Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1931 · Page 11
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KOSStrpH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA GROCERIES •THIS FAMILY STORE vnnr want list from this advertisement Not. 7 t^Aafu hut n. saving on everVUfiYnvmi | Or . leaders, but ft saving on every 1 item. you • * * » T- tt *~ w y* 11 Bre 8ellln 8r buy Tour groceries here. A saving Item yon bny »<*on rnrts Into dollars. 1 At lie a a penny "Every P«y *» Bargain Day Here Butter, Ib. . 26c •We can please any tast& -COFFEE can- 80c . Max-well s House, Ib. .--..Jute i i itnhn.' vncnum Virginia Sweet, Ib. ^ _._»« Urcli .»»»" __^ 8ac Monnreli Hreakfnst—^—.25c Ickcd •""Hello World* can — —89c LWSPECIAL.STEEL CUT COFFEE,,LB. l»c uw*?_'f.« «^»rr« a ib. can ,______. IK " [hnson's Floor Wax, >ge. can49c I9e ,Bose Bice, 5 Ibs. -—24c 4 Ibs. _-___.l._._i t 28c Apricots, fimcy, !!»«•• _li)c I'aro V\e Hnrs, 2 Ibs 25c Monarch Taplocu, jikgv lOc Matches, 0 boxes for 15c [ME. WHOLE SLICES,LGE. CAN .. 19C r not try a can of our White Lily Early June Peas? 17c grade—our price, lOc. i. j ar?c cftn __; 10c Golden Bantam Corn lOe tCorn, large can——lOc Spinach, tall can —...lOc loe« large can —-—lOc- Green Cut Beans, cnnv.i-ilOc Monarch We Sal Soda, large lOc M fj j a |(, e „„ lOc. . Pumpkin, large can lOc hat will you have for Desert? . Peaches and Cream? les, large No. 10 can Kirch Preserves, can — 19o arch Grape Fruit, can 19c lirch Fcaclies, S'/i sl«. l»c rch Bed Raspberries, • : _______35c Monarch Apricots, 2<4 s Monarch Blackberries, can 25c Monarch Strawberries, per .can . 80c Monarch Pears, 2% size— 85c bars P. & G. Soap 29c il'sToll Milk, 8 for —20c . Cell's Soup, 8 for .—25c tt Pork & Means, 3 for 25c tut Butter, quart Jar _29e Pink Salmon, 2 cans 25c Bed Pitted Clierrlvs 2 cans 29c Pig's Feet, pint Jar 18c Clothes Pins, 5 doz. lOc fuerkraut 2J size can, 3 for 25c , >'o. 10 can 49c apple, larg^o No. 10—7»c feots, larg:. No. 10 cans 59c , Blackberries, Irg. No. 10 —79e Blueberries, No. 10 can i..79c Dill Pickles, No. 10 can.. 59c FOIGEB'S COFFEE FQLGERS MONARCH CAKE FLOUR Sib. can Pkg. tydol, large package, 2 for 38c 'Work Shirts, blue chambray Wren's gtrlped Play Suits — We girls' Dresses, this week _: lies' House Dresses Overalls, suspender back ___ PA GET] SERVICES HELD AT FENTON FOR H, P, WEISBRAD Fenton, May 5—Henry P. Wete- >rod, prominent Fenton resident and mslness man, died at the McCreery lospltal last week Monday morning lollowlng a serious operation for lernla. Funeral services were held at 2:15 from the home and at 2:30 from the church last week Wednes- lay afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Snyder officiating, and Interment wfts made n the church cemetery. Mr. Weisbrod, eldest eon of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Weisbrod, was born at Fonton March 19, 1879. The Immediate cause of his death was streptococcus Infection following an operation April 16. He was married to Haltlo Jackson, of Lone Rock, June 20, 1901. To this union five children were born, a son Ellis dying in Infancy. Surviving children are Lester, Mrs. F. J. Worrell, of New Market, and Shelby at home. Immediately after marriage the Weisbrods established their home on a farm at Hawley, Minn., where they lived 12 years, after which they located In Fenton, when Mr. Weisbrod took a partnership in the implement business with his brother Frank. He was sole owner at the time of his death. He Is survived by his wife, children, three sisters, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mrs. John Newel, and Mrs. W. E. Stocber all of Fenton; two brothers, Frank, of Emmetsburg, and Fred, Fenton. Attending the funeral from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jackson, of Marshall, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jackson, Canby, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Hable, Siren, "VVls.; Mr. and Mrs. George Fishback, Hollandale, Minn.; Mrs. Blanche