Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1934 · Page 8
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BIGHT CQtJNTt AtoVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 19341 Corn Loans Will Pass Half Maiion Dollar Mark (Continued from page 1.) William Fritz, Sec. 25, Buffalo, 850 bu $"83 W. H. Senne, Sec. 11 Buffalo, 900 bu Alfred Oesterreicher, Sec. 22 Buf' falo, 1290 bu William Fritz, Sec. 25 Buffalo, 500 bu. $•225 23 $248 Burt, $47: Geo Meyer, Sec. 11 Buffalo, SOO bu $360 Georg-e Higgins, Sec. 11 Buffalo, 460 bu $207 George Higgins, Sec. 11 Buffalo, 460 bu $207 George Higgins, Sec. 11 Buffalo, 690 bu $311, M. Bacon, Sec. 12 Buffalo, 1600 bu $720 Hurt. Jas. Wadsworth, Sec. 30 Burt, 625 bu $2S1 Jas. W-.ulsworth, Sec. 30 Burt, 700 bu $315 Clarence Akerson, Sec. 6 Burt. 1275 bu $574 Claren«lp Akerson, Sec. 6 Burt, 1275 bu $374 Henry Thomson, See. 21 Burt, 1200 bu $540 D. A. Fraser, Sec. 34 Burt, 700 bu $315 C. J. WWtney, Sec. 20 Burt, 1100 bu $495 Glenn N. Volcntine, Sec. 11 Burt, 1000 bu $450 Ray Rlngsdorf, Sec. 35 Burt, 1100 bu $495 Sarah Godgel, Sec. 20 Burt, 875 bu $384 J. W. Dorrance, Sec. 23 Burt, 525 bu $236 J. W. Dorrance, Sec, 23 Burt, 550 bu J. W. Dorrance, Sec. 11050 bu J. W. Dorrance, Sec. 23 Burt, 950 bu $428 J. W. Dorrance, Sec, 23 Burt, 1000 bu $450 J. W. Dorrance, Sec. 23 Burt, 1000 bu $450 Emma K. Staehlt, Sec. 23 Burt, fiOO bu. $270 A. D. Richards, Sec. 9 Burt, S75 bu $394 Cresco. Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 514 bu $231 M'Jte Loss Section 14 Cresco, 914 bu Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 914 bu Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 2246 bu $1011 Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 504 bu J227 Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 504 bu $227 Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 3072 bu $ 138 2 Mike Loss Section 14 Cresco, 124S bu $562 George W. Brown, Sec. 32 Cresco, 1000 bu $450 George W. Brown, Sec. 32 Cresco, 1500 bu j G75 G. C. Stewart, Sec. 23 Cresco, 356 bu $160 Martha May Potter Sec .19 Cresco, 389 bu $175 Martha May Potter Sec .19 Cresco, 518 bu $033 Georgiana French, Sec. 34 Cresco, 1500 bu Eagle. Gust "Larson Sec. 20 Eagle, 1000 , rbu $450 'Magnus Larson, Sec. 20 Eagle, 600 bu " $270 W. 0. Brtggs, Sec. 13 Eagle 11000 b " $450 H. J. Jaskulke, Sec. 2\l Eagle, 400 bu. $180 John Larson, Sec. ":i Kagl», 2400 bu $iu;o R. M. Eichhorn, Sec. 7 Eagle, 1100 *" $495 Robert E. Pehrson, Sec. 36 Eagle, son, 900 bu 5405 Henry Far-land, Sec. 35 Eagle, 1200 $540 bu. O. H. Linde, Sec. ;15 Eagle, 950 Fentoiu M. C. Bunvash, Sec. 9 Fen-ton, 400 bu ..................... $i so •M. C. Bunvash, Sec. 9 Fenton, 975 bu ..................... $439 -M. C. Burwash, Sec. 9 Fenton, 325 bu ..................... $15B •M. C. Bunvash, Sec. 9 Fenton, •550 ba ..................... 5248 G. A. Thompson, Sec. 12 Fenton, 600 bu ..................... 5270 Lars M. Finnestad, Sec. 10 Fenton, 1200 bu ..................... 5540 Lars M. Finnestad, Sec. 10 Fenton, 1600 bu ..................... j 7 20 John Utters, Sec. 5 Fenton, C75 bu. $304 John Ulfers, Sec. 5 Fenton, 1175 bu. $529 Rudolph H. Peter, Sec. 29 Fenton, 1050 bu 5473 Rudolph H. Peter, Sec. 29 Fenton, 600 bu. $270 E. E. Meyer, Sec. 28 Fenton, oil} , bu ,$24S Lmcine Kirsch, Sec. 29 Fenton 750 bu ?338 Wm. H. Haack, Sec. 31 Fenton, 700 bu ?315 Robert Schmidt, Sec. 15 Fenton 2000 bu $9 ' 00 Iryin Huskamp, Sec. is Fenton, $416 bu $640 Noah Anliker Sec. 30 Garfield, 1200 bu $540 Fred Hanselman, Sec. 24 Garfield, 2000 bu $900 Fred Hanselman, Sec. 24 Garfield, 2000 bu $9100 Fred Hanselman, Sec. 24 Garfield, 1900 bu $855 Fred Hanselman, Sec. 15 Garfield, IllSOO bu $810 Geo. F. Besch, Sec. 3 Garfield, 1375 bu $819 Geo. F. Besch, Sec. 3 Oarfleld, 2600 bu ' $1170 R. E. Anllker, Sec, 3 Garfield, 1800 bu $S10 C. C. Brown, Sec . 