Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1939
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?AOE JIOTtCE OP LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the'County Auditor, 'Algona, Iowa, until 2 p. m., July 3, 1939, for fufnishing and the necessary labor in installing a new boil J er in the county court house. Bidding blanks, plans and spectflca- tolns may be secured at the office of the County Engineer, Algona Iowa. B. S. KIiNSBY, County Auditor. June 21, 1939. . . 39-40 KOSvSUTH CJOUNTt ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Small Loans Up to $300 0!? AUTOMOBILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO ffext lo Upper Des Molnes office Want FOR SALE—SLUE VELVET Koze- k.ar baby carriage.—Call 326. LOST—$5 BILL BETWEEN Christensen's and postoffice.—Return to Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. 12p39 FOR SALE—PUREBRiED WHITE Eskimo Spitz puppies, $3—Will Chrlstenson, Fenton, la. 12p39-40 Phone 126 Algona, Iowa FOR SALE — GOOD EI/ECTRIC McCormlck-Deering cream separator Xo. -I.—Gottlieb Hanselman, Lu Verne. 12p39-40 EX-IRVINGTON YOUTH EDITOR OF NEWSPAPER Marshall C. Watson, son of Mrs. Beda Sjogren Watson, Irvington, and R. M. Watson, former Irvlng- ton railroad agent now employed in California, has bought the State Enterprise in Marshafl For the last eight years Center county. _ = f he had been in news and = advertTs- ing employ at Harlan. Mr. Watson is a graduate of the Algona high school, also of the state university, where he was a CAKE FROM DENMARK IS SERVED AT CORWITH ANNIVERSARY PARTY. Corwith, June 12-»Mr. and Mrs. David Job*8on^celebr«ted4thelr,sll- Ver Wedding -anniversary a -week ago Sunday at their home four miles .north of Corwith. A one o'clock dinner was served to 35 guests at a large table, decorated with red and white roses, flags of Denmark, Sweden, .Norway, Switzerland, and America, and,two large wedding cakes. One cake, a gift from Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Lefevre, was Charles Murr's and E. J. Wlden's teams. Mnslc Ji«cltal Is Oh en- Mrs. J. Worth Miller presented her music pupils in a piano recital at her hoine Friday afternoon with the mothers of the pupils -as guests. Playing in the recital were Cecil Zweifel, Eiletie Oxley, Goldie Unger, Arvis Applegate, Beverly Lois Jean Furgeson, Alice Mw.* o oioLca, mi a. jjcievre, waa T..-_ » T ^ «-, . ~—°—~—» r—*"*' sent direct from Denmark. It was EL D ffi ?!'! ly * £ ust ';? nd R . ut !» made of 30 graduated rings of pastry, and was decorated with Dan- member of the Sigma Chi .. fraternity and of the physical cational fraternity Phi Epsllon abounte Ish flags and topped with a bride nd groom in Danish costumes. The cake cost 30 crowns* or Kappa. Amerlcan other cake, a gift from Mrs. Emil j_ . — ' — • — -v — »»»«uvj i«*iAlt AlUbAf Rust. Alice and Shirley Hauswlrth are also Mrs. Miller's pupils, but were away on a vacation and so were unable to take part In the recital. Wedding Date Observed— FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus-l " He served as athletic coach and by's. .,A NEW WELL MULLING MA- chine in your locality. Drilling any size wells. — Guy Beemer, phone 102 Lakota. 12p37-50 14(2)27tf history instructor, In and Knoxville high group 37 entertained RUPTURE SHIELD EXPERT HERE WANTED-WORK, BY experienced H. M. SHEVNAJf, .widely known Pa'nter. Satisfaction guaranteed. expert of Chicago, will personally! Prices reasonable.—Melvin Nelson, be at the Wahkonsa Hotel, Fort; Loiie Rock ' Dodge, Thursday only, June 22,' , WE WISH TO INVITE our friends from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m, Mr. Shevnan says: Shield is a tremendous improvement over all former methods, ef- not only hold tbe rupture perfectly j cars but increase the circulation, ments. — See L S strengthens the weakened parts, ' Hutchison Bldg., Algona thereby closes the opening in ten ' ?.the , Colfax i nK schools'' for four years before moving to Harlan. -.v~ » ^,.u c «»u sruum „„„,, o fi ^ OU01 ' °J, the Erlc Peter- in typical American cloth- l^°" Sh «,, th wedd ' n S anniversary. house was beautifully decor- wlth.peonies and.other gar- "Mr. Watson was nromlnpnt football, basketball, taSn?