Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1931 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1931
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, " YOUTH'S DEATH IS SHOCK TO WHITTEMORE Whlttemore, Jan. 27—Last week Tuesday Whlttemore relatives and friends were saddened to learn that Arnold Schumacher, 10-year-old eon Of Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher of Bancroft, died at the Kossuth hospital In Algona as a result of Injuries sustained the preceding Thursday. The youth had been helping sa\v Humber, and hnd been working at the Theo. Blerstedt farm north «f Whlttemore. The outfit moved to the Schiltz farm near Bancroft, .and the saw had just been started •when a slab from the log was thrown back, and struck the youth on the forehead, fracturing the •Skull. He wns taken to the Kos- Buth hospital at Algona. The youth wns born on a farm near Algona. For 14 or 15 years the family has lived near "Bancroft. He is survived by his parents, a Ibrother, Albert, and two sisters, Alice and Agnes, nil married and 'living near Bancroft. _ Funeral services were held last week Thursday ' morning at Bancroft, and burial was .made in the Whlttemore Catholic cemetery. 1 Tfctor l)n.ririnnns lire Honored— Last Thursday evening a wedding eupper was served at the Henry .Bargman Sr. home at Rodman in Sionor of their son Victor and his tt>ride, married two weeks previous- ay. The supper was served in two Kxmrses. Guests were the Henry and George Schultzes, Whlttemore; "Wash Harris, Alta Muffet, Simon Hintons, the Lafe Hintons, Rodman; Hans Thompson, Gilmore •City. The evening was spent at "500," and a midnight lunch was «erved. high school teachers, spent the week-end at their respective homes at Fort Dodge and Britt. The Frank Bestenlehner home In Whlttemore has been quarantined for scarlet fever, the son Francis being ill with the disease. Henry Behnke. of Whlttemore. who clerks at the Council Oak grocery store, Algona, spent Sunday at Rock Falls. Oscar Schattschnelder spent the week-end at Boston, Minn., guest of the Ferdinand Heises. Mrs. Helse is Oscar's sister. The Lee Campbells, Spencer, spent Sunday at George Meyer's. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Meyer are sis- Buttermore, West Bend, ..,„,« Monday to coach declamatory pupils. There are 12 contestants. The Albert Vaudts spent Friday ., t William Vaudt's, Liver-more. William and Albert are brothers. Fred Baumgartner, clerk at H. R. Zumach's meat market, spent Sunday at his home at Dumont. ters. Mrs. la recovering rapidly. It started from a pimple. Other St* Benedict* Mrs. George Hanlg, of Ackley, and her son William have been visiting here two weeks and' with relatives at Wesley. She visited Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer lns£ week Wednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Eva Garmann O- nd her daughter Mathilda were there at .the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garmftnn, of Blue Earth, and their son Harold George were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Garmann 's sisters and brother. Bernadlne Arndorfer came home with them, after a week at Blue Earth. Amelia Arndorfer, R. N., came home Tuesday from Algona, where she has been caring for Tony Kirsch, the laundry man who has been critically sick with blood-poisoning. Mr. Kirsch is now recovering. The Isadore Meyers and Mrs. Leo Hanlg and her family, nil of Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch, _ , r \v p \r name " ntl '"• l UYUUIIII uiciun, Last week Mrs. C. M. \\ eh came , Sunday afternoon from Colorado to visit her daughtei. •Correction In Marriage Story— In the Whlttmore news last week it was said that James Elbert and Margaret Palmer had been married at the Little Brown church, Nashua. In fact they were married October 2 by the Rev. .1. F. Achatz, Rock•well City. Mr. Elbert has been in "the employ of the Kohlhaas garage, Algona, four years. The bride is •a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurley IPalmer, Algona, and James the son of Mrs. .T. P. Elbert, VVhlttemore. Xauni Brants 18; Pnrty— Forty-five young folks were entertained at a birthday party given by Mrs. Louis Braatz in honor of Laura Braatz Sunday evening. She received many gifts. Attending were anembers of the young people's so- •dety, and out of town guests: Elflora and Edna Struecker, Fcnton; 3Dlda and Lester Baas, West Bend. Miss Baas was 18. Games were jlayed, and lunch was served. of