Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1932 · Page 6
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KOSBUTH BRIDGE PARTY IS HELD LAST WEEKATBURT • Burt, Fob. 16— Mrs. N. A. Whitehurst and Mrs. .las. Chrlstensen entertained at four tables of bridge at the Whltehurst home last Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. W. • T. Peters, Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, Mrs. W. J. Stewart, Beulah Larson, Mrs. .H. W. 'Trainer, Mrs. M. M, jChipman, Mrs. J. E. Thoreson, Mrs. C. Whalen, Mrs. Lillian Steler. Mrs. George Koestler and daughter Rae- m6nd, Mrs. R. H. Thompson, Mrs. Delbert Vogel, Mrs. Le Roy Boetteh- efV Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. N. I. Mor- ness, and Mrs. Earl Griffith, Algona. High score was won by Mrs. Peters, second high by Mrs. Griffith, the traveling prize by Mrs. J. E. Thoreson, and the consolation by Mrs. W. J. Stewart. WMlilngton Hi-centennial Observed .. The following program was given at thej.schoolhouse Monday' evening under the auspices of the Woman's club. Tho program, which celebrated, Washington's Birthday, ;. follows: Songs of Washington's- Time, Anna Overgaard; play, When Martha and George Returned, Elinor Elston. Barrel Riddle, Dorothy Brooke, Gardner Patterson; patriotic songs, audience; reading, How Washington Became Father of His Country, Roland Lavrenz; minuet, first and second grades; instrumental music; play, A Dish of Tea, members of club. Elmore Girl, Ledyard Youth, Wed at Lakota Lakota, Feb. 16—Otto R-lchter, of Ledyard, and Mary Ellen Adams, of Elinore, were married at the Methodist parsonage Friday afternoon at 5:30, the Rev. F. O. Johnson officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby, of Ledyard. Mrs. Engelby Is a ^sister of the bride, and a wedding dinner was served at their home. The young folks will make their home on a farm, and the bride, who teaches near Elmore, will continue to teach till the close of the school year. Farm Bureau Meets— The Ledyard F. B. held Us meet- Ing at Richard Zlelske's Friday with 30 present. After dinner the following program was given: Lincoln, by the Rev. F. O. Johnson; Selecting Curtain Material, Mrs. George Winter; report of state convention, Mrs. J. H. Warburton; Farm Bureau Benefits, Roland Smith; general discussion; Iowa Corn Song. The next will be a joint meeting of Ledyard and -Lincoln at the..Methodist church March 11. Giitknechts Meet Old Timers- Friends received word from the Gutknechts, visiting in California, that they met C. R. Smith at Long Beach and he accompanied them on a trip to Catalina Island. They left Friday for Albany, Ore., to visit the Frank Pierces, first settlers In this vicinity, coming here in 1868. From there they plan , a return trip to TT. D. Kearns Blrtlnliij- Observed— Last week 'Monday was W. D. Kearns' 73rd birthday, and in his honor a surprise supper was given at which were present the Wilbur Kearns family, Ring-sted, the William Garmans, Wesley, and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill. besides the E. E. Kearns family. Mr. -Kearns received birthday telegrams from children in New York and Chicago. Sul>-nislrlrf Mnslr Festival— A good-sized audience attended an Algona sub-district music festival at the local Methodist church last week Wednesday evening. A Burt quartette won first, and a Lu Verne chorus first. There was no competition on other numbers. Fanners Exchange Elects— The annual meeting of stockholders of the Farmers' Exchange held in the Beltonc theater Saturday afternoon. Ray McWhorter was elected director to succeed A. M. Gustafson. "dinner Sunday In honor of her grandson, Roland Smith Jr., ' who was 16 last week Tuesday, Mrs. R. E. Haraqulst and Mrs. Earl Grabau entertained a number of friends at bridge last week Tuesday evening. Ed Hulterstrum, of Baraboo, Wis., was a visitor at his brother-in-law, Gus Torlne's, Sunday. The Erman Haitsens spent last week visiting his brothers at Tl- tonka. Harry Mussnmn.ls sick with the flu, and has been In bed the last week. Miss Awe, school teacher, Is sick. SERVICES FOR WHITTEMORE WOMAN HELD Whlttemore, Feb. 16 — Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Meyer were held Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, the Rev. Wm. Faulstlch officiating. Elmer Bell, nephew, then accompanied the body via Mason City and Minneapolis to Sauk Center Minn., where burial was made Tuesday at Unity, Minn., where her late