Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1938 · Page 7
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IWA .»%'«! udan Hatnm PAGE? K ossufl) (Eotttrftt SV&umt r e NOVEMBER 24,1938 CANTATA AT BURT S territory to couM have secured ^easier right at u county. Many. hunters were dlB- thelr luck. , . At near Indianola, * Abraham RUchey Jd Ms 4-year-old eon PlnZotlng at a rah- Is behind a corn,e the rabbit out The Hav..'Bur, dlreoto' 1 ot the f at r Mason City, r*t~ 1 *[ he would obey a nandlng the return fd to the clmpel.by 'of near Alexander, ' court jury at , be of "tineound At the devil In Waterloo, hia car stalled, he- stopped It. 'CHAOS AND WAY OUT' PRESENTED BY METHODISTS Burt, Nov. 22—Fellowship Week at the Methodiat church closed Sunday evening with the presentation of the cantata, "Chaos anil the Way Out." This was a candle light service and very Impressive. Mrs, F. L. Ryerson and Mra. Deaa Andrews acted as readers. Other services of the week were quite .well attended and Instructive and nspiratlonal. Black's grandmother, who is 96 year of age, at Iowa Palls Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Worden and daughter Wilma visited relatives at Irvington Sunday. Marie Mennendahl, Mason City spent the week-end with Esther and Ruth Hodgson. Mr. M. Lichter is driving a new J - Ti Heaney lm9 a The Lester Schmidts, Bode, were Sunday guests at the Paul Moore home. The F. L. Ilyersone were Mason City visitors Saturday. » • Hurt's Bnsketeers Win. Burt, Nov. 22—(Hurt won both basketball games from Armstrong Friday evening, the 2nd team winning by a score of 11 to 1, while the first team won by a 15 to 9 score. This was the first basket ball game of the season. of the In ,0<<ESTION association the theme of "News- litlon Week'' decreed Kiel, many Iowa pap[tabulated the amount had contributed In a [churches and schools, interposes, farm news If the space so con- tt sold at regular •atee It would have Idle a lew examples— Herald-Register *7,- bnberg Press, U400; Reporter, $900; the Imicle, $1,726. Howev- j to the Knoxville Ex- [ewspapers really need bouquets, but just , v . If each eubscriber its name tab, note the he is 'Paid, and 'act his week, it will be ^cognition newspapers STDIATE of 0. T>. chairman, Iowa i seal around 130 mll- [-of corn, on which, af they will toor.roiw more than $70,000,000 is baaed on th orn sealed under the an, when farmer* in red 60 millions at th [figure of 45c. The pre ; price for, new corn 1 thirties, which Is no llongslde the govern 57c to eligible farm course, of the cor We for sealing, from ^thirds will be fed to that is ail ways where | of the Iowa corn crop DELINQUENT TAX LIST ussu'th linlster.s Entertained Here— The Rev. and Mrs. Thohurn pelcher entertained the ministers a,nd their wives o£ this sub-dis- rlct at the monthly sub-district meeting Tuesday. Those attending n eluded the Rev. and Mra. A. H, ffood, Good Hope, the Kev. and rtrs. W. L. Patterson, Titonka, tho lev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom, oC Wesley, the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey kelson, Lu Verne, and the Rev. ind Mrs, G. R. McDowell, of West Bend. War Nurse's Health Poor- Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Grover son Harold and Erma Baars arc to spend Thanksgiving at the home )f the Grover daughter, Mrs. V. K. Smith, at Milwaukee. Mrs. J. \V Oorrance will accompany them to visit her sister, Mrs. S. J. Barteau, at Oak Park, 111., Mra. Barteau is still In very poor health. