Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTtt dOtfNW ADVANCB, ALQOMA. IO 666 {Liquid Tablets, Sftlre, Hose Drops (Checks Colds first day, Headchea 01 Veuralgia in 80 minutes. Malaria in I days. FETE LAXATIVE AND TOJTIC ' Most Speedy Remedies Known. "STOMACH PAINS SO BAD I COULD HARDLY WORK" Says C. S. Gross: "After taking Dr. Emil's Aclla Tablets the pains 'are gone and I eat anything." Try !Adla treatment on money .back guarantee.—A. H. OBorchardt, Druggist. BUSINESS DIRECTORY LOANS (Continued from page 1.) KOSSCTH COUNTT ADTANCH JWeekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered as Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908. at the Postofflc* at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS ST. B. Quarton H. W. Millei QUABTOJf A MILLEB Law Offices. JPbonesr Office 427, residence 114 Algona, Iowa. J. I/. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 468-W. Algona, Iowa. BUMJTAN, McMAHON & LINNAK y. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Lin nan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones:' Office, 261; J. W. S., J09; B. E. McM., 403. Algona, low* HARRINGTON & LOWE JR. J. Harrington J. J). Lowe Attorneys-at-Law jPhone 2S7 R. J. H. 440 Office over Postoffice. B. J. TAN NESS, G. W. STIL1M AH Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algcna, low* fet. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj 8HDMWAT ft KELLY Attorneys-at-Law _ effice in Quinby Block phone 58 Algona, low* I/. A. WIKKEL Atttornoy-nt-Law Office in Quinby Building Phone 180 HIBAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. phone 206. Algona. Iowa P. A. DANS03T Attorney-At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. 815 CARROL A. WANDER Attorney-at-Law Office over Postoffice. Phone 65 Algrona, la, A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 Algona DOCTORS . JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Stor» Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. » ___________ C. H. CRETZMETER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. Algona Iow , P. T. JANSE, M. B. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, 801 Algona, Iowa r . _»___ WALTEB FBASEB, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 i ____^______ JIELYIN G. BOURNE 'Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phonea: Office. 197; residence, 21J W. B. ANDREWS, ». 0. Osteonathlc Physician and Surgeoi Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187. Res. 688. DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for extraction. Located over Chrlstensen Store. Phones: Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS I/. W. FOX [ J. B. WINKEIi , Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 476-W.: res. 476-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $16,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Safe