Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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tUNTYH,D,A. M^ ~— m»m,___^^^^^ eau Pro^t Women Act Ko&suth Corn Growers Win at State Corn-Grain Show lalcTwp. Girl* t to Form New our-H Club. t n^ Muriel learcrton ,£ J project et at Mrs. A. Q. Smith'*, Tuesday for les- Kossuth corn growers again „„„. Onstrated ability to grow and selcc, good corn njt tho annual state corn and small grain show nit iowa state cplleffo held recently in conjunction with the 34th annual Fnrni and Home week. Corn from this vicinity is entered ds the northern section, which comprises 19 counties, or all count lea lying north of a line across the state parallel with the boundary of Kosauth. Edward R. Mawdslcy. Irvlngkm captured first and seotlon stakes in two professional southern awcop classes on 10 and 80 efara respectively oth er Winners In thoiio-cnr class Included: 2, Fred dolgcl, Irvlng,ton; 3 Arthur Look, Lu Verne; 4, A n Schenck, Algona; o ns , Ben Heyes Jr., Louis nd J «•' Warburton, county ™ from Ledyard: Mes- fc Ukena, Howard Jensen, elkamP, Arthur Anderson, Walter Hans, Jerry mship chairman, Julia W, i George Winter, I,. A. Hi Holcomb, Charles Eg- ndijotaHeetland, also Bm- taicht, 4-tfI leader. ' • - - . . afternoon pictures of the nd leaders were taken for netit day posters. ortland-Burt Meeting. F. ii. iRyerson, near Burt, bstess for a fourth home! ment lesson for (Portland Jurt township women last (Wednesday, when buying as regards bedspdmgs, hses, sheets, pillowcases; and i were studied. The proper of making a bed and its lere included, and special .problems were discussed, a covered-dish luncheon, Ted, from Burt township |esd»mes W. A. Petera, Alviri cn, C. <E. Bahling, E. H. Sta- I M. 0. Richards, also Edna and attending from Port- Iwnship were Mesdames B. pier, township chairman, rrunldiill, S. M. Peterson, Koestler, C. E. Sigsbee, and IcWhorter, also Beulah I<ar- Krs. Evelyn Graham, former- lutstanding -project leader in Bil, was a visitor. pringfield and Hebron. j Torn Berg, Hebron town- phose husband is county F. fcident, was hostess to He- pringfield project leaders and Lesson No. 3, home problems and QL<esson No. dring a comfortable bed, udied. ding here were Mesdamed aldwin, Donald IB. 'iLyons, Thompson, R. M. Eiehhorn, —d,, and George Beenken, rton, and C. iF. Schul'tz, [Elmore; Mrs. Gust Nelson llie Nelson, .Lakota; and Mrs. I Smith,,Buffalo Center... 4-11 Club Organized. U H. Hansen was hostess to ' Riverdale township Feb- who organized a new 4-H [racers are: :Agnes Karels, '! Wanda Hansen, vice; Miller, secretary-treasur- i.Barr, historian and news fcjub will !be known as Riv- - Swoa City. mher wlnnera In the processional bushel or 80 ears class follo\ v - 2 AiiL Look; 3, Fred Ctelgelj 4, A. Schenok; ilifTEMOBE BEATS WESLEY SCORE 35-17 •WMttemoro, Feb. 20—Tho public Max Kiilon In Iho ntnatpur Anron man Mcyp care and -ridl, on bushel Hcr- yornn, third on 10 ' ' V, Lchvard class „. , . ClmrlRs Klnmp, Field Reporter. A mna n ' Geilenfeld, one mile , farm former! Loss, Mawdsley. tho commercial 4, sloy; 7, _ Thoreson Bros. al«o ;>'oek ontH. In a corn yield test class Arthur w»n a medal ' y occu- move dence. .,, — Behnke t'hree blocks west of The Arthur Gades the resi- the 1 won second on n District •seven counties. yield . cn- • o. 2, comprising- + * * * four miles lechool girls' basketball to Ledyard Saturday team, wont eeml-flnala of the to counity Play tournament, but drew a bye, and so played Lu veme, winner of a Lu Verne Senfeca game, Saturday. Seneca and Lu Verne played their game Friday evening, and Lu Verne won, 17.30 Other gamea .that evening 7: Sarturday afternoon the girls made m'ost points were ' Wesley on free second game was Whittemore-Lu Verne, and this was the hardest game of the season for Whttltemoroscore: Wfoittemore, 20; Lu Verne, 18.' r : . • Lu Verne started out with a rush and at the quarter was 'ahead, 8-5. At .the half Lu Verne was still a- DECLAIM WINNERS ARE SELECTED IN CONTESTAT GRANT Grant Twp., Fch. 20—winners In Hie final local high school declamatory contest February , t W cre Soron Pedorsen, oratorical; violet Selburg dramatic; and Florence Patterson,' t h w7 1 i°? U8f Uocolvin ^ second and tnlid