^ndia e " ?ffi^,i^ 1 !|l! 111 tennis at S. V. I., being one of the £ h * P fi? a ".?L lth v ™ e — -" WH"*CH .fxuroiivuu uiuiii* .OM»£ ***... i ing. , -' v . * .--. ." e house was beam During the: dinner Mr,- and Mrs.' hit Wlth;p,eon.ies an Johnson announced, the, • engage-j i£?, f^ ers< Guests ntanf t>v.«i «AA-.^'..'.*.!^._• : .\: i --.-1'Olt UOuKR'nnn Pn/ib-* , , | ment and approaching, marriage their daughter, Lillian Edna, to ! I to a wedding dance at the Floral hall Friday evening June 16.-Mr as a hlgh schoo , Girres. p39 ; c ial in football, few men in the , school to win four numerals'in his freshman year. He' also was a member of the board of student publications at the university for two years. "He lias gained wide recognition beingone o'f the! fharpel " au ^»b. The announce-!^ history of [he! me rf l w £ 8 made by means of tiny numerals in his ??!!.; ., arlng . the couple's nairieiM win . the were . from Rock, weir City, Mr. ° wne11 of the ' farni live, and Is an uncle of Mr ' Johnson. NEW SOFT BAIL TEAM team -under auspices of -the "Midwest Service Co. has been organ* ized, consisting of Verne Ltfnn and Harold Schlltz, battery; Cletus Turnbaugh, Dick Krutnm, Mervirt Kelly, Burley Elliot, infielders; Arr Peterson, Harry and; EJdfard Montgomery, a-nd Kenneth Seylar,' outfielders; and Jack; Frost, man*. ager. Uniforms consist of. blouses furnished , by the company,- with caps and pants to match. So far the team has defeated Grant .and Ledyard, and has met two defeats at the hands of Lakotn. Thursday night game with Lakota was called In the sixth Inning because of rain. Incidentally the June number of Reader's Rigest carries an article by the president of the Amateur Softball association, and sports columnist of the Chicago American. This writer claims that softball Is exceeding baseball in popularity and is'fast taking the -place of baseball. .as America's national pastime. ! •;.•••• < •• • ; JUNE' FORMEti$WtiMAGLE City, June" 12— A soft-ball daughter , Calif., vvere expected Saturday for A visit wlih Mr. Andersori's cous* Ins, ..John Johgb«rtf>. Wra, Walter Pearson Peterson, juW,.MM., :Emll/, Larson, attklti;hiia'' and tied together with ribbons. Mrs. Johnson was born in Rand- «« „,.. ers, Denmark, and Mr. Johnson „„!," r Woodbui- y. Mil was borii in. Stockholm, Sweden. I f a "> »«l!. te 2, llMartm Jn Wins Brain.Derby Key— J^M.-Gehrt, Maynard and Woodbury, Milo Risvold, ^ —..^,«^,.. i They came to this country at "the j ^ of 17 and 20 respectively, arid ' June 14, 1914, at the | parsonage at 1 fflnfoi- i -"5"""- *•*** uveu on a farm .__."/' i northwest of Corwith for days on the average case, regard- PAINT SAVINGS — THERE'S A less of heavy lifting, straining, or,' word for it—Wallhide. It will any position the body may assume save you one coat. Come in We'll 10 matter the size or location. A: " ' '" nationally known scientific meth-j od. No under straps or comber some arrangements and absolutely no medicines or medical treat-,, oients. . ! from now? No! Thanks to basketball, and , ±ffWtf^iSfe-~?Ss forced to cancel a returned Thursday from Iowa boys took part in brain derby. Wen- wrote government test, won second in the state in that subject. ' College Students Home to Wesley Wesley, June 12—.Students from Wesley who have arrived home for the summer are: John Froehllch and Donald Kraus, from Ames; Julius Kunz Jr. and Harold Hanson, Iowa City; Mary Ellen Bottom and Bernard Erdman, Cedar Falls; Edward and Mildred Funnemark ami Leonar Alne, Northfleld, Minn.; Rita