The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1930 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 30, 1930
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The Upper PM John Blfrtae and Jacob Weave? were callers in Algona Sunday afternoon. William Hedrick who lives five miles south of town, lost a valuable mule on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martinek spent Sunday visiting in Clear Lake and Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders and twin daughters of Woden were Sun"flay evening visitors iix Sexton* , Little John Shicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shicks of Britt Is staying with his grandmother, Mrs. Amy Smith West of town for a week or so, Mrs. Henry Hawley and little granddaughter, Constance Joy DeWilde of Mason City are spending a few days this week visiting with her sister, Mrs. b. E. Saunders. , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman and Children spent Sunday in Algona with Mrs. Arnan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. tThomas Steven. In the afternoon the mefl attended the ball game. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond of Wesley spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith and became acquainted with the new baby, little daughter bf Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith. : Willard Elsenmann and Miss Myrtle Fisher of Britt were Saturday evening Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbautn and family. Willard is a brother of Mrs. Kirschbaum. '•• Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Kirschbaum and three children of Crystal Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clnk and two children of ;Wesley were Sunday guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirschbaum. ! Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hildman and two daughters of Whittemore were Monday afternoon caller in Sexton as they were on their way home after spending over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downs, near Wesley. Miss Alice Martinek and Miss Anna Steussy, students of the Iowa State Teachers' .College, are coming home this week Friday and will spend the week end. at the homes of their parents. They Will return to Cedar Falls Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Dru- sllla and Nell, and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children Kathryn and Leo visited at the Mrs. Amy Smith home west of town Wednesday evening to see the new baby of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith. Mrs. Floyd Pasley, who has been sick for the past three weeks, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Tuesday afternoon where she was operated on Wednesday morning. She is getting along flue now. She will be in the hospital j about two weeks. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Mack Wise Mrs. Lloyd Steven and , ;v Florence Marie Phillips, City last week Wed- at the day with Mrs. Fred Devary, who has been sick for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and Soil, Robert and daughter, June, returned home Sunday morning from Mason City where June had her tonsils removed Friday at the Park hospital. They spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. John Azereka and two daughters of Lake Mills were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Azerska's father and brother, OToyd Pasley. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tayler and little son, ttoland, spent the afternoon there. Mrs. Taylor is a sister of Mrs. Azerska. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and little niece, Florence Marie Phillips, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wer- mersen at LuVeme. Richard, Jr., came home with them and will stay and help Lloyd through threshing. The local Epworth League meeting Sunday evening was "Institute Sunday" and the girls who attended the Ep- Worth League institute at Lake Okoboji, Ruth Miller, Neva Olson and Nell Weise had charge of the meeting and they also gave reports on the classes and the programs which they attended while there. Mrs. Wm. Hartley was called to the home of her mother in Chenoa, Illinois, Monday of last week and she left on the train from Algona that evening. Her mother passed away Thursday morning. She had been sick for the last few years and has been blind for many years. Mrs. Hartley is expected home this week Wednesday evening LONE ROCK NEWS. Forty-two Take Uniform Co. Exams. Twenty-four teachers took the uniform county examination last Thursday and Friday at the court house. Eleven took the exams at Cedar Falls where they are attending summer school and seven took them at Spencer where they are also attending summer school. These exams are for those who intend to teach in the rural schools of the county this coming year. Nazarene Church. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Lesson title, "Naomi and Ruth, A Study in Racial Relationships." Golden text, "And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth." (Acts 17:26). Morning worship at eleven with sermon by the pastor. Scripture lesson, Jeremiah 23: 1, "Woe be unto the pastors that destroy and scatter the sheep of my pasture, salth the Lord. Second verse, for both prophet and priest are profane; yea, in my house have I found their wickedness, saith the Lord. Twenty-first verse, "I have not sent these prophets, yet they ran: I have not spoken to them, yet they prophesied." Evening service evangelistic. Wednesday night prayer and praise'service.—I. F. Metcalf, pastor. W»* « * ,t !r»Ag tt*-*j"s4t •"» v wj'' ^?r* ' ' *"'• -II* • ** W ljpd-,Bargaih« in-Home "Furnishings yv For Thrifty^Hbusewives!!! \ ,, ^ , ^ T'J'.'f < *i--' >"*/ £ i 1 *?*-!*"* "' > **% * $$" '""-< ->,'^ -' '» Three-Piece Outfit—Bed, Spring, Mattress This extra special three-piece outfit is offered during this sale only. The bed has continuous pillars two inches around, colonial bend, cross rods one inch. The upright pillars are %-inch. Top pillars have decoration in center. Head Is 46 Inches, foot 31 inches. Cable fabric spring with Hi-inch oval side tubes, adjustable corners with 5-inch elevation. Comes in beautiful Walnut Brown finish and in three sizes, 4-8, 4-0, and 3-3. Mattress Is felt and linter cotton, upholstered with roll edge and biscuit tufted. Covering is of fancy art ticking. Price complete, Bud, Spring and Mattress $16.16 FREE This ALL-PURPOSE UTILITY STOOL with every $25.00 worth of merchandise purchased during this sale. Made of strong steel tubing, finished in Walnut. Top Is of heavy modernistic designed sun-fast material. A hamiy stool for auto, kitchen, milking, picnics and camping. Folds up to fit In a smull space. You'll want one of these when you see it. Space does not permit us to mention more than a few of our wonderful money-saving values here. However, the list given below will give some idea of what we are doing in this store-wide value-giving event. Over stuffed Jucquanl living room suite __$57.50 8-piece oak dining suite, $120.00 value $95.00 9x12 felt base rugs us low as $6.75 Dozen beautiful bridge lamps while they last $2.75 Assorted rag rugs, Friday and .Saturday 29c 1-lb. can Floor and Linoleum Wax 40c DayBed with Sagless Bering, felt mattress $16.50 First Quality 12 ft. Linoleum, sq. yd. 75c A big line of Cedar Ohests, 20 per discount. See our big colored circular, just mailed. Study over these prices, make comparisons, then if you find we are right, come in and buy the pieces most needed for your home while this special is still on and the assortment is good. RJCHARDSON **» 'Furniture Exchange* for O. A. Sharp went to Chicago Satur day night with a car load of poultry. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton went to Clear Lake Saturday to visit friends. The Monroe Heiter family of Lu Verne visited at the W. C. Heiter home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett of Al gona visited at the Frank Flaig homi Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Oatley of Led yard spent Saturday at the Frank Flaig home. Oscar Sampson and son of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the Wm Fisher home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller and family went to Lakota Sunday to attend a mission festival. Freeman Wolfe of Fenton visited on Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Calvin Householder. The Mite society will meet on Thursday, July 31, at the home of Mrs, Lawrence Dlttmer. W. G. Flalg went to Algona Friday to attend a meeting and banquet of the Standard Oil Company. Mrs. Ray Johnson arid dtiwghtcr ol Chicago came last Wednesday to visit at the P. M. Christensen home, Fred Rath is building a granary on the S. M. Orvlcfc farm and Lee Pearson is building an addition to his bam A number of young men are remodeling the old tennis court near the depot and intend to start a tennis dub soon. Ralph Riedel went to Spencer last Tuesday where he has secured a position with the Portable Milling Company. Mrs. Truog of Mallard, mother of Mrs. Enos Worthington, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. .Donovan of Algona visited from Tuesday until Thursday at the home of Mrs. William Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Worthington and son of Mallard spent Sunday with Mr. Worthlngton's mother, Mis. Lillian Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson of Algona visited one day last week at the P. M. Chritsensen and Mrs. Chris Madison homes. Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Lattimer and her sisters, Edna and Verdell Lauritzen of Fenton spent Friday at the. Calvin Householder home. Gene and Gordon Blanchard returned home last Tuesday after spending six weeks with their sister, Mrs. John Sones of Cherokee. William Kerr of Estherville, nephew of John Kerr, spent last Monday at the John Kerr home and also at the C. C. Smith home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel are the proud parents of a girl born Saturday, July 26th. Mrs, Riedel was formerly Miss Lillian Houesholder. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone of West Bend spent Friday evening at the Frank Flaig home. Mr. Stone,is thf blacksmith at,jWest Bend/'i" "f '>_, y H|w. A. Cameoi/n returned home- Sun- iay from a Visit at his old home In Dairo, Illinois; t where he visited Ws daughter, Mrs. E. Kichman. , H^MI^ andvMrs. H. As Whitehiil of ^_,and family-a day,at the^J. W-S< ••• A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp Sunday, July 27. Mrs, Sharp is at the home,of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempsey at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Chris,Madison left last Wednesday-for their home in,Detroit, Michigan, after spending the week with Mr. Madison's aunt, Mrs. C. Madison. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the U. and I. Circle at the Genrich home last Wednesday. Sixteen ladies from Burt attended. Rev. S. M. Gladstone and father, Alex Gladstone of Grant City, Missouri, returned home Wednesday from Grant City, where S. M. Gladstone has been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth arrived last Thursday evening from Chicago to visit at the home of Mrs. Seege- >arth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George 'ettit and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heiserman and /amily and Carl Neuman of Des Moines, cousins of Mrs. Sharp, came Saturday to spend some time at the G. A. Sharp and Wm. Fisher homes. P. M. Christensen drove to Des Moines Saturday. His daughter, Marietta, returned home with him for a two weeks' visit. Marietta Is a student nurse at the Broadlawn hospital in Des Moines. . e B P? n %° un hchard home.' Mrs. G. A. Sharp entertained Mr and Mrs. Wm. fisher and son, Delmar, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heiseman and family and Carl Neuman of ties Molnes at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hawk and Son, Melvln, Mrs. Kate Hawk and Mrs. Ellen Hahha of Butt went to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, last Thursday to visit at the Frank Brown home and returned home Saturday evening. H. J. v McChesney returned to his home at Minonk, Illinois, Friday, after spending a week with his son, Howard and family from California, Who are visiting at the George Pettit home and with other relatives here. Mrs. Sophia Case of Polo, Illinois, came last Tuesday to visit at the L. R. Roderick and Robert Dransfeldt homes. Mrs. Roderick drove to Gruver to meet her., Mrs. Case is an aunt of Mrs. Roderick and Mrs. Dransfeldt Alfred Krueger and Donald Blanchard went to Klmore Sunday where the? played ball with the Ledyard ball club. Ledyard won the game with a score of 12 to 3. J. M. Blanchard and Claude WhltehiU of LuVerne, accompanied them. E. M. Jensen has relumed from Downey. Iowa, where he attended the funeral of his sister-lnjaw. Mrs, Jensen and daughters remained et Downey with Mr. Jensen* parents. Mr. Jensen went to GraetMnger over the week end to visit Mrs. Jensen's mother. Lotts Creek defeated Rodman Sunday at Lotte Creek 12 to 10. Earing and Marlow's batting was the feature of this game. Earing got two U-iples and two singles, and Mariow one triple and two singles. Batteries for Lotts Creek were Mittag and Mariow and for Rodman. Barnes and Bartmaiu Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt and her sister. Georgetta Davidson went to Clear Lake Sunday where they met other relatives and held a picnic dinner. Georgetta returned to her home at Sheffield after spending j*\*ral weeks with her