Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 5, 1931
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-,,;-V'. IF IT'S Low Prices You Want CWHMI VPt Tou can eaatly find , at Blooms Store. Our grocery • are m long way down, and •swings on groceries will cora- ite other expenses In your FORHER SW CITYAN D AFTER C Below are a few of our big spec- Mill this week. 32c We We 15c 19c 15c JsTUTTER, Alcona XBAS. Monarch Yacht •Clnb. 16c grade •CORN. 15c grade •OATMKA1* 25c package •COFFEE, Special Feaberry <3OIIN MEAL., yellow or 1 K f* Trtiite. 25c pkg. X */ C/ MATCHES, B boxes TEARS, T$o. 2% size can PEACHES. 1 Eg* Wo. 2% size can I, «/I/ TEACHES, jNo. 10 size can CHERRIES, 1%f* :Red Pitted, can f. ftf C/ MONARCH PEAS, ISc igrade, 2 cans PINEAPPLE, sliced 1 Q - 3Mo. 2% cans £ O C/ ^COFFEE, Jj'olger's CATSUP, 7 /) /* 3arge bottle tl/C/ MACARONI. 39c 39c EH: . ES IASH Arm Torn from Former Bancroft Swea City, Nov; 3 — Joe Fretly, of Aberdeen, S. t)., died In a hospital in Mlllbank Sunday evening. The W. O. Nelsons and Tom ' Fretlys went to Mlllbank Friday. Mn Fret- ly was a traveling salesman for Ar- while driving with a mour & Co. Last week, slid Into a ditch, Injuring Mr, Fret- ly'a legs. The man with him went for aid, and Joe, who could not move, had to remain at the sceen of the accident. He contracted a cold, Into pnumonla, 69c JPINBAPPLE, •3*0. 10 size can aSAKDINES, :in oil : ^CALUMET BAKING TOWDBR, tall cans _ •MONARCH PEACHES, in -j Q ~ thmrr syrup, No. 2% cans--*. V C 3P. & G. SOAP, 310' bars —_ OXTDOL, 3aTge packag-e TALM OLIVE BEADS, 25c 29c 19c which developed causing his death. Mr. Fretly spent all his younger days In and near Swea City, and his father, Tom Fretly, lived here many years. About six years ago h e married Gladys Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson, and they have one child. Besides his wile and child he leaves his father and several brothers and sisters., Crowd Goes to S. S. Meeting— Fourteen members of the Methodist Sunday school attended the county convention at Fenton last week Tuesday. They were Mesdames August Peterson, S. Warburton, Frank Thomson, Wm. Thomson, B. L. Weaver, and Ethel Sen- nenfelder, Anna Mogenson, Geneva Picht, Kathertne Thomson, Lucille Sennenfelder, Ellen Mogenson. Samuel Warburton, B. L. Weaver, Chas. Hutchlnson, Maurice Seylar, Kenneth Seylar, and Arlot Skromme also attended. A large delegation attended the young people's rally in the evening. A Mr. Skow, of Wes- ey, was elected county president; Mrs. Geigel, of Algona, vice president, and Miss Stevenson, of Fen:on, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. S. Warburton, Swea City, young .tall glass -----------•COFFEE, Butternut, '2-lb. can _________ '. APRICOTS, '2 Tbs. fancy --------- 33ROOMS, . 5c 25c people's division; Fenton, primary. Mrs. Weisbrod, of T3RAN FLAKES We IMR. FARMER: Bring us your eggs, •we always pay above market prices. Bloom's Store Crowd at Methodist Meeting— A meeting of 75 men o£ the six Methodist churches that compose this group was held here lost week Monday evening. E. Howard Fitz, Fairmont, gave the principal address, and the Rev. Mr. Herbrecht and the Rev. Mr. Hutton, of the state Sunday school council, were present and gave short talks. The Rev. A. A. Howe, of Buffalo Center led the song service. The Isenberg quartette gave a number of selections | Officers were elected for the ensuing year as follows: Mr.. Still man, of Dolliver, chairman; Dr. A G. Reck, Swea City, vice chairman Mr. Steeber, Armstrong, secretary and Mr. Ortmyer, Armstrong, treas urer. The next meeting will b held in Dolliver in January. Bancroft, Nov. 