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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1950, Winona, Minnesota 12 THE WINONA REPUBLICAN-HERALD. WINONA, MINNESOTA SATURDAY, JUNE 17, WSO Visions of Virgin Mary Reported Necedah, WIs. As nearly people knelt in reverent si lence Friday a middle-aged farm woman who says she has seen vi- sions of the Virgin Mary, asked prayers for the conversion of Rus-; sia. Although she did not say she saw the vision, the Rev. Sigmund Len- gowski, pastor of her parish, St. Francis of Assisi, said, "I believe she saw it." The woman, 40-year-old Anna van Hoof, has been promised, she; said, that the Virgin would appear before her this noon. The scene of previous appearances was a clump of four 12-year-old ash trees In the backyard of her farm home. Mrs. Van Hoof knelt before the trees, praying, slowly shaking her head. Then she stood up, and touched the heads of two Roman Catholic priests and several other Chicago Hogs, cattle and sheep were nominally steady today in the usual dull weekend trading. hogs 500. compared week ago: Barrows and gilts 25-50 cents lower: sows mostly 50 cents lower. Hog receipts ran largely to 220-270-pound butchers and to sows. Week's top was 20.60 paid on Monday witbl closing top 20.25. Most good and choice1 180-230-pound butchers closed at 19.85- 20.15; 240-270 pounds at 19.00-19.75; few 280-330 pounds at 18.00-19.00. 375 pounds and down closed few lightweights to 18.00; 40C weights 15.25-16.25: 475-600 pounds at 14.00 to 15.25. Salable cattle 300 total not given; compared week ago: Receipts this persons kneeling near her. week equal to tne lightest In over a year; ot chi the and yearlings HO pounds down Standing, she addressed me strong to 50 cents higher, over 1.100- Crowd. j pound weights weak to 50 cents lower: of you came here out of'hellers around steady aHhouKh extreme she heart must be said, "but your in your prayers. Markets at a Glance Chicago Wheat: Firm; cash grain mar- ketings light. Corn: Firm; little short-cov- ering. Oats: Firm; rose with com. Soybeans: July strong, others steady. Hogs: Nominally steady. Cattle: Nominally steady. livestock Market Nominally Steady By Dal Curtis The black cloud of the enemy is rolling over us. "Let us get on our knees and pray with our whole hearts, pray for the conversion of Russia. The iron gates of Russia will be thrown You think things are tough are grumbling about can't ask your must do open now; you things but you neighbors to pray, you something Mrs. Van Hoof turned and knelt again, then slumped forward, sob- bing audibly. Father Lengowski and another cows strong to 25 cents higher, other cows weak to 50 cents Icwer: bulls 50 cents to SI higher and at a new high since Jan- uary. 1949; vealers steady to Si higher: stockers and feeders scarce, slow, weak; three loads choice light and medium weight fed steers 32.25 and 32.50; bulk good and REX MORGAN, M. D. PACKING (AY SUITCASE FOB ONE REASON I'D HOPED TO TALK TO ABOUT HER IF YOU THOUSHT YOU WERE, I'D BE WHY DID VOU base year of the Index, 1926, equals 100. The Index, with comparable fig- ago and a year thereof be had on July 27th, 1950, at thereof be had on July llth. 1B50, at 1 o'clock A. M., before this Court choice quality half-fa before this Court In probate court room In the court house In ment account 30-25. most good and choice limited to four months ven; compared week ago: Spring hereof, and that the claims so filed that the claims so filed slaughter lambs and yearlings lower, spring lambs In slightly Increased supply and showing full decline; sheep 50 cents to lower: receipts locally and In hereof, and heard on October 24th, 1950. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In the year :arller; dressed trade narrow and sharply lower, especially In East; closing last week at 29.00 choice spring lambs fell to 27.50; choice yearling lambs to 25.00, year- ling wethers to 23.50 and choice light ewes to 10.00: week's bulb good to choice springers, with buck lambs discounted SI per hundredweight, 2G.OO-28.00: bulk shorn lambs 23.50-25.50; bulk shorn year- lings 33.00-24.00; bulk slaughter ewes 7.00-9.50, with heavies 6.50-7.50 and bucks 5.50-8.00; demand for replacement ewes at broader than supply, South St. Pnol Livestock South St. Paul Cattle, calves compared Friday last week: Good and choice slaughter steers 50 cents low- er; heifers weak to 50 cents lower: cows 50 cents to higher: bulls higher; vealers lower: stocker and feeder