Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1932 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1932
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27, 1932. O r COUNTY ATTORNEY of Kossuth County Vote for Maurice C. McMahon Democratic Nominee Born and raised In Kossuth county Property owner and taxpayer. i Your support On November 8 will be appreciated Vote for Maurice Duffy Democratic Candidate for Treasurer of Kossuth County Your support will be appreciated. Several years' banking experience. 5 Allowance For any old Mattress On any >PRING FILLED MATTRESS Selling for $16.75 pr more, including Beauty Sleep Dawn and Simmons Beauty Rest. SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL BEDDING [FOSTER'S FURNITURE CO. <AST BIG ANNIVERSARY WEEK OLD TIME QUAKER [THRIFT FOR YOU... This week your A&P Food Store presents one of the outstanding value ^ events of the year... a festival of low priceofferingsoffoodsofchoicequality. Sparkl* O«la«n D«uart Sultana R«d tcans . . Qvak«r Mold Baking Powder CAN \-m Quaker Maid Apple Sauce 2 C,?NS , . fultana Apple iu««r . . 2|§ ^ lona Lima leani. . . . 6&& Quaker Maid Ketchup 5e 19c 19c Quaker Maid Chill Sauce _ ^ ^> Innn focoo ....«•• CAN _ Incora Queen Olives =* Sultana Peanut Butter. . . * »« 25c 21e QUAK01 MAID PLAIN OR VEGETARIAN BEANS 6-25 WHffR HPUSP EVAPORATfD ^K ^m •"•• •• ^m ^^ ^0 . 6 TAU 4-OZ. WHIHEMORE COUPLE WED OCTOBER 19 KQ88tJtH COUNTY APVAKCB, ALQONA. IOWA ~Last weok y Oot ' Edith, eldest daughter r u ?* P "- W ' P ' RI "Sler, became the bride of Ben Schreier, of Milwaukee, at St. Michael's Catholic church, Father Velt saying the nuptial mass. The brkle'a sister Frances wn.s bridesmaid, a n<l George Carmotly was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of th<i bride's parents. The new Mrs. Schreler was gradu- atecl from Presentation Academy in 1030, and since then had been employed at Milwaukee. Mr. Sohreler came hcr e from Alton, and was manager of the local Rite Way grocery till he went to Milwaukee, where he Is engaged in the oil business. The couple left for a short honeymoon trip to Kansas City. Attending the wedding from out oC town were the John Schreiers, of Remsen; the Frank and Jacob Schreiers, Manson; Joseph Schreler, Le Mars; and the William Schelers, Pocahontas. Surprise Honors Clins. Tolglit Sr.— • A surprise birthday party was given Sunday evening for Charles Vo'Ight Sr. at his son Archie's, south of .town. Mr. Volght was 72. Attending: the Fred Lehmanns, August Mielkes, the Deldrlck Cordes family, .the Charles Ostwalds, the Julius Baas and John Schultz families, the 'Reinhard Ostwalds, the eman Voights, Ella and Ewold Voight, all of Whlttemore; the Arthur Matthews family and the Jack Johnsons, Holfe; the Edward Hansens, Algona; the Henry 'Pretzels, Milwaukee; Edward Tletz and his sons Orton and Raymond, of Lotts Creek. Hnrvey Oliver's Condition Grave- Relatives were called to Rochester Sunday to see Harvey Oliver, patient there for some time. The party Included the Loy Olivers, Le Mars; the Joseph. Olivers, Villisca; the Cletus Olivers, Emmetsburg; the Ray Olivers, Algona; • Sister Mary Thomasine, Elkader; and the W. T. Olivers and Mrs. Alice R. Cairy, of Whlttemore. He was somewhat improved 'Sunday night. ,. . Wandering: Boy Home Again— "Bill" Heller got home last week Wednesday from his latest hitchhiking trip. When 'he left the preceding Friday he headed for Texas or California, but in Missouri he changed his mind and came back. He plans to leave for California this midweek if /he can find 'someone to accompany him. Dentist's Wife Rapidly Recovering— Paul Smith left for Rochester last week Tuesday to bring home his mother, Mrs. L. B. Smith, wife of Whlttemore's dentist who is rapidly regaining her health following a major operation there. Mrs. A. Conarty, Chicago, who had been with her mother at Rochester, came with them. Harvey Oliver Has Operation — Mr. aaid Mrs. W. T. Oliver and their granddaughter, Rosella Oliver, went to Rochester early last week to visit Rosella's father, Harvey Oliver, patient there in a serious condition. Harvey has been in a Mayo •hospital since July 1, and he had an operation Saturday. Dutter Wins High Scores— Buttermaker R. A. Bartlett's product has of laite won high scorings. At the Dairy Cattle Congress, Waterloo, it scored 93 H, and at a Pacific Northwest dariy products show at Portland, Ore., it scored 94. day from their honeymoon" trip ttf Kansas. 