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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 26,1934 BLISS EXPLAINS , CORN-HOG DAT A i Govt. Made Survey of Cen,i ras Figures, Crop Re f ports, Etc. The following announcement has recently been received from R. K. Bliss, director of extension work and member of the State Corn-Hog Committee, regarding the corn-hog allotments to be made to farmers of this state and other states. '•It should be made clear to all of the people In your county Insofar as that la possible that the federal government has made a very careful and exhaustive study of census reports, crop leports and assessor's reports relative to the production of corn and hogs In order: 1. To make fair allotments of corn and hogs as between states. 2. To make fair allotments within the state between counties. 3. To make fair allotments between township in counties. 4. And finally to make fair allotments between individuals. In Iowa the state sattstlclan has had a large number of clerks at work assembling data until some sort of record is available for practically every farm that grows corn and hogs. in addition this, publicity will be given to each man's contract with the government so that each producer can know what each other producer's contract calls for. The whole purpose of this procedure Is to encourage accuracy and care in making out contracts. If this can be carried through, it will mean that corn- hog money will get into Iowa much quicker and at much less expense to the corn-hog producer than will be the cause if contracts are carelessly made out and have to be rechecked. This checking expense must, of course, come mostly out of the money going to contract holders in the county." Burned by Coffee Bancroft: Philip Riecker, eleven months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hecker, received bad burns on bis hand Sunday morning. The child put his band into a fact cup of coffee placed Within reach of him and burned part of his palm and three fingers, first aid was given and the burn abated somewhat. George McMfchon is operating three I With a look of determination in his arms for the McEnroe brothers, and eye, Doctor Weber of Bancroft was Inds himself a busy man chasing back on his way, when I met him last week, and forth between farms on the McGregor street road. Luckily the places ire too close together. Among the buildings 1 on one of the fauna Is that >f the old St. Benedict bank. George tad shoes put on a team last week, and md to build a partition in their stall to keep them .from kicking holes in one nother. Last fall George moved from he farm on the corner to the next lace west and finds the house on the new location much better than Hi.; former building. His two puppies are showing decidedly different trends of nterest. One of the dogs promises to ievelope Into a good cattle dog; the ither Is a hunter; the rats just haven't got a chance. Monroe Heiter of Prairie township tas a little spotted terrier; she's a ady, and so last week she presented her iwner with nine (actual count) puppies.. Seven of the little devils were dispatched immediately, much to the sorrow of the little mother. She Is concentrating her affection now on the wo survivors. Mr. Heiter announces hat anyone desiring a terrier pup may lave one of these as soon they they ire old enough to leave their mother. Times are better An Algona doctor was called on a case In the country ast week, and almost fainted when Us patient's husband offered to pay ilm at the completion of the call. Page Ripley! Leo Arndorfer of Prairie township was busy converting corn fodder into Tound feed rhursday. Pays $26 Fine Harry Baker, Algona, paid a $25 fine in the court of P. A. Danson when he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of drunkenness. For the quickest start In town, fill up with OOBYELL'S new —70— Bronte, high-test, high anti-knock winter gasoline. At CORYELL'S your gasoline dollar buys more gallons. Prices are always less. DISPERSION SALE Noon, Jan, 29,1984, at Exposition Park (Fair Grounds), Fort Dodge All breeding stock on 2 Bowen farms. 