sisters^ Mrs. L. R. Roderick and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt The Fenton ball dub defeated the Lotts Creek team 19 to 6 at Fenton, at the celebration last Thursday. Lotts Creek used three pitchers trying to stop the Fenton hitters but couldn't stop them. Fenton got three home runs. The batteries for Fenton were Hendricksen. Wonder and Schuler and for Lotts Creek. Mittag, McChesney, Alderson and Krueger. Rev. a XL Gladstone and daughter, Beulah. Vera Morris. Lillian Angus, VertabeJl Christensen and Caroline Hall of Forest City and several young laaes from Ringsted left Sunday for Cedar FaBs wbere they wffl attend a Bible confereaee. User expect to stay a week. These wfQ b* DO church next Sunday bat SSSE&& SdbooJ «iH be held at the regular tear. WHITTEMORE NEWS. LOTTS CREEK NEWS. LueHa and Lorlna'Llesner spent a few days last .week with Marie and Jelcn Ohm, ' * r < Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer and family were callers at the-Chas. Geilenfeldt home Sunday afternoon. A. Kadlng had the mlsfor- f 1 Hobarton Store News Contentment lnibitioi to Seed 1 A FAMILY PARTY that's what we want for we can make the whole family happy. Fresh and Cured Meats Yes, We Deliver Grocery and Fresh Meat orders on short notice for threshers. Men's, Women's and Children's Hosiery HAY FORKS, SCOOPS, BAKN ROPE. Men's Work Shirts, Overalls, Gloves and Caps. Come in and meet your friends at the Farmers General Store Where Business la Appreciated. R. O. BJUSTROM, Prop. Hobarton, Iowa. arm last Monday -> Mr//and Mrs.rHerman Relsenex ted at the Wm. Rusch home in'WMt- temcfre Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Boettcher and amlly of Algona were.supper guests it the R. O. Dreyer home Sunday. Esther Schmlel had her tonsils re- moved'last Thursday by£$, Andrews f Algona. She is getting along real well. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and qhildren, Alvina Helgens, and John ''uhr visited at the home Mrs. H. E. Ohm Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene and daughter, Margaret drove to Hampton on Wednesday where Margaret underwent a physical examination. They stayed over night at the Helmkes hi Lattimer and returned home the next morning. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Phyllis, and N. A, Rousch of Whittemore drove to Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, Sunday morning to meet Mrs. W. A. Rousch and son, who have been visiting with relatives in Watertown, Wisconsin, for the past month. They all returned home the same day. Viola Cooley of Clinton, Orpha Helm of Rockford, Maude Cannon of Nora Springs, Anna Nelson of Algona, Ruth Balgeman of Whittemore and Gertrude Fiene of this place all met at the Nelson home in Algona Monday and had dinner there. In the afternoon they visited the grotto at West Bend. From there they all went to the Balgeman home in Whitemore for supper and in the evening they came out to the Rev. Fiene home and spent the night and the next day until after dinner when they all left for their respective home. Gertrude Fiene accompanied them to Algona where she spent the week at the Harry Godden home. LEDYARD NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son were callers at Blue Earth Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children spent Sunday with relatives near Rake. Miss Alice Garry of Guckeen, spent last week here visiting at the Wm. Garry home. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Engelby attended an Engelby family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. Joe Jenks of Bancroft spent Sunday here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenks. D. A. Carpenter, L. W. Welmer and George Moulton were business callers at Mankato Saturday. H. J. Campbell and son, Duane, of Seneca, were callers at the Ed. Campbell home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins and children of Mason City spent Sunday here visiting with relatives. W. A. Dutton and Miss Mary Adams of Algona were callers at the Ed. Campbell home here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Campbell returned home Wednesday after having spent two weeks with their son, Ralph, and family at Seneca. The M. E. Ladles' Aid met last Thursday afternoon at the church basement with Mrs. Carl Burrows. A large crowd was present and enjoyed the afternoon. J. B. Butler has been very ill at his home north of town during the past week. Mrs. Ves Hayes and son, Jack, visit* ed several days with her parents hi Emmetsburg recently. The barbers of Kossuth county held a meeting Monday evening at the Tom Kelly barber shop here. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunrter and daughter, Gcfaldlne were guests at the Robert Flnnell home Sunday. Loy McGovern of Milwaukee, visited for a few days at the home of his uncle, John S. Cullen the past week. Miss Mate Balgeman, who is employed at the H. W. Oeelan store, enjoyed a vacation last week from her duties In the store. Mrs. Maurice Mallory and daughter, Oeraldlne, and Miss Julia Volght drove to Jolly Sunday where they visited with Mrs. Mftllory's sister. Miss Kathleen Ryan came from Chicago Monday morning for a visit at the home of her grand father, Ed. Burke, and other relatives. The Methodist Ladles' Aid are hold- Ing an ice cream social Thursday evening at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. BJustrom to which every one is invited. Mrs. Mararet Dailey of Los Angeles, California, is here for a visit with relatives. She was accompanied to Whittemore by her son, Leo Dailey of Spencer. Whittemore won a ball game from Swea City Sunday by the score of 8 to 5. The local team has only lost one game this season, losing to Rodman a week ago by one score. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell and family were at Lake Okobojl Sunday. Gertrude Farrell, who had been at the lakes for several weeks visiting with an aunt, returned home with her parents. Miss Mata Balgeman and her brother, Delbert, went to Mason City one day last week where Delbert submitted to an operation for the removal of his tonsils and adenoids at the Park hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Oliver and family of Waseca, Minnesota, visited with relatives here Sunday. Their 'daughter, Rosella, remained here and will be employed hi the Champion office. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser, Sr., with their families had a picnic dinner Sunday at the State Park near Algona. John Dahlhauser and family of Arizona was with them. A baby who was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas only lived a shore while and was buried on Saturday. Mr. Douglas, who manages the east main street oil station recently moved his family here from Rodman. wjMrs. M. P. McDonnell went to Obl- JagoT Saturday evening to visit her aunt, Mrs. Mollle Brady. The lady, who Is eighty-four years of t age,'"fell and broke her hip recently. Due to her advanced age it Is impossible to set the fracture. . " . *&&• - i , ~.. Here's the LOW DOWN on PRICE! to Rochester, Minnesota, Sunday. Mrs. O'Brien went to visit her daughter, Lucille, who underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils at the Worrell hospital Saturday and the rest of the party visited:with Philip Cullen who is:a patient in a^'hospltal there. " '' ' '" •' William Eller of Lakeside, Michigan, and Chas. Eiler of Orchard Place, Illinois, drove to Whittemore one day last week to visit their mother, Mrs. Barbara Eiler. Mrs. Eiler accompanied her son home on the return trip. She expects to spend the summer at Lakeside, where Mr. Eiler has a summer resort and the.winter at Orchard Place with Charles.' Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler of Lotts Creek and William Rousch drove to McGregor Sunday where they met Mrs. Rousch who* was returning from a visit to Watertown,-Wlsconsin^her 1 parents bringing 'her^that far^Mrs,: Thomas Weir and daughter' aSo^npahled":the Rousch party,to McGregor and returned to Watertbwn with'Mrs. Sfcmsoh'B parents. 'She will then-go.'on to'Mil- waukee to vtelt frienda,.f f v|y,, >ri ,? s,^ SCAT 1 * VF*7 I *' f f*~ JST S t* 1 ^^ i •* • oatel$op.^?At the* farm >of .... , Raympnd Esser the oats weighed forty pounds to ..the bushel while Albert Vaudt's crop yielded seventy bushels to the acre. Father O. P. Sweeney, Lloyd Roth, Lloyd Farrell and William Heller leave Thursday of this week to spend the month of August at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. Father Sweeney holds "the rank of major In the reserve corp of the United States army. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder visited at the home of Mrs. Nellie Sullivan at Ledyard and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan in Armstrong during the past week. They were accompanied home by Katherine Nellie Sullivan, who visited at her grandparents' home until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke of Manson, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir. The Weirs took their guests to the state park at Algona for a picnic dinner and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Littleton and family of Whittemore and George A. Weir of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmyer and, son, Richard, drove to Fairfax and Winthrop, Minnesota, Saturday where they visited Sunday with Mrs. Shell- myer's brother. They were accompanied on the trfp by Mrs. Shellmyer's father, Mr. Mikes, who remained at Winthrop for a longer visit. James O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming and Mrs. Irene Rooney drove Notice to Landowners in Drainage District No. 177, Kossuth County. To all persons and corporations owning lands or other real estate assessed for benefits within Drainage District No. 177 of Kossuth county, Iowa: You and each of you are hereby notified that the board of supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, has confirmed and levied a first assessment upon the lands, town lots, railways, and highways within said Drainage District in the aggregate amount of $34,162.80. That said board has determined that said amount Is greater than should be levied and collected in a single year upon the land, town lots, railways and highways within said district and that bonds should be issued on behalf of said drainage district covering the total of all assessments in excess of $20.00. That the board of supervisors entered an order that all assessments in excess of $20.00 may be paid in cash before the 20th day of August, 1930, at which time the said board will proceed to issue bonds covering all unpaid assessments, unless otherwise provided for, in excess of $20.00. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 25th day of July, 1930. By order of board of supervisors. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. P«f«nd*r« of Lord'i D«y The Lord's Day Alliance of ttie United States U an organization of 19 Ohrlsclan denominations. Its purpose Is to defeat) aud preserve the Lord's day os a day of rest aud worship, to «ecure a weekly rest day for the toll- er, and to promote constructive Sw day leglelutiou and law enforcement. A BIG, -TV tire tt low cost. P(*- ftsse* all tto fttrttetaral d«- gigiii thai hit* won for Firestone Balloon* all world records on road and track for speed, safety, endurance, mileage and economy* Gum- Dipping adds thousands -of miles of trouble-free sertice, and reduces cost per tire mile. Trade-In The unused mileage in your old tires is worth money. Cash them in on a »u- e«-t today. 4.40-21 ____ - ___ 4.50-21 _______ '.-46,85 5.00-20 .-_;.— --.$8.16 5.25-21 ____ ___.__$9,75 Tire Service Go. Glen/McMurray' ^ '';.--.'.• \ ' . State and Jones Street :"Vic" Lowe/ Pione 856. aj* TO* R8SmUS TSUtetf ', r '* <•;' ' ,-"i --i ; You are hereby notified thai on the 5th day of May A. D, 1027, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, middle third of Lot two (2)' Block Fourteen (14) of Original Plat of Wesley, Iowa, was sold by the treasurer of said county to C. H. Beardsley' and tax certificate is duly assigned to Viola Beardsley who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 23rd day of July, A. D., 1930. 7-9 VIOLA BEARDSLEY. Tax Sale Notice. To Colloton Bros, and Freeman Ash and Northwestern Bell Telephone Co, You are hereby notified that on the 10th day of December, 1923, the following described real estate, situated In the county of Kossuth and State of Iowa, East half of lot Four (4) of Block Fourteen (14) of Wesley, Iowa, was sold by the treasurer ofi said county to C. H. Beardsley and tax certificate is duly assigned to Viola Beardsley who is now lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made unless redemption from such Bale be made within ninety days from the completed service of this notice. f Dated this 23rd day of July A. D., i930. •:•,'-"•:'-•; •••• "•'•:••. 7-9 VIOLA BEARDSLEY. Low Rate EXCURSION - Auust: 1st, and 2nd Round Trip Lw Algona ' "_!8:06 p. m. Lv. Britt ____8:38 p m. Ar. Chicago __•_,__8:00 a. m. Returning Tickets will be honored for return trip to leave Chicago not later than 11:30 p. m. August 3rd. Ask the Ticket Agent for full particulars, THE MILWAUKEE ROAD Anker Holth No. 8 Separates 850 Ibs. $125.00 No. 10 Separates llOOlba $135.00 The Famous Self-Balancing Bowl Cream Separator A trade-in allowance of $22.50 on your old separator from now until August 9, Come, see for yourself this wonderful cream separatpr. Also sold on terms, Farmers General Store Hpbartqn, Iowa,'. R, O, Bjuitrom, Prop, PHpn^ 1F1J,

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