Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1931
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(ft 1 KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA ORCHESTRA dent. 22-fhe school mus- "ant is to have a new '"'"* piano, since It Is im- one up to to play. In Clarence De- Henderson , Bratey', saxophone; John- 1 * n d Bnvin Rioter.otart- Froellch, drums; Kend- 7 Michael Wingert, Cllf- ' Garman, and Helen Fran- hospital, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Theron Hansen. All ladles are invited to a bridge I and "500'' party to be given at the 'lodge hall Saturday rifternoon. Mrs. Ernest Hutchlnson is quite sick with throat trouble. Mrs. Milda Miles Is caring for her. The Deal 'Em bridge club met with Mrs. H. J. Braley last Thursday afternoon. George Goet?, ami Homer T^awson took Homers son, ulchard, back to Ames Friday. The George Spanglera, Everly visited her parents here Sunday. Edward Kurtz, Madison, Wis., here for a few days' visit. Karl Eric Killsholm was sick few clays last week. The roof of St. Joseph, church being re-shlnglod. ' SOCIETY HEARS GOOD PROGRAM AT IRVINGTON are 17 freshman- girls In , u c science class. New other Items will be Ini; New tools, etc., are be ng tea tor the manual training TWO BANCROFT WOMEN ATTEND NATIONAL MEET home of her brother liewls, of Lotts Creek, where her mother, Mrs. Fred Hnckbnrth, is critically 111 with influenza and heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. August Scheppmnn, parents of Henry Scheppman, and August Scheppman, nephew of Henry, nil ot J->ako Field, Minn., spent Friday nnd Saturday at the Henry Scheppmnn farm home. Milk Drops When Horse Runs Away i Irvtngton, Sept. 22 — The Missionary society met Friday at the church. The meeting was opened President Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl. Minutes of the last meeting were rend by Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, and roll call wns answered by scripture verses. Prayers were offered by Mesdames Schlchtl, Boldrldge Whittemore, Sept. 22—L,ast week j ,.,^..-,., , Wednesday morning milk came The Aid met insl week Thursday! down wlth a , nang when the horse afternoon nt the annex. Sixteen' and Roncy, and the turned over to the meeting was leader, Mrs. , . VVIckwirs. Duets were sung by Mes- members nnd visitors attended. Hostesses were MewlamCH Cox and Jjemkee. Mrs. P. W. Grolee and Mrs. Henry Ijofing and daughter .Teanie, spent several days last week at the A. McLean home. Bdwtird Mavvdsley, who has 1>een improving his fann, is now building a wall under the porch and new erty for sale that will bring that amount above taxes.—Call Advance. 22p2-3 FdR SALE—14 HEAD OF ANGUS calves, four 2-year-old steers, one Angus 2-year-old bull, one roan 2- year-old bull.—Conrad Rahn, Lone Rock, phone 34-16. 30p2 dames Schichtl nnd Roney, and'j A general supper will be served Mrs. A. McLean gave a reading, The at the church annex October 2 from 16 o'clock till till are hitched to the milk wagon became frightened in the alley back of the Zumach store and ran away with the wagon. The loft rear wheel of the wagon collided with a telephone pole, in the runaway, tearing the wheel nnd throwing out a part of the morning's supply of milk. Connie Doyle, driver, was delivering, nnd was not in the wagon. Rev. Mr. afternoon Arlene Haynes last juu, evening entertained members'-of the Girls' In- Sunday school class, and er Florence Hansen. This » organized, and holds meet- lery two weeks. There is a .study period, and following a I, hour refreshments are served. »i'.Home Service Sunday— J local Congregational church hold Harvest Home services Sunday morning, afternoon and U,ng Members of the Upper Plat i Hrltt churches have been In' Swill be entertained in the of local members. The pastor, ',. Mr. Bernstein, will speak jn [morning, and the " — thgate, Brltt, in the j evening.. ; , Moore Goes to Conference— ie Methodist W. F. M. S. will it with Mrs. Raymond Hansen week Friday afternoon. The and Mrs. Moore leave this week lay for Estherville to attend feference. Mr. Moore, who as a taker Is the peer of any pastor , m recent years, delivered an at and eloquent sermon Sun- p morning. „, Members Give Picnic— •he