Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1939 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1939
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.'j-SS USINESS LAWYERS , Qnorton H. W. M11U QUARTO* ft MILLER n Law Offices. |es: Office 427, residence >n Algona, Iowa. J J. L. IIOSAR Attorney-at-Law lice Iowa State Bank Bldg. phone 460-W. Algona, low* LIT AH, McMAIION .. TiIKNA* Sullivan S. E. McMahor L. E. Llnnan Attorneya-at-Law In new County Mutual Bid* Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HARRINGTON A LOWE Attorneys-at-Law •Harrington J. D. Low b« 287 R. J, H. 44f , TAN HESS, 0. W. STILLMAP _ Lawyers fOfflce In new Hetse Block. 213 Algona, low* h. Shumway 'E. D. Kell> SHVMWAT ft KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. 68 Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attotney-at-Law Hutchison Building. ne 206 Algona, Io»» P. A. HANSON Attorney-at-Law 'ice over Iowa State Bank Office. 460-J; Res. 316 r __TCHISON (deceased) 'DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attomeyo-at-'— Security State Bank Bldg 251 Algona, lew* HACRTCE C. McMAHOB Attorney-at-Law Office In Heise Bldg. ne 325 Algona, low* DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon 'flee over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 H. CRET2MEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician lofflce John Galbralth Block Phones 444-310 low* MELYIN 6. BOURNE ., Physician and Surgeon pnes: Office, 197; residence, 194 COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA ro Irvington Farms Change Hands LEE PLACE IS SOLD; LEES BUY ANOTHER FARM , Irvington, Jan. 9—Mr. and Mrs .Ralph Lee have sold their farm northwest of Irvington, and hav .bought the John Byson farm, sout ,of H. T. Sabln's. The Byson farm Jias been occupied for a numlbe pt years by John Byson Jr., and h ^nd his family will remain on th place till a year from March 1 .when the Lees will take posses slon. John Muehe, Wesley, bough the Lee farm. It. J. Sankey to Rochester— . Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sankey let last week Tuesday for Rochester where Mr. Sankey was to g through the Mayo clinic and per haps take treatment for ulcers o the stomach, with which he hat been afflicted for several months He was a patient alt the Kossuth hospital a few weeks, being re leased early lost week. Holiday Greeting by Phone— . Mrs. Everett yan Steinberg, o Flint, Mich., talked to her mother Mrs. Charles Egel, by telephone on Christmas day, and reported her self, Everett, and Louie Egel, whc .lives with the Van Steinbergs ant operates a taxi-cab in Flint, wel And business good. Mr. and Mrs Van Steiniberg both work in a printing shop. Baltimore TIsltor Goes Back— Cassie Skilling, Baltimore, Md. started back Sunday, after a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Skilling. Early in he vacation here she accompanied Lewis Scheppman to Kentuck tc bring up her sister, Mrs. Tom Ba .gur, and fine latter's sons, who are now at the Skiljing farm home. Doles are Here Again— The .Elmer Do^es have returne to Irvington for the rest .of the winter. They spent last summe and up till after Christmas a Woodbine, where Mr. Dole was em ployed by tihe father-in-law, John Schumacher, who operates a grav eling outfit. Rural School Is Reopened— The No. 7 school in Sherman township which Betty Lemke teaches did not reopen last wee! Monday, because Donny, son of Mr and Mrs. Mark Rusko, had typhoic fever. He is now recovering, an< the school was reopened t)his weel Monday. \ S&HCKHIfi CULM* i Serves at Banquet— The Aid served a two-course banquet for the Plum Creek Liter ary club and husbands in thi Methodist basement Wednesday. at Algona DENTISTS DB. H. H. OLSON E Dentist PCO in New Call Theatre Bldg. tes: Business, 166; Res,, 78t Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. 