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill will stay at the Dor- ranee home during her absence. 5 Is a true and correct list of all lands and town lots In turn uro ,i,, n ,.V,',S n w'-'ch the taxes for the year 1987 and previous Nnti™ it !,„ . p ?- ld as a PPears from the several tax lists In my office. or imlci M,, r~,\ v , slv ? n that ""less the taxes, Interest and costs are soon- as is ,ppn«,,rS ° W s Ascribed lands and town lots or so much thereof ai thn rm,M y -r pay Ul . e sala tax - Merest and costs thereon, will be sold m-st \r™,Vn y i * measurer's e f ttce In Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the m •L.,I i n^i i, December ' A - D. 1938, between the hours of 10 o'clock'a. K.!, .... CIOCK P. m, of said day until all said lands and town lots have noun offered for sale. thn v,!.,', l . n i cases whcre there are existing delinquent taxes other than for inw ;,,,,„i iown, same having been previously offered for sale, but remaln- tlie description un d ' thla £act ls indicated by an asterisk (*) preceding M. J. DUFFY, Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa. ALGONA—ORIGINAL PLAT 1'nrt of Sec. or Town, Add or S«c. Twp Acred Ycnr Siib-Dlv. or or ling nnil Sold Visitor Returns to Oregon- Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter Barbara, took their daughter, Mrs. Frank Lathrop, to Minneapolis Sunday, where she left for her home at Salem, Ore. She had spent several weeks here. The Thompsons spent a day or two with relatives before returning home. N union of Owners L. A. Gronwall 3 I-. A. Gronwall 4 Walter F. Dodds et al ... 7 Walter F. Dodds et al .. 8 Nettle Haafj i Nettle Hang 2 Nettle 1-Iu.ag 3 Nettie. Haag 4 Nettie Haag B Nettle Haajj 6 Perry St. John *2 Ferry St. John *3 Perry St. John »4 Perry St. John *5 Perry St. John »6 Nettle Haae 8 M'llhlem M. Buhnke 3 •Wllhelm M. Behnke .... 4 Wllhelm M. Behnke B lAVUhelm M. Behnke .... 6 Lucia J. Wallace S 1 /. 5 Lucia J. Wallace S% 6 Lucia J. Wallace . ...S% 7 Lucia J. Wallace S% 8 1 Addle F. Gingrich et al .. 5 Hazel D. Forbes 5 I 11 .. O. Bjustrom W 1-3 7 Ann Stwart et al S 5 rds. Lewis Eike S 22' of N 46' Edw. A Boss B 44'o£N44' I N 44' I,. J. Dickinson Botsford Lumber Co. ... Anna Stewart et al 2 H. B. Rlst 2-3 Hazel M. Burns S'/4 4 Hazel M. Burns 5 Elsie B. Rice 1 , Blmer J. Kelly 7-8 i Mervln C. Cronan 5 Mervln C. Cror.an 6 .•1-2-5-6-7 j jO t Dlk. 