classes 50 cents to higher; week's top on slaughter steers 31.50; scattering high- good and choice steers 30.00-31.00; bulk good at close 28.00-29.50: medium short- feds 25.00-27.50: choice heifers 30.50: bulk good 27.50-29.00; medium 24.50-27.00; com- mon steers and heifers 22.00-24.00; closing bulk good cows 22.50-24.00; few high- good young cows 25.00: common and me- dium 20.00-22.00: canners and cutters 17.50- ures for a week sgo, follows: 35 commodities rood Livestock Grains and cottoa Textile Nonrerrous metal H-158.78 1850 high. City of Winona, Minnesota, and that! of Winona, Minnesota, and that notice -''hereof be given by publication of this or- der In The Winona Republican-Herald and by mailed notice ai provided by law. Dated June 16, 1850. LEO V. MURPHY. (Court Seal) Probate Judge. Burkhardt Ic Dunlap, Plainvlew, Minnesota. Attorneys for Petitioner.____________ notice hereof be given by publication of this order In The Winona Republican- Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated June 18th. 1950. LEO F. MURPHY, Probate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) Sawyer Gurnee, Attorneys lor Petitioner.____________ (First Pub. Saturday, June 17, 1950) STATE OP MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF WINONA, IS IN PROBATE COURT. No. In Be Estate of Otto Benek, Decedent. Order for Hearing on Petition for Probate of Will, Limiting Time to File Claim! and for Rearing Thereon Ella Benck having filed a petition for the probate of the will of said decedent and for the appointment of Ella Benck as Executrix, which will Is on file In this Court and open to Inspection; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing WANT ADS start here KEFLTES TO BUND ADS UNCALLED FOB E-8, 18 23, 32, 44, 45, 50, 55, 58, 62, 63, 86, 67, 70, 72, 75, 80, 81, 87. In Memoriam heard on November 9th, 1950. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In the City (First Pub. Saturday, June 3. 1950) STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WINONA, ss. IN PROBATE COURT No. In Re Estate of Joseph Hoffman, also known M Joe Hoffman, Decedent. Order for Hearing on Petition for Admin' iitratlon, Limiting Time to File CUlnn and for Hearing Tbereon. Josephine Hoffman having filed herein (First Pub. Saturday, June 17, 1950) STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF WINONA, ss. IN PROBATE COURT No. In Re Estate of Walter L, Hodglns, Decedent. Order for Hearini on Petition for Probate of Will, Limiting'Time to File Claims and for Hearing Thereon. Edna Florence Bodglns having filed a petition for the probate of the Will of said decedent und lor the appointment of WARREN JAMES In loving remembrance of our dear ion who died one year ago, June 17: Gone, dear son, gone forever; how miss your smiling face: But you left us to remember none on earth can take your place. A happy home we once en- joyed, how sweet the memory still. But death has left us loneliness tic world can never fill. Fort family. ________ Funeral Directors and praying that Josephine Hoffman be appointed administrator; IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on June 29th, 1950, at ten o'clock A. M., before this Court In probate court room In the court house In Winona, Minnesota; that tho time, within mum m uu-ii.uu. .which creditors of said decedent may file 19.50; closing sales medium and good i their claims be limited to four months _ petition for general administration Edna Florence nodglns a Executrix, which stating that said wm ls on llle ,n Court and open to Inspection; IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing thereof be had on July 11, 1850, at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Winona, Minnesota, and that objections to the allowance ol 202.77 186.11 150.30 150.14 158.48 GRAIN Chlcaco High July J.ll'ii Sep. Dec. Mar. May 2.14 Corn- July 1.43'i Sep. 1.41H Dec. 1.33 Mar. May IX'.'t July Sep. Dec. Mar. Rye- July Sep. Dec. July Nov. Jan. 2.14V? Mar. Lard- July 11.27 Sep. 11.50 Oct. 11.47 Nov. 11.40 Dec. 11.70 .70 .72U 1.33i-i l-35Vi Low 2.11 2.12Vi 2.I4H 2.12V. .1.3-1 Wi 1.35'.. .70T. .72'A 1.341J 1.38 2.14 li.20 11.40 11.32 11.30 11.60 Bat. 2.153. 1.42 1.41 .71', .73 .72 2-lli-i 3.13'i 11.20 11.42 11.37 11.35 11.G2 2.12 1.41H 1.40 1.32 1.34-j .76'k 1.34 1.38 2.14 11.15 11.32 11.27 11.25 11.57 Chicago Cash wheat. Corn; No. 1 yellow No. 2, 1.45ia-1.4994; No. 1 white 2.00. Oats: No. 1 white 90Vi. Barley: Malting nominal: feed 1.15-1.25. Minneapolis Future! Open July 2.263i Sep. 2.19H Dec. 2.17 Oats- July .73 Sep. .64 !i Dec...... July 1.35 Sep..... Flax- Oct. 3.25 High Low Sat. 2.27'-i 2 2.IG5. 