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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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The Algotta tipper Des Moiaes, Algotia, Iowa, October 19, 1933 Five Township Women's Clubs Open New Training Schools PLANSFOR'33.'4 YEAR OUTLINED IN PROJECTJMEETING House Cleaning Subject of First Lesson; Good Turnouts Attend Lincoln and Ledyard townships met at the home of Mrs. j. H. Holoomb of JLedyard township on Tuesday, October 10 for the first training school of the new year. House cleaning problems were studied. Much fun was enjoyed In the making of homemade mops, both for wet scrubbing and for oustless mops. The following leaders attended: Mrs. J. E. Telkamp, cooperator and local leader; Mrs. L. A. Nltz, secretary and cne of the publicity chairmen, also local leader; Emma Gutknecht, girls' 4-H leader and cooperator; Mrs. Julia Wortman, cooperator; Mrs. J. E. Ukena, local leader; Mrs. Jerry Heetland, township chairman; Mrs. Art E. Anderson, cooperator and local leader; Mrs. Prank Lewis, publicity chairman, cooperator and local leader; and the hostess, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, all of Xedyard township. Mrs. J. H. Warburton, county chairman and township chairman of Lincoln township, also attended. Lincoln township will complete their organization at their regular monthly meeting on Friday, October 20. Mrs. Warburton's mother, Mrs. Hoble and Mrs. Walter Hans were quests. The H. D. A. gave the lesson. * * * Mrs. SigBbee Host to . Portland-Burt On Wednesday, October 11, Mrs. C. JE. Slgsbee was hostess for the first training school for Portland and Burt •townships. Lesson one, House Cleaning up to Date, was outlined, community meetings were discussed and definite plans made for the completion of township organizations. The following leaders attended: Beu- 3ah Larson, Mrs. Tony Jandl, Mrs. Wy- ctt Stott, Mrs. S. M. Peterson, Mrs. Hans Koestler, Mrs. E. B. Dittmer, and Mrs. c. E. Sigsbee of Portland township and Mrs. Prank Ryerson, Mrs. M. O. Richards, Mrs. C. E. Bahllng, Mrs. Cliff Holding and Mrs. Geo. Gray of Burt township. Three visitors were also present and the H. D. A. KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS By Will Harris, Farm Editor If farm prices keep on sinking as they have been, 1 fail to see how retailers can maintain for long the artificial high level of their prices. The fanner today has less purchasing power than, perhaps, at any time in history. He is buying and can buy only those commodities with which he cannot do without. He Is bewildered by his plight, Will Harri* FREE Have You Called For Your Jig Saw Puzzle? get one so that you may enter the Devoe Paint Go. 's limerick contest for big cash prizes. Also see the many paint specials we have. Contest closes Oct. 21st. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. and being no economist he falls to understand administrative measures, which, In theory, are undertaken for his benefit. Meanwhile, the market prices of hogs, oats, cattle, corn and poultry are sinking deeper and deeper below the surface level of the cost of producing those commodities. His patience Is not exhausted. He can hold on for a time without starving. But— there Is on the farm an increasing rumble of dissatisfaction which can no longer be Ignored and charged to natural "griping." if the administration intends to carry through its recovery efforts to success, and I believe it does so Intend, then I would advise that it is high time that steps be taken In the direction of informational propaganda in order that the farmer, our basic industrialist, shall know clearly and unmistakably just what Is being done for him, actually and theoretically in the line of recovery. Kept in the dark, as he has been, it Is but natural that he is becoming distrustful, and though unorganized, he may arise and strike out blindly at that which he does not understand and which appears to have harmed rather than helped his cause. Frank Bestenlehner of Whittemore supervised the shelling of corn on his farm in Lotts Creek last Friday. Wm. Madson Is the tenant on Frank's farm. Henry Ostwald of Lotts Creek township is getting ready to fatten some hogs in anticipation of an Increase in hog prices. He has some animals to start with, and a few weeks' feeding should give good results. E. M. Sparks was