8CHAAF '"" Dentist, . Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. |Phones: Bus. 133, res, 174. KARL It HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg. I Phones: Office 44, res, 116. S. S. Class'Has Party— , Mrs. H. T. Salbin entertained hei class of high school pupils at ( Sunday school party Friday even ing. Games were flayed, • and lunch was served. Mrs. Ranius Operation Patient — , Mrs. Grace Ramus had an operation at an Iowa City hospital Saturday. She has been a patient .there a few weeks. A. J. EASON Dentist pfflce over James Drug Store, ones: Office, 59; residence, 85 ( VETERINARIANS L.W.FOX J. B.WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona aes: Office, 475-W; Res., 476-B INSURANCE = IOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL •INSURANCE ASSOCIATION ],000,000 worth, ot insurance 'in A home company, Safe, se- D, D. Pajson, Secretan UN8 AND INSURANCE w MU4TAGH ft 80N Loans Real E»t»t* Insurance and Bonds Hutchison Building. Phone. 105 Mone,'» E8m% BEAL ESTATE LOAJfS, AND IVSUBANCE L.H. HEBBST U. State Bk. Phone M . Iowa ' See D, D. FAXSON Tpwa Dwelling,- Household - «nd Automobile ^usance,. loM occurs when insurance ADYANCl Founded U> CU*» ™ <>i-.«ra»H™»«^H^p(JBUflg"«SBS^p 'hones 306-30 7 Sick Boy Somewhat Better- Louie Gronbach, who has been low at an Iowa City hospital, is reported a liittle better. Other frvington. . Minnie and'Esitiher Scheppman went by bus and train to Minneapolis on December 31 to visit with relatives till the following Tuesday. Minnie Is an employe at the Dreesman Beauty Shoip, Algona and Esther attends the Algona high school. . The 0. L. Millers were New Year's dinner guests at Everett Lee's, Algona, and other guests there were the Frank, Fred, and Elliot Skilllngs, the Jesse Lashbrooks, the Charles Harveys, Mr and Mrs. Willard Gregsqn, and Audrey Fry. Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Post, Brewster, Minn,, were recent guests at Henry Schep'pman's. The couple were on the way home after a wedding tour to Waterloo, where they visited other relatives. Mrs, Post is a niece of Mrs. Scheppman Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson, Osage, recently spent a few days .with Mrs. Godfredson's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Lee. Mrs. Godfredson is convalescing from a repent operation. , The Rev. Mr. English preached a New Year's aermon last week Sunday on Contending for the Faith. .The text was taken from the epis- <Ue 'of Jude, verse 3. , The women of the Irvington .church will serve lunch at a Har- .greaves farm, sale next Monday. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Cherries Deilbler, with the former's mother, Mrs. William Deibler, spent Thursday at Roy Delbler's, near Swea City. Roy is a son of Mrs. William Deib- A surprise birthday party took place at Herman Wise's Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Wise. The pair had spent the day at Mason City, and on getting home they found 18 relatives and friends; in ppssesaion -.of the bouse. The evening'was spent at Monopoly and Chinese checkers, after wl)ic^ a tray lunch was served. A large birthday cake with lighted candles was the center of attraction. Mrs. Charles Deibler has returned, from near Irvington, where she ha'd been with her mother, Mrs. Charles Efcel, who was ejck with the flu. The Clem Cunninghams, Irving', ton, spent Friday at A. L. Green- Isi'nJae a WO-MAMTEM .. A«ORt>i»e to LKEHD * Mi/meapck ZoHVSf. WAS ONCE DCP&VED Of 4 PgRFBcr ?S° 5*2™ ww ' /le to® eft/ie /2a ft>55/pLE STRIKE SPLIT m twain, ONE HALF snu. RB*uw«ia ON TO6 ALLS* eiVWd WM A SCORE of -299^-A" • aged to get some wood blocks under it to keep it from dropping. * * * * Last week Tuesday we stopped at the Norton Machine Works at Algona. The writer Hkes to visit there occasionally, for Mr. Norton invents new tools that we like to know about. He has worked as long as six years on some toola, in order to perfect them. Mr. Norton has got up the only cutter that wllll cut stainless steel, and it will be in production soon. A$ /AMERICA'S si?EATfeir IAIPOOR ..n BOWUN<j CONTINUES fo ATTRACT ~^ ENTir/ U5T5 EACH SUCCEEDING Y£AI?