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The tipper Des Moines-Republican, February 18, 1931 F. B. FEDERATION HAS TAX PROGRAM Says Kossuth Would Benefit $124,505 If Their Goal is Reached. GIVES FIGURES BY TAX EXPERT. Program Sounds Good, 'But Theory and Practice Seldom Work Out the Same. The concert is, of course, free, although a silver offering -will be taken. The program follows: Prelude—Adagio—Sonata, in E Minor Rogers Ellis Bracken The Lord is My Light Allltsen The Publican VanDeWater O, Divine Redeemer Gounod Mrs. Ingraham Deep River Burlelgh Allegretto Schuman Ellis Bracken Not Understood Houghton Trees Rasbcah The Old Refrain Kreistler Mrs. Ingraham In a Monastery Garden —Ketelby Pilgrims' Chorus—Tannhaeuser ... Wagner Ellis Bracken A Highway Shall be There—Isaiah . Patten Mrs. Ingraham Reverie on a Familiar Hymn Ellis Bracken The executive committee of the Iowa farm bureau federation has announced the results of an exhaustive analysis of the tax situation in Iowa as made for that organization by tax experts. The report presents the goal set by the joint resolution passed by the 43rd general assembly for tax revision, •elimination of the mlllage levy for state purposes, etc. If this goal is reached it will mean, based on taxes levied in 1929 and collected in 1930, a saving to the tax paying property of Kossuth county of $124,500 or eleven per cent of its total tax bin which was $1,132,611. This sum of money is equivalent to Twenty-five per cent of its district school tax which was $494,355. Fifty-one per cent of its county road tax which was $242,137. 967 per cent of its city tax which was $12,878. 171 per cent of its general county tax which was $72,881. The total general state tax was $10,134,375. This is equal to: .9.15 per cent of total direct property tax which was $110.754,929. 21.23 per cent of district school tax -which was $47,738,103. 63.12 per cent of county road tax •which was $16,056.773 07.04 per cent of city tax which was $15,117,965. 175.62 per cent of general county tax which was $5,770,550. 715.67 per cent of the county court tax •which was $1,416,073. 372.86 per cent of its poor tax which was $2,717,994. . The last three named Items are $229,758 less than state levy. The Iowa farm bureau federation further points out that income tax legislation proposed can bring savings to tax paying property in every county in the state. Presbyterian Church. The hours of worship and study are full of many opportunities for all those who worship. Morning sermon subject, "A Question of Life and Death." Evening services, Y. P. S. C. E. at six-thirty, Georgiann Gelgel, leader. This is an important meeting Of the young people and all are requested to be present. Sermon theme, "The Tragedies of Human Life." There is always a welcome for you.—J. L. Coleman, minister. Swea City Quartette at Eagle Grove* Swea City Herald: The Isenberg- Iiink quartette, which by the way is carrying the name of Swea City abroad sang in .the Eagle Grove Methodist •church Sunday night. The Rev. M. H. MuMeman is pastor. In speaking of the appearance of the quartette at Eagle Grove one of the members of the organization says: '"The Rev. Mr. Muhleman is to be congratulated on the fine building he preaches In. Tt Is worth 'the trip just to see his wonderful study. We gave -•a, hal/liour -song •service. The pastor's •were'7367811.111 trar^rty'fcdnisistlng oT Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link, 'Miss Eleanor Ternberg, Miss Blanche Anderson, Elmer, Ralph and Carl Isenberg. "The quartette appears on a mothers' and daughters' banquet at Armstrong Wednesday night of this wee'k and at the Baptist church in Swea City next Sunday -night.," Church to Give Fine Musical Program. Mrs, W. F. Ingraham, soprano, and Miss Ellis Bracken, organist, will present a musical program at the Congregational church -net Sunday afternoon at five o'clock to which all the public is most cordially invited. Both musicians are from Mason City. Mrs'. EJla Ring Tngraham is the wife of Superintendent Ingraham of the Milwaukee railway. She is a graduate and post graduate student long time pupil of Mrs. L. O. Fox of that institution, and a member of the Apollo Musical Club of Chicago. Mrs. Ingraham's voice, interpretation, and personality will bring a most happy treat to all who hear her. Miss Bills Bracken studied organ with Professor Knight at Grinnell and Professor Bidwell at Coe College. She Is a charming young woman and her numbers -will be greatly appreciated. SENECA NEWS. 3 Mrs. R. L. Rossman and C. J. Adolpson were visitors in Bancroft on Thursday evening. The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday at the J. H. Jensen home in Fenton. Marjorie Osborn spent last week at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Chris Madison, near Lone Rock. Clyde Cooper has rented the John Osborn farm for the coming, year. The place was formerly occupied by Earl Osborn. Anton Dahl and daughter, Esther, spent a few days last week visiting with friends and relatives in Tyler, Minnesota. Superintendent R. L. Rossman attended the Palo Alto county boys' basket ball tournament last Saturday at Emmets'burg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson of Minneapolis visited over the week end at the home of Mrs. Sorensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wear and daughter of Marshall, Minnesota, spent the week end at the home of Mr. Wear's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wear. Mrs. Roy Christiansen and sons, who 'have been visiting in this community, went to Aberdeen, South Dakota, where Mr. Christiansen is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and son, Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and daughter, Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jensen and son, Teddy spent Saturday evening at the Lawrence Saxton home. A valentine luncheon was served. Last Monday night the Seneca girls played ithe 'iSeneca second teana boys ifij^l^'flfles-'But alloWa to go all liver 'the court. The girls lost by a score of 24 to 37. The Seneca first 'team "boys defeated Bancroft St. John's team the same night in a close game 36 to 35. Murphy of Bancroft refereed The receipts of the game which totalec $12.25 clear was given to the Red Cross for the relief work In the drought area, Friday night the Seneca girls defeated Lone -Rock girls in a fast game . 14 to 31. Both teams played a fast passing game, but the Seneca girls gained a large lead at first and retained the 'lead. This is the 'tenth victory for the 'local sextet only one game being lost so far this season and that to Whittemore. The Seneca 'boys also won defeating Lone Rock 15 to 23.- Superintendent Johnson of Ringsted refereed both games. Pairings for the 'boys' sectional 'bas tot baH tournament 'to be held at Plover were secured by Superintendent Rossman Saturday while in Emmetsburg. They are as follows: Albert City vs. Lincoln Lee; Mallard bye; Ayrshire vs. Marathon; Bradgate vs. Seneca; Rodman bye; Gillett Grove vs. Varina: Des Moines Twp. vs. 'Ware; -Havelock vs. Webb. Paii-ings for the girls' sectional tournament as computed from directions given out by Iowa H. S. A. A. are picked as follows, but are not official: Armstrong vs. Ledyard; Bancroft vs. Lone Rook; Dolliver vs. Ringsted; Graettinger vs. Seneca. The girls' tournament will be held at Bancroft, Wesley Folks Are Very Generous, Wesley, February 17. Special Cor.: A group of citizens of this communi- y gathered at the farmers' elevator on Wednesday night An response to a .uggested meeting held for the purpose of aiding the needy of the south niddle states in the drought relief. Silas Skow was elected chairman of his district. Saturday a report was circulated that so far seven hundred bushels of corn, three hundred bushels of oats, a large number of eggs, canned food stuff and cured meats besides «.200.00 had been subscribed. The reight car was expected Monday and ihipinent was to be made Monday and 1200.00 was spent in this community or products from local merchants and dealers. &S&8&B8Q^^ .SEXTON NEWS. | wttxysayay^^ Francis McMahon returned home on ''riday from a visit with his relatives in lllnois. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Titonka and Mrs. Oscar Hammond who was visiting there were visitors in Sexton Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Maynard Nail and little daugh- ;er, Diana Mildred of Wesley spent Sunday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. August Kirsclibaum and family. Choir practice was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick on MConday evening of this week to practice for the music contest to be held at Burt February 23. Mrs. Bailey, mother of Henry Bailey, who has been staying with him since his wife died, spent Wednesday afternoon and evening of last week with Mrs. Wm. Kutschara. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kutschara and daughter, Mildred were supper guests at the. home of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Kutschara, ast week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Edth Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and little daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham west of Monogram Stationery and ' Engraving *•»»«•• If you like to use beautiful monogram stationery you won't be able to resist some of the attractive patterns we have, and they aren't so very expensive either. If you are planning to have any other engraving work done, come in .and look over our sample book. The line is complete and the work done by artists. The wedding 'invitations and announcements are in varied design from which you may make your selection. They include the beautiful Ivory icolored numbers which are being used so extensively. We also have t'toe ivory visiting cards. Jf you are planning to have a reception on your golden or silver wedding anniversary, you will want to look at our Invitations for such occasions. The line contains a complete assortment oJ business. cards in many designs. Wo also have some beautiful mourning acknowledgements. Choir practice was held at the Harvey Steven home Saturday evening. The choir is practicing on their song 'or the music festival. They are under ;he supervision of Miss Miller of Algona. The young people of the Doan neigh- Dorhood gave a play at the Sexton hall "Monday evening, February 16. The ;ltle of the play was Deacon Dubbs. The proceeds will go to the school board. Mrs. Roy Wadleigh and two little daughters left early Monday morning for Indiana for their new home. Joseph Wadleigh took them through in their car. Mr. Wadleigh will follow in a day or so. Little Dorothea Pasley entertained a few of her little friends at a birthday party Sunday afternoon at her home. The little ones played games and then lunch was served by Dorothea's mother. Dorothea was five years old. Mr. and Mrs. John Blalne are the happy parents of a big baby 'birl "born to them last week Tuesday morning. This makes a family of four girls for the Blames. Mrs. John Ormsby of Wesley is caring for the mother and- .baby and doing.t'be.'house- work., >.. Doris Mae Blanchard entertained her sewing club Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson visited at Royal over the week end. Gladys Stebritz won first prize at the carnival skating Wednesday evening. George Miller is building a new brick house and Robert Padgett is the contractor. Mrs. James Ackerman spent Thursday at the Albert Willrett home n?av Fenton. The Fred Genrlch familv visited with relatives at Welcome, Minnesota,, on Sunday. Mrs. Carl Zoller and children of Nora Springs visited with friends her- Saturday. The fifth and sixth grades had n valentine party at the school house on Friday evening. Maxine Kearns visited at the Hawk home and with other friends Tuesday and Wednesday. L. R. Roderick and Tommy Enges- sor made a business trip to Hutchins last Wednesday. L. R. Roderick and E. M. Jensen attended a vigilante meeting at Algona Wednesday evening. Miss Edna Buchan of Fairmont visited at the Harry Rahn and Leeper home Friday and Saturday. HURO Worthington, who has been with his brother, Enos, at Mallard, the last few weeks, came home Sunday. Paul Rath of Buffalo Lake, Minnesota, who has been working for Don Moore, returned to his home Sunday. W. F. Pavev of Klemme, state organizer of the blacksmith association, visited Frank Flalg Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rorlerick and Wm. Fisher of Titonka attended n Chevrolet dealers' meeting at Spencer Friday. Gladys Nelson Is very sick with pneumonia, and Mr. Matins was absent from school a few days last week, being ill with the flu. Tom and Catherine O'Donncll went to El Paso, Texas, Monday. Catherine will take treatment at the St. Joe hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rause of Spencer and the Robert Padgett family of Algona visited at the William Krause home Sunday. The sewing club met with Mrs. Thompson last Thursday evening and will meet with Mrs. Fred Flaig on next Thursday. . Torn Snodgrass, who formerly lived south of Lone Rock, and who moved to South Dakota last spring, has now moved to Indiana. Mr. Godfrey, Mr. Mauns, Milo Tarbell and Mavnard Genrlch attended the boys' basket ball tournament at Ayrshire Saturday. Donald Blanchard who is attend- Biiick to Continue 1931 Straight Eight. An announcement which will bo of great interest to all Buick car owners appears elsewhere in this paper this week. Because the present line of 1931 Straight Eight Buicks has met with such spontaneous approval by thousands everywhere, Buick has decided to continue manufacturing 1hr present Eights through the summer and fall. Heretofore- it has been the custom of Butck to bring out a new model about the first, of August. This will bo good news to the many Buiok owners because they will buy now Iluicks with the knowledge Mint thorn will be no model change this summer. The 1931 line cj Buicks hns boon re well