12 Garfield, 2600 bu $1176 Ray Kenne, Sec. 1 Garflold, 450 bu $203 Eli J. Grimm, Sec. 23 Garflold, 700 bu $315 William Greenfield, Sec. 1 Garfield, 1000 bu $450 Peter Mertz, Sec. 25 Oarfleld, 1120 bu $540 Emil C. Fisher, Sec. 19 Garfield, 400 bu $180 German. George Ailts, Sec. 5 German, 1314 bu $591 Loyal Gingrich, Sec. is German, 1000 bu $450 H. II. Trenary, Sec. fi German, 1500 bu $675 H. R. Trenary, Sec. 6 German, 2500 bu $112-1 Samuel Miller, Sec. 2 German, 1382 bu $622 Grant. Earl J Paterson, Sec 23 Grant, 340 bu $153 nna M. Griffith, Sec. 29 Grant, 1100 bu $495 Ann-a M. Griffith, Sec. 29 Grant, 200 bu $90 Ely Anderson, Sec. 10 Grant, 1200 bu $540 Leonard Mlno, Sec. 2(1 Grant, SOO bu $360 M. p. Haggard, Sec. 21 Grant, 2000 bu $900 A. M. Kollasch, Sec. 30 Grant, 900 bu $405 Martha Brund, Sec. 10 Grant, 11500 bu $675 Martha Brund, Sec. 10 Grant, 1000 bu $450 Tcna Westcott, Sec. 34 Grant, 1300 bu $585 Tena Westcott, Sec. 34 Grant, 550 bu $248 Henry Selberg, Sec. 35 Grant, SOO bu $360 Greenwood. Sam McCleisch, Sec. 34 Greenwood, 1SOO bu $810 John Karsten, Sec. 6 Greenwood, SOO bu $360 Ole A. Johannesen, Sec. 30 Greenwood, 1200 bu $540 V. P. Bernhord, Sec. 29 Greenwood, 1300 bu $585 -Vnton Kardoes, Sec. m Greenwood, 1000 bu $450 -eRoy Schiltz, Sec. 22 Greenwood, 2000 bu $900 Henry Fox, Sec. 2 Greenwood, 1300 bu $675 E. L. Dickmeyer, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 1SOO bu $810 Emma Hughes, Sec. 3 Greenwood, 1800 bu $810 A. J. Berens, Sec. 13 Greenwood, 2300 bu 91030 A. J. Berens, Sec. 15 Greenwood, 1900 bu $855 A. J. Berens, Sec. 14 Greenwsod, 2200 bu $990 fin-y RuMc-mier, Sec. 114 Greenwood, fsOO bu $360 Andrew Funi,inan, Sec. 10 Greenwood, 2000 bu .j-)00 A. F. Butterfield, Sec. 33 Greenwood, HOOD bu $450 R. J. Angus, Sec, 32 Greenwood, 500 bu $225 Peter Kramer, Sec. 35 Greenwood, SOO bu $360 'etcr Kramer, Sec. 35 Greenwood, SOO bu $360 '. J. Schiltz, Sec. 23, Greenwood, 650 bu $293 Yank A. Fangman, Sec. 23, Greenwood, 900 bu $405 lath Memmers, Sec. 9 Greenwood, 1250 bu $563 Walter Bettering, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 700 bu $315 Walter Deitcring, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 700 bu $315 i. W. Schuler, Sec. is Greenwood, 1700 bu $765 ames V. O'Conner, Sec. 36 Greenwood 450 bu $203 ames V. O'Conner, Sec. 36 Greenwood 450 bu $203 ames V. O'Conner, Sec. 30 Greenwood 600 bu $270 -lenry L.ampe Sr., Sec. 17 Greenwood, 2000 bu $900 Harrison. eo. D. Moulton, Sec. 9 Harrison, 500 bu $225 Geo D. Moulton, Sec. 9 Harrison, 500 bu $225 iValter Benson, Sec. 16 Harrison, 925 bu. Henry Schneider, Sec. 19 'Fenton, 350 bu. $158 Henry Schneider, Sec. 19 Fenton, 600 bu. $270 Henry Schneider, Sec. 19 Fenton" 425 bu. $191 Henry Schneider, Sec. 19 Fenton, 825 bu. $371 C. E. Heise, Sec. 5 Fenton, 900 bu. George Jentz, 625 bu Sec. 9 $405 Fenton, •George Jents>., sec. 9 Fenton, 850 bu. Walter Jentz, sec. 9 Fenton,'475 $388 bu. 1250 bu. Wm. Jcntz, See.lion 9 600 bu -Elmer W. ton, 375 bu. $214 SiX'.tion 9 Fenton, $503 Fenton, $270 $169 Elmer w. AVeisbrud, Sec. 19' Fenton, 375 bu. $169 Elmer W. Wedsbrod, Sec. 19' Fenton, 375 bu. $169 $153 Elmer w. Weisbrod, Sec. is'Fen- ton, 340 bu. Elmer w. AVeisb'rod, Sec.' '19 'F ton, 400 bu '. ?lgo Garfield. Albert Keller Sec. 15 Garfield 1300 bu £5 Lizzie Wildin, Sec. i Garfield 500 bu Lizzie Wildin, Sec. i Garfield 800 bu. $22E Lizzie Wildin, Sec. 1000 bu. Fred Harms, Sec." 2" GarHe'ldi 12 bu. Garfield ft J[- i 00 Fred Harms, Sec. 2 Gai'fleid,' 1200 $54C bu. • $540 Harms, Sec. 2 Gai-field, 1200 1450 bu. $653 August Heltnke, Sec. 30 Harrison, G50 bu 5993 Vugusta Busch Sec. 2 Harrison, 1(175 bu 5529 Ray Valrick, Sec. 5 Harrison, 400" bu. $180 Joan Long Sec. n Harrison, 900 bu. $405 C. \V. Pearson, Sec. 7 Harrison, "°0 bu $495 Olof Pearson, Sec. 7 Harrison WOO bu 5459 Olof Pearson, Sec. 7 Harrison, 700 bu. |315 M. O. Simpson, Sec. is Harrlsono, 1200 bu. $540 Floyd II. Olson, Sec. 7 Harrison, 800 bu. $360 Ralph A. Olsen, Sec. 12 Harrison 1600 bu j 72 Ralph A. Olsen, Sec. 12 Harrison," 1000 bu. .. $720 John G. Haglund, Sec. g"Harri- son, 200 bu $90 John G. Haglund, Sec. 'g" Harrison, 900 bu. $405 John G. Grundy, Sec. <) Harrison, 450 bu. iau uu 5203 John G. Grundy, Sec. 9 Harrison" 252 bu £236 John G. Grundy, Sec. 9 Harrison, 252 bu. $236 Fred Patterson, Sec. is'' Harrison". 1 (j n n v,.. 