AVhittemore, and his bride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bulmke Is Bride- Last week Wednesday at the Lu- iheran church at Fenton Walter 3Bierstedt and Martha Ruhnke, of Xiotts Creek, were married by the Hev. Mr. Kabelitz. Mr. Biersteclt is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman 2ierstedt, who live five miles north is a John Euhnke, of the same neighborhood. ITonng Priest In First Mass- Father P. P. Gearen, Onawa, for- -snerly Whlttemore, was here last •week (Monday and Tuesday, accompanied by Father Fitzpatrick, Sioux "City. They came to attend the first anass of Father Berger, Emmetsburg. Father D. Clark, Manilla, •was another guest at the local Catholic rectory. J?»rrell Buys Bawson Home- Frank Farrell, mail No. 1, has purchased the Merrill Rawson home and takes possession this week TUBS"flay. The Rawsons are moving to Eagle Grove. Mr. Rawson, who for. anerly owned the Ford garage here, now runs a similar garage at Eagle •Grove. JP«rew<tll for Gertrude Farrell— Mr. and Mrs, Frank Farrell entertained a large party of young people Sunday evening in honor of their daughter, Gertrude, w ho leaves .soon for St. Paul to enter St. Joseph's Mercy hospital for a nurses' training course; Student Priest Visits Parents—. Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike SPandel, is at home for a two weeks vacation from St. Paul. He is •studying for the priesthood. Other Whlttemore. Laet Thursday evening the Whit- •temore high school basketball teams played at Lu Verne. A fast game ^between Whittemore and Lu Verne «lrls was won by Whittemore, 31-23. The Lu Verne boys were too strong *or Whittemore, and won 28 to 17. Geneva, Langerman spent the mother, Mrs. at Humboldt. Mrs. Merrill Rawson. Mrs. Grippen, beauty operator at the Rusch barber shop,- spent Sunday at Clear Lake. The Henry Lavrenz family, Algona, spent 'Sunday wwith Whitte- inure friends. The James Aliens, Algona, were Sunday guests at Carl Hansen's,. Mrs. Knthryn Meyer has been sick two weeks with a bad cold. ST, BENEDICT ELEVATOR TO HAVE GRINDER St. Benedict, Jan. 27 — The annual stockholders' meeting of the Farmers Grain company was held at the city hall Monday afternoon. A very good representation of stockholders was in attendance at the meeting, who voiced their approval of Manager William Eich's report of the year's business. Directors Ben Recker and John Arndorfer, whose terms expire this year, were unanimously re-elected. It was voted at the meeting to install feed- grinding equipment for commercial grinding, and a committee was appointed to purchase the necessary outfit and to contract for the erection of a warehouse building in which the grinding equipment is to be placed. Four Hours from Long Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Ed Rosenmeyer, and Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer recently made a trip to points in southern Iowa, Illinois, j and Wisconsin. Leaving a week ago Wednesday, the 14th of January, they went first to Des Moines and visited Mrs. Rosenmeyer's daughter, Mrs. Martin Miller, a few days. Then they went on to Chicago and visited a sister of Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer's, Mrs'. Frances Stephenson, and others. The next stops were at Milwaukee, Hartford, and Beaver Dam, Wis. They got home Saturday night late, and reported having had good weather and roads. with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rohm and Mr. and Mrs. John Raskopf. Mrs. Emll F. Arndorfer, who edits this column, will be grateful to all who help her by reporting news. Items may be written out ancf handed or sent to her up to Tuesday noon each week. The Tony Ventelohers were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ventelch- er's sister, Mrs. George Arndorfer. The Julius Arndorfers were dinner guests the same day of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr was a caller Monday afternoon at Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer's. Marie Arndorfer was a guest at Wilma and Deane Arn- dorter's the same afternoon. A group of young folks attended a double wedding dance last week Tuesday evening at Duncan, between Britt and Garner. A good-sized number of folks from here attended a club dance at Wesley last Thursday night, orchestra played. Kelly's week-end with her Betty Langerman, Mrs. Langerman has a beauty shop •there, but the girls, Geneva and Josephine, attend the Whittemore tlgh school. The Ralph Fandels were Sunday dinner guests at Theo. Elbert's, Algona. Mrs. Fandel is a daughter of the Elberts. They were Sunday supper guests at William Miller's, «ast of AVhittemore. Last week Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Savage returned Srom Nevada after a short visit with a sister of Mrs. Savage. They also stopped at a few other places on business. Mrs. L. B. Smith entertained at Iwldge last week Wednesday eve- wing. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Cullen, first; Lorraine Botsford, second; Mrs. J. M. Fleming, cut. Mr. and Mrs. Staab and Mr. and Mrs. John Schreier, all of Remsen, spent Sunday at Francis Elbert's. Mrs. Staab, Mr. Schreier, and Mrs. Zlbert are sisters and brother. W. F. Kelly has been at Emmets- fcurg two or three weeks helping redecorate the old high school building. Last fall fire did considerable damage. The Jos. Flemings attended movies at Emmetsburg Sunday. Tol'- able David was shown. A number of other Whlttemore people also attended. L. P. Erlach, Mason City, has opened an auto service shop in the Bestenlehner building and Is ready to service all makes of cars. Mrs. Fred Jacob has been confined to her bed a week with quinsy. Her throat had to be lanced Hosary Society Gives Party — Rosary Society gave a card party at the Hall last week Wednesday evening. It was well attended and was the largest party held yet in this year. The high score for women was won by Mrs. John Arndorfer; the men's high score by John Grandgenett. Refreshments were .served. On the entertaining committee for this year are Mrs. Leo Arndorfer, president; Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, treasurer; Mrs. George Ferstl, vice president.. Next week Wednesday evening another card pnrty will be given by the Rosary Society, and everyone is Invited to attend. Algonlan Plays In Recital— There was a musical recital Sunday afternoon at the St. Benedict Catholic church. A number of selections were played on the new pipe organ by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, of Algona, and Marie Arndorfer, the local parish organist. This organ was installed last fall and was donated by a deceased member of the parish. There was a good attendance at the musicale. Mrs. Gunn has for some years been organist for the Algona Congregational church, Motherless Yonngwlrth Babe Dies- Frank Youngwirth's youngest son, about a year old, died Saturday morning of pneumonia. He ha4 been sick only since last Thursday. Funeral services were held at the St. Benedict Catholic church Monday morning at 9:30, Father Loeffelholz officiating, and burial was made In the local Catholic cemetery beside the grave of the child's mother, who died a year ago, leaving three children and her husband. Mr. Youngwirth farms near Lu Verne. GrosenlmcliB Home from Illinois — Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Grosenbach returned last week from Melvln, 111., where they were called to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law. They report, the Benz family, who were former residents of this conv munity but who now are living near Melvin, as being in good health and much interested in news of their former neighbors here. Quilting Bee Is Held— Ella. Simons, with Catherine Guehl, of Algona, spent Sunday with Ella's mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Mrs. Mary Fasbender and her children were Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. William Klein's. Irene Kellershon, Algona, spent the week-end at Frank Eisenbarth's. Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Arndorfer entertained their club last week Tuesday evening at "500". Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer and her son Herbert were Friday visitors at Mrs. A. J. Fehr's. Adelheid Eisenbarth was a visitor Sunday at her sister Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer's. Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer were at Corwith Monday on business. Eleanor Rahm spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ben Dwenger. HEESGH DRAWS TITONKA HIGH CREAM CHECK Titonka, Jan. 27—The high cream checks for the past month were: Nick Heesch, $211; Bruno Sleeker, $162; Fred Stecker, $219; John Koestler, $114; Edw. Bartlett & Sons, $110; John A. Harms, $106; Wert Asche, $97; A. Schram, $93; Chas. Phelps & Sons, $88; C. E. Brown, $86; Geo. Eden, $85; Harry Ricklefs, $84; Geo. Graham & Son, Warner Smidt, $77; Mark Bacon, $75; Wm. Welhousen, $72; Spier & Lareon, $71; Chris Brandt, John Ulfers, $69; Edw. Zweifel, $67; Herman Franzen, $67; Dick Franzen, $64; E. R. Intermlll, $63; A. L. Schiltz, $59; Ferdie Schram, $59; Earl Stott, $57; Henry Gray, $57; Geo. Lester, $56; Walter Osterman, $55; Phil Buffington, $55; R. L. Krantz, $54; Thos. J. Forburger, $53; and Robert Callies, $50. Thirty- one cents was paid for December butterfat. 