2.15Vi .64% .651.4 1.35 1.3414 1.34Vi 1.33 3.25 3.25 Minneapolis Cash Minneapolis vet wheat receipts today 321: year ago 401. Trading basis un- changed. Prices up cents. Cash: No. 1 dark northern or No. 1 northern 12 to 16 protein one cent premium for heavy: No. 1 hard Montana Minne- sota-South Dakota No. 1 dark hard win- ter 2.26T'.-2.29Ti: fancy milling durum No. 1 choice milling durum No. 1 red durum S.lBli- 2.W.. Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.36-1.37. Oats: No. 3 white Barley: 1.07-1.70. Rye: No. 2, 1.37Va-l.3itt. Flax: No. l. 3.90-4.00. Soybeans: To arrive, Minneapolis Hour Minneapolis Flour In 100-pound cotton sacks: Family patents unchanged, 5.90: standard patents unchanged, 5.70. Shipments Standard bran unchanged. 48.50: stand- ard middlings unchanged. S5.50. Red dog unchanged. 60.00, sausage bulls 22.00-23.50; cutter and com mon 19.50-21.50; good beef bulls 22.50- 23.00; late bulk good and choice vealcrs common and medium 20.00- 26.00: culls good and choice stocker and feeder steers 28.00-29.50: me- dium stockers 25.00-27.00: common 22.00- 24.00; choice stock heifer calves 30.00: lRh gond feeding cow? 22.50. Hogs, compared Friday last week: Bar- rows and gilts 240 pounds down steady to 10 cents lower: other butchers scarce, weak to 50 cents OH: sows 50 cents to lower: feeder pigs steady; eood and choice 190- 240-pound burrows and Kilts largely 20.00 late: 2-10-3HD pounds 17.50-20.00: good and choice sows around 400 pounds down 14.75- 1725; choice light sows well under 300 pounds 17.50-17.75: blgwelshts down to 12.75; stags for week 13.00-15.00: boars 7.00-11.00: good and choice feeder pigs 19.00-1S.25. Sheep, compared Friday last week: Old crop shorn lambs 1.50-2.00 lower; spring _ htcr ewes cents spring lambs late lambs 24.50-25.00: week's top 26.25 etfrly: medium and Rood late good rind choice handywelght shorn slaughter ewes 10 00-10.50: common and medium 7.00-9.50; culls down to 6.00; fat weighty ewes over 150 pounds as low as 5.00; Rood quality yearling ewes on breeder account 23.00- from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on October 5th, 1950. at ten o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court room in the court house In wlnoaa, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In The Winona Republican-Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated June 2nd. 1950. ___ LEO F. MURPHY. Probate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) 8. D. J. Bruskl, Attorney for Petitioner.____________ Week Tear Jane IS AJO Ajo 169.14 111.78 152.07 171.25 173.28 132.38 134.36 ____________ 208.42 194.65J27.00-27.25; good and choice old crop shorn 190.44 140.83 lambs 1.76-2.00 oC; slnui 127.22'iower: good and choice 24.00: twos and threes mouths 12.00-12.50. 13.50-14.00; full WINONA MARKETS Reported by Swift A Company Listen to Market quotations over KWNO tt a. m., a, m. and a. m. Buying hours are from 8 a. m. to 4 p m. Monday through Friday, s a, mi to noon on Saturdays. These quotations apply nntn 4 p. m. AII llv( stock arriving after closing time will be properly cared tor, weighed and priced the following morning. I The riMlowlng quotations are for goodj co cholc- truck hogs, prices as of noon. HOGS The hog market Is butchers under 300 pounds five to ten cents higher; others stendy. Good to cbolee barrows and (First Pub Saturday, June 17. 1950) STATE OP MINNESOTA. COUNTY OP WINONA. ss. IN PROBATE COURT. No. 12.628. In Re Estate of James Arnold McMIlien, Ward. Order for Hearing on Petition 'to Sell Real Estate The Ouardlan of said estate having filed herein a petition to sell certain real estate described ta said petition; IT 13 ORDERED, That the hearing filed before said said will, II any, be time of hearing: that the time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on Oc- tober 18, 1950, at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court in the probate court room In the court house In Winona. Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In The Wir.ona Republican- Herald and by mailed notice as provided ROSARY LOST lust Sunday, near St. Jo- seph's church, valued as first com- munion. Reward. Telephone 3518. Probate Judge. (Probate Court Seal) Llbera Llbera. Attorneys for Petitioner. (1st Pub. Saturday, June 17, 1950.) NOTICE STATE OF MINNESOTA M. COUNTY OF WINONA I will not be responsible for debts con- tracted by anyone other than myself. CYRIL M. MULLEN, 1207 West 5th Street, Winona, Minnesota 11 lo niau ntc thereof be had on July 11. 