honors respectively W ere- Eileen Kollasch and Charles Curtis, oratorical; Helen Brings and Marg£ ret Wolcobt, dramatic; and George Paltterson and Edna Farrow, ,hum- rvTVmci miiA «...M* . . ' Por cent of ithP nMV the petition inlhat H n 60 1 e land °wners to put across. A in h f il is something to boast about that Kossuth county They have been farming 480 acres. Their present plan is to continue farming together, but they are looking for another place to help keep them both busy Neighbors gave a farewell party Friday night for the Qankeys at Leo's, and 500 was played. Mrs. Fred Geigel, near Irvington, was honorary guest at a normal training banquet Friday evening at the Algona high school She is the only mother who is a graduate her^ A°f a normal training class at the Algona high school and has daughter who will also be a gradu- father of Elmer (Hartshorn, Algona barber. Two others; sons, Everet and John, do the faifm work. Mr Hartshorn has great trouble with his eyes and cannot do much. The Hartshorns have beejn tenants of this farm 20 years, llut they lived at Ledyard till seven years ago when the buildings dn the farm were erected. They ! are milking eight cows and have ; 52 Spotted Poland China hogs. John remarked that he intended to;raise a patch of ,beets this season, Jbst enough to graduated in keep him busy. The farm is wned ,by (Frederick Uarrabee, Fort Dodge, son of one of Iowa's most eiebrated governors. « » » * W. C. Porter, a mile north and even miles west of oLedyard, was uttmg trees for firewood when we ailed Saturday. His son Mayland fas helping him. Mdyland, who ™»T, t , 18G acresl n milesi ortheast of Armstrong, has been ving across the road from his ather s, and they have farmed to- ether. Another son. .Frank, mar- day, and next day he served in similar capacity near ORerawick. Mrs. Sdhenck accompanied Mm Friday to visit friends. (Mr. iSchenck also recently served as Judge of grains at an institute at 'Goldfield, and lormer countv ae-pnt nw n «,,-o«^ county agent Morrison NINB Judged livestock, and Mra, Muriel; Leaverton Judged home economic* exhibits at the same institute. TYPEWttlTEB BOTH WIDE AND NABBOWj Kossuth County Advance, and toer daugh- game was tij Whlttemore. 'Wesley •oyal Workers. Mrs. C,. H was elected local leader; ' Karels, assistant. dmg were Wanda Hansen, land Annetta Karels, Lois abelme iMiljer, Mrs. J. M. i, county 4-iH committee and Muriel Leaverton H ... . • - — the end „,. „„„ rthird quarter tho locals led, 11,6-12 On the final gun. the .teams were tied, ™v7.: and In an overtl mo period Whitltomore had the ball mostly on Its own end, but couldn't make baskets till ,the last minute, when Alvena, Behnke sank a pretty one from tne side. That evening- Whlttemore defeated Wesley, and .this runaway for W girls made most points on free /throws. WhWtemore- had made four neld goals and one free ithrowj Wesley, only two free .throws. At the half Wesley had 7, WKDttemore 19. _ in the itihird quarter Wesley had 13, Whittemore 29, and at the final gun the locals had 35, and Wesley had 17. '•'.'' _ The Wihlttemore girls had a little hard luck for Lydia Meyer sprained an ankle and so played only half the game. The local girls received-a silver trophy presented to the tain, Lydia Meyer, by Sup-t. Laurltzen.' One member of the regular team will be lost by graduation. This is , The critic judge was Ethel Kiel ridge, Armstrong. The juniors on the award In inter-class com- >QUtion with 27.3 points, while Itho seniors had 27 points, the freshmen, 25.7, and -the sophomores 15 Tho dramatics coach Is Doroltihy Sedgwlck. Boys Wreslle nt Clarion— Tlio high school %vrestllng team took part in a district meet at Clarion Friday and Saturday. Members of itho team were Lemuel Read, Don- T> ., . Richardson, Ar- vSoi-cn. iPedevson who were accompanied by Coach R. N. Skarshaug. Valentine Parly for Pupils— Tho Grant will be vacated March 1. Plumb who has beon fanning operatively with the insur company, will move to a well proved farm near Sexton. Mr CO insurance inv NO 18 Vr »?fi y and found him with a severe cold. He had a pret- from ll n-, ay held his head. We were glad to aid Bargcr, Alvin •nold Boevor, and sophomores high school cap- C. L. POINT IMERS CHANGE IBMSJARGH IST 