—One. event atone, the *50,000 RED CROWN SWEEPSTAKES, win Attract more Han 3oaooo A.B.C. POWLEKS • wte'fae been BCWUtfS SINCE HE WAS3,TURNED in a Mel SCORS ef 506 forwtst GAMES IMM X II rtVUD BUI/ C, H. KLAMI'. Field Bepreflentatlrr ARMSTRONG Ralph Rovn has taken over the management of the East Side cafe. He formerly worked in the Briardale store wJtih his brother, Martin Rovn. Lefhman Rovn, also a brother, formerly operated the East Side cafe but was recently elected state representative for Emmet county. He is now in Des Moines taking charge of his work. Mrs. Addle Carson and daughter, Mrs. Adolph Questad, are spending this week In Chicago, 111., with Mrs. Carson's daughter Ivadell. Mrs. R. J. Sample spent a few days la.st week with relatives in Sioux City. Earl Houseman, who attends col- legc at Ames, spent a few days re- LEGAL NOTICES Aeilt Troff, of Ledyard, who works for the Carpenter hardware firm, was overhauling a small gas motor when 'we saw him Friday. The firm is prepared to serve farm customers with power; motors are kept for rent. Small motors are used to run fanning mills. It will soon toe time to clean seed oats. » * * * Frank Hauptly, south of Titonka, has one of the Julius Kunz farms, and he has lived on it nine years. Frank is a No. 1 tenant. He had hauled 100 loads of gravel to the barn yard. This gives him a dry yard the year around. Mrs. Hauptly was tending the chickens. Her hens show One 'best of care, and she has a fine flock. * * * supplies that town with milk, hkv- ing bought a half interest in the ( ---*cows and other stock on the P lamtlff . and against place. He remarked that he Hkedl Walsh> unmarried, as it there. He was formerly in the '""^ <">- — dairying line near Des Moines. * * * * George Ricke, northeast of Irvington, is. always the happy fellow down on the Ridge road. He has his winter supply of wood stacked up in fine sha-pe. George raised nearly 4,000 busttiels of corn last season, and he picked it by hand, having a man for on'ly four days. George sure can throw the corn. * * » * . James P. Nyman, west of Bancroft, was doing his daily chores when we saw Mm last week Mon- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE No. 15595. STATfi OF IOWA, I KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. I Notice is hereby given that b virtue of Special Execution direct 'ed to me from the Clerk of th District Court of Kossuth countj I Iowa, on a judgment rendered i said court on the 14th day of De cember, 1938, in favor of Horn Owner's Loan Corporation, Nathanie , , — defendan for the sum of $1864.58 Dollars an costs, taxed at $75.65 Dollars an accruing costs, I have levied upo the following described real prop erty as the property of the sal Nathaniel Walsli to satisfy said ex ecution, to-wit: Lots Fifteen an Sixteen (15 and 16) of Bloc Ten (10) of the Original Tow Plat of Titonka, Iowa, an I will proceed to sell said pro erty, or so much thereof a may be necessary to satisfy sai execution, with costs and accruin. costs at public auction, to the high est bidder, for cash, in hand, on th Paul Gelhaus northwest nf T ml da ^' He had clean ed his cow barn, 24th 'day of January, 1939, a trd, 12faSme 01 whe; e we 0 c aL H ed d %±»£™ * *?