Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Holiday travel Is happier when you ride MILWAUKEE ROAD folki We'll , |flj«tlck«twh«r*' . fgnlm charge. Let the storms blow! You're safe from the hazards and discomforts of KOSSUTH COUNTY A&VANCB. At/inMA JAUM C. H. KLAMP, Field rtc|.r..*.. l itm i v^ borhood. * * * We called at R. all prominent In the Hurt neigh- H. Ortman's, was feeding h s hoe whon him Friday He °m all of corn, "nd h h! S in i ! They ra: grinder. had been gathered with a and we saw them hull the way that was new to us. the seed through a feed This rubbed off the hull. Low fares every day make it cheaper Tr '"''- is high whether you ride in™^ jfhinks lhat ^ modern coaches or standard or tourist ' timo out foi> I"' sleeping cars. llave done better ° '" g out exceedl »e'y well. The ! " north of Burt, last week Thursday, and were glad to learn that Mrs. Ortman, who had not been well, wap much better. Mr. and Mrs. Ortman have one 'boy, and he takes a great, interest in helping his father on the farm. Father and eon picked most of the corn by hand, and they were thankful to be ' picking before the present weather set In. Tren " y '"' as Bros., PAGE SEVEN sea level and is exceedingly hot, registering 212 degrees. It is cooled at the plant before bottling. Mr. Callahan has a route on which he delivers the water, and it takes a week to cover route. The water'has.no lime in ft. Mr. and Mrs. Zanke lived in California n the best place to live, came back. Their Crib is full of corn, and in one field there are stacks of alfalfa hay. Joe la known to about year but thought Iowa was still everybody at Algona, for lie 'farmed many years in Union township. of Algona, he the seed. Dean was using 1 " a large McGregor street crossing. Tom reading glakss to watch the seod not at borne, and the hired man might closely. His Dad is one of the old- dltln 't know how many hogs there, timers in that neighborhood, and wcre °n the farm. We could look the Mann families are about <u ln anv dll 'ection and see fine Duroc Henry well known, and just as reliable, Jerseys, however. Tom is feeding as any of the many good farmers] out ^° llea(1 o£ Hereford yearlings, in old Kossuth. iThe hired man didn't know how ... - -- — * * * * many other cattle there were on not tie Iong_till a change We had a visit Friday with the the I> lafie : ne sald ll ke Pt him busy * " " feeding stock and SHIPPERS: Protect yourself from costlv n Ij| \ 9 ' week Wodncsd ay, „. ,. delays due to winL traffic hoards" K^rST * ™**' The Milwaukee Road handles freight !*' hen we callcd ' promptly and efficiently in any quantity wa^made^'ro^hTV'' 1 ! " """T T, we nad a visit Frid£ >y wlth the t!ie P >a ™': f or classification. Y move to a farm ,™? r ^ 'rT ? R ? V 1 C ' G> Sinnlng - new Lon <> Rock ™ st ° £ ' he „.„,,, . Ialm south of ntonka minister. n.P'fWrin<r +„ 1,1™ doins the c farming that I am now able to retire I will sell 3 = No is HIP fniin™- 1~~ •, •;P east of S6xton on the north side of Highway = g wo. is the following described property. 3 I Thursday,December221 Let us serve you. I that they last minster. Referrin o his name chores. We noticed that liwi-c, n " .---°-- —"• j=«". »"•• and he said jokingly "Thei-p BI-P VTiiTp n " of the cribs were full of corn. l^-.?!J a ?? - llave . tw ° children, a lot of u s who go, o, ought to, by Thls ls the Archie Hutchison estate MILWAUKEE ROAD boy and girl, and the "kids having great fun with their cycles, on w speedy. We' next time to watch out for speed cops! were that name." trl- Lon'e Rock suits'the P' ace - For man y years Archie gave i.p it loving attention, and it shows , and here's$tm p] nll on P « f f i t r J. H. Zanke, east of Burt, is now feeling much better. He was re.... ,„,„ „ .„„ , . ., _ _. , cently at the Kossuth hospital for Chris Henrichson, north of Led- Portland farms WP fn^rthfm 0 ",!" ' telt days ' But U is hard to kee P * yard, had a,farm sale a week ago, ^0^w^SJS %&]%}%? ^ in S&rSa^ is Fd'° fI^fo' r< ? m i tleeS ro lla T ^^ (Jie< *' to see him and their mother. Out _ ra O f Lone Rock ' h"l i Th*' ls Mrs ' Jt E- CaHnhan ' the /"" n "He figured that" farmers T-Tnnmu, ™m ™,, WaS m- 5 f\ T? 6 es t> and sn e arrive'd last week 'raid of sleeping sick™** K^^l!!.™ 0 !!.^* 1flft ° R , * e Monday to stay till the 17th. The ot B urt. other is Mrs. C. L. Morris, of San prices for good animals. """ '"""" Albert Baasi northeast of Burt Luis Rey, Calif., who is , i i •- . .. 'nnvonncn t vn InnH «i n ,„,**** was not at home when WP ivrivp. Prank Bahling, west of Burt, was last week Thmsdly Mi^s feeding his cow e when we called sai d he was helping die on him ast week Monday. He has bn,ement hICh IT'S the HEALTHIEST HEAT .'