secure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary. MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE <Algona, Iowa J. A. Raney, Section, 34 Burt, 990 bu $44 J. A. Raney, Section, 34 Burt, '550 bu $24 J. A. Raney, Section, 34 Burt, 350 bu $29 J. A. Raney, Section, 34 Burt, 700 bu $31 Herman Kohler, Sec. 15 Bunt, 1100 bu $49 A. Hutchison, Sec. 24 Burt, 800 bu $3G' A. Hutchison, Sec. 24 Burt, 675 bu $249 Wm. H. Haaclc, Sec. 31 Burt, 320 bu $14 J. M. Blanchard, Section 8 Burt, 300 bu $135 J. M. Blanchard, Section 8 Burt, 300 bu $13 ,T. it Blanchard, Section S Burt, 300 bu. ., $135 J. M. Blanchard, Section S Burt, 300 bu $135 J. M. Blanchard, Section S Burt, 300 bu $135 J. 31, Blanchard, Section 8 Burt 300 bu $135 Buffalo. George Peterson, Sec. 10 Buffalo, 700 bu $315 John Jutting, Section 12 Germa.n 320 bu $144 John Jutting, Section 12 German, 550 bu ?248 Loula T. & D. B. Bayer, Sec. 29 Buffalo, 700 bu §315 Loula T. & D. B. Sayer, Sec. 29 'Buffall, 1200 bu §540 Vincent Helfner, Sec. US Buffalo, 775 bu $349 Paul Tienan, Sec. 9 Buffalo, GOO bu $270 Geo. G. Eden, Sec. 14 Buffalo, 850 bu $383 George G. Eden, Sec. 23 Buffalo, 350 bu $158 George G. Eden, Sec. 23 Buffalo, 750 bu $338 •eorge G. Eden, Sec. 23 Buffalo, 750 bu $338 George G. Eden, Sec. 23 Buffalo, 650 bu $293 S. Crowell, Sec. 33 Buffalo, 1200 bu $540 Anna M. Christensen, Sec. 33 Buffalo, 700 bu $315 VilUam Peterson, Sec. 22 Buffalo, 700 bu ^ $315 Cresco. -. A. & H. J. Vipond, Sec. 9 Cresco, 1700 bu $765 H. C. Doerner, Sec. 33 Creeco, 850 bu $383 . Wernert, Sec. S Creeco, 550 bu. $248 A. Rochleau, Sec. 28 Cresco, 1500 bu $675 , A. Drone, Sec. 25 Cresco, 32«5 bu $146 lilbert Hargreaves, Sec, 4 Cresco, 1000 bu '..... $450 Gilbert Hargreaves, Sec. 4 Cresco, 1000 bu $450 '. W- Cairy, sec. 8 Creeco, 9715 bu. $439 Vugust Brown, Sec. 7 Cresco, 2300 $11035 'red W. Bierstedt, Sec. 22 Creeco, 300 bu $135 Agatha Green Goeders, Sec. 16 Cresco, 1000 bu $450 Louis Germann, Sec. 20 Cresco, 1300 bu $585 I. J. Jones, Section 23 Cresco, 440 bu $11,98 I. J. Jones, Section 23 Cresco, 11200 bu $540 I. J. Jones, Section 23 Cresco, 400 bu $180 !. E. Detrick, Sec. 3 Cresco, 725 bu $326 Eagle. -I. A. Steckling, Sec. 33 Eagle, 1050 bu $473 sabolle Nicoulin, Sec. 32 * Eagle, 900 bu $405 \.. C. Haneen, Sec. 34 Eagle, 1000 bu $450 lari-y Helgason, Sec. 8 Eagle, 700 bu $3|H5 Fenton. 