Studer and Mary Cecelia Wingert, St. Francis academy Mankato; June Adele Kunz, °J- Catherine's academy, St. Paul; care of n*iu^.nutiBv4HB.0i:.4miiuc!l)mJII.B^pfl]:eniB^ - • tn6 Mr. and Mfs. E (JroVe, at Hanlort* town; The Andersons are. On their way;,.;home .from a jk'wo months vi- cation trip by way of Southern states, attending ,' New Yorkl's World fair, and coming to Iowa by a northern houte. Mr. and Mrp? Anderson have many 'friends here. Mrs. Anderson taught In the Swea City high school, and Mr. Ander-> .son is a son of the late C. J. An- leader," a~nd"Zm hSWca -%e derson, who for many years wad Russe 1 Sw n ? lq '" bcrs ' M** furniture dealer at Swea City. , .Morris Johnsoi ', and .«-*3« jB&g* «Wft SssistJ Christ, Gl/fiST DAY PROGRAM 4lD?Ql27 solo; -Doris Krnntz by Fern, Krantz, O r' Doan, .June 12—^Thursday was Guest day at the ,Doan church, with the Titonka, Methodist, and Presbyterian Aids, Burt, attending. A total of 127 registered, and the following program was glvert: opening song; prayer, the Rev. Mr. Patterson; saxophone duet, Dorothy Hoover, Vera Johnson; play, Marjorie and Vera Johnson; cornet vocal solos, by 8m,th K aS%S : S.^ ander's Ragtime Rind" ' ' Aid members; ers,, Harry Hoover. Mr. Shevnan will be glad to dem- i western Mutual's onstrate without charge. ! olltHctA^it 866 Vdd. &441 N. Richmond St., Chicago ! Large Incislonal Hernia or Rnp-i MEN'S WRIST WATCH lure following surgical operation' 60 "specially solicited. Thompson has received from Mrs. M. C. Losen, for- Forest City; June -Haverly, Luelia Telephone Building Started at Lakota As ab oy f;. Watonhave V f rWare chm extraordinary' had interest in newspaper Antone Johnson, stimulated by his father's 39 ton column over a period of -! in the Advance. Work chmnllum linen from Denmark, ished electrical appli-! ances, table and floor lamps, and- other things. . FREE! , Sargent Feed gift coupons (one in every 100 Ib. bag) pays for ! this fine watch. - Many other gifts. I Ask about them.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 39 HEALTHFUL HEATING — THE lin ser, 3-year-old "daughter"^ "Mr" big humidifier on Green Colon- and Mrs - Allan, Bollinger, submit-' Furnace evaporates abundant ted to au operation on her left hip 39 Child's Hips are Put in Fenton, June 12- Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Marlus tefevre, and their cousin, Ella Jacobsen, both: ; of Copenhagen, iDenmark, came to America about a month ago especially -to'\ be present for the ^celebration ' They left last week forV. New the World's following a stroke. fa were formerly promi- fh-» «h«iS S ° f £ °™' lth ' and all the children attended school at Corwith. Wins Insurance Judgment— :,A judgment .was , r rendered re- . , - r^ fav , or of A. R. Gardiner, Corwith, against the National Ben° ciety of ' Iow a. Des M,^. Gardiner chicks — stunt their g i o w t h 1 Add Dr. Salsbury'a Avi-Tona to their mash and notice the difference! Got a package iot your chicles today! ~ Lusby^s Drug AutliorlMd Mimbw: Or. |.libiiryi Hu Poultry HMIth Itrvlo moUture. Get data on this won- " l au Iowa Ci ^ hospital Monday derful furnace.—Laing & Muckey.! Kath 'een has been there since January 25. She was placed in a cast a year ago May 9, having been born with both hips out of joint, ine cast was removed several times with x-rays being taken each Worm* hold back (WELL IMPROVED 400 ACRE farm sa 'e by owner 7 miles northwest of Grand Meadow, Mower county, Minn. Good roads, school GO rods; $55.00 acre, half cash, remainder 4% run 5 years.—Robert Weber, Austin, Minn. 33p3fl-40 IP YOUR STOCKINGS WILT— Exclusive Phoenix VITA-BLOOM process keeps stockings fresh looking in warmest weather. All threadweights, newest summer shades. Tflc to $1.15.—The Chris- a new cast chilles Store. 