•'the-. >-«%w/3^ •.»upi n r L feed ed » he iS teed " where the house ° Ilad!lled a short time ago. at Jon Koestler's remembered as a trained nurse at Algona. The Zanke son Howard lives at El Monte, Calif. Mr. Callahan was also here and he had attended irniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ AUCTION rt nuWic 1 = SALE • 7 1500 about .SEXTOff LADIES' AID WILL SERVE LUNCH ...*> Head of Horses ° ld ' 12 Head of Cattle 121 cales registered Angus bull, 3 yrs. old; 3 good milch cows; 1 Angus 3, '" 2 yrs. old; 1 yearling steer; 1 Angus bull calf; 2 131 Head of Sheep 30 bred native ewes; 1 buck. 31 burned down a sae at new Co ' hve » They have sales . [LOWEST COOT PER SEASON PREPARED the )DERN WAY FASHED • DUST-TREATED tied by original WAXOL Process for FURNACE, STOVE or STOKER [EVERY TON GUARANTEED ttsford Lumber Co. [Phone 256 Watch the Orange Colored Trucks Jim Pool OF n —ON— ednesday, Jan. 4th market. He had filled n ohnrt timo r,rr« '''Thn"iRV^l"(Cmnv nol 'th of /ugona. iney nave sales y Bleich far"m ' ike that in Califoi>nl a, he said,. Mr. T . - - „_„ _„ » » * * ' . Callahan is in the water-bottling menl over the silage. It made us Bernard Long lives with his par- ! business. The water, which is used think of whipped cream on pump- fints. northwest of Burt, but we . fol< drinking purposes, comes down un pie. All we folks whom nature found him at home alone last week £rom a mountain 5,000 feet above I inclined to stoutness know what Thursday. Just a year ago on the .' ' . _ ' I that sort of thing does to our very same day this writer called avoirdupois. But the Herefords there and remembers that the were not worrying about their fig- weather was stormy. Bernard said ures. They just wanted good stuff bis father and mother were away to eat, and lots of it—and Frank to visit a daughter who lives at was seeing to it that they got it. Ventura. Curiously enough, th6y .„ ,, , * * * "' were also there when we called at We called briefly at Harold Dar- the farm last year. jnell's, north of Ledyard, Friday, - * * '" •' and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. When we called " last week G. Darnell, were there to see their Wednesday on G. O. McFarland, little grandson. The Darnells were southeast of Burt, on the Ringadorf all going to a funeral at Elmore rarm ' w e found him getting up for a Fritzmeier boy who had shot wood for winter. Sqjne six weeks himself. There were three of the iico G - °- was eick with the flu, Fritzmeier boys, living at the but ne * said be was now feelin? southwest edge of Elmore. They fine a sain and was getting fat. I had a sawmill, a threshing ma- Tlle farm is the old Ring'sdorf chine, and a corn sheller, and they homestead. Not many homestsads did a lot of custom work in the El- m Kossu th are now held by tha or- more neighborhood. . ieinal settlers. The Ringsdorfs are * * * * — | We stopped last week Monday at ]Mrs. John Seegebarth's, north of I the Lotts Creek store. The pump I had been out of order and had just been fixed. William Dreyer,' "Mrs. 'I Seegebarth's son-in-law, was there and had helped. Pump work takes strong men, and William filled the requirement. There was a hibred seed-corn salesman there at tha same time that we were. Evidently j neither of us was the "seventh I man," for both of us' came away I without a load of buckshot in the rear. * * * * L. H. Hutchineon, northwest of Lone Rock, was doing his chores I when we saw him Friday. His corn . cribs were bursting with corn. Two i temporary cribs had been set up, • yet not all of the corn could be , cribbed. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson have three fine little boys, and Mrs. Hutchinson remarked that 1 she guessed she would have to put j aprons on them to get them to help her with the housework. j * * * * I E. 0. Mann, east of Burt, and his son Dean were cleaning grass seed when we arrived last week Tuesday. This is some job. They had AT 2 P. M. t to Order of Court the undersigned Executor offer for s»le, to the highest bidder, for casli, 'he "Jjotts Creek Store," including the real es tote, buildings, outbuildings, stock ot M «c]iandise. fixtures, and all other personal Pwperty. The entire property, including the wai estate, stock of merchandise and m- es will be sold as a going concern and as j * Wit, subject to the provision that the real fc« s |«te, stock of merchandise and fixtures n be first each offered separately, and w" sold in whichever manner realizes the est amount 1 to the estate. Closing-Out Farm SENECA TO ON THE PBEMISES Teirms-Cash tract of real estate furnished. tts I 1991 Chevrolet \% ton truck, com- Plete with cattle rack and grain box. »85 Ford V-8 Pick-up truck. NickGengb 1 Mi. W. and 1 Mi. S. of Wesley Wednesday, Dec. 21 62 HE AD OF LIVESTOCK 7-Head pf Horses-7 26-Head of Cattle-26 8-young bred Ewes-3 20—Feeder Pigs—20 Full line of machinery AlfStiider JOE MATEEN, Auct. I attending "were the Cecil Baileys, Exchange State Bank, Clerk, ! the Maurice Jensens, the Shedlon Maxine Cody spent Thursday and Friday at Minneapolis, where she received medical treatment. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Sadie Anderson, Swea City, and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, with her daughter 'Leann, was at Mrs. Arthur Paulsen'a. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Richards entertained the Modern Mixers at a Saturday evening ; card party, and 138 Head of Hogs 38 head of fall pigs. 381 \ Farm Machinery Etc. _J Oliver Hart Parr Standard Row Crop tractor, with cultivator; Oliver 218 two£E bottom tractor plow; Oliver 10-ft. disc hirrow with stub tongue and trucks; four= section flexible spike tooth harrow; 2-section Kovar spring tooth harrow; Mc|E. Cormick-Deering endgate seeder; McCormick 8-ft. binder; John Deere manure == spreader; John Deere No. 4 cylinder corn sheller; McCormick-Deering 10-in. 5| burr grinder; John Deere high lift tongue truck; mower, 2-ft. frame, 5 ft. bar; = Minnesota side delivery rake; Sandwich Easyway hog loader; dump rake; 36-ft. ss Farmer's Friend elevator with wagon hoist and horse power; John Deere 2-row == cultivator; Emerson 1-row cultivator; 2 grain tight wagon boxes; hay rack; 2 ss wagon trucks; 4-wheel trailer, with stub and horse tongue; electric cream separ- == ator; bench grinder with 3 emery wheels and polishing wheel; 3 feed bunks; 2 =s self feeders; hog troughs; fuel oil and slop barrels; 2 sets breeching harness; 1 j== set of slip-tug harness, collars, stock saddle; hay slings; tools; household goods; = prime electric fence transformer; tank heater and other articles too numerous to =£ mention. Much of this machinery has been purchased new in the last four years. = About 25 tons of alfalfa hay in barn, and about 6 tons of mixed hay. ES TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. I Chas. McMahon, Owner for the most special day in the year/ MOJUD Merrills, Gordon Bollig, Ruth Feesler, and Arthur Kruse, Gordon won high, and Maurice Jensen and Olaf Oftedahl were low. Cecil Bailey. won a prize. I Mrs. Carrie Larsen, Millard, and i her sons Ivan, Kenneth, and Bldon, with the Curtis Olsens, spent Friday evening at Irvin Classen's. • The Ralph Campbells attended the funeral of Mrs. Campbell's uncle, L. R. Dutton, Algoua, Monday, and Mr. Campbell was a .pallbearer. Clari-phane Silk Stockings • Most of the people on your list prefer hosiery—and we recommend that you oblige with our lovely Mojud Clari-phane silk stockings! Their sheer flattery, and their amazing way of lasting have made them a buy-word with the smartest women in town, so every woman that receives them will consider them a .special gift. Come in soon to select your Christmas Mojuds ... you'll be amazed at the special way your gift budget'stretches when you give stockings! 79c to $1.25 The ELITE SEXTON The Sunday school children will give a Christmas program at the church next week Friday evening under direction of Mrs. Drusie Noble and Mrs. Sim Bemis. There will be a tree, with distribution of Sl Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor epent Friday at GUmore City. Mr and Mrs. Keith Shepard, Mason City, daughter Janice, and Mrs. Shepard's mother, Mrs Grace Green, Lu Verne, were Sunday Dinner guests at W. J. Green's, W. J. is a son of Mrs. Grace Green. Herman Wise spent Sunday at Fort Dodge, where be attended a special Masonic meeting. Former Algonla» Stricken, Sexton, Ceo. 13-James Steven, father of Harvey, north of town, IB somewhat improved, after having V** • *5**J!* £L*?;V*! • tot week. vey's. He livee *t Har- you* 4 Beat "Old Man Winter" to the Punch! Don't Wait Too Long to Order Your Coal! Play it safe this year! Don't let "Old Man. Winter" sneak up on you and catch you with an empty coal bin, When the first cold morning comes, it will be too late to avoid the rush. It •won't be long now —so place your order tod,ay and ypur.^jh.eating worries will be gone. We ajre equipped tP give you prompt delivery. ft. COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk COAST-TO-COAST STORES GENUINE "LUND" SKIS 5 Foot Udie Ontla Pine Ski, pair 6 Foot Edge Grain Pine Ski. pill V/n Foot Edge Grata Pine Ski. pair 6V4 Ft. Hard Maple Ski, flat top. pair t Ft. Hard Maple Ski. flat lop. pair 7V& Ft. Hard Maple Ski, flat top, nalr , *• LATEST MODEL DOLLS TOY TRAINS See Our Complete Line of Mechanical and Electrical Trains. 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