_ *"« '« a the east door of the Court Hon. yard, was at home when we called i Friday, and we had a fine visit' with him and Mrs. Gelhaus. The latter was taking some home-bak-j ed bread out of the oven, and the delightful odor carried us back to boyhood days when we were always hungry. Paul, who likes to' kid us, said he would renew his paper when the right fellow came Short visit. We learned that Mr. and Mrs. Nyman had lately visited Mrs. Nyman's folks, who live- 200 miles north in Minnesota. The Ny- mans had a good time on the visit * * * * Tony Wagner, southeast of Sexton, was ready to go to town last week Tuesday when we drove in, so we did not have our usual visit - - . - --"— -—— >«™.w o« "o uiii uui. uave our usual Visit ±* g ' f ^ ?o£ he b ° Ugh ^ s melw *a Win. Tony is a bachelor/bit nat « „, »,. -.a,, ^ ich ia one WQUld thjnk he J]ad a ^*_ the 1938 keeper, for he keeps the place-in tip-top order. We can add that he does the same for himself. We for°i got to ask which cookbook .he used. oats of the 1937 crop, much better feed than oats. * * * * Arel M. Carison, northwest Wesley, rents 320 acres where he lives. He' bought a farm last year, east of Burt, where Ray Larson now lives. Axel has hired one of Carson Simpson's boys to work that .'farm this season. * * * * When we called on Clarence * * * * W. J. Frimml, two miles west cattle show short visit father and and two miles north of Wesley, was not at home Thursday, but his mother and sister Minnie were there. Another sister, Mrs. Lucy Bra!bec, Perham, Minn., and her daughters, Virginia, 12, and Gayle, , and were in Algona, in Kossuth count: Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m., of said day, when and wher due attendance will be given b the undersigned. Dated this 22nd day of Decem ber, 1938. CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County Iowa. By A. J. COGLEY, Deputy. .MITCHELL & LOTH, Fort Dodge Plaintiff's Attorneys. 16-1 is said they were keeping well, wfoich We called at *E* J* Shlllington's IB Ttlnrn fhan .a Irt*- r*f v. A ««l A 1 ' ti , « — - *-."»**»ii6LUll o. , is more than a lot of people have toeen doing of late. * * * * Geo. E. Hirner, southwest of Wesley, had gone to the Colwell southeast of Bancroft, last week Monday, This is the farm where Ailplionse Lensing, the grocer who bought the Akre store a year ago ar&T^.sj^ < ass-^yrT.ffi± i »»5 last we called at his farm last weeki Mnr«v, w I ea OI > last Tuesday, biit Mrs. Hirner and the! ii ke iL^yfj^ 8 h £v? the ^^ two boys were at home. Jos. Stu-1 c?a r io^ fn WH. J hey °f me l r ° m der, the man that does the butch- ^ r ?s A J !^v In^' ^^ ering In the Wesley neighborhood,! ^ n /' father mvns 80 ° acres o£ was thsrfi. nnd .VIA hart hnff.Vioi.nrl o I was there, and he had butchered a hog. We do not know how fast he can butcher, for when we went nto the house and renewed the paper, the hog was alive, but when we came out Joe had finished lutchering. Joe. You work too John Berdens, a few miles north of Lone Rock, was grinding feed for his stock when we dropped in at his place a week ago Monday. The Behrerids family has lived on • * * * Carson Simpson works for Peter fast, this farm six years * » * . When we stopped at John Carlson's northwest of Wesley, „ „ rwi « wvv . QUH » umiuweat or wesiey Sea'berg, ^northeast of Wesley, and Thurdsay, he had just come this is his seventh year. He said, from the Tom Stevens sale, John Mrs, Arch Berger, Burt, and a little graogsoQ, came Friday for » visit tJU Sunday with Mrs. Berg- ' ~f*T ",T""< T Jl ^.I*J*'JI <M wt~^ T_,J^ er's mother, Mrs. Saroh Wise. Wednesday he would hardily know low tp work for anyone else. The Simpsons, have 15 young calves, and they let most of them suck, for :hey raise all the stock they feed. They had finished picking corn tefore New Year's, Last year they lad to pick some after the New Year. They pick hy hand; and they have all cribs full. » * * * Eart J. Patterson, northwest of jedyard, was freezing Ice cream Friday. It was near suppertime, and he figured tha4 homemade ice ream would go fine with the oth- ir eats. .Earl will move March 1, mt