'oint, (Feb. 20-The first of Lydia Meyer, guard, who has played the posi'tion all four years in high school. Many Attend B. B. Tourney From here attending- Ithe county girls' basket ball .tournament at Ledyard Saturday were the Elmo Barbers, John Mosbaoh, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, BernJot 03alge- man, Lillian "'.Heltonwith, Erwin Grelnant, Elda and Lesiter Baas, .Margaret Walcott a.t party Fi-aday evening 'Hamand'a. and juniors of were, guests of a valenlne at C. W. ,, us to start the Advance again. » * * Speaking of cattle, we have to l» j • *t*i,i,*i-, W c uiavc XC hand it to Etna Mitchell, northwest of Algona, _ for having gone into the game right. He now has around 90 head which he is feeding, and he milks ,20 head. He employs a man to help n i m . Mr . M i tchell did not seal any of his corn, for he felt he would need most of it for feed However, he did sign the corn-hojr contract. If the market price of beef goes up Mr. Mitchell will do well on his investment. He told us to keep on sending him the paper as long as it is published and he stays on earth. * * * * Robert Flnnell Jr., "to Tn thfc Jordans. lYank KH uet— Linela Roeber, land John Van Htee. That evening Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Anthur HeWenwlth, son Ellsworth, Louis Harry and Raymond Balgeman, Ted Paxsen Oscar Sohattsohneider, Les•ter Qulnn, George" Taylor, and Leo Dpgotch attended. Party Honors C. W. Hansen— The C, W. Hansens are moving to 'Emmetsburg, where Mr. Hansen has a Job at the Freeman & Sons meat market, airs. Alice R. Calry. Mrs. Ray Oliver, and Mrs. Nellie Swanson gave a farewell party Monday evening »t Mrs. Dairy's in honor of the -Hansens, and a 7:30 covered dish luncheon was served. Guests were the A. p, iBrogans, the Willam RusChes Jr, the Ralph Bartletts. -the -Ray L. Burdlnes, the J; P, Ulenlhakes, the Ray Olivers, *he TUm OTBriens, the L. W. Swanssons, and Walter Ohin, played. Nurse Exnmincs School Children— Eunice Newton, counity nurse, examined all students at the Grant Ischool Friday and Monday. Marjorio Barger, of tho senior class assis- 'texl her. Shower for the Minos— A miscellancosu shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mino o£ Harlan, at Mrs. arable Mine's last week Wednesday evening. Other Grant News. Mrs. G. It. McDowell will entertain ,the Grant Aid at Ithe parsonage at Swca City this week Wednesday. The Fred Arnolds, Guckeon, Minn. wore supper guests of tho H. L. Curtises last week Wednesday. Tho Henry Selbergs visited the John j Fairmont, Sunday. and Mrs. Sunday L. Frleden, West Bend, dinner guests sut O. H. Tliree Babies Reported— . normal train A 8H Ib, girl was born Friday to Mr. 0114 Mrs, Joseph. Fleming. This was the seventh child. The Flemings now have Itwo boys and 5 girls. A boy was born last week to Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Rusch, who now have itwo boys and one girl, and a girl attende <J a —1» or 1n J s s«n T recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath, 4% miles east of town,. Farewell for ISelroa Vaudt— Twenty school chums ot Selma Vaudt, eurpnteed'her Sunday with a farewell party, taking baskets for eats, Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vftudt are moving to the Lllver- more neighborhood soon. BUer I* 87; Mrs. Better Volk, Mrs. L. A. Doyle, Mrs. Tony Schmidt Sr.', Mna, Henry Meyer, Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mrs. Helen Wklibem attended a party for Mrs, Eiler Saturday to honor of -her 87tto Wrtihday, WflUam Meyer H«a OperaUou— Th» Martin Meyens, Garner, came west Wednesday to visilt the William Meyer, who last former'* an operation for -Monday at ithe McCreery a few „_ WWttemore ^ Sunday jc(4nner guests northeast Roupe's wei-e, Air. and Mrs. Clay- .ton Crook, Emmetsburg-, and the Delbei't Avialkers, Delevan, Minn. Mrs. Crook and Mrs. Walker are daughters of the O. H. ttoupea. 