1950, at ten Subscribed be ore me this o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room In the court house In Winona. Minnesota, and that notice here- of be given by publication of this order In The Winona Republican-Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated June 14, 1950. LEO F. MURPHY, (Probate Court Seal) Probate Judge. George, Brehmer A: Mcllahon, Attorneys for Petitioner.______________ fFlrst Pub. Saturday. June 3. 1950) OFFICE OF COUNTY AITDITOR, COUNTY OF WINONA, STATE OF MINNESOTA, 160-180 11 15-18.75 180-200 18.75-19.40 1940 220-240 1WO 240-270 J8.90 2VO-300.................... 17.90-18.90 300-330 330-360 16.50-17.00 Thin and unfinished discounted Good to choice 17.00-17.25 300-330...........-........ 1675-17.00 330-360 3CO-400.................... 15.40-16.00 400-450 14.65-15.40 450-500 13.90-14.65 Thin and unfinished discounted 11.25 10.00-11.25 CATTLB The cattle market Is steady. Steers and yearlings, Good to choice 26.00-29.50 Medium to good 23.00-26.00 Common to lair........... 22.00-down Heifers, Good to choice...........25.00-28.00 Medium to good ...........22.00-25.00 Common to fair 20.00-down Good to choice dryfeas 20.00-21.00 Fair to medium 18.00-20.00 Common to fair 17.00-18.00 Canners Cutters 13.00-17.00 Beef 17.00-21.00 Bologna, heavy 17.00-21.00 Bologna, light 18.00-down CALVES The calf market is steady; extreme top ss, Notice of Expiration of of Redemption. TO Ingual Severson. Otto Severson. Sever Severson, Steve Severson, Mary Nelson, Caroline Peterson, Ella Belle Covering, Annie Stnckhouse, Mabel Graeber. Flavelan J. DeMars and Jo- seph DeMars. (It You are hereby notified that the following described piece or parcel of land situated in the County of Winona. and State of Minnesota, and known and described as follows, to wit: The Northeast Quarter of the North- east Quarter of Section 28, Township 106 North. Range 6 West and the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 21, Township 106 North, Range West. IS NOW ASSESSED IN YOUR NAME. (2) That on the 14th day of May. 1945, at n sale of land pursuant to the real :state tax Judgment duly given and made 29.50. Good to choice Medium to good Common 25.00-29.00 19.00-24.00 18.50-down Immature calves purchased at salvage values. LAMBS The lamb market Is steadjs extreme top 25.00. Vroedtert Grain and Malting Company (Closed Saturdays) New 1............... No. 3............... 1.45 No. 3............... 1.42 No. 4............... 1.30 Other grades............... 1.33 BAT STATE SOLLINO CO. Elevator A Groin No. 1 northern spring wheat......2.13 No. Z northern spring wheat......2.10 No. 3 northern spring wheat......2.04 No. 4 northern spring wheat......2.07 No, 1 hard winter wheat .........2.01 No. 2 hard winter wheat .........2.03 No. 1 rye........................ 1.24. y 16th day of June 1950 s. U. THOENY. Notary Public Winona County, Minnesota My Commission Expires Oct. 12. 195S1_ (First Pub. Saturday. June 3, 1950) OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR. COUNTY OF WINONA, STATE OF MINNESOTA, Notice of Expiration ol Time of Redemption. TO Ingual Severson, Otto Severson, Sever Severson, Steve Severson, Mary Nelson Caroline Peterson', Ella Belle Covering, Annie Stackhouse, Mabel Graeber, Flavelan J. and Jo- (1) You are hereby notified that the following described piece of land situated In the County of Winona. and State of Minnesota, and known and described as follows, to-wtt: One (1) Acre, more or less, described as follows: Commencing where the Northerly line of a two rod road would Intersect the East line of the North- west quarter of the Northeast quar- ter of Section 28, Township 106 North. Range 6 West, running thence North along said East line 19 rods, thence Southwesterly 12 rods to a point on the Northerly line of said road, thence southeosterly along said line 15 rods to beginning, being In the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 28, Township 106 North, Range IS NOW ASSESSED IN YOUR NAME. (2) That on the 14th day of May, 1645. at n sale of land pursuant to the real In sad and loving remembrance of our beloved husband and father. Warren Fort, who passed away one sad year ago today: Nothing can ever take away the love heart holds dear; Fond memories linger every day, remembrances keep him dear. Ethel Fort and children. 