cutting wood when I called on him last week at his place northeast of sexton. A new hen house is a decided Improvement to the place. Charlie Stuffllck of St. Benedict built himself a new wagon box. He was banging new corn into it at high speed when I found him out hi the middle of a field last week. Tom Crahan of Riverdale township induced me to pick corn with him for a while last Friday. Wherever I go the same question: "Did you bring a hook?" With Hans Wluff of Armstrong, I rode up to South Saint Paul one night last week in his stock truck. Going up, we had a load of 38 hogs, 10 sheep and a calf. On the return trip we carried 70 sheep. South Saint Paul !s full of unemployed men trying to get down into southern Minnesota and Iowa for corn husking. Farmers are paying only about two and one half or three cents a bushel for husking, but there seems to be plenty of men thankful for the opportunity to work, even for such low wages. McEnroe Brothers put their new two- row corn picker to good use last week when they cleaned up 80 acres of corn on their place east of Algona. Glen Zwiefel uses a machine to pick his corn, but he scoops it Into the crib by hand. No hand picking for him, Glenn says. Glenn farms out east of Algona on the old Highway No. 18. Kossuth farmers should be on the watch for the man who attacked Nick Thilges on his farm south of Whittemore last Saturday. A description will be found on the front page of this Issue. The north end of the county is busy these days with the sugar beet harvest in full swing, sugar beet raising may be found a profitable enterprise for all Kossuth farmers. We are studying the problems Involved and will give a detailed report In this paper In the near future. We welcome any discussion. Russell A. Nellis tells me that he can't go to bed on Thursday nights without first reading the Algona Upper Des Moines. Mr. Nellis farms and reads the Algona Upper Des Moines on his place northeast of Whittemore on highway number 18. Another compliment! Europe, unfortunately appears to be on the verge of another horrible war. Misunderstandings, greed for power and Jealousies, combined with strong rationalistic propaganda In all the nations Involved, has built up a tremendous friction, which may burst Into open flame at any time—even as in 1914. Let us resolve here and now that the United states shall not be drawn Into the whirlpool of destruction. We have our own problems to solve. Economic and moral recovery are our battles—a fair living for every American is our goal. We are suffering still from our last adventure with foreign friction. We want no more, more. Ten Leaders Meet In LuVerne Ten leaders met at the home of Mrs. Earl Neal of LuVerne township on SteBSdaj^^feBfeS^^^ meeting for the first lesson of the Home Management course and for community program planning. With the cooperation of the 4-H club It is the aim of the women's group to encourage the development of a series of worthwhile community programs for LuVerne and Sherman townships. Those present at the Thursday meeting were: Mrs. S. Phillips, Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mrs. Geo. Ehler, Mrs. R. Davidson, Mrs. R. Masterson, Mrs. Wm. Baddeley, Cora Mae Masterson, Benona Neal, Mrs. Earl Neal, hostess and the H. D. A. Lesson two, Home Sanitation and Home Safety for Iowa, will be held at the home of Mrs. Geo. Ehler on Thursday, November 16. * * * Grant Township Leaders Organize Eight Grant township leaders met at The Boston Store, Algona BAR6AINS ^ Now is the Time * Here ™ is the Place to Buy Your Blanket Liiv ed Jackets ^ ^ Blanket lined, corduroy collars, brass buttons Work Shirts the home of Mrs. Leonard Mino on Friday, October 13, for an all day meeting. The annual organization meeting was held and the first lesson on . House Cleaning studied; '" Mrs?