'In 1'he afternoon another daughter, Mrs Molvln Roupo, Alg-ona and .her husband called. Mr. and Mrs.Herinan Meyer and tho Herman Volg-hts were at Maeon City Friday, and were accompanied here by Rosella Voight, who attends business college (there and wenit back Sunday with Alfred and Lawrence Meyer. Ait an A. A. I/, party last week Tuesday evening 500 was played at six .tables, and prizes were won by Mrs. Henry Lauck and George Schultz, .high: Mrs, P. L. Jessen and Alfred Wititkopf, low. Harry gunding came up last midweek from Ames, and was accompanied back by Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kueok,er, Ithe latter his dauglker Arlene. The Kueckers will farm near Ames. John Leinbach got home last week Tuesday from Glenhaven, Wis., -where he (had spent 'two weeka 'Fenton, Bridge with relatives. He. is now with his daughter, Mrs. Henry Geelan. Arthur Putz, Minnesota Lake, Minn., was here from last week Wednesday till Sunday, visiting ait the Robert Braatz 'home, south of town. John Haag recently sprained an. ankle. Eugene, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudts, fractured an |arm above the wrist Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey, Hobarton, and Mrs. Emily HeldonwDtlh, Lotts Creek, were Saturday callers at the latter's son Arthur's. •Frank (Behnke, Lutheran teacher, Webnter City, was an over-Sunday guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs* Albert Behnke. The William Hanovers were Sunday evening dinner guests of itheir daughter, Mrs. FaSrvulle. The Ralph were last Thursday callers on Mrs. Albright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn. Mrs. Berlt Shellmyer was at West Bend >two days last week, caring for her father, who has been siok. Selma, daugihiter of the Mi-, and Mrs. Albert Vaudt, was .reported sick Monday. The Y. P. S. will meet this week Thursday evening at the Lutheran schooJhouse, Harcella Hoffmann, Pocahontas, was an over-Sunday visitor at Ralph Fandel's. Bert Shellmyer was ait Font Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelly, formerly o£ Rich Point, will move March i to a farm two miles south of Algona, now ocupied toy the J. T. Grahams, who will move to a farm near Des Moines. The Kellya had operated the Rich Point elevator in the last few years, but since last fall have been with their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Johnson, of the Doan neighborhood. * * * Frank Wagner and his wife, who were employed by Lawrence Becker, near St. Joe, moved February 15 to the John Brown farm, two and one-half miles south of Algona where they are now employed * * * * An Embroidery club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. S. R. Parsons, three miles south and a half mile east of Algona. , Only 11 members turned out, others being absent on account of sickness. * * * * Craig, 4-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Howard Seely, of the (Plum Creek neighborhood, has been seriously sick with .pneumonia, but was able last week to sit up. * * * Emma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Malecek, Wesley farmers, was a guest last week of her sister, Mrs. Carl Brown, southwest of Algona. . * * * Fortras Stiltz, employed at the W. D. Keith farm, south of Burt, leaves March 1 for the Alvin Weber i farm, east of Irvington, where he will be employed. Mr. Stiltz is a nephew of O. 'L. Miller, and his wife is a daughter of Ray Fitch, near Irvington. * * * Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton, near Hoibarton, started out for a little holiday last Thursday, and wound jp at Fort Dodge, where some business was transacted. They returned the same day. , ter, George Ann, is a senior. Only •S*,n e t ar ' 8 equates and former graduates who are teaching are guests at these banquets, which are held annually. * * * * gone way. an £ ,. B ;i F ' s ? arks and his son Donald, southwest of Algona, have jnto the bee business in a real They have been building up „„ apiary in the Jast four years and now have 130 swarms. They figure however, on having 400 by spring They are now buying "package bees from Alabama, so called because they come in 3-lb packages,, each witt a queen bee. The Sparks' bees produced more than 10,000 pounds—five tons—of honey last summer. The extract and strip- honey ends of the business will be f™", red v, thl ?. year - The Sparks family has its own shop, where they have been busy all winter building hives. They will have ±our_bee stations on farms where md the Sparks will ibe the > at Hobarton home station Last year the honey was .pooled with the Sioux City Honey