2 Couples Visit Hospital Patient- Mr, and Mrs. Miller Nelson and Mr. and Mr*. RaV BonackefdroVe to Mason City tthureday to vtaii Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Who |« confined v to the Park hospital following a aerl- oua operation and to bring .back Estelle Bonacker, who haa been car- Ing for her mother. Mrs. Bonacker will be able to return the latter part of the week. Former Tltonkifln Visits Here— The Earl Wltneys, Clear Lake, spent a day last week with the William Petersons. Mrs. Wltney, be- Norma, F. L. . fore hef marriage was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colgan, who 18 years ago had a drug store here. Mr. Wltney Is In the insurance business and will have considerable work in this territory. Nineteen Out for Decliim— Under the direction of Fay Rolf- sema 19 pupils are trying out for "declam" this year. This week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday try-outs are to be held, and 12 pupils, four each in dramatic, oratorical, and humorous classes, will be chosen to represent the high school in inter-school contests. Quilt Given to AuxMlnry-r- Mr's. Rasmus Peterson, a member of the Auxiliary, pieced and donated to the local unit a beautiful quilt top In pin wheel design, furnishing backing, etc., for the quilt, which, when completed, will be sent to tHe auxiliary supply shelf at Des Moines to use in the home of some needy veteran. Pastor's Wife Home Again— The Rev. L. S. Gartner drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday, return- Ing Friday with Mrs. Gartner, who has been a patient at a Rochester hospital. Andrew Peterson drove to Rochester last week Wednesday accompanied by Fred Hngen, who remained for medical treatments. Inspect City Apartment Building— Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French returned Friday from Minneapolis, where they attended a. lumbermen's convention. Mr. and Mrs. French, in company with ten others attending the convention, wei-e chosen to inspect the Foshny building and apartment. • Mrs. Clem Peterson Surprised— Elmer Peterson planned and carried out successfully a surprise party on his wife Saturday even- Ing. A number of friends and relatives enjoyed an evening at cards and dancing. Lunch was served. Hiilverson Cows Sell Well— O. A. Halverson held a public sale south of town Friday and cattle sold as high as $73. Air. Halverson plans to quit farming. Van Hansen held a public sale Monday on the Worsley farm." Party for S. S. Class— Beulah Schutjer entertained her Sunday school class, the Merry Maids, at a party Saturday evening. Cards were played and lunch was served. Other Titonka News. Last week Monday was the first day of the second semester. New subjects that were Introduced included American government, agriculture, advanced arithmetic, sociology, psychology, and physiology. The seniors drove to Britt Friday afternoon to have taken. Supt. R. J. their pictures Tldman went with them. The following took cars: Chris Brandt, W. H. Stott, and Supt. Tldman. Oscar and • Roy Budlong drove to Cedar Rapids Saturday to visit Arthur Jay Budlong who attends Coe College. They returned Sunday, bringing Arthur Jay with them. The Roy Budlongs drove to Biirt Sunday to visit the Stoutenbergs and the Albert Langworths, Ocea- bena, Minn., who are visiting the Stoutenbergs. Theodore Carries, Manson, attended the funeral of John Ricklefs Sun- Cleaiied-Pressed- flk Repaired A Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone NO A day quilting bee was held Tues- afternoon at Mrs. William Eich's, and attending were Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Mrs. Mary Simons, Mrs. John Raskopf, Mrs. William Arndorfer, and Mrs. Anna Huschka. Refreshments were served. Frying Fat Causes Burns- Mrs. Charles Stufflick recently had one of her hands badly burned with hot fat while she .was frying meat which had just been butchered. A doctor treated the burns and she is recovering. — For Service — DRY CLEANING- ECONOMY PRICES Here's economy doubled and redoubled. It's economy to resort to Dry Cleaning to prolong the life of your garment and it is double economy to