39 WE STILL SAY YOU ARE ENTITLED TO KNOW THE FACTS The proof of the pudding is always in the eating. Twenty years in writing automobile insurance is your guarantee of perfected claim service. Full coverage — non restricted and non assessable automobile insurance. Why not know you have the best. Insure with ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY €'. R. LaBarre 39 WANTED—MEN TO TRAIN FOR farm land appraisers. Only men 25 to 55 considered. Real estate appraisers earn $100 to $250 monthly. Farm or building experience valuable. — Write, giving phone, R. E. A., care this paper. . 31p39 .OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF in a Western Anto Associate Store Weetern Auto Supply Company, largest and most successful in its line, 30 years in business, had a sales volume of 36 million dollars In 1938. We are now offering you an opportunty to own and operate a Western. Auto Associate Store, . home owned, in towns of 1,500 to 20,000. There are over 1000 such | stores in operation. You can become the owner and operator of a "Western Auto Associate Store" for as little as $2,750 in the smaller towns, which pays for merchandise and fixtures and everything necessary to start business. We train you in our euc- cessful merchandising methods. Western Anto Supply Co. time, and each time was put back on each leg fromThe hip down. In January it was removed, and slie was given walking lessons. X-rays taken last week showed that the left hip was out of again. held a ppifcy with the . company in the East before returning j £? 1 0 I™ 8 ™! 1 ' 6 filed a t the time to Denmark. . I °f hei 'death, but for some reason Other guests at the wedding an-1 f w com Pany failed-to comply-, v ith niversary celebration included the ms of the uolir.v Carl Johnson and Eniil Wester families, Wesley; the EmiL and Charles Sorenspns, of •. Corwith• Carl Westergaards, Fort Dodge; the Martin Larsens, of Algona; Charpel Hauswirth, and all of the the policy. Playground Is Planned— At the last meeting of t with Business MenV cTuh , were made and committees ap- , Johnson children except Mrs. Stei- pointed to work out a playground nrocrram Thi,, --- _ .._._ _"*6iuuiiu gerwalt. Bible School is Closed— The Baptist church completed - ,Fu P r °gram consists °. f hauling about 60 loads of clay "' if' a tennis ' court, 'the build- h ° rsehoe ' eft hip and leg and a half cast on the right one. Mr. Bellinger is in Iowa City with his daughter, also an aunt, Eldora Hengel, of 1 Des Moines. u 11 ,,, : — w x"«» <-o «uu a soiD- ball diamond. J. M. Gehrt is chaii- man. Here's BIG VALUE in FENCE Kansas City, Mo. 2116 Central St. Associate Store Division 32tf RED BRAN BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH Notice is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heat- nig purposes has beeu filed by the Two Beer Permits "TableiT at Swea Swea City, June 12—The council met Tuesday night to .act on the question of beer permits. Beer has been handled by four local business places/and three applied'for a renewal license. A renewal was granted, to the Christensen cafe. The Schimmel restaurant did not apply. Schiltz's cafe and 'Gilles pool hall submitted requests for renewal, which were tabled for later consideration. Blom'ster's drug store and the Schiltz cafe were granted cigaret permit renewals. Built-Up Shoe for Irvington Youth Irvington, June 12—Duane Riley is proudly wearing a new built-up shoe made for him in Iowa City Duane's right leg is shorter than his left, due to bone infection. Duane was first aware of the disease just two years ago. Since then he had undergone numerous blood transfusions, operations, and has spent months in bed with his lee in n nnr.1 ***O had a program at the i church , in the evening. Numbers were presented 'by the different classes, and there was group sing- K'-g. Following the program ice cream and cake were served. Teachers at the Bible school this year-were the 'Rev.' Mr. Rust, Mrs. <j-. U