2hrls Heise, Sec. .5 Fenton, 2200 bu. .; $990 ndrew Tlhomeen, Sec. t i4 Fenton, 340 bu $153 .ndrew Thomson, Sec. a.4 Feniton, 650 bu $293 I. E. Bui-wash, Sec. 9 Fenton, 475 bu $214 !mil J. Newel, Sec. 6 Fenton, 1000 bu $450 Emil J. Newel, Sec. 6 Fenton, 1000 bu $450 Louis Wegener, Sec. 2 Fenton, 850 bu $383 Garfield. i.. D. Burtis (Ferdinand & Ernest W. Meyer,) Sec 36 Garfield, 3000 bu $1350 'filer M. Watnem, Sec. 23 Garfield, 3100 bu $139:5 '. C. Hartshorn, 'Sec, 28 Garfield, 3500 bu $11575 ohn N. Hilleseth, Sec. 1 Garfield, 1300 bu $58'5 iheoclor Evenson, Sec. 315 Garfield, 2SOO bu $12.60 'harles Anliker, Sec. 11 Garfield, 1200 bu 'harles Anliker, Sec. 11 Garfield, 600 bu $270 'harles Anliker, Sec. H Garfield, 1-400 bu $630 J . O. Dorwedler, Sec, 4 Garfield, 2000 bu $900 J . O. Dorweller, Sec, 28 Garfield, 1800 bu $8io s T atha A. Bamvart, Sec, 14 Garfield, H 000 bu $450 5 eter Meiitz, Sec. 25 Garfield, 2000 bu ?900 linnie M. Habegar, Sec, 9 Garfield, 1050 bu $473 Minnie M. Habegar, Sec. 9 Garfield, 1050 bu $473 E. J. Dahl, Sec. 2s Garfield,, 1100 bu $495 'aul P. (Banwart, Sec. 7 Garfield 1300 bu $585 German. Ubbe Winter, Sec. 26 German, 1000 bu $450 Heyo Bockelman, Sec. 28 German, 800 bu $360 T . L. Intei-miU, Sec. 29 German, 970 bu $437 Telke Meyer, Sec. 10 German, 350 eorge Schroeder, Sec. 5 German, 500 bu, $225 T. C. Schoper, Sec. 3 German, 1GOO bu $720 lenry P. Harms, Sec. 30 German, 580 bu $961 The Liquidation Corp, Sec. 8 German, 530 bu $239 The Liquidation Corp, Sec. 8 German, 700 bu $ 315 The Liquidation Corp, Sec. 8 German, 800 bu $3.60 TUie Liquidation Corp, 'Sec. 8 German, 580 bu $26(1 B. Penning Sec. 12 German,' 900 bu. ¥405 . J. Harms, Sec. 33 German, 300 bu $135 Safe Driving Hint By'Iowa Motor Vehicle Dcpt. "Weaving" VW'EAVING in and out of traffic is a dangerous practice, not vy only to the driver doing it but also to other drivers on the highway. There is little to be gained by it, and everything to be lost. The amount of time saved in 20 miles of driving in this unsafe manner is almost negligible and certainly is not worth the risk. For every yard of headway made by the "weaving" driver, scores of other drivers are thrown into confusion and the orderly progress of traffic is disturbed and delayed. Moving" the greatest number of vehicles on a highway at the highest safe speed requires order. The wearing driver is a menace, both to himself and to others, o Stay in line—be orderly—respect the rights of others. Greenwood. Veva Thompson, Sec. 31 Greenwood, 500 bu $2 1 25 Vmbrose Lentsch, Sec. 16 Green wood, 750 bu.- $33,! '. A. Cummlngs, Sec. 2 Greenwood, 750 bu $338 '. A. Cummings, Seq. 32 Greenwood, '1100 bu $495 '. A. Cumminge, Sec. 36 Greenwood, 1250 bu $563 ». A. Cummlngs, Sec . 17 Greenwood, 2500 bu $11126 . A. Devine, Sec. 12 Greenwood, H500 bu $675 V. J. Lentsch, Sec. 6 Greenwood, 750 bu ohn Herbers, Sec. 8 Greenwood, 2'50 bu $111 Grant. ohn J. Ramse, Sec. 17 Grant, 2000 bu $900 ',. J. Heiken, Sec. 27 Grant, 900 bu $405 Henry Selberg, Sec. 35 Grlant, 900 bu $405 G. W- Anderson, Sec. 33 Grant, 350 bu $158 'rank Boever, Sec. 27 Granit, 37 ! 