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The Algona Upper Deft Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Hw. 11,iftjft F.B. MEETING, GEORGE SUMS Independence Twp. Group Met Nov. 3; Next Session on Dec. 3rd Fenton: The follow-up meeting of the Farm Bureau woman's club of Independence township, Palo Alto county, met at the George Seims home, Wednesday, Nov. 3. The two ladies who were chosen by this district to give the lesson were Mrs. Melvln Mansager and Mrs. Derwood Kern. Attending were Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Mrs. George Bolte, Mrs. George Mlenke, Mrs. Kate Hantelman. Mrs. R. Laabs, Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs. Carl Kern and Mrs. George Selms. The next meeting will be held on Friday, Dec. 3rd with the Everett Dreyers. Ed Schlei is confined to his bed with the flu. Mrs. A. R. Willrett spent Friday at the F. J. Weisbrods near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager and children visited the Harvey Higleys Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede are visiting Mrs. Wrede's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe were entertained at dinner at the Mrs. Elsie Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughter, Alvina visited Emil Dreyer who baa not been well of late. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern and their children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wetsbtod. Maynawf Burwash of Iowa Slate College spent th* week end with Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Burwash. Mr. and Mrs"." Alfred Meyers, Joan and Dickie were Sunday dinner guests at the Andrew Hansons, Tl- tonka. Florls Gibbons spent the week end with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson in Algona. Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs. Arthur Mueller and 'Albert Wolfgram spent Monday at the Harvey Higley home near Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern and son Jerry Lee, spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Dean Nellis home in Renwick. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children. Phyllis and Roger, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander attended the funeral of Mr. Wander's cousin's wife, Mrs. George Wohlheter at Zearing, Iowa, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGovern and children of Whittemore visited at the parental Walter Weisbrod home Friday and at the Robert Harrisons on Friday. Lorena Dreyer accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause and two sons to Marshall, Minn., Sunday, where they visited at the Fred Bailey home. Mr and Mrs. Earl Osborn entertained Mr. and Mrs. Gus Twait of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larsen and family of Emmetsburg, at dinner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Josten and daughter, Marcelle of Klerame visited at the Ed Weisbrod and Ed Schlei homes, Saturday. Mrs. Josten Is a sister of Mrs. Weisbrod and Mrs. Schlei. YOtJE TEIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOV. 12 13 ARE WE SMART ? We supply the mutton so that Eastern States can eat a« high an 14 Ibs. per capita per year. The following low pricw on delicious, nutritions mutton snggeot we eat more than H4 Urn. per capita here in the middle west When we start eating more mutton our farmer* will get better price, for what they •hip east. MUTTON FOR STEW pound 5c MUTTON SHOULDER ROAST ..pound lOc MUTTON CHOPS pound 12c LEG O' MUTTON ROAST ^.pound 15c HAM ROAST For tide sale a fresh ham roast at lie per In. At 19c per Ib. z,-a < B£isss3i& < ««a!r rt "^5s:v HAM TO FRY To eat with your breakfast rake* -we Mi K K«|t a »»«> »« fresh ham either fried or broiled. A center cut of Mi«-d hum at 19c Ib. HAM SHANK A nice meaty luun shank at 15c per pound. NothinR nicer for bean soup or boiled vegetable*. AUNT DINAH From now on Uii» well known brand of molanw* will be in popular demand for gingerbread, cakeo, cookie*, pie* and pud- dlnKS. Better buy one or more No. 2Vi cans at our very opecial price of 14c per can. MORNINGiLIGHT CORN The Morning Light Brand IN your assurance of excellent quality. Many will decide to buy a good hupply of this com at our week-end price, of 2 No. SOS cans for ISo. HOLLAND HERRING A fre*h Khipment of Renuine, full fat, Holland Herring. For till* hale ue price the »-ll>. keg* of Milrliner Herring at 8Kc- : the .Mixed Herring at 7Hc |M-r keg. SWEDISH RYE Many kinds of bread are (.old UK Sweditih Uyc. Couiu-il OaJk "Swedish Rye" in baked by the cxiirt formula ah UH«| by u large bakery in Stockholm, Sweden. Try a loat <>! Uiih excellent bread. COUNCIL OAK CATSUP Vou like nataup in no many ways. For fcaladM and cocktail*; u» a garnish for uteaks, roa»U mill baked Ix-aim, Hr. You can use »everal big ll-oz. liotlli-s .it our special price of lOc. NEWSBOY COOKIES Our cooky biiorial for thin Mile is a prime favorite with Out yoimg»teri«. Topped with luU> of marbliniiUlowi, and a sprinkling of cocoaJiiit. A U-lb. bag for only 27c. MACARONI & SPAGHETTI No better "Budget Balancer" than our quality Macaroni and Spaghetti packed in cellophane. Afford* such a wide range of delicious and ccuiioiiucal dibhe*. I'riK-d for this sale at 2-lb*. for loc. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE This quality blend sold only in the whole berry. We grind HU you can make collee by your favorite method without wa»te. The price is 2?c per Ib. or H-Ibb. for 7bc. ICxthange the empty bag* for fancy chiiiawarc. BOUBLE DIP MATCHES A regular "Sure Fire" quality match. Fur this hale we price Ihefctt dependable match™ at 3 boxf* for lUc. HASKIN'S SOAP SPECIALS HuKkiu'K HuJd Water Castile ii> an excellent toilet and bath soap to m»e in hard water, for Saturday a special price of 4c per c-oke. Bluv Barrel fcUok-iie at Uie original 1-lb. cake priced at 2 cake* for ISc. fo&cvaoKtoxg^^ UNHAPPY ABOUT U. & TRIP, BUT HERE 8UR- rounded by smiling workmen, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, who are now visiting Germany on their study of housing conditions, pose for their picture as they visit the Krupp ammunition factory. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Alfred Erdmanns Host* Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdmann entertained 20 guests Thursday night at bridge which was played nt five tables. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer won the high score prize and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig the second high family prize. Mrs. Julius Studer won the door prize. D. of A. Party At the D. of A. party Wednesday night Miss Lucille EisenbacHer and C. W. Goslln won high score prizes in bridge and Leo Waldschmidt and Mrs. Ed Hildman high score prizes in five hundred with A. L. Kleinpeter receiving the door prize. The group enjoyed a good patronage and after lunch a large number" pf the attendants remained for several hours of dancing. Banns of Marriage Banns for the approaching marriage of Miss Mildred Hildman and Reece Martin were made public for the first time Sunday at the St. Joseph's Catholic church. Goes Under Knife Mrs. Albert Reno submitted to an operation of a major nature on Monday morning at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, having gone there Thursday for treatments. Wesley's restaurant women have been having n rather "hard row to hoe" recently since she is the third n that business to be confined in a hospital the past week. . Mrs. Wallace Benton returned home on Wednesday and is under daily nurse' and doctor care, having been in the Kossuth hospital. At present, Miss Muriel Long is at the Kossuth hospital recovering from a major operation. Clifford Carlson son of the Herman Carlsons, has oeen critically ill the past week. The L. L. Lease family were entertained Sunday for dinner at the Theo. L. Larson home in Algona. Miss Erma Ward, teacher in the HMfd «<MiM>lij*aMd •rtwr •. j»p«it tfe*. week end he-a iHth-lier parenbr, the Clarence Wards. Many from Wesley attended the annual carnival dance sponsored by the American Legion and Auxiliary at Britt one night last week. Mr. anil Mrs. George Hatnelcl of j j .>ck, Michigan, stepped off here briefly Monday af»crnr,on to visit at the home of her cousin, Andy Layman. Miss Martha Haynes of Mason City, the Misses Irene a 1 .... Arlene Haynes of Algona were over the week end visitors in their parental home here. At the conservation league trap shoot Sunday, awards were given In the line of poultry, many bringing home trophies won during the day's fun and frolic. Mrs. K. R. Richardson is spending the fore part of this week at her home in Blooming Prairie, Minn., visiting her parents, expecting to return • homo Wednesday night Mrs. George Aldrlch entertained her afternoon bridge club Friday evening with Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer receiving high snore prize, Mrs. Leo Bleich, second high an3 Mrs. Bauer, the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lura and three daughters, Eileen, Florence and Bonnie Lou of Roland were Sunday guests at the Sam Alne home. Mr. Alne for the past several weeka has been emploveJ near Story City. Mrs. Leo Reno cf Ledyard Is here assisting with the many duties at the Reno Hotel and cafe during the illness of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Albert Reno. The two chi'd- ren, Carol and EddiB. are with her mother, Mrs. Albert Reno. Mr. and Mrs. George Hengle of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. In the afternoon the two couples attended the funeral of Mr. Miner at Algona which was held at the Baptist church. The November meeting of the newly organized Parent-Teachers association will be held Monday night Nov. 15th at the Kleinpetcr hall.. The officers have held a meeting this past week and are working on additional committees. Miss Mae Sherman