1SOO bu. $810 Fred Patterson, Sec. 18"Harrison, 3500 bu $1575 Hebron. John Hagedorn, Sec. 31 Hebron, 1100 bu $49 Oscar Frandle, Sec. 23 "Hebron 1000 bu ,4 Oscar Frandle, Sec. 23 ' Hebron, 1000 bu 3^ Oscar Frandle, Sec. '^"Hebron, 1000 bu »4 N. H. Bolin, Sec. 30 Hebron] 1250 bu. $563 Ferd Erdraan, Sec 27 Hebron,' 900 bu. 1405 Fred Erdman & L. T. Thompson »ec. 18 Hebron, 700 bu $315 Fred Erdman & L. T . Thompson, Sec. 18 Hebron, 800 bu $350 Fred Erdman & li. T. Thompson, Sec. 18 Hebron, 700 bu |316 Ferdinand Miller, Sec. 27 Hebron, I1SOO bu $675 Irvlngtono. Letnder A. Studer, Sec. 13 Irving-ton, 870 bu ?392 A. J. Orosenbach, Sec. 1 Irvlng- iton, 825 bu $41tti A. J. Grosenbach, Sec. 1 Irvlngr- 750 bu $337 E. J. VsmNess, Sec. 9 Irvlngton, 316 bu $142 E. J. VojiNess, Sec. 9 Irvlngpton, 275 bu $116 Paul H. Black, Sec. g IrvlngtO7i, 1750 bu $788 Paul H. Black, Sec. s Irvingrton, 1G50 bu $743 Jos. Feratl, Sec. 23 Irvlngton, 500 bu. .' $225 O. L. Miller, Sec. 32 Irvlngrton, 1100 bu $405 O. lj. Miller, sec. 32 Irvlngrton, 1100 bu $495 August J. Heinen, Sec. 36 Irvlng 1 ton, 1-650 bu $743 August j. Heinen, Sec. 36 Irving'- ton OHO bu $275 Harry Seeley, Sec. 23 Irvlngton, GOO bu $270 Gregory G. Studer, Sec. 13 Irving' ton, 1786 bu $804 John L. Gerber, Sec. 20 Irvlngton, 748 bu $337 John L. Gerber, Sec. 2& Irvlngton, 1164 bu $.524 Godfred Strieker, Sec. 26 Irvington, 870 bu ' $392 Adolph Flsch, Sec. 1 Irvlngton, 690 bu $311 Adolph Flsch, Sec. 1 Irvlngton, 920 bu |414 Hannah Seefeld, Sec. 15 Irvlngton, 700 bu $315 Hannah Seefeld, Sec. 15 Irvlngton, 700 bu $315 Lcdyard. Jerry Heltland, Sec. 36 Ledyai-d, 1500 bu $675 Jerry Heitland, Sec. 36 Ledyard, 500 bu $225 Art E. Anderson, Sec. 22 Ledyard, 1000 bu $450 John Steenhard, Sec. 34 Ledyard, S50 bu $388 Jos. Kollasch, Sec. 28 Ledyard, 400 bu $igo Jos. Kollasch, Sec. 28 Ledyard, OO bu $495 Jos. Kollasch, Sec. 28 Ledyard, 1750 bu $733 Jos. Kollasch, Sec. 28 Ledyard, 1750 bu $ 78 g N. A. PJngel, Sec. 4 Ledyard, 500 bu $225 George Hagge, Sec. 5 Ledyard, SOO bu $ 360 J. A. Loyd, Sec 5 Ledyard, soo bu R. E. Johnson, Sec. 8 Ledyard, 1000 bu ?45o Lincoln. Ole Folkerts, Sec. m, Lincoln, 700 $450 P. L. Koppen Jr., Sec. 19 Lincoln, 450 bu $203 P. L. Koppen Jr., Sec, 19 Lincoln, 375 bu $169 P. L. Koppen Jr., Sec. 19 ' Lincoln, 375 bu $169 Nick Kirsch, Sec. 19 Lincoln',' 375 bu. $169 Herbert Jensen, Sec. n Lincoln, 1200 bu ? , 540 Albert Doden, Sec. 0.3 Llscoln, 400 bu ?180 Albert Doden, Sec. 13 Liscoln, GOO bu ?2 70 Ernest Heidecker, Sec. 10 Lincoln, 400 bu $ 180 Paul I-1'ortzke, Sec. 11,6 Uncoln, 050 bu .495 Paul Hjartzke, Sec. 11'6 Lincoln," 850 bu $093 J. Q Coder, Section 16 Lincoln, '100 bu $495 J. Q Coder, Section 16 Lincoln, SOO bu. $360 J. Q Coder, Section 16 Lincoln, 400 bu $i 80 lotts Creek. Gregory Elbert, Sec. G Lotts Creek, 1100 bu £4 95 Arthur Luedtke, Sec. 11 ' 'Lotts Creek, 725 bu $320 Otto Ruhnke, Sec. 9 Lotts Creek, 250 bu. ?H13 Otto Ruhnke, Sec. 9 Lotts Creek, 550 bu $248 >eo P. Walters, Sec. 10 Lott&-" Creek, 350 bu $153 Leo P. AValters, Sec. 1C Lotts- Creek, 600 bu 5970 Fred W. Blerstedt, Sec.7 ' 'lotts Creek, 1200 bu $,540 Mary Dau, Sec. 5 Lotts Creek, $360 SOO bu. Amanda Ruhnke, Sec. 8 Lotts Creek, 1000 bu. $450 Frank Meine, Sec. 27 Lotts Creek, 850 bu. $383 Frank Pompe, sec. 12 Lotts Creek, 700 bu. $315 John Meine, Sec. 22 Lotts Creek, 275 bu j 1 Frank Meine, Sec. 22 Lotts' Creek, 750 bu. $338 John Bisenius, Sec. 31 Lotts Creek, 900 bu $405 Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Sec.' 29 Lotts Creek, 2650 bu, . $1^13 Wm. Geilenfeld, Sec. lV "Lotts Creek 1500 bu $ G75 Hazel D. Lusby, sec, 35 Lotts Creek, 2700 bu $1015 Mllford Helgen, Sec. 13 'Lotts Creek, 1000 bu $450 R. H. Olsted, Sec. 30 Lotts Creek, 650 bu 1293 Mllford Bilgen, Sec. "13 " Lotts Creek, 1000 bu $450 Pearl Potter, Sec. 36 Lotts Creek, 1300 bu $585 Mrs. Jessie Dalziel, Sec. 3e" Lotts Creek, 1200 bu $ 540 Elizabeth Funk, Sec. 22 Lotts Creek, 725 bu «3 26 Elizabeth Funk, Sec. 22 Lotts Creek, 475 bu ^ 214 Lu Verne. Clement Hilyard, Sec. 4 Lu Verne 2000 bu $9, H. P. Mattoon, Sec. 17 Lu Verne S50 bu jj^jj Frank Clapsaddle, Sec. ' 14'' Lu Verne, 900 bu ?4( F. W Behnkendorf, Sec. 31 "LU Verne, 550 bu .