'Robert FInnell Jr., Mson'CUy student, visited his parents over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Boyle, Chicago, visited last week at M. K. Cullen's. Louis Balgeman was confined to •his home last week with the flu. Verda Me.yer was laid up laat week with an Infected finger, i Women Attend Republican Rally— Among Whlttemore women who attended a county G. O. P. rally for women at Burt last week Tuesday were Mrs. Carl Ebert, Mrs. W, F. EX-ALGONIAN CELEBRATES 88 TH YEAR By NellleCU Bowyer. Hollywood, Calif,, Oct. 17.—Mrs, A. D, Clarke reached another milestone October 10. Though now 88, she is as bright and active as ever. Her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Adams, sur- plsed her by entertaining old friends of Mrs. Clarke from Fond du Lac, Wls., and this writer. Mrs. Adams served supper, which included a birthday cake. Mrs. Frank Warner, Des Moines, had spent some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson, Long Beach,, but Is now at San Francisco, visiting Mrs. Anna Paine-Burke. Her .husband, who is secretary of the Iowa bankers' association, was to meet her there and they are to return 'here before they leave for home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Waldo are here again, after a year at the Twin Cities. They are living at Long Beach, and Mrs. Rachel Stough is with them.. Muriel Norrie Married. Mervln, son .of M. and Mr. Frank Henderson, has for some time been working-for the Equitable Assurance Co., New York, and now has been given charge of an office at Pomona, where his father conducts a prosperous fruit and vegetable shop. My granddaughter, Muriel Norrie, was married October 7 to Wililom Wlnfred Hall Jr., by the Kev. F. J. Goodman, of the Baptist church here, of which William is a member. He was graduated from high school at 17, and, instead of going to Annapolis, as his father wishedjhlm to do, lie joined' the navy, desiring- to see the world. He will be discharged next August, and expects to return to his home in North Carolina, where his father owns a clothing store. The couple meanwhile are living in a bun- jalow at San Pedro, where he Is stationed. ' • • • , Ex-Algonlans Hear Roosevelt, Mrs. Lou Qulnlan and I went to the Hollywood Bowl to hear Governor Roosevelt. Though the time set for the speech was 2:40 p. m., we arrived at the Bowl at 12 noon, to be sure of good seats, but, to our dismay, when we reached the entrance we were informed .that the front 7,000 seats had been reserved for "young democrats.' There were many other chairs in front, but the ushers informed us that these were reserved for notables. I told them I was a notable but it seemed to make no impression, so we proceeded to climb to the heights. An Irate woman, in broken English, remarked,' "So this is democrassy." The "young demo, crats" didn't turn out in force, so th< unoccupied seats reserved for them were later released for the hoi pollol •Governor Roosvelt made a pleasan 20-minute speech, in which he told of his trip, said ihe enjoyed being here, praised our climate, and spoke of water power." McAdoo on Chang-Ing- Horses. Mr. McAdoo made the introductory speech, and he" spoke of the admoni tion of Lincoln not to trade horses in midstream. Lincoln, he added was one of the best politicians this country ever,had; but, Mr. McAdoc said, if you were in midstream on an elephant, and the elephant was sink ing, and a good strong mule came along, wouldn't you get over to. th mule? Governor FARM Wim NATIVE TIMBER IS SOLD NEAR GOOD HOPE Good Hope. Oct. 25—A recent sale n the community was that of the W. W. Annls