Monday morning, when he and Mrs. Stephenson de- FOB SALE HID CHINA BOARS reh and April farrow, of the modern and big-type' blood- Also some extra good fall U. Immuned and guaran- (prlced according to times. miles southwest of Lakota or \ miles northeast of Bancroft. [WINTER LAKOTA (RSALE > good fall nnd 27 spring PUREBRED iroc Jersey Boars land April farrow. This of- lls of the best I ever raised, I [and are priced according to fnes. ' , '•.-..' : [ CHOLERA IMMUNE IN TAYLOR ESTATE |lt. J. T. 1VAITE, Admr. Telephone 80 FEVfOX, IOWA 8-9 Wayne Wickwlre, 16, of Irvington townsjiip has five shepherd puppies that he is proud of. The mother of the puppies is a good cow dog, and the puppies appear thrifty. Wayne is a son of Mr. and Mrs. T .E. Wickwlre, who formerly farmed by the Fisher bridge at Irvington, where the Summers family now operates. * Elmor Jasperson, who'la going to quit farming and move to California, Is advertising a clean up sale of his personal property for November 24. The offering includes eight horses and mules, 28 cattle, and 45 head of good hogs, and an excellent line of farm machinery. His farm is a mile and a half north and a half mile west of Lone Rock. Edward Mawds'.ey now employs Earl Crouch and Gordon Jorgensen. Mrs. Crouch, who is Mr. Mawdsley's sister, serves as housekeeper. Last she painted up the kitchen, and Mrs. Jorgensen, who occupies the tenent house, came in and papered it. Other Improvements included laying of a. flagstone walk, and digging out more basement which was also tiled up. The .Roy Lees now live in the louse near the tourist park where he Everett Lees lived for a number of years, and have a splendid healthy baby daughter, born September LS. Mrs. Lee was Mary - Cooper, one of the leaders of the younger set dent quality are still on the farm where a buyer can see them. The young boars, "run on pasture, had attained a weight of 200 pounds at seven months. They were sired by Fireworks, widely known boar. Mr. Humphrey moved to the farm he now occupies from Gilmore City si'x years ago, buying some ten acres. Later he bought enough more land aJong the river to make 40 acres, getting the extra land from the Wellendorf's. He has recently extended the size of his barn to a length of 52 feet, and has 14 stanchions in it. The mow has 15 tons of alfalfa, taken from five acres in three cuttings. Some of the hog feed comes from garbage collected In Algona. Farmers desiring a good Duroc boar should call at the Humphrey farm just below fair grounds hill, and look over what is offered. Mrs. George Godfrey, east of town, has now used her No. 2 size electric refrigerator long enough to make a good test of it, and says she finds it a practical help on a farm A lamb or veal can be kept in the refrigerator from time of killing til used up. Mrs. Godfrey says she has canned no meat since buying the Swea City Woman Is Honored— Mrs., Jennie J'pnsen entertained in honor of Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swea City, last week .Tuesday at' ternoon. Present were Mesdames H. N. Wilberg and son, George Jensen and children, John Andreason and son, Reuben Larson and son, ali- of Ringsted, and the Mesdames -lans AVilberg Sr., and daughter Mlnda, Millen Jensen, Jens Halvorson, Anna Osborn and daughter Pauline and Myrtle Thompson. of Seneca Consolidated school be!ore her marriage. Mr. Lee is a state highway patrolman. The Everett Lees have moved to north part Pheasant Hunters at Jensens— Mr. and' Mrs. J. H. Jensen entertained several prominent business men from Des Moines and Panora during the pheasant season. They were Carl Nidy, branch manager of the Anchor Serum Co., and his brother Virgil, of St. Joseph, Mo., who was. visiting in Des Moines; Al Bopp, Jack Nutt, and H. S. Bow< man, all of Des Moines, and John Burchfield and Wade Spurgeon, of Panora. OXYDOL Large package each 18c SALTED PEANUTS Fresh stock pound lOc CHERRIES Chocolate covered 1 pound box 25c OATS Large package Banner 15c ONIONS Small but nice 9 Ibs. 25c MINTS "Pure Cane Sugar" 5 rolls lOc BOLOGNA lOc Ib. CREAM CHEESE Fancy Longhorn per pound 18c POP CORN Guaranteed