-243 John BehnkendorJ, Sec. 17 'Lu- Verne, 500 bu « William Schlpull, Sec. 7 Lu Verne 2000 bu. ' Marinius Hansen, Sec. 6 Lu'verne 1100 bu »^ a5 E. S. Thomas, Sec. H8 Lu"Verne, 1200 bu. .. jg 40 Herbert Will, Sec. 2g"Li U'OO bu ,. 95 Isabelle Mauser, Sec. 3 Lu'Verne 1200 bu «' Charles W. Bosworth, Sec 114' Lu Verne, 450 bu « 2 &3 Emil Sorensen Sec. 12 Lu Ve'rno 1400 bu S630 Isabelle. Hauser, Sec. 4 Lu Verne 1699 bu. ' . Isabelle Hauser, Sec s'L""-" 1000 bu Clarence Corlew, Sec.'2'Lu'Verne* 600 bu ' E. B. Thomas, Sec. 18'L' 1200 bu $'540 Isabelle Hauser, Sec. 3 Lu Verne, .512 bu $230 Geo. Bhler, Sec, 13 Lu Verne. 2300 bu $1035 C. B. Meyers,, Sec. 24 Lu Verne, 1000 bu $450 R. B. Puffer, Sec. 2 Lu Verne, 600 bu $270 Flum Creek. Carl Albright, Sec. 15 Plum Creek, 800 bu $360 W. C. Ttiylor, Sec. 36 Plum Creek, 900 bu $405 Charles Gllbrlde, Sec. 32 Plum Creek, 650 bu , $293 Edmund Paertz, Sec. '24 Plum Creek, 2200 bu $990 Agnes Miller, Sec. 27 plum Creek, 600 bu. $225 Peter Schmidt, Sec. 27 Plum Creek, 2330 bu $1049 Henry E. Klamp, Sec. 7 Plum Creek 700 bu $315 W. M. Harrison, Sec. 22 Plum Creek, 675 bu $269 Ernest L. Gilbert, Sec. 29 Plum Creek, 1800 bu $810 Ernest L. Gilbert, Sec. 29 Plum Creek 900 bu $405 Louise Young, Sec. 34 Plum Creek, 1270 bu $-672 Louise Young, Sec. 34 Plum Creek, 710 bu. • $320 Louise Young, Sec. 23 Plum Creek, 860 bu $387 Louise Young, Sec. 23 Plum Creek, 700 bu $715 H. J. Bode, Sec. 20 Plum Creek, 2200 bu $990 Portland. F. A. Glbbs, Sec. 19 Portland, 1080 bu $450 F. A. Gibbs, Sec. 19 Portland, 420 bu $189 F. A. Gibbs, Sec. 19 Portland, 1200 bu $540 M. E. Larson Sec.l Portland, H1SO bu $518 Harry McChane, Sec. 18 Portland, 1000 bu $450 Robert W. Crawford estate, Sec. 19 Portland, 1000 bu $450 John P. Trunkhlll, Sec. 26 Portland, aS50 bu $833 W. A. Peters, Sec. 4 Portland, S50 bu $388 W. A. Peters, Sec. 4 Portland, 850 bu $388 E. R. Collinson, Sec. 35 Portland, 1200 bu. ' $540 John P. Trunkhlll, Sec. 26 Portland, 600 bu $270 John P. Trunkhill, Sec. 26 Portland, GOO bu $270 Clarence Larson, Sec. 25 Portland, 1285 bu $578 Earl Shipler, Sec. 35 Portland, 580 bu $261 Clifford Waltman, Sec. 36 Portland, 900 bu $405 'lifford Waltman, Sec. 30 Portland, 900 bu $405 Roy S. McWhorter, Sec. 33 Portland, 1350 bu $608 H. E. Rist & E. J. Van Ness, Sec. 4 [Portland, 956 bu $430 H. E. Rlst & E. J. Van Ness, Sec. 4 Portland, 370 bu $169 H. E. Rlst & E. J. Van Ness, Sec, 4 Portland, 956 bu $430 J. G. McDonald, Sec. 8 Portland, 485 bu $218 Prairie. Nick Arndorfer, Sec. 18 Prairie, 900 bu $405 William Klein, Sec. 16 Prairie, 1800 bu William Klein, Sec. 9 Prairie, bu $315 William Klein, Sec. 9 Prairie, 1000 500 bu §225 F. A. Seimer, Sec. 2 Prairie, 400 bu $180 Michael Wlngert, Sec. 14 Prairie, 400 bu $180 Michael Wlngert, Sec. 14 Prairie, 850 bu $383 C. E. Kollasch, Sec. 32 Prairie, 1400 bu $630 ! . E. Kollasch, Sec. 32 Prairie, 2900 bu $1305 H. G. Erdmann, Sec. 31 Prairie, 400 bu $18» Frank Erdmann, Sec. 31 Prairie, 900 bu $405 A. J. Carman, Sec. 1 Prairie, dl200 bu $540 Jans Schubert, Sec. 26 Prairie, 300 bu $405 Jake Schubert, Sec. 26 Palrle, 900 bu $405 M. A. Arndorfer, Sec. 16 Prairie, 1200 bu $540 John J. Lickteig, Sec. s Prairie, 700 bu $ 315 John J. Lickteig, Sec. 5 Prairie, 2300 bu $1035 Gregory G. Studer, Sec. 17 Prairie, 850 bu jagg Chas. p. Hansen, Sec. 30 Prairie, 900 bu $ 40 s W. L. Martin, Sec. 38 Prairie, 1300 bu $585 L. F. Wingert, Sec. 2 Prairte, 1335 bu ?601 Susie Gray, Sec. 2 Prairie, 1335 bu. $601 Julius G. Studer, Sec 28 Prairie 1200 bu | 54o Charles A. Stufllck, Sec. 30 Prairie, 1500 bu $575 Charles A. Stuflick, Sec. 30 Pral- rio 1100 bu $495 Herman J, Studer, Sec. 34 Prairie, 1200 bu. $540 Phillip J. Arndorfer, Sec. 7 Prairie, GOO bu. $970 Phillip j. Arndorfer, Sec. 7' PraT- rie, 1000 bu $450 Ramsey. Tom Cagley, Sr., Sec. 20 Ramsey, $1350 850 AOD9 Otta Vaske, Sec. 31 Ramsey,' 1400 , b "' _ $630 A. B. Lappe, Sec. 29 Ramsey, 1250 3000 bu. John Rentzel, Sec. 5 Ramsy, bu. bu. A. B. Lappe, Sec. 29 Ramsey, 1250 bu ...................... 