home farm, occupied by the Don Moores, to Glen Jenkln- son. This farm has a considerable body- of native timber, oak, walnut, and numerous other varieties, be- Relmers, Mrs. C. "W. Hansen, and Mrs. H, E, Woodward. Shower Honors Edith Rlngler— Last week Monday the Duffy girls entertained at a pre-nuptial shower for Edith Rlngler, who' was married last week Wednesday' morning to Ben Schreler, Milwaukee/ Wins Watch Given jtway— •Elmo Barber won a wrist' watch given away: Saturday night at the Cavanaugh drug stoe. This was the fifth waltch given away, and seven are left. Quilting Bee Given Monday— • •A quilting-'bee was given Monday by Mrs. (Louis Braatz for her sister, Alvina Braatz. Other Whfttemore News. Mrs, Homer Keller, twin son Armand and Arland, another son Ray ; mond, and Evelyn Peterson, all Of Minnesota, spent the week-end at Elmo Barber's, Mrs. Keller Ifl a slater of Mr. Barber. Harry Burke, near Hartley, spent •the week-end with his sister EUa and their father, "Edw. Burke, w Is confined to his home with a fractured hip suffered In a fall The George Balgemanns, the *BHV Ruschs, and the Tom Weirs surprised Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fish last week.Tuesday evening, ttoe.occasion be'lng Mr. (Fish's birthday. Mrs. Ray Thompson and her chllr dren have returned to their home at Scranton, after a few weeks with the former's mother, Mrs, A. Kortum. Supt. F.'J. Rochford and his family are spending a two weeks corn husWng vacation at New Hampton with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baser teft last week Wednesday for an extended visit with their son Edward at Lake Park, Minn. Francis Fish attended a Morningside college vs. J. ft T, C- homecom- •- 'at Cedar Falls Ing football game Saturday. •H. H. Zumach, grocer and meat dealer, toad extra help Saturday dur ing a coff«e and cookie, „,,. Bert ScheHmeyer /h^s re* (turned after some time at ittoe b side of her father at WM Bead, James Fandel fell recently ftnd fractured a -wnist. Ife te * #>P <* Mr, end Mrs. William Kern Eterlcfc te W^f*** **W»*«4 at a fair proportion of tillable T,he home, comfortable and sides and. commodious, has been the center of many of the activities of the Good lope community. The Moores are coking-for a farm to which to move. William Knoll Is Recovering—• Word from University hospital at Iowa City la that W.llllam Knoll, of Algona, who underwent an opera- ion there last Thursday, Is making an unexpectedly successful recovery. This is good news to his many 'rlends. "Jim" Knoll returned from :here late last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker, Lone Rock, stayed with Mrs. Knoll during his absence. Mr. Baker w.111 remain to pick corn for Jim. Mrs. C. L. DIttmer Recovering— Mrs. C. L. DIttmer, patient at the Kossuth hospital, is recovering from a recent operation, and It is expected that she will be taken 'home this week. Out-of-town visitors Sunday were her brother, Clarence Morgan, Ames, his son William, ^Des Molnes, and her sister, Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon teacher. Daughter for Erwln Turners— The Erwln Turners are happy over the arrival Friday of a girl, Beverly Ann, second child and second daughter. Alta Albright, sister of Mrs. Turner, is nurse. Mrs. William Turner is also out from (her home at Algona. Colored Concert Singers Coming— A concert will 'be 'presented at the Good Hope churah next Tuesday evening by colored singers from Rust college. The public is invited. There is no admission charge. Other Good Hope. Corn-Jhiusking is stimulating a "back-to - the - farm" movement among some retired farmers. .William Turner Is helping his son Erwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz are out every decent day to give their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hackbarth, a lift on the old home place. Janie Orr, who is so seriously sick, has been removed from Spencer to the home of a brother at Maquoketa. a Judgment rendered In «aid Court on the 18th day of October, 