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The tipper Des Moines-RepubUcan, January 14, 1931 Jackman Won ft Trip to Florida. As an award for having Issued and paid for $600,000 worth of business In KOsSutii county during 1930, H. W. Jactaaan, local district agent for the Bankers' Life Company, left for St. Petersburg, Florida, Monday evening to Attend the annual school of instruction to be held In St. Petersburg January 19-20 and 21. Mr. Jackman will also attend the field organizers' club to be held in Miami, just following the school of instruction at St. Petersburg. Mrs. Jackman will accompany Mr. Jackman as far as Chicago, where she will spend a week or ten days visiting her sister, Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen spent Friday afternoon at the Qeorge Goetsch home. The Willing Workers held the first annual monthly meeting since the new year at the Joe Madden home last Saturday. The Fred Jensen family moved on Monday from their place In Seneca to a house owned by the McGregors north of Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn were Sunday dinner guests at the Otto Kelly home near Swea City. The Senisca boys' and girls' basket ball teams will play basket ball at Ledyard Friday night, January 16, and Mdnday, January 19, Bancroft wjll play at Seneca. GOOD HOPE NEWS. Raymond Reid, Durwood McArthur and P. A. McArthur are recuperating from recent attacks of the flu. The John Reid family is enjoying a fine new radio purchased recently from the Farmers store at Hobarton. The Ed. Broesder family spent Sunday at the Jelle Tjaden home at Woden. Miss Tjaden returned with the Broesders for a short visit. Mr. Tjaden Is Mrs. Broesder's brother. The Adult and Young Married Folks Bible classes are to meet at the Etna Mitchell home two miles north and two miles west of Hobarton on Friday evening of this week. The new song books for the church have been ordered and it is hoped that they may arrive in time for use on this occasion. Around 75 people were present on Thursday of last week to partake of the splendid dinner served by the Good Hope ladles at the noon hour. If possible to arrange, the next dinner, which is to be served by the men of the church, will be at the evening hour. This Is in order that more people may be accommodated. The date of this affair is set for Thursday, February 5. Put it on your calendar and plan to be present. The funeral of Nels Nelson whose serious illness was mentioned In this column last week was conducted from the Methodist church in Algona on Friday afternoon of last week- Rev. Allen Wood of Good Hope assisted by Rev. C. V. Hulse, pastor of the Al- Utah Selected U, S, No, 1 Baking Potatoes Something New Long Bros. Wesley News Items George Aldrlch left Sunday night for Dwight, Illinois, where he entered a government hospital the following day to submit to an operation for hernia Miss Leila Wester spent a day or two at the Algona hospital the first part of the week where she underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils, Mrs. Olen Dolan'left a week ago for Monroe, Wisconsin, where she expects to spend the remainder of the winter months visiting with brothers and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Verne her several Relbhoff and two children of Hurt, also Mrs. John Relbhoff of Algona were pleasant callers Thursday afternoon at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Axel Johnson. Mrs. James Gibson and son, Denny of Bancroft are out at the Roy Sherman home helping care for the home and the new son that arrived at the Sherman home last week. The two ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and several others from Wesley attended the funeral Friday of Nels Nelson which was held at Algona at the Methodist church. The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman northeast of town was quarantined Friday for diphtheria. Their son, Leo, is the affected member of the family and Saturday was reported to be suffering with the malady quite severely. Four carloads of cattle and hogs were shipped Saturday evening to the Chicago markets. Simon Hirner and Harold Tryon accompanied two of the cars and the other two were shipped by E. R. Drewelow and the Farmers Co-Operatlve Society. Miss Emma Studer left Thursday for Mason City, where she entered the Mercy hospital for treatments. On Sunday her father. Nathan Studer, and, brother, Julius P., accompanied by Miss Susie Pfsffner, drove to Mason City to spend the day with her. Mrs, Hazel Hudson, who Is employed at Mason City, enjoyed a few days' vacation recently and spent part of her ,ime here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter!, she together with her daughter, June, also visited several days with relatives at Algona and Burt. Mrs. John Hutchison entertained the members of the Deal "Em bridge club Thursday afternoon. Bridge was play- d at which Mrs. Frank Kouba won high score. Mrs. Carmen Mumma and son. Jerry, were special guests. Mrs. Braley entertained this same group on Tuesday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Marion Paulson, who has been lome the past month or more with ler mother, Mrs. P. E. Skow, returned to Minneapolis the past week end to again resume her duties as instructor n the Bible Institute there. Mrs. Skow IBS gone to the home of her daughter, Mrs Ole Flom, where she plans to spend the remainder of the winter. The Catholic Daughters of America sponsored a bridge party at their hall Saturday afternoon- Mrs. Clara J. Haverly was awarded the high prize in Bridge and Miss Anna Seimer, the prize in five hundred- Seven tables of bridge was played and five of five hundred. A committee of seven under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ann M. Kunz, served, a very delicious lunch at four- thirty. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin returned Saturday from Omaha where they have been since Wednesday visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Perkins. They also attended the wedding of her sister, Miss Estella Mae Perkins, when she became the bride of Ralph Johnson of Omaha. Miss Perkins has visited at the Mullin home on several occasions and has a number of friends in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson invited in a group of friends Thursday night to help his uncle, Preston Chapin, celebrate one of his birthdays. The guests who were so pleasantly entertained Included Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant". Bridge was played at two tables at which Mr. Butts ran away with all the high honors and prizes. The hostess served a wonderful two coursfe Repast at the close of the evening's entertainment. Frank Hauptley, who formerly lived northeast of Wesley, but now living on the Kunz 160-acre farm with the white buildings on the Titonka-Wesley road, was a Wesley caller on Tuesday. In speaking of conditions, while prices of grain and produce were so terribly low yet he had a better year than last year. He raised over 3800 bushels of oats by weight and had the best oats yield on any Kunz farm in this locality for the year. He also raised over 3200 bushels of corn, one hundred hogs and has ten milch cows. A series of prayer meetings are being held this week sponsored by the members of the Methodist church. On Monday night a group met at the home of Grandma Turgeson; Tuesday night a meeting was held at the McCutchin home; Wednesday night, at the church with Rev. A. A. Howe of Bucalo Center hi charge of the meeting; Thursday night, Rev. Moore will have charge of the meeting and on Friday evening Rev. Eggleston of Britt will be the main speaker. Beginning the 20th of January, a revival meet- Ing at the church will be held with Rev. W. H. Lease In charge. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion rooms Thursday evening for their regular meeting with Mrs. Kate Kennedy as hostess. A questlon- alre was filled out which was sent to Mrs. Denton, county publicity chairman, together with newspaper clip- lings for the records which are being cept. This month the unit is remitting their share of the funds which go toward the January district carnival which is held for the disabled soldier x>ys at the governmental hospital at Knoxville. A food and bake sale is planned for this coming Saturday afternoon to be held at the A. L. Klein- jeter store. The Royal Neighbor lodge held their regular installation of officers at the lodge hall Wednesday night. Mrs. Sturdivant acted as Installing officer and Mrs. Ann Kunz the ceremonial marshall. The following officers were installed: Mrs. John Ormsby, oracle; Mrs. Wflliam Henderson, vice oracle; Mrs. Bentha Looft. chancellor; Mrs. Sturdivant, past oracle; Mrs. Paul Erdman, recorder; Mrs, Charles Murphy, receiver marshal!; Mrs. H. J. Braley, assistant marshall; Mrs. Ann Kunz, Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and Mrs, Kate Kennedy, new managers;; Mrs. Alfred Nelson, inner sentinels; Mrs. Bpbert Welter, outer sentinel; and Mrs. Fred Looft, musician. Mrs. Welter, as hostess, served a delicious lunch. gona Methodist church, officiated, Mr. Nelson who had appeared to be rallying from an attack of pneumonia suffered a reinfection and sank rapidly, passing away on January 6. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom and Mr. and Mrs Henry Engstrom of tiiis community and others of his children were at his bedside at the time of his death. He was a splendid type of man and will be greatly missed. &&08&&^ % SEXTON NEWS. g P i< A. L. Grennfield was on the sick list Thursday. Miss Nell Wise spent the week end with her niece, Mrs. Martin Hinders of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton and family took dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Strother Wise. Little James Lloyd Wise, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise was quite ill Saturday and Sunday. Albert Brown of Corwith was in Sexton Saturday calling on old friends and looking for a business location. The Ladies' Aid will serve lunch at two sales this week, the Wadleigh, Wise and Snydcr sale and also at the Lou Kutschara sale. Mrs. John Krull of Titonka was a business caller at Sexton and also called on her daughter, Mrs. Charles Wandllng, near St. Benedict. Mrs. jJ[^.ntn Hinders and twin daughters of Woden spent Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. G. B. Wise and mother, Mrs. Drusilla Noble. Mrs. G. B. Wise and son, Herman and Mrs. Drusilla Noble, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise Sunday. Mrs. John Hammond and Miss Doris Hammond of Wesley called on their grandmother, Mrs. G. B. Wise and aunt, Mrs. Drusilla Noble, Monday. James Bansley of Mason City spent the past week with his cousin, Mrs Strother Wise. Sunday his cousin, Mr, and Mrs. Strother Wise, took him to West Bend to visit another cousin : Everett Hill. WEST BEND NEWS. SEE OUR wuwwwvsrvyvjvwvw IR 1 Used Car 1 BARGAINS Before You Buy We have a good assortment and they are all late cars. 3929 Ford tudor 1929 Ford roadster 1929 Whippet eoacli 1928 Whippet coach 1928 Chrysler euupe 1927 Chevrolet coach 1929 Durant sedau EASY TERMS. Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa, g WAWNAfVWWWWUWftrWVW^ Phone 434 B. F. McFarland was a business visitor at Emmetsburg Thursday. Frank Robinson of Rolfe was a business visitor in town Saturday. Mrs. Alice Pease is very ill at this writing. Her sister is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and family spent Sunday at Rolfe with relatives Miss Mildred Dubbs went to Ottosen Saturday where she has a class of piano pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers and children drove to Mason City Sunday and spent the day. Mrs. Peter Jensen is able to be about part of the time since her recent illness with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Joliffe of near Mallard were visitors at the home ol Mrs. Alice Pease Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brownlee of Mallard were week end guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Pharo. Thorsteln Saltern and son, Bobby, were callers at the John Satern, Sr., home in Bode Sunday morning. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Alex Pert! on Wednesday afternoon, January 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Bargman are spending the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. B. E. Walker and family. William Riley and daughter, Ida, were LuVerne visitors Thursday, where they went to visit some friends who are ill. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs and thPlr daughter, Mildred, motored to Little Rock, Iowa, Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Mrs. Leo W. Buttemore has been ill the past week with neuritis, but Is reported some better. Irene McCaffrey is caring for her. William Riley drove to Renwlck on Saturday and brought back his friend, Bert Clemens, who has been very 111. He will stay at the Riley home for a tune. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Gelst spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Gelst's sister, Mrs. Peter Smith and family of near Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. George Emerson re- turned from St. Louis, the first of the week. They have been visiting In the home of their son, Dale, since before Christmas. Mrs. Weft Miller and son, Paul, of Des Molnes visited the first of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dewitlt. The Miller family were former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. William Huhdertmark drove to Marshalltown Wednesday to visit relatives of Mr. Hundertmark. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. George Montag was taken very 111 Tuesday and was under the care of a nurse. Saturday evening her condition became such that Dr. Glvens took her to the hospital at Fort Dodge. Wm. White and Giles Gist put In a new septic tank at the Presbyterian parsonage recently. The old one was put In a few years ago, and has never been satisfactory. The manse needs some repairing to make It livable. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Hln- ton was the scene of a merry gather- Ing when a dinner and reception was given Wednesday evening In honor of their daughter, Mrs. Victor Bargman and husband who were recently married. Rev. E. E. Zimmerman accompanied Wash Harris and Guy Kuypher of Rodman to Port Dodge Monday, where they attended a stewardship meeting. Rev. Boozer of Ames, was In charge of the meeting, which was held at the Y. M. C. A. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society will meet Friday af- ^rnoon at the home of Mrs. George Watson at three o'clock. A program will be given and lunch will be served. Everybody is invited to come. Mrs. , C. Miller will be assistant hostess. The seventh grade held a party at the school house Saturday evening. Each member invited a guest. The evening was spent playing games and refreshments were served later In the evening. Misses Kuchenbeckr and Williamson were the teachers present. The Delta Alpha Sunday > School class of the Presbyterian church held ,heir regular monthly meeting at the lome of Mrs. Carl Vohs Thursday evening. The evening was spent socially and with games. A covered dish uncheon which the guests brought with them, was served. Mrs. William Hundertmark was one of the lucky ones to win a prize during the holidays. The Mallard business men offered prizes amounting to two •undred and seventy-five dollars and Mrs. Hundeotmark won the highest jrize, a hundred dollar gold piece. Sho s to be congratulated. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Sr., of Bode spent Saturday at the home of iieir son, Thorsteln and family. Mr. Satern returned home, and Mrs. Batem remained until evening to visit their daughter, Mrs. Earl Cobb. She returned to Bode with her son, John, who runs an oil station here, and lives in Bode. He expects to move his family here this week and will occupy the George Ivey residence. A shower was given In honor of Mrs. Victor Bargman Sunday afternoon at the Dunn home. Regina Dunn and Margaret Deninger were the hostesses. The guests were members of the senior class of which Mrs. Bargman was a member before her recent marriage. She received a number of pretty and useful gifts to use in her new home. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. The Henry Montag home was the scene of a happy gatheriag-<fc*BB' about sixty friends and relatives dropped In Tuesday evening for a farewell party on Bernard Montag before his departure for school. The evening was spent with music and games, and refresh- itKnts which the guests brought with them were served late in the evening. Bernard left for St. Louis Thursday evening where he attends a theological seminary. The Presbyterian Aid society met at the church Wednesday evening for their regular meeting. Those not bringing their husbands were to bring a friend. About thirty people were present and enjoyed a seven-thirty supper. After the refreshments the business meeting was held, presided over by the president, Mrs. Wash Harris. During the meeting the secretary, Mrs. George Watson, gave a summary of the finances for the past ten years, which was interesting. After the meet- Ing, games were played and a social hour was enjoyed by those present. Mrs. Jerry Schutter and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kuypher of Rodman were the out of town guests. The Mallard basket ball teams came over Friday night and played the local teams. The West Bend girls won the game by a score of 27 to 23 and the boys lost by a score of 29 to 16. Mallard has always had a strong team but the West Bend girls were stronger this time and the girls feel very much elated over the victory. They have only lost one game this season, and that to Whittemore. After the games Irvin Dewltt, treated the captain and her team mates to sundaes. Miss StadjtmulleT!, the coach, has promised them a treat for their success. The team sent a special delivery letter to Margaret Hayne at Coe College, telling her of their victory. Miss Hayne was the captain last year. Mr. Martin of Eagle was the referee. CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to quit fanning I will sell all my personal property '1*^* highest .bidder, on the farm one-half mile north and iy 2 miles east of Wesley on the paving, and 7% miles west of Britt, on Thurs., Jan'y 22 Sale starts at 12:30 Hansen & Nelson lunch wagon will be on grounds II Head of Good Horses Dark bay gelding 16 yrs. old, wt. 1600; bay mare 10 years old, wt. 1500; dark bay mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1500; bay mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1600;; bay mare, 7 yrs. old, wt. 1400; dark bay mare, 7 yrs. old. wt. 1500; bay mare, 5 yrs. old, wt. 1300; black gelding, 5 yrs. old, wt. 1300; bay marc 5 yrs. old, wt. 1300; bay gelding, 4 years old, wt. 1300; black gelding, 3 yrs. old, wt. 1250. 16 Head of Good Cattle 3 milch cows; 5 steers; 4 heifers; 4 cal ves. 13 Head of Sheep, 11 Ewes, 2 Bucks 3O Head o£ Summer Pigs Farm Machinery, Etc. McCormick grain binder, Deering corn binder, McCormick mower, McCormick hay rake, Hayes com planter with 160 rods of wire, 4 single row cultivators, International two row cultiva/tor used one year, 9 ft. International disc, 2 Rock Island discs, 8 ft. and 9 ft., International endgate seeder wiih grass seed attachment, John Deere sulky plow, Janesville sulky plow, potato digger, beet lifter, hay buck, 20 ft. steel drag and cart, Clipper fanning mill, feed grinder, John Deere manure spreader, hay rack, 3 box wagon, tank heater, grindstone, pump Jack, dipping tank, swill cart, DeLaval cream separator, 6 steel drums, 2 sets flynets 4 sets harness, washing machine, 2V6 h. p. engine. Titan tractor and John Deere 3 bottom plow, walking plow, 40 ft. Sandwich elevator, butchering kettle, some furniture and other articles. About 50 Tons of wild hay; stack of pood straw; 50 acres of corn .stalks. TERMS — Cash, or arrange witli your banker. .| Albert J. Bleich, Col. L. A. Matern, auctioneer. Exchange State Bank, Wesley, Clerk. ^ aatt0ym^ I LONE ROCK NEWS. The Ernest Jensen family visited at Graettinger Sunday. The town council held their regular meeting last Monday night. George Miller, northeast of town, Is building a new brick house. Morris Thompson has been on the sick list the last few days. H. A. Welner accompanied two car loads of catatle to Chicago Saturday. Fred Flaig and Ralph Prlebe made a business trip to Fort Dodge Friday. Tom O'Donnell went to Chicago on Saturday night with a carload of hogs. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stow of Dolll- ver visited relatives here last Sunday. The parent-teachers' association will hold their regular meeting Thursday, January 22. Mrs. Glen Leeper and children went to Fairmont Friday to visit her mother a few weeks. Charles Hawk, who has been 111 with rheumatism for some tune Is not much better at this writing. The grade room* of the school will give a program Tuesday, January 27, at the school gymnasium. Lura Sewick attended the golden wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sewick, at Burt Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton LaBarre of Austin, Minnesota, came Saturday to visit Mrs. LaBarre's father and other relatives. Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig entertained the little girls' sewing club on Saturday afternoon. Nine little girls were in attendance. The Aid society met with Mrs. Ed. Farris last Thursday and a large crowd attended. They will meet with Mrs. Gladstone next Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna received word Monday that their daughter, Pearl Hanna, had underwent an operation at the Memorial hospital at New York City. I. W. Nelson recieved word Tuesday that his father, Nels Nelson, had died that morning at Sioux City. The body was brought to Algona where the funeral service was held. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Janvrln last Tuesday. She weighed eight pounds and was named Mary Lou. The Janvrins have two other children, a boy and a girl. The Hugh Walsh family and Mrs. Hutchinson gave a miscellaneous shower for Lorretta O'Donnell Saturday afternoon at the Walsh home. About thirty-five attended and she received many useful gifts. The Lone Rock community picture show held a meeting last Tuesday night and they decided to have shows again. Thu first show will be Saturday night and will be "Montana Moon." Miss Lewis will play the piano. During the past week Miss Cross has been discussing declamatory work with her English classes Twenty-one pupils have shown a desire to take part in this work. Most of them have already chosen their selections and training will start this week. The Ladies' Mite society Is gathering all good second handed clothing to send to the needy In the Ozark Mountains. If any one has second handed clothing they wish to send to them, leave it with Mrs. Alfred Krueger and It will be sent to the needy. The Fenton basket ball teams will play here Friday evening, January 16. Lone Rock won both games when they played ait Ferxton earlier In the season and will be out to do it again. On the other hand Fenton will be out to even matters up, so some fast games are looked for. The Lone Rock rifle club met last Wednesday nght and elcted the following officers: L. R. Roderick, president; Alton Fettit, vice president; H. J. Rice, secretary; August Lampe, treasurer; Alfred Krueger, executive officer. There are now twenty-one members of the club. Thirty-eight people attended a kitchen shower which was held at the home of Mrs. Fred Flaig last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Jack Quinn as assisting hostess. It was held in honor of Loretta O'Donnell, daughter of Wm. O'Donnell, whose approaching marriage to Arthur Sprank has been announced for January 21. The James Ackerman family entertained the following at a card party Thursday night: Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umsted, Mrs, Carrie Ackerman and Earl., Robert and Lillian Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guenther, Miss' Meta Andreason and Miss Gertrude Sage and Drusilla Durbin. Mrs. Ernest Jensen; Neva Thompson, Miss Pauline Lewis and Mrs. Glen Sharp eritertained the young people's bridge club Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Sharp. There were four tables. The first table played all evening with gloves on, the second bidding without looking at their cards, the third table bid without talking, the cover on this /table had hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades printed on it and the fourth table, the low score moved to the next table Instead of he high score. The following ones attend, ed: Jessie Stebrltz, Lura Sewick, Miss Lewis, Evelyn Behrman, Harriett Fish, Evelyn Thompson, Ersel Blanchard, Mrs. Edith Cctbton, Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Harry Rahn, Mrs. Dorothy Davis, Mrs. Chris Godfredson of Ringsted. All reported a good time. Ersel Blanchard won high score and Jessie Stebritz cut prize. Mr. Manus arid Mr. Godfrey attended a meeting of the Kossutih county schoolmatser's club at Titonka last Saturday evening. A three course dinner was served followed by a discussion of school affairs. A different plait of conducting the county basket ball tournament was adopted for this year. Each tournament will be divided Into four sections. The first session of the girls' tournament will be held at Lone Rock and* will be played Friday afternoon, February 20, The second session will be played Friday evening. No game will be played Saturday morning. The semi-finals will be played Saturday afternoon, February 21, and the finals will be played that evening. The same procedure will be followed in the boys' tournament to be played at Ledyard the following week on Fri- day and Saturday, February 27 and 28. This will make tihe physical strain upon the players less than under the former method when all of the games were played in one day. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iowa Long Di«tanc* Hauling, Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 82-tf malce DOUBLE -EDGE RAZOR (old or new model) BETTER RAZOR - or your money back Guaranteed by PROBAK CORPORATION Am»Sliop Sillily Hour C», l«, (i Y. t. Hospital Tested Recommended by doc- tort and nurses. Clearuing, rcfreihing antiseptic for women. A> a deodorant, It prevents embarrassment. Sold by dttt/tilat Lydia E, Pirikham's Sanative Wash LydU E. Plnkham MeJIcln. Co. Lynn, Man. tt%yff8w^^ At Private Sale BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA BOARS Forty head of March and April Boars. The big husky kind from large litters. Immune and priced to sell. H. H. GEEGORY & SON Rutland, Humboldt county, Iowa, 16-20'-U pf^^

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