1st., Holsteins, 30 milk | cows, 4 heifers, 10 hei- i; fer calves, 3 bulls. This herd is 60% registered. | Herbert Porter Prop, j 2nd., Holsteins & short horns, 8 milk cows, 6 heifers, 12 yearlings and calves. Mons Jacobson, Prop. Also 30 bred Hampshire sows and 1 Belgian stallion. Oolwell Bros., Aucts. L. M. Bowen ^ KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS By WTO Hante, Farm Miter when I stopped In last The article carried in this column some time ago about the smear game n the Bancroft elevator office caused an investigation of some thoroughness when Proprietor Art Murray returned o town. I understand some of the boys are looking for Ye Olde Farm Edl- orre with clubs. I'll drop in again soon, fellows, if It's all right with Ye Olde Bookkeeper, hat first? Shall I toss in my to shoot a dose of anti-tetanus serum into one of his horse patients. Did he pull through, Doc? While trying to ascend the hill west of Call Park recently, I shifted into second gear, let out the clutch and lo, and behold, there was no second gear! Enraged and embarrassed (for I did have with me a passenger), I backed down to the bottom of the slope, reversed my direction and returned to town where Ernest Egels remedied the situation with great dispatch and skill. —o— Ed Mawdsley of Irvington cut down the grove northwest of his house last week. I was offered an ax, but then I had business elsewhere and couldn't stay long. I'll bet it would have Jeen fun to help, though. Sparrows don't waste much time around the Frank Miller farm west of the Call Park. Mr. Miller's son-in-law picks them off by the dozen with his straight-shooting Winchester No. 52. The cat reaps the harvest and can stuff away about 10 of the birds without appeasing its appetite. I picked up the rifle, last Friday, and scored two hits, thereby greatly surprising both myself and the cat. The Henry Brothers' place west of Algona somewhat resembles the western ranch due to the large herd of cattle the boys are raising. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf was ill last week with a touch of flu, and her husband had to do the housework and cooking in addition to his chores. He found housework no snap and he looked pretty tired when I stopped in last Friday while he was In the act of preparing some potatoes for lunch. Manager Clement of the Lakota basketball team would like to book a game with the Algona boys, but Algona Manager McFadden contends that he has to book games with larger places in order to assure a profitable take at the gate. MRS.SCHUTTER FUNERAL HELD AT WESLEY SAt Death Came After 2 Weeks Illness at Home of Daughter Wesley: Funeral services for Mrs. Ge- slna Schutter were held at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. I. C. McNulty in charge. Mrs. Schutter passed away Friday morning at 3:15 at the home of her daughter. Mr». Bertha Looft fol winc two •«•*»•• erlUett U1MM. , Mrs. Schutter was born Oestna Janssen on February 17, 1863, in Resem, Germany, and died at the age of 71 years, 11 months and 2 days. She was united in marriage to Henry Schutter on March 25,1883, to which union were born three children. The family came to America and to Bancroft Iowa, on September 9th, 1891, living there for 11 yean. In 1902 the family moved to Lakota where they were in the furniture business until March, 1919, when Mr. and Mrs. Schutter retired to Wes- 20, 1926, and for the past five years, the mother made her home with her daughter here. She was taken ill July 20, 1933, since which time she. has been gradually falling until two weeks ago when her condition became critical. When a young girl she became affiliated with the German Reform church, however, she was a faithful attendant of the local Methodist church since her residence was established In Wesley. She leaves to mourn her departure, two sons, Henry of Buffalo Center; Jerry of West Bend and one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Looft of Wesley; 11 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild; also two brothers, Ralph Jaossen of Titonka and Aggo Janssen of Lakota. Mrs. Schutter was a woman much beloved by all. Her cheerful, beautiful, helpful life, her kindness to everybody, will long linger as a fragrant memory to aU who knew her. As a mother, she was ideal and for them who mlfis her the moot sincere sympthy is expressed. Tb* etourab w«* flU«4 to overflowing with friends and relatives who came to pay their last respects. The floral offerings were many and beautiful, mute testimony of the place she held in the hearts of many. Burial was made in the Evergreen cemetery. NEW HEBRON 4-H CLUB ORGANIZED Mrs. Tom Berg Hostess to