1932, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth Cbunty State Bank, Algona, Iowa as plaintiff, and against T. H. Wadsworth as defendant, for the sum of Ten thousand, Two hundred Fifty-Four and 42/100 ($10,254.42) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Sixty 'Five and 60/100 ($165.60) Dollars nnd accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said T. H. Wadsworth and Elizabeth A. Wadsworth, husband and wife, and Stanley Gard- der to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, and North 22% acres of all that part of the Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter, lying west of the Des Moines River, all in section Twenty Five (25) in Township Ninety Six (96) North, Range Twenty Nine (29) also all of the Northwest Quarter of said section Twenty Five (25), Township Ninety Six (86) North, Range Twenty Nine 29) except the South Eighty (80) icros thereof, West of the 6th P. M., •Cossuth County, Iowa and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to atlsfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to .he highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 18th day of 'November, 1932,at the east door of the Court House n Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of '10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 19th day of October, 1932. L. 03. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. T. P. Harrington, Plaintiff's Attorney 7-8 C, H, LIGHTY IN BUSINESS AT LU VERNE SINCE 1883 Referring to the recent observance of the 75th birthday anniversary of C. H. Lichty, reported last week in the Advance's Lu Verne column, the Lu Verne News says that Mr Lichty, In point of continuous service, is the oldest Lu Verne business man. He is perhaps also oldest in the county. In 1883 he came to Lu Verno and for two years farmed Then he established himself In the hardware business, in which he has ever since been engaged, or during a period of 49 years. Union Roosevelt got a good hand when he spoke of "a new deal, but he failed tq say what the "deal 1 is. There was a youngr woman at th entrance selling badges, which, she sad, had Roosevelt's "pitcher" on them. Mrs. Fred Puller is visiting her daughter, Veda Crane, wha lives at Los Angeles. The Fullers have lived at St. Paul since they left Algona 40 years ago, Fred is still a printer on the St Paul Dispatch. His father once preached at the old Methodist church at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson returned recently from a 12,-day visit with thellr daughter, Mrs. Ardath Hicks, Aberdeen, S. D., and a sister of Mrs. Nelson at Benson, Minn. Mr Hicks is assistant manager of a chain store at Aberdeen. • Harry Ward shelled and delivered corn last week Tuesday. A. B Schenck finished threshing his soy bean crop last Thursday. UNION TWP CLUB HEARS ALGONIAN TALUN HAWAII Union Twp., Oct. 6 — Minnie J. Coate, assistant Algona librarian, talked an hour, following a two- course Mothers & Daughters clut> luncheon at Mrs. Winifred Jergenson's last week Wednesday, oq a trip she made to ithe Hawaiian Islands some years ago, A group of songs by pupils in grades Nos. 1-2-3, Burt, directed by Miss Overgaard, completed the program. Mesdames J. R. Warburton and Delia. M, Smith, Lakota, were guests. The former is county federation chairman, and the latfter held tha,t position a few years ago. Hostesses ftt this annual luncftn eon Included the present officers and officers who retired September 7. The club will meet November 3 with Mesdames Anna Marlow and Mary Sarchet, and roll call will be answered with th,e names of favorite political Jeaders since 19QO. A paper, Know your Candidate, ,w!U be read by Mrs, EWa^beth Schenek, and a travelogue by Mrs, M,ayme Wlnkel and -political music wHl follow. Former V»loii Koesnth relatives Allen Dearphs, Denver, are pleased to hear that flM>u#h. on)y VI and sWW In high school he p}ay« a trumpet In a '100- pjece Highlander band directed by 4 %. Lejt, once of tjje »j,e Sousa's band. Ttie Highlander organisation f^r w«j»|ern tmqmwto as the Boy geo^jt, m^yfu^ dosa. Allen , -, WUUajon, Is a son of Mrs • luj( Dearohs, Algon*, and bis mother I LEGAL NOTICESJ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAI/E STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 14173. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution .directed to me -from the; Clerk pt the .Disti Court .of Kossuth county, Iowa "on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 30th day of September, 1932, in favor of Edward R. Mawdsley, Jasper C. Mawdsley, Roscoe I. Mawdaley and Howard L. Mawdsley, as Executors of the estate of R. J, Mawds- dey, deceased, as plaintiff, . and against John W. Brown and Loren J, Brown, as defendants, for the sum' of Four Thousand Four Hundred and' 54/100 ($4400.54) Dollars and coats, taxed at'One Hundred Two and No/100 ($102.00) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Rea property as the property of the sale John W; Brown, and Myrtle M Brown, bis wife, Loren J. Brown and Florence M. Brown, his wife George P. Glllesple, Bert Deal, Milton Q. Norton and Kossuth Cpun- ty, Iowa, to satisfy eajd execution to-wit: All of Government Lot Fjve (§) and the North half (NH) of the Northeast Quarter, (NE%) of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) all in Section -Twenty. Four (24), Township Ninety "Five (96) North, Range Twenty-Nine (29) West of the fifth P. M., containing abqut 60 acres, and I will proceed to sell "such property, or «o much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution! wjth costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the *8th day of November, 1932, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of aaK day, when and where due attendance will be given the undersigned. Dated this • 9th day of October 1932. ' i* B. fLoym Sheriff of Kowutb County, Iowa. By £}ver«,tt L, Harrto, Deputy Attorney.', OF ORIGINAI/ NOTICE November, A. D. 1932 term. In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, Plaintiff, vs. John P. Helderscheldt, Administrator of the estate of Michael Heider- scheidt, deceased, Adam Helder- scheldt, Mathew Heiderscheidt, Maggie Simon, Kathryn Jucum, otherwise Kathryn Juchem, Susie Andre, Anna Marnach, Mary Forman, Valentine Dieter, Mike Dieter, Tonle Dieter, Kathren Dieter, Valentine Heiderscheidt, Joe Hei- • derscheldt, John Heiderscheidt, Charlie C. Heiderscheidt, Mike Hei- derscheidt, Adam Heiderscheidt, Katie Heiderscheidt Wagner, Dora Heiderscheidt Wagner, Mike Von Bank, Peter Von Bank, Dick Von Bank, Joe Von Bank, Lizzie Schaller, Katie Von Bank, Rose Stalle- man, otherwise known as Rose Stattleman, Marjj Origner, otherwise known as Mary Orlger, Maggie Tackley, Johnnie Heiderscheidt, John Berkhlmer and Kossuth County, Iowa, Defendants. To said defendants, Mathew Heider- scheidt, Mary Forman, Valentine Dieter, Mike Dieter, Tonie Dieter, Kathren Dieter, Valentine Heider- scheidt, Nick Von Bank and Maggie Yackley: Tou and each of you are hereby notified that on or before the 10th day of November, 1932, there will be on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth .County, Iowa, the Petition'of the Plaintiff claiming of you the said John P. Hei- derscheidt, administrator of the estate of Michael Heiderscheidt, Deceased, et a], the sum'of Six Thousand Eight Hundred Twenty-nine and 33/100 Collars ($6829.33) with Interest thereon at ', eight per cent (8 per cent) per annum from October 2Qth, 1932, on your promissory note for Six Thousand Dollars ($6000.PO) originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and endorsed to .the plaintiff herein; also asking the further sum of Seventeen and 80/100 dollars C$17,80) paid for an extension of an Abstract of Title and costs including statutory attorney fees and taxes. Plaintiff will also ask as against all the defendants the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage given to.secure the above described note, interest, abstract fee, attorney fees, costs and taxes which mortgage ,was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the