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 16 16 17 22 25 28 30 ., . Thos. B. Metcalf Eight to S. S. Institute— | Thos. B. Metcalt The Rev. L. Richmann and his MaryHarsch ••••••••»% j> , , , ,* „ L T uniirt Wftlo- -f. M. Moore . ,S 82 of lotso-o daughter Margaret, Luella Weis- Marle H(Jlnsohn at a i ka, Mary Jean Rachut, Luella of ]0 ts 3-4 Bleich, Alviua Hasse, Lois Lav-1 renz, and Marie Carter attended a Lutheran Sunday school teachers' meeting at Algona Sunday after- ( noon. 35 35 48 50 56 56 67 67 58 68 59 59 68 73 S% 86 100th* For 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 ' 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 Tax Int. CofttB Total 18.96 13.55 2.26 6.61 .62 5.37 .57 .57 .57 .67 1.46 1.83 1.83 24.06 2.55 .90 1.81 1.81 11.74 1.99 .90 .90 .90 41.54 4.76 6.24 .85 .61 .10 .30 .01 .12 .01 .01 .01. .01 .13 .16 .16 2.18 .23 .20 .08 .08 .04 .04 .04 1.87 .11 .12 222.19 10.36 60.68 2.73 -19.34 38.38 2.17 9.8T 65.03 163.50 5.14 .64 30.73 9.67 1.61 1.21 8.02 30.62 25.73 14.10 .87 .86 .10 .M t.tl 6.91 .23 .03 1.38 .44 .07 .05 .55 2.08 .58 .32 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 30 .30 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .•0 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .60 .30 20.11 14~.46 2.6V 7.21 .93 6.79 .88 .88 .88 .88 2.19 2.59 2.59 26.84 3.33 1.40 2.19 2.19 12.67 2.3S 1.24 1.24 1.24 43.71 6.16 5.66 232.84 63.71 Nicholas Soholtes 16 IB 1937 Kbnneth Dltsworth .... 1 16 1937 Ttteo. A. Dlxon ..,. 2 IS 1937 Theo. A, Dlxon ........ 3 16 1937 Theo. A. Dlxon 4 16 1937 Tho. A. Blxon 6 16 1937 Theo. A. Dlxon S 16 1937 Theo. A. Dlxon 7 16 . 1937 Theo. A. Dlxon' 8 16 1937 Mrs. Hattie Llchllter ..... 9 16 1937 Mrs. Hattie Llchllter ..10 18 1937 Mrs. Hattie Lleliliter ..12 16 1937 T. A. Dlxon 13 18 ' 1937 T. A. Dlxon 14 16 1937 T. A. Dlxon IB 16 1937 Kenneth Dltsworth ..*. 16 16 - 1937 Kcr.neth Dltsworth .... 17 16 1937 Kenneth Dltsworth 18 16 1937 Kenneth Dltsworth 19 18 1937 Kenneth Dltsworth .... 20 16 1937 Mut. Trust Life Ins. ....12 17 1937 Flora M. Gllles 3 22 1937 Flora M. Qllles 4 22 • 1937 Flora M. Gllles ...;.... 5 22 1937 Flora M. Gllles 6 22 1937 Flora M. Gllles 7 22 1937 Flora M. GIHes 8 22 1937 Flora M: Gllles 9 22 1937 Flora M. Gllles 10 22 1937 Lucy A. Dlxon 11 22 1937 T. A. Dlxon 12 22 1937 T. A. Dlxon 13 22 1937 T. A. Dlxon 14 22 1937 F. Anderson 19 22 1937 F.Anderson 20 22 1937 Wm. Carolan 11 26 1937 Wm. Carolan *12 26 1937 Harina Bratlur.d 2 27 1937 Hanna Bratlund 3 27 1937 Lena Schluttner 1 28 1937 Lena Schluttner 2 28 1937 Lena Schluttner 3 28 1937 Lena Scfcluttner 4 28 1937 CALL'S ADD. Albert Cutler 6 1 1937 Ellen McCoweln *beg 8 rd w of SW cor lot. 14 Blk 1 Call's Add N 40 rd W 8 rd S 40 rd B 8 rd ot beg 1 }»" A. Vf: Kennedy It 2 1937 Carl Geo. Johnson 12 2 1»« Carl Geo. Johnson 13 2 i™' Carl Geo. Johnson 14 2 "a' Carl Geo. Johnson beg 26 67-83 rd B of SW cor of NW'/i SEc. 24-98-29 N 20 rd B 8 rd S 20 rd W to beg 1.13 1.61 1.51 1.51 1.51 1.61 1.51 1.61 1.51 .78 .79 8.88 1.51 1.51 1.51 18.88 1.61 1.51 1.61 1.62 11.10 .22 .22 .22 .22 .23 .22 .23 2.22 7.55 1.51 1.51 1.51 1.52 28.32 37.76 3.01 26.43 2.01 .71 13.82 .71 .71 .03 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .07 .04 .04 .40 .07 .07 .07 .SB .07 .07 .07 .07 .25 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .01 .04 .34 .07 .07 .07 .07 1.27 1.70 .27 1.19 .10 .03 .60 .03 .03 .30 .30 .30 ,30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30^ '.30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 '.30 .30 .30 .30 .30 5.86 .13 .30 1.46 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.12 1.13 9.58 1.88 1.88 1.88 20.03 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.89 11.66' .63 .53 .53 .53 .54 .53 .54 2.56 8.19 1.88 1.88 1.88 1.89 29.89 39.76 3.58 27.92 2.41 1.04 • 14.22 1.04 • 1.04 . 