to pop shelled 4 LBS. 25c RIPE OLIVES Yacht Club So-called pint 15c BROWN SUGAR 4 Ibs. 25c APRICOTS No. 10 47c Monarch PEANUT BUTTER Large size glass 25c FRANKFURTERS 2 Ibs. 23c SANI-FLUSH per can ISc PUMPKIN Monarch 2 large cans 25c APRICOTS Dry, choice 2 Ibs. 29c FLOUR 49 Ibs. Gold Medal "Kitchen tested" $1.29 PEACHES No. 10 47c Monarch MARSHMALLOWS In a useful lunch box 39c BEEF ROASTS 15c Ib. MONARCH COCOA 1 Ib. finest packed one can limit 18c KRAUT Monarch 2 large cans 25c PRUNES 4 Ibs. Good size 29c CANDY BARS 5 bars lOc PINEAPPLE Broken sliced : large cans 15c CRANBERRIES Eatmore 2 Ibs. 29c HAMS 16%c Ib. Aid to Meet Xcxt Thursday— The Lutheran Aid was well at- of town. Helen Margaret is the name of ISTUDER'S KK FARM I. at this time Shorthorn bulls, [for service, Duroo Jersey fall pring boars and Poland China f boars. These boars are the the new baby at the Frank Bentele home since June 30. She Is a good natured, fat, and happy young lady who smiled and flirted with your correspondent continually during a short visit. The Bentele family now consists of three children. The other two are Paul, G, ami Harold, 3. Mrs. Bentele was Sophia Kuts- ehara before marriage . The Ben- teles farm north o£ St. Benedict. L, H. Robinson, east of Algona, was driving a tractor attached to a corn picker and wagon when we came along at HMD last Friday. He then had only five .short rows to fin- r» type, heavy bone, Jots P and eu.sy feeding kind. of 'Pshire rams, t-olds. yearlings, and |te Leghorn and White Rock , the big large strain. ish husking on little later we saw the tractor pull-1 si ing tho outfit up toward the dad | rows when machine. Mr. Godfrey last Frida> was at Madison, Wis., attending a buttermaker's convention; Saturday he was due at Ames to attend a grain dealer's convention, and was to be at Des Moines this week at a teacher's convention. Mrs. Godfrey said she was almost like the gol£ widows we hear of. Mrs. Godfrey is interested in seeing more good reading in farm homes. She-; pointed out that more children from the farms now attend high school, and should have a good ciuality of reading to keep up on what they have learned. Irvington township now sends 25 to 30 boys and girls to Algona high school, where 24 attended last year. The charge to the township for this education is $1108 each in tuition. AVe happened along last-week just as Rome Robison, northeast of Irvington, was picking show ears to ba sent to the corn competition at Chicago. Rome had 30 bushels 01! his best, corn piled in the loft of one of his barns, and from this he had hand selected 5UO ears. Out of the 500 he selected three rows of ten ears each, and was about to tended at the church basement last Thursday. Mrs. Otto Wilberg entertained. Next week Thursday Mrs. Anna Osborn will entertain, and has invited those who wish to attend. Lutheran llaznar Next 'Week— The annual Lutheran Aid bazaar will be held in the local church base- Savings It will certainly pay the thrifty housewife to visit the BASKET GROCERY Foods are way down in price, and we follow the markets. Service Courtesy Cleanliness We reserve the right to limit quantities. Cash Paid for Eggs. "This is the Year You Must Get More Value For Your Dollar!" Drive your automobile into our /'department store" of standardized service, where you can get everything your car requires—tires, tubes, batteries, brake lining and accessories—gas, oil and lubrication- der one roof; don't waste time and money driving around to a number of specialty shops. -all un- and mother C. C. Robinson .home. They are planning a trip to Kansas and Oklahoma for the winter as soon as their corn and hog:) are market- The Kenne estate house occupied with the times, [or write Visit the Jn G. Studeir "arm one mile south and mile east of "Wesley, by the Frank Shipleys, west of Lu Verne, which was burned October 11). is being rebuilt with George MiHer, 'of Alsona, overseeing the .job. The work is being done in part by the Kpnno brothers. The new house U 24x36 and will be a better home than the one that burned. Meantime tho Shipley family Is Hvms at In,- ington. Frank sleeps