not far, for he will have the irst, farm west of where he now ives. This is where Martin Qatoel s at present. The place consists f 400 acres, and we haye an idea bat by ttoe next time we call Earl will be a busy man. But we oan say that he knows how to work. 1 5Uist week Monday we called on William Farrow, southeast of Bancroft. It was near noon, and Mrs. Harrow was cooking dinner. We noticed a tine aroma. She asked us to stay for dinner, but news^ paper fellows have to keep going on these short days, so we couldn't accept One of Mr. Farrow's boys said he had heen setting traps 1 for foxes, 'but bjad caught only two toes of a fp,3f. This Ibpy likes to hunt and trap. Marion Koons Is a young man who works for p. A, Uufc, t,he . opersajteg the jp<irM>la mjh for g Link, and also takes care of the Jn town Tg^en, Mr. Lls* % Mr. Link had gone to Al- w away. *--- T>3T~ J . has long known Mr. Steven, for the latter once lived in the Wesley neighborhood,^ TT ' --.**** At Herman Carlson's, northwest of Wesley, we found company last week Tuesday, the Rev. Mr. Johnson, of Britt. Herman's boy, who is a taxidermist, was mounting a coon, This" boy does some wonderful work in that line. * * * * George Weigand, east of Ti- tonk, was doing chores when we talked with him Thursday, He fills the feed bunks for his cows, and they like their feed. George has a good lot of Spotted Poland China iogs which he ia feeding for the March market, 'His boys had been shelling corn and had filled a wagon bos, Before they moved the wagon the front axle started breaking down, -but the boys man- NOTICE OP PKOBATE OF WILT No. 4449. In District Court, State of Iowa Kossuth county, ss. Januar term, 1939. No. 4429 To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testamen ot Andrew Peterson, deceased, dat ed May 13, 1938, having been this day filed, opened and read Wednesday, the 1st day of Febru ary, 1939, is fixed-for hearing proo of same at the Court House in Al gona, Iowa, before the Distric Court of said County, or the Clerl of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a m., of the day above mentioned al persons interested are hereby noti fled and required to appear, and Show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be pro bated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said de ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa; Decem ber 27, 1938. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. 16-18 Alma Pearson, Deputy. SALE of Taylor Estate Property 200-acre farm known us-the Taylor farm four miles north of Algona on Highway 169, Possession March 1st; $50.00 per acre. The Taylor estate house on North Thorington St. Three lots and this 7-room modern house for $3,000. t 6, blk. 817, Call's add. to Al. gona for $100,00. c, w. Beferee, We are now buying ear corp cently .with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Houseman. Bernetta Burgese and Arnold Skog, of Esflherville, were married New Year's eve In Estherville. Mrs. Skog Is the oldest daughter of the Edw, Burgesses, of here, and was graduated from the Eether- virie high school In 1935, and Is employed at the Gamble store at Estherville, where the couple will make flhelr home. Vert June Hlggins, of Burt, spent a few days with her grandfather, J. V. Pennell, recently. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sturtevant returned the first of the week from Fort Collins, Colo., where they spent the holidays with their daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Johnson. Mr. Sturtevant is editor of the Armstrong Journal. The Armstrong girls' basketball team was defeated Friday night by the Graettinger sextet. The Armstrong girls battled throughout the whole game, trafling 18-9 at the half. In the flhird quarter Graettinger collected 11 points to Armstrong's 5, and with the final whistle Graettinger won 36-19. The Armstrong girls' second team heat the Graettinger seconds 16-14. Armstrong was led by Horswell, C. Miller, Larsen, and Harris. Small Loan* Up to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FtJBHITUBE, ETC, "Prompt, courteous, confident!