send it to us where you get the best of service at the lowest prices. Modern Dry Cleaners The Valetor Pressing Service PHONE 537 Llcktelgs Have Mew Son— Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig are the parents of a boy, born January 13. They also have two girls. Josephine Bruning Is assisting with the housework. Fusbendcr Store Is Invoiced— Mrs. Mary Fasbender, who has a store here, has been Invoicing during the last week, with the assistance of Cecelia Klein, daughter of William Klein. Blood-Poisoning Patient Improves— Chase & Sanborn's SEAL BRAND DATED COFFEE SALE FOR LIMITED TIME BEGINNING THURSDAY- Seal Brand Dated Coffee, all you want at ___89c 11». Kraft's package cheese of all kinds packed in half- pound cartons gQ C VBLVEETA, a delicious cheese food. Get to know Kraft's cheese. Long's The Cheerful Service Store. y afternoon. Mr. Ricklefs and Mr. Carries wera formerly neighbors. "•• Mrs. R. C. -Ball entertained at ft 1 o'clock bridge luncheon last Thursday. Mrs. Wood won low score and Mrs. Pendergast won.high score. The Gilbert Nelsons drove to Mason City Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, who Is a patient In a hospital there. The Methodist Aid served a supper In the basement of the Methodist church Friday evening. Receipts totaled $36. The freshmen entertained the other classes at a party Friday , even- Ing, Games were played and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson entertained Mrs. Adamson's sister and her family from Hardy over the week-end. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Boye Tleclens Tuesday, January 6. The baby weighed eight pounds. The H. E. Rachuts^ spent the week-end with relatives at Mason city. •.,,_' 2 PARTIES HONOR UNION GUEST WHO RESIDJSJN WEST Union Twp... Jan, 27 —Mrs. Eliza beth Brandt and her' son.' Edward left ^Sunday .for their home ..at Wapato, Wash'.,' v after two-'-weeks at Rudolph Will's -and with other relatives fit L/otts Creek and Whttte- morei Mesdames • Will and Brandt are sisters,. and their mother, Mrs.. Joseph Leininger: Sr., past 85, lives With'.the' 1 -Wills. ;' Last Thursday' evening Mr. and Mrs. 'Rudolph Will entertained 2ti relatives-. In honor- ;of ,their guests, and "500" :' : was playeil, Mrs.. Jos. Leininger and .FVknkjMelne : winning the high scores^ Mrs. Arnold Melne and Rudolph Will the low. Late In the evening a tray lunch was served by the host and hostess. . Saturday evening Mrsi Brandt was honored by Mr.'and Mrs. Will lam Rich, -who entertained 30 relatives -and other, friends. . Five-hundred was played at five tables, Esther Light taking the high honors and William Drayton -the low. Mrs. Brandt was reared in this county, and has been a. friend since girl hood or Mrs. Rich. Slub Observes Silver Anniversary— Twenty-five years ago Mrs. Libbie Carroll, now deceased, called together at her home a gro^up of women, who organized the Mathers and Daughters club. This club has been meeting regularly ever since, and has sponsored many worthwhile community projects. This week Thursday Mrs. Helen Vogel, Burt daughter oC 'Mrs. Carroll and a merri ber of the M. & D. club, will be hostess to the club at a silver an ....„.,»-„ tnettlntf. RQ'l 'CAJi be**luB recollections, and'all listen in on station St. t>. C. Mrs. Treosle Brace gives a group of songs and Mrs. Clara Thompson plays the piano. , Nome InnpeHd No, 4 Pnpll*— Antoinette 'Bonnstetterj Algona- Humboldt public school nurse, ln« spected -the Dist. No. 4 school and pupils last week Friday. For some years Miss BoSinstetter has made semi-annual Inspections of ourjseveh schools', This health work was at first sponsored by the Mothers arid Daughters club, later by the board. This year, as an economy, measure, the board did not sponsor the work', but Dis't. No. 4 patrons felt that It was too valuable ,to be discontinued, so this school Is paying for two Inspections frptn money earned at a sdclal last fall. Klpht I'npJls Win Certificates— Gertrude Sage, Dist. No. 4 teach er, has received from County Supt. Shlrlr.y certificates of award for 100 perfect spelling lessons during the past school year for the following pupl's: Bernndlne Mahoney, Law- i-r.nce Alt, Alice'Mahoney, Pearl Alt, Hazel Jenklnson, Curtis Word, Dorothy Alt, and Dorothy Ward. Other Union News On Friclny, February 6, the,eighth grade pupils of the township will write county examinations in read Ing, history, spelling, physiology, and. muse. Pupils-from the stand drd schools will be exempt from the last two subjects. 