«'A. v Junkerraeler was reelected township chairman and Mrs. Joe Mayne, publicity chairman. Local leaders appointed were: Mrs. Leonard Mino, Mrs. W. O. Brlggs, Mrs. Alfred Zielske, Mrs. Roy Mino, Mrs. Effie CurMs, and Mrs. Delbert Hunt. Completion of the organization will be made at the second training school on November 3 when the meeting will be held with Mrs. Alfred Zielske. Those present Friday were: Mrs. Delbert Hunt, Mrs. Roy Mino, Mrs. W. O. Briggs, Mrs. Alfred Zielske, Mrs. Florence Kelly, Miss Naomi Junkermel- er, Mrs. Effie Curtis, the hostess, Mrs. Leonard Mino and the H. D. A. Legion at Bancroft Plans Benefit Dance Bancroft: The American Legion has arranged for a benefit dance to be given the 25th of this month. The proceeds will be given to help build a Christmas fund for the needy of the town. Tiny Toe Teasers, a very good and prominent orchestra and well known here will furnish the music. Full 36 inches long, coat style, genuine Ideal Chambray—sanforized pre-shrunk. Made of fine quality blue and grey chambray. It fits and wears like a shirt should. IUIK. jxiaae or nne 69c Others at 39c and 75c • • The - • Boston Store Headquarter* for Bargains Algona, Iowa. Willis Green Is here visiting old friends. J. P. Cox drove to Waterloo Monday on business. J. H. Sheridan and son, James, drove to Mason City Saturday on business. Phillip Sheridan began work at the Schtroder bakery in Swea City last week. Mrs. Berens is holding a quilting party Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Mrs. M. L. Schiltz spent Sunday at the Albert Schiltz home near Bancroft. "Blaunderlng Billy," is being practiced by the juniors of the public high school. Teachers from both schools will attend teachers' Institute Thursday In Algona. Mrs. Albert Hunt of Swea City spent Sunday at the Roswell Hunt home In Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Richardson and son, Dickie, drove to Fairmont, Monday on business. G. S. Underkofler is assisting at the billiard parlor during the absence of George Merrill. Art Llndsey, Walter Williams and John Merrill were flshing at Washington Lake Saturday. F. J. Foley and family left Thursday forenoon for Burlington after a visit here with relatives. St. Johns ended their baseball season last week, playing with Burt and winning from them 10 to 1. The public school of Bancroft and the Seneca high school are taking a week off for corn husking. Butch Droessler and Raymond Wolf went to Swan Lake early Sunday morriing and shot eight ducks. Mr. Korrect, who is in the shoe repair business has moved In the second building across from the Ford garage. Dr. Weber and Harold Fohlman drove to Sioux City Saturday to attend the wedding of a friend of Dr. Weber. Albert Delterlng drove to Burlington Wednesday for three days. Miss Mattle winkel and Mrs. Rudy Babe accompanied him. Rosemary Murphy returned from Chicago Saturday where she spent two PIONEER IRV1NGTON LADY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY IN WEST Has Been a Subscriber to The Upper Des Moines for 66 Years Mrs. Robt. P. Wright, one of the pioneer ladles of old Irvlngton, celebrated her 86th birthday on September 21 with a family gathering at her home In Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Wright was a Wheelock and her husband was a son of Joseph Wright, who kept a tavern In stage coach days on the site of the present Herbst farm just south of Irvlngton. Both the Wrights and the Whleelocks wfere among the earliest settlers of Kossuth county and many of their descendants are still residents In this vicinity. The Wrights moved to the west perhaps thirty years ago, where Mr. Wright died some years ago. some one has been kind enough to send the Upper Des Moines the following account of the birthday party, in which many of the old Kossuth county friends of Mrs. Wright will be interested and who will be glad to extend congratulations. "Mrs. Robert P. Wright, a former resident of Algona, celebrated her 86th Wrthday at her home at 6125 N. E. Mallory Ave., Portland, Oregon, September 21, according to an established custom. An Informal tea was held at which her niece, Mrs. Gleam Dunton Rose poured, assisted by her two granddaughters, the Misses Edna and Elizabeth Luce. The guests Included Mrs. C. E. Wheelock, Lewis C. Dunton, Mrs. Gertrude Wright Luce, Miss Leila Dunton, Miss Ada Mathewson, Mrs. Mettle Johnson Manuel, Mrs. Marian Van Hook Strong, Mrs. Elizabeth Van Hook Vohs, Mrs. Mable Wheelock Odell, Mrs. Nina Dunton Elkins, Mrs. Gladys Dunton Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dunton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-win Dunton, Mrs. Forest E. Dunton, Mrs. P. W. Paulson and Mrs. Eunice Gill. Her sister Mrs. Rolla Bush was unable to attend. "Mrs. Wright was a charter member of the Algona Chapter of the Eastern Star. Mr. and Mrs. Wright and daughter Gertrude moved to Oregon in 1903. Mrs. Wright and her family have been continuous