*! •entice. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO to Upper Des Koines offto* f kone m Alfou, Iowa FARM AUCTION nno half «,!!„ ^--„------_— property at public auction at my farm ^ one-naif mile east of the Hobarton corner and two miles west of Algona, _ | Monday, January 16,1939 I H SALE TO STABT AT NOOK IRVINGTOIf LAMES' AID TO SEBVE 158 Head of Cattle 58 5j Eight milk cows, 16 heifers, 13 steers, and 1 bull. !> Head of Horses 51 pureSed co^ h ° rSe; * ^^ ™™' 6 yrs " ° ld; purebred mare 3 y rs « °^' I 195 Head of Hogs 951 Forty-five j Farm Machinery, Etc John. Deere manure spreader; endgate seeder; 2 wagons; 3 wagon boxes; tiPw^S D in*;« ^tor P. low ; Jo** Deei> e 15-ft. tractor disc; G-sectio/harrowi" new 10-ft. John Deere binder with power attachment; 60-ft. grain elevator 1 l^iod^w-r^T^ 2 "^ cu ! tivator ; surfac * Pl°w: John Deere <££! plantefand izo rods wire; John Deere hay loader, new; John Deere side delivery rake- new S^ET? TT' neW ;^ 0 - ft - hay rake; h °S oiler '' 4 """"We douWe hog hoTs'- es, Dane hog feeder; Utility hog feeder; 8-ft. disc; iron drill- 1929 JVlJdel A i<ord; 4-wheel trailer; transformer; 15 bu. seed corn; hand corn shelter, Mc- rJ?t?™5 ° r !l a ™ se J> arator ; 2 sets harness;, tank heater; 20-gal. jar. QUICK MEAL BLUE 10x18, 14ft.; 5 7x9, 14-ft.; 2 7x9, 12 ft. | erty^^mo^.Sl^S^ 6 desired —^ ^-e tHe sa.e. No prop| P. H. Hargreaves = COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers. IOWA STATE BAHK, Algona, Clerk _ illplllllHIIHIilllillHIilllliillllllllllH CLOSING OUT FARM SALE ' r am movin £ to Alaba ma in a few weeks in time for Spring planting there and will offer following described property at public auction at my farm IVo miles west and 1% miles north of Sexton, and 51/0 miles east of Algona and IVo miles north of the paving on Monday, January 16 SALE BEGINS AT NOON LUNCH ON GROUNDS BY SEXTON LADIES' AID 5 HE 4D C F HORSES 5 White mare 17 yrs. old, wt. 1600; gray mare 9 years old, wt. 1600; bay gelding, 14 yrs. old, wt. 1500; gray gelding, 3 years, old; gelding, 2 yrs. old. 5 HEAP OF CATTLE 5 One Holstein 5 years old with calf, fresh; 2 red Shorthorn, fresh about Mar. 1 ; 1 yearling bull calf; yearling heifer calf. 35 HEAD OF HOGS Feeder pigs, wt. 50 to 150 pounds. 35 FARM MACHINERY 8-ft. disc; 22ft. steel drag; 10-ft Deering hay rake; 5-ft. MeCoriuick Bier Six mower; hay rack, new; Gale disc corn planter, 100 rods wire; McCormick- Deering cultivator, single row; New Century cultivator, single row- Deering binder; elevator, 28-ft. wagon jack, power; Lowden barn hay carrier, complete 40-ft. track; 6-m. Stover feed mill; wagon with box; 4-wheel trailer with box- 8-ft. elevator to fit International feed grinder; blacksmith vise, 100-lbs • post drill; 2 sets nets; harness; Wimple's yellow dent seed corn; Minnesota No 13 seed corn; 150 Ibs. pop corn; wind charger with 3 glass jar batteriesf saw grum- jner, grinding stone; seeder, endgate, with 2-wheel cart; 3 doz. chickens with a crate; Oliver 2-row cultivator. • HOUSEHOLD CfOODS^ook stove; heating stove; 2 tables, 8 chaire- high chair; 2 rocking chairs.; kitchen cabinet; 2 dressers; wash stand; sewing ma* chine; 3 beds; baby bed; wardrobe; 2 linoleum floor coverings; kitchen board; medicine cabinet; 30-gal. stone jar, etc. Ble^le H TERMS—Cash, pr it terms are desired see the clerk before the sale or at the , uq property to be removed until settled for, / . v * m t^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^W^Iff^flMPff ?|BBIw ^P* !V R; ~; 5j sfeh:

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