Severns, Mrs. J L Oxley' and. Virginia Severns. They were Mrs ' Geor S e Peterson, and Mrs. Frank Peter- f^ n ' x? f Wisconsin, ~ d. graduate of the Northwestern Bible school .at Minneapolis. Four Teams Organized •—•; ' « , kittenball haU io teams. The two . town teams are managed by Chas. Murr and Jack Merriam, and a team selected from men llvine west and north of town will be ' Widen. Car! Will Study Journalism—William Johnson, who has been empl oyed at the Quality store for two years, went to Iowa City last week to enter the university fo, a course in journalism this fall He will work on the staff of the "Daily I in^vl 1 ''-* studellt newspaper, dur- 1 ing the summer. His father, C. C Johnson,-took him to Iowa City. Farm Homes Remodeled—' Three, farm houses in the Corwith vicinity are undergoing a complete^remodeling at Emil Sor- ensoii's, Budd Lawson's and F P Felts. The, chicken house and e" ar ^. on , the . Geo ^Newcombe Lakota, June 12—The building to house the dial telephone central office equipment is now under construction on a lot north' of the Dr. R. L. Williams office. Rural as.well as own telephones, will be equipped with dials after the change in the new service, and all is expected to be in readiness this fall. Library Makes Suggestion. Develop a summer hobby j s a subject treated on the bulletin board at the library. Nature study .is suggested by colored plates of moths, birds and sea treasures. Books on art, history, adventure, Aged Man Js III. Bun, June 12 - Ernest Kruger was ill in bed several days last week with heart trouble. Mr. Kru- gerjs nearly 92 years old. Teacher Wins M. A. Degree- J. Franfcis Kee, teacher and athletic coach, received'an M. A degree last week Monday at one of the largest commencements in a cast. Falls Into Open Trap Door; Bruised Irvington, June 12— Marguerite Mulligan was cut and severel bruised Wednesday, when she fe through a trap door in the Frank store while carrying a filled eg case. Marguerite had told he TITONKA YOUTH SEEKS PLACE WITH FIRM IN EASTERN IOWA AT LAST! rnin, r •^ na P 8h °t s In Natural Colms. Amazingly Beautiful! Roll developed, S natural «JC .oolor Prints for only ZOC tUr « ,F olor R epHnts" 3c each Mail ad with film to .Natural Color Photo Janesvllle, Wis. >VEDNESDAY June 14 4 7:30 p. m. Intersection of highways No. 169 a ALGON^IQWA Iowa's newest and most modern roller rink. New Skates New Floor Modern Music For Health's Sake-Roller Skate Skating every afternoon and evening Special instructions to begi 18 nners. Town of West Bend. Iowa, in the lit office of the Iowa State Commerce' Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and nephew, Donald Frank), to ope ^ ^ , --— ..... , ».w «i*c v° L a " d had tol 'Sotten abou describee There's a lot of this good fence being used in this neighborhood — it has proved it gives extra long service. Costs no more. Made of copper-bearing steel wire, covered with a thick, smooth coating of zinc put on by the patented "Galvanneal- ing" process. Remember, stock-tight fences make farming easier, increase your income. We have the • height and weight fence you want. Come in— get our prices. RED BRAND is a big fence : .S,NORTON&SON Phone 229. across the following public lands, highways, streams and private lands. (6900 VOLTS) Beginning at the southwest corner of Section Eight (8) Township Ninety -four (94)' North, Range Thirty (30), West of the Fifth -(5th) P M Kossuth county, Iowa, thence north on the highway on the west line of said iSection Eight (8). three-fourths (%) O f a mile. The Iowa State Commerce Commission has fixed the f'eventh (Uth) day of July, 1&39, ten (10) o'clock a. m., in its office at Des Moines, Iowa, as the time and place for hearing said petition. Any objectoins to the granting of such franchise must be in writ- ng and filed in triplicate with this Commission at least five (5) days bones were broken, no report on the eggs. an Wesley Girl Second. The name of Rita Loebig, Wes before date of hearing. The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the objector be represented at the hearing by someone who has full authority to act for ball. Dated at Pea Moines, Iowa, May , ley, was omitted from the list eighth grade honor students by an error in making the list. Mis Loebig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Loebig, ha'd au average o and was second high in the county. Irene Loebig, also o Wesley and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Loebig, was first in ' lle county with an average of y 7.1 70. - — » Eyeball is Cut Burt, June 12 — ,Larry Holding narrowly escaped serious injury to an eye Wednesday. He was cutting a rope with a sharp paring knife, and the knife slipped and cut his eyeball, but not deep enough to be serious. Lesley Beats Algona. Wesley, June 12— The local Le- :ion baseball team defeated the Al- :ona team 2-1 in an 11-inning t , here M <»"lay. Bottom t. IOWA STATE COMMISSION Attest: Gteo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. File E 9570. *v- the right arm by a pitched Titonka, June 12—Mrs. William Patterson drove to Ames Thursday to get the Patterson son Douglas, student at the college in the forestry division. They planned to drive to Cedar Rapids and Dubuque Friday, where Douglas was to interview a firm in regard t< securing employment for the summer. Douglas has another year's 1 work before completing his course i at Ames. Former Residents In Tisit— Mr. and Mrs. Antone Nelson, of California, who formerly owned; Great Fur Exhibit 1 A representative for the MONTRUt FUR TRADING COMPANY Will be at our Store One Day Friday, June 16th a firm in regard to tome'Wednesday? l~ * .- dents, came home Friday and spend the summer vacaUon at their respective homes In Titonka Plans to return will MARKETS HOGS liye-d on^he f-arm a mile west of-Best light bucth., 180-220 *« in Titonka, now occupied by the Carll Med - hvy., 220-250 _. ~ te'ar F. Callies family, visited Mrs. Nelsina Hansen, the Ray Hausens and Nelson Bros. Thursday and Friday. From here they went to G-oldfield, where they renewed childhood memories. --_. „,.,., iiu-^oii ____ j, Med. hvy., 250-270 . !,=„ Med. hvy., 270-290 hvy., 290^325 Fat yearlings 20 Attend Burt Aid- Twenty members of the Titonka! Methodist Aid attended the Guest Canners anrt day programs at Doan Thursday,' ~ d and at Burt Friday, and enjoyed the programs and social hour at each place. Other Titonka Mews. The cooking school demon-stra- .ion sponsored by the Interstate Power Co and in charge of Ara- >ella Bates Cotton at the Titonka school building Thursday, was well attended. ' ' I Clark Miller, Dorothy Petersen Arthur Boyken. Ames college stu- , Best light butch., 325: Butchers, 350-400 Packing sows, 275-350 j « Packing sows, 350-4 1 25 " $47 Packing SOWB, 425-550 ...V4.60-4 6 CATTLE cutters ... steers .^ - Corwith, June 12-HDr. PB " - at io ARMSTRON6 6IRL 9TH M THEJUUN DERBY Armstrong, June U~Margie J. ohnson received 9th pJace honors In Uth grade English Correctness tests at the annual "Brain Derby" at Iowa City i«. B t week.., This IB the third successive, year has ranked among tie f Jrst nine. She IB tb«ry6ua|e»t^4»Hght«r - Mr. and r - with an advance show- ing of new 1939-1940 New attractive styles, in all the popular furs. Make your selection now for later delivery. It means a substantial saving and better quality furs. FurCoati Guaranteed 2-One yew tree storage. sen's at cows vwc.iv* BUlls No. N °- 2 No. 2 white oats Old No. 2 yellow soy beans ~~~76< New No. 2 yellow soy beans -"~63c EGGS Hennerys No. 1 No. 2 Cash, cream— No. 1 No. 2 20c Sweet ...,., POUITRY Kens, under Cocks, over 4% J.bs. ' ffcng, 4V5 Ibe. Rucke, live, 4V4 tbs. *

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