Legion Auxiliary held its reg- t meeting last Thursday evening, j the "K to W" members then en- Jtained the "A to K" members at Iwiener and marshmallow roast, in preston Chapln's grove, -rio divisions take turns in en- Claming, and the character of the a surprise to the Bancroft, Sept. 22—Mrs. W. A, Murray, Mrs. J. A. Devine and Mrs. Jesse tlnderkofler, of Brltt, left Saturday for Detroit to attend the American Legion and Auxiliary's national conventions. They will also visit at the J. E. Hlggins home in Detroit. Mrs. Hlggins is a sister of Mrs. Devine, Mrs. Underkofler and Model Church. The Rev. A. Eng lish ottered prayer. Piano selec lions were played by Mrs. Karl Miller and Mrs, K. P. Roney; After the opening exercises several articles on the national and foreign topics were read and discussed. Several Congregational hymns were sung. The meeting was closed with the Lord's Prayer. Twenty-three were served supper In the annex by the hostesses, Mesdames O. Miller and H. Sabln, and $5.80 was taken In. Charges nre i'25c and 35c. T served, FOR SALE — 1826 MODEL T Ford coupe body; also some 30x3% tires; generator and starter for Model T. — Otis Sanders, Lone Rock. 21P2 FORD JIOW FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- shire boars. Sired by Promotion Jr. and Ringmaster. Good, priced right. Raised on clean ground.—S. A. Butcher, Armstrong. 21p2-5 Sexton The Aid met Friday with Mrs. Otto Ncuman. afternoon There was Mrs. Murray's husband. Sells Truck Load of Chickens— J. H. Welp returned last week Wednesday from Chicago, where he took a truck load of chickens. He had two tons of chickens on Tuesday's market. Mr. Welp owns the Welp hatchery and the Welp produce. Storm Blows Out Transformer— During the wind and rain storm here Saturday evening the cente transformer in back of Droessler 1 market blew out and all the light on the north side of main stree were out for two hours. •rimiiry Department Planned— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on, How Did Jesus Walk, "he text was taken from 1 John :1. Seventy-tour attended Sunday chool services. Beginning the first Sunday in October a primary department will be organized. All children from the cradle roll age up to 111 will be included. The pu- ills will be grouped into three classes according .to their ages. There will be a superintendent, and musical instructor. This department has been organized solely for the benefit of the children, who up to this time, have not been able to take an active part In the opening exercises, In which the older classeh participate. a good attendance despite the rainy afternoon. The following officers were elected: president. Mrs. Veda Hedrick; vice president, Mrs. Dorothy Steven; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Harvey Stevens. After the election Bible study was conducted by Mrs. Skow, and lunch wn.s served. Mr. Jennings, the stock buyer, shipped a load of cattle to the Pittsburg market from Sexton Sat- rday. Dr. and Mrs. L. AV. Fox and baby •ere callers in Sexton Sunday, and Doctor Fox inspected some cattle hat had been shipped to Bob Young by his brother, Clint Young, of Tery, Mont. Everything is dried up in Montana. Mary Harris spent the week-end Storm and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Me- Murray, of Algona. The Andle Bnken family Is visit ing Mrs. ( ,1ohn Huff Jr. The Baker •fiii-nlly formerly lived In Sexton but now 'live In Mason City. Mrs. Huff is n. daughter of the Bakers. There was n. heavy storm here Saturday evening nt about 6 o'clock and another one at midnight. The latter caused damage at different places around here, turning over FOR SALE—QUALITY HOLSTEIN bulls from high producing dams. C. T. A. records. Large enough for service. Will trade for corn or heif- 5.—C. R. Schpby, Algona. 24p2&'4 DON'T ~BUY~UNTiL YOU'VE SEEN the new Super-Active Battery at Gambles. A sure fire starter in winter. 17-plate—light cars—$6.75 exch . 10-plate—large cars—$8.95 exch. 28-2 chicken houses buildings. and other small Want Ads FOR SALE—SPOTTED POLAND China bred sows and some long heavy-boned boar pigs now weigh ing 200 Ibs. or better. Anton Vam men, Ringsted, Iowa, farm located miles north, 1 mile west of Fenton 34u52eo^ •mm '"' i 1'l'if AHDARO OILCOHWHY r inforgmtem IndimafM FOR RENT — 5-ROOM house.