Meade, Cascade; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Worrell, Clarinda; Mr. and Mrs, F. J. Worrell, New Market; Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Newel, Hartley. children spent several days last week- at the parental H. E. Relmers home. Betty Jean and Bobby Reed, of Mason City, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. LIFE ANSWERED ATIRVINGTON Irvlngton, May .5 — The Rev, A. English preached Sunday from Luke l(i beginning- with the 19th verse. He answered the following questions which had been asked him by puzzled people, very clearly: (l) 'Is life unbroken after death? (2) Are the dead interested in the living? (3) Does the soul, Immediately after death, enter Into another life? The Rev. Mr. English's reply to these questions was yes, and he satisfactorily proved his point. There were 85 persons In attendance at Sunday school. Next Sunday several more will be taken Into the church. IRS, BUTTER SODAS, 2 IB. CADDY 25C [ s Athletic style Union Suits _______ 48c; n's fine Knit Union Suits _____^68c n's and J)oys» Sbprts , T 89c n'sAVorlt Siiirts,"all'slzeSI_——L—— 48c n's Work Socks, black and brown, pair -Sc.v , RED PITTED, HO, 10 CAN .. 790 Freeman Wolfe Sister Dies— Mr. arl( j Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, daughter Edith, Mr. Wolfe's father, Freeman Wolfe, and the latter's sister, Ellen Wolfe, Whittemore, drove to Freemont Saturday to attend the funeral of Freeman and Ellen's sister, Mrs. Mary Lee, who died last week Wednesday of heart trouble at the age of 73. Mrs. T. M. McFall 63; Party- Mrs. T. N. McFall was pleasantly surprised on her 63rd birthday Saturday when neighbors' and other friends arrived bearing gifts and lunch, including a huge birthday cake. The afternoon was spent In visiting and conversation. unay Soap 4 bars MONARCH COFFEE 011 were to pay $1 a pound for Coffee you couldn't fa finer coffee ___.._.._ :____^8 LBS. FOR $1.00 We reserve the right to limit quantities. FARMER;~ Bring- us your eggs. Drive up to our side JU your eggs, fojfct, toot your horn, and we'll feet 'em, 1 How we like to wait PU our customers I Trade your eggs tor """ dry goods, slioei,'or ready-to-wear at Bloom's. EGGS CASH: OR TRADE LOOM'S STORE •-' "•>•.'• TjBE'STQR^ pU>THB.'CO.»NE» Washers $59.50 fo $75,00 'modern fajrm hpjneg we offer either the Model 22 •wise Washer or, Challenger Washer equipped gas engine. : '' Cha "enger" Washer brought to you at an ally i 0w p r i ce wiu g 0 i v e your laundry prob- us low pric§ plages it- within the reach of Supt. IJelUen Will Leave— All . of the present teachers have signed up for another .year except Supt. G. D. Belken, who has accepted the superintendency of the Duricombe schools. Merton Otterness, Burt, lias been secured to succeed Mr. Belken. . . : '. OH Company Plans Change— At' a special meeting of stockholders of the Fenton Home Oil company 'last week Tuesday night, it was voted to reorganize as a cooperative company on a patronage dividend-paying basis. Four Days to Idaho— Word has been received , by relatives of Gordon Weisbrod • tlhat he arrived at his home at ' Nampa, Idaho, in four days after he left Iowa, traveling by'auto; New Daughter for Humphreys- Mr, and Mrs..,C. G. Humphrey are parents of an ^-lb. daughter, born Friday night, named Ruth Ellen. Ellen Carlson, Algona, is nurse in charge. '•• . • Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers entertained relatives and friends _at dinner Sunday: the Emil Elmers family, of Haifa; the Walter Krauses, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson, Armstrong, and daughter Shirley Jeani the William Elmers and Fred Jentz families, of Fenton; and Alma Schroeder, Marie Hiesler, and Lydia Meyers, Spencer. H. B. Freeks; Sioux City, and Mrs. Kleinheksel, of Archer, brother- in-law and mother of Marjorie Kleinheksel, , 7th and 8th grade teacher here, came Friday evening, and Miss Kleinheksel and Lily Rasmussen accompanied them to Archer and from there went to Sioux City, where they remained till Sunday returning via Emmetsburer; Mr, and Mrs. Robert Abernathey, Heron Lake Minn., were overnight visitors at the H,,"C.