Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1931
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KUmvyt^T^^,^,ymm~^^^fy^mmffw, - coisS^W^^tf ift ; - " "".*&$'ff'.&fl Thanksgiving Sale All Week, November 20 to 26 Citron, ofaittet lemon peel, pfct. —- »e •faecflieat* 2 for 25c BafeNtt, 8 Ibs. We Currents, 1 pkg. He Bxtract* 18c R Grocer Floor, «4<4 Ib. sack Me | 4* Ib. sack _|1.1» Horseradish mustard -10c Morton's Salt, »c, 8 for —17c Mother's Oati-*Chiiia — *7c Biff 4 Laundry Soap, 10 bars lot —---" *•* _ Palm OIlTe Soap, 8 for 81c O'Hrnry bars, 8 for lOc Sweet Pickles, quart -^ 2»c C«ftee We, 25c, 83c 8»c r«MBt Bnttor 16c Baktag Powder 23c Grapefruit, No. 8 cans _._18c FRUITS, FKESH MEATS, FISH, OYSTERS ' KITE-WAY CASH GROCERY CATHRIN M. GREEN, Prop. II Profits Small, R Business Great That's the way we operate. FORMER LIVEHMME, MAN DIES IN S, 0, Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles, 3 pkgs. .-—We Home made bread — made from B Grocer Flonr, 20- or. loaf We WE DELIVER of LOWEST PRICES A Bargain in Every Line ECONOMY THROUGHOUT OUR STORE Good Potatoes, per peck, 13c WLB. SACK 85c Oats, Quick or Regular, large pkgl _; 15c New Crop Prunes, large size, 3 Ibs. —- 25c Crisco, 3 Ib. can Bowlene, large can Toilet Tissue, 4 for —. ~.$ Cranberries, 2 Ibs. :J New Dates, 2 Ibs. Breakfast Bacon, per Ib. Picnic Ham, per Ib. Brisket Bacon, 2 Ibs. : 25c FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS Place your order early for Thanksgiving Turkey, Goose, Duck, Chicken, and Fancy Cut Meats. TOP PRICE FOR EGGS ; H. R. Sorensen & Co. : ; PHONE 139 . WE DELIVER •»»•••»•»»»»»»»»»»«»«»»«»•»»»»*«»•**••»*»« 25c 25c 25c 20c Urban Lentsch, former resident of Llvermore, and father of Mrs. Lawrence' Glsh, of Algona, died at Wlnfred, S. D., November * following an illness with throat and chest complications.' 'Funeral services were held at the Catholic church at Howard, S. D., with Father Thos. Stecher in charge, and burial was made there. Sir. Lentsch iwas born December 15, 1861, In Austria-Hungary. He cnme to the United States In 1881 and In Juljf of the same year was married to Eva Schultt'ner, of St Joe. Nine children survive: Mrs Olsch, Algona; Mike, Martin, and Joseph, of Fort Dodge; Barney, o Claire; John, Bode; Mrs. A. J Btegger; Mrs. Geo. W. McDonald Wlnfred, S/ D.; and Mrs. Joe Kram er, Bode. The Lentech family lived at LIv ermore for 25 years, then lived a Fort Dodge for 13 years. Mr. an Mrs. Lentsch then retired and mov ed to AVinfred, where they hav made their.home since. All "of the children, were presen for the funeral services a week ag last .Thursday, and others from thi vicinity present were a sister, Mn Joe Frankl 'and daughter Mars Joe Bleser and daughter, Mr. an Mrs. John Frankl, and Marti ankl, of Algona. Nephews wh ere pallbearers, were Frank Mc- onald, Mike Lentsch -Jr., and Richd, George, and John Blegger. DUNG MOTHER, 27, DIES AT JO W A CITY Funeral services for Mrs. Johanna ugusta Geist were held Tuesday fternoon at 2 o'clock at the Laird McCullough funeral home, the Rev. P. J. Braner of the. Lutheran hurch in charge. Mrs. Geist died t-thevstate hospital* at Iowa City Saturday, morning 'of ail infection ollowing .the birth of a girl two weeks ago. ' ' Mrs'Geist-is a daughter of Mr nd Mrs. Will Geilenfeld, of the Lotts Creek neighborhood. She was born May 17, 1904, and was -2 years old. She was married to John Geist two years ago. She is surviv ed by her husband and two chi dred, Derald Oliver, 18 months old and Bertha Ross, two weeks old, he parents, three sisters, Mrs. Ros Bilyeu, of Lotts Creek, Anna an Mable, both at home, and a, brothe: Herman, also at home. Mrs. Geist was baptised in the L,u theran church at Lotts Creek an was instructed and .confirmed by th Rev. Mr. Fuerestenau. Burial was made in Rivervlew cemetery. ttrffe H*n<**r1 . at Two'. Llllle Bllrtkmari and Delia Welter ntertalned at dinner at the home of he former's mother, Mrs. Leonore Peck, last week Tuesday night In 1* tffet school j*ltti of tfrac Mrmah, Ruth .onor df Dr. and Mrs. C. to. SchRAp, *hose marriage was recently announced. A two-Course dinner Was served at 6:30 at a single table deco rated In pink and • green. .After •«•-'/ ARMOUR'S STAR—Bulk or Carton LARD 2-18c C&H PURE CANE SUGAR 1OOpounds . $5.15 10 Ibs. 53c 25 Ibs. _.. 