8—'Jtefattves received word here Friday night that Fred Becker, 26, had been In an accident and had lost his left arm. Mr..and Mrs. Becker live at Mason City and were tfolng to Buffalo Cen-> ter to vtalt friends. Front there they were coming to Bancroft to attend a surprise party for his mother, Mrs. Josephine Becker. When, they were three miles south of Buffalo Center, about 9 p. m., a truck sideswiped their Chevrolet coach. It was misting out, and when the truck failed to respond to Mr. Becker when he dimmed his lights he put his head out of the window so he could see. He jerked his head in in time to miss the body of the truck but did not get his arm in in time and it was almost torn off at the elbow. Mrs. Becker drove to Buffalo Center where Mr. Dolmadge dressed the 'wound and he was rushed to Mercy hospital at Mason City where his arm was amputated a 1 few Inches from the shoulder. The truck, which dented both fenders, tore a tire and knocked off the door handle besides injuring Mr. Becker, did not stop. Mr. Becker was employed in the Decker plant at Mason City and lives at 726 Eleventh street,_ northeast. He was married last June to Rosalyn Lappe, of Bancroft. His mother, Mrs. Josephine Becker, brother Ed, sister Mrs. A. H. Foth, were at Mason City to see him Saturday, and friends and relatives there Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. A. T. Foth, Mrs. J. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth, Frank Lappe and Florence McGilligan. Lion's Club Committee Warned— The Lions club held its regular monthly meeting at Bradley's hall ast week Tuesday evening. Dr. J. A. Devine is president, and committees are: attendance—Paul Grames, J. H. Welp and A. A. Droessler; program—Joe Jenks, Al Stromseth and Dr. K. Hoffman; publicity — E. J. Seeney, A. H. Deitering and Roy the Bridget Qulnn family Visited the C. W. Millets at Lu Verne Saturday. Theresa Stelflug purchased a new Chevrolet coupe from the Deitering garage lost Week, She Is, em* ployed at the Will Klein home. The Mrs. Bridget Qulnn family and Lulu Richards, of Lu Verne, were Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Qulnn's, near Lone 'Rock. The Lee Klocke family, of Hollan dale, spent Sunday at N. J. Merrill's Mrs. Klocke was Leone Merrill be tore her marriage. • v Public: school freshmen entertain ed the school and faculty at a ; Hal toween party at the schoolhouse las Thursday evening. No school was held at the public school or at St. John's Friday as teachers were at Algona attending institute. • Mrs. Myrtle Rlngsdort and sons Clifford and Robert visited the Wil Ringsdorfs at 'Burt' Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Menke, o Fairmont, spent Sunday with the K J. Schiltz family .here. Oscar Ktnkade, daughter Zoe, am son Clark, of Klester, Minn., wer visitors-here Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Wolf spent Tuesday with her folks, the C. W.'Millers,, a Lu Verne. Mrs. G. D. Hart is at Slouix Clt- visiting her sister, Mrs. 3i -It. Lynch. Margaret Qulnn Is employed at the Will Peterson home near Lakota. Mrs. Emery Delteririg and Mrs. John Kockler have been ill. POPULAR EXCURSION vte y*A'ttib*fri NETS $50 BANDUNIFORMS Ledyatd, Nov. J—the band and orchestra play, Ahne—What's Her Name, given last Thursday night under the direction at V. A. Barrett, Was, welfc attended .despite bad Weather and roads. Nearly f 50 was realiBCd. The orchestra played three numbers, and the first and second grade rythm band played for the first time this fall. Miss Wylairt's harmonica band gave several goo< numbers. Henrietta Alvlra O'Keete Halvorson am played a piano duet. The money