Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1930 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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The visiting teams came from Whittemore, and they won both games. In the girls' game the score was: Whlttunjore, 35; Lone Rock. 13. Iri the hoys' game It was 2S-7. The line-up for the Lone Rock girls consisted of: Lola Marlow and Ruth Householder, forwards; Vera Morris, center; Dorothy Macumber, B, center: Bernyce Roderick and Nila Burtls, guards. Naomi Wegener substituted for Nila Burtls. \ Around the County WESLte? B. B. TEAM WINS FKOSt BANCROFT— WESLEY—The boys' high schoo basket ball team won from Bancroft Wednesday night, Nov. 19, 24-18 Bancrift didn't get a field goal in the second half. The girls were defeated by Bancroft, 3741V Tuesday, December 9, we play Crystal Lake here, and it is expected that the. two town teams will have a game the same night. Friday, December 10, the boys and girls will play Remvlok here. LOTTS CREEK COUPLE JrAURlEI) NOVEMBER 19— WHITTEMOKB — The marriage of Krna, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Adolph Nrnis, to Thomas, son of Mr. and Mr. .rt took place Wednesday afternoon. „ ^hittemore girls' llne- U! . November 19, at St. Paul's Lutheran was: Buhnke and Carlyle. forwards; .1. Langerman, center; O. Langer- nian, s. center; Meyer and Uoeber, guards. In the Lone Rock boys' lineup were: Russell Gross and Gordon Blfinchard, forwards; Lawrence Newbrough, center; Harold Grotw ind John Newbrough, guards. The Whittemore centers featured in the girls' game. The Lone Hock lirls did well, but were handicapped by the superior size of the.Whltte- iiore players. The centers for the Whittemore boys played spectacu- arly and all the rest of the team la ndled the ball skilfully. St. John's boys, Bancroft, will )lay here next week Tuesday even- ng. Lone Hock plays at Friday evening-, December Fenton I'wo Families In Moves— Mrs. William Murray, son AVil- ium, and daughter Margaret moved .') the Peter Burt farm, south of own, Friday. Mr. Burt, who In un- narried, has lived on the place for •ears alone. He is Mrs. Murray's jrother. The Fred Thompsons have noved to the place vacated by Murrays. the 'mills In Thanks Program— The pupils of Kvelyn Thomnso ind Harriett Fish's room, the firs second, third, and fourth grade gave a Thanksgiving program fc the children's parents last wee Wednesday afternoon. It was we attended. ]>Irs. Morris's Mother Here— Mrs. Charles Morris brought he mother, Mrs. Ernest Krueger, 73urt, here one day la«t week. Jfrt ICrut-ger was in poor health summM'. It is much easier to cai for her here. Remember that, every price in either column above in eludes the Advance for one year. This offer is open U both new and old suhscrih ers. Note—1. Whero a magazine Is of Heretl for more than one year the Advance IN Iiiuiiitlod for only OIK jeur. 2. Subscribers who do no- receive mull at any Kossuth or bor derlng postnfflra must add 5IK'. t( the priftt In each eolumii. These are only a few o the many hundreds of publications of all kinds in our list. If you do not see wha you want, write for it. We have it. We meet or beat any price offered on any magazine by anybody. OTHER COMBINATIONS We have them—scores o: them—all there are, offeree by anybody. We just can'i set them out in our limited space here. Ask us about anj «ombination you have in mind. KILL IN THIS OJtDKll AND MAIL TODAY J',0 ADVANCE ALUONA ticntleoicn — $.. ....... , for which send me the Advance one yeur (or credit one year If I am already taking It) mid the follow Ing Yours truly, Note — Would you like to bend oue or more mtttrtulue* for Christmas? Yon caii do It. We will credit jour Advance subscription one year and send the mapatiae or wherever you say. And vrby not U>e Advance lUelf as a Cnrivtmaa glftl Only 99 one year to any Kos- *utn or borderlnp potUrffice, or to »oy otter Attend M. C. Itiidlo The L. U. Rodericks drove to Mfi .sun City Monday to attend an At water-Kent radio meeting and ban quoit at the Hanford hotel. t'oiieh