35, Nick scholtes, Sec. 17 Ramsey, 1750 bu G63 Nick scholtes, Sec. 17 "Ramsey, 2150 bu ..................... »g Nick Scholtes, Sec. ,17 'Ramsey 2 500 bu ................... $1126 Byron, Robinson, Sec. 9 Ramsey 350 bu ..................... ? i Byron Robinson, Sec. 9 Ramsey, Frank Lapp* Sec, 32 Ramsey, 575 bu $259 John W. Brink, Sec. 30 Ramsey, &50 bu $29 John W. Brink, Sec. 30 Ramsey, 260 bu , $11! F. H. Meseher Sec. 19 Ramsey, 600 bu $270 Joo Vaske, Sec. 30- Ramsey, 600 bu $270 Joe Vaske, Sec, 30 Rainsey, 800 bu $300 Thomas Cogley Sr., Sec. 20 Ram 1 . sey, 2(1150 bu $968 Ole A. Johannesen, Sec, 21 Ramsey, 900 bu $405 Oliver & Ole Moe, Sec. 26 Ramsey, 1800 bu $810 Imelda Doyle, Sec. 14 Ramsey, 2000 bu $900 Andrew Johnson, Sec. 23 Ramsey, 700 bu $315 A. W. Kennedy, Sec, 6 Riamsty, 575 bu $259 A. W. Kennedy, Sec. 6 Ramsey, 700 bu $316 A. W. Kennedy, Sec. 6 Ramsey, 575 bu $269 Ulvcrilalc. H. L. Gilmore, Sec. 6 Rlverdale, 1800 bu $S10 ;•!. L. Oilmore & J. H. Fraser, Sec. 5 Rlverdale, 1700 bu $765 H. L. Gllmoro & J. H. Fraser, Sec. •5 Rlverdale, 2000 bu $900 John Orlger, Sec. 27 Rlverdale, 500 bu $225 William Reding, Sec. 15 Rlver- dalo, 750 bu $338 harles B. Plathe, Sec. 29 Riverdale, 2400 bu $1080 F. H. Runchey, Sec. 7 Rlverdale, 2200 bu $990 'ames Reding, Sec. 14 Riverdale, 1100 .bu $495 Conrad Mertz, Sec. 30 Rlverdale, 800 bu $3/60 Conrad Elmer, Sec, 30 Rlverdale, 800 bu $360 B. L. Kuhlmann, Sec. 19 Riverdale- 1000 bu $450 lizzie Wildin Sec. 6 Rlverdale, 1000 bu $450 N. J. Weydert, Sec. 8 Riverdale, 2500 bu $112B R. O. Butterfield, Sec. 22 Riverdale, 780 bu $351 . N. Thilges, Sec. 23 Rlverdale, 2800 bu .".. $1260 Frank Weydert, Sec. 8 Riverdale, 2500 bu $1125 B. L. Kuhlmann, Sec. 19 Riverdale 11200 bu $540 B. L. Kuhlmann, Sec. 19 Riverdale, 1500 bu $675 . F. Becker, Sec. 24 Riverdale, 600 bu $270 Victor Frlderes, Sec. 31 Rlverdale, 900 bu $405 Mat Hilbert, Sec. 13 Riverdale, 2650 bu $1193 John Becker, Sec. 35 Riverdale, 1200 bu $540 M. J. Kellner, Sec. 34 Riverdalo, 1800 bu $810 Peter J. Kirsch, Sec. 29 Rlverdale, 2000 bu $900 Henry Thilges, Sec. 20 Rlverdale, 1500 bu $675 Peter Kayser, Sec. 23 Riverdale, 1900 bu $855 Frank W. Kulow, Sec. 3 Riverdale, 1200 bu $540 Nick Fisch, Sec. 19 Riverdale, 400 bu $130 Nick Fisch, Sec. 19 Riverdale, 900 bu $405 Seneca. Anna V. Rentzel, Sec. 1 Seneca, 775 bu. $349 Peter Jansen, Sec. 29 Seneca, 400 bu $180 Peter Jansen, Sec. 29 Seneca, 400 bu $130 Herman Haiack, Sec. 7 Seneca, 600 bu $270 John Behrends, Sec. 25 Seneca, 1250 bu Chas. O. Jacobson, Sec. 19 Seneca, 820 bu $369 lias. O. Jacobson, Sec. 19 Seneca, 650 bu $293 Rahm, Getteviete IRahm, et at, to sattaify said execution, td-witi All that part of the Northeast Quarter and the East Half of the Northwest quarter of Section Thirteen (13), Township Ninety-five (96), North of Range Twenty-eight (28) lying and being north of the right- of-way of the Minneapolis A St. Louis Railway (foriherly Iowa Central & Western Railway Company) as now located over and across said premises, west of the 5th P. M. containing 116 acres, more or less, according to the Government survey thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing coats at public auction, *~ the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 23rd day of January, 1934, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the 'hour of 10 o'clock .a. m., of »aid day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Bated this 23rd day of December, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Blythe, Markley, Rule & Dibble, Plaintiff's. Attorneys. 16-17 Loan. (Continued on page 9) Want Ads IFOR SAILE—A FEW LOADS choice prairie hay in barn. 10pl7 ,VANT TO BUY — A YOUTH'S chair. Call Advance 254 WANTED — HAMPSHIRE BOAR. —iChas. Patterson, Burt. 6pl7 FOR SAlJE—2 SPOTTIEiD 'POLAND China boars.—<F. S. Thompson. 9pl6 SPECTACLES LOST—Gold frame. Left in postoffice; reward.—Call Advance. 10pl5 iFOR SAILE—250 LEGHORN HENS and pullets.-^. M. Arndorfer, St. Benedict. 10pl6 FOR SALE OR TRADE: HOTEN- tot electric oil burned; practically new.—Phone 381 or 293. 14ul6 KODAK FINISHING — ONE DAY service. Mail or bring your films. —Algona Art iStudio. 10pl5-16 YOU NiBED NO MONEY! I HAVE some good gilt and brood sows; Uso boars, Durocs.—Guy Giddings Burt - .19pl6 MIDDiLE-AGJ3D WOMAN, experienced cook and housekeeper wants work.