obtained from the play will be applied on the suits purchased last year. Teachers Spend Week-End at Home The faculty attended the Kossuth county Institute at Algona Friday Some then left from there to spen the week-end away. Mr. and Mrs Barrett and Marjprie Stranahai went to Fayette to attend Upper- Iowa university homecoming. Bar bara Wylam and Mildred Granne went to Hawkeye; Harold Granne to iRenwick; Gladys Nolan to Bode where i she taught'last year; Rut' Jones to Llvermore; and Adelald Randall to Mason City. Class B. B. Tourney this Week— An Inter-class basket ball tourna ment 'will be held this week Thurs day and Friday nights. The Junlo high and high school girls ellmina tion will be Thursday night, and th boys . Friday • night, making fou games each evening. Mr. Granne will be chief official, assisted b Reuben Green. Admission ticket rfayn*, Sllwood Green, floyd Marvel Drew. and Entertain* Mrd. Ed AM- H»ilv<*-gon r, the Blmore Lutheran AM at hef home last Thursday. flh» WrVed W and »i*.TO was taken In at the lection. 40 at H«llow*«n A Halloween party and d*no* wa» held in the gchoolhouse acr6sa the road from l>. A. JMz's Friday eve* nln*. About forty were present, Other Ledyard News. Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randal last week Wednesday night attend ed a basket social at Mrs. Edward Genrlch's school near Algona. Mrs Qenrlch returned with her slater Ruth and visited school here Thurs day. , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson of Fenton, attended the play Thurs day evnlng. Mrs. StephensOn 18 well known here, for she taugh here the past two, years Elvln Carpenter and Reuben Green left Friday morning to atteni the Coe college homecoming. E! vin was graduated from Coe las spring. The Otto Swalve family vlsitef Mrs. Swalve's mother, Mrs. Sleeper of Buffalo Center, Sunday; Monda was the latter's 76th birthday. Marjorle Matzener', who has bee In Egan, S. £>., for five months with a cousin, returned to her home here Sunday. Mrs. Mary Green, who has been helping care for Mrs. Carpenter, returned to her home at Blue Earth Sunday. ' Wilson Brack arid Elgar LaCoeur n and attend hoflt*. ' ' Friday mllcB . of ., IS teacher. fhsj _ COltie. MW.'L: 6/Poote, of Algona, via- Kerf ne* illttf, 'lift., A, B. Lattrlt- fceif, r^M*y and 8»turday. Mrt, J- C. Uftderkofler, <>t Brltt, and JuanlU Audrey and ThotnM spent Saturday here. Vera Clark, of Mason City, spent Mt 1 week'^Uefldftr with her couslnr lira. V..'A, B«*ett, ; ' Edith Looft, of Dee 1 Moines, came Saturday, to Visit her mother'ami other relatives. \ Wlnnifred ,-, Friday accompanied ttn, and Mm, Barrett to Fayette for the week-end. -' • George Hogge and three daugh ters Visited relatives Vri Wlaoeca, Minn., Sunday, / The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Johnson in Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nits went to Eagle Grove to visit over the week end, gradesi °l! recitation «w«i Charm "iC exercise, P| vc Lluie Brado; recitation, A 'atrlcla Plumb; *Jm2 °° mca °»« t Edith and Leo Sahln lln«, Wlllani an song, Billy Boy. Mother Goose •oner, Qoblln Man" recitation, A Winifred Mr. and Mrs. Ed HalvorSqn were In Mnnkato last week Tuesday, Bill Wlemer went to" Van Meter to spend Sunday, Four Corners The Four Corner M. & D. clul meets this Thursday with Mrs Howard tWltham Instead of Mrs Everett Wltham: The opening song is Star Spangled Banner, and roll call will be names of famou persons'in the World war. An Arm jstlce program will be the main feature of this meeting, and th committee is Pearl Potter, Rena Crulkshank, and Edna Walker. There -vyrlll be a program and box supper at