husband and five children are buried. Herman Meyer, . Herman Volght, Adella Bell.' and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwith left by auto Monday to attend the burial. Mrs. Meyer, whose maiden name , was Anna Katherin Ahneman, was the Y. M. C. A. in Mason City last| bol . n at Ej se ], Hanover, Germany, Ltvermore, Calif., where they spend some time with Fred knecht before, coming home. will Gut- At District F. B. Meet- Mrs. J. H. Warburton attended a district Farm Bureau meeting at Thursday. Charles Hearst, state president, Mrs. Ellsworth Richardson, state chairman of the women's work, Ollie Beeler. head of state or- ganizatlon, District Committeeman Myhr. and District Committeeman Sirs. Wynne Jacobs were among the speakers. Membership was the principal topic discussed. Lnkota Singers Win First— A number attended the Forest City group music contest at Buffalo Center Friday evening in which the Ledyard-Lakota Methodist choir took part. This choir won first place in C'la.is B. A male quartette, a solo and a junior choir were also was entered but had no competition and judges spoke highly of their work. Tone Lea.se was one of the judges. Has Valentino Party— The Epworth League enjoyed a Valentino party at the church parlors .Saturday evening-. A good- F. B. School is Held— The fourth training school for Ledyard and Lincoln townships was held at Gust Koppen's last week Tuesday with eight local leaders from Lincoln and nine from Led- sized crowd, including a number of! yard. The lesson on block printing visitors, attended. Monllor Gels >"ew lilnograpli— Editor J. G. Thaves and A. F. Carter went to Davenport Friday to take the Monitor's Linograph machine down and bring back another one. Mrs. Krfotlie's MoMior 111— P. F. Kriethe took Mrs. Kriethe to Owatonna, Minn., Friday., and she remained to help care for her mother, who is in a serious condition. May 4, 1SG2. She attended school In her home town, and in May, 1SS3, with her sister, Mrs. Charles Bell, came to the United States to join a brother, Henry Ahneman, at Bloomingdale, 111. Three years later she came to Wliittemore, and on April 10, 1SS7, was married here to Henry Lammers. Eight children, three of whom died in infancy, were born, and the other five died of diphtheria near Sauk Center, Minn. The family lived here till 1903, when they moved to Minnesota, and :in August, 1912, Mr. Lammers died. In October of the same year Mrs. Lammers returned to Whittemore, and on December 12, 1918, was married to Mr. Meyer, who died in 1922. Later Mrs. Meyer became afflicted with diabetes. 'She lingered till Friday, when she died at the age of nearly 70. Her sister, Mrs. Bell, is the only surviving near relative. if «. 11. Games Won; One Lost- Last week Tuesday evening the was interesting, and plans were made for the next lesson, which and « ie local . will be held with Mrs. J. E. Tel- camp in March. Boy Born to L. H. Scliencks— Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck are parents of a son born Saturday. The Sohenckfl have one other son and a daughter. Algona'Wrestlers Defeated—' The Algona wrestling team came to -Burl Friday evening and -was defeated by the Burt team, 19-1S. Creamery Gets New Churn— A new $400 churn has been Stalled in the Burt creamery. In- i Other Burt News. The C. J. Whitneys moved last week to the farm near Lone Rock recently vacated by the John \Veiss family. Tho farm the Whltneys loft will be occupied by Mike Arend, who recently -bought it from C. .1. BLs- gard, who now lives in Colorado. Mrs. IA Sheldon .spent Sunday at the home of her brother, Victor Lowe, in Algona. Mrs. M. 13. Polhemus and son Kdward wont down with her :tnd visited at the John Briggs home. Harold D. Smitli -has bought the house occupied by the- 11. J. Hous- ours from .lolin Murray. Harold and hLs father, \V. H. Smith, will occupy the hou.se. Mrs. Myrlji- Ringsdorf and sons J Clifford and Robert, Bancroft, and the Roy Ringsdorf family were Sunday guests at Wm. Ringsdorf's. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and baby came Sunday from Iowa Falls. Dorcas Class Has Party— The Dorcas class held its monthly party at A. Q. Smith's last week Wednesday evening with most of the members present. For the Study hour Mrs. R. B. Hamqutst gave an interesting account of Isaac, Jacob, his 12 sons, with special study of the life of Joseph. The book of Exodus will be the study for next meeting. hifeh school basketball teams played Lone Rock on the Lone Rock floor, i's won, 21-19, in an overtime period, the local girls also winning, 19-13. Behnke made ten points for Wliittemore; Heidenwith, 9; and Marlow starred. Lu Verne played here Friday evening and the Whlttemore girls won, 39-13, but the boys lost, 28-17. Unfounded Report Circulated— A report was current last week that Lloyd Roth had received orders move to the old August farm, and Mr. And Mrs. Schultz, of Albla, Henry's Schultt George nephew and niece, Will move, to the fartn on Henry recently Ihe pavdng which vacated. Frank Schattschnelder drove Baston, Minn., Saturday to get to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschnelder, who had been at Mrs. Ferdinand Helse'e home two weeks. Mrs. Helse recently lost her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Hess, of Guttenburg, arrived last week .Tuesday to visit the Peter J. Haags. The Houses were married last week Tuesday. Mrs. Hess is a sister of Mrs.'Hagg. Wrist Broken In Accident— As Mrs. L. J. Needham and son Morris were driving to Albert Lea Friday the car skidded on ice north of. Elmore and overturned in the ditch. Mrs. Needham suffered a broken wrist and both were bruised. The car was badly damaged and was hauled into Elmore for repairs. 23 f'omppte In Log-Ion Contest— Pete Bruer, one of the judges in the contest sponsored by the Legion, reports that 25 boys and girls competed with drawings of George Washington. Ben Sloter, ten years old, won first prize of $2, and Doris Ankeny, 1">. won second prize of $1. Both live at Buffalo Center. Daughter for the Ike Harms— A daughter, Vera May, was born to the Ike Harms last week Tuesday. The Manns now have two girls find five boys. Mr.\ Harms can not find a farm and will move to town in the near futiu-e. Mrs. McDonald remain at the O. P. McDonald home for a time. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heany were business visitors at Fort Dodge Friday. While there they new Oldsmobile car. purchased a To Ship Corn to S. 7).— Plans have been made to ship carload of corn from this community to De Pmet, S. D., this week. Art Schissel has charge of loading the car. Freight will be furnished by the railroad. from the war department to ready to leave on short notice be because of impending trouble in China, but such is not the case. Lloyd, who has a commission as second lieutenant in the reserve corps, merely received orders to file his permanent address with the proper authorities. Finger Is Almost Amputated — Henry Felder came near losing a finger on his left hand one day last week while he was unloading coal. It was caught somehow, the bone broken, and the finger almost severed from the hand. Deaf Girl Hud the Flu- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz recently received word that their daughter Laura, attending the state school for the deaf at Council Bluffs, had been sick with influenza, but had recovered. Other Wliittemore News. The Albert Meyers have moved from the August Schultz farm, east of town, to the C. E. Roupe farm in Lotts Creek. The Burris Mutter family, on the Koupe farm, moved to the Rodman neighborhood. Henry Schultz and his sister Clara will ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Plaintiff, vs. Amelia Heldenwlth, Irma D. Adams, County Savings Bank, of Algona, Iowa,' L. A. Andrew, . Superintendent of Banftlrtg of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Whlttemore State Bank, Whltte- more, Iowa, t>. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking, of the State of Iowa,' as Kecelvw'pof the Whlt- temore State Bank, Whlttemore, Iowa, Ervin J. Heidenwlth, Defendants. To: Amelia Heldenwlth, Irma D. Adams, County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa, It. A. Andrew, Superintendent of .Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa, Whlttemore State Bank, AVhitternore, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, -as Receiver of the Whlttemore State Bank, Whltte- more, Iowa, and Ervin J. Helden- wlth, defendants above named: You and each of you are 'hereby notified that there Is now on file, n the office df the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County, the petition of the plaintiff above named, demanding jersonal judgment against the de- lendant Amelia Heidenwllh, In the sum of $9,210.05, together with Interest on ?9,000.00 of said Bum at the rate of five per cent per annum from the 5th day of November, 1930, payable