35c developed and prlsted. 34-hour service. EDSTSOM'S Furniture, Repairs 18 THE PLACE TO GO for all your re- upholstering and recovering. THE CUS- TOM SHOP. 117 Walnut St.________ Moving, Storage 19 GENERAL and rubbish. You call, we haul. By contract, a day, week, month. Steel rubbish barrels Telephone Plumbing, Roofing 21 KRAMER PLUMBING ifc fers you a complete service. Prompt and expert workmanship. 523 E. King Telephone 733fl. CALL R. T. Small, sewer contractor. Re- pair service. Construct new sewers. Free estimate, Telephone 3254. JERRY'S PLUMBING SERVICE for your plumbing and heating needs. Telephone 9394. 879 East Seventh. Radio Service 23 EXPERT WEPAIR and tune-up service for all makes of radio and radio-phono, graphs, H. Choate Co. Phone 2871. 37 Farm HMTBMI 4S 8TEEL Suitable for CONCESSION equipped, priced reasonable. Beady to 1733 W. Fifth Street. ________ Wlnoo location, stock, equipment and fixtures. Reasonable rent with lease on own Priced at only J3500. or call THE WINONA REAL ESTATE AOKNCY, 318 East 3rd Street. Telephone 3638. USED HAY RAKES Latt model Johm. Deere aide delivery rake with floating cylinder and quick detachable teeth. Two other good rakes. IMPLEMENT CO., 113 Washington St.______________ HAY sale. McCormlck-Den- TRACTOR CULTIVATOR TO fit Johft Deere A or B models. Bian Stelplugh. Houston. 7 miles south Wltoka, 1 milt off highway 76.______ Dodge-Plymouth Cars and. Trucks and J. I. Case Machinery Business Established. Operated present own- er 15 years. Western Wisconsin city pop. Clean inventory at cost. Will help buyer finance. Modern tile building 75 x 80 fronted with gas station equipped. Large outside lot. Will rent real estate or sell with, terms to suit. Reasonable amount of cash will handle. Owner will leave mort any amount in business. Would consider partner with sufficient capital to evidence good faith and take complete charge with full res- ponsibility so that owner could de- vote time to other Interest. Would also consider trade for income pro- perty that does not require detail attention. Give age and what you can handle in first letter. Write E-93 Republican-Herald POWER BINDER-John Deere. foot; tractor trailer. 8x16 rack, rll steel frame, hydraulic brukcs. George FeuUng, Foun- tain City, WIs. Brothers, 26 inch. Complete, ready to fo. Meltla Nordgaard. Minn, Rt. i. WANTED TO de- livery rakes, also grain binders, frtata price, condition and location. Write Wal- ter Marg, Black River Wli. THRESHING MACHINES McCormlck- Deerlng, 26 Inch, full roller bearing, 14 foot feeder, reasonable, also several oth- ers. George Fountain City, WIs. Money to Loan 4O QUICK any article of value at Neumann's Bargain Store, 121 East Second. Telephone 9835. FARM OR CITY real estate loans, Jorsta< Agency, 121 West Second. Telephonr 5240. Payment! like rent. I A N ICED GRIESEL LUAINo LOAN co. Licensed under Minn, small loan act. PLAIN NOTE AUTO FURNITURE 170 East Third St. Telephone 2815 PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over Eiesge'B Dime store. Telephone 33M. Licensed under Minn, Small Loan act. Dogs, Pets, Supplies 42 Help EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER to act as office receptionist. Must be over 21 years old and able to start- Immediately, Apply Dr. P. V. Boardman. 26 GOLDEN 5 old. 25 Carimona. Help 27 Fawcett-Hillyer Funeral Service Raymond Pawcett. Kenneth Abraham, associate. Lost and Found WHAT TO DO WHERE TO GO for Tonr Entertainment Mid After the Show AUTO New cor pro- duction Is up and deliveries are good. We need a livewlre salesmap to sell new and used cars In this and sur- rounding area. Attractive set up for the right man. Write statins age, ex- perience and references to Box E-85 Republican-Herald._________________ ENJOY a glass of Frosted Ice Tea at JOY'S FLOWER POT. While you're there also try her homemade pecan pie. It s wonderful. 213 Center. INVESTIGATE our facilities for handling your wedding breakfast or luncheon. You will like the quiet atmosphere of the "HUNTSMAN." Have your next discus- sion club meeting here. The Steak Shop. Personals LAZY Lizzie lightens labor cleaning rugt and upholstery like new with Flna Foam Paint Depot, WANT TO STOP SMOKTNO? Try Nlco- Stop Guaranteed. Brown's Store. 