at the faun much of the time. The Shipleys will occupy the farm again next y«ar. Pauline Black, who now teaches the Irvington school, announces a pie social and program t™" 0 ^ ber 19. Women are to bring pies. e understand that joe-cream- \\ill the W e came up the loft to help him pick the best ones. However, he did not agree with our selection. We carried off one of his cars, and showed it to several good farmers such as John Schultz, Sebastian Kramer, Sim Leigh, Mike Lenners, and others. Mr. Kramer called the show good seed ear. Mr. Robison, On!y ear a •ST1C1 W GEA ITER township bunch, who certainly-can put on a program world going to ' Se sanford & Llndebak, elevator men and Sn buyers at Lu Verne, ported that they were *kt us pack yow genre with mite Wintor Lubricant poed buying at least the usual amount of grain this fall notwithstanding the fow Prices, Probably the Increased however, has a reputation in tho professional showing class at nil the big corn shows and is superintendent of Kossuth fair corn show, so accordingly the men admit he. knows corn. The Robison corn that will go to Chicago is ten ears of yellow. Ears are small, heavy in weight, uniform with, each other, and filled to the end on both butt and point. We will be glad to see him bring home the first prize again frqm International this year. 1892 SETTLER AT FENTON PASSES Fenton, Nov. 10-Funeral services were held last week Wednesday for Henry Elmers at the St. John's Lutheran church. Mr.. Elmers died suddenly a week aso Sunday night. He had been afflicted with a nervous sickness for many years and had to be assisted in many _wa.ys. He died suddenly while Mrs. Biners ,ww preparing his bed for him to NEEDS ATTENTION C Before Colder Weather Save money by getting this The f? It is so [Jke advantage pf heard tamers is Service Co, C * -> if •«»* __ farming a few acres mm aytflften.t heusefro 13 ' kriirtensen, wttb *** ism, of Algon*. baa tokiy durable- as ' Elmers was oldest of three children. He was born in Hanover, co; 24, 1892. H west of Fenton. „ till ten years agro, when the the Tlast decade, has been m e , Sven the best of pare an* consider eons, S trucker, pf near EVERY FIFTH CAR NEEDS BATTERY SERVICE • is your's the fifth car? We will gladly test your battery and suggest changes that will give you perfect starting and ignition in coldest .weather. Look over our line of Firestone full-sized batteries. Cold test batteries for the most stubborn motors. $5.95 up With Your Old Battery WE SERVICE ALL MAKES TESTING REPAIRING RECHARGING RENTALS FREE FLUSHING if you change now to Alemit^ gear lubricant for transrnissipn and differential. Battery and Lubrication $1.45 SPECIAL All for 1 Battery tested with hydrometer. 2 Approved water added if needed, 8 Top and terminals cleaned. 4 Terminals tightened and greased, 5 Cables checked and inspected. 6 Hold-down clamps tightened,7 Generator charging rate checked. and . 8 Complete Firestone Specialized Chassis Lubrication, Checked by-your car manufacturer's own specifications , . . using seven different special lubricants. Alemite~ing —consists of 1 Chassis: Genuine Alemite Chassis Lubricant (pure solidified oil without filler) is forced to the heart of every Chassis bear-, ing on your car ... withstands 3,000 Ibs, pressure, resists heat up to 200°.,. cold at 30° below zero. 2 Springs: Springs are sprayed with Ale- mite Graphite penetrating oil. Penetrates thoroughly... spreads thin- layer of graphite between leaves of springs , . . eliminates squeaks ... adds to the riding qualities of your car. ."More than an ordinary greasing" only $1,00 CAR WASHING Clean the chassis with 300-lb. pressure remove mud* and grease, sponging W warm water to remove dust' £4, f|(|, or dirt. Just .. w —„ , 4P I *WW •i FREEZE SOLUTION —• Use one of the three well known solutions in your car. r^dteto** l r rKbfc£E< »wijy * iw« tone Q f p. A, Radiator Glycerine, 180 Proof Alcohol—Thl8 is fa* rm' vmir car radiator e^ra charge. Service on your « radiator, estoa charge. "We Save You Money nnd Serve Y*w Belter,* -MAC* TIRE . 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