scmi-annually, and with interest on $208.05 thereof at the rate of per cent per aVinum from the 16th day of.. January, 1932, and with :nterest on $2.00 thereof at the rate of G per cent per annum from the 19th day of January, 1932, and for the costs of said action, including a reasonable attorney's fee for plaintiffs attorney, as provided by law, as justly due the plaintiff upon the certain promissory note in writing given by the defendant Amelia Hei- denwlth and one Charles Helden- with, now deceased, dated May 5th, 1922, for $9,000.00, originally due May 5th, I92T, with interest at <J per cent per annum, time of payment of which note was- extended by extension agreement signed by the defendant Amelia HeFdemvith on the 13th day of July, 1927, the said extension agreement fixing interest at anmrm, the 5th- day of May and of November In each year. You and each of you are further notified that $208.05 of ea-id 1 sum is claimed for and on account of taxes upon said premises advanced Ijy the plaintiff, and that ?2.00 of said sum Is- elafmedi for- and' on account of expense of continuation of abstract of title, preparatory to foreclosure. You and each of you are further notified that eal'd petition demands foreclosure of mortgage given by the defendant Amelia Heidenwlth and her husband' Charles Heidenwith, now deceased, securing payment of the aforesaid- debt, and covering the south half of the northeast quarter and the north forty acres of the southeast quarter- of section number- one, in township number ninety-six north, of range number thirty west, Kossuth County, Iowa. You and' each- of you are further notified that the whole sum secured by safd mortgage is declared' due by the plaintiff, by reason of default in the- payment of interest and installments of principal aforesaid, and you and each of you are furtftei notified that said petition alleges that p-Iai'ntfff's mortgage aforesaid Is paramount, superior and prior to the right, title, Hen, claim or Interest of any of the defendants in and to said real estate, and prays for decree foreclosing plaintiff's said mortgage, and 'that special execution Issue for the sale of said premises, or so much the whole mim together with interest, coats accruing eostt, attd that art aftd ter the date ot such safe that the right, title, lien or clafm of th6 defendants OP any of them in and 16 said real estate be forever barred and foreclosed, except .fof -such rights of redemption ae are especially provided by law, and that If no redemption be made* within the time and'in the manner provided by law, that a writ of possession issue to the Sheriff of Kosmith County, Iowa, commanding him to put such , ti6n, demands that UurSUant to the terms of the mortgage afofesald, a receiver be appointed to take -I>OB-> seseldtt of said premises and to coU lect the rents, Issue* and profits therefrom, and to apply the" same In accordance with the terms of said mortgage. > You and ea,ch of you are further notified that ho personal Judgment Is aeked against any of the defendants above named, except the de- terht thereof* and Will be held at the ddurt M<4Us« at Algona, Kosauth County, Jttrtya, on thft 28th day of March, 1»»S, default will be entered against you, and judgment and decree • rendered thereon, as prayed. ^^^ "' R. F. CLOtKJtt,/ 21-24 Attorney for the Plaintiff. Hill Public Sale '•'•'• i ( Owing to ill health and the farming of less ground I will sell the following property at public auction at the farm 3 miles west and 3 miles north of Lu Verne, 4 miles east and 8 miles south of Algona, on Friday, Feb. 26,1932 */ J • * SALE TO COMMENCE AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. Head of Horses 91 One bay horse 6 yrs. old, wt. 1800; black, bare 14 yrs. old, wt. 1600; black mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1600; black mare 8 yrs. old, wt; 1400; roan horse 6 yrs. old, wt. 1500; gray mare 15 yrs. old, wt. 1500; 3 coming S-yr.-old bay colts. at the Iowa, Under of March Z, 1879 W. B, Quarton . QUARTOS ft l*w Offices. Phon«*! Office 427, residence Sul Algona, Iowa. " J. t. BONAR 1 Attorney-at-Law Office 16wa State Bank Bide Office phone 460-W. Algona, lo' gtrLlITAW,'M*M*Ainffi * J.W, Sullivan S,B. L. B. Llfinan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 2(1; J. w, 3 sm 8. B. McM.. 408. AJgona,"l 0 ,J HABBINGTON ft tV'P. Harrington ^ r,. j. • •. Attorneya-at-Law Phones: Office, 28: T. P ll.l^l'l|.Jt l,III.'/! I. i. VAN NB88, O. W. Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone Zll-W. 0. D. Shumway E. D Koii. 8HITMWAT A KELLY '" Attorneya-at-Law Office, In Qulnby Block Phone 58 Algona, Ion I 1. A. WINKKL Atttorney-at-Law Office In Qutnby' Building Phone 180 115 Head of Cattle 151 the rate of 5 per cent p«r payable semi-annually, on S Seven cows, 3 of them giving milk now, 4 2-yr.-old heifers, and 4 yearling 55 5j heifers. . . * • as H TEN DUROC JERSEY BROOD SOWS FOR LATE APRIL FARROW . fj =5 A few White Wyandotte pullets and eight White Wyandotte cockerels. , S U _ : , , . —._—_ =j | Farm Machinery Etc. | S FARM MACHINERY, ETC.— New 8-ft. McCormick - Deering binder; 8-ft. = ss Deering binder; 36-ft. John Deere elevator with power and jack; 36-ft. O'Neil g£ 5j elevator with power and jack; 3 wagons, complete with triple boxes; hay racks; 55 == new John Deere 2-row cultivator; new John Deere single-row cultivator; McCorr §£ sj mick-Deering 5-ft. mower; Moline 5-ft. mower; 10-ft. McCormick-Deering dump g a rake; Dain hay stacker and buck; John Deere 999 corn planter with wire; Litch- 55 Si field manure spreader, 2 horse; Case 14-in. gang plow; 10-ft. McCormick-Deering SB as tandem disc; Osborn 10-ft. disc;. 4-section steel drag; Ford-Stover 8-in. feed 55 =5 grinder; Ford power plant; Sandwich hay loader; 1 Cushman 4 h. p. gas engine; 55 r 1 fanning mill; small hog house; grindstone; new No. 4 McCormick-De'ering 55 f cream separator; 180-egg Successful incubator; 3 sets breeching harness and col- 5s i; lars; bobsleds, etc. 55 »• ' ^^^ • : . ••• ' —-^~^~—-^^—^^— -^—— ' - •••• B, 11-^^^^^^^^^•KHMB^^•^ ^m^^m ^^^H, lm M^^« S^S S TERMS —Cash, or see your banker. 55 I C. E. SWANSON, Prop. I DOCTORS KENEFICK * KENJSFICK"" Physician* and Surgeons Office over Rexall £>rug Store -'• • Office phone 300 , M. J. Keneflck, M. 1 D., res. phone 571 J..N. Kenefick, M. D., res. phone 3211 C. H. CBET/METEIt Physician and Surgeon ..-,• Office in, John^Galbraith Block Phones: Of flee, "310; res. 444 Algona, ... ..... Io P. V. JANSE, M. I). Physician and Surgeon Office on South.Dodge Street i Phones: Office, .866; residence, 3I|I * Algona', Iowa ' ' WALTER FRASEH, M. I). Physician and Surgeon Office In Qulnby Bldg., Room 14, Phone No. 12 BIELVIN G. BOURNE ~ Physician and Surg-oon ' ; ' : Office in Poatoffice Block •Phones: Office, 197; residence, 2111 DR. W. D. ANDREWS . Osteopathlc Physician and Sin-genl Eye, Ear, Nose,-and Throat- X-ray , Office over Hub Recreation Parlor I Phones: Office, 187; residence, 6ill R. A. EVANS, M. 1). Obstretlcs and Electrotherapy viz: Diathermy and Ultra Violet Raj I Over Borchardt Drug Store [ Phones: Residence 312, office 306, | Algona, Iowa. = COL* C. 0. KIDDLE, Auctioneer. FAY NIVEB, Clerk. ^INNHIIIIIIIIII!llllllllllllllllllllllllll|lllllllllilllllllllllll!IIIIIIIM The U and I Circle will meet this Thursday afternoon at Mrs. J. P. j Stow's, with Mrs. J. H. Schroeder assisting hostess. The W. H. M. S. will meet Saturday afternoon at Mrs. C. B. Chipman's, with Mrs. F. L. Ryerson assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and Mrs. Fred Klngsdorfj visited their father, W. P. Giddings, at Wesley, last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding were Sunday guests at Elmer Kienitz's, near Lakota. Mrs. H. W. Manus and son George and Mrs. Mllian Sigler visited Sunday at Charles Morris's, in Lone Rock. The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten and Mr. and Mi;s. Lewis Larsen were guests last Thursday at Martin Lareen's. -. ' • A number from Burt attended the Methodist music festival at the Algona high -school Monday evening. . The Presbyterian Mite society wil hold '' a. birthday dinner in the churoh•-parlors, this Friday. Clara-Shaw recently received wore of the death of an uncle, the Rev Wm. 1 Sliiw, of Chicago. J. H. Grover, Burl's only Clvi war veteran, has been quite sick the past week. Ttoe 1 .Fortnightly club meets this Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Lane Riebhoff's. Vera Carter and a.friend, Df For . Dodge, visited Sunday at O. P. Me Donald's. - Mrt. N. Ar WM,tehttr,st .'went tc elKR, Minn. Friday to visit rel .tives. Other Lakota News. Mesclnmes A. Q. Smith, Gus Torine, .T. H. Warburton, R. R. Worley and Lorraine Smith drove to Mason City last Thursday, where they spent the day, except Mrs. Worley, who spent the rest of the week visiting her parents, the W. H. Baileys. Mrs. Worley drove down Sunday and brought her home. A covered' dish