100 pounds Beet . $4.95 10 Ibs. 51c 25 Ibs. __ $1.27 13c BORDEN'S, PET OR CARNATION Evaporated Milk . . . WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED MILK Sultana Red Beans . . lona Lima Beans . . . Sultana Red Kidney Beans 4'^ 25e ... IB. 5e 2 TALL CANS 2 tall cans 11c 6 16-OZ. CANS 16-OZ. • CAN Brown Sugar .... UNEEDA BAKER'S Banner Assortment . . Swans Down Cake Flour Grandmother's Black Tea 24c . 23c Eatmore Cranberries Large Celery Oranges, New Navel, dozen ___ Large Texas Seedless Grapefruit Large Head Lettuce 31bs. 28c 2 head for 2Sc dinner hours were spent playing cards and dancing. Guests were Helen Zlttrltsch, Slgrld Strom, Hel muth Huenhold/ Paul Hammll and Clarence Phillips. Helen ZIttrltsch and Delia Wei ter entertained at dinner and a mis cellaneous shower in honor of Mrs Schaap last Thrusday night at the home of Helen's sister. Mrs. H W, Post. After dinner the bride tin wrapped her gifts, after which bridge was played with Alma Grelner winning 'high score. Guests were Edith Welter, Esther Lamuth, Slgrld Stom, Ldllle Blinkman, and Mrs. Robert Stiles. Algona Conple Is Married- Nellie, daughter of Chas. McGinnis, and Wayne, son of Mrs. V. E. Stephenson, were married Armistice day at 2 o'clock by the Rev. C. V. Hulse at the Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnls attended the couple. After the ceremony the newlyweds left for a visit at tfcGregor, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., and Jnneapolls. They returned home unday, and are at home on east ak street. Nellie has been keeping house for er father since her mother's death few years ago, and Mr. Stephenon drives the Skelly oil truck. Harel Mitchell In Married- Hazel Edna, daughter of Mr. and krelkenbatini, Eatljer Laura Heelaeher,. and Mrs.' &• !*!' Overmyer. • • ^ PMl*e S«rtlec Tod*r-" The PresbyteHart Missionary so clety will hold 'Its annual praise service at .the home of Airs. Leonore Peck this afternoon. Those who have the thank offering plates are requested to bring them. A program will be given and refreshments served. Atth« A Review, ditht ^ > ^ MBW ^^MWHlMa „„ If JS it llfek&i IIK for the beautiful, perhftlis It I* a rather marked adtrilratiotj for Paul Whiteman, V*dW*£ J* .™J we always feel-when we near • —•• - •- in Blue *» "o young people ,1V aa an bats It I* the under which We flee oerta tt plays and movlea-whateVer It to, The King of Ja*« stands as one of the mosl artistic, has most eve? Card Party Tomorrow Division one of St. Cecelia's Guild will have a card and dancing party at the academy tomorrow night. Bridge and Five Hundred will be played till 10, after which there will be refreshments and dancing. Other Society News A group of women had ( supper at the Agnes M. Tibbett's tea room last week Wednesday night, and after dinner bridge was played at the J. L. Bonar residence. The group consisted of Mesdames Bonar, H. W. Pletch, A. D. Adams, B. F. «oren- sen, L. C. Nugent, H. J. Lacy, R. H. Spencer, Melzar Falkenhainer, E. A. Scheme!, A. E. Kresensky, M. J. Strelt, and Eva Strett. The Opportunity club met with Mrs. C. R. LaBarre yesterday. Luncheon was served at one, after which bridge was played. Members of the club are Mrs. LaBarre, Mrs. O. W. Erickson, Mrs. W. D. Mrs. mos supendous complete talkies that reached the silver screen. You may disagree, you may not feel the ap peal of which we speak, but hereto revue without one musical comedy a single, "let-down," without a single dull moment, without a flaw, you please. IT IS ONE CONTINUOUS synv phohy of color and melody, so- per fectly blended that it stands as i fitting memorial to the" one man who has placed "Jazz" h» perhaps the most poignant expression of oui decade, musically. That one man I Paul Whiteman. Whether you Hk Jazz or the "classic" forms of musi Is merely a matter of personal pref erence. One thing you must admit; that jazz Is here and that It, will m Iffoii yof^the croak/ we "W« to dlaeui* the star, William who seems rather miscast Fv'the hero of this George Ranolph Chester yarn; the big-bellied, eigar*shioklnte Walllrtgford of the story was a