who is employed at the capitol building in St. Paul spent 'ast week here enjoying n week's vacation. Her father C. J. Sherman has not been in the best of health recently, and has been confined to his hintR quite closely. Miss Matilda Eye, home economics teacher here last year, .but wiio!taM now * «imilor position at Buffalo Center, thf« year, spent the week end here with her teacher friend, Miss Agnes Boyer. Miss Eye had been in Des Moines where she attended the state teachers' convention. Mrs. Peter Larson nnd her three sons of Clarion and the Henry Funnemark family of north of town were entertained Sunday at the home of the Lester Larsons. The occasion was in celebration of the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Funnemark, who both have birthdays this week. 4 Corners Club Meeting Today Four Corners: the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet this afternoon, Friday, WK.» Mrs. Rena Cruikshank. Algona, instead of with Mrs. Evelyn McNeil, yesterday afternoon as uthedul'-d in the yearly club books. The change is made because of Armistice Day. Surprise Ed Rich Relatives surprised Edward Rich on his birthday last Sunday bringing picnic dinner. Guests were the Arch Walker and Orvilc Holdren families, Mrs. Edith Rich and Earl of Algona, Mr and Mrs. Phil Baker, Hi Cioud. Minn . and George Kich. family were entertained Rose Heftys, Renwick, at Mrs Sunday. Clarence Hefty, who was injured in the school bus crash in Mason City is now able to be in school, Ithough he still carries his arm in a sling. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and Hand II'"..'i-1,4 r« .\'oble Mitchell who suffered a IJimiful accident last week when he got his hand caught in a corn picker, reports the injured member healing very slowly as there is some drairrige now. The Louis Lowrnans, Jr., spent Hun'Jay with the Kern Huling family, Britt. Mrs Lowrnan and Mrs Hulnig are sisters. The John Sabins .spent Sunday with the Clarence Schendles of Buffalo Center. Mrs ijchendle is sister of Mr. Sabin. Tlie Earl Robinsons, Spirit Lake and the K. 13. Sands family of Spencer were .Sunday guests at the C. N. Hobinson home. BURTPREACHING fflSSIONTOOPEN Week of Services Are Planned Beginning on Sunday Burl: The second annual preaching mission will be held at the Methodist church next week. On Sunday morning communion will be administered as a part of the 200th anniversary celebration of the first Methodist communion. On Sunday evening the Rev. F. E. Burgess, Algona, will preach; Monday evening, the Rev. H. E. Nelson, Lu Verne; Tuesday, the Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope, and on Wednesday the Rev. W. G. Miihle- man, district superintendent, will preach. After the Wednesday service, the Rev. Muhlernan will conduct the first quarterly conference. Thursday evening, the Rev. Arthur Bottom, Wesley, and Friday evening, the Rev. J. M. Doms will speak. Mrs. Lillian Sigler will have charge of the music. Post-Nnptial Shower A post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Verne Shipler, nee Ella Woltz, who was married about a month ago, was given Tuesday afternoon at the A. C. Bernhard home. .Hostesses were Marion Bernhard, Mrs.. H. A. Salisbury. Mrs t>. H. Schenck, and Helen Schwletert About 35 guests were Invited. Fair Crowd at Play A fair crowd attended the missionary play, "Unto the Least of These", presented at the Methodist church by the Woman's Home Missionary society Sunday evening. Erna Baars sang a solo. Return from Funeral Clifford Holding went to El Paso, 111., Sunday to get the furniture of Mrs. Agnes Harries, who died a week or two ago, and her daughters, Mrs. E. E. Paine and Mrs. Jim Wadsworth, who went to El Paso, to attend her funeral. They returned Tuesday. Eileen Wiltse. Blue Earth, Minn., lr. the new assistant at the Stow cafe. The Art Fandels spent Sunday at the Thomes Miller home in Armstrong. Rowena Lovstad. Kensington. Minn., spent Saturday night with Ruth Olson. Ann Barrlckman, Algona, spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Helen Peters. The Carson Johnson family moved into the Mrs. Lucinda Brlggs house Monday. Louise and Emma Thaves, Lakota, were Sunday visitors at the J. G. Thaves home. Mrs. R. A. Bleich spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. John Falk, Sr., at Titonka. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson. Marcus, spent Sunday night at the D. T. Hobaon home. Mr. and Mrt. Fr«d TbicB, Baa- croft, ware Sunday guettt at the L. E. RoeUnan home. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick visited their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Pocahontas, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson spent Sunday with Mr. Sorenscn's brother at Worthington, Minn. The G. H. Mullens spent Sunday at the home of Mr. McMuilen's sister, Mrs. C. H. Peterson, at Paton. Charles Hanna returned Sunday from Nora Springs, where he had been working for several weeks. The Methodist Ladies' Aid society vill serve lunch at the George L. Gray farm sale next Thursday, Nov. 18. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms were dinner guests Monday evening at the Rev. Frerking home in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent BANCROFT NEWS 980699% Ex-Re*ldento Lose Girl News was received Wednesday of death of Dorothy Grames, 12 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grames of St Paul. Dorothy has been ill for about six months. The funeral was held in St Paul and burial was made In Owatonna. The Grames family formerly lived In Bancroft. Legion Auxiliary Meets The members of the American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting at the home of Mrs. C. M. Baker on Thursday evening. After the business meeting, bridge was played by the 20 members who attended. Mrs. Joe Fox won high score, Mrs. Ben Lampe won the cut prize and Mary Sheridan won the lucky prize. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Baker and Theresa Stelpflug. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark attended homecoming at Iowa City Saturday The members of the C. O. F. held a business and social meeting at the Forester hall Thursday night Mrs. Ida Adolphson was a week end guest at the Rossman home In Renwick, returning home on Sunday. Mrs. Albert Cutler and Mrs. Thos. Larsen entertained the mission circle Friday afternoon at the former's home. Mrs. Anna Horton went to Burt Tuesday to stay at the Wm. Stahl home for the winter. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stahl are in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rossman and their son, Relne, Mrs. Alice Anderson, Anna Olson, Mrs. Ida Adolphson and Ruth were dinner guests of Esther and Emma Adolphson Sunday. Mrs. John Bernhard entertained her bridge club, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Saunders won the high score, Mrs. Johanna Vaske, second, and Mrs. M. J. Dyer won the travel prize. A delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and two sons of Ames came Saturday to spend this week visiting at the H. J. Deiterlng and J. H. Sheridan homes. Marina Deitering, Mrs. Sheridan's sister, who spent the past week with them at Ames, also returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood and Janice Ann were Sunday visitors at the McMahon home in Algona, Mrs. Wood's parents. FENTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs Clarence N^enz en- turtained Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weis- o'l and baby daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefvl arid children at dinner. Sunday. Mrs A H. Willrett and daughter, Lorraine, visited with Mrs. George Patterson, Seneca, Sunday. Mro. Patterson was injured in an mlo accident on Nov. 3rd and U> stilt in a critical condition. Clifford and Ervin Blighton of Eniraetsfaurg spent from Thursday to Sunday at the Clarence Arbogast home. Mi and Mrs Arbogast took them home Sunday afternoon and visited at the Charles Blighton home. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz entertained their bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. R A. Goetsch and Raymond Stoeber won the high prices and Alvin Zumach won the low. Mr. and Mrs. Weber Yager played for absent members. Mr. and Mrs Jake Zwicfcl and hildren, Marjorie and Eldon and Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Nelson and amily attended a family get to- ether at the parental Anton Nelson lome in Ringsted, Sunday. The oc- •aaion was in honor of Mr. Brown's >irthday anniversary. Mr. a.id Mrs. Charles Fling of >dar Rapius visited from Saturday o Sunday at the Joe Madden home. Mra. Fling is Mrs. Madden's aunt. Mrs. Ida Kohl, who has been stay- ng at the Madden home accompanied the Flings home where she will make an indefinite vii'it. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Wohlheter of Watcrtown, S. L)., and Mrs. Lottie Elliott cf Marshall, Minn., were 12 o'clock dinner guests, Thursday at the Philip Wander home. They were on their way home from Zearing, Iowa, where they also attended the funeral of a relative. Mesdames William Stoeber, John Newel, V. J. Tatum, Hans Wilberg and Frank Weisbrod, the latter two of Kingsted, and Mrs. Kate Newel of Hartley assisted Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod in quilting Wednesday. On Thursday afternoon Mesdames E J. Frank, Charles Newel, A. J Krause and J. T. Snyder of Alia quilted and on Friday Mrs. Herman Lireyer and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Marvin and Esther Leudtke en tertained Saturday evening in hon or of their brother, Ervin's 18th birthday anniversary. Bunco was played at five tables with high honors going to Gale Leek of Lotts Creek and consolation to R*ober Volleler. Various games formec the evening's entertainment. There were 34 present, and the honorec guest received numerous gifts. Sunday with Mr. Heaney's parents, lunch was served late in the eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller and daughter. Deloris spent the week end at Cedar Falls visiting their daughter. Viola, a student at the State Teachers' College. Mr. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heaney at Klester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steward and son and Mrs. Mary Steward spent Sunday at the Everett Steward tome in St. Ansger. Mrs. Paul Macauley and Marie irover attended a meeting of the telping Hand society at Algcna ast Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and amily and Edward Mawdsley, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at he Dr. R. H. Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. L. Widdel, Paul and Reuben, Readlyn, spent Sunday at the Rev. L. Richmann home. Mrs Widdel is Rev. Richmann's sister Phyllis McBride returned from Whittemore, Sunday, where she had visited since Wednesday at thi home of her aunt, Mrs. R. A. Bart lett. C. B. Huffman has been picking corn at Williams. Mrs. Huffman and the girla were Sunday dinne guests at the Rev. G. H. Wesse home. Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher am daughter, Boaz, Wis., visited from Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. Her tha Koestler. Mr. Fisher is be brother. The R. E. Kautzkys and Ann Meinzer, Fort Dodge, and Mr. an Mrs. A. H. Meinzer were Sunda dinner guests at the home of Mrs L. D. Hodgson. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich too Mr. Bleich's mother back to Ne Richland, Minn., Saturday. "Grand ma" Bleich. who is 94 years old, ba spent a few weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Rosa Ringsdorf an son, Royce, Mapleton, Minn., spen Sunday with Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were also dinner guests there. The Roy Andersons, who came here recently from Newman Grove, Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method In treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes In my office once a week. You are welcome to come In tar an examination without duuvM. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf READY FOR DRIVE-IN SERVICE Blow your horn! We'll do the rest! Why fuss around in cold, wind or snow—DRIVE-IN. At Greenberg's Kossuth 9 s Finest Auto Supply Store Heaters - Fans Defrosters General & Gillette Mud & Snow Tires Auto. Truck. Tractor Tire Chains Auto Glass Window Glass A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE! YOU GET THE BEST FOR LESS! DELCO BATTERIES All sizes for all makes, models. $2 allowed on your old Battery. JUST ARRIVED A new, fresh supply A1POHOL PRESTONE & EASY SHIFT Thousands of Different Part* and Accessories at Our Store Every Day BUY FROM US AND SAVE! Greenberg Auto Supply Algona, Iowa FIX UP YOUR HOME FOR FALL Now is the time for tour of inspection of your home. Before the winter season rolb around give every detail of construction and decoration a thorough examination. It may be that a small sum spent now will save you many dollars in avoidable repair bills. Call us for estimates on any repair work. attended Dud's Day uctivties. including the banquet at noon and the South L><ikota-lowa State Teachers game in the ttfternocn. Sunday they iiUcndud church service* in Waterloo and were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mm. l.loyd Mastera of Waterloo. Mra Masters is a cousin of Mr. Musllcr. Virginia Frank accompanied them to Ccdur Kails for a visit with friunda. Last week Mrs. Hose Schryver sold her home on main str.-et to C. V. Schroder. Neb., and have been staying at the George Gray home, are to move into the J. W. Dorrance tenant house and Mr. Anderson will work for Mr. Dorrance. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstad and Mr. Lovstad's sister, Rowena, of Kensington, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. James Christiansen and Clifford Krantz, Titonka. were Sunday supper guests at the George Koeatler home. Hat-mond Koestler, who is a teacher at Spencer, was home for the week end. ALL KINDS OP WINTER SUPPLIES Protect It I Zonolite Insulation Save on your fuel bill by insulating your home with Zonolite. It pays for itself over a short period of time. Maintains a uniform temperature in severest winter. Also makes your home cool and pleasant in heat of summer. Weather stripping doors and windows also helps to keep the cold out. Storm Sash • Keep the heat indoors with storm doors and windows. Don't be annoyed by drafts when we can equip your home at a reasonable price. Our millworks-shop is also equipped to make all kinds of cupboards and cabinet work. Botsford Peerless Coal If you have never tried this coal, you owe it to yourself to do so. Ask any one of our customers. They like it. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool

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