Lenox Time Table from Lenox, Iowa on May 7, 1936 · Page 8
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THE LENOX TIME TABLE, LENOX, IOWA RATE—10c per line for firs insertion: 5c per line each in ssertion thereafter. Display clas sifled, 25c per inch. For Sale "FOR SALE — Illini Hay Beans test 98, $1.00 bu. Bring you sacks. IVz miles SE of Len- Hufnagel Bros. 32-2p BEANS — See L. F. Davis •for your soy beans. 32-tf SALE—Lawn mower, elec- . trie motors, in good condition Incfuire at Fleming Batt. Shop, f C , 32-tf SALE—6 tube electric Clarion jr. radio, Brunswick phono- 'l£raph, fruit jars, canned fruit, rakes, hoe, spading fork, etc. 'Phone 8-J. Inquire this office. SALE—10-20 International tractor; 1930 Chev. truck; Mc- Cormlck-Deering 2-row > cultivator; side delivery rake; '27 '-Chev. 4 door sedan; '28 Chev. ' co'upe; ".31 Chev. 4-door sedan. Motor Co., Lenox. 32-1 "T'OR SALE — Quality Chicks. Nine years of blood-testing •'and culling for egg production •Assures you of quality in Corning Hatchery Chicks. Phone 141W, Corning, Iowa. 28-tf IFOR SALE—Pure bred Spotted Poland China fall boars, 'immune. Cecil Wilson. 29-tf Wanted WANTED — Custom Hatching. We guarantee 85% hatch. Corning Hatchery. Phone 141W. 28-tf For Rent FOR RENT — Five room house and large garden, close in. F. M. Hayes. 32-lp Legal EXECUTOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persons interested, that on the fourth day of May A. D. 1936, the undersigned was appointed by the District Court of Taylor County, Iowa, Executor of the estate of G. W. Davis, deceased, late of said county. All persons indebted to said es- .ate will make payment to the undersigned, and those having laims against the same will present them, legally authenti- ated to said Court for allowance. Dated May 4, 1936. H. ROY LONG, Executor. AMES R. LOCKE, Attorney for Executor, 'ublished in Lenox Time Table May 7, 14, 21, 1936. TRAINLOAD FARM EQUIPMENT COMES INTO IOWA According to Beck Bros, and Walter, local dealer for Allis- Chalmers equipment, all lowans interested in agriculture will be treated to an unusual event on Wednesday, May 13. A complete trainload—forty cars—of Allis Chalmers All- Crop Harvesters will be' brought into the state over the Northwestern Railroad. This is the first time any equipment company Has shipped a complete train, such as this, into Iowa. Celebrations honoring this occasion will take place at Cedar Rapids, Marshalltown and at Ames. Parades have been planned in each of these cities just before the arrival of the train and the appearance of Radio Station WHO'S famous German Band will add to the celebration. The program at Cedar Rapids will include short talks by Nelson G. Kraschel, Lieutenant Governor, Mayor Frank Hahn, Francis Johnsqn, president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, W. A. Roberts, General Sales Manager, Allis-Chalmters, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and others. In Ames at 4:30 p.m., Gov. Clyde L. Herring will give a short talk on Iowa agriculture. Others to appear on the speaking program will include Mayor i Allen of Ames, Secretary of Agriculture Ray Murray, Prof. J. B. Davidson, Iowa State College, and Arthur Thompson, Editor of Wallace's Farmer and Iowa Homestead. This trainload of All-Crop Harvesters will be distribute^ from Ames to points In central and northwest Iowa. Percheron Stallion BLONDIE i Registy No. 205869, State Cer- tiflcajte No. 17111, Department of Agriculture. Blondie is a Grey Stallion,; weights 1900 Ibs., heavy bone,; extra good action, and a great • Breeder. Will make the season j at my farm 5 1 /- miles east of Lenox on the farm known as the Warren Madden farm. I Terms of service $12.50 for liv- | ing colts. Care will be taken j to prevent accidents but will, not be responsible should any: occur., j * i 4nd in return we offer you these special prices on 8th • • • I Fig Bars 2 Prunes Ibs. direct from the ovens the large No. 10 or gallon Birthday Price Jl 2! VAN CAMP Pork & Beans 5 cans We have plenty this week J. H. OSHELJB a Salad Dressing or sandwich spread quart jar NIGH When the doors close next Saturday night, May 9, the VOGEL & WOOD store in Lenox will be out of business. The Store Has Been Sold We have completed a deal this week, selling the remainder of the stock to a Mr. Sheppard of Lamoni, la. Mr. Sheppard is a first class merchant and will restock the store. Your Last Chance Remember, this week will be your last chance to buy merchandise at these closing out prices. We have permission to continue the sale until Saturday night and there are still hundreds of items that carry a saving to you that cannot be duplicated anywhere. It is to your advantage to buy for the present and also for the future from this stock while it carries the low, closing-out sale price tags. Stock With Groceries It will stand you in hand to stock your grocery shelves now. The money you spend in this store this week will be money well spent for you later, Don't Walt For The Last Day & WOOD Don't forget to get another pound of theli ited fresh roasted and fresh ground cot] Flavorite ' sweet drinking Santos AS IT SHOULD BE The finest coffee at any price. Ib. P'BERRY COFf You'll like ,the tan flavor, Ib _____ -n 1! LIGHT HOUSE . CLEANER 3 „_ lOc cans ONION SETS •^ r»«iiM*1c« WvS!,*J pounds BARS or GUM Any Kind Crackers - - - 2 MOTHER'S DAY 1 Ib. fancy box Remember Mother 25c CHOCOLATES Orange Slices Assorted Mix Ib lOc CHOCOLATE Cocoanut Bon Bons, Ib. _!____ Kirk's Hardwater Soap, 3 bars 13c Carload SOAP SALE Oxydol pkg. 9c P. & G., 4 giant bars DREFT, 25c size, 2 boxes ____26c IVORY FLAKES, large pkg 22c ' • , DOCTORS ADVISE FRESH Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES, .- p dozen 15c NEW POTATOES, 7 pounds STRAWBERRIES, '2 boxes BANANAS, 4 pounds ____ ASPARAGUS, bunch __ • ~ ~ fw» w • CLEAN QUICK, 5 Ib. box _.J IVORY SOAP, 2 bars _ >, pkg. MEATS that PLEI GROUND BEEF, 0] 2 pounds ;__: *'' Ground fresh 3 times a dayJ good beef—that's all. CHEESE, fancy Wis., Id 1 pound ** BEEF BOIL, corn fed pound BEEF HEARTS, 3 pounds Bake one. A change in me?t 'J PEANUT BUTTER, extra Oj lancy, 2 pounds -JH

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