6.29 said o. 1. until It Inters, w line of said o. 1. on w line .60 Wllhelm T .............. Ada Ann Robinson . ........ 4 Augusta Welserfberg _________ Minnie Hagrlst . ...... - ....... \ Minnie Haglrt --------------- a 1937 3937 1937 32.2» 28.63 1.79 10.75 1.4B 1.29 .04' .24 .30 .75 ,30 11.80 .30 41.38 .60 3.15 .60 74.99 56.40 33.95 30.22 2.13 11.29 .30 .30 .30 .30 (Continued on Page 8.) Wm. Carolan .......... B-6 Wm. Carolan .......... 5 Wm. Carolan ........... 6 Ambrose W. Kennedy S 60 1 Andrew W. Kromlnga .... 8 Prank A. Becker 1937 ADD 1936 1.15 .05 75.02 10.13 42.48 '1.91 .21 .84 A.j.Rohe ............... u Walter Leslie .......... 4 Wal ADD. 1937 1ST ADD. 1937 1937 4.72 .94 18.88 .85 1.50 85.75 44.69 5.23 1.28 20.03 a AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE We are prepared to meet any or all COMPETITION on reliable Automobile Insurance. If you are a Safe Driver we can furnish you with a Special Lk>w Priced Policy which will save you up to 40% providing you have no accidents or file a claim. There is no MEMBERSHIP PEE or POLICY FEE but a good straight contract, easily read and understood. Remember our claim service is second to none. Come in and talk it over. Kruse-Blossom Ins* Agency Phoue 125 Algona, Iowa 10.65 .24 .30 11.19 . . . 0 K^'oVsB SUB'pli Of O. L. 1-2-3-* MOKEHOUSB^^B 1.48 5.13 1.17 meal Chas. Peterson et al *S% 8 Chas. Peterson et al ..' 9 D. B. Powers 14 Delbert Hunt Robert M. Jones 9 Odell W_% 3 1937 2.63 3 1937 3.01 . 3 1937 9.44 . 1 4 1937 1.51 . AUDITOR'S PLAT SB% SWU SEC 24-98-29 Eliza F.liza Eliza Eliza Eliza Odell . . . Odell ........ W,% Odell ........ W% Odall ........ W% 20.61 Eliza Odell ........ W% Bridget Qulnn ........ 2 39.54 Bridget Quini?' ..... ..... 3 Bridget Quinn ...... .. 4 Wm. McCowein 7 8 9 10 11 12 2.57 11.87 68.29 160.71 5.67 .97 32.41_ 10.41 1.98 1.56 9.17 33.30 26.61 14.72 B. J. Murtagh .......... 9 Knoll's Post Am. Legion 1 Knoll's Post Am. Legion 2 Knoll's Post Am. Legion 3 Gertie C. Thompson 10 Kose Schryver 24 J. C. Koppen j J. C. Koppen * J. C. Koppen g 1937 ADD 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 INCORP.—OKIG. PLAT .25 .30 .56 YOUB FRIEND AT MEAL TOTE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, XOYEMBER 25 AND 26 Variety & Economy The sanitary, well stocked Council Oak Store, with a wide range of quality foods and everyday low prices. fuUy meet all requirements in pleasing the family at the table. Check carefully the seasonable specials for this weeK-emu. Fresh Side Pork S SS. Th 13c L. J. DeGraw ... .1 Anna Sutton 9 Wm. Henry Salmon .... 