man who radiated con- 1dence N (If we remember our story corredtly) and made the victimizing >f hto friends seem quite plausible, while the Impetuous, 100 per oent William hardly fills the bill, JUst why/ Halnes was cast for the part is something that Will probably forever rehialn a mystery. THE STORY, even with the ravages of time (It was written some years ago) retains some flavor of humor and originality, which Is more than we can say for a lot of the drivel that was written a decade or so ago for such saccharine sheets as the Saturday Evening Post, then, as now*, a bible for a considerable majority of our highly .' Intelligent readers! If you enjoyed Oet-Rlch- Quick Walllngf ordj you probably didn't go to the King of Jazz; if you did both, you may 'still be as good a nian as we are. even olsm—the l«ss ter. Jin sal 'l about TtH f t r the i 0 ! ; IS JUSt HO m,,.u . lh » had few 80 much more time momenta of sphralng Suann, " Ruth Fall.' Chatterto toe ef- Irs. Etna Mitchell, was married to Edmund N., son of Mrs. J. P. Larion, of Burt, Saturday morning at .0 o'clock at the Good Hope parsonage with the Rev. Allen H. Wood officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Quinten JJustrom attended the couple. Mrs Bjustronv'Is a sister of 'the bride Mrs. Wood played Mendelssohn's wedding march; After the ceremony the couple left, for Chicago for visit at''the home''of Mrs.;Larson's brother, Lester Mitchell. After De cember 1 they will be at home on a farm near Burt. Howie, Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll, Anton Didrlksen, Mrs. Llyod Wei- endorf, Mrs. Wm. Hawcott, and Mrs. W. E. Laird. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon. Bridge was played at three tables with Mrs. H. M. Hauberg winning high score. Mrs. F. E. Kent and Mrs. J. L. Bonar were guests of the club. Lunch was served after the game. The Methodist W. H. M. S. will leave some Imprint,on future music! the force of this Influence will determined largely through the forts of this one man who has tried to raise it to the level of an Art— who has sought to dignify It and place it at least a few steps above the tom-tom of the Jungle. ,; THE KING OF JAZZ Is clever, besides being a spectacle' of brilliant technicolor. The opening scenes are unusual, the animated cartoon of Paul Whiteman 'Is exceedingly unique, and the Introduction of the various members of the Whltemar meet this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Anton Anderson. The meeting *w"os originally scheduled 'for' 'next week Thursday but was changed because of the conf Hction with Thanksgiving. The Get-Together club met foi MUCH CONVERSATION J. proves the downfall of the Cis- coaching school «rs. . . Good literati.™ , j served ,a.,t Sun( , ay ^ *l scribers to the Advocate °' ern edition) rcn,l y to , new subscribers (Nor orchestra Is skilfully worked out with Infinite detail. One of the high spots of the picture, plctorially, is the wedding scene; humorously, FORMER ALGONIAN SUED FOR $25,000 DAMAGES A. A. Hamilton, former Algonian now living at Fort Dodge, and the Singer Sewing Machine company, of which he is assistant manager, are defendants In a damage suit for $25,000 brought by A.' R. Kullberg in the Webster county district court on a malicious prosecution charge. The suit grew out of Kullberg's arrest on an embezzlement charge at Webster City July 6. Kullberg, in his petition, sets' out that Hamilton charged him with embezzling $55 of the Singer company's property. Kullberg says he was unable to furnish bail, and remained in the Hamilton county jail from July 16 to September 17, "in the company of felons and other low persons." A jury in Hamilton county district court two weeks ago acquitted Kullberg of the embezzlement charge and he was released. The plaintiff charges that the malicious prosecution to which he claims he was subjected caused him to "suffer indignity, mental anguish, humiliation and damage to his good name." The suit is on the docket for hearing in district court next Monday. MRS, CASLER PASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Mrs. Barney Casler died last week Mrs. A. K. Cliff Is Honored- Mrs. N. C. Rice entertained in honor of