-Liridsey home last week Monday, Mr. Abernathey, who Is a cousin of H.' E. Stedman, is a general truck driver and was delivering a Hart-Parr tractor from Charles City to Heron Lake. Mrs. Geo. Bolte and children, Mrs. Geo. Gremmels, Mrs. Norman Firlnesta^ and Mrs, ;W. ill Miller and phildren mbtpred. • tp.v. Lakota last Uveek Tuesday afternoon to visit Mrs. John Jensvold at the William Turley home. Gladys Weisbrod, operator in the Sheldon-Munn beauty shop, Ames, Wi'ddinfi Anniversaries Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin and Mr. nand Mrs. M. L. Roney celebrated their wedding anniversaries at n dinner given by .Mrs. Sabin at her home Sunday. Other guests .were Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, Mrs. J. B. Robison, Mr. and Ms. Rome Robson, and Son Donald, and Mrs. Stella Sabin, of Algona. The table was decorated with pink and white carnations and candles. The pink and white, color scheme was also carried out In napkins and other accessories. Section Boss to New Job— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dauner and Mrs. James Ard drove to Owasa hast Thursday afternoon, so that Mr. Dauner, former section boss here, could report lor wprk there Friday morning in accordance with his orders. Mrs. Dauner returned with Mrs. Ard and is to remain here until a house at Owasa can be procured and until more definite arrangements can ba made. Ethel English on the Radio— . Many Irvingtonlans listened in on the program from Yankton, s. D., Sunday evening, presented by Ethel English, director, and her music club from Archer, Iowa, The chorus sang a solo and, dedicated it to her father, Rev. A. English, Algona, and Algona and Irvington friends. The program was pronounced ' splendid by all those who heard it. Frieda Miller Has Operation— Frieda Miller recently underwent an operation for infected glands. The operation was performed by Lu .Verne and Fort Dodge doctors. S'he is well on the road to recovery. 'Mrs. John Miller, mother of George and Alex Miller, is critically ill at her home east of Galbrath. WESLEY WOMAN 18 YEARS AGO DIES SUNDAY Wesley, May 6 — Nathan Studer has received word of the death, of his alster Theresa, Mrs. George Spangler, at Freeport, 111. She had been ailing for eome years with gallbladder and liver trouble, but was able to be up and about most of the time. Death occurred at 11 a. m. Sunday, and funeral services will be held at Freeport this week Wednesday morning. Burial will be at Freeport. She was born at Santa Agatha, Ontario, Can., a daughter of Amandus and Franclsca Studer; and she ( would have been 78 years of age in July. The Spanglers, who lived some years at Wesley, moved away 18 or 20 years ago. Mrs. Spangler left five daughters and three sons, of whom one is George, telephone manager at Everly. She is survived by one sister and five brothers, among whom are Nathan Studer, Wesley, and Gregory, St. Benedict. Sermon Dated — The baccalaureate sermon will lie delivered to the graduating class by the Rev. C. H. Moore at Klelnpeter's hall Sunday evening, May 17. Monday evening, May is, commencement exercises will be held at the hall, Dr. Arthur E. Bennet, Des Moines, speaker. Graduates are Gordon Kunz, Margaret Haverly, Ruth Carman, Janies Lloyd, Florence Reno, Marjorie Uhlcnhake, Alan Wester, DeEtta Angle, Ivy! Marie Kunz. Booster Meeting Monday Xiglit— An Odd Fellows' District "booster" meeting will be held at 'the local liall Monday evening. Towns represented will be Wesley, Algona, Lu Verne, Burt, Titonka. The ' Re- bekahs will assist In se'rving lunch, and the Royal Neighbors will give entered school Monday. He suffered a serious leg frftcture typ months ago, and Is. still us!ng''a'ckitch» It is expected that Mother's day will be observed. at the , Methodist church next Sunday morning, with a special sermon a soloi duet, and chorus; and a reading. ', Mrs. Bralay entertained the Deal 'Em bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Kunz won the high score. The May breakfast, given by the Methodist Aid in the church basement the morning of May 1, netted more than $16. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sage, near 1 Mason City, and their sons Alva and Roy, visited relatives at the Nettie Turgeson home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Pavlk, Humboldt, visited their son, Wm. Henderson, here Sunday. Lawrence Wlngert, a brother of Michael, visited his brother here from Saturday to Sunday afternoon The Elmer Grlggs family, Crystal Lake, was entertained at the John Ormsby home Sunday. The Wm. Wolf family, Osage visited Sunday with Mr. Wolf's cousin, Mrs. Anton Goetz. Virginia Benton and Evelyn and Martha Haynes, Manknto, spen Sunday at home. Katy Schlltz Is visiting and can vasslng at Estherville. PLAY GIVEN Br 7 GIRLS FOR THE 4 CORNER M-D CLUB their play, "They Ever. Were Delicious, Former Wesley Woman Sick— The Alfred Nelson family and Eva McCall went to'Algona'. Sunday to see Mrs. Barney Casler, formerly of Wesley, who has been seriously sick for weeks. Mrs. Ed"Casler, who has been painfully sick, .is . now able to sit up part of each day. Mrs. Milda Niles, assisted by Mrs. Axel Johnson, is still caring for her. Elilers Birthday Is Obseryed— The 88th birthday anniversary of Mr. Ehlers, father of Mrs. Guy M. Butts, wae observed' at Plymouth last week Sunday. His children and grandchildren were present, also the family of a nephew. Mr,'Ehlers is now making his home here' with Mrs., Butts. . . : Four Corners, May 5—The Mothers and Daughters club met -last Thursday with Mrs. John Rich, and roll call was answered with favorite salads. Twenty-eight members and ten visitors attended. Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. Jack Light, her two daughters, Mrs. Clarence Schendel, her three daughters, and Mona Dunn were the visitors. A solo was sung by Mrs. Carl Seip, who was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Loyd Potter! A play was then given by Irene, Grace, Edna, Leona, and LuElla Walker, HaEel Mitchell, and Ruth Rich, who had been coached by Mildred Robinson. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be on May 14 Sankey Store Has Frigidairc— Mr. and Mrs. Bert 'Sankey have had an electric Frigidaire installed in their little store at Galbraith and are selling ice cream. They report business good. Mary Miller Is now employed, doing housework at. the Sankey home while Mrs. Sankey helps in the store. Shower Honors Irma Hauptman— A miscellaneous sho\yer was given for Irma. Hauptman at the lodge hall last Thursday evening and was attended by 50 feminine friends. "Five hundred" was .the amusement of the evening, and a committee served lunch. . , . Dwight Potter is 20; Dinner— Mrs. Ben Potter, Algona, entertained at dinner Sunday evening Jn honor of her'son Dwight's twentieth birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Stiles, Myrtle Fitch, Edith Batt, Forbis and Alvin Nelson. Dwight is employed at Earl Miller's. Hospital Patient Home Again—Mrs. Aaron Steussy returned to her home last Friday following a sojourn In the Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been since an automobile accident. Friends report that she Is "recovering as well as can be expected. 4-H Club to Sell Baking— The' Lone Eagle girls' club, of Riverdale, held a meeting at tine Chet gchoby home last Saturday, A roast and picnic supper was enjoyed, The club girls will hold a' bake sale at the White grocery next Saturday. GIddlngs Birthday Is Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings entertained the A. E. Giddings family Sunday 'in honor of the senior Mr. Giddings' birthday. A yellow and white scheme was carried out in the menu,' and an angel-food birthday cake crowned the feast. cams home last visit her parents, J. Weisbrod, till ing. Edith Laage, NO ?J4CE UKK _ ; ohUiaa» Hardware