subscribers to the Upper Des Moines since 1868 and are still enjoying It." Improved Method of Picking Chickens Installed by Swift An improved method of picking chickens is being installed at the Algona plant of Swift & Company. According to Manager Matt Lamuth, chickens which are picked by this improved me- thpd wilt present a much cleaner And attractive appearance than those prepared by the'old hand-picked method. Tanks are being installed in which will be a melted paraffin composition. The chickens, after being killed, are hung head down on a moving chain. They go past the rougher, who removes all of the large wing and tall feathers, then they are dipped into ,he tank of paraffin and upon emerg- Jig from this are passed through sprays of cold water which hardnes the wax coating. The chicken is then dipped nto a tub of Ice water which makes the wax brittle, and the picker then proceeds to peel the wox off in sections. As the coating Is removed It takes with It all the feathers. Under the old method, after the chicken had passed the rougher all of ;he smll feathers were removed by hand, an exceedingly laborious and slow process. "This plan has been In use at a num- oer of our plants for some time," said Manager Lamuth. "it has proved highly successful, and we believe that Its installation here will increase our capacity quite measurably. The paraffin, after it has been used, Is remelted and about ninety percent of it is recovered, thus making It possible to use nore than once. We expect to have the system In operation within the next few days." Burt School Nine Ends a Successful Baseball Season Burt: The high school baseball team closed its fall season Friday with a game with the Lone Rock team. The score was Burt 9, Lone Rock 1. The Burt juniors have made an excellent season's record and deserve congratulations for their splendid work. Mabel Olson Honored Mnbel Olson, Aster of Dr. H. M. Olson, nnd a former employee of the state highway cilice here, was elected vice president of the freshman class at Drake University, Des Molnes, it was learned here this week. months visiting relatives and attending the World's Pair. Roy McGulre returned home from Chicago Saturday where he attended the World's Pah- and visited Miss Green formerly of Ledyard. George Merrill and Leo Bernhard returned this week from Park Rapids, where they were on a combined business and pleasure trip. Dr. Hoffman returned Friday from Cass Lake where he spent a week fishing. Dr. Scanlan and Harry Godden of Algona accompanied him. Mrs. A. B. Leslie left Sunday for two weeks visit at the Albert Hunt home near swea City and then to the Walter Leslie home In Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Mousel, son Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mousel and two sons attended a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard on Sunday evening. Mrs. schaller ana son Sylvester of Carroll have been visiting since last Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Segar and her nieces, Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Williams. Georgia Carmean Is driving to Iowa City Friday for the Iowa homecoming football game. Her brother, Evans, who is attending the school of pharmacy at Des Moines will accompany her. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy, Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy and sons, John and Edward, left Sunday for Hutchinson to attend the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy are also going to visit the Al Stromseth home at Atwater, Minn. Wayne Miller's team was struck by a Des Moines car Saturday on the paving north of Bancroft. Coming on the paving from the west, Wayne Miller stopped to let a cur from the south go by, but failed to see the one from the north and drove onto the pavement. The driver of the car was not able to stop and hit the horse, cutting a large gash on its side. It was taken to Dr. Howe where It was treated. The car was badly smashed but neither the driver of the car nor team were Injured. Mrs. Will Carney entertained the Birthday circle last. Thursday. Mrs. C. P. Whalen entertained the Fortnightly club Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hammerstrum entertained relatives from Sioux City Sunday. Dean Clapsaddle came up from Cedar Rapids Saturday to spend the week end at home. Miss Leona Llchter of Algona