Nine Girls; Mrs. Eichorn to be Leader Nine enthusiastic Hebron township girls met Saturday afternoon, January 20, at the home of Mrs. Tom Berg to organize a 4-H club. Election of officers resulted in the following officers being elected for the year 1934. President, Hazel Loge; vice ^resident, Lillie Nelson; secretary. Rose Wilcox; treasure*, Norvtna Garvlck; news reporter, Marjorle Oswald; historian, Marjorle Btenberg. Mrs. Ray Eichorn will be leader with Zella Eichorn, aslstant. Enrollment cards, record books, project and county and state 4-H program were explained by the H. D. A. This year the 4-H girls are having a canning project. It was decided that the name for the new club would be selected at the next meeting, February 17. A prize will be given to the gril suggesting the winning name. The following girls attended the organization meeting: Marjorie Stenberg, Marjorie Oswald, Hazel Loge, Marian Nelson, Norvina Garvick, Thelma Berg, Lillie Nelson, Alma Sheldahl, Rose Wilcox and Miss Zella Eichorn. Others attending were: Mrs. Ray Eichorn, the 11. D. A., and the hostess, Mrs. Tom Berg. Following the meeting a social time of muMc and games was enjoyed and Mrs. Berg served cocoa, cookies nnd cakes. Former Algonian is Wed in Minneapolis Friends of Mrs. Maud Taylor who formerly lived in Algona and a few years ago moved to Fairmont, Minn., will be interested in learning of her marriage December 23, to George Hengel, a contractor of Fairmont. The wedding took place at Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Hengel went from there to Mankato, where they spent the holidays with Mrs. Hengel's daughter, Mrs. Ted Fancher and family. Plum Creek Party Enjoys Bob Sledding Union: A group of twenty young folks enjoyed a bob sled party last Wednesday evening in the Plum Creek neighborhood. The fore part of the evening was spent skating on the river. Then a large bonfire was kindled and the party enjoyed pop corn and candy. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and Ronald Gardner and relatives from Sexton were In attendance. Mrs. Floyd Gardner was on tho sick list last week. Bob Harvey has born 111 since Monday with an attack of rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Erdmann spent the past week with their daughter, Mrs. John Steil and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Kohl entertained their neighbors at four tables of bridge Monday evening. Leo Barley, who Is employed at the James Coady farm near Wesley, spent Sunday at the Bob Harvey nnd Ben Gould homes. Bert Grant of Emmetsburg who had been visiting at Renwlck and LuVerne spent Monday with his daughter, Mrs. Orville Dixon. Melinda Erdmann, who had been employed at the Geo. Kohl home, left recently to work for her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Stufflick in Algona. Mrs. Chester Bailey spent Friday visiting her mother, Mrs. R. M. Gardner, who Is spending the winter at the home of her son, Floyd. Mrs. Gardner suffered a slight stroke this winter and her many friends will be glad to learn that she Is able to be around again. A joint meeting of the county organization of the American Legion and Auxiliary was held this week Wednesday night at Burt, with a goodly number of men and women from the Wesley territory attending. A county Auxiliary meeting will be held at Fenton February 6th at 1:45 P. M. at the Methodist church. Mrs. Clarence Bergeson and daughter, Shirley Ann of Waukon arrived on Sunday morning on the train and spent the day visiting her father, Wm. Hutchison, who continues to improvei IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY APRIL, TERM, A. D., 1934 THR EQUITABLE LIFE AS-) SURANCB SOCIETY OF) THE UNITED STATES. ) Plaintiff) vs. ) John P. Helderncheidt, ad-) mlnlstrator of the Estate of) Michael Heldcrscheldt, De-> caned; Adam Helderacheldt;) Mathcw Hoklcrschcldt; Mag-) •le Simon; Kathryn Jucum.) therwlso known a« Juchen;) lusle Andre; Annie Mar-) lach; Mary Forman; Valen-) Ine Dieter; Mike Dieter;) Tonle Dieter; Kathren Die-) ar; Valantlne Helderacheldt:) roe Helderacheldt: John) ley. Mr. Schutter passed away on July If You Get Up Nights USE BUCHtJ AND* GIN Make This 2So Twt It la as valuable to the bladder'as castor oil to the bowels. Drives out 1m- purities and excess adds which cause the Irritation resulting in getting nights, burning, frequent desire, up leg pains and backache. On acount of the alcohol use juniper oil from which gin Is made. Ask for Bukets, the bladder laxative also containing buchu leaves, etc. After four days, If not pleased your druggist will return your 25c. You are bound to sleep better after this cleansing. West Bend Theatre, West Bend, la. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, January 27,28- 29 Katharine Hepburn, Edna May Oliver in "LITTLE WOMEN" Welcome to Algona on January Jubilee Days and Especially to the Annual Creamery Meeting. And we'd be mighty glad to have you stop in and see us, also. CUMMINGS' 5c to $1 STORE We do our own Leu* Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt Mrs. Julius Kunz, Junior and June Adele drove to Des Moines Saturday on business. Miss Clara Orthel, registered nurse of Woden, is here for a two weeks' visit with her cousins, Louise and Henry Hauptly. Mr. and Mrs. Don Meleney and baby of Brttt were guests Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Klelnpeter. Miss Marie Rlchter, trained nurse at the Kossuth hospital at Algona spent Sunday at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rlchter. Fifteen members of the American Legion Auxiliary attended the regular meeting held Thursday night with Mrs. George Hlrner as hostess. Mrs. Vee Mullln and Mrs. W. A. Fischer wil entertain the Methodist Ladles' Aid at the Mullin home next week Wednesday. Everybody la welcome. At the Royal Neighbor party last week Monday night, high score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Herman Bode and Preston Chapin, and low score prize to Herman Bode. The Mlses Evelyn and Irene Haynes itudent nurses at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, spent Saturday afternoon and evening here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Miss Leila Wester and Erling Flom of the agricultural department of the Iowa State College at Ames spent from. Saturday afternoon until Sunday even- Ing visiting at their parental homes In Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz and Mr and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter attended the card and dance party given by the St. Benedict Catholic parish last Tuesday night. Mrs. Bonnstetter was recipient of second high score prize in bridge. Members of the Royal Neighbor lodge will hold a dance and uird party at their lodge hall this week Wednesday night. Following cards and lunch music will be furnished by Miss Duvall at the piano and Jamea Henderson on the saxophone. Mrs. Edith Dawson spent from Monday until Thursday of last week visiting at the home of her son, Arlo Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson accompanied her to her home at Mason City Thursday morning, returning home the same afternoon. Sixty or more friends and relatives were participants in tending a bridal shower on Miss Caroline Carman ai her home northeast of town Sunday afternoon. The bride-to-be received manr beautiful and useful gifts from those present, all of which she will dearly treasure la her new home. I Norman Johnson, here from Denver, Colorado, to attend the funeral of bis fattier, Jacob Johnson, reports an item of interest to us. George W. Vallery, proprietor of the G. W. VaUery & Co., investment bankers, passed away on December 29,1933, and the firm of Geo. W. Vallery & Co., was turned over to four employees of longest service, Both Norman and bia sister, Un. Kta- el Putney participate in. this good fortune and *re secretary and treasurer. eracheldt; Mike Holder-) cheldt; Adam Helderscheldt;) Katie Helderscheldt Wag-) nor; Dora Helderscheldt) .Vagrner; Mike Von Bank;) 'etcr Von Bank; Nick Von) Bank; Joe Von Bank; Liz-) 7lo Hchaller; Katie Von) tank; Rose Stalleman or) Htattleman; Mary Orlgrner or) Orlger; Maggie Yackley;) olinnle Helderscheldt; John) Icrkhlmer; Kossuth County;) Mrs. Henry Bonnatetter.) ometlmes known as Katie) Jonnatotter; Mrs. Eugene) Welter, sometimes known asK>RIGINAL Maggie Welter; Mrs. JakeiNOTlCB Marti, sometimes known aa) \nna Marti; Mrs. Hiram) lies, nometlmea known as) rlary Rles, Mrs. George) Fchaller, sometimes known) s Suslo Schaller; Mrs.) 