Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1937 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 16, 1937
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iCANIZE ir Cut Tires ny more miles in |ty at small cost. TCH'S SERVICE Phono 33 I. FARMER ! TOUR FAilM SALE! L n you have a farm sale rant bidders. One good . is worth $50 to $100 at^ {sale. fw do you get bidders? f letting every possible fer know of your sale. fvertise in the Advance freach all parts of the |ty The cost of such an Irlisement is trifling in Vrison with the money to your sale receipts. fldcrs 20, 30, 40 mlies learn of your sale ugh the Advance, y you t to impress them, list ytliing in your advertise- ,t and make the adver- inent big enough to con- them your sale Is an brtunity for them. One may bring a bidder for biles, iyou want bidders—go them by advertising. HE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE DESCRIBE MISSIONS SEEN IN OLD MEXICO Swca City, Nov. IB—The Alpha Circle of the Methodist. Aid will bo hostess at a missionary tea at tlio church this week Wednesday afternoon, and guests will be 'Grant and Eagle Aids, also the women of other town churches. Mrs. W, G Muhleman, Algona, is to bo speaker, and she will talk on missions •In Mexico. Dlst. Supl. and Mrs. Muhleman made an unto trip to Mexico City a year ago. and Mrs. Muhleman therefore knows her subject from personal operation. Mr. and Mrs. Muhleman have a fine homo at Algona ,and one of its features is an upstairs room entirely devoted to relics which they gathered on travels. Some of the^e relics are from Mexico. Reports on Town Walcr Hwoivotl- Of five samples of town water recently .sent away fnr testing three have be-on reported "salisfac- tory," the other two "suspicious." Arrangements to guard against any source of contamination arc now being completed at the water plant. These include discarding I ho old pump and the old wc.ll will be filled up. A steel pipe running through one old pit was to be replaced with a cast-iron pipe, and the old pit was to be sealed with a cement floor. Mrs. Swan Nelson is 83— Mrs. Swan Nelson celebrated her 83rd birthday Sunday, October 151, at her homo at Swea City. Pour sons and their families came for the day. They were the Alfred Nelsons, -Omaha; the Oscar Nelsons, Milaca, Minn.; the Carl Nelsons, Fairmont; and tho William Nelsons, Wadena, Minn. Another son, the Kev. Anton Nelson, Saskatchewan. was unable to be here. Tne daughter Emma helped her mother entertain again next day, when many old friends called. Bible Ually is Held— An open Biblo rally is to be held at the Methodist church this week Monday, with an afternoon service I at 3 p. m., a vesper service at G:30 H. Kl.AMI', Field Representative Jesse nngan, w | u , liv ,, K ()M thc I'rank .1. .Maim (•.,,.,„_ throe-fourths mill' smillnvc'st. ,,f \> Ur ^ 1Tll)st ho u M'oti iiMi.'int. lur ho ha.s lived on Jhis place IS years. Mo raises purc- hrcd Olark 3'olmid China hogs, and he lias for th| boar whlrh ha: at si air fair;;. year u purebred | (l H ( , n blue ribbons Jesse- has sold unload with. This farm was bought ny W. 0. Briggs, who lives north of bwca City, and ne has built a new corn crib, with overhead grain l)ins. The crib Is 17x30. He also luiilt a new barn, 32x52, and it has tlio new type rafters for a round two hoys who are good workers, iml ihnro is also a daughter. Tho children attend high school at Hurt. * « * * Samuel Shiplor, southwest of La- kola, was ready to go to the field l.o plow when wo saw him a week Saturday. Ho had all his corn roof. Mr. Dorsey is going to move H to a farm south of Armstrong. This for he has been on the farm where he now lives 11 years. Charles Bashara, Ledyard, was working in his garden Thursday (Californians, please note); He has one of the grocery stores at Ledyard, but he likes to do outside work on the .side-. He was digging out his beets and carrots, and the or t nicked lln ,l his corn-fodder acke I °* rro **™™ the largest we have ,_„„„ ,,.' seen. Charles said he raised more 1 n PV i™ 1)eets thiin the fami] y could use, so . cy .. .9 lie WI1R L'flinp In p-ivo onmo. ownv Mr. Shiplor ainiK