Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on October 24, 1935 · Page 8
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Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa · Page 8

Lenox, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1935
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA ! pigs, cholera immune, at farmers prices Walter England, 5 mi. ,N.E. of Clearfleld. 4-3p RATE—lOc per line for first insertion; 5c per line each insertion thereafter. Display classified, 25c per inch. For Sale APPLES—Handpicked, sprayed, FOR SALE—Some good thor- Grimes Golden, Jonathan and oughbred Hampshire male all other varieties, 50c to $1 per bu. 10 miles south Lenox, Fred Weller. 3-2p FOR SALE — Large laundered flour sacks, lOc. Lenox Bakery. 4-1 $1.79 $2-79 BLANKETS, pair . cotton, 70 x 80 BLANKETS, pair part wool, 70 x 80 HOSIERY, paii- ladies pure thread silk GOWNS, ladies outing flannel SWEATERS, for boys and girls SHIRTS, plain & fancy patterns for boys HOSE, pair children's ribbed HUSKING GLOVES & MITTENS 10 oz. wgt. -| ij^ pair; $1.79 doz. 39c 59c 49c 49c 15c 12 oz. wgt. CHORE GLOVES, pair GLOVES, pair, leather faced, tipped fingers 19c pair; $ 1' 95 doz< 15c 25c E SURE TO E HERE SATURDAY OR EFORE SATURDAY I. G. A. PANCAKE FLOUR not a S l /2 Ib. sack but pound sack CORNMEAL, fresh, white, ~t H^ 51b.,sack lit, GRAHAM FLOUR 5 lb. sack LUX TOILET SOAP, 4 bars _ CRYSTAL WHITE SYRUP,, ., 51b MAHSHMALLOWS I.G.A., 1 Ib. cello, bag _. Free Hallowe'en Mask with each pound 19c Extra Special HOT COFFEE SATURDAY That Delicious BLUE G COFFEE One Pound Two Pounds FREE sure bloom two-bulb Narcissus in modernistic flower box, with the purchase of two | pounds of Blue-G .Coffee. J1 * AC I 1 can 18K Pumpkin, lOc 1 pkg. Pumpkin Pie Spice Combination Offer 15c SODA CRACKERS, 2 Ib. 1 O box __________ JLOt/ NAVY, 5 Ibs. BEANS CORN, good quality 2 No. 2 cans-. SUGAR, 10 Ibs. _. 55c Matches 6 Boxes 21c THOSE GOOD OLD BROWN HUSKING GLOVES AND MITTS ARE HERE COTTON BATTS 15c HOSE Ladies Cotton pair 15c Men's Blanketlined JACKETS $1.79 Your I. G. A. Store Vogel & Wood Mere. Co. Lenox, Iowa FOR SALE—Jersey cow. Fresh soon. E. E. Reynolds. 4-1 FOR SALE—Sorghum, 65c gil. 8 mi. southwest Lenox, "oe Fudge, Gravity, R. 2. 3--3p APPLES—All choice winter varieties, 75c to $1 per basket. Four miles south of No. 34 on No. 25. Phone through } mt or Lenox. W. F. Tripp. !-tf FOR SALE—Iris bulbs and i ilip bulbs, 2 c each or $1.50 hundred. Furnished rooms for rent. G. A. Bryant, phone 140-M 2-tf FOR SALE—Pure bred spotted Poland China spring boars, '.mmune. Cecil Wilson. 1-tf FOR SALE—1 wagon complete; Nancy Hall Sweet Potatoes, $1 bu. Ralph Reynolds, Phone 8-M l-3p FOR SALE—Hand picked pears, orchard run, 65c. Edwin Butler and Bruining Nursery. 53-3p Wanted WANTED—3, 4 furnished light- housekeeping rooms for family of 4 for winter. Inq. tills office. For Rent FOR RENT—6 room house west part town. C. J. Trost. 4-lp FOR RENT—3 modern rooms, hot water heat. Beds have inner spring mattresses. Phone 75J. 4-lp FOR- RENT—54 acre farm, half mile west Gravity. Inquire Mrs. C. C. Mills. 4-1 FOR RENT—120 acre farm west of Lenox, known as the O'Brien place. For terms write W. H. O'Brien, 3021 Highland Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 4-3 Lost and Found LOST — Package of papers including abstract. J. J. Walter, Lenox. Reward. 4-2p Legal NOTICE of the Time and Place for Appraisement for Inheritance Tax Purposes In the District Court of the State of Iowa in and for Taylor County. In the matter of the Estate of E. E. Rhodenbaugh, Deceased. Probate No. 4040. Notice of the Time and Place of Appraisement. To Leo J. Wegman, Treasurer of the State of Iowa, and to Sarah A. Moeller, otherwise known as Mrs. Sarah Moeller; Jacob H. Rhodenbaugh, otherwise known as Jake Rhodenbaugh; Margaret C. Bremer, otherwise known as Mrs. Margaret Bremer; Mrs. Christena H. Walters, otherwise known as Mrs. Cris Walters; Gertrude Rhodenbaugh Yager, otherwise inown as Mrs. Gertrude Yager; Mrs. Goldie Stephens; Glen Runyan; Margaret Wilhelm; 'anet Neidig, Administratrix of he Estate of Margaret Wilhelm, otherwise known as Janet feidy, Administratrix of the Estate of Margaret Wilhelm; ,nd Janet Neidig, otherwise mown as Janet Neidy; Presby- erian -Church, Lenox, Iowa; United Presbyterian Church, enox Iowa; Methodist Episcopal Church, Lenox, Iowa; Chrisian Church, Lenox, Iowa; Alma B. Rogers; Mrs. Mabel Jen- tuns; E. E. Reynolds, Ben Wur- ter and James R. Locke, Spec- al Administrator of the Estate of E. E. Rhodenbaugh, deceased. You and each of you are here- notified that the undersign- ed, the duly appointed and qualified appraisers for said county of property charged or sought to be charged with the payment of an Inheritance Tax, will at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 7th day of November, 1935, at Lhe Court House in Bedford, Iowa, in the County of Taylor, State of Iowa, proceed to appraise the real and personal property of the Estate of the said decedent subject to an Inheritance Tux in the form and manner provided by law. You are further notified that you may appear at said time and place nnd be heard as to the appraisement of said property or any portion thereof. Therefore, take "notice of this proceeding and govern yourselves accordingly. Dated this 24th day of October, 1935. RICHARD CAMPBELL, M. A. SAWYER, W. H. PAIGE, Inheritance Tax Appraisers. 