—Mrs. A. Huber, Britt care James Martinek. 15pl7 FOR SALE-JJUROC JERSEY, PO- land China, Berkshire and Yorkshire spring and fall boars. Price reasonalble.-^Ben Studer, Wesley . 18ul6 800 bu. $360 Weert L. Asche, Sec. 12 Ramsey, 2000 bu ............. $900 Florlan Hellman, gee. 31 Ramsey TI125 <> bu ..................... $563 Herman Wertjes, Sec. 24, Ramsey, 1400 bu .......... ......... | 6 Herman Wertjes, Sec. 24 Ramsey T J. A. Devlne & Lai-son Merke, Sec. ,e Ramsey, £50 bu $040 Mrs. Mary Hatten, Sec. ?'r^msey, 1SOU t.n ................ jjjj.j Nick sandt, Sec. rs Ram^e'y,' 60U "U ................. $270 Jos Elsbecker Sec. 32 Ramsey' 800 bu ............... « 3( . 0 Jos Elsbecker Sec. 32 " Rainsey, 1100 bu sec - 3a WIFE WANTE-D-J AM 28; 5 FEET 9 ms.; 160 Ibs.; fair complexion, dark hair, gray eyes; farmer; Irish Catholic. Kind disposition. Prefer common housekeeper.—Write XO care Advance. 19pl6-l6 LEGAL NOTICES that .— by direct Dis- tthe NOTICE OF SHEEIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. S3. Notice is hereby given u virtue of Special Execution ed to me from the Clerk of 1_ tnct Court of Kossuth County Iowa, on a judgment rendered ' said Court on the l<5th day cemlber, 1933, in favor of ] Life Assurance Society of i ted States, as .plaintiff, and E. F. Rahm and Genevieve has wife, Jointly and seven defendants, for the sum of Thousand Thirty-seven and C*ll,037.40) Dollars and coi ed at One undred Seventy-o 70/100 (1171.70) Dollars and mg costs, I have levied — following described real i as the property of the eaid , of De- Equitable * the Uni- against . Ralim, severally, as " Eleven 40/100 costs, ta* -one and accru- upon the property 1 B. F. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. •Notice is hereby given that by irtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the llth day of December, 1933, in favor of John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance onupany of Boston, Massachusetts, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Southwest Quarter of Section 26, and the Northwest Quarter of Section 36, in Township 98 North, Range 30, West of the 5th P. M. except school house acre in southwest corner of said Southwest Quarter, Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Thirty- six Thousand Three Hundred Forty-three and 94/100 ($36,343.94) Dollars and costs, taxed at Four Hundred Twenty-two and 14/100 ('$422.14) Dollars and accruing coste, I have levied upon the fol- owing described real property as ;he property of the said James F. Murphy and Mary Murphy, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of Section Num- >er Twenty-five (25), and the Northwest Quarter ONW%) of Section Number Thirty-six (36) in Township number Ninety-eight (98) 'Jorth of Range number Thirty (30), West of the <5th . M. except school loose acre in southwest corner of said Southwest Quar- :er, Kossuth county, Iowa; and [ will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said :xecution with costs and accruing :osts at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 23rd day of January, 1934, at :he east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, towa, 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 23rd day of December, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa. •By Casey Loss, Deputy. Burt J. Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-17 Nineteen (19), Township One Hundred (106) North, Range Twetitjr- seren (2?) W<*t of the 6th P< M., Koastith county* low*! and 1 will proceed to sell said property, of so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for,cash, in hand, on the 23rd day of January, 1934, at the east door of the Court House in. Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock a. hi., Of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of December, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa, (By Casey Loss, Deputy. Burt J. Thdniipson, (Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-17 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the llth day of December, 1933, in favor of Metropoli- ;an Life Insurance Company of the City of New York, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Southeast Quarter of Section 24,Township 100, •forth, Range 28, West of the 5th P. M. and the Southwest Fractional Quarter of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section Nineteen (19), Township One Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Fifteen Thousand One Hundred Ninety-three and 06/100 (115,193.06) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two .Hundred Twenty-one and 63/100 ($221.53) • Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon ;he following described real property as the property of the said Carl F. B. Weyer, Margaretha Weyer, husband and wife, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: the Southeast Quarter (&E&) of Section Twenty-four (24), Township One Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5th P. M., and the Southwest Fractional Quarter (®W Fr. %) of the Southwest Fractional Quarter (SW Fr. i/ 4 ) of Section NEW DEAL FOR COUGHS AND SORE THROAT The medical profession has found that a Cold is an internal infection and must be treated internally. Thoxine, a doctor's prescription, for Coughs and Sore Throats, is based on this discovery. Unlike gargles salves, and cough syrups, which touch only the surf ace, Thox- ine goes directly to the internal cause, relieves congestion, reduces lever, and quickly brings you back to normal. Why take chances with a patent medicine when you can get this doctor's prescription for 35c? (Demand Thoxine at E W Lusby Drug Co. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 23rd day of December, 1933, in favor of Equitable iLife Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against iPhillip H. Hargreavea and Clara Hargreaves, his wife, jointly and severally, as defendants, for the sum of Thirty-four Thousand Seven Hundred Four and 18/100 ('$34,704,18) Dollars and costs, taxed at Four Hundred Four and 88/100 ($404.88) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said 'Phillip H. Hargreaves, Clara Hargreaves, et al, to satisfy said execution, towit: The Northwest Fractional Quarter and the Southwest Quarter (excepting commencing 2 rods east and 30 rods north of the southwest corner of said section, thence east 10 rods, thence north 40 rods, thence west 10 rods, thence south 40 roda, also commencing 70 rods north and 2 rods east of the southwest corner of said section, thence east 10 rods, thence north 148-1/3 feet, thence west 10 rods, thence south 148-1/3 feet, also commencing on the west line of said section 50 feet south N of the center of railway, thence running parallel with railroad right of way in an easterly direction 1700 feet, thence south 70 feet, thence west 1700 feet, thence north 70 feet to beginning, and excpting right-of-way of the C. M. & St. P. Railway) of Section 4, in Township 95, North of Range 29, West of the 5th P. M. containing 336 acres, more or less according to the Government survey thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for, cash, in •hand, on the 24th day of January, 1934, at the east door of the Court House in 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 23rd day of December, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Blythe, Markley, Rule & Dibble, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 16-17 NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE IN PARTITION No. 14789. In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. G. A. iBrunson, Plaintiff, vs. Zada Brunson; Kossuth County State Bank, a corporation; D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa; H. V. Hull, Examiner-in-Oharge of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa; Clayton Sill, Defendants. By virtue of an Order of sale directed to the undersigned Referee •from the Clerk of the above named Court in a Decree obtained in said Court on the 12th day of December, 1933, in favor of G. A. Brunson, as plaintiff, and Zada Brunson, Kossuth County State Bank, a corporation, D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, H. V. Hull, Examiner-in-Charge of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and