'arl Satern. some times) known as Veronica Sat-) rn; Henry Marnach; Mrs.) xm Qabrlelson, sometimes) known as Lena Qabrlelson;) Mike Marnach; Eugene) Marnach; Mrs. Matt Kent-) eg. sometimes known as) Katie Hentges; Emma Ju-) kum, sometimes known aa) Emma Juchem; Henry Ju-) kum, sometimes known aa) Henry Jgchem; Thomas Ju-) kum, sometimes kno-vn aa) •homas Juchem; Adam Ju-) 'kum. sometimes known aa) Adam Juchem; John Juck-) m, sometimes known aa) ohn Juchem; Mrs. Feter) CapauscleB, sometimes) known as Mrs. Peter Cape-) lus; Peter Capsuscles,) ometlmes known aa Peter) Capeslus; Matt Hentges. Defendants.) TO SAID DEFENDANT: HENRY MARMACH. You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the fflce of the Clerk of the District ourt of Kossuth County, Iowa, the petition of the Plaintiff, claiming of you, the sum of $6,000.00 on account of your promissory note dated May 17, 1927, originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to the Plaintiff heroin; also for the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, which mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the Plaintiff herein, together with Interest on said note and penalty thereupon as provided In said note and mortgage given to secure It; also fees lor the extension of the abstract attorney fees, costs and taxes provided by the terms of said mortgage, which mortgage covered the following described real estate In Kossuth county Iowa, to-wlt: The SoutK Half of tho Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 10, . Township 84, Range 29, West of the Cut V. Mu. oontalnltuc It *er«* mor« or less, according to the Government Survey thereof; and Is recorded In Book 98, Page 320 of the records of Kossuth County, Iowa. Petition will also ask for the appoint ment of a receiver. For further parti culars, see Petition. Fersonal judgmen Is demanded against no one. And unless you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day o the April Term of the District Cour of Kosnuth County, to be held at AI tronu, Iowa, commencing on the 2nd duy of April, 1934, default will bn entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. BARNES, BARNES & WAD8WORTH, 4-7 Attorneys for Plaintiff. following his operation of n fortnight ago. The Ernest Hutchison family also spent part of Sunday visiting at his parental home. About thirty couples attended tho masquerade dance party given for the young married couples at the lodpo hall last Friday night. All hut two couples came masked and much merriment was to be had all during the evening. Mrs. Vee Mullin and Alf Studer won first prizes for having the best costumes. Music was furnished by F A. Diekmann and a lady piano accompanist of Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. John Rlchter. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. August Spinier nnd Leonn. Miss Nell Frimml. Stipt. nnd Mrs. K. R. Rowley, the Missps Isabel and Verrm Kerrlns. Mabel Krm, Helen Grattidgp. L. Jj. Len.sc. Miss Packard, Miss Reim»r, Coach Wlllert. Clarence DeBoer, Paul Gurman, Ed Youngwlrth and Young Erdmnnn, escorted the Wesley high school basketball team of girls to Pocahontas, on Thursday night, where they witnessed their winning a game with the girls of that school. Mr. nnd Mrs. Anton Goetz are ccle- batlng their golden wedding anniversary next Monday, January 29th beginning with a solemn high Mass to be celebrated at nine o'clock at the St. Joseph's Catholic hurch. Mons. Flscty will deliver the sermon with the mass being read by Mr. and Mrs. Ooetz's son, Father Fldells. Open house will be held at the Goeta home from two to five o'clock in the afternoon and from seven to nine in the evening, giv- inR relatives and friends a chance to extend their best wishes and congratulations. Members of the Study club met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Erdmann with loll call being answered by "Naming a Short Story Writer." Mrs. Erdmann gave a well prepared paper on "Should We Teach Domestic Science In our Public Schools" and favorably encouraged the same. She further explained that better housekeepers were made through th aforsald teachings. Mrs. Daughn read a nicely prepared paper on "How to Rest," enlarging on extracts from Autho Pltkin, scoring the necessity of teaching a child or adult that rest was as essential as the neces- ty of being industrious. Mrs. Erd- ann served a very nice lunch. SCHOOL NOTES We have been approved by the state epartment for adult education, under educational department of the OWA. Organization started Monday, an. 22, with Harry M. Brown of Alona as instructor under the super- ision of Supt. K. R. Rowley. • • » Tho work of the