to yards in good shape, an attractive. He was plowing a'field whore he had had corn, and he fig- he was going to give some away. WORKMAN AT LAKOTA FALLS FROM A ROOF Lakota, Nov. 15—Dr. and Mrs. H. . Murray are having their home nlarged, and are also having it in- ulated with rock wool. A Mr. :auman, Chicago, and Edw. Canon, Des Moines, are doing the rork. While the two men were oing similar work Thursday® at' iie Louis Sachs farm home, east f town, Mr. Bamman fell from a orch roof and was severely inured. Doctor Williams took him o Buffalo Center hospital, where -rays showed no bones broken, ligaments in his back were, how- ver. torn loose. The hospital was ull to capacity at the time, so the atient was brought back to La- tota and put to bed at Mrs. Minnie ieetland's, where he and Mr. and tfrs. Cannon have been rooming. He hoped to go home in a few days. ured Dial he would day. finish it that i Howard Jens'cn, of Ledyard, is a carpenter working with Leon Wor- We called last week Monday on den. The men were kept busy all summer'. The Jensens have two anc John Wibbcn, four miles south of children, Janette, 18 months. I.akolu. He and his wife are new-i Louis, 2% months. Louis was lywcds on a Lakota route. They named after his grandad, Louis moved lo the place October 1. This Nitn. Mrs. Jensen formerly was is the farm where the Harringas Bertha Nitz, and she is an only lived, but they have moved to La- j daughter, kota. John already has a dandy herd of Shorthorn cows, and they are good ones, for he got them from his father, f'laus Wibben. * * * * T!. P. Leason. five miles north of Algona, was currying his horses when we arrived last week Monday. He likes to keep them look-- ing clean and slick. R. P. is a good choreman. His brother Marshall I recently spent several days with 1 them. Marshall i.s located at St. Paul. The Paul Nitzes, of Ledyard, are a new family in town. Formerly they lived on the Frank Nitz farm 'Paul does trucking, and of late has been hauling beets. This is rea work. Last week he was hauling shelled corn. The farmers up there are shelling lots of corn. We stopped Friday at John Hais man's, a Half mile east of the Gran ischoolhouse, and Mrs. Haismar I showed\us her new boy, born Aug Albert Rippentrop, southeast of' ust 28 - This is the first boy in th Lakota, was picking corn last week fflraily and he ls a fine specimen Monday. He picks by hand and drives fine, big mules. He has two teams of mules. One of the Hen- p. m., and a special rally at. 7:30 p. jm. Speakers are to be out. of town | ministers, including Doctor Bruce Corbin, evangelist, who will speak at the 7:30 service. NEY To Loan IAUTOMOHILE LOANS [TKKMKLY i,(nv RATES 'S HADE ON YOUR I'KKSEUT OAK ,vill mala- you a liberal loan mir oar—pay off your pres- advance you addi- il rash and reduce your [loins by extending thoin [twelve to eighteen months. Ill LOANS MADE^AT ONCE [KXIMIUSERS OR SIGNERS HKQUIREl) •tun-icons, prompt, and con- pontial cash loan service. In person or write iSTERH CREDIT CO. fl'.nst State St., Ahioiw, I own UPTURE llot't'man, Export, Miimeap- Illnn., will demonstrate with- jharge his "Perfect Retention" fls" in OXA, AVKIWESDAY, NOV. 17 i Algona Hotel from 10 a. m. m. Please come early. (Svenings by appointment. Mr physician will tell you this serious condition. Any Ire allowed to protrude is dan- is. ] "Retention Shields" will hold [rupture under any condition fercise and work. They are ary, waterproof and practic- Endestructible. [not wear trusses that will en- J the opening and don't neglect IJiildren. Many satisfied clients community. No mail order. i OFFICE;'805 Lincoln IHdg., Minneapolis, Minn. New Club Luncheon I'liin— The Thursday club mot. at Mrs. Martin Dahl's, west of town, Thursday. The club has abandoned the -I p. m. two-course luncheon which had been served from the organization's beginnings 32 years ago, and instead now serves at 1:30 p. m. Bilked (Hoods Shop Opened— Mrs. Hope Altis and her son-in- ning boys was helping corn-picking. He has been named him John Wi' liam. Mr. and Mrs. Haisman als have two girls. Elsie, 2% years Thursday for short visits with with"th6i Hili!e1 ' 