Mrs. A. K. Cliff, of Ames, last week Wednesday night. The affair was a surprise .to the honoree. Bridge was played at two tables, with ; Mrs. C. T. Chubb winning high score. Mrs. Cliff was given a guest prize. Other guests were Mesdames S. W. DIngley, J. T. Chrischllles, S. E. McMahon, T. C. Sherman, Howard Beardsley, and Lucia Wallace. Refreshments were served late in the evening. P, C. Club Has Meeting— The Plum Creek Social and Literary Society met with Florence Cal- ho'un last week Wednesday. .Assisting hostess was Mae Fitzgerald. Roll Call was answered by quotations. A story was given by Ethel Johnson. After a business meeting lunch was served. The next meeting will be December 1. The club will have a bake sale at the Anderson market Saturday, and members are to make the donations. White Elephants" Wanted— The Congregational L, O. A. meets omorrow evening at 7:30 with_ rtrs. B. P. Richardson, with Mrs. S. Lee, Mrs, Chas. Chubb, and Leola Zeigler assisting hostesses. he entertainment is to be in the orm of an old-fashioned quilting arty. Each member is to bring a white elephant," which will be used y Miss Bonnstetter, school nurse, n relief work. Wednesday following severa Former Algonian Honored— Mrs. C. T. .Chubb and Mrs, T. C. Sherman entertained at 7 o'clock linner last Thursday in honor of Mrs. A. K. Cliff, of Ames. Aftei dinner -hours were spent playing contract bridge, with, Mrs. J. L Bonar winning high score. Mrs liff was given a guest prize. Mrs Wm. Hagerhorst, of Eagle Grove as an out-of-town guest. Joan lowo 55 Has Party- Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs N. Victor Lowe, observed her fifth birthday anniversary Saturday am in honor of the event entertalnec luncheon and bridge with Mrs. Wm K. Ferguson Monday. Mrs. J. F Overmyer won high b"<dge score Mrs. H. E. Rist was a guest of the club. Mrs. Theo. H. Chrlschilles entertained eight at contract bridge Saturday night. Mrs. Lottie Kain won high score. Refreshments were served. The Baptist Mission Circle will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. J. A. Freeh. Mrs. George Hofius will be the lesson leader. The Alpha Delphians will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. D. P. Smith. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore has charge of the program. FORMER ALGONI'AN ¥ANTED DIVORCE AT FOREST CITY Mrs. Hazel Olson, known to Algona friends as Hazel Staley, daugh- tff of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Staley, was granted a divorce by Judge J. J. Clark at Forest City Monday, ler husband, Mark Olson, is a Forst City clothier. The amount of limony was contested', and Judge Mark has made no ruling as yet. drs. Olson was given the custody jf the children, two daughters, \ged 6 and 8, and she plans to live n Chicago. The case started Saturday and continued Monday when he divorce was granted. The-Stacy family once farmed between Ajl,a and Burt. Mrs. Staley, who las for some years lived in Chicago, was a Whittemore girl before ler marriage. Mr. Staley now lives at LaCrosse, Wis., where he and a arother are In the dairy business. » several of the short black fade-outs, and' dramatically, the wlerd Jungle darice.-performed 'oh Hhe'- h4ad' of a large scenic drum by a gracef lul'inale artist. -But trying" to pick r?6ut • the distinctive 'features «of 'an ;entertaih- nient as tremendous as this Is simply like attempting to Designate the most beautiful flowers in a lovely bouquet — it is the ensemble at which co Kid; a good western gone wrong; between the poetic 'flights of Warner Baxter and the dulkaslnlnltles of Edmund Lowe and' hlsHwo companions this picture goes completely hay wire. Even the dark-eyed siren, Cpnchlta' Montenegro, seems to sense the slowness of the tempo and turns In a very mediocre performance. "You Just can't fool these westerhr fans; they want plenty of action In their pictures and this production drags fearfully. The story Is supposed to *>e from the pen of the,glfted O. Henry, but it this ta true, It must have been written in one of his weaker moments; surely a-schoolboy'could concoct a better Western' yarn' than" this. FORTUNATELY the short- sub- hostess to the W. H MT1 ternoon. . . W c