first semester end- el last week with mid-year examina- way. and the last semester is under New subjects of bookkeeping and business arithmetic are being given, In an effort to make the curriculum fit the needs of the pupils. Third semes- of home economics Li also being given. • • • On January 16th, the Wesley boys defeated St. John's of Bancroft by a score of 22 to 18. The same night the girls defeated Rake 36 to 17. • • * Thursday. January 18. the girls' team went to Pocahontns and defeated the Sacred Heart academy team 30 to 10. A lartre number from Wesley attended this pmrne and were entertained after the game by members of Father Wessellng's parish. • • • Friday. January 19. our boys lost. a double header to Swea City at Swea City. The second team scored 27 to 15. and the first team 24 to 18. The boys played good basketball but the breaks were against thrtn, it being their off night on basket shooting. Tuesday, January 23, LuVerne played here. Friday. January 26. we play Rcnwick at Renwick. STOCKHOLDERS AND PATRONS Annual Meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, Algona, Iowa, will bo held according to the articles of Incorporation January 27th, 1934, at ten o'clock In the high school auditorium at Algona, Iowa. 3-4 Compare The Plymouth With any other car in the Low Price Field. That's all we ask. ELBERT Garage Dodge & Plymouth CONGRATULATIONS I mi Cooperative Creamery Patrons on completion of another successful year. Farmers* Cooperative Association Irvington, Iowa. Coal, Lumber, Grain and Feed, Gen. Merchandise J. C. Mawdsley, Manager. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, Kossuth County, ss. In Dlrtrlclt Court, January Term, 1934, No. 3809. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Maria C. Johnson, deceased, dated February 26, 1932, having been this dc.y filed, opened and read, the 12th day of February, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House 'in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A, M. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 17, 1034. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. 3-5 ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. CITZ HOTEL Newest Rrepwxjf Hotel Coov*fiUnl to Wmfcn. JobUr. Md D*fW«iiM«« •to 6ARAGE SKVKC. Coffee Shop R«t«i Reduced $4 AND UP "I H«f» yo» em **ioy «M cool comfort e* tfcrt weX v»*Mtot»d food ihop, M you •etisfy yo«r p«lato with tk» fwtwt at •ooUd fcodt. Special Out> tr*afcf«» ». K, SOc. U.ch.o. K »d 4Gc- OiMMT 50 «K< tic. Dine and Dance AI I H I FAMOUS SPANISH VILLAGE NO COVER CHARGE, FOMOO. (1.00 St»k »nd ChicUn Dfauwf twved from S P. M. uKI doting. Private bung«low> tor itaukot or poHiot, iNVENIF-NTTO EVERYTHING Friendliest of Congratulations to The Algona Cooperative Creamery Patrons and officers on completion of another successful year. H. N. KRUSE Insurance Agency 28 Head Hogs 28 Spotted Poland China. 225 Chickens 225 White Minorca chickens, county fair prize winners last two years. FULL LINE FARM MACHINERY Gnu narow tire wagon and triple box, one wide tire wagon and wood box, hay rack, hay rake, 42-ft. Wenzelman elevator complete, Mc- CXtfinick 8-tt. binder, McCormick 5-ft. mower, Osborne 9-ft. disc, three section drag and cart. New Idea manure spreader, Oliver two- row corn plow, Overland single-row corn plow, Emerson sulky plow, Wu!:.ing plow, Moline corn planter, Broadcast seeder, sleigh, spring buggy, McCormick corn sheller (hand), stone boat, electric cream a-.'parator, tank heater with oil burner, 25-bu. Utility hog feeder, barrel hog waterer, three sets harnesses, new set leather flynete, three t>tta hay slings, hay knife, brooder stove, coal stove. ALSO n TON IIAY, 8 ALFALFA, < MIXJiD 100 LBS. ALFALFA SEED No property removed until settled for JULIAN ARNDORFER PUBLIC SALE At my place, located one mile north and one-half mile west of St. Benedict, or two miles south and one-half mile east of Sexton. Wednesday, January 31 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P. M. 4-HORSES-^t Gray mare, 10 yrs. old, weight 1400; bay gelding, 12 yrs. old, weight 1500; bay gelding, 11 yrs. old, weight 1300; black gelding, 14 yrs. old, weight 1400. 6—HOLSTEIN MILK COWS—6 Four are fresh, also one purebred Holstein bull, three two-year old heifers and three one year old heifers. 11. Brummond, Aia-t. Win. Eich, Clerk.

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