the Ix>yd Potter echoo "e; recitation A Scare, Dorothy , Edward Genrlch; .Tack o' Lanterns^ Crulkshank r^ei^,* ho * ' by the school. A box sa s tm M Genrlch Is teacher. \C'\ school the remainder " J because the whcei-^™* 1 much .cleaning on Th , teachers' ln a tltute was gona Friday. The slon of the party sn So. far this year We have! tardles, which Is a good a school having 20 p up || 9 . primary grades, and 13 'JJ feet attendance records." Drayton won a prize, WINDOW GLASS PLACED. Prices] cst, BERT DEAL J Mrs. Martin Walstrund Low- Mrs. Oscar Bergren and two NOVEMBER 13-14-15 .00 Round trip to Chicago From Algona going- trip, tickets will be honored In coaches on trains leaving 3Eriday, November 13, Saturday, No- •romber 14 and until 7:18 a. m. Sun>flay, November IS. JPor return trip, tickets will be hon- vred in coaches on trains scheduled •to reach Algona not later than mld- of Monday, November 16. Children Half Fare checked at regular rates; no free allowance. F*r fan partlcnlara and tickets apply to Ag«nt Uhlcago & North Western Ry 1776 IUPTURE EXPERT HERE C. T. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., nephews left Monday for Seattle, Wash., having received word that the boys' mother, Mrs. Martin Wal- strund, was not expected to live. Mrs. Walstrund has been ill with cancer for some time and the boys have made their home with their mother's sister, Mrs. Bergren. MrS. Anna Larson, another sister, took them to Minneapolis. Mrs. S. M. Johnson, who lives here, is Mrs. Walstrund's mother. Aid Divisions Hold Meetings— The first division of the Methodist Aid, headed by Mrs. R. A. Bravender, met at the J. E. Young home Friday. The second division met at Mrs. Elmer Smith's Friday. This division is headed by Mrs. Elmer Smith. The third division, headed by Mrs. C. G. Dourte, met at the Dourte home last Thursday. Each division is making plans and sewing for the annual bazaar the first week in December. Basketball Team Organized— Bwea City's semi pro basketball team is preparing for another year of basketball. Those out for practice are Art Deim, Everett Jenson, Kenneth Thomson, Don Peterson, Dick Krumm and Gregory Delm. Coach Andy Anderson, of the high school, reports 15 players on his first string, and 18 on the second. Burton Thomson Is 111— The Frank Thomsons received word last Thursday that their son Burton was ill at the Bert Salisbury home near Burt, where he has been working. Mrs. Thomson went down and remained till he had recovered so he could be brought home Sunday. Lutheran S. S. Booms Enlarged— The Immanuel Lutheran Sunday school has had such an increase in Hutton; extension—Dr. Karl Hoffman, Frank Recker and Henry Deitering; membership—A. W. Kennedy, W. A. Murray and A. H. Fuchs; major activities—R. E. Hutton, Paul Grames and Joe Jenks; finance—L. F. Kennedy, A. A. Droessler and Al Stromseth; constitution and bylaws—A. C. Welp, Henry Deitering and F. Bradley; Lions education—G. D. Hart, J. H. Menke and F. J. Welp. Dr. J; H. Lynch, of Sioux City, was the principal speaker. He is an active member of the Chamber of Commerce of Sioux City, and is a former Bancroft resident. Auxiliary Names New Officers— A number of Legion Auxiliary members attended the county meet- fiiiiiuHiiiuiiiNiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiBii^ 4 Dayi Only Wednesday] Thursday ing at Fenton Tuesday. A tended the eighth district TO THE LARGEST OF ALL RADIO BROADCASTS! 10,000 Rexall Stores are on the Air Every Morning. NOVEMBER '_'-!f.