5 bu $169 . J. Patterson, Sec. 26 Grant, 550 bu '$24,8 I. J. Harrington, (Gdn) Sec. 8, Cresco, 500 bu $225 V. L. Dorsey, Sec, 2.S Grant, 600 bu. $270 Harrison. !arl CB. Smeltzer, Sec. 24 Harrison, 350 bu §158 arl B. Smeltzer, Sec. 24 Harrt 850 bu $383 •J. A. Smith, Sec. 11 Harrison, 800 bu, $360 ohn Whitaker, Sec. 24 Whittemore, 1100 bu $495 ohn Whitaker, Sec. 24 Whittemore, 1475 bu $654 Irvington. jr. S. Buchanan, Sec. 35 Irving-' ton, 850 bu $383 jr. S. Buchanan, Sec. 13 Irvington, 1700 bu $765 VI. P. Weaver, Sec. _ Irvington, 1600 bu $720 Etta J. Wood, Sec. 33 Irvington, 280 bu $(1126 Etta J. Wood, Sec. 33 Irvington, 630 bu $294 Jtta J. Wood, Sec. 33 Irvington, S90 bu $g55 lartin Becker, Sec. 21 Irvington, 1000 bu. ' $450 i. J. Van Ness & Hugh Herman, Sec. 21 Irvington, 11000 bu. .. $450 eorge Wolf, Sec. 33 Irvington, 800 bu $360 jeorge Scuffmlan, Sec, 32 Irving-'ton, 800 bu $360 'Mllip Schemel, Sec. 11 Irving- iton, 1100 bu $495 'rank Weber, Sec. 33 Irvington, 1500 bu $675 'rank Weber, Sec, 33 Irvington, 1500 bu $67,5 I. P. Weaver, Sec. '2 Irvington, 1SOO bu $810 1. J. Skilling, Sec. 30 Irvington, 400 bu. $1180 I. J. Shilling, See. 30 Irvington, 300 bu f|l35 [icQieal H. Peffer, Jr. Sec. 10 Irvington, 2000 bu $900 Lu Verne. '. C. Scharlach, Sec. 28 Lu Verne, 450 bu $203 '. C. Scharlach, Sec. 28 Lu Verne, 1950 bu $878 '. C. Scharlach, Sec. 28 Lu Verne, 2000 bu. $900 Vm. Hardcopf, Sec. 27 Lu Verne, 750 bu $338 ~ nr Tn. Hardcopf, Sec. 22 Lu Verne, 950 bu $423 Vm. Hardcopf, Sec. 27 Lu Verne, 1800 bu, $810 Vm. Hardcopf, Sec. 27 Lu Verne, 1100 bu $495 lat S. Marty, Sec. 33 Lu Verne, 11075 bu $484 lat S. Marty, Sec, 33 Lu Verne, 1200 bu $540 .dam E. Marty, Sec. 21 Lu Verne, 384 bu $|ii73 Utam E. Marty, Sec. 21 Lu Verne, 1050 bu $473 . S. Buchanan, Rec., City of Lu Verne, 5500 bu $2475 . S. Buchanan, (City) Lu Verne, 2300 bu $1035 . S. Buchanan, Rec. Section fl Lu Verne, 400 bu $180 j. S. Buchanan, Rec, Section 6 Lu Verne, 1400 bu $630 i. S. Buchanan, Sec . 26 Lu Verne, 1450 bu $653 jr. s. Buchanan, Sec . 26 Lu Veren, 800 bu $360 jr. S,. Buchanan, Section 34 Lu- Verne, 1800 bu $gie Henry F. Weber, Section 23 Lu Verne, 1600 bu $720 'rederick Will, Sec. 14 Lu Verne, 900 bu $405 arl Johnson, Sec, 21 Lu Verne, 950 bu $423 [ick WUlger, Sec. 9 Lu Verne, 1300 bu $585 [ick Willger, Sec. 9 Lu Verne, 1400 bu $630 William Hardcoff, Sec. 22 Lu Verne, 2300 bu $1035 harles H. Miller, Sec. 29 Lu- Verne, 1000 bu $450 lary A. Genrdch, Sec, 18 Lu- Verne, 900 bu, $405 O. F. Price &wf. Sec. 17 Lu Verme, 2000 bu $900 Irs. Katie Huff, Sec. 28 Lu Verne 2600 bu Ledyard. August Kllnksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard, 900 bu | 405 August Klinksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard, 900 bu. $405 August Klinksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard, 900 bu. $105 August Klinksiek, Sec. _ Ledyard, 900 bu. $405 August Klinksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard, 