dinner at the Slethodist church Sunday attracted 5. The Rev. Mr. Howe, of Buffalo Center, gave Instructions for the isitatlon evangelism work that is icing carried on this week and next. The Rev and Mrs. Hotchkiss, of Crystal Lake, were also guests. Mrs. Walter Hans, northwest of :own, had an operation for appendicitis last week Tuesday, and Is recovering satisfactorily. Doctors Wiliams, Lakota, and Kenefick, Algona, performed the operation. Mrs. Otto Koppen was hostess to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday. Plans were made to serve cafeteria style meals to those attending the basketball tournamen here the last of this month. Clarence Axlund, youngest son o the Axlunds, former druggists here came last week to visit friends. He is on his 'way home from Chicago The Axlunds live in Prescott, Ariz. Lena Gutknecht came to.Wesley via train Friday and her brother Charles and Ed met her, and sh spent the week-end with her par ents, returning Sunday. The Woodman and Royal Neigh bors held a party at the hall las week Monday, evening, 60 ,-presen Cards and dancing furnished the en tertainment. The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson at tended a faculty play at ' Ledyar last Thursday, and the Rev. M Johnson sang in the male quartette Mrs. Prigge, public school teache went to her home In Missouri las week-Thursday. Mrs..]?, .O, J.phn taught during her absence. Mrs. Delia Smith bid a tamll piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiii^ PUBLIC SALE | The undersigned will offer the following described property at public sale at = | the old Rice farm in Plum Creek, one-half mile east of Plum Creek elevator and 5 | about two miles north on gravel road, about 4 miles northeast of Algona, on S February 22 DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Gas and novocalne used for ei-| traction. Located o.v»r Chrlatenaen 'Store. Phones: Business 166, residence 47«,| Algona, Iowa VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algona .Phones: Office, 475-W.; res., 476-R.I BUILDING CONTRACTORS! HOW FALUNG- OUT, FRAN VJHAYS SOOO To WEEP T-AU-IM6- HA\R. Ask your friend what's a good place to get Sat-" 4sf.ac.tipn, a,nd he'll most likely answer Norton's. That's the reputation we maintain. T^^iMUPflr ^PPf*IISP^^ff F. S. Norton & Son COWAN * SON General Contractors > Estimates Furnished Phonea; Business, 639-J; res., Ml MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WORKS • Machinists and Welders . ''Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearings West of Courthouse ' Phone 55I| PBQDUCE . SA^E TO COMMENCE AT 1 O'CLOCK THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD One black gelding, 13 yrs. old, wt. about 1300 IDS., named Blink One black mare 13 yr* old, wt; about 1300 Ibs., named Doll One black mare 12 yrs. old, wt. about 1250 Ibs., named Ladv One sorrel horse 13 yrs. old, wt. about 1300 Ibs., named Bob One grey horse 11 yrs. old, wt. about 1260 Ibs., named King One Holstem milk cow, wt. about 1,000 Ibs., 1 Holstein calf. One red heifer, I Holstein cow, 1 red cow Three black and white spotted brood sows, wt. about 250 Ibs eaoh One hundred forty-five chickens, mixed in breed *' ' One Moline two-row cultivator. , One Hoosier endgate seeder. ! One Dempster single-row cultivator. One Hays corn planter. •-.'..,,, One set breeching harness, complete with' collars and bridles One set back band harness, complete with bridles tod collars 1 steel wheeled wagon with rack <-°*iars. 1 disc, l grain binder, 1 flexible harrow 4-section, 1 mower, 1 bob sled. TERMS^ Cash or make arrangements with your banker. William and Kobus Tjaden SWIFT * COMPANY ' 'Cish Buyers Poultry/ Ef&g, and Hides -' AJatt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264.' INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of insuran In force. A home company, secure. J. O. Paxson, Secreti THE AlOONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. B, La Barre Al Falkenln Reliable Insurance Service Phone 56 City Property Loan* ^arm LoaK Insurance/ Real IBstate. CUNNINGHAM * LACY 107 W, State gt. Algona, W JOE New &i}4 used Auto Parts Tires and Accessories Hide*, F«r *n4 Wool Altona, lows . H. W. POST Dn»y and Transfer Long Distance Hauling- Every }o»4 insured againsMoss and dam* age of all kinds. -Equip; pea to dp all Jdnds of hauling and 4r&yi n K' PHONE 8»8 Iowa TRUSTEES COL. C. 0. BIDDLE, A|ict,

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