'Mr., and Mrs, Robert Leason Jr., entertained 1'6 teouples last wieek Tuesday evening. Cards and a lunch furnished ,entertainment. GASH LOANS Automobile Loans -r- Refiriancing. Payments cut down. . Special Loan • Service to farmers for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have. Convenient terms. Loans made at once. . No delay. WESTERN CREDIT CO. Phone 55, Algona, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. That's what they all say when they see the wonder! ful values we are offering in our big new line of bed-l room suites. We are-now starting this beautiful line of suites in I combination walnut at the unusually low price of I $57.50 The first shipment 0 (l our new spring Arni-l strong's linoleum li ne | • has just arrived, and we| now have a variety oil patterns to choose from I Every piece of goods in our stock is in fi ra t| quality guaranteed mer-l chandise and you donqtl have to worry about the I wearing quality when you are protected by THE! ARMSTRONG GUARANTEE. HERE IS A BIG SPECIAL OFFER FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY With every room of linoleum or rug sold amounting! to $10.00 or over we will give absolutely FREE one! of our new large-size chemically treated floor mops] which regularly retails at $1.50. Exchange Your Old Furniture for New at Richardson's FURNITURE EXCHANGE WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS Advance Want Ail for Quick Result Bloom's Final Clearance jg ^^^^ il - U!lllli ^ i ^ > ^Mli||i|| CES Now is the TIME TO BUY. WE'VE MARKED GOODS DOWN to such rediculously low prices that will induce thrifty shoppers to buy their needs for some time to come Specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9/4 bleached SHEETING 29c Yard .wide Good grade sheeting, yd. 36-in. wide PERCALES Light or dark shades —tub fast, A ~ nhe linen finish Very special for this per yard 9V tubing, Limit, 10 yards, per yard 42-in. pillow TUBING fi 19c 72x90 '»6-in. Wide M05LIH SHEETS CHfttUES Real .value in bed sheets . •__• '•-; New patterns in dark 59C « ^h" Up V * V grounds, yd. MV Ladies' Rayon and Wool Stockings All good shades, fashioned stockings SAL-E-PAX Sanitary napkins, 4%Q.A 3 boxes for wvC Children's Stockings Good wearing stock- Ings, alj sizes, pair— twice before she got relief. George Ludwlg Jr., who has had The Misses SchiKe, and Botsford, blood-poisoning i n one of his hands, Men's Jersey Gloves Men's warmly knitted 4 AA gloves, pair . JLUv Work Rubbers Men's heavy duty Af f Q work rubbers, pair . 9JL« J.«f Men's Dress Shirts Fancy broadcloth dress shirts Tablets School tablets, J || _ regular 5c, now 3 for .. HIC J. & P. Coats Thread All sizes, black and white, Be spools, here t & G. Soap 29c Limit 10 bars, sold to adults only Boys' Sweaters, 98c Palm Olive Soap 3 bars \ M • _ for .15C Limit 3 bars to adults only. Boys' Work Rubbers __79c Cotton Socks Men's cotton socks, black, brown, or steel, pair Fancy Dress Socks Men's fancy rayon silk 4 A _ dreas socks, pair JL WV Boys' Overalls Blue denim suspender back overalls Featherproof Ticking Improved.finieh standard 8-oz. cloth, per yard 26c Men's 4-buckle Overshoes "Hood's" red all rub- her, extra duty ..... Boys' All-Wool Blazers -.$148 Flannel Shirts Men's heavy flannel work shirts, <full cut ___ Work Jackets Men's blue denim blanket lined jackets, well made; full cut _„__„ 220 'denim Overalls Triple stitched, full cut, well made, sizes 32x42, $1.25 value _. Underwear Men's ribbed union suits, values, now only _ Pants Men's good grade work pants, _fl48 $2.25 values, now. j Ladies' Rayon Bloomers Fine woven rayon non- ~ run, new pastel shades— Children's Shoes Assortment of shoes or oxfords for school A 4 4|A wear, at . , 9l«4V Ladies'Skirts All-wool skirts In the new styles different A* AQ shades......... .. 91«9C) Men's and young men's Suits , Values up to $19.50, good styles.] wool materials, —.-*•! to clean up at ----, Mercerized Stockings Ladies' full mercerized 40(1 stockings, per pair , **V'I , Pure silk Stockings Silk to top stockings, good shades „_„,;.„._Full-fashioned Stockings Pure thread. silk stock- Ings, good $i,25 value — Ladies' Felt For final clean-up gale Children'* T*m* Big assortment to ""* choose from , ,.,,—,— Ladies' Slipper* Good assortment ot patent «» . strap «1 Qfl slippers, at , PT fNl^j _^— . • l "' -""'' lia -- L uwiSSiiiiiwwKiM*"* 1 Bloom's Store - Algona. low

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