900 bu ..................... |40 JohanTia, Bosma, Sec. ll ; 4 Ledyapd, 1 lOOa bu ..................... $45 Johanna Bosnia, Sec. 114 Ledyai-d, 400 bu ......... .' ........... $(18 Johanna Bosma, Sec. fli4 Ledyard, 400 bu ..................... $18 August Kromer, Sec. 9 Ledynird, 1200 bu ..................... $54 August Klinksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard. 900 bu ..................... $40 August Klinksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard. 900 bu ..................... $40 August Klinksiek, Sec. 2 Ledyard. 900 bu ..................... $401 Frank Wiemer, Sec. 5 Ledyard, 1600 bu ................... $72( 'Prank Wiemer, Sec. 16 Ledyard, 1600 bu ................... $720 Frank Wiemer, Sec. 8 Ledyard, 1800 bu ............... ...... $81 Frank Wiemer, Sec. 8 LedyUrd, 1SOO bu ..................... $8i Frank Wiemer, Sec. 5 Ledyard, 2400 bu ................... $lflSO Frank Wiemer, fSsc. 8 L-Hlyard, 1000 bu. .,' .................. J45C Frank Wiemer, Sec. 8 Ledyard, 1800 bu ................... SS10 Frank Wiemer, Sec. 8 Ledyanl, 1500 bu ..................... $675 Frank Wiemer, See. 8 Ledyard, 600 bu ..................... $270 Elso Jansen, Sec. 26 Ledyard, 700 bu ......................... $31115 Lotts Creek. Severn Opheim, Sec. 21 Lotts Creek, 1000 bu ............. $450 Wm. Mscher, Sec. 25 Lobts Creek, 1000 bu ..................... $450 Wm. Fischer, "Sec. 2'5 Lotts Creek, 1300 bu ..................... $585 J. E. & G. A. Crawford, Sec. 33 Lotts Creek, 1000 bu ....... $450 J. W. McCreery, Sec. 27 Lotts Creek, 730 bu, .............. $329 J. W. McCreery, Sec. 27 Lotts Creek, 720 bu ............. $324 Frank SchalMn, Sec. '23 Lotts Creek, 800 bu ........ ....... $360 Frank Schallin, Sec. 23 Lotts Creek, 500 bu ............ ; $226 Joseph B. Lelninger, Sec. 22 Lotts Creek, 600 bu ............. $225 Karl Dreyer, Sec. 2 Lotts Creek, (600 bu .................... \ J270 Karl Dreyer, Sec. _ Lotts Creek, 300 bu J. S. Crowell, Sec. 22 Lotts Creek, 1040 bu ..................... $468 Lincoln. Adam Peffer, Sec. 17 Lincoln, 1900 u ......................... $855 Julius Jensen, Sec. 11 Lincoln, 1000 bu ..................... $450 Thomas Bosma, Sec. 2 Lincoln, 700 bu, .................... $315 George Griese, Sec. 30 Lincoln Ray Ennen, Sec. 30 Lincoln, 1000 bu $450 Ray Ennen, Sec. 30 Lincoln, 740 »u $283 Frank Koppen, 'Sec- 29 Lincoln, 440 bu jig j H. J, Krull, Sec. 29 Lincoln, 570 bu $257 William Wirtjes, Sec. 27 Lincoln, 700 bu $31,5 Henry Wintjes, Sec. 33 Lincoln, 1000 bu $450 Fred Ubben Sec. 29 Lincoln, 900 bu $405 Prairie. A. S. Studer, Estate, Sec.3 Prairie, 1000 bu $450 A. S. Studer, Estate, Sec.3 Prairie, 750 bu $338 A. S. Studer, Estate, Sec,3 Prairie, 750 bu .