—Call Advance. at Is always |her group. „, Baseball Games Planned— mr baseball team'.will''play Woi here this week Tuesday after„„. The team will So to Renwick Its week Wednesday, and will play Irwith this week Friday. Last eek's games were postponed be- ise of bad weather. Other Wesley News. Mrs. George Aldrich entertained i Study club last Thursday after- ion at the first meeting of the Members responded to roll 111 by naming a political leader. [is. A. M. Lease had charge of the Bson on "Communism." Mrs. Henry jott, Seneca, B present. Becomes Hamilton County Mrs. G. S. Underkofler left Thurs day for Webster City, where she wi be employed as county nurse: Mr Underkofler is a registered nurs and before her marriage was Mar Leslie. Bancroft Defeats Charles City— Bancroft Lions won the baseball game here Sunday from Charles City 2-1. Bancroft got four hits and Charles City got three. Lichliter was the pitcher for Bancroft. Other Bancroft News. The Mrs. Bridget Quinn family were dinner guests at the Dan Burns home in Emmetsburg Sunday. Tom Quinn, of Omaha, who has been visiting his mother here for the last month, went on to Omaha from Emmetsburg after meeting his brother James, at Pocahoritas, .and riding to Omaha with him. James is working at Little Sioux now. Mike Rustemeier left Saturday on a three weeks vacation. He spent several days with his son William at Eagle Grpve, and from there he went to Denver, Colo., to visit relatives, tie will visit a brother at Portland, Colo., and a sister at Linc- FormiT Resident's Husband Dies— James Kirby, of Chicago, bus band of Elizabeth Schichtl, niece o V. j. Schlchtl here, recently died of intestinal flu and ulcers of th stomach, Mr. Kirby was a teache of law in a Chicago colege. H leaves, besides his wife, one son Maurice, 15. The funeral was held at Williamsburg. Mrs. Kirb is well known to many here and 1 Algona. grapher She formerly was a steno for Sullivan & McMahon vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John MODERN 7pl-2 MODERN Close in. HOT3SE FOR —Call 85 2. RENT. 8u2 SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT.— Mrs. F. W. Green. 7u47tf USED COLE'S HOT BLAST heat' ing store for sale.—Advance. tf honorary member, [Lou Wlngert, his mother, and his Jotherless son, who is now nearly ko years old, returned Saturday af- Irnoon, following a two weeks' visit J Ladysmith, WIs., with friends and Natives, Including Mr, Wlngert's \ther-ln-law, Mr. Leonard, and his Jeter, Mrs. Franzen. •Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester, who love to Fort Dodge Saturday, were flight in the storm returning;. Here, storm appeared threatening, but the whole we got oft lucky. A Ing rainbow Sunday evening, pre oln, Neb. Pauline Kockler, R. N., returned to Melrose, Minn., Friday after a five days visit with her aunt, Mrs. John Kockler. Miss Kockler is su- lerintendent at the hospital at Melrose. She visited relatives in St. 21oud a few days before returning to work. Dr. and Mrs. Lynch and daughter Joan, of Sioux City, spent Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday at the Mrs. Mary Segar, G. D. Hart, and J. . an all-day rain kurth day of rain. Monday, the [Mr, and Mrs. Ben/Pelt returned pturday from Mason City, where had spent the week with Mrs. r .;*Felt. Mr. Felt's: mother Is living her house papered and paint- inside and out, and the Felts will ;urn for another week, to,super- tend and assist. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Craln , and tie daughter, St. Louis, and Mrs. [emon Benner and' her son Burton, ' lahoma City, came from Algona t week Tuesday to visit Wesley itlvea. They accompanied Harry urls, who made a business trip to J farm. . ' . Mr. and Mrs. Fteher attended the Feral of his grandfather, .iMr. Mc- Pabb at Britt Wat week, Monday. lunday the Fishers were at Brjtt to W. Williams homes. Mrs. Lynch is a daughter of Mrs. Segar and a sister of Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Williams. Florence McGlllian, her brother Joe Recker, and Merwln Holding, of Burt, spent Sunday at the B- H Recker home In Charles City. Mi •Recker is a brother of Joe Reckei