117 West Third St. ____ DRINKING: Not knowing why? wanting to quit? but can't? Is similar to being "a square peg In a round hole." Like thou- sands already benefited, your inquiry brings free, confidential, particulars and assistance. Write Alcoholics Anonymous- Pioneer Group, Box 122, Winona. Minn. Auto Service, Repairing 1O ALIGNMENT SPECIALISTS Auto or truck wheel, axle, frame and hub straightening. High speed wheel balancing. Front end rehashing. Immediate service. BEE LINE SERVICE Metal Bidg_ at Bridge, 2nd St Business Services DO YOU NEED your wallpaper cleaned? For an expert Job, telephone 9466, 6 p. after PIANO TUNING AND phone 6458 or write Morton O. Ouren, 218Vi West Sanborn. ____________ and repaired rk guaranteed. M. Baker. Telephone the factory way. work guaranteed. M. Multhaup 201 North 4128 after -eera said piece or parcels of land'-from said tax sale, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this notice, is the sum of Forty Six and Dollars, together with Interest on thereof, at the rate of 6 per cent ppr annum from the 14th day of May. 1945, to the day such redemption la made. And the further sum of being per cent p- ____ May. 1946, to the day such redemption made. And the further sum of being the amount of delinquent taxes, and pen- alty for the year 1945. upon said piece or parcels of land, together with interest on S23.36 thereof, at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 12th day of May, 1947. to the day such redemption Is made. And the further sum of being the amount of delinquent taxes, and pen- alty for the year 1947. upon said piece or parcels of land, together with interest on thereof, at the rate of per cent per annum from the 9th day of May, 1949. to the day sucn redemption is made. And the farther sum of being the amount of delinquent taxes, and pen- alty for the year 1948. upon said piece or parcels of land, together with Interest on thereof, at the rate of f per cent per annum from the 8th day of May, 1850. to the day such redemption Is made. (4) That the tax certificate of pale Issued to said purchaser has been presented to me by the holder thereof and this notice requested. (5) That the time for the redemption of sold piece or parcels of land from said tai sale will expire slity (60) days after the service of this notice, and the filing of proof of such service in my office. WITNESS my hand and (ifflclal this 22nd day of May, 1950. (Official Seal) RICHARD SCHOONOVEB. Auditor, County, L Dollars. (3) And that the amount required to redeem said piece of land from said tax sale, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this notice, is the sum of Nine and Dollars together with interest on thereof, at the rate of 8 per cent per an- num from the 14th day of May. 1945. to the day such redemption Is made. And the further sum of being tne from the 13th day of May, 1946, to the day such redemption Is made. And the further sum of being the amount of delinquent taxes, and pen- alty for the year 1945, upon said piece of land, together with Interest on thereof, at the rate of 6 per cent per an- num from the 12th day of May, 1947, to the day such, redemption Is made. And the further sum of being the amount of delinquent taxes, and penalty for the year 1947, upon said piece of land, together with interest on there- of at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 9th day ol May. 1949, to the day such redemption is made. And the further turn of being the amount of delinquent taxes, and penalty for the year 1948, upon said piece of land, together with Interest on thereof, at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the Bth day of May, 1950. to the day such redemption Is made. (4) That the tax certificate of sale Issued to said purchaser has been presented to me by the holder thereof and this notice re- quested. (5) That the time for the redemption of said piece of land from said tax sale will expire sixty (60) days after the service of this notice, and the filing of proof of such service in ray office. WITNESS my hand and official seal this 22nd day of May, 1S50. (Official Seal) ___ RICHARD SCHOONOVZR. Auditor, County. Ulan. ELECTRIC ROTO-ROOTER clogged sewers or drains, call us for Roto-Rooter cleaning service. Nationally advertised, economical, efficient. Any sewer 24-hour service. Work guaran- teed. Syl Kukowskl, operator. Telephone 9509. ______ CESSPOOL, Septic Tank Service. Dial La Crosse 2-4155 or write E. H. Oden, Wi- nona, General Delivery. FLOOR SANDING H REFINISHTNG Telephone 3798 for estimate. JAMES A. KANGEL. SUGAR LOAP FARM wanted for general farm work. Also a student for farm work during summer months. Leon Bronk, Minnesota City, Minn. CATERPILLAR Do not apply If not