4 E. A. Barton *N% lot 5 sub dlv. of 4 Lucy C. Llzer B RESERVATION NO. 1 1937 26.09 .59 .30 26.98 8 1937 1937 1937 1 STORKS, 11-year-old feirl, suffered serious her clothing caught kitchen stove. . . At her Page county home. nraddle, 45, suffered a cook stove blew.up I a fire with keroseae. burned in a gasoline pctober 28, Mrs. Mary (-year-old Dea Moines . one day last week. llplng a neighboring wo- [Ella Seiberling, epray I cockroach runs" when occurred. Mrs, Seib- flied October 29.. the Van, Meter pitches for the'.Cleye, plays a taat game o£ nes, but ae a car driv- |wentyl is swifter ; yet. atrolmen who followed an from the north part xmnty into Dea Moines Bintained a 'speed of 80 See Famed Barroom Play- Members o£ the Senior and Junior Christian Endeavor Societies and a number of other Burt people attended "Ten Nights in a Barroom" at the Algona Methodist church Sunday evening. Buells to Florida Again- Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Buell will leave next Wednesday for St. Petersburg, Fla., where they will again spend the winter months. simper This Week Friday- The Methodist Ladies Aid will hold its annual supper and bazaar in the church parlors Friday evening, December 2^ E. L. Bally > r ext Sunday— The loca: be host to a sub- League rally next noon and evening. Feather Tarty is Given — 6 1937 5 1937 CALL'S ADD, Irene-Elizabeth Lamuth 3-4 118 1937 J. I* O'Connor 1-2-3-4-7 8 216 1937 Wilfred Johnson ........ 2 217 1937 Bert B. Baldwin ........ 3217 1937 Nellie O. Taylor ........ 5 217 Kverett Faith .......... *8 217 Paul Fechner ..... J3 1-3 7 226 Amelia 1937 12.09 14.10 27.09 2.18 4.52 2.62 V.59 3.27 7.31 1.08 3.18 .54 .63 .61 .20 .20 .06 .34 .07 .16 .05 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 12.98 16.03 28.00 2.98 5.02 2.98 8.23 3.61 7.77 1.43 3.98 W, J. Morehart 6 Daisy Combs N 50' of S 1937 7.06 .32 1937 3.03 .14 1937 3.03 .14 1937 3.03 .14 193? 55.60 1.25 1937 2.02 .05 1937 3.63 .08 1937 8.07 .18 1937 3.53 .08 1937 32.69 1.47 OF LOT 1 OF OUT LOT g l 30 7.68 30 3.47 30 3,47 ,30 3.47 ,36 67.05 ,30 2.37 .30 3.91 .30 8,55 .30 3.91 .30 34.36 .30 ' 13.19 In piece or sliced, Lb. Many insist that the sweetest meat to eat "with golden brown buckwheat cakes is nice crisp fried fresh side pork. NICHOLSOK'S 1ST ADD. jg ^ ^ 3Q ^ M Katie Rentz ?-° Katie Rentz i ' Katie Rentz ° Estel Rentz ViV.V, i Henry Toeben ..ex N 140 1 Henry Toeben . -ex N 140 2ND 2 1 & SUB. DIV. OF 7-8 5 I I 5 S 1937 60.68 2.73 .30 63.71 MURTAGH'S ADD 1936 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 I 14.51 .33 1-2 BUBLL'S 27.87 3.76 8.15 .37 14.65 .66 3.02 .14 13.75 .62 3.03 .14 , .N 75' 1 .. . .B. SO Wm. Kuhn Jr 232 1937 23.17 56.70 1.04 2.11 .30 .30 24.51 59.51 CALL & SMART'S Jacob Harlg \ % Fredoline Steussy .. 4-5 4 Hulda & Edw. Genrloh .. 6 » Hulda & Edw. Genrlch .. 7 5 P. A. Danson * » 1937 23.17 .82 .30 23.9S 1937 1937 1937 'lOt 7 CLL'S THIRD ADt»" Frank Becker .......... * 6 1937 Mae Jones ...... *l-2 8-4-6 1 Mary J. Ward .......... * Mel«aM,Finn J937 C ALVS PARK ADD! 1937 13.62 14.45 4.03 21.60 22.58 1.08 9.91 4.50 45.58 30.23 28.20 24.18 2.02 12.09 .70 .31 .66 .18 .97 1.02 .05 .46 .20 4.12 1.36 1.27 1.09 .09 .64 .03 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .60 .30 .30 .30 -.30 .30 .30 . .»W50' 3 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 14.23 15.40 .4.51 . 