Sr. and Is in the contracting business at Charles City. Mrs. Blanch Beckner and daughter Grace spent 'Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Launder at Council Bluffs Mrs. Launder Is a niece of Mrs Beckner. Mrs. Beckner is manage at the local telephone office. •Mr. and Mrs. George Breen, o Woden, and Mrs. Peter Koppen, o Lakota, visited at the Mrs. M. L Schiltz home Tuesday. Mrs. Koppen and Mrs. Schiltz are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker and Bob ble and Bonnie McGilligan visited a the Henry Recker home in Buffal Center Sunday. The F. H. Meschers also visited there Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Conlon and three children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Conlon's mother In I—-«j ,, Ito f taiicia wer« av -tn^vi. *•' pbrate the birthday of Mrs. Fiah '* mother, Mrs. Hawk. ' Uua Studer and two friends fro m Dodge and Lake Mills, left . 'ay morning to look over the Kuatlon in the oil fields of Okla- and Texas, with a vlew> to pos- ouiiuaj «**••* •*"•• • —- ,. Fort Dodge. Mr. Conoln owns the Conlon bakery. Frank Theia Is working at the creamery in Ringsted while the, tout- termaker there is on his vacation. Mr. Theis went over Monday morning. > investments. he Olaf Funnemark family aided services Sunday at the Sen- Lutheran church, of which they members. They took dinner with « family of the pastor, the Rev. If- Saude. to- James Adams came Saturday .spend a short vacation with his nther, Dr. F. L. Adams, James, who ""w up in Wesley, has a. position i hospital at Akron, Ohio. lil 1 ' 8 ' ^ ett te Tuugeson and her FMldren, Including My. and Mrs- --> "-W*1«Vt*l*jP 4Jf*^« 1|^««M Hodges and Mrs. Niles, 'Ping and visiting -<at Mason last week Wednesday, ' Btor Bonnstetter Is testing cat- 1 Wesley and Prajrle townships- Bonnstetter and. their two chll- w> returned Sunday from a visit 'tGoodell. The Charles Murphys, their niece, af " 1 " 1 - Miller, and thft Ralph Val. —, Algona, picnicked, at West m? s< "wlay and vlsiteS the grotto. *I1B Rnv VlAlnncitApa visited the Ppctor Smith A H Foth and his wife's mother, Mrs Josephine Becker, were at Buffalo Center on business last Wednesday Mr. Foth is the local plumber. Mr. and Mrs. John Lethert and daughter Antoinette returned to their home in Minneapolis after a week at the A. H. Fuch home hew- The Nick S. Krapp family, of Mason City, spent Sunday at the Mrs. John Kockler home. Mr, Krapp is a brother of Mrs. Kockler. The Vincent Lattimers are their home in Bancroft again, worked with the paving crew She plans to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. Mary Schichtl, at Cedar Rapids. The news of Mr. KIrby's death came through Mrs. Roy Blythe, of Chicago. Mrs. King Low with Cancer— Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beardsley, of Algona, and Hattie Lowe, Vicksburg, Mich., who has been at the Mark Parsons home left lost Tuesday for lola,' Kan., to be with Mrs. Finn King, who is reported low. with cancer of the liver. Mrs. Beardsley, Mrs. King, and Miss Lowe are sisters. The Stanley Parsons family, also recen? guests at the Mark Parsons home, returned home to Chokio, Minn., last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gress, other guests will not return to their home at Homer, N. D., till some time next week. Edith Reed 'Conies for Visit— Edith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, former Algona merchant, recently spent several days with the Morris and M. De L. Parons here, and the Frank Shackle- ords, at Algona. Miss Reed Is now iving with the Rev. Leon Dudleys, at Goodland, Kan. Mrs. Dudley is a sister. Miss Reed teaches music at Goodland. She went to Belmond Sunday, where she will visit a few days before going on to Des Molnes, then to Ottumwa where she will visit her only brother, Dr. Sumner Reed. Ralph Wober to Help Fox— Ralph Weber, Coldridge, Neb., came Sunday to be associated with Dr. L. W. Fox, of Algona, in testing cattle for tuberculosis. Ralph shipped a large herd of hogs, which he had bought in Kansas to feed, to his father's farm here to finish fattening. He reports grain scarce in Kansas because of hot dry,weather and grasshoppers. Jolm Bramlow Suffers Stroke- John Brandow, who with