<-r,-((-7 OVER 175 STATIONS! ORIGIN demonstrate without charge his unequalled method in AliGONA TITB8I»AY, NOVEMIIEH 10 AT THE ALGONA HOTEL 3Prom 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. Please icome early. Mr. C. F. Redlich says: The "Perfect Retention Shields" flkold the rupture perfectly, no mat- what position the body assumes liow heavy a weight you lift. give instant relief and contract > opening in a remarkably short time. The secret of their success is in their simplicity. An expertly adjusted device seals the opening wlth- «ut discomfort or detention from work. It is practically everlasting, •solitary, comfortable and actually 4uids ruptures which heretofore Were considered uncontrollable. Stomach troubles, backache and constipation, nearly always a conse- ^laence of rupture, promptly disappear. Bring your children. According to •tRtistics 95% recover by our meth- • «*• ATTENTION: You cannot fit .yvameV successfully with appliances ••nt by mail. It requires personal Attention by an expert to obtain lasting; results. HOME OFFICE: CSS Bo^on Bloefc, Minneapolis, Minn. 7-8 membership that it has become nee essary to have more room, and two more rooms are being finished in the church basement. Floors and partitions are being installed. WANTED to try Richard's Rheumatic Remedy. Reaches every bone, muscle, tissue and joint. Removes toe cause. Stops the pain. Money back if It fails. ; alx—J5.60. At E. W. and all Knocks Down Electrolier- Howard Picht backed his car into the electrolier at the Martin Nelson corner Monday morning with such force that the post was broken off at the base. Intending to put the car, a Dodge, in low, he put it in reverse. The car was little injured. Swedish Supper Draws Crowd— Saturday evening the Immanuel Lutheran Aid gave a real Swedish supper. A large crowd, and Swede or not, all enjoyed It. Other Swea City. A number of men are working on one of the boilers at the schoolhouse. It may be necessary to install a new boiler, in which event school will be closed temporarily. Sanford, son of John Knutson, is to be manager of the Buffalo Center theater. This is a good small town theater, and has been well patronized. Walton Owens and a traveling man's car met head-on in a- crash near the service station. The cars were demolished, but no one was injured. The Legion and Auxiliary gave their first benefit card party last Thursday evening. A large crowd was present. The creditors of the Swea Motor company have selected C. P. Berggren as trustee. Vance Law is named as owner of the firm. Mrs. Harry Bixly, who was an operation patient last week is reported recovering. Mrs. Bi*ley is in the Coleman, hospital at EstherviUe. A daughter, Helen Lucille, was toorn to Jfr. ,an& Mrs. George Can- test weefe. Marie Jacobs is nujcf e, few at- conference for the northern half at Brit last Wednesday. New officers re cently elected in the Auxiliary her are Mrs. E. J. Seeney, president Mrs. L. J. Mousel, vice president Mrs. Theresa Krapp, secretary Margaret Quinn, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Stauder, chaplln; Mrs. W. A. Murray, sergeant-at-arms, and Mrs. Joe Cogley, historian. Mrs. E. J. Seeney and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy are conducting a drive for new members. The membership quota for Bancroft is 30 for 1932. The Auxiliary will meet with Charles Stauder this Thursday afternoon. Two Cars Damaged by Fire— ' The Thomas Von Bank Dodge car caught fire last week Monday just east of the Joseph Baltz farm. A can of gasoline in the car leaked, and the fluid ran over the exhaust pipe. The interior of the car was badly burned. The E. E. Weaver model A Ford was badly damaged Friday night when the gasoline pipe sprung a leak and fire resulted when it ran over the engine. Horse Steps on Farmer's Ann— Rubin Johnson had the upper part of his arm badly bruised last Wednesday. He was picking corn on his brother Chester's farm when the team ran away, Rubin tried to stop them and fell and one of the horses stepped on his arm just above the elbow. He is the son of P. S. Johnson. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Bruer will move to their farm at Osakls, Minn., next week. The Martin Lange family has been living on this place the past few years but Mr. Lange suffered a stroke, and died a few weeks ago. Mrs. Lange and the children are moving to Bancroft, and will live with her father, Andrew Boyer. Lucille Llvermore, of Fairmont, returned home Sunday after a four- day visit at J. J. Sherman's. Miss Llvermore Is a niece of Mrs. Sherman. The George Livermore family, of East Chain, spent Sunday with the 'Shermans. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Brennan, of ff-f A tfJLl/ SlC Music and Novel Entertainment Features. Mi 81 Dental Paste 50c a tube 2 FOR Lig'grett's Sweet Milk Chocolate, %-lb. bar 2 FOR Midnight Face Powder, $1 a box 2*FOR Klenzo Cocoa nut OH Shampoo, 50c a bottle 2 FOR Harmony Cream of Almonds Lotion 35c bottle, ' *)a?A __-•_ 2 FOR Midnight Talcum, i 50c a can 2 FOR ; Mi 31 Shaving Cream, £1 *» ! 50c a tube 2FOR9J.V i Flrstatd Sanitary Napkins, M-\ n i Box of 12 2FOB < ft.Llf | Puretest Mineral Oil, Af AM i $1.00 a pint 2FOR V-sUUl- i Rexall Orderlies, d A i 50c a box of 60 , 2FORVJ.C j Dalntee Deodorant, Q£A j 35c a can -_ 2 FOR tfOl/ I Puretest Cod Liver Oil, I $1.00 a pint 3 FOR { Flrstuld Adhesive Plaster, | 1-in. x 5-yd roll 29c 2 FOR : LIggett's Assorted Choc-i { olates $1 a box, 2 FOR • Piiretest Epsom Salt, • 1 lb., 25o 2 FOR i Jasmine Toilet Soap, S lOc a cake 2 FOR COPYRIGHT 1927. UNITED DRUG CO. Friday Saturday What Is a flMcalfc One Cent 8al«t [ It is a sale at which you purchase two identical articles, paying j the stsndsrd price for one and only one cent for the other. For example: The standard price of Klenzo Dental Creme is . , 50 cents. During this sale you may buy two .tubes for 51 1 cents, and thus save 49 cents. Every article on this sale , , is a high quality guaranteed product being sold all-year- f k round at the standard price. No limit—buy all you r k want Remember, this sale lasts three days only,/ ^ Thursday, Friday and Saturday. A Profit-Sharing Method ol Advertising This sale has- been developed by die United Drug Co. as an advertising plan. Rather than spend large sums of money in other ways to convince you of the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this calein.permittinguE 25cRiker'. MeathoUted WkitcPiae Conpouid 2/or26c 511 Afl A 4 «PJ.*U J. 75cRexal Theatrical Cold Cream Pound tin 2/or76e SOeArbutiM Vanishing Cream ^of high quality merchandise for J ^the price of one, plus one/ k cent It costs money to] L get new customers, but t the sacrifice in profit ; Is justified, because we know these goods will please you. , Puretcst , Rubbing Alcohol full pint 2 for 51* 2/or51e 69c Piuretest Aspirin s . TableU (Bottle of 100) 2/or70e Long Beach, Calif., visited last week at L. F. and A. W. Kennedy's. Mrs. Brennan was Helen Schonweiler before her marriage, and was bookkeeper and cashier at Kennedy Bros, store. The Seneca Consolidated school opened Monday after a two weeks' corn husking vacation. Regina Berens and Helen Bryden teach at Seneca. Mrs. A. Adolphson, of Bancroft, is housekeeper for the teachers. • The Matt Jacobson family, of Zimmerman, Minn., came Saturday for a visit with her father, John Pothoff, her brothers, August, Reinhard and Gus, and his brother, Tom Jacobson. Evans