$338 Rosa Arndorfer, Sec. 16 Prairie, 1200 bu. $,540 Rosa Arndorfer, Sec. 16 Prairie, 1200 bu $540 J. J. O'Neill, Section 14 Prairie, 600 bu $270 J. J. O'Neill, Section 14 Prairie, 650 bu $293 Erik Peterson, Sec. 23 Pritlrie, '550 bu $248 Erik Peterson, Sec. 23 Prairie, 1025 bu Edward L. Gink, Sec. 4 Prairdei 1100 bu $495 G. A. Roland, Sec. 8 Prairie, mo bu G. A. Roland, Sec. 8 Prairie] 1950 bu $ 87g . A. Roland, Sec. 8 Prairie, 2450 bu $| l!l02 G. A. Roland, Sec. 8, Prairie, 19-50 bu $878 Estate O f Horltio N. Boshell, Sec. 8 Prairie, 2000 bu ........... $900 Estate of Horitio N. Boshell, Sec. 8 Prairie, 2000 bu ........... $900 Julius Kunz, Section « Prairie, 2300 bu ................... $ 10 35 Julius Kunz, Section 6 Priairle, GOO bu ..................... $270 Julius Kunz, Section 5 Prairie, 400 bu ....................... $ 1 Julius Kunz, Sec, 10 Pradrie, H300 bu. $585 John Weig, Sec. n Prairie, 700 bu M. H. Heiter, Sec. 14 Prairie, 1900 b " .......... • .............. $855 P. F. Immermfall, Sec, 18 Pradrie, 1200 bu ..................... ?5 James Brophy, Sec. is Prairie, 1100 bu ..................... 5455 George Vltzthum, fiec. 13 Prairie, f'OO bu ..................... $4 Henry Ricke, Section 12 Prairie, 1200 bu ..................... $ 5 Henry Ricke, Section 12 Pradrie, 1400 bu ..................... « 63<) Louis Kutschara, Sec. 5 Prairie, •650 bu ..................... $248 Portland. O. Mann, Sec. 22 Portland, 950 bu. $423 A. Samson, Sec. 32 Portland, 320 bu. $144 ! . A. Samson, Sec. 32 Portland, 1100 bu FtafliCrMlt. ' Jefln Wolcbtt, Sec. 27 Plum Creek, 2500 bu- >,u. $1126 tcmore, 1200 bu, 4,.,,... t». $840 M«f*wi, fl«o. -7 WHitt*- Slotnan Smldt, Sec. 86 JUimsey, 425 bu. .................... (190 Anna Nurse (Admix), Sec. 29 Ram- ' sey, 600 bu i.». $270 Anna Nurse (Admix), Sec. i29 Rcun- sey, 600 bu > , $270 Carl W. Prlebe, Sec. B Ramsey, 1200 bu , $540 Cavl W. Prlebe, Sec. 6 Ramsey, i380 bu $171 Anton Stork, Seo, 23 Romeey, BOO bu $226 Wm. C. Custard, Sec. 34 Ramsey, 726 bu $326 j Ernest A. Wortman, Sec. 1 |l(Ramsey, 300 bu $1-38 Ernest A. Wortman, Sec. 1 URam> eey, 450 bu $203 A. T. Foth, Sec. 32 Ramsey, 950 bu $428 Clyde Shipler, Sec. 11 Ramsey, 1800 bu $810 Rivet-dole, Peter Reding, Sec. 3>2 Rlverdale, 800 bu $360 James TMillges, Sec. 115 Rlverdale, 1400 bu $630 Ralph L. Stumbo, Sec. .21 Riverdale, 450 bu $203 James .'Reding, Sec. 20 Rlverdale, 1600 bu >$720 Peter Reding, Sec. 32 Rlverdale, 800 ton $360 Louis Schmi-t, Sec. 21 Rlverdale, 1900 bu . s .. $855 Nlok N. Thilges, Sec. 17 Rlverdale, 3200 bu $1440 Wm. Beoman, Sec, 25 Rlverdale, 800 bu, ........ ;.... $3'60 Leonard Thilges, Sec. 5 Rlverdale, 1100 bu $495 Leonard Thilges, Sec. 9 River-dale, 1300 bu $585 H. M, Thilges Sec. 9 Rlverdale, 2400 bu J1080 Sherman. David Huff, Sec. 26 Sherman, 17-50 bu $788 S. Buchanan, Sec. 2 Sherman, 2450 bu $11102 G. S. Buchanan, Sec. 2 Sherm&n, 1200 bu $540 G. S. Buchanan, Sec. 2 Sherman, '500 bu $22:5 G. S. Buchanan, Sec. 2 Sherman, 1100 bu $495 G. S. Buchanan, Sec. 1 ©herman, 4300 bu $1935 J. G. Miller, Sec. 1 Sherman, 600 bu $270 Frank Youngwirth, Sec. 1 Sherman, 4150 bu $1868 Harold Neilson, Sec. 15 Sherman, 400 bu $180 Stephen Loss, Sec. 8 Sherman, 600 bu. $270 Jesse Huff, Sec. 26 Sherman, 1750 bu $788 Swea. Henry Kollasch, Sec. 25 Swea, 750 bu $338 John Deim, Sec. 35 Swela, '&50 bu. $293 W. E. Ley, Sec. 22 Swea, 450 bu. $203 W. E. Ley, Sec. 22 Swea, 450 bu. $203 Frank Deim, Sec. 35 Swea, 275 bu $124 Rasmus Madison, Sec. 29 Swea, 1500 bu $67>5 Alice C. Swanson, Sec. 22 Swea, 800 bu $360 Harry Helgasoh, Sec, 6 Swea, I'.OO bu $495 M. J. Kennedy, Section 33 Swea, 1100 bu $495 VI. J. Kennedy, Section 33 Swea, 1250 bu $563 Alton Ferguson, Sec. 27 Swea, 700 bu $315 Springfield. • A. C. Klocke, Sec. 32 Springfield, 350 bu $158 A. C. Klocke, Sec. <32 Springfield, 350 bu. r. $168 VaKer Scott, Sec, 31 Springfield, 600 bu $270 Vallter Scott, Sec. 31 Springfield, 400 bu. $180 Henry J. Kdhlhaas, Sec. 20 Sherman, 1150 bu, ; $5118 . C. Neilson, Sec. 30 Springfield, lliOO bu $4915 . C. Neilson, Sec. 30 Springfield, 1400 bu $630 . C, Nlelson, Sec, 33 Springfield,, 11200 bu $540 Seneca. ilaiitin Thorsen, Sec. 21 'Seneca, 650 bu $293 lenry Kuecke, Sec. 24 Seneca, 800 bu $'360 rfartin Tiiorsen, Sec. 21 Seneca, 500 bu $225 Thomas Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, 950 bu $423 Thomas Murphy, Sec. 25 Seneca, 860 bu. $387 D. Sterling, Sec. 23 Seneca, 460 bu $207 B. D. Sterling, Sec. 23 Seneca. 360 bu $162 Union. Mark Stanlton, Sec. 36 Union, 450 $203 .lark Stanton, Sec. 36 Union, ttl50 bu $ |518 lenry Marlow, Sec. 2 Union, 850 bu - $383 lenry Mai-low, Sec. 2, Union, 1700 bu ?76S . R. Crudkshank, Sec. 32 Union, 1600 bu $720 3ert Peck, Section 18 Union, 1100 bu $ 495 iert Peck, Section 18 Union, 500 bu $225 i. J. Lowman, Sec. 32 Union. HOO bu $495 lohi Lowman, Sec. 32 Union 1100 bu $495 W .J. Jenklnson, Sec. 27 Union, 900 bu $ 405 Whittemore. Essie Sullivan, Sec. 12 Whltte- more, 1500 bu $575 leven Bauman, Sec. 21 Whittemore 1280 bu $576 'eter Fandel, Sec. __, Whittemore, 1900 bu ?855 Pred Lehman, Sec. 17 Whlttemore, 1100 bu .495 Everett Witham, Sec. 2 Whittemore, 9r50 bu $423 Carl Voight, Sec. 33 Whittemore, "00 bu $ 585 Henry & John Haag, Sec. 30 Whittemore, 1&60 bu $477 osephine Haag, Sec. so 'whitte- tnore, lioo bu $495 Essie Sullivan, Sec. 12 Whittemore, 1000 bu .450 Peter Kollasch, Sec, i'o Whittemore, lOOi) bu 14 'illie Wagner, Sec. 9 Whittemore, 240 bu $ 108 . W. Simpson, Sec. 2 Whittemore 1050 bu » 473 '. O, & Howard WttJham,"sec. 2 Whittemore, 1050 bu $473 Mike Besch, Sec. 23 WMtteoiore 1900 bu, , tg ' 55 lenry Fehr Sec. 3. Whittemore, 1000 bu « 450 Jenry B. Theil, Sec.'