1S months. Mrs. Haisman | their respective famlies, and Virgil ley, were afternoon guests of Mrs. The Aid met Friday in the school Ben Dorr and her parents, Mr. and basement. Visitors were Marie ]MTS. Gregory Studer, last week Pertl, Margaret Fiene, and a Mrs. Tuesday. Dau, the latter of Fenton. Herman Erdmann and his son The Immanuel Lutheran church Jerome were callers on Mrs. Floyd will have English communion ser- Erickson, th« former Elizabeth Erdmann, Thursday. Mrs. I. Eisenbacher, Wesley, and her daughter, Cecelia Ruth and Lucille, visited Mrs. Alfred Nelson last week Monday afternoon. Emil Arndorfer is constructing a new chicken house at his home in vices next Sunday. St. Benedict Jacob Ludwig came Thursday from Dike. He has sold his pool!town. hall there and for the time being! Ralph Dorr and Carl Wheelock will stay at his sister, Mrs. Dan joined the CCC at Bancroft Friday. TEXAS SUGAR SWEET ORANGES Another shipment of Sunkist Sherbet glasses. One free with every dozen. LONG'S felp Observe an Anniversary— Mesdames Minnie and Jerry Heet- and, Ida Ukena, and Vance Les- ,er, with Hannah Heetland, drove ,o a farm near Titonka last week Monday for a surprise visit with Mrs. Anna Boekelman. whom they helped celebrate a birthday anniversary. The visitors took luncr along. In the evening Mrs. Boekelman's children came for anothei birthday celebration and an oyster supper. Mrs. Minnie Heetland is a sister of Mrs. Boekelman, Henry Klines are Grandparents- Mrs. Henry Kline was called to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday, am a report came next day that i daughter had been born to Mr. an 1 Mrs. Leroy Huskamp, who is bette known here as Joanne Kline, eldes daughter of the Henry Klines whose first grandchild is the ne\ baby. Collegians Visit Home Folks Virgil Smith and Norman Frei CLOSING - OUT Public Sale i As I am quitting farming and moving to town I will sell at public auction on = what is known as the Mike Erpelding farm, one mile west and four north of Liv= ermore; one mile east and iy 2 north of St. Joe, 10 miles south and 1 mile east of = Algona, on i | Tuesday, Nov. 23 = SALE COMMENCING AT 12:30 LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUND = 13 Head of Horses 31 Bay gelding 7 yrs. old, wt. 1500; brown mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1500; gray geld- E5 = mg. 146 Head of Cattle 461 ==: Eighteen fleshy stock cows; 8 yearling heifers; 2 milch cows, coming fresh == ts= this winter; bull, 2 years old; 17 spring and summer calves. This is a good S king drove home from Dubuque I == string of White Face cattle, carrying good flesh. Ronie Janssen, southeast of Lakota, was ready last week Monday said there were 35 acres of corn to pick yet. * * * * A. A. Jacobson, who has a store to go to dinner, so we didn't get'near the Grant schoolhouse. does a much news from him. He did say, lot of sideline work. We saw him however, that he had his corn all Friday, and he was then at the new picked and had a good crop, which W. O. Briggs barn, doing carpenter is mighty good news for any,work. He also does painting, and farmer. he painted the Methodist church * •» * * three-fourths of a mile west of the H. Daniels, north of Lakota. Smith drove on to Morgan, Minn., Saturday to preach at a Presbyterian church there Sunday. The boys are attending college. Grant schoolhouse. Mr. Jacobson was picking corn last week Tues- | told the congregation he would do day, and we noticed that he is ; the work gratis if the paint was some fast picker. He said he hired furnished. a man to help him and told the fellow that if ho (the man) could stay with him (P. H.) the pay would be F. M. Jacobs, two miles northwest, of the Grant schoolhouse, was Legion Post Xames Leaders— Legion officers have been elected: Commander, Peter Bruej;; vice, Mike Christ; adjutant, I. E. Wortman; finance officer, Lou Thaves; chaplain, J. E. Ukena; historian, Glaus Daniels, sergeant-at- arms, Edw. Rahmstock; service officer, George Heetland. Slipper and Bazaar Success— The Presbyterian Aid held its annual bazaar and served a public seven cents n bushel; but if the out feeding his cattle Friday