22,87 23.90 1.43 10.66 5.00 50.30 31.89 29.77 25.67 2.41 1193 L03 Lottie Isenberger Lottie Isenberger Lottie Isenberger Mary B. Shanor , Mary B. Sr.anor .. Jessie M. Rash .* Jessie M. Rash . Edwin Chafee .. •• ,. - OT71 , MURTAGH'S 2D. ADD AND SUB, C. L. Holding et al . .B% 4 8 'C. L. Holding etal.. ..E% 5 8 C. L. Holding et al ..EM, DAVIDSON .g 1ST ADD. W.J.Davidson J 2 18 1»J» W. J. Davidson -.' » " ioa7 W. J. Davidson^^^.-g p * A ^ QF NW% 8.07 3.03 16.29 9.08 31.28 9.41 112.81 16.29 .30 15.11 .60 32.23 ' .30 8.82 I .30 1B.B1 i .30 3.46 .30 14'.67 .30 3.47 .30 8.73 .30 3.47 .30 17.32 .30 9.58 .30 32.28 .60 10.83 .30 123.19 I 17.32 OF BLK 1 AjiD OUT LOTS 1-2-3, 1937 1937 1937 L.&L.Sheldon^.^WIO^^ A W. & Mildred Radeke 2 B, O. Chlpman " Iver W. Hanson *•'• \ Ivor W. Hansen * Iver W. Hansen ........ jj E. Chafee "- 120.34 10.44 6.39 .55 7.52 .65 8 B O a 2B.97.a ? , . NW% SBC. 25-97-29 The American Legion feather party in the new t an hour7 even"'driving hall Tuesday evening, November garah an it\'nm f*f AwtvAvtvrA^.Oft <1O Rose Householder 2 I N l rd ' and W% ° CALL'S AVE3. ADD. held a Laura Holtcamp ...... - » 2<» Legion P. A, Danson et.- 1 ex "847.51' 24.92 1.12 .30 26.34 1937 16.12 .72 .30 17.14 .68 .03 .30 1.01 i town of Ankeny at 80. i was returning from a at in northern Iowa, in East Dea Moines. li reckless driving and bis own bond to ap- aring Nov. 28. baa crashe-l and will f \r6t appear Crosby picture, "Tho She is 5-year-old ott, daughter of Mr, and Tapscott, formerly of ^r, and a niece of M^rs. and E, M. Tap- ot Lamoni. Little Kay [given a 7-year contract 22. 1937 19S7 Burt News. Paul C. Geilenfeld 5-6 ' A uDITOR'S PLAT 17.73 72.24 .40 3.25 .30 .30 18.43 75.79 Other fellow teachers, Miss H C Johannsen N 66' of H E 66' Lot 3 NEV 4 SB% with her wick. Two W1PK 1 WO loiiun ^«« ' i j * ruuiv r"-»i»ffly3S^fc here. The ^s?: ^ rl %|°Vl ^^3T^i'^ , Henry from $100 Per specialty Vso elngs. • KG to |700 a ie dancing, .panied Mrs. Henry accom-1 and 2 95 29 2 96 29 2 95 29 2 95 29 BB« 2 95 29 2 95 29 ,2 95 29 2 95 29 1937 • 36.27 1.63 .30 38.20 1937 61.25 6.64 .60 .67.30 1937 ll.«9 .26 .80 12.15 B. Chalee A. Ev Mitchell ...... • • • • ^ A. B. Mitchell . .2-3-4-5 6-7 A. E. Mitchell l;2-3 Martha Boyken » H. W. Sehulte * *" Maren Anderson •• B :° T M. McFall ........I"- 1 * Penton Co-Op. Oil Co..., 1 E. W. Ruske »» f Sylvster Hainzlnger ..... A M. c. Hantelman & Chas. N4lson W 92' o^ SV4 Lot 9 8R' 6" S 10' W 89' 6 N 1937 1937 1937 1937' 1937 5.09 22.40 PBNTON INCORP.-ORIG. PLAT ot ..8 1937 14.10 .63 .30 16.03 8 and B 48 >o e t"5 Iud S p r iaf S ^U fl Hattie Kuhn S« of 2 95 95 29 Cedar James NORTH out Of 'to the country, •year-old railroad emitted suicide hy *aust fumes. . , At Peo- 21-year-old Clifford Bnd- ington, 'token i a downtown street and critical condition. •Mr. were home an ai the "Yd S . *- w fibriD Stelnman « «• Stelnman J Steinmar.i Jg 7 cantata - ,ne Methodict ~ Lot - 5 -^ Ch Mr Ch and Mrs. Arno!d KJ-rt Iowa, ^p^tlK^^a^ipS Sun- love affair, shot " ™ ^ the Art Fandel home. Wm . suson Mr and Mrs. Charles Olson cud Lloyd stelnma n v T ofhn and JYiro. * ju * v daughter Marie were visitors Saturday,__ . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'Fenner totaling ^120,000 from the ( a nston, Ill- Mrs. May-Mont-1 trlvlnE at the ot killed ia 11 95 29 1937 40.30 1.81 .30 42.41 1937 75.88 3.41 .30 79.B7 1937 20.15 .91 .30 21.30 1937 12.76 1.15 .30 14.21 1937 81.27 3.66 .30 85.23 1937 42.35 2.63 .30 45,28 1937 17.81 .79 .30 18.70 of N% Lot of S% of Lot 8 W. T. Lot Co | W T. Lot Co. ? Vf. T. Lot Co » W. T. Lot Co. , * Lizzie Scott et al " ^ntSn^O^OlicoEW^ Roselina Krause ..... • • J-? ,X V. H. Bohn ••; «o2 4 10 ~' °T LOT C0. 7 S PLAT OF PART OF ia T LOTTO'S -PLAT'OF PART OF O. id Halnzlnger * Jj 1937 1937 193T 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 CO. 1ST ADD. 1937 1937 1.23 2.06 15.42 72.30 84.86 35.99 56.56 17.99. 12.34 7.93 1.87 i .30 12.66 .30 2?.25 .60 131.38 .60 7.64 .60 8.77 I .30 20.93 | .30 6.50 .30 23.20 .30 1.161 .30 1.14 .30 1.16 .30 1.16 .30 1.15: .30 1.56 .30 2.41 ! .30 16.07 , ,60 78.96 1 .60 91.12 .30 37.91 .30 59.41 .30 18.69 ,30 12.92 .30 8.69 RIB BEEF STEAK, Pound 16c SIRLOIN AND SHORT CUTS, Lb. 17c ROUND STEAK, Pound 23c The beef steak at these popular prices will be cut to any desired thickness. Wide Bacon mndiess % Lb. pkg. —15c BEEF ROASTS, Pound 16c and ___13c FALL SALMON, Pound 14£ BLACK COB, Pound — ————14^ BIG AND BING BOLOGNA, Pound _ **-%* FRESH SMOKED WIENERS, Pound 19* Lemon Creams 25c 15c 19.28 .43 .30 20.01 ' 6.43 2.47 2.47 2.47 2.47 2.47 15.86 12.34 41.13 64.09 19.02 .93 5.69 .43 Arnoid Halnzlnger Augusta lianserroan .... August Langerman .... T M. MoFall com. at pt 4 18 1837 1937 C" AS BLKS. 13-14 92.56 4.17 .30 AS BLKS. 16-17-18- 16.90 .76 .30 2.47 .11 .36 2.47 .11 .SO 7.02 2.88 2.88 i a.88 2.88 2.88 ' 16.51 12..92 ' 42.36 I 7«'.3S 19..75 97.03 FBOSTED Poung Bag The popular cooky in bygone days. Grown-ups will be glad to again enjoy this "Old Time" Sweet Cracker, all covered with frosting. The youngsters of today will also relish this old time favorite. Grapefruit Juice Pure unadulterated juice of tree ripened grapefruit Elth~ er the sweetened or unsweetened. Fnnch a hole In the can and Jt,s ready to serve. Kellogg's Bran Flakes, per pkg. -_— 9c A delicious "ready to serve" cereal. Contains 40% bran flakes combined with other parts of the wheat At Council [ Oak this week-end at 9c per pkg. Aunt Dinah Molasses, No. 2i can --- 15c Aunt Dinah is the desirable molasses for such seasonable delicacies as Ginger Bread, Boston Brown Bread, Baked Beans and Pumpkin Fie. Buy a supply for Holiday Bak- ln at the special price. Navy Beans Tomatoes 7c 29 ' 1937 , STACT'S ADD. 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 12.10 .64 .30 12-94 1.80 1.53 4.17 1.44 5,07 1.80 .04 .03 ,29 .03 .30 .04 .30 .39" .60 .30 .30 .30 IX COLLEGE at Mount nounces acceptance 'of 2.14 1.86 5.06 1.77 6.67 2,14 1.22 3.88 21.51 8.62 4.36 6.90 1.40 17.81 206 r W140' to beg LyHa ICrause .-.;•••••• Carl Volght •„• vj Kate Newel ...... 