thoroughly experienced. Write or Inquire E-89 Republlcan-He-ald. SALESMAN to sell Maintenance sanitary Supplies. Soaps, floor wax, disinfectants, etc., to hospitals, schools. Industrial In- stitutions, etc. Protected territory with active accounts in southern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Write for appointment to R. A. MYERS COMPANY, 1539 Mar- shall Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota, giv- ing personal history._______ HOLSTEIN good serviceable age. Lester Minnesota City, Minn HOTTEST MONEY-MAKER OUT! New Idea Ironing pad pays you up to Saves housewives up to 1 hour In 5. Min- ute demonstration; guaranteed. Also sen- sational selling fabric clean! Free sample offer. SHELDON, 1223 S. 23rd, Dept. 303, Milwaukee, Wis. NEW 1950 PATRICK DULT7TH LINE CLOTHING SALESMAN! Exceptional op. portunlty for good earnings. Sell dired from factory famous Patrick garments. Shirts, Jackets, underwear, slacks, hos- iery, snowsults, blankets, etc. Full tlmi with samples. Car necessary, pi port time with photo swatch line. Write Patrick Duluth Garment Factory, Du luth, Minn, FARM man wanted- Sep- arate five room house. Electricity. Henry Bros., Va mile north and mile east of Dover, Minn. ____ AUTO MECHANIC Wanted for full time employ- ment in local Lincoln-Mercury garage. Excellent working con- ditions and good pay. If you are an expert and qualified mechan- ic, apply to shop foreman NYSTROM MOTORS 315 West 3rd Winona or Female 28 STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED Starting Monday morning. Transportation from West End Theater at 7 A. M. VERNON GALLAGHER Minnesota City Situations 23 CHILD school girl wants child care. days. Write P.O. Box 265. June Solseth. ____________ Cleaning, Laundering baby sitting wanted by reliable sixteen year oM girl. 8 to f p. m. Six days a week, write E-84 I Republican-Herald._________________ -1 BABY wanted by schoo: 1 girl. West end preferred. Telephone For Better Buy Better Try FLUFF A laundry service that saves you time and energy during this hot summer weather. Try it today! Schaffer's Laundry Telephone 2888 Dry Cleaning Telephone 3030 HANDY MAN Wants to do "odd Jobs around house and yard. Telephone 7883 Telephone Your Want Ads to The Republican-Herald. Dial 3322 for an Ad Taker SITUATION WANTED Refined middle aged lady wishes position as housekeeper for one adult. References Exchanged. Write E-92 Republican-Herald Situations 3C carpenter work UK block laying. Telephone <750. lobe, rubbish tnraUnc, ro carpenter work, cement block laying. Telephone 8389- Lenox St.________ Private Instruction 34 VOICE LESSONS Also Music Theory RICHARD HARRINGTON. Instructor. Telephone 2093 after 6 p. m. Telephone Your Want Ads to The Republican-Herald. Dial 3322 for an Ad Taker COON My registered red- bone male 4 years old, good all arounc cooner, also 114 year old Bluetlck male hound. Well started, trees nicely. Prom- ising field trial dog, exceptionally fast priced reasonable. Oerald Plaby, Preston Minn. _________ Horses, Cattle, Stock 43 CEANED nice spotted Poland Chinas. 9 smaller ones. Peter Melsch, Altura. Minn. _________ COW FOR freshen July 1st, John Mueller, Winona, Minn., Rt. 1, telephone 24-0311. BAY Weight 3200 Age 8-9. Earl Hughley, Weaver, Minn, BRED Registered Minnesota No. 1 To farrow In July and August. Priced reasonable. Nels O. Nelson, Rt. 3, Rush- ford, Minn. REGISTERED with calves, bred heifen and young bulli Arenz shoe Crosse, wls. FEEDER sale. 12. Nodlne, Minn: Paul Zessln ready to wean. Jim Buggs, Goo view road. (4th place west of Blesane Stone _________ Poultry, Eggs, 44 WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS 10 weekj old. From our Key Flock. Price each WDTONA ROLLINGSTONI POULTRY FARM. Rolllngstone. LEGHORN year old, laying Mike Schloegel. Lewlston, Minn. Get Your BABY CHICKS Now! Started Chicks Up to 4 Weeks Old ST. CHARLES HATCHERY St. Charles, Minn. 46 or baled hay. or will trade for feeder pile or wet sows. Glenn Way, Utlca. Telephone Lewlston. Ing drop head. In good working order. Also double wiigon box, like new. Cyril Kronebuscb. Mlnnelska, Ulan, 7 mllel north of Altuni, Minn. HARNESS AND EQUIPMENT Old harness repaired. New harness for sale. "GUST" The Shoe Man 215 E. Third St. 1 All Steel ANTHONY WAGON BOX Mounted on heavy duty rubber tired wagon equipped with hy- draulic hoist. Excellent condition. AECHER-DANIELS MIDLAND CO. 850 W. Third St. Winona, Minn. THREE USED COMBINES Massey Harris Model 26, 12 ft