when chicken supper Thursday and had goods shop there. Otlior Swca City. Mr and Mrs. T!. A. Bravender and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Clifford, of Spencer, drove to Elgin Sunday to visit the Walter Boris family, which recently moved there from here. law C. D. Pelleymountor, with his. 125 LEGHORN PULLETS 80 TONS WILD HAY IN STACK = FARM MACHINERY, ETC. | 15-30 John Deere tractor; F-12 Farmall tractor, new; 2-row tractor cultivator, i ! new; John Deere 3-bottom plow; 21-ft. tractor disc; 9-ft. disc; 10-ft. McCor- '• mick-Deering spring tooth harrow; John Deere mower; standard mower; International manure spreader; 40-ft. elevator, power and jack complete; single- row cultivator; 2-row cultivator; 10-ft. McCormick rake; high-wheel wagon and box; truck wagon and box; truck wagon and rack; hay stacker and buck rake; 8-ft. Deering binder; McCormick-Deering corn planter, with 80 rods of wire; International end-gate seeder; fanning mill; corn sheller, new; grind stone; 110- gal. gas barrel on wheels; 50 gal. gas barrell; 2 hog waterers; 2 feed bunks; iy 2 horse-power engine and pump jack; 4-section drag and cart; 2 set of .harness and collars; bob sled; hand tools; etc. Bancroft tests. John Reonken, northwest of Titonka, lives on a farm owned by liis father. Peter Tieenkcn. We found him repairing a pumn Wednesday. Tim pump rod had pulled apart. Peter owns two farms, lives on things go feed cattle, and the cattle that he is a good feeder. show Mr.s. H. B- Menke entertained her club at brid.no Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams won high, Mrs. H. J. Deitering was low, and Mrs. M. A. Saundcrs won a travel prixe. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Henry Menke Sr. were club guests. Mrs. L. J. Mousol entc-rtained 16 little hoys at a party Saturday for icr son 'Bobbie, who celebrated his linth birthday. Doris McHride, Omaha, has been isiting with Lois Mason. Floyd Mason and his sister, Mrs. 7has Kicrscht, returned from Lo,an Tuesday, after a few days vith old friends there. Mrs. George Cm-mean was ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan, home'Sunday, after a week visiting it II. J. Deitering's and J. H. f bnei- .,„ Mrs. Otto Vaske. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz, and Julia Vaske spent Thursday at Fort Dodge. MA RENDERING COMPANY. 'hone No. 7 «moves Dead Stock FKEB make and sell "een Top brand of fankage. •^KF ^Hf ^r sick of \rncs, and their sons went dan's. Mr. and Fenton At the last meeting of the Walth- cleared $100. Baby's Birthday is Observed— A party was held at J. B. Tel- camp's Wednesday to celebrate the first birthday anniversary of little Donald Rippentrop. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Rippentrop, the TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker, moved until settled for. No property re- == tllmlL. J-l^Ufl U IV Ilk? 1, »¥ «-• Ait, l.*.*j*».n-iv »*»»"'- d ..--.- ^ and as he has two hoys one er League at the church You and Everett Rippentrops. the George each farm, and when Your Congregation and Your Per- wrong Dad helps. The sonal Soul-Winning were discussed, boys, however, are good farmers. The Rev. Mr.' Kabelitz, . pastor, We notice that Dad looks about as pointed out that personal Chris- young as they do. tian activity is an essential part of * * * * itrue Christianity. It was agreed Louis Sachs, northeast of La- to have study peroids in charge of kota. was raking up trash in his members turn about, which will re- gnrden Wednesday and. burning it. quire thorough preparation on the He has a game leg, but we always part of the leader. Sixteen mem- find him busy about tho place. The ber.s and two visitors attended. The family lives in a dandy brick house, host and hostess were Arthur and being done, Elma Ruhnke. Ennens, and the Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking. Kx-Lukotun Has Operation— | Naomi Telcamp, Blairsburg, recently had an operation for appendicitis. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Telcamp, formerly of this vicinity. Epworth League Wally Coming— A district Epworth League rally will be held at the local Methodist j J. B. Erpelding, Prop.f H COLWELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Algona, Clerk. S3 illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHH e ingu, Mr. d A. E. Berkeland, of church next Monday Insulation is spreading rapidly in Hampden, N. D., and their son both country and town. All cracks Theodore arrived last week Tues- around doors nnd windows were day for a week at Mr. Berkeland's 1mm" closed All this will not only brother Bertel's and other rela- save fuel hut keep the peonlo in the tives. The visitors were en route house comfortable when the winds to Des Moines to attend a Polled howl and snow flies. Hereford show, in which they were * * * * to enter a bull. V. Koestler, southeast of Led-! The November meeting of the vn rd was sawing, wood Wednesday Woman's club took place last week for Mexicans who live in his yard, i Tuesday, Mrs. W. E. Laage, hpst- The Mexicans olan to stay all win-'ess, Mrs. E. J. Frank, assisting. tor. They have never lived in lo'wa in winter and may have some sur- Eig'hteen members answered roll call with favorite books for chil- nHses puses they may change minds before the 'reviews of children's t inter is over and wish they were.j. A. Schwartz read a Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhad spent, from last week Sunday til Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs. George Hess. / _ Seneca The annual Seneca school carnival will be held at the school- 6c A turkey, 5C. A iunve.y, i"~ o--- .. ,,, frl Mri Clem Dotson spent Wednesday at Sheldon Merrills. swea ^ Mrs. Koestler thinks dren. Mrs. F. P. Newel gave short books; Mrs. paper on Mexicans : children's poems, and Mrs. Ernest Voettler reviewed Life with Father, by Clarence Day. In answer to a At Airs Anna Lovstad's, north- :ca n from the Iowa Children's of Burt we found the boys| H ome, Des Moines, the club will 'fine herd of cattle pa ck a box of clothing for Thanks- •" The afternoon closed with winter is over hack in Mexico. The wo'-lc In beet fields. feeding a Thursday. There are 31 head. Mrs. giving. Lovstad'has five boys, and they are a two-course luncheon^ „/»>!'iimrVprq One of them clerks' A new bridge is gooo w*ji *»*' i o> «»•" ** at the Burt Savings time - . . * * built bank part acr0 ss the Black Cat drainage ditch three miles north and a half mile j. H. and George Kockler, east of Fenton. who j Mr, and Mrs, B. G. Berkeland. live southwest of the Grant school- Mr- and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and tended a ouse are bachelors - . . se are ac. We called the W illiam Reasoners attended a them Thursday, and J. H. told us Palo AU o Farm Bureau get-togeth- ut a recent trip to Oregon,, er at the Emmetsburg junior col- here he has a brother living at. lege gymnasium last week Monday Mt Angel J. H. liked the country i evening. There was singing, a one- and might go there sometime ; act p iay by the Lost Island boys bout a Mt. Angel there George is J. H.'s nephew. j 4 .H club, an address by V. B. ind'tne t^o'men'farm'l"60 "acres. iH^lTtSn, secretary of the Iowa h id a good crop of corn this j^rm Bureau Federation, a talk JltlU «* t> _i__i_ mVirtir '. , , i_ !,,,«,,, •mtn-iA/rt MunrlT year and have 3500 bushels were done picking. * * * * her son Loreu Mrs. spent Byers CorwitU Corwitb, Nov. at ledvard Thursday we Warner getting dinner, They on this year's home-project work by Mrs. Theo. Hermansoh, and music by the Rush Lake band. Oyster stew was served. J. A. Schwartz, Reporter pub- and lisher and postmaster, and Mrs. M,.C arn slie said the children would soon be Schwartz entertained -.their bridge she sam u ie .. ith . Mr. . and Kufus Billy and home. Mr. Leon' Worden trade. . works with rlub Thursday evening. Mr. . and at the carpenter jyj rs . Walter Ohm won high, and H. E. Reimers was low. Mr. and Mrs, # * * * Reimers played for absent mem- William Dorsey, a half mile west bers . thfl Grant schoolhouse, was pick- Ru th Glaus has returned from I lie v«*** „ . , Tir« \^nA foU.1* •Tweek or scarlet fever. Mr of tM *'£ l ~^£y. we had four Ru thven, where she was for a time last week ^ ^ ^ & room ftt mg seed^m imaay^ ^ w&g .