Trains' Det-hini Contoitiiiits— Gertrude Jackman, ICmmet.sburg has been coaching declamatory pu t)il« here for a county contest to b held at Lone Rock. • .fudges Contest at Titonka— William Flaig and Pauline Lewi drove to Titonka last Thursda night, and Miss Lewis judged a de elamatory contest. Child Falls and Breaks Arm— The 2-year-old son of Mr. am Mrs. Alton Hurlburt fell off a chai last week Wednesday and broke ai arm. I'areiit-Teacher Meet Tonight— A Parent-Teacher meeting will bi held at die schoolhouse this woel Thursday evening. Other Lone Bock. The teachers spent Thanksgiving at their respective homes: Miss Behrman, at Bancroft; Miss Sewick at Burt; Coach Munus, at Rockford, 111.; Ruth Cross, at Curlew Evelyn Thompson, at Alexander and Pauline Lewis, at New Sharon Mrs. Oscar Karing and Mra. Arthur Davis entertained at dinnei Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn, Kr- sel Blanchard, Chester Alme, ant Arthur Davis. The Arthur Hennlngaens and Mrs II. N. Osher, of Oraettinger, were last Thursday guests of the Ernest Jensens. The Kstel Ackernmns anc 1 Frank Fiaigs were at Mrs. Claud Ackerman's, The Calvin Householders entertained Sunday the Rex and Freeman Wolfee, of Fenton, the Carl Wolfes Latimer, llalph Wolfe, Waterloo and Florence Householder, Lone Rock. JOH. Elvidge drove to Algona las' week Wednesday and thence wen 1 on to Perry with the Hugh Hermans to upend Thanksgiving witl; his son, Dr. George P. Elvidge. Frank Macumber came home from Clear Lake last week Wednesday. He had been working on the new Decker mansion there. Howard Blanchard, teaching al Brighton, near Dew Molnes, spenl Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr and Mr^ M. E. Blanchard. Harriet Ftsh returned from Min- neapolisjiSunday, after having .spent the Thanksgiving holidays with friends tiiere. Wilbur nnd Charles Zoller came up from Nora Springs tu spend Thanksgiving at the Frederick Sehultz home. The William Hermans, Kanawlm, .vere guests of the Frank Flalg.s last Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and Neva Rath visited the Henry Ruths at Curlew Sunday. Supt. L. E. Godfrey and his family vent Thanksgiving with relatives it Storm Lake. The Charle.s Olson.s and Bert God- !eim, Burt, were at William Leep- r's Sunday. The Robert Dransfeldts spent last Thursday at Walter Scott's, near •!urt. Shirley Hildahl, Emmotsburg, was : guest of the VV. J. Cottons Sunday. The county teachers institute will e held at Alguna this week Friday. Charles Hawks hati been suffering nucli with sciatic rheumatism. The recent Mite society's bazaar letted the women $115. Clarence Macumber has been sick or several days. Shot Through Foot. Wesley, Dec. 4 _ irwin Haynes hot himself through the foot, while unting Saturday. He was stoop- ng to fasten an overshoe, and the '"& 'accidentally discharged. His oot was treated' and bandaged by he doctor. He wlU have to remain ut of school for some time. church, the Rev. William Fuulstich officiating. The bridesmaid waa Freda Dledrich, and the bridegroom WHS attended by Daniel Naas, cousin of the bride. The nowlyweds will live on the Albert Shealer farm, northeast of town. ANOTHER OU> LIVERY BARN IS TORN DOWN— BURT — The old livery barn'back of the Marvin hotel has been wrecked. The lumber was taken to Swea City for use in the erection of a building to house county road equipment. UtlHAL TEACHKH AJfJfOtTXCKS MARRIAGE LAST APRIL— WHITTEMORE—Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner,, has announced her marriage to Frank Schallln, Algona, which took place April 19, at New Hampton, performed by the Rev. W. D. Splker. Mrs. Schallin teaches east of Whittemore. BASKETBALL" PLAYED AT WESLEY— WBSLEY — In the basketball gnmcs against Corwith Friday, Nov. SI. Wesley's second team won. Alfred Nelson was high scorer for the evening, Long of Corwith, high for Corwith. Two of the girls' regular team were absent; Madeline Hauptman being out with an injured knee, and Dorothy Kraut) out of town. Whittemore academy won the girls' game. Anna Sterner, Wesley, succeeded in eight successive