his fam lly attended the Golden Wedding of Mr- and Mrs. M. De L. Parsons a week ago Friday, suffered a slight stroke shortly after returning to his home at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Brandow Is the eldst daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. De L. Parsons, Other Irvington News, Mrs. WilUam Boldrldge entertained at a party last week Thursday evening in honor of Mr. Bold- ridges birthday, Many friends and neighbors were guests. The evening was spent In a social way, and refreshments were served at a late Mrs. Andrew Funk- hap been spending much of her time at the Harris. A family reunion was held at the Mack Wise home Sunday in honor of William Wise, of Houston, Tex., who has been spending the summer at the home of his mother, Mrs. G. B. Wise. There were 72 in attendance. William left for his home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Packard and daughter Lois spent the weekend in Iowa City with a son. Mrs. John McMahon and baby boy came home from the Kossuth hospital ' last week Tuesday. Edith Greenfield is helping Mrs. McMahon with her housework at the present. The Harvey Steven family enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mrs. Steven's brother, John Wermersen and his wife, of Hutchlns, and Mr. Steven's brother, Roy Steven, and his family, of Woden. , The funeral of, J. H. Huff Sr., which was held Tuesday afternoon POLLED SHORTHORN Pure-bred bull for sale cheap..—E.. J. Widen Corwith 10P 1-2-3-4 FOR"RENT — SMALL HOUSE IN town. Partly modern. — / Call 2F31. 10p2 - S orchegtras . Partly modern. — / Call WHY NOT DANCE TO THE BEST? Grant Moore nnd His Brunswick Recording New Orleans 11 Black Devils—a R%adon, Sioux City, Ballroom attraction— COLISEUM, TlTOJfKA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 Iowa's most beautiful ballroom, the only place of any note between Mason City and Fort Dodge — "The half-way place"—60 miles from each city and 10 miles north of the paving. The 'only ballroom playing the genuine, and the big, recording FOR SALE—HARLEY DAVIDSON motorcycle. Size 74, 1928 model.— Edward Froehlich, Wesley. 12p2 SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT; also storage for one car.—Mrs. W. Spurbeck, 801 E. State St. 13pl-2 B. W. 8HEPARD, Mgr. P. S. If some of you have cut your dancing down to once a week by all means make the Coliseum, Titonka, the ballroom beautiful, with her recording orchestras, your headquarters. McCORMICK-DEERING corn picker with motor mounted for sale cheap.—Call Advance. 12p51-2-3 LOST — GOLD BAND RING AT fairgrounds near Catholic stand. Notify Mrs. Hugh Jennett, Algona. 14p2 FOR SALE OR TRADE—FORDSON tractor, mounted with Bell City corn picker.—A. A. ,Schipull, Lu Verne. 15pl-2 of last week at the Sexton church, was largely attended. Burial was made in the Wesley cemetery. Mrs. Harvey Steven has been sick for a few days but is improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick have been enjoying a visit from their niece and nephew, Margaret and Howard Hedrick. They drove to Mason City Sunday and spent the day with the children's mother, Mrs. Helen Hedrick. Margaret returned home with the Orville Hedricks and will stay with them this' winter. Sunday was the last Sunday of the conference year and the Rev. Mr Moore left to attend the conference Tuesday. Sunday the yearly election of officers of the Sunday school was held and the following named: Superintendent, Mrs. Harvey Steven, assistant superintendent, Herman Wise; secretary. Edith Greenfield; treasurer, Neva Olsen; librarian, Lloyd Steven; pianolst, Edith Greenfield; supt. of cradle roll, Mrs. A. L. Greenfield. The Aid will hold their annual supper and bazaar October Ilia at the Sexton hall. The George Aman family enjoyed a visit Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kupsback, of Whitte. more, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esser and sons, James and Vincent, of Algona. Sunday visitors at the Alva Mc- Murrays were Mr. and Mrs. John AT THE POPULAR PRICED studio. 10 photos lOc. Open Saturday and evening. — Over Steele's Store. 15u tf FOR SALE — ALBERT SYSTEM clarinet in A No. 1 shape, with case and music, price $20.—Charles McMahon, Sexton. 