1Z-N *^ - "- & Humphrey 19 PART OF OUT 15 1937 16.90 .7« 17.96 23.25 .52 .30 24,07 PARK ADD. 1937 1937 1937 36.99 25.19 30.04 1.66 .66 2.66 liuella Newel et al ^g^ J 12 1937 1937 C. P. B. Mitchell q-VlB^ex 12% A & part platt- 3 Ilmma U weld Julia.Ball . „.. aud Mra i FAST Jfortbwestern I Sun day at train strucfc. tli* car ot daughter, Mrs. ?ht, 55, at a croaslog Ip jJmmetshurg. pids, both • Jl — knocked a 1 T he oar d but K^igUt'"'w6' merely I ^aturday. head cuts a^d shock, Mr*. A. George, Norma 12 om Tamen .•> 2 3 Tom Tamen ...;.....»% * Wm, Moore .....•-•;••• 7 W. B. Ley .,...<••••'••" .i John B. Koppen ........ " John B. KOPPW ..v.^- 1 ! Floyd Koepke'.. >• ,| Chicago. and Mrs. Volentine and soft Ne n>« o. Taylor Jean Rash. Stuart ter & Bertoc , John, <B e week-end la --»- " .d son 6 3 1937 87.76 1-70 Elvttge frlisfB Bahe CJSapman J 1 ' 1 1-8V4. N 43 1-3' Of H 10' SI S 40' of BJW'^S Frances C. M»*y sees, .1987 1987 1937 J937 3.78 11.66 11,65 7.63 39.76 4.26 13.41 18.41 8.81 John SPier AnnaUfcena s! Freafc . LANDS ^-VlllA! 1937 1937 ,J937 1937 1987 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 . 1937 1937 . 1937 1937 1937 1937 ADPITION ^ 7.40 4.11 20.67 31.31 38.95 , 25.96 33.30 8.03 4.59 21.80 32..31 15.95 .36 .30 16.61 4.67 56,06 21.98 28.48 4.67 26.50 .65 .65 24.77 20.48 .82 9.80 41.41 18.69 48.80 8.23 17.38 .21 2.52 2.07 2.36 .21 1.19 .03 .03 1.88 1.20 .92 .22 2.12 .84 6.03 .73 .78 . 68.88 24.65 31.44 5.18 "11 i '.98 . 26.45 21.98 1.14 10.82 43.83 , 19.88 54.43 9.66 18,46 Many consider these small Michigan pea beans the finest for soup and baked beans. This is your opportunity to buy beans for the winter at a low price. Morning O No. 2 Light * Cans Tomatoes at a low price are not always a good value. Morning light Tomatoes in No. 3 cans at our special price of 3 cans for 17c are an outstanding value. Bed ripe, fine flavored and well-filled cans. < Council Oak Crushed Wheat This delicious health bread sold only at Council Oak Stores. You will enjoy its rich nutty flavor. Especially nice to toast* Cove Oyster*, 2—4-oz. cans — --^ 23c Cove Oysters keep indefinitely in the can. Vice to have a pantry supply for soup on short notice. Many prefer cove oysters in poultry dressing. Marshmallows Bag 23 c 1936 1987 1837 1937 •4 17.11 ffl H.76 dTjffl 1»?7 16..B2 .60 .80 19.63 36.19 8.47 18,16 84.8? 2.67 S?.9i J7.1? Frances „ 0. Marquis v; « «. j SotlU _---' M I8 e"lO ft. Chas. Hllferty * * . - LEDYARP » • * ill? 6 13.90 .81 .80 14.61 ^,^.11. .10 M| 467 .21 -30 §.18 f 67 -.21 .30 6.18 70 96 819 .30 14.44 riar'fi $ & t7 38.47 1.7? .30 40.50 I^^Jfi^CTL^"^ GV9 An49rson, }>«. » «t ne rt j,tfirt »«v* *•"" JWT M.W. *-62 14.96 5.16 59.28 .» Keep a supply o! this light, fluffy confection on hand for salads, baked apples, and other baking purposes. }jj Lb. lilack* 81c 97 /* % Lb. Green» f t^ The favorite of many critical tea drinkers all over tile world. Buy a good supply at our special prices for W* week-end. Hed Bag Whole Berry 43 C When we grind as they direct many get more real enjoyment out of our "Bed Bag" Coffee than from the wore expensive brands. Hard Water Hatkins Blue Barrel Soap

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