free throws. Next week Wednesday evening, both the boys' and girls' teams play Bancroft. The sale of bo held at tilgh Lake Sunday, June 28, In the nature of a Galilee service at 3:80 p. hi., followed by n picnic. M, * ST. t, TIMETAIILK AT Mr VKRjrfc; CHAJrGI31»~ : X.U VEjRtfB;-i A new train schedule between fort Dodge and Minneapolis on the M. * St. t,. went Into, effect December 1. No. 1, the noon triiih north, now arrives at 12:33 p. m., and No. 2, the afternoon train south, arrives at 2--IS The midnight train leaves here a 12:18 a. m., and the train soutl leaves ut 12:3S. H. n. TEAMS AT LlFVEftM: DKFKAT HKJiWICK TEAMS— LU VERNE—The opening games for Lu A r erne's basket ball teams last week Tuesday evening result ed in victories. The Renwlck boys and girls p'ayed here. .The games, were well attended notwithstanding a stormy night, and many Renwlck fans came. The girls' score was Renwlck, 28; Lu Verne, 47. In'the Soys' game the score waa: Renwlck 11; Lu Verne, 13. The Wesley girls Al- Meyer, AtigUAt «chfttt<kshnel- der, », Cofttes, Atigutt M bert Bohnke, and J. It iu° u «'°u' t ? ww 1relfttiv * !s attending the Bell funeral Saturday were the John Bells, Mapleton, Minn.: the Henry and Walter Hells an d Mi-8. frank Bet!, Blue Earth, Minn.: Mra.. Pat Thompson, Round Lake Minn.; Mrs. Emma Phillips,. For Dodge; the Lloyd Luehsihgers, Ayr shire; Mrs. Minnie Krebbs, Mlnnea polls; the \\-llllam and Rayniom Wilsons, Harold Kueckera and Wm 8<ttdftjr f *U<*t« 0* Kueckers, Bend; •seu.son tickets was amounting to about $-45. successful, WESLEY KOV UNDERGOES AIM'ENIMCITIS OPERATION— WESLEY—John, son of the Gus Brandts, was taken seriously sick with appendicitis Tuesday, Nov. 18, and was operated on at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. The trouble had reached a serious stage, but the appendix had not yet burst. DOGS KILL, TWO SHEEP, IN.JVKE 16 OTHERS— TITONKA — Dogs attacked the flock of sheep owned by the Bud- Ions Bros. Friday, Nov. 20. Two sheep were killed, 16 probably fatally injured. Some 30 more received minor injuries. It was estimated by a veterinarian that J900 damage was done. BROTHERHOOD GROUP SCHEDULES MEETINGS— FENTON—The sub-district Methodist Brotherhood met at Armstrong November 10, and the next year's program was outlined. The meeting for January 2S at Armstrong- fa to be a "Dad and Lad" supper with a suitable program of music and talks; May -fat Fenton, "Man and the Business of Church," is to be discussed; September S will be at Swea City on "The Fall Program of the Church and Loyalty Month"; the meeting of November 23, 1BJ1, at Oraettinger, considers, "A Man and His Family." A special meeting wfTJ and Corwltli boys will play here this week Tuesday evening. Bt'RT G1HL MARRIED TO OKLAHOMA VOUTH— HURT—Announcement was cently made of the marriage of Harriett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. -T. Schrqeder, to Stanley, son of Mr. ind Mrs. S. O. Black, former Burt farmers, now of Cache,' Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Black wore married at Charles City'October 9. Mrs. Black was a member of last .year's Burt graduating class. 3 TOWNS TO COMPETE IN .IVMOU DECLAM— WESLEY—A Junior High county declamatory contest will be held here Tuentl'iy evening, December 2, when Wesley will compete with Burt and Titonka. CHARLES H, BELL IS DEAD; WHITTEMORE FARMER 47 YEARS Whittemore, Dec. 2 — ClwrleM H. Bell died November 2B following a stroke suffered July 311, and a second stroke November us. Hts parents were Christ Bell and Marie Baas, and he was born Nov. 17, 1SG8, on the ship on board which Ills parents were crossing: the Atlantic to make the' United States their home. They settled near Addison, 111., where Mr. Bell' received schooling- and was confirmed there. In 1S83 he with his parents came to Iowa, and settled near Whittemore. Mr. Bell was nwrled to Sophie Ahnamann November 'i, 1S88, and four children were born— Edward, Elmer, Adella, and Winfried Bell, the liitttr dying in infancy. Mr. Bell was a voting member of St. Paul's Ijutheran congregation at \\Titttemore for 41 years. He was deacon for a number of years and recently was a trustee. . Six years ago Mr. Bell rented his farm to his son Elmer, and moved into his new bungalow home In Whittemore. Mr. Bell"was a fine Christian character, and an honest and true citizen. Mr. Bell suffered a stroke July 31 because of hfffh blood pressure, but gradually rallied till November 15-, when he suffered another attack. Mr.