week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs., L. Wednesday even____ __ _ _ teaching at Cedar Rapids" and Verona Weisbrod, student at Coe, spent the week-end at the C. F.,' C. Laage .and Mike Weisbrod homes. 'Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern, and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod attended the funeral of Grant Woods at Gowrie last week Tuesday. Louise Hengel, employed in pes Moin,es, is spending a, two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hengel and other relatives- Mr and Mrs. Leonard Rasmussen, Minneapolis, visited the former!} sister Lily Rasmussen, local teacher last week Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Nellts, Waterloo were looking after business ma.t r ters here Friday, and were dinner guests at H. C. Llndsey's. The Afternoon bridge dub was entertained at Mrs. -Et. J. Frank's Saturday and tbe higto score was won by Mrs. F. C. Bailey. ,; U» and Mrs. Marcus Lindaey visited ¥r. Llndftey's sfe.tw. Mr. and, . . Mrs. ghaj. (Giles, at Des Motaes, the, Mrs. Swtuison at Hospital— Mrs. Carl Swanson is a patient in a Fort Dodge hospital suffering with mastoid infection. An operation may be necesary, Other Irvlngton News. Mrs. Clifford Dehnert, Minneapolis, recently spent two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ben Dwenger, :and family, Friday Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict, accompanied by Mrs, Dehnert and Mrs. Dwenger, sisters of his, , drove to Minneapolis, Mrs. Dwenger and -Mr. RaTim spent the week-end at the Dehnert home before motoring back here. One of Mrs. Russell Maxwell's Larkin clubs met at the John (Brown home las,t week Tuesday evening. Tlje members were accompanied by their Jiusbands 'and bridge was played. Another club • meeting took place at the 'home of Mrs. Maxwell last Friday afternoon. •; • •;WtrC and Mrs. Curtis, . ; Slpux Falls, S; D., visited with Mrs. Charles Sankey, Bert Sankey.s, and Arthur Rileys a few days last. week. Mr. Curtis' -bad business at Humboldt but 'Mrs. Curtis stayed with relatives here. The Embroidery club met last Wednesday afternoon witlvMrs. Leo Waldschmidt, There was' a large attendance. No program was given. The Aid society will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the annex.' Mesdames O. Miller and Morris Parsons will be hostesses. Mr. and Mi'S- P. W. Grobe and the Henry Lofinga, Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the A. hpme. Frank Weber Is reported to hav« recently spent a few days visiting his youngest son Ralph at Coldridge,. Neb. , Mrs. Morris Parsons was 111 the latter part of Jastweek. . J, F, HARVEY, TEAMSTER, IS HURT WHENJEAM^RUNS AWAY J. F. Harvey, teamster, Is carry- Ing his right arm in a sling pending Juniors to Banquet Seniors— The junior-senior banjuet will take place at Algona Tuesday evening, May 19. Details are not yet made public. The senior play, "Patty Makes Things Hum," will be given at the Bell Theater Thursday evening, May 21. Ball Teams Exchange Games— Our high school team played two ball games with Whittemore last week Tuesday at Whittemore, when Whittemore won, Illr7; and here Friday, when we won, 15-4. This week we play Britt at Britt Tuesday, and Corwlth here Friday. Musical Recital Is Planned— Sister Lydia, music instructor at St. Joseph school, will present her piano and violin pupils in a recital at the lodge hall this week Thursday evening. with Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank, and roll call will be answered with the names of musical composers. A musical program will be given. Archie Walkers 25 Years Wed— The John Sabins, the Edward Riches, the Clarence Schendels, the William Riches, Mrs. Edith Rich Earl Rich, the John Riches, and the William Draytons helped Mr. and Mrs. Archie Walker celebrate their 25th Ayedding anniversary Sunday Mrs. Sabin, Edward Rich, Ear Rich, and Mrs. Walker are children of Mrs. Edith Rich. The gathering also served to celebrate Mr. Walk er's birthday. Other Four Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Norvil Mitchell, o Fairfield, and their daughter ar rived. Friday evening to visit th Etna Mitchells and remained ti Sunday. Norvil, who is a, son of Mr and ;Mrs. Mitchell, is employed at Ford garage. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer,- th Norvil Mitchells, Fairfield, Mr. an Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, Haze Mitchell, Edmund Larson, and th Noble Mitchell children spent Sun day at Etna Mitchell's. The Fern Hulings, near Brit spent Sunday at J. P. Nickerson'. Mrs. Huling, formerly Gladys Nick erson,. is a daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Nickerson. ' , Mrs. Noble Mitchell is slightly im proved, but is still under the care o a nurse, Josephine Dittmer, FOR GRADUATES To show those splendid youngsters how. much you think of their first big accomplishment, remember them with graduation gifts of permanent value. There are gifts galore at Lusby's, and all attractively priced PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN AND PENCIL SETS $5.25 and up WRIST WATCHES From $10.50 and up SIGNET RINGS Prom $8.00 and up And Hosts of Others. Special Prices on Diaries and Memory Books. LUSBY'S Drugs and Jewelry A Friendly Store. I: J For Service Let Us Store Your FURS We have made arrangements with* the MINNEAPOLIS FUR STORAGE AND REPAIR SERVICE to take care of all furs and to make necessary repairs. WE CAN GIVE YOU A REAL. CITY SERVICE Send us your Rugs "and Draperies. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537. Attractive • Absolutely New - Real Values Royal Neighbors Give Play— The Royal Neighbor play, were Deceivers, Ever," §;iven 'at the lodge hall last week Wednesday evening, was a well attended, There were nine characters, all women. • School Exhibit is Planned— A school exhibit will be given at the . schoolhouse 'Friday evening, May 15. A-• short "program will be presented in' the assembly room, at John Kilian Undergoes Operation-John Kilian 'gj\ -;underwent an operation for gall-stones at Kossuth hospital last Thursday. recovery from Injvri^ 8 *° H6W»nt8 recently when his team ran The horses 'took trlght a wheelbarrow tell off the wason. Other Wesley News. Russell Lawson, who attends Capital City Commercial college at Des Moines, spent last week at home, but returned to his work Mon. day. George Vltzthum, eighth grade pupil at the St. Joseph school, re- H.W.Po8t Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load Insured against loss and dam*: age of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 899 Algoua, Iowa. LOANS On 41JI FOrniig Seiiutity. for milch Mr. Harvey he | eU thrown pf* S We have just unpacked another big shipment of living room suites. They are as truly the most attractive numbers we have ever shpwn. It makes no difference S what type of suite it may take to fill youp particular need, you t will be able to find ~B it at Richardson's, Our display floors are filled wilth beautiful jacqiiards, high S grade mohairs, and even the superb new Cromwell Velvet with the .genuine ma- s hogany trim. - - " : It has been our ambitiorj to have an assortment of suites on our floors that s would meet with the appfpval of all our patrons, and we can now truly say that \ we are carrying as complete an assortment as has ever been shown in Algona. B Please consider this an invitation to come in and see this fine new line, OUR STORE is headquarters in Algona for the well K^ow\ ARMSTRONG LINQWSUM Our stock offers one of the most coniple';e assortments of exclusively Armstrong,! goods ever shown in Algona. ' ' FOR SATURAY ONLY we are giving one quart of pure Linoleum Lacquer with Linoleum sold at $10.00 or more, Our stock of COLUMBIA WINDOW SJIADES is Also well filled ONLY we will offer § «Tlt qwllty !'»*» sb*4e ft( §££* roonv Exchange Your Old far'New at , ' "" ^^ »' -• ' ;*.„-__ *• JU \ r *~ , Richardson's Furniture Exchi f •>-;-•

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