Carmean and Francis Lonergan spent the week-end at their respective homes. The boys are at- tnding the Des Moines school of pharmacy and this Is their first year. Mrs. Blanche Beckner and daughter Grace spent Sunday at j. A. Baine's at Spirit Lake. The women are' sisters. Mrs. Beckner Is manager at the local telephone office. Ambrose Meacher returned to Lincoln,^ Neb., last Thursday after a week" with his parents, the F. H. Meschers. He is employed at the Woodlawn Dairy farm. A large crowd attended the skating rink Halloween skate Saturday evening In the Legion pavilion. At the Halloween dance Wednesday 192 numbers were sold. Lulu Richards, of L.U Verne, ?p«nt Sunday at Mjps. Bridge* Qu^'a-l STATIONERY $1.50 Symphony Af C4 Lawn -------- 2FOR V-l-wJ. $1.00 Rydul Sta- O4 A J tlonerj — ---- 2FORvJ.«UJ. 75c Pierre Sta- -, ff£*gi tlonery __. ---- . — 3 FOB /Ol/ 50c Marsala Pnd. St/A Paper ............ 2FORWJ.V lOc Writing- HA Tablets ----------- 2FORJ.J.1/ 11.00 Almora • A<f A 4 Portfolio _____ 2FORVJ,«VJ, TOILET GOODS 76c Midnight Cleansing; *9ft.n Cream ----------- 8 FOB iOl/ 75c Midnight Foundation *7|Sx(< Cream ----------- 8 FOB iOC 50c Harmony Boiling- JS4.A Massage Cream — 8 FOB W AC 25c Bexall Cold 9fitft> Cream ------------ 2FOR2DC 11.00 Midnight Per- A« A 4 fume, 1-2 oi. ..8 FOB 9J»*"J. $1.50 Midnight Toilet Water 91.00 Bouquet Ramee tt Face Powder -.2 FOB V 60c Georgia Bose . Face Powder ------ 8 FOB 91.50 Snarl Compact, A 4 shades ------ 8FOB 9 50c Bouquet Ramee Rouge ----------- 2 FOR 25c Tiny-tot Talcum ---------- SFOR 25c Georgia Bose Soap — --------- .. aFOR 25c Medicated Skin Soap ----------- ... 2FOR 25c Kleuio Tar Soap ..._ r .. ------ 2FQR 50c Hair Fix -------- . ----- 8 FOB $1.00 Harmony Quinine Hafr Tonle \...,8 FOB 50c Facial SI A Tissue ------------ 2 FOR 9* V 15c Rexall I A A Soap ,. ----- -,-___ 8FORJMIV Many Items In this sale are priced on the new low price level •*" only one cent for the second item. ' TUe largest original EexaJ! one- sate erer tjtaged, TteBsal Store is , link ta the', largest chain' A4 »U J. ta the world. , There are evei' 110,000*toresiath« chain scattved thru ^ the United fitatti. Alaska, ..Canada, HewfMia •rttafcV SOcJoateel Cold Cream Face Powder 2 for Sic Harmony Bay Rum * tftuuj oa w B« 8-ounce size 2 for 51c SOeKlenM Dental Creme large tube 2 for Sic SOc Puretest Milk of Mane! jull pint 2 for Sic MonOfTMD, unSyring* •rHotWaUrBottk Guaranteed 2/orlJl 50c Rubber mt Gloves 2FOIlDl COc Ladles' Dressing pi Combs _ 2F01ltfl $1.50 Lather ( Brush 2FOKV*»« 25c Men's Handkerchiefs 2FOIU REXAL1 REMEDIES 91.00 Vapure, nf 2-oz 2 FOB 9*' 1.00 Syrup Hypo. Count., 16-oz. ..2FOK 50c Dyspepsia .Tablets, BO's 2FOR 25c Corn Solvent, 1-2 .oz. 2 FOR 36c Analgesic Halm, . medium 2 FOR 26c Larkspur Lotion, 2-oz. 2 FOR 8»c Cod Liver Oil Emulsion —- 2 FOR 91.00 Agarex 04 Compound 2FOBV* 1 6»c Antl- «eptl« . 2 FOR Me Bluma-Rex, fi 1 Antacid Powder —8FOR* 91.00 Beef and Iron (M | Elixir, 16-oz. --8FORV* 1 Uo Ml 111 Antiseptic Solution, 4-oz. PURE-TEST PRODUCTS ific Lanolin, tube '. •fie SotU Mint , T,«bleU, 140's 8FORJ We Eisonce of 1'epper- ' »l.t, l-os. ..— Ue Mercurocliroinc, '2% aol., 1*2 oz. ...8FOBJ We Cod Liver Oil, J] mint flavor 8 »»»».. Me Boric Acid Powder, .teadChfea.\ LStorahuthi\ _,..„, J »»!• lor alH Onited Drag Company 25e Quality Tooth Bnoh for Adult or Cmld 2/or26c abou ** F * r ' S/«r tie Cream, of Tartar, fie Ztoe Btearate, ^ wt IfT^a'leave*, ^Jj BABOAIS8 CHAW rf WDrnwAav-owNED NW SIWES SAVE,,//, SAFETY Candy K.D.JAMES fWed Hard 1 ». vaj err' ^ I Jb. ,« ---------- j The REXALL Store ona - - .

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