sell propelled. Massey Harris Model 21-A U ft. self propelled. Case Model SP-12 Spike tooth self propelled. All are equipped with pickupi and have been used less than one year. SUBSTANTIAL DIS- COUNT! DOERER'S 1078 West 5th Winona, Minn. FARMERS Here's your chance for a MOWING MACHINE BARGAIN! WC TRACTOR with starter, lights and mounted power mower for only F. A. KRAUSE CO. "Where Farmers Meet Their Friends" New Used .MACHINERY NEW 4-ton wagons, on rubber. Field sprayers, 20 30 ft. Power moweri. Globe disci. USED 1941 Case Model DC tractor with starter, lights and cul- tivator. Excellent condition. Minnesota 8 It. power binder. Three 12 ft. self propelled combines. Used less than 1 year. All Now On Display At DOERER'S "Your Massey Harris Dealer" 1078 West 5th Telephone 2314 Hay, Grain, Feed ____________50 ALFALFA be wire baled the week of June 25th If weather permits. HollU Lee, Galesvllle. Wls. will be ready to bale next week. Norman Helm, St. Charles, Mima. Telephone St. Charles 74W3._________ ALFALFA on land that has been well limed and fortified with phos- phate. John Daley, Lewlston, Mian. Tele- phone 171-F-21.______________________ POX HORSES cash prices: paid for your fox horses. Call collect1 Black River Falls. WIs, MARG Pox Farm. ____ DEAD LIVESTOCK WANTED Cash paid for horses and cows. Will pick up hogs and calvci free of charge. Winona Exchange dial 0 and ask for Zenith 8000. (No toll charges) or Kush- ford 20 collect. Cnatfleld Rendering Co. HAY FOB baled In Held. Adolph Spteer, St. Charles, Minn. Tele- phone St. Charles 20F2. Farm Implements, Harness 48 FIELD SPRAYER for corn borers; bushels shelled corn: SO day seed corn; Shorthorn yearling bull. Todd St. Charles, Minn. ALFALFA acres it Minne- sota City, Inquire Wlnlred Sean or Wil- liam Helcox. MOUNTED Chalmers, 7 fits RC or WC. Excellent condition, very obeap, Arno Braem, Alma, WIs._______ Chalmers tractor and cultivator, 44 model. Will sell for cosh or trade for livestock. Brookes Smith, Galesvllle. HAY heavy duty, also hay hoist, 3 H.P. motor, used very little. Garret Marsh, Oalesvlllc, Win., Rt. 1 threader wire bay baler for sale. New last August. Baled 4500 bales. O. B. Brokken, Harmony, miles west. TRACTOR John Deere Mode! P, 1949. Damaged by fire. See at William House farm, St. Charles, Mall bid promptly to Olofson Company, 1st Ave. Building, Ro- chester. CUSTOM HAY Field or stationary. Automatically -wire tired. Call or writs.Elmer Keller. Cochrane, Wit. lawn mower. It cuts your weeds and tali gran and leavei your lawn t-elvety smooth. For free demonstration, write: Winona Fire Power Equipment Street, Winona. Co, 1630 (tb BETTER FARM BUILDINGS money. Hemp Master Built. Hemp farm, west on a Highway 14. New and Used FARM MACHINERY OOERER'S "Yonr Massey-Hiirli Dealer" 1078 West Fifth. Telepbont 2314. _ TEACTOR MAGNETO Salei and Service. sales and service: used 1'A and H.P. Briggs-Btratton ELECTRIC 8EBVICK. Jtoln at. TelephoM MS5. ALFALFA acres. To be baled M as weather permits. 80c per LaValne Pries, Eyota, Minn, JA north of Eyota. HAY FOR acres of alfalfa. Clar- ence C. Spaag, MlnnejOM. City, P.t. 1, (Middle _____ ________ ALFALFA acres choice. Limed and commercial fertilized. Will be baled and sold from field. Nell Burke, Wltoka. Seeds, Nursery Stock 53 celery, eggplant, pep- pers, parsley, ground cherries, broccoli, kohlrabi, cauliflower, unapdragons, sal- vias, pinks, chrysanthemums, zinnias, as- ters, marigolds, pansles, daisies, petunias, sweet allyslum. Heavenly Blue morning glories; leafmold; flsblnt worms. Grand St. Antiques, Coins, Stamps 56 CHESTS OF ball tree; 4 cane seat chairs; sewing rocker, table and hanging lamps; colored glass. Grover's AntlQUe Shop, leau, Wls. prices on furniture. Organ, walnut chest ot drawers, Leona's Hobble Shop, Altura. Minn. Telephone Altura 3858. Articles for Sale 57, CHAISE LOUNGE dreen, aluo Speed Queen ironette, both like new. Harry Replnskl, Bluff Elding, Wls. ICE size; one-point row boat; new Jig saw Seventh. with motor. 1004 East CHEMICAL sale. Practically new. Telephone Stockton 164-F-2. YOUR FRIENDS, WILL MARVEL at Improved appearance of your home with the addition of our awnings. Quality, materials. FRUETEL8. Telephone 3722. PIANO ACCORDIONS Italian Rosatl, 120 bats, i switches: German Hohner, 120 bass. 4 switches; also concertina.' These are exceptional values in piano accordions and selling (or. less than ol original price. THS TRADING POST,
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