4-2 Salem Affairs Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moser and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wray and son Roland Dale were dinner guests Sunday at the Melvin Casey home near Kent. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Caskey and son Paul and Mrs. Hermle Caskey, all of Omaha and Miss Velda Wray were dinner guests Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Riley and Miss Leatha. Rev. Caskey was called here on business. Chas. Moser and Leo Wray lost three dairy cows, smothered by a falling haystack, Sunday morning. Miss Leatha Riley and Carl and Donald Bovaird were dinner guests Sunday at the Robert Riley home. The event was in honor of Elwin Riley's- birthday. Mrs. M. Anna Hamilton and sons Lyn and Lowell were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mac Saunders of Lenox. Paul Casky of Omaha was a guest of Leonard Morris Friday night and Saturday. Will Riley received word last Tuesday of the arrival of a new grandson, Harlan Wayne, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Riley of south east Lenox vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Wray Walter, Mrs. Gerald Rogers of Mercer Center were shopping in Creston Friday afternoon. Miss Velda Wray was a guest of Rena Neiherdt, Friday evening. A P.T.A. program was held last Friday evening at Pleasant Ridge school house. A debate was held on the question of "Whether a radio or telephone is more important". Pie, sandwiches and coffee were served. Mrs. Sarah Patton, who has been visiting for the past two months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arlo Richard, left last Friday for Peoria, 111., where she will visit until the last of the month. She will then return to her home in Fresno, Calif. You Get a Better TRACTOR FOR LESS MONEY in the Allis- Chalmers LENOX MOTOR CO. Allis Chalmers tractors, Plymouth Automobiles WN E O PRUNES, 25 Ib. box SEEDLESS RAISINS, Choice, 25 Ib. box CHOICE APRICOTS, 2 Ib PEACHES, 2 Ibs. DRIED FRUIT SALE 99c $1.37 35c 29c 20c 9c 19c 15c lie PANCAKE FLOUR, 4 Ib. bag POWDERED SUGAR, 1 Ib. package BLUE & WHITE COCOA, 2 Ib. can VANILLA WAFERS, pound GINGER SNAPS, pound 0. L. DAVIS Save on quality aotls today and every day by trailing at the United Food Market. Here you will find real bargains and real service. SUGAR, 10 Ibs. __ In Our Grocery Section OFFEE Sweet drink-0 ing Santos 0 THIS WEEK 53c 16c OORNMEAL, 5 Ibs MATCHES, Headlight, 3 boxes 1000 SHEET TISSUE, 4 rolls lOc 19c K. C. BAKING POWDER, 25c size KELLOGG'S WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES & pkg. PEP, both for __ CANDY BARS, Chase's 5c size 5 for LYE, Lewis, 3 for 25c CAKE FLOUR, Robb Ross, large size Already this year people of this community hav«-, 2,500,000 cups. That is a lot of coffee. MARTHA WASHINGTON Vacuum pack, qt. jar FOLGER'S Ib. drip or reg. BUTTERNUT, drip or reg. MAXWELL HOUSE, Ib. drip or reg. , DEL MONTE, Ib. drip or reg. Ib. 2 CANDY __29c lb - 2i 29c 21 by the pound SA1 LI 151 Peanut Clusters, maple center Chocolate Stars, pure milk choc. Chocolate Caramels, chewey center Peanut Brittle, first of the season Chop Suey, crispy Chocolates Orange Slices Jelly Beans Assorted Mix Salmon, Large Pink 2 * 2 Fresh CELERY, large stalk ONIONS, red, extra large APPLES, Grimes 10 Ibs. DATES, Bulk APPLES, each Delicious, giant size FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 12c 25c 25c 25c 5c 10 Ibs. 2 Ibs. Fresh AND CURE! QUAL. MEA] OYSTERS, qt. Bring your own container _!• BEEF ROASTS, lb. WEINERS, lb. 1 large PEANUT BUTTER, 2 Ibs LINK SAUSAGE,, lb. Little Pig CHICKEN LEGS, 6 for OJ Something new and good — 2! % FOOD MARKETS • 111 Read the Ads 1 '" ^—~^^>^B«(^*«l^BIMiBWM^^H^^i^^MaiM*^KBHHU Repair Work for all makes of TRUCKS, TRACTORS, CARS BATTERY & TIRE WORK GENERAL REPAIR WORK Have had experience on all makes of cprs and tractors. See us about your tractor work. I. V. Wpn Community Sal| at the CHAPMAN SALE PAVILION Prescott, Iowa WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30 beginning at 1 o'clock We now have listed 125 cattle, of steers, cows, calves and heifers, stuff and well bred. 2 pure bred 150 head native ewes. ^ There will be more in this sale than j we have listed. Anyone wanting to w» bring- it over. We have one of tne 0e & ped sale pavilions in southern Iowa. Sales to be held every Wednesday. your stuff with B. B. PIPER, Auctioneer or

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