plaintiff herein, said mortgage covering: The South One Half (S%) of the Southwest Fractional Quarter (SW fr. %) of Section Nineteen . (19), Township Ninety-four (94), Range Twenty-nine (29), West, of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, containing 76' acres, more or less, according to the United States Government Survey'thereof, and is recorded 1n Book 98, 'Pago 320 of the Records of Kossuth County, Iowa. Plaintiff will also ask for the appointment of a Receiver. •For further particulars see PetU •tion when on file. Personal judgment is demanded against no defendants. . And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the November, 1932, term of said court to be held at the courthouse in Algona, Towa, commencing on the 21st day of November, 1932, default. Will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. Don Barnes, E. H. Wadsworth, 6-9 Attorneys for Plaintiff. CONSTIPATED 30 YEARS AIDED BY OLD RFMEDY "For thirty years I had constipation, Souring- food from stomach choked me, Since taking Adlerlka I am a new'person. Constipation Is a thing of the past,"-—Alice Burns. E. druggist, ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH SMOKERS'INDIGESTION? .Excessive smoking, soft foods, and HtUe exercise offcen cause disturbed stomach conditions, indigestion, acjd- Ity, and gas bloating. You need not quit smoking for you can get quick relief from the .after effect^ fcy taWsg Dr. Emll's Adla Tablets. Contain np harmful drugs or narcotics. Taj^e them as often as necessary. Cogv. pounded by an experiences Physician to counteract ' disturbances caused by .excessive gmofclnjf, aftd foods that do not agree. B^oy y<jur meals. iBe free from stomach, d)( Oet Adto Tabtetn today., bottle contains ^nr*« m,ent. E. W. Lusby, djp Money to Loan Loans In any amount from $40 up to $300 made same day as applied for. Money loaned on livestock, automobiles and other security. Loans can be repaid through small monthly payments or paid In full at any time. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. No waiting or extra signers, we are In position to complete your loan at the time you apply. Phone or write to Inland Finance Corporation Office located North of Iowa State Bank. Phone 55 Algona, Iowa White's GROCERY Week End Specials Dates, 2 lb. package 19c Beans, small 4j "7 j» navy, 5 Ibs. I I C Salt, Shaker, 2 for' 15c Raisins, package— 2 lb. size 15c 4 lb. size 29c Sugar, granulated, 10 Ibs Flour, A B C, 49 Ibs. 89c Coffee, vacuum pack, 1 lb Syrup, Golden— 5 lb. size 25c 10 lb. size __48c Duroc Jersey Boar and Gilt Sale Sale to be held at Oakdale farm, 2 miles north and 1 mile east of Renwick, starting at 1 o'clock in the afternoon— Tuesday, Nov. 1 35 Boars—10 Gilts—45 Head The offering are the kind that reach 200 pounds and are ready for market early. Lots of stretch with, heavy bone and a deep red color. They are bred from the breed's best blood, that have proven profitable for the pork barrel. Now is'the time to secure your boar, before you are ready to use him, and assure yourself of a breeder. The entire herd has been double treated. ' New blood for old customers. v '•' . FIVE HOLSTEIN BULLS The^bulls will be sold after the boars. The offering are sired by our 1,237 pound butter bull and out of good producing cows. • TERMS are cash or its equivalent. No animals to T>e moved until terms are complied with. W. H. HELMKE, Prop. G. A. SATRE and E. A. NELSON, Amste. 8 i ? <F BIG Auction in Algona Saturday, October 29 Commencing Promptly at 1:30 P.M. \ * We will sell at Public Auction 1 j '• a big assortment of ^ Household Goods Sule to~l*e Ijeld just north of the old sale ban?, " \ : i , ,,i ,.„ • This is an extraordinary bill. A fine lot of good furniture, iiso a large bun^ pf jniaU things. PY^ffWfed ,l}vinf rpom suite, gopji walnut i' room suite, a fine walnut fte'drpow '**\^ extra beds, springs, mattresseg, several r table, dressers, C hest ot drawers/ trunks, . . 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