received that out of every 100 rights sold in Buick's price, fifi nre Buicks. The Butck is handled locally by the Algona Motor Sales. WEST BEND NEWS, Mrs. Homer Boevers Is quite ill with an attack of pleurisy. Miss Ida and Oscar Riley were Pocahontas visitors Thursday. Roy Stover of Rodman visited his mother, Mrs. John Stover here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirtz of Rodman were calling on relatives In town Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White and family moved Into the Sarah ImhofT property Wednesday. Chnrlos Riley of Livormore was a caller at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley, Monday. Milforcl Mufphv and his friend, Mr. DeJarlys of Vivian, South Dakota, arc visiting friends around here. Mr. and Mrs. John Satnrn, Sr., nnrl Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sntern ot Bode spent Wednesday evening here. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clonl and family nf Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brccdlowe of Omaha are visiting in the home of their daughter, Mrs. I. J. Weber and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart. and daughter, lantha, Dorothy Sloan and Kenneth Miller attended the tournament at Emmetsburg Friday evening. Mrs. M. T. Munson and son, Howard drove to Eagle Grove Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Munson's niece of that place died from tonsllitis Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart and daughter, lantha, Dorothv Sloan and Gordon Zimmerman attended the boys' basket ball tournament in Emmetsburg Saturday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Charles Dewitt returned the first of last week from Remvick, where Upper Des Moines Republican **•«• Mr. and Mrs. ily east of, 'town, Mrs. Alfred Jensen and two sons of Algona and Alvls Hill of Waynesville, Illinois, all motored to Mason City Sunday and spent the day with realtives at the home of their ;B!Str, Mrs.. Everett Marshall and family. Mrs. Lloyd Steven of near Irvington entertained the Sexton; LadiesC Aid at her home last week Thursday afternoon. A nice crowd attended. Bible Study was conducted by Mrs. Jurgen Skow of near Wesley. The meeting was veiy interesting. The next -meeting will be in March at the home of Mrs. Strother Wise, east of town. A number of Sexton people 'are attending the training school in Algona at the Methodist church on Wednesday evenings for five weeks. Those attending are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and Wilbur, Everett and Leo Steven, Neva Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and Herman and Nell Wise. There are four classes and an are very interesting. Miss Mildred Kutschara entertained ten of her girl friends at a valentine party at' her home Saturday afternoon. Games were played which were very interesting. Those present were: Edith Greenfield, Ila Olsen, Parl Hammond, Isablle Bauer, Dorothy Steven, Alberta Grosenbach, Nell Wise, Sarah Neeling, Rose HflTscliara and a girl friend. A very delicious lunch was served by Mildred and her mother. A crowd of about one hundred and seventy-five people gathered at the hall last week Thursday evening for a farewell party given for the Lou Kuts- charas, Ernest Bauers, Roy Wadleighs and Monroe Heiters as they are all moving from Sexton. Games were played and everyone had a very good time. Presents of mottoed pictures were given each one of the ladies. The Sexton Ladies' Aid were sponsors of the party. LONE ROCK NEWS. § %#8Q®!®G8^^ Lloyd Hutchinson came home from Chicago Monday. The school board held a business meeting Thursday. make your DOUBLE-EDGE RAZOR (old or new model) la BETTER RAZOR * or your money back I fORIEH 5OfORFIVE Guaranteed by PROBAK CORPORATION AutoSiicp Softly Bow Co. Inc, N. Y.C. CHOP SUEY at Quick Lunch "ran a meat fork into her hand Saturday when she was canning meat. Mrs. John Rath is now helping her with the work for a few •days. The following were entertained at the R. T. Angus home Sunday: Lawrence Newbrough, Bertha and Evelyn Blanchard, Neva Rath and Albert Shaser. , Mrs. Miller of Spencer and Mary Kniss of Lanark, Illinois, visited at the Conrad Rahn home last week. Mrs. Miller is an old friend of Mrs. Rahn and Mary Kniss is Mrs. Rahn's sister. The Burt Lutheran ladies aid gave the Henry Scheppeman family a surprise party Friday evening. The Scneppemans are moving south of Algona the first of March on a farm they have purchased. The following were entertained at a five hundred party at the John Sprank home last Wednesday evening, Glen Burts of Burt's Lake, William Goche of Bancroft, the James Ackermans and the Frank Flaigs. It was Mrs. Sprank's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit entertained the following Friday evening at a five hundred party: the Fred Gen- richs, G. A. Sharps, Oscar Bearings, John Spranks, Ed. Priebcs, Ralph Priebes, James Ackermans and C. M. TJmsteds. Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt entertained her bridge club at her home last Tuesday afternoon. The following attended, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy and Otto Jensen, Mrs. L. R. Roderick, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Glen Sharp, Mrs 1 . Alfred Krueger. Mrs. Krueger won the high score. Seventy-three attended the Fathers and Sons banquet at the school house last Wednesday evening. The following program was given and supper served afterwards. Song, "One Fleeting Hour," by girls' glee club; recitation, "Brotherly Love/' by Letha Bilsborough; recitation, "Car-Painter," Lillian Angus; song, "I Love t a Lassie," by girls' glee club; talk by Rev. Gladstone, "Father and son"; violin solo by Mrs. Tarbell and Milo. The following committee was chosen at Lone Rock to see that the Lone Rock community would donate eggs, butter, flour, potatoes, grain and clothing to help Fenton and Ringsted community load a car to be sent to the needy in the drought district: Rev. Gladstone, chairman, Charles Morris, N. L. Cotton, Wm. Knoll, and Win. Christensen. The things donated by the Lone Rock community were Bent to Ringsted and the car was loaded there. The Legion Auxiliary held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, February 11. The flower committee reported sending flowers to one member who is ill and also flowers for Mr. ing school at Cedar Falls, spent the I sn e spent two weeks caring for her week end with his parents, Mr. and daughter, Mrs. Leo Mimbach, who has Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. been very ill. Mrs. Walton Dewitt is J. M. Blanchard is building a 24x40 foot addition to enlarge his hardware store. Kennedy of Burt and Fred Rath are doing the carpenter work. The Legion Auxiliary will hold" a T)eneflt card party in the town hall on Thursday evening, February 19- Prizes will be given and lunch will We eerv- at the Mimbach home at present. William and Lyman Riley were Pocn- hontas and Llvermore visitors Friday. Mrs. Frank Collins and daughter, Miss Erma, came home with them for a visit. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Riley and Miss Ida took them to their home in Livermore. .•The Delta Alpha Sund,tnr .-School class of which Mrs. B. F. McFarland Js teacher, entertained their husbands and friends at the church Thursday evening. The evening was spent playing games. A luncheon was served by Mesdames Carl Vohs, A. B. Carter and H. M. Mantz. Evangelistic meetings are in progress at the Methodist church. The meetings began Sunday ant) will last three weeks. Sunday evening a good crowd was out to hear the evangelist, Miss Nell Malen, who gave a rousing sermon. Everyone should boost these meetings by their presence and their help. The streets of West Bend were lined with cars Saturday when the farmers came in to attend a tractor demonstration put on by the John Deere Company. The meeting was held in the Orpheum Theater. A tractor was on exhibition in front of the theater. Movies were shown and much interest was shown. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman and Mrs. H. F. Stagman and Warren Hrtr- ley Wilson drove to Fort Dodge on Saturday. They visited Warren's mother, Mrs. Goldie Wilson, who is in a hospital,* They found her quite ill and unable to receive visitors for very loni? at a time. Mrs. Wilson was operated on Wednesday for appendicitis The yotjng pconle of the Catholic church held a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moiling on Tuesday evening. A ini-go crowd was present to enjoy a oleasant evening Another card party will be held at the country home of Joseph Montug on Tuesday evening of this week. A lunch Notice of Application. For Authority to Sell Certain Itcul Estate. In Equity No. 12S8.'!. In the district court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona", Iowa, defendant. To all person. 