w* surprised with th e fine .» at Sunday school Sundav Interest continue to In Next Sunday evening , a Thanksgiving nlng church hour It will help you. Plan to jects a, little above average cpr thls-'ralny : Saturday : nlg'ht wouW have been a complete and dlsma failure. There was the Buffalo Bll serial, with plenty of war whoops and action; we went out into the we must look. The King of Jazz lobby for a smoke during this bat- almost "broke" its producers; we)tie. A ... are bankrupt of adjectives, so we'll Benlously disguised, our months illness of heart disease and other complications at the home o her daughter, Mrs. Catherine Green where she had been the past thre weeks. Funeral services were conducte< Friday afternoon at the Laird an McCullough funeral home, Rev. A A. Howe, of Buffalo Center, official ing. Burial was made' in Evergree cemetery at Wesley. Mrs. Casler was born Septembe 14, 1879, at Wesley. She is th daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Presnell, of Wesley. She was married February 28, 1897, to Mr. Casler. They lived at Wesley till 1916 and have lived here ever since. She was a member of the local Rebekah lodge. Mr. Casler has been a rural mail carrier 30 years. She is survived toy Mr. Casler and three daughters: Mrs. Green and Mrs. Idelle Black, of Algona, and Mrs. Ruth Black, of Sexton; two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Fred Anderson, Mrs. Ida Gillespie, and W. T. Presnell, all of -Algona. Fresh Vegetables. Swea City, Nov. 17 — Sam Carter is gathering onions, radishes, and lettuce from his garden. The vegetables grew from "volunteer 11 seed. They are as nice as spring vegetables. call it a day and hope you liked it. G ET-RICHrQUICK ^Wallingford comes as a let-down from the UUle cloud on, which we found ourselves .after The King of Jazz, but this is only the penalty for being a talkie critic (even a poor one has to take the "count"). The present production is notable chiefly because of the presence of one Jimmle Durante —a youngster with a big nose and a likeable personality who, after knocking around the night clubs of New York, was "discovered" . by Ziegfeld and given a place in the Show Girl, after which his fame was assured. His humor and comedy is of the illusive kmd 'which rather defies criticism, his po'. yt yllabics attributing to his success in the talkies. It doesn't sound so funny in print but his "How Mortifyin' " is a gem in the proper^, setting. ERNEST TORRENCE, old vet o the silents and promising "oldster 1 of the younger talkies, contributes i fine piece of character work In hi struck fancy because of the beautiful and 4jjcturesque. scenes that It dis- losed. The jail cabaret wasn't so md. either. BUT TO RETURN to the Ciscj £id, "They say that the city fans ive eating It up, but we small-town- >rs are not so easily satisfied. We have definite requirements out here; MI the middle -west • for our westerns, and this show simply doesn't', measure up.. Give us a good Buck Jones or a fast Hoot Gibson every time; lots of action and a minimum of conversation, that's the formula, and .you can't any more get away from It than you can make a silk pur.se out of a sowjsj ear. Them's our sentiments , and | BAPTIST, A. R. u UMfr , The revival meetings at tM church are having a veryV ginning. There Is no we should not have great"] Everybody is urged to hearty support. We evening at 7:30. NO Saturday nlptht ... The Ity Thanksgiving service', held next week Wednesday! 7:30 at the Presbyterian •. Rev. Arthur S. Hueser wll|| the sermon. . On that nlghi will be no service at the church, '•'•; ; EV. LUTHERAN, P, j, •PaHtor— Sunday school 10; 1 service 10:30. The Aid «|ii| this afternoon with Mrs. J, ( sensky . . . Choir practice I evening at 7:30 ... The S. I meets tomorrow evening at II parsonage . . . Thanksglvl English services will te 10:30 . . . German communl be celebrated a week from I Announcements for the .communion will be received! day, November 28, at the p we'll stick to- 'em. '. " « * ; •'•,'•''•'''• ''pHIS WEEK at the Call Is-one of 1 declining action, falling constantly from the King of Jazz to Ruth Chatterton's "Once a Lady," which we may safely call the depths. Once a Lady was an unfortunate choice for so talented an actress as Miss Chatterton, but It was also a NAZARENE, A. W. ui Trwiiv Pastors — Many, prayers tbat God hears swers in these days. Faltiil measure of your Blessing i faith is determined by your ll ness. . . Church school, JMiJ ing worship 11, theme, Thel ct your Blessing. Evening! 