- Belt is survived by liis wife, three children, eight grandchildren,: two brothers and .six sisters. Funeral .services were held Saturday in St. Paul's Lutheran church, the! Rev. William' Fautstlch officiating, and interment was made In St. Paul's cemetery. Pall bearers were [ South Cretco sitnl- not Mr. and Mrs. Frank Muideman attended n Thanksgiving family re union at the home of Mrs, Hulde mnn't parents, Mr. and Mrs.,R. A Clark. Algomi. Others In atten dance were the Charles Reapers, the R. H. Chirks, Internationa Falls, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeh and their son Do re. The R. H. Clarks left for their home Sunday. Charles Winandy, Chicago, who recently had an operation for appendicitis, was taken to the home of Mrs. WInandy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, a : few days ago. The Winundys expect to leave for homo late this week. Clifford Worster, student at Des Motnes, ond Charles LIndhorst, 'of the Stiite college, came home for Thanksgiving. Clifford's parents met him at Garner, nnd Homer LIndhorst drov e to Ames last week Wednesday. William Greenfield, near Irvington, was taken .home Saturday, after having been a .patient for a week at the Algona Hospital, following injuries suffered when he fell from his buy loft and struck a manger. John Loos got home late last week from a trip to Iowa City to see liis wife, who has been transferal t 0 the Oakdale state tarium. Her condition ha changed. The 12. C. and L. D. I'otter Cam- lies spent Thanksgiving with the Ray Miners at Morklen. The Dr. Ij. R. Potters, of Suhuiler, and the Dr. L. D. Potters, Storm Lake, were ilso there. The Aid will hold its first eve ni"K meeting for husbands Decem 10 at E. C. Potter's. Supper wii served and each member Is t take a. covered dish. The publl s invited. The Mothers and Daughters clu s to meet December till; with 'Mrs W. L. Martin, Algona. The topi 'or discussion will be Cliristma, suggestions; leader, Airs. Frei "'arks. Mrs. G. D. Hart, Bancroft, anc her daughter Antoinette, with Jtrl la Liesfeld and Wade Ball, of La kota, were -over-Sunday guests n the Fred Parks home. Martha Potter invites the publl to attend a program and baske social Ut the school two miles east , two miles south of St. Benedict December 12. The o. C. Stewarts entertained Mr. Stewart's sister, Mrs. Cora V'ir gin, Lincoln, Neb., and the latter' daughter Thelma last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon wer< at West Bend Tuesday, called b- news that Mr. Simon's mother was seriously sick. "The Aid will hold a food nnd bake -sale and conduct a bazaar Satur day at the Anderson meat market Swea . t , , ._ .. . _ B.'s parents, Mr. and Mrd, T Jame Smith. - ' ; Lyle Haney has reeovertid the Injuries he fluttered when h was thrown" frofn a horse ft Week ago Sunday, and Is back In hlgl school. Lyle wns one ,of the lies football players, and It takes'some thing more'thill helhg-IhroWJi'.Worn a horse to knock him out entirely Mr. and Mrs, Paul, Black had as Sunday (ilntier gueflts Mtv niui Mrs .Tohn Tjr'ch, Algona, and Paul Karl Ureh, of Minnesota, wiio> have been here all fall, liunlflng corn. Another meeting of the directors ct the Farmer'*!' Cooperative nsHOci ntlon of Irvlngton and Rich Poini took place at* the elevator at; Irv- Ington last week Tuesday evening This was to decide about the-Healed Ttuyleclslon was to" move tile scales now at Irvlngton lo Rich Point and get a new 20-ton scale for Irvington. Many farmers now haul .grain In large trucks and It Is difficult to weigh the loads on uimill scales. Ulondlna Erpeldlng and Mildred Capesius spent their Thanksgiving vacation with their parents here. They are attending college at Cherokee. The James Blacks spent Thanks living at Neal Smith's, Algona. The I. A. Johnsons and Dorothy were at Dg White's in Plum Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelly were jit the Ralph Parsons home In Union. Mrs. Leslie Jenktmi had Mr. and relatives Rich Point j A large number from this vicinity attended ,-i Royal Neighbor dance at the I. O. O. F. hull, Algona, on Thanksgiving night. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black were fit WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates l n Algona they could hire three or four more print ers to earn and spend their money here - . ' 45U JOMBINATION SALE AT TRIPP liverybarn Saturday, Dec. 6. pll FOR SALE—DRY, HARD STOVE wood. Ed Eggert. Phone 2F18. PARTLY MODERN HOUSE FOR sale.—Inquire Mrs. .1. A. Lstlng. 10pl2 LOST—PAin OF RED KID gloves. Reward.—Inquire Advance office. 10pl2 FOR SALE. CHEAP — BATTERY and electric radios.—W. H. Godden- 9ul2 HOUSE FOR RENT.—INQUIRE at Mrs. Nannie SeteheU's Shop. Millinery rebuilding, made; box FFeather mattresses' springs repaired. —J. H. Martin, SO* E. State. p!2-13 FARMERS, OUR BLACKSMITH Is competent and obliging. Let him do your work.—Thorpe Wood & Iron Works at Old Dray Shop. DR. ER1CKSON PRODUCED A wonderful new eczema remedy that successfully treated over 2,000 in four months. We guarantee It.— K. D. James. 21pl2 DUROC BOARS FOR SALE, SOME of the best ones left at the same price for a short time, |20 and. $25.— STOREROOM FOR RENT— SUIT able for office or shop. Algona Hotel. lOplO-12 , A. C. Carlisle, Pine Croft Farm, % ml. east of Whittemore. 31p(FB)9-12 FOR SALE — LARGE ALABAMA pecans, 1930 crop, 40e Ib.—Phone S50. FOR RENT — LIGHT HOUStf- keeping p. m. rooms.—Call 99 after 4 lOplI FOR SALE—BIO TVPE .DUROC boars.—Hugh Raney, phone 15F21, Algona. 12U12-15 FOR SALE—DUROC RED BOAR. — August Fisher, West Bend, jhone 15 on 30. llpll-12 •OTATOKS FOR SALE—Red~River Valley Cobblers. We deliver.— •hone SSI or 293. !Sul2 'OR SALE: DUROC BOARS, CHOL- era immune.. Also fine Guernsey JUll. Roy Mann, Burt. 13ull-13 STRAYED: FOUR RED CALVES about 250 ibs. each. C. E. Swanson, 'all 61*M, lju Verne. 12plH12 'OR SALE—% HORSE CENTURY electric motor, 110 volts; nearly ew. Cheap.—A. K. Cliff. 13ul2 TWATER-KENT RADIOS—May- tags — FrlgldalreB.—A. K. Cliff, ealer; Modern Dry Cleaners bulling. >R RENT — HOUSEKEEPINQ rooms, furnished or unfurnished; lao board and room.—300 E. Efcco tr «et. WANT FARMS FOR CASK ers. Describe, give price.—R. own, 487 Wilkinson, Omaha, X>R RENT—3 PARTLY housekeeping rooms, partly mod rn.—Mrs, Elizabeth Bowen, 222 W- "ebruska,. 15pl8 & FOR SALE—BIG TYPE DUROC boars; milking Shorthorn cattle; 2 bulls ready for service; 10 heifers, reds, whites, roans, some a year old, others some younger.—J. P. Mousel, Bancroft. 29(FB)7-12 FOR SALE—60 DUROC BOARS, March and April farrow; immune. At farmer's prices. Come and see them before buying. Special bargain on Saturday.—H. s. Fain, Emmetsburg. 25ulO-13 bill fold containing fifty dollars and identification card with name and address. If same is left at this ^fflce nothing will be said. — Mrs. Wilbur Dole, Bancroft. Iowa,, cure .Too Relter. 26pl2 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our. special low classified advertising ratee and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC.. 2U Royal Union Bldg.. Des Molnes, Iowa. B32tf OLD RELIABLE COMPANY, mtuT- ufacturlng high quality line sta- pie household and farm necessities, wants man with car to handle complete line in Kossuth county. Splendid opportunity for honest, industrious person. Write for particulars.—Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Winona, Minn. '• 38p9-12 NOTICE TO MERCHANTS —"AT this time of year It la Impossible to gather up accumulations of dirt a^d paper swept Into the Icy gutters of the streets. It all sweepings are deposited, in your furnaces It will remove an unsightly appearance from the front of your places of THE PERSON IS KNOWN finding|> u ;,n e ;r_A«wt0^en, Mayor! Mimeographing 'roin Algona and Fort Dodge for Thanksgiving. Mrs, Hattle Burllngame and her sinter, Ada Men-lam, were sick last voek with colds and.the flu. Robert Black was out of school part of lie week with n e.oltl. Mr. and Mrs. DK White, of Plum 2reek,' entertained at Thanksgiving llnner, the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cosgrove, Lucille, mild, and Rielmrrt, of. Titonka; VIr. anil Mrs. H. E. Johnson, Alice ilae, Donald, and Grandma Jonn- on, of Plum Creek; Mr. and Mm. f. A. Johnson and Dorothy, of Rich 3 olnt; Mr. and Mrs. Luln Cousins, Richard and Helen, of Alden; Mr, ind Mrs. W. J. Hager and their Uece, Jonelle Hager, of Burdette. French Nation Fosters Time-Keeping Industry The making of time-keeping Instruments Is on« of the oldest and most highly developed of French Industries. When the teaching of apprentices In the shops of watchmakers became Inadequate for the development of the trade, profivs- sfonal schools were established, fci;,' 1 tered by the state and s:/t>pi>rtet1 by the Industry. In addition, A municipal school of watchmaking wns founded at fads, a nationalized school at Lyons and a private school at Dreux. Each year 100 to 125 watchmakers graduate from these Institutions. The Industry .has not yet been affected to any extent by consolidation. Many of the factories are little more than workshops, where from 10 to 30 skilled workmen with hand tools and a few simple machines turn out carefully wrought products. It is thousht that the small size of French establishments has the advantage of stimulating the worker's creative ability.—-New York Times. Nicotine SubitituU Owing to the high cost of nicotine as no Insecticide, scientists In the bureau of chemistry and soils have ovolved neonlcotlne, obtained from crude dipyridyl. An u substitute for nicotine It has been found to be even more deadly to Insects than natural nicotine. fltrW. Wl.*. in th# old worklrtiii oii tthona J* V«il«y niiw, in WftieK, « pouj hftUIIng It* <o«l ^igolt saddetily dug hl« hMiH 10 «nd refused to budge. While the miner with It *a» vtiln'y ttytng t« COM It to go on, H big piece of roof fell with n crash In,front of them. , 3R ,*f In the crlraln*! world those per- •ons engaged IH counterfeiting, check raising nnd irtinllnr occupations are known an "twiner hungers" and operations uf these persons rogl in<- American public nhout twenty million rlnllara nnmlnlt*. "«g Boa Wearenow, r e a( j yt . , easy «seam K .Tv j the best ^ evVl SBE at M bu.MinK.-A. K, USED Furniture We have opened a store in the occupied-by the Council Oak store, die a line of Used Furniture, Do Repairing and Upholstery AND REPAIR SEWING MACHIMft We have a dry rat-proof room for reasonable rates. If you have anything to sell or to be phone 399. The Furniture Shoo C. W. DAVENPORT, Mgr. THEO. ELK i; ] {T , repaired Best Friend and Severest Critic We're very, very fussy when it comes to picking out I your shoes. In fact, we have stylists, designers? and manufacturers tagging at our heels, begging „ H0 to be so "picky". But when it comes to your iiw styles . .new leathers . . . tricky little modernistic trimmings . and lasts that will make your feet look daintier than ever . . . there's nothing too good for you. ' We're sure we have the loveliest selection of shoes! May we remain, Inexpensively yours, Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Deportment This Big Store Is Now Ready for the Holiday Season ! A Long Array of Practical Gifts for Men and Boys Here Wkh f ason °' the year, will soon be here again. ally turn to . h ™H p ° n at hand °» r thoughts at this time natur- y wrn to suitable remembrances for men e ts ' our family and Wends. 8t ° re hftve ^uch wonderful assort. our store is Joaded with huu- PopularGift^ Articles of clothing always n*ke robes, scarfs, sortment of for the men folks Christmas gifts. r more welcomed by men r ,-, , sweaters, gloves, or a suit or an overcoat, etc., and what an as* wave secured for your selection. and to examine christmas ln Shop Early CLOTHING AND

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