spent Saturday night at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. J. E. Reckart of Prescott, Wisconsin, is visiting at the home of his niece, Mrs. J. T. Heaney.' The Auxiliary ladles will sew at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Schenck on Wednesday of next wek. Dr. L. W. Fox and son of Algona called at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. McDonald of Algona spent Wednesday of last week here with her mother, Mrs. Aurllla Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of Tlton- ka called at the W. A. MaeArthur home on Thursday of last week. Mrs. C. L. Phelps entertained the Dorcas Sunday School class at her home on Friday of last week. "Muggs" Ackerman had the misfortune to have two fingers badly Injured in a corn picker recently. Dr. M. G. Bourne and Attorney Miller of Algona called at the Dr. W. T. Peters home one day last week. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon was at Council Bluffs this week where she attended a meeting of the Rebekah lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft and their children spent Sunday at Swea City at the home of Peter's parents. Miss Oriole Brooke is) serving as primary assistant during this month. Florence Stow served last month. Mrs. W. A. MaeArthur, Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs. W. T. Peters drove to Des Moines on Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Crouch and little daughter of Algona were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden. Morris Coffin left on Wednesday of last week to join the Deforestation corps and was sent to Fort Snelling, Minn. Mrs. Jess Valentine returned to her home last Friday after having recovered from her operation enough to stand the trip home. Mrs. Will Ringsdorf and Mrs. B. L. Phelps attended the poultry program at Swea City last Friday. A program was given and a dinner served. Mrs. C. C. Smith went to Eldora last week to visit Mrs. Doris Brown. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Brown are spending ,ijj}« week In Qhlqagp atithe lair* Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl and their two daughters, Mrs. F. J. Mann and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance spent last week in Nebraska visiting relatives of Mrs. Stahl. A reception was held at the M. E. church Tuesday nipht in honor of Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. A good time was enjoyed by all. A nice lunch was served. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and Mrs. G. L. Caroll will entertain the missionary society at the former's home Saturday. Mrs. C. S. Coffin will have charge of the program. Rev. S. H. Aten, Misses Irene Aten, Ella Woltz, Pearl Woltz, Elizabeth Rash, Elmore Elston and Frank Aten attended a Christian Endeavor rally at LuVerne Friday and Saturday. Miss Margaret Moore of Cedar Rapids spent the week end here with Miss Lura Bewick. Dean Clapsaddle, who spent the week end here returned to Cedar Rapids with Miss Moore. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmlth and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gillesple hi Algona. The dinner was in honor of their little daughter, Marlene's first birthday. The Woman's club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. F. L. Ryerson with Mrs. R. H. Thompson assisting. Mrs. J. W. Dorrance gave a reading and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer gave a book review. The members of the Burt Senior class went to Algona last Thursday and had their picture taken. The class had a picnic dinner and attended a matinee while waiting for their proofs to be finished. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guide and their daughter and Collette welp of Bancroft were dinner guests of C. C. Smith at the Marvin hotel Sunday. They also attended the show at Algona In the afternoon. Mrs. P. P. Krlethe and Eugenia, also Mrs. Al Stahle and Mrs. H. O. Buell drove to Des Moines Saturday where they spent the day. They were accompanied by Mrs. Muncle who has been at the F. E. Rubey home for several weeks. Mrs. Muncle will spend some time in Des Moines before going to her home at Creston. TITONKA NEWS J. F. Fisher was in Algona Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Le e O. Wolfe were Algona callers Thursday. Miss Hazel and Edith Budlong returned to Hampton Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Petersen and daughter, Maxlne were Algona callers Saturday. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schutjer Tuesday afternoon. Sidney Wood returned from his vacation In the northern part of Minn, Friday. Del Mahan of Algona was a business caller here Thursday and looking up old friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven and son, Dayle, were business callers at Bwen City Saturday night. Stephen DeVrles 1 parents from Nebraska arrived Saturday to spend a few days visiting with him and his family. Ardith Nauman, Robert Wood, Lois Helfner and Johnnie Cosgrove attended the show at Algona Sunday evening. Howard French, W. J. Denton, Lee O. Wolfe and M. S. Craven spent Friday night fishing at Washington Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mayfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson attended the walkathon at Mason City Thursday evening. Hurlene Craven had the misfortune of falling down the basement steps one day last week. Luckily she suffered no serious injuries. The funeral of William Baade, young farmer south of town was held Saturday at the Lutheran church. He passed away from Blights' disease. Phyllis Falk, young daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jehn Falk, stepped on a rusty nail Friday. A trip was made to Algona after tetanus antitoxin for her. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire drove to Newton to spend the week end with Mr. Dunmire's folks. Allene Johnson accompanied them as far as Des Moines. Ray Bonacker made a trip to Mason City Saturday to bring his wife home from the hospital where she had some teeth extracted and an operation performed on her Jaw bone. Martin Blelch and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck accompanied by Mrs. Blanchard of Burt, were Mason City visitors Thursday, while Martin and Horace attended the State Brand Creameries meeting the ladles did some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erickson (parents), Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson, (brother and wife), all of Rodman, Mrs. Leland Brown of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, (sister) spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and children. / Miss Mercedes Sartor arrived home the first part of the week to spend a part of her vacation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, she wttl also visit a few days with her staler, Magdalene, a teacher at Magnolia. Mercedes is a graduate nurse of Cook County hospital and has been doing public welfare work In Chicago sine* her graduation. Mrs. J. J. BudTong, 8r. was operated on Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital at Algona and 21 gall stones were removed. Tiie operation was performed under a local anesthesia due to Mrs. Budlong's advanced age and her heart action. It is reported that her condition is very favorable. Her daughters, Edith nnd Hazel, who are employed at Hampton narrowly averted what might have been a serious smash up as they were on their way to the bedside of their mother. SPECIALS Chocolate Marsh- 1C. mallow cooMes, per lb... UC. Peanut Brittle 9C- 2 pounds *«it/l» Triple Hoarhound C., Stick candy, 5 sticks .... wV, Chocolate Drops, Vanilla, per lb ......... Wheat Cereal per pkg 1C_ itlv Cocoa, Council OO- Oak, 2 pound can ...... £tw\» Superb Oats 1 0 l/ r 65 ounce pkg ........ 1J/2I/ Peaberry Coffee! "7 1/ « ner round ........... ** /*> ** per pound Country Sorghum, AA p Council Oak pure, 5 lb. paiTlTtV Superb Syrup golden amber 10 lb. pall < Buckwheat Flour First Prize N. Y., B lb. ba{ Mouse Traps, 2 for Smoked Meat Specials Wide Bacon 10 I/ r per pound lfc/ZL Smoked Picnics H I 10 lb. average, per lb. .. Honey 4 cakes mO»mSBS»mC82BJm8»ttQ2»iCea^^ D C ance v.ares Enjoy Our Dining Boom After the Show—or as the center of your evening entertainment. NO COVER CHARGE Threshers and Corn Shelters LIENS For Sale. Meets the requirements of the new law. Call or Phone The Algona Upper Des Moines Lunches—Refreshments—Beer. If you are planning a party, let us help you. The Algona Hotel 380MX03Xa&^^ xjpwyw^^ i? I Our Supply of Coal Is Large When Cold Weather Comes-Be Prepared Dry Bundled Kindling 25c a bundle. 4 bundles delivered for a dollar. For Prompt Delivery Call 229. F. S. Norton & Son

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