18pl-2 DON'T PUT OFF TAKING a 'business course. Get busy. Now is the time—Write Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. 19p2 INVEST YOUR MONEY AT 8 PER cent in real estate. Algona prop- RECTAL CLINIC Ambulant Proctology.' Hemorrhoids (piles) and other forms of rectal trouble Colon trouble, colitis, consti pation. NON-CONFINING, CONSERVATIVE, PAINLESS, OFFICE TREATMENT Five dollars per call. Six to ten calls usually sufficient. WRITE FOR BOOKLET Sinus infection, rheumatism, neuritis treated by special methods. DR. R. W. SHULTZ 218-19-20, First National Bank Bldg., Mason City, la. IHIS car raced through a year's average mileage in 24 day*— during the 13-car lubrication study conducted by the ConteA>, Board of the American Automobile Association on the Indian* apolis Speedway. See it at your Ford dealer next week. Its sturdy engine still hums as sweet as you please. Your engine. too, will be kept in this fine condition by New Iso-Via—the only- motor oil that will not thin out from dilution. A.A.A. REPORT certifies to excellent lubrication by ttew Ito-Vlt in Ford 1 Iso-Vis Motor Oil did not m.p.h.—less than Iqt. At higher thin out from dilution. speeds, all oils showed greatly foil During the entire test of 9,000 miles, all parts of engine and chassis were lubricated effectively. 3 Consumption: Iso-Vis 50 (Heary) in 1,000 mile test at 30 nir*J*J+MOl U»V UWW WM.W r, v« creased consumption. 4 Carbon: only 6.7 gram* per cylinder at 30 mile* p«r boor. using Iso-Vis 50 (Heavy). 5 Cylinder Wear: too alight to measure. . » o -vi & OTOR Ol ()2eui CSolarinemlioitnlln»d by oar nrwpm»f*—firing* . «n •fflertney which it •xc*vi*d only by N*w Ito-Vit. The print im 35o m qmm* STANDARD OIL COMPANY (/««K« M > READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS LOANS $300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. Can be re paid by small equal monthl; payments. Our new paymen extension plan protects YO1 when sick or out of employ ment. MONEY FOR TAXES AND SCHOOL For Immediate serrlce, call write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY ' Phone BTo. 698 v Bepresentlnr Federal Finance Co* Dei Molnei OUR SEMI-ANNUAL SALE OF HCUSIWAiB Brings real opportunities to you for savings on the items you want for every day use. New "wells** shape "Ivory" Dhmerware. Cup and saucer Ivory plates, 7-inch Nappies, 7-inch Fruits, 4-inch Milton high school. Vln near Sunday with their son Milton Is a coach at the Catholic Ladles' Missionary vll! meet Thursday after- , H * has beeq earned unon ', 3 ' Ll Overly Wndicitts Ctt ^ *" for some operated hoe- uJHfflPjgfb Jrvingtpn. Sept. 22 — John Voudt, of " wafl uncpJWM^® *or s v .-• _.» Special lOc lOc 19c 5c IOC Alarm Clocks Colored cases, 24-hour brass movement 98c Bowls, med. size SPECIAL For this event Chemically treated Dust Mops Regular $1.00 mop, large size in green cotton yarns. Every Day Kitchen Needs Enamelware Trade to AUowawce On your old Itiup on rtit purchase price of a ncw ALADDIN MANTEL LAMP Kohlhaas Paring knives, assorted shapes ——. Champ, Collander, 11 i-2 in. Vegetable forks for every need Rolling pins, select maple -——. Mixing spoons, slotted, plain —.,---. Fancy mixing bowls, 4-piece set -— ------Dust pans, black Japanned r —Steel spiders. No. 9 size » Lamps, complete Syrup jug, green — - — Lamp chimneys-., Percolator tops, 2 for — -------- 4 A A 4> W 12 Quart Galvanized Featuring special, a Graham Greater Value. Wash basin Windsor dipper Convex kettle Pudding pan, 4 quart Palls. 12 quart Splint Clothes Baskets, Oblong shape, closely woven »8c lOc 15c lOc !!° - tOe we 59c tOc Window Shades The most popular quality in two fil?es. Six Seven ifoojt foot Standard oU cloth Oil cloth squares- No, Two Galvanized A regular 69c wheeling tub priced excep- tionaly low 1 . Silver ball rods Round sash rods Curved end rods Flat rods, double Shoe soles for 4 AA men. women boys* W Bixby's liquid polish, black, brown and tan „,-„-. For wholesome, fid «0ek|Bff. The cooks use Aluminum Pudding pan, 9 quart ,-.,„-,-*. Double bojlers ,—,...,.. tot t quart Oval -r — T , Angel cake pan, IQ-in. ^j.,, 4 *««rt strajner pan ,, •Thirty-Two piece thew floral

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