1 ; interested In the receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the oiflce of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of L. A. Andrew, receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell the North Twenty-four (24) feet of Lot Five (5), Block Twenty-eight (28) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, commonly known as the Thos. Akre store, to W. E. Laird of Algona, Iowa, for the sum of Eighty-five Hundred Dollars ($8500.00) according to the terms and conditions set out in said application to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said application will be had at the court house in Algona, Iowa, on the 25th day of February, 1931, at two o'clock p. m. of said day at which time you may ap- having birthdays this month donated, 'pear and show cause, if any you have, Special mention was made of the ra- ' why an order should not be entered Kerr's funeral. Mi*, father of Merle Kerr Kerr was the for whom our post was named. A birthday box was started in December and members dio program over WHO, Friday, February 20 from 3:45 to four p. m. This is to be given by Mrs. Dubbert, state president on national defense. It was decided to have a benefit card part on Thursday evening, February 19, in the Lone Rock hall. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Tena Jensen served refreshments. authorizing said sale. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa. By R. H. MILLER, Examiner in Charge. 36 THE NEW SMOOTHER MOKE BEAUTIFUL '.'- '.'*','•"'' , . '• • . /7 ALGONA MOTOR SALES is served at these parties and a charge is made for the games. The basket ball girls and the conch, Miss Mary Stadtinulicr wore ontertaln- d at the Gechart homo Wednesday evening. A few of their friends were invited in to help them celebrate the victory of being second in the basket ball tournament. Two of the girls, Dorothy Sloan and Esther Habegar, were chosen for the first all-county team. lantha Gertha and Wilda McCullough were chosen for the second all- county team. The boys' county basket ball tourney was Held at Emmetburg Friday evening and Saturday. Friday evening Cylinder defeated Ayrshire 16 to 12, Emmetsburg won from Curlew 2 to 18, Mnllard won from Ayrshire 20 to 7 and West Bend won from Rodman 24 to 20. On Saturday afternoon nt two,o'clock Emmetsburg won from Cvlin'dcr 50 to 8 and Mallard won from West Bend 34 to 16. In the finals which were ployed off ?t eight o'clock in the evening West Bend and Cylinder matched up for the consolation game, West Bend, winning by a score of 40 to 1C. Mallard won from Emmetsburg, the score being 12 to 11 at the flrst half and running up to 23 to 19 at the end, giving the Mallard team the cup. Emmetsburg won the penant and the V/est Bend boys the ball used in the tournament. Notice of Public Sale. In the matter of Murtagh Brothers, a copartnership composed of Edward J. Murtagh and Charles B. Murtagh; and Edward J. Murtagh and Charles B. Murtagh as individuals, bankrupts. To whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that P. P. Zerfass, trustee in bankruptcy in the above entitled matter will sell at. public auction at the east door of the court house in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, at two o'clock p. in. on the 2f)tli clay of February, 1931, the following described real estate to the highest bidder for cash, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter of tlic South west Quarter (SE'.i SW'i), and the Southeast Quarter (SE'.i) of Section 31, Township 13C, North of Range 30, Cass county, Minnesota, subject to all taxes, liens and assessments. The South 1-3 of Lot 21; the East of Lot 26; the South Vi of Lois 17 and 18; all of Lots 27 and 28, all in Block 277 in Call's Addition" to Algona, Iowa, subject to all liens subsequent to the taxes for the year 1930. Lots 3, 23, 24, 36, of Block 5; Lot 1 of Block 10; Lot 8 of Block 14; Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21/45, 46 and 47 of Block 15; Lots 12 to 24 inclusive in Block 50; Lots 29, 30 and 31 in Block 69; Lots 7. H, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Block 75; Lot 1 In Block 78; Lots 30 to 39 in Block 81 Inclusive; Lots 23, 24, 25 in Block 100;, Lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 in Block 111, all in Riverview addition to the city of Waterloo, Iowa. , , -, '- . •„, Lots 183, 184/ 185, 434 "and 435 in Pleasantview addition to the city' of Waterloo, Iowa, subject to all unpaid taxes and assessments. Also five shares of stock in the Hobarton Elevator and one share of stock In the Fenton Opera House Company. P. P. ZERFASS, 36 Trustee. Important Change in Train Service Effective Sunday, Feb. 22 For full particulars ask local agent 9/fe MILWAUKEE ROAD o:oo:o.o^^ Furniture We have added a loi of real bargains In our line lately that are real bargains. Hei'ore buying it will pay you to look our line over. We do upholstering and repairing. \\ r e repair sewing machines. STORAGE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS The Furniture Shop West of the l<\ml (iarage Algona, Iowa. £K«i»3eCG&G}»#»»KW<^^

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