^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ My _ a in a half ro n Alderson, who conduct a lunch elevator to r0 om and a gas station. tei and Bobby have Brlctaon home, and Mary Jane men to aud-Dorothy Ann are staying at the Packing Robert Beers home the Aid will serve a 15c lunch. Otl-usr Lnkolii News. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton drove to Swea City last week Wednesday, and Mr. Warburton attended a poultry meeting there while Mrs. Warburton visited the Grant Dourtes. For some years the Warburtons lived at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson and 3ditor and Mrs. Edgar Inlay enter- :ained at four tables of bridge Thursday evening at the Anderson lome. Mrs. Anderson's mother, a Mrs. Ballard, West Union, was an out-of-town guest. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fedge, of laglee Grove,. were recent visitors here. They like their new home. The Fedges moved there from La- Itota. Mr, Fedge was for some fears telephone lineman here. Mrs. Ray Smith and a son spent j 1 several days recently with the for-| mer's mother, Mrs. Dawson. at Aurelia. Mrs. Dawson will leave soon for California, where she will spend the winter. There will be no Methodist Aid meeting till December 8, when the women will meet with Mrs. Earl Grabau to lay plans for a Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were Algona business visitors last week Tuesday forenoon. Mesdames Harry Warburton, Alton Anderson, Delia Smith, ari'd Geilenfeldt entertained the Methodist Aid at the phurch Wednesday. The Coonie Roelfsemas. of Renwick, visited friends here over the week-end of November 6-8. A son Avas recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Strobel. Lotto Creek Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch were Wednesday evening visitors at August Gade's, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer were at Le Mars last week, visiting a CLOSING - OUT Public Sale Owing to the death of my husband I will hold a closing-out sale of my personal property on the farm located 5i/ 2 miles,east, 1 mile south and y» mile east of Burt; 7 miles north of Sexton; 3i/ 2 miles west and 2i/> miles south of Titonka, the following property, to-wit, on Monday, Nov. 22, 1937 Sale Commencing at 1:00 F. M. Sharp Lunch on the Grounds 4 HEAD OF HORSES Gray mare 11 yrs. old, wt. 1500; black mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1500; black gelding, smooth mouth, wt. 1250; yearling colt, black gelding. 23 HEAD OF CATTE Ten milk cows, some fresh, others fresh soon; roan Shorthorn bull 3 yrs. old; roan bull coming 2 yrs. old; 9 calves. This is a good bunch of Shorthorn cattle. . • . ! Farm Machinery, Etc. F-l-2 Farmall tractor with cultivator, this tractor is as good as new; John Deere IS-^in. tractor plow; McCormick-Deering 8-ft. binder; McCormick-Deering manure spreader; portable elevator, 40- ft.; complete with hoist and horse-power. Mc-Cormick-Deering 10-ft. disc; John Deere 999 corn planter with 120 rods of wire; 4-sec. steel harrow with cart; spring tooth harrow, 9-ft; John Deere 16-in. sulky plow; 2 single-row cultivators; Rock Island endgate seeder with grass seed attachment; McCormick-Deering 5-ft. mower; Clipper fanning mill; hand grass seeder; DeLaval No. 17 cream separator; feed grinder; steel wagon with \ rack; steel wagon with triple box; high wheel wagon box; bobsled with box; John Deere I 1 ,/) h. p. pump engine; pump jack; hand corn sheller; cooling tank; 2 sets breeching harness; back-pad harness; 2 individual hog houses, on skidf, one 16x18, one 11x18; 2 brooder houses, one 9xlG, one 8x10; brooder stove and equipment; stack of hay; 2 stacks of straw; some alfalfa hay in the barn; some cottonwood lumber and planks; hog troughs and feeders; barrels, scoops, and forks; woven wire stretcher; and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements for credit with the clerk. MRS. CHARLIE LARSON BURT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk. STEWART & FLAIG, Auctioneers, BARRY'S BEER IS BE ^W^^^^ •• - ... , - """ I--.-- .-..----..•••---• -t-

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