Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
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E. McDonald ERVISQR, 2ND DISTRICT ALGONA, PLUM CHEEK, UNION KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA PAGE !ARM ('. II. KI.AMl'. Fit-Id II. L. Blakley, north of Tltonka, weather" tor a few days, suffering with lumbago. In our rounds we have found a large number of neo- had come in from the field with a nncl of corn picked by hand, when we. wore there lust week Thursday. Me js handicapped somewhat, for ho had two of hia fingers wounded a few weeks ago, when they were in a hay fork pulley while he was unloading Iky at the barn. An inch was taken off one finger. * * * * pie sick, mostly with colds. * * * * We were at Jake. Slugger's?, northeast of Wesley, last week Monday. Some new corn had been shelled. It had been picked the week of October 10, and Mr. Slugger thought it 'best to shell it be- 1/iifit week Monday we called on j cause it was not as dry as it Goo. C. Olsen, northeast of Sexton,' should be. who lives on one of the F. S. Nor- I * * * * ton estate fnnrm. Mrs. Olson wasj John Hutchison, of the Wesley doing her chicken chores, and we' Exchange State bank, had told us noticed that she bus a fine flock. , to go out to the R. J. Hutchisor Mr. Olsen has graveled the drive- fiirm, southwest- of Algona, to see need of glMtel h«TB your oy«» thoroughly examined. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa with it over Saturday. The barn has been modernized, and it has ten swinging stanchions for cows. The floor I and the mangers are of cement. , John Ketelsen lives on the place, Ve are now buying ear corn derson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA day, and it. i« hoped that the road a fine new corn ci-lb, 27x42, will bo graveled soon. The Olsens 11-ft. driveway, so we looked Imvc leased this farm 27 years, and they must be good renters or they cculd not have been on the same place so long. * * * * We had a fine visit lus>t week'and lie has been there three years, i Wednesday with Robt. Siemens,'The Kelelsens said they were northeast of Laltota. The farm' grateful for the improvements. ! where he lives is owned by Mousel .To'hn believes in keeping the farm jliros., of Lodyanl, and it consists up in good shape. of 240 acres. Mr. Siemens has', , r T,* *,•**- ' » F lived there 1.1 years. He said that! At J. W. Roadmgers, east of hail last summer damaged the corn VVesley, the men were picking corn somewhat, as he was finding the,with a two-row flicker last week ears B nmMer than they ought to be.! T" csda> ; Ml> - Roadinger saW he * * * * j did not know where to put the rest Leo Waldschmidt, northeast of ot «' ls rcl- °P' f ° r nls ? , cribs were fnl " Weslev, was burying a hog that rcatl y £ul1 -. He said he might tiy had died, when \ve arrived last Bitting it into the driveway of the week Monday. lie said he had lost cribs. * * * * a few hogs in different ways. Leo • Hem . y Spearj north of Tltonka . lives on a place across the road ]lad come out oE the housQ (from where we talked -with him. He and ills boys farm two places. On one of the farms the foundation hart been finished for a new corn crib. The foundation and floor were both built with niggerheads •he cleanest fields we have seen so ar this tell. * * * * We called last week Wednesday •m C. R. Krantz, who lives on the ;ine place one drives past out of Titonka'a main street north. The louse has been modernized inside and outside. The place is a fine ocation for a home, as one can see all the way down Titonka's main street. * * # * George Gallagher, west of Stev- otvs, in northeast Kossuth, was leveling off ground for a new corn crib Friday. Mrs. Gallagher was driving a team hitched to a scraper, while George was holding the scraper. George said he had sprained'* a wrist and that it was painful at times. • * * * * At the Stephen Loss place, southeast of Irvington, the family was eating dinner when we arrived, As soon as dinner was over, Mrs. Loss, her daughter, and two j hir,ed men ,went to 'the fields to pick corn. Everybody works there —father too. We drove on to Frank Hubert's, who has the first place north of the Loss farm, and there the men were shelling corn. Sim Leigh was helping. i said they might call him of mother and babe. Mr. Gibson Gibsons formerly Iwed, WHl rles. Mrs.-James''(Wbson,.Mrs. now lives at Thompson and travels -Bancroft, -where James worked rman's sister, was 1 taking care for the Watkins company! The Louis Gael. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW FARM SALE 5S As we hav = farm half mile S£ property, on . sold our farm and are leaving Iowa will sell at public sale on north and 80 rods west of Lone «Rock, the following described 1 Thursday, November 3 = SALE TO BEGIN AT 12 NOON LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 13 35 One black Head of Horses 3 ' = = =s 1500; one suckling colt. mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1400, in foal; one bay mare 4 yrs. old, wt. said he had shelled '100,000 bushels of corn In the .past year. That's a lot of corn. George Shoemaker, the trucker at Irvington, was hauling the shelled corn to Galbraith. We enjoyed our visit with this jolly bunch of men. a * * * Roy Sherman, Wesley, was all smiles when wo saw him last week Stephen I as =§ Five extik good Shorthorn and one Guernsey, all milk cows, bred to regis- Shorthorn bull; 3 bred Shorthorn heifers; one bred Guernsey heif- rss I.ered milking jEi er. All good 5£ Guernsey cal cattle. One young registered Shorthorn bull; 4 spring'calves; one VOTEFOR illip J. Kohlhaas .Democratic Candidate For STATE EPRESENTATIVE OP KOSSUTH COUNTY—SECOND TERM nember of the Appropriations, Building and Loan, Cities owns, Constitutional Amendments, County and Township, izations, Insurance, Judiciary, Liquor Control and Motor le committees in the last legislature, I have sincerely en- red to keep Kossuth .county well .representd in state affairs, mpport in my campaign for reelection will be appreciated. 43-44 found on the farm. We can recall when nlRRfeT-head's were almost always used for the foundations of houses. * * * * Aage Har.sen, who lives on the Cuhlman farm, south of Irvington, vas doing the chores when we ailed on liim Saturday. He milks 0 cows and has 60 hogs, and they ceep him busy, along with farm vovk. He farms ICO acres. * * * * Urban Neuroth, who lives north of Wesley, lives on one of arms that John Mull in rents, and Urban works for John. Here we found baling soy beans going on. The beans in sheaf form are put nto the press, the beans having been cut with a grain binder. This The Party" yo»r refrigerator, from your dealer. Yea and is Fort Dodge Bottling Works we arrived at noon Friday. He had had dinner and was ready to pick corn. Henry has good corn this year. * * * * Ernest Hofmann, who bought the farm where he now lives, northeast of Titonka, was on the road, hauling a load of beets, when we met him last week Wednesday. Ernesl also raised beets when he farmed west of L'akota, and he says it payi to do so. He was to finish hauling that week. * * * * Ernest Heidecker, north of La kota, was unloading corn Friday when we saw him. He said he thought it too early to pick this year's corn and pile it up, for i is great feed for stock. * * * * i Evert Post, northeast of Titonka, was getting ready to shell corn last the will not keep. He had picked only 150 bushels before he went intc the. county contest last week, anc ho hoped he could do -better afte a little more practice. * * * * Roy Barnholt, southwest of Wes ley, lives on the William Kleii farm. Mrs. Barnholt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Klein, who =349 £5 ^**^ == Four put ew boy," he said. This baby was •orn last week Tuesday. ' Mr. and •HEAD are Ivan, Billy, Teddy, Dick, Gary, nd Franklin. They have not lamed the baby yet but Mrs. Sher- Head of Cattle 16 Head of Hogs 49 sbred Poland China brood sows, with 31 pigs at side; 14 Chester hursday. Come in and see our =5 white" and" Poland China feeder pigs, about 150 pounds each. PUREBRED WHITE EMBBEN GEESE. Three 3-year-old hen = Ji\-s. Sherman now have seven fine I SB: geese a nd ore extra fine gander from imported parents; 3 young geese. ads, all as healthy-looking as caniSS ° e found anywhere. The first sixjsa SIX HLi 800 PUREBRED NEW HAMPSHIRE HENS ANB PULLETS. Hatchery fldck. Pullets starting to lay. ONE PEDIGREED WHITE COLLIE, female, natural heeler. Hamilton ss 666 Liquid. Tnblets Salve. Sosc Props fry "Rub Tlsni," a Liniment. relieves COLDS, FEVER AND HEADACHES due to Colds Wonderful WE SELL AND RECOMMEND INSULATION Farm Machinery and Household Goods Stoughton wagon, triple box; John Deere iron wheel truck wagon and rack; New Ideal nlanure spreader; Hayes corn planter with 100 rods of wire; riding single-row cultivator; Deering 5-ft. mower; Emerson sulky plow; Moline gang plow; McCormick dump rake; International 8-ft. disc; 4-sec. International drag; Hoosier encjgate seeder; hand corn sheller; sweep feed grinder; feed cooker; 2 sets breeching harness; DLeval size 17 cream separator; Velie au- cylinders; 2 sets of hay slings; 110-ft. new hay rope, % in.; 2 brood- s= -tank heater 3= tompbile, 6 = Two cr INEXPENSIVE ROTPROOF • • FIREPROOF VERMINPROOF week Wednesday. He had had sealed corn released, and was selling it to make room for the new crop. Evert keeps his place in fine shape. It looks better every year when we call. * * * * At M. Christenson's, north of Tl- tonka, both Mr. and Mrs. Christenson were picking corn last week Thursday. They pick by hand. We noticed that they had a good crop. There are fine horses on this place. A beautiful sorrel team was hitched to the corn .wagon. Mr. Christenson, who likes to joke, told us another story about the mos- ciuitoes. They were so big and strong that they broke window panes and came right into the house! We have always found Mr. Christeusen to be an honest man, so you nan rely on this story. At Albert Yegge's, northwest of Wesley, corn was being picked with a two-row picker last week Monday. Albert said 17 big loads had been picked on the preceding Saturday afternoon. That is fast picking, even with a picker. The corn. was extra dry, and Albert said it would keep well. + ^ Hiram Boeckholt, one of the implement dealers at Titonka, also farms west of that town, but he was too busy Friday for a visit with us, though he did eay 'he wasn't now raising as many chick- I uns as he once did. | • ^ )jt ^ # f When we were at G.. 0. McFar- lnnd'8, southeast of Burt, last week Wednesday, Mrs. McFarland Her husband was "under have gone south, where they spend winters. * * * * Mr! and Mrs. George Bauman, east of Lakota, were ready to pick corn when we saw them Friday. They pick by hand, and they leave Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. S er stoves; 10 tin brood, coops; water feeders; many other items. bs, about 1500 bushels of new corn; some alfalfa hay; 20 bushels of s Green Mountain Potatoes. ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS—3-piece brown taup wool mohair overstuffed living room suite; S-niece walnu' dining suite; 3-piece hand decorated bedroom suite, drawers dustproof; 1937 floor model Zenith Wdio, can be used with battery or electricity; 2 8 ft. 3 in. by 10 ft. 6 in. rugs; one <j by 12 rug- South Bend kitchen range, cream, with polished steel trim, wonderful baker; 5-pce. breakfast set (with extension table; solid oak library table; White Rotary sewing machine; odd chest of drapers; chi-ffo-Robe; 1 bathroom andl kitchen wall cabinet; 3-burner oil stove with separate ove ; oil-burning bridge lamp; singing canary, cage, and stand; 2 32-piece sets of diah- es; kitchen E kitchen lino to 'mention. •= FLAIG & illlllllllllllllllll |MAI»*2S ".9M-A.WUK lF«E BOOH TCIL8 HOW ; at home In spare-time, in. .Earn while Inminjt. "Helen B. $1231 while „..„„. 'education not necessap. 1^'^^^^^^^^^ rD,i Hi oTAo i SK%,o^."o°a M .?.u~ > | i Name I Address ., Age.. PLANT SMULLINS HYBRID]! IOWA The TRIPLE PROTECTED HY- BBID, Time-Tested for Adaptibil Ity, Yield, and Quality. Place your order now and ; Insure yourself of a sufficient supply o the seed yon desire. said the Portland (Jll— UUl lllllg> Ul IX*^1_I iM.U-»l/ J M-«o-*-CJ *.™».w ,J I u — I .. f id other table utensils; 2 canners with wire racks; fruit aars,-3elly jars, and crocks; urn; 15 cream colored window shades, with fringe; many other items too numerous Frank R.Kuhn S—Cash, or see your banker. JLEPER, Auctioneers. No goods removed until settled for. as iff. L. COTTON, Clerk = Bli'.'lit ^ Drink Pepsi-Cola QUALITY Mr. and Mrs- Lloyd Bartlett held open house Sunday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Rena Gillette Burton, Plealant Lake, N. 0. Mrs. Burton s a cousin o£ the Bartlett broth- thers and came recently to spend an extended visit here with friends and relatives. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman, Mrs. Amelia Rike and Mrs. Carrie Tayor, all of Algona; Mr. and Mis. 0. B. Cunningham, Elmore; B. F. Callea and Mr. and MFB. A. M. Peterson of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Ai- fflrKW&^f&s 1 *" and Mrs. Louis Bartlett and children Beulah and Artt— Jain D. M. Stewart, Win. a and Raymond Bartlett, Messrs. and Mesdames WilHam Ringsdorf, Charlea PhaKpa, and B.. 0'.Mann, and Margaret Gerdis, Ruth Henken Fay Mann, .pad Lloyd Bavt- lett's three daughters. Lunch was served during the afternoon. Tbia L Mrs. Burton's first visit here in two d gueat* at George Larsen's were two daughters, Mrs. Rex Austin and baby, end Mrs. Btertlnjf Johnson and baby, from Jewell Mr, Austin and Mr. Johnson came Sunday to spend the day, all returning home 'ndav even- lD Mr and Mrs. Stanley Careen, of Waterloo, visited at the parent*! 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