7:°n. th"me, The Proi] come and hear of God's i of prosprity. . . Prayer each Wednesday-evening 1JJ FIHST LTJTHElttTf-H E. Johnson in charge; school at 10 o'clock, serviced Junior Mission band meeiil day at 2:30 at Luther hattf THE ADVANCE INVITES ATTEND ITS COOKTOG Xext HON., TUBS, WE six at games from three to five. Af ter games refreshments were served The guests were Doreen and Alic Kohlwes, Ardls Kresensky, Lavonne and Joan' Wolcott and 'Meredith Larson. Teachers Party Tuesday,— The November teachers party will ALGONIAN TALKS ON RUSSIA TO BRITT COMMERCIAL CLUB John Alexander, local representative of the James farm Implement company, gave a talk on-Russia before a meeting of the Brltt Commercial club last week Wednesday evening. His subject was the "Economic Background of Soviet Russia, in which he showed that the old regime of the Czarlst government was never overthrown, but rather rotted out and died, 1 and the nation was left without government or ways and means of feeding its 180,000,000 people. Mr. Alexander's talk was given before 58'members of the Brltt Commercial club ', in their annual meeting In which the city decided to decorate their streets in the same manner as in Algona. Jm GHAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY • Middle Western Division Union Attend the Advance Cooking School, Mary Fraser, teacher of Dist. No. 1, the Robert Sarchet school, announces, a program for next week Wednesday evening. There are US pupils in this Standard school which she is teaching for the second year. Candy and lunches of sandwiches pie and coffee will be sold. CornhusUlng for those who have not finished is being done at intervals when rain does not prevent. Buildings on the George Boevers farm, the Harry Keith farm and the farm tenanted by > the Louis Bodes have been painted recently. At the former farm a modern two- car garage has been built-from an old granary. These farms are located on No- 109 north of MORE FOR YOUR MONEY but MORE WHAT? i How can any shopper know what she is getting when she accepts unknown, untried products? Every Item Sold by BASKET GROCERY AIGONA'S FIJjEST FOOD STOBE Is guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or your money will be returned without any question— you be the judge. You will wonder how you can buy so cheap at such an unusually clean, up-to-date food store. These prices good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday, subject to prior sale.' (We reserve the right to limit quantities.) ' SODA CRACKERS, fresh, 3 Ll). Box _-—-, 15c PUMPKIN—Large can of Monarch _ _ ,40c WALNUT MEATS, new crop, Ib, _ __ 89c APPLES, good cooking, basket ——™1—59c Bring container for your apples. FRESH MEATS—COMPLETE LINE BOLOGNA, per Ib, JOc ItOAST BEEF, choice, Ib, l§c 2Lbi Dollar Day — THREE BIG DAYS - ! ;•- -•• ' '•••...-•••' >' Thursday jj-r Friday — Saturday A merchandise drama with the power of dynamite, and 'economical buyer can afford to turn a deaf ear to thu ordinary message of savings we are of fering. Sugar 20 Lbs. .Granulated sugar $1.00 Ladies': fancy Gaite's Overshoes $1.00 Ladies' Rubbers Ladies' rubers, all sizes 2 pair, $1.00 Yacht Club Peas 10 cans $1.00 , 15c grade Silk Hose $1 values, to close out 4 pairs $1.00 Maxwell House Coffee 35c Shoes One lot children's school shoes $1.00 pair Hatt Ladies' winter baits $5 and $6 values •: $1.00 Men's heavy Work Rubben $1.75 values $1.00 pair Union Suits Children's fleece lined union suits 2 for $1.00 Blanket! Single plaid ' 59c Pineapple No. IQ size can Dreiiei Girls' school 2 for ^nw Men'f Oven Oatmeal large pkg., I5c Coffee, 19c Matches, 6 bx.lSc Algona Butter • T Drew ShirtJ rfen'B$2.00vaH Out they go ' or $1.00 on Dollar I I Corn High grade, I5c quau- 10 cans ?»'' 85 large irg- large Butternut fee, " "" 5lb. cor» Peaches Cot' ,~•"* .,*>,..*.(*._•

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