association. Mr. Sparks and Donald employ four men, two building bee-hives, the other two helping Dqna]d *wo u ""• **£}\j t will iiiuvc in house where Mayland lived. The Porters must have about the largest Persian cat in these parts, for he weighs 17 Ibs. The cat's color is about the same as that of a fox. Last fall, when the open season was on for pheasants, the cat was seen m a near-by field, and hunters who at first thought he was a tox came near shooting him. The Pnvfo "\ kept him in the 1 the rest of the season. • * • • Mrs. John Troff, at the northeast edge ofjLedyard, owns the 300-acre ~"~ she lives. She ^^^^^•••^••^•H Harness We have a number of sets of harness purchased at a low price. These are extra quality, high grade harness, which carries an unusual guarantee. Any strap, will be replaced at any time if it proves defective. When our present stock is exhausted there will be an advance of 15 per cent on the same harness. Get one of these fine high grade harnesses now,' Kohlhaas & Spilles pri»,- »i. il t ^ GS Were gettin ^ ibetter ! also that she would like to go back She was to this work. to Germany for a visit, old when she ca. v-yi,,,!, She would not want to live an the old country again however. There are. five boyfand ?wo Sir s m her family, and three boys and one .girl are at hoihe, the others being married. The Troffs lied a new milking ma- They^ milk 18 ;high grade " and have kept pure- ten years. They had hogs but sold 30. j * * • • We had a short visit Date.. Name OKDEK IfOW-FEOM THIS AD Cut Out. Fill in Your Order.and Mail HAMILTON LEGHORN FARM f. HATCHERY BANCROFT, IOWA 1934 Amount Enclosed, $__. with Charles •Saturday * * * • were many The Plum Creek unit of the wom- i s Farm Bureau met last Thursday at Mrs. Claude Seely's, 6 miles/ northeast of Algona, but there only a few in attendance, ^ auj ? ^5 S ' bei . ng at tne Keith funeral The Keiths are former farm ers in that neighborhood The Cresco corn-hog contract ommittee, Earl Miller, A. E! Clayon, and Homer 'Lind'horst, was rewarded for hard work ,by being irst in the county to turn in sign- d contracts at the new corn-hog ffices m the courthouse. Cooper- tion'by Cresco farmers made this 'ossible. * * * * Between 90 and 100 friends Scot fiv miles d, an 'd .be told ul hP o. can 'hypnotize" fish when he goes fishing, adding that he always catches most fish when he goes with a crowd. His son Clarence and W._H. Barslou, a neighbor, were going to Minnesota that though at fishing Post Office... When wanted No. Wanted State. Breed Wanted Prices each 100 chicks ordered, balance when Prices Iowa Accredited Chicks 100 500 * » * * L. E. Krantz has lived in Algona 16 years, nevertheless he is o the county's biggest farmers. Xt °/,' and ° f land ' 66 ° of himself with the is one of Behe aid has he of and elatives attended a -shower for the ormer Elsie Egel, lirvington town- nip, at the Irvington church Sat- of Mr. on nHM nd Mrs. Charles Egel, and Oran Hudson, the bridegroom, is a sort r Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson, Irv- ngton. They were married Febru- ry 12 and will be at home after March 1 on the Lewis McW-horter farm south of Burt, where they will be employed. *•** We happened to circulate in. the Lone. Rook neighborhood Saturday and stopped to see Julius Will, nine miles northwest of Algona We found Mr. Will and the hired man working outside a smoke house, and Mr. Will said the hams sausages, and beef he was smoking had been in the smokehouse three days. The Wills have a beautiful modern home surrounded by evergreens. * a * * WIAC alU. \f T farmers living on the places. Of the land he farms himself, (500 acres are in one tract, and there is a 160- acre farm in Plum Creek besides. H s son-in-law, Byron Asa, and Or£ It *™ dl £ n are on the 600-acre and Harvey Steven place. Mike quarter. We forgot to quarter. Wh ° ^ ^ remaining * * * i A. B. _ Sc ihenck, of Union town?ed .grains at a farmers' in a consolidated (school district near Goldfield }ast Thurs- White, Buff, Brown Leghorns ____ * ,680 Hamilton W. 'Leg., Anconas ____ «'|o White, Buff, Black Minorcas ._ 780 White, Buff, Barred Rocks ______ 17 7 80 White, Buff, iSilver Laced Wyandottes__ 7'.80 S C Reds, Buff Orpingtons 7 an R. I. Whites, L. Brahmas 7 'en Cross breed all males ___ c 00 Cross !breed all females __,. ______ IIEIII 12^00 $33.75 33.75 38.75 38.7.5 38.75 38.76 38.75 30.00 r * i **.. 