Clayton Sill, as defendants, for the partition of real estate named in and described in said plaintiff's petition, I will on the 13th day of January, 1934, offer for sale to the highest bidder the following real estate situated in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW&) and <t!he West One- half of the Northeast Quarter (W% NiEVi) of Section Twenty (20), Township Ninety-tive (96), Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5th 'P. M., except achool lot and private road, to be sold subject to a lease of Clayton Sill for the year 1934 which lease will be assigned to the purchaser. " Terms of sale: One thousand dollars (11,000.00) cash at time of sale and balance on delivery of deed properly approved toy the District Court. Said sale to take place in front ot the east door of the Court House an Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a! m - oi said day, when and where due ^tendance will be given by the un- iDated at Algona, Iowa, this 15th, day of December, 1933.. 1B ,„ ®. J. VAN NESS, 16 " 17 Referee. LOANS UP TO 4MO.OO Would a personal loan of $100001 $200.00 or $800.00 help solve financial problems? We invite you to investigate otul personal loan plan on you> furni-I ture, auto and livestock. As long! as twenty months to repay. I You will find our service prompt 1 economical, and confidential. i n !| quire today for details without obJ ligation. —see- Federal Finance Co. 320 Do» Molncs Bldg. DCS Moines, I 8 jj H. N. KRUSE Appraiser BUSINESS DIRECTORY K088UTH COUNTT ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In 180t| Entered a« Second-Claw Matter I December SI, 1908. at the Poatofflwf at Algona, Iowa. Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYEBS . B. Quarton H. W. M1U«| QCARTON * MILLBS Law Offices. . Phone*: Office 427, residence Hi I Algona, Iowa. J. !>. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. , Office phone 480-W. Algona. lowt SULLIVAN, McMAHON ft LIN5AB 1. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoi! !>. E. Ldnnan Attorneys-at-Law. , Phones: Office, 261; J. W. 8., »0»;. 8. B. McM.. 408. Algona. Towl HABRDWTOir t L<WE B. J. Harrington J. D. Lowif Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 R. j. H. 44tE Office over Postofflce. 8. J. VAN NESS, O. W. STILLHAlf Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 218-W. Algena. lowijj D. Shumway B. D. 8MUMWAY A KELLY Attorneya-at-Law Office in Qulnby Block _ E8 Algona. leml • L. A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office In Quinby Building Phone 180 HIBAM B. WHITE . Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 20«. Aleona, lowafi P. A. DANSON Attorney.At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office. 460-J.; Res. SIS CABB6L A. WANDER Attorney-at-Law Office over Postoffice. Phone 65 Algona, hi A. Hutchison •' T. C. Hutehisoil HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON Attorneya-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 Algoml DOCTORS JOHN V.- KKVEF1CK" Physician and SnrgeoB Office over Rexall Drug Stor* Offloe phone SOO Rea. phone 326. C. H. CBETZMEYER, M, D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Oalbraith Block. Phones 444-310. P. V. JAN8E, M. D. ?hy»Mim and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street g Phones: Office. 666; residence, l«| __ _ Alsona, Iowa WALTEB FRA8EB, M. B. n«i Ph . y8l< '»an and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block i Phones; Office, 197; residence, 1«| ,. . W. D. ANDREWS, ». O. i Oiteopathlc Ffaytlelan .nd 8irr»J Located In General Hospital. Phone*; Office 187, Rea. flgg. ==1== DENTISTS »B. H. M. OLSON Dentlit, Gas or novocaine used for traction. Located over Chrtstensen Stow. Pnonea: Business 166, residence """ Algona, Iowa " VETERINARIANS ••' • . *. W. FOX J. B. WFVKEL Veterinarian* Weat State Street, Algona Phones: Office. 476-W.: rea. 476- INSUHANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 115,000,000 worth of tasurana in force. A home company, ' secure, D. D. Paxson, Secret MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE

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