.e'wiiitte- 800 bu Schumacher, Sec. ,8 Whit- more, .000 bu. i > , , , , 4 , • < . .i < $§06 w«*i«r. Orvllle Hetiricte, See. 82 1140*0 bu. deo. F. Pomtrier, Seo. _ Wesley, 850 btl, ............... ,,,.. $383 Geo. F. Pommer, Sec. '£ Wesley, •800 bU ...... . ....... .....',. $960 Geo. V, Pomitter, Sec. 2 Wesley^ 960 bu. . ... ..... ... ........ $423 Geo. F\ Pommer, See. 2 Wesley, Clnrenee esrfeld, S«c, SO . #66 W. ' ««i i r I ft i ...... 111 i ( f Mi) Fred Seefeid, ge& 12 W«»t«y t i.4* bu ,.....,...,. (ii §568 Christ IB*. Seefeid, Sso, 12 W«*W. H 740 bu. ..,,...., Gksorge B, fitittt&f, Sec. _8 Wesley, 1600 bu. ................ It, J< Sherman, 846. 25 <W«al6ft ftSOO bti. .................... $910 Frank Johnson Sec. 21 Wesley 900 bu 1405 Frftnk Johnson Sec. 21 Wesley W)00bu. Outsldo <J. 8, Buchanan, Scc'"^'"l .700 bu I. _7' 3 5 01 City of Algol,',,""' W. A. Wliite, city V* 20B2 bu. ... ot jpHINimNM^ Closing-Out Public Sal 5 Having decided to quit farming I will offer the following property at 3 ing out sale at the farm one mile east of Whittemore 'on the old No. is = road, on , .. -., ,-.• Monday, February 26, 19. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 1 O'CLOCK 1 Horse 1 Smooth mouth, weight 1,400 pounds. Six Head of Cattle All milk cows Holsteins and Durhams. | FARM MACHINERY, ETC. s Rock Island 8-ft. disc, in' good condition; 1 wagon and buggy- 2-se™, jS drag; John Deere corn plow; bob sleigh; one and one-half horsepower eneia = lawn mower; Ford electric milker; Galloway cream separator; walking p] jg grinder; slip scraper; set of harness; 6 tons of alfalfa hay; 11-ft. hay rake. = Furniture and dishes; bed mattresses and springs; chairs and tables= swing; sewing machine; rugs. TERMS— Cash, or see your banker. tied lor. •,''., • No property to be removed until I Henry Frambach, Pro] g COL. C. 0. RIDDLE, Auct, FRANK BESTENLEHNEB, i llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH^ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH I FARM SAL I In order to reduce our farm operations we are offering the following at pi J lie auction at the farm 2 miles west of Algona on No. 18, and 1 1-4 miles north! = the first road west of the golf links, on , February SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 4 Head of Good Hors One is a six-year-old mare. •^••mMH One Mule | Farm Machinery, Etc. S T WO wagons and boxes, one 4-in. tire and the 5_g section drag; drag cart; garden ^^^^^^^^^""^^'^'"^••^•••••^^^^^^^^^^•••{^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Ten Bushels of Yellow Dent Seed Cornj ""• '"'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BIBI(MHHB(|^^|HJ^p| TERMS: Cash, or see your banker. ^^^^^^^^^^^^MIIMIII^miPPI^HIIIH^HIj^^^HBijj^Hj^^^^B^HH Jacob Winkel Auctionee Wednesday. '*•) w. JCVUS_.CB. '••'•WW-MWWWS^IM^,^,,,-,

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