60 ' 0(> Custom liatclung 2^c per egg, 2Mc per 1,000 OKDEE EABLT AND GET PBICE BENEFIT :, uniform chick $66.50. 66.50 76.50 76.50, 76.60 76.501 76.501 estab- , - " —" •* *"* ** w inors tlisii common! our 2000 seletaTn^^^^ ancestry at no additional cost while they la^st on orders bSd before_March 15th for immediate or future delivery llsoS chcks cmcKs. DOUBLE THE USE OF TOUE BEOODERS . 0 n r - Ve ™°. n «y /Bested in chick booders. Keep them od! wo ' broods of cMcks by « etti °e « STARTED CHICKS Chicks brooded at the very nominal cost of 1U C mer per week, as long as our brooders will accommodate them your reservations early for these as well as day old cK' sure you of getting them when you want them HAMILTON LEGHORN FAEM & HATCHEBY One mile west and 1 mile south of Bancroft, Iowa i as- Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, four miles west and three miles north of Algona, has been nursing a broken wrist suffered when he cranked his Dodge truck. He drives a tank for the Standard Oil company. The wrist was broken three or four weeks ago, and it will be perhaps two or three weeks more before he can resume work. » » * » Leo and Delfoert Sankey, four miles west and three miles north of Algona, are moving to a farm onei Mrs. Ubbe iBockelman, formerly Mrs. Krause, and her son, Carl Krause, operate a well known store at what is called German Valley, in German township, north of Titonka. Mrs. Boeckelman has .been there since 1897. There is a fine stock of general .merchandise, and Carl remarked that there has always been a good trade, the neighborhood having been loyal, even in these days- of the automobile which! enables people to trade a long way from home. Probably the reason that their customers have remained faithful is that the store has also been loyal to its trade. *• • * George Sonnenburg, a half I'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIillllllllllllliiiiiiHiiiiiii Closing-Out Salel i • ' - '5 on farm 1 mile north, 11-2 mile east of Burt. | Tuesday, Feb. 27 f SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP HEAD OF CATTLE Two register mile west and £% miles north of Titonka, had hitched two 3-year-old colts to a wagon last Thursday, and when we asked him why he did not hitch one colt with an older horse he explained he would not get an) kick out of breaking colts if he die that. Evidently George likes a little excitement now and then. » * • We called Friday on J. W. Hart- Ayrshire bull, 5 ITS, old; Ayrshire bull calf. mile west of Lu Verne. This is shorn at the east edge of 'Ledvard Alfred Bleratedt, Albrights, Algona, J. B, H. West Bend, pelevau, Mian and to, (Sunday evening RJetjrMh,, ftaavtap, James latter <&so of were Mfr. YES SIR! BBL/L—THE OLD car's gate for the family again, and those two front tires cost me only fl,00 each. How? Just go to Gambia Stores and you can get your second tire in each pair lor only 11.00 more. 41-22 Ren wick Hatchery BENWICK, IOWA IOWA IMWIOVEWENT ASS'ST ACCBJBDITED Baby Chicks Hatched in mammoth all-electric incubators which insures strong sturdy chicks that will grow into money for you, $1.00 per Hundred Books Your Order Bring us your custom hatching. We hatch every Monday'and Thursday. 100 chicks SOOchicfcs S. C. White Leghorns _ , , $ 7.00 fiH.QQ 1 S. C. Rhode Island 'Beds—, „_„.. 7.50 36.60 White Rocks _„,,.,.„, , , g.go Buff Orpingtons _-,. — „„—,..„— f g.QQ Heavy Assorted —— i 7.00 34.90 5 cows, 6 and ing lyr.i I heife 3 heifers. GRADE AYRSHIRE COWS heifer8 ' One Eight hea eer8 ' ^ old >- 3 steers . coux- fall and winter calves, consisting of 3 bulls and old brood sow to farrow in April, and some fall shoats. of sheep, one with lamb at side, other fresh by sale date. FARM MACHINERY livery rake; Towe^8-ft. disc tary grader cart; grind hog houses pulleys and supers; honey barn paint. «i __ >. ___ _»:_•. ,. . " ai * uw » r .,-^,, ~v«. w ^v/uitug uuiu.; wneeioarrow: hoe crate- K inrHxriHuoi incubator; 3-gal. churn; 5 gal. HOUSEHOLD GOODS TERMS-Caih COL, C. 0« BIDD] •«- your banker mm - >,.;^i ,VtJ'SlfV^

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