Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 3, 1931
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V%J7\^ «- ««• KOSSUTH COUNTY APVAKCB. ALOONA. IOWA C A L t ', December 4 SALLY O'NEILL m "Salvation Nell" UNEMPLOYMENT FUND proceeds from 4 o'clock matinee and two to the Algona fund. • The Rov. and Mrs. P. j. Branor wore Mason City callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs, C. T. Chubb spent tho week-end with the Guv Taylors nt Sitnix Cily. T. C. Sherman, In charge of a closed bank at Traer, spent tho week-end with Mrs. Sherman. Alox Duncitn and Earl Ellsworth, umlertnkoi-H at Humboldt, were Algona business visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. ,T. Nilles, o£ Rem- of Saturday, December 5 1 < 30-3"30 matinees—10-30c , ,1.1-Toni Tyler In "Battling Buffalo Bill" 'Shown only at matinee Saturday. . POWELL in "The Road to Singapore" sen, were Thanksgiving guests ui Airs. Nilles' mother, Mrs. Eva Arend. E. P. Hahm, of St. Benedict, visited hero Friday. He spent Thanksgiving with hfs family at St. Bene" W. Fox went to Mt. Car- and Monday, December 0 and 7 1-3 O'clock Matinees, Night 6-7-9. COOPER Bnd CLAUDETTE COLBERT w -rhe man men remembered. Thrilling battle it Watch for 'the wonderful baby, Richard Spiro j brings them together. _ and Wednesday, December 8-» T10NEL BARRYMORE ELISSA LANDI I W In "The Yellow Ticket" ] Rem ember Barrymore in "Free Soul" with Nor- IShearer and plan to see this one. and Friday, December 10 and 11 diet. Dr. roll, 111., Sunday Cor several days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox. Mrs. Ira Iverson and children, of Clinton, and Lula Huenhold, of Minneapolis, spent Thanksgiving at the parental home. Mrs. Oliver Moe and her daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck, visited relatives and friends at Forest City _ „_ attending the state university at Towa City, spent the week-end at the home of her sister, Mrs. 3 .M. Herbst. The R. Q. Rlchardsons spent Sun Barkers were also guests. R. S. Blossom, Mrs. Howard Bcardsley, "and Roscoe Stewart, of near Sexton, spent Sunday at Cherokee. Mr. Blossom visited with Mrs. Blossom, and Roscoe visited his mother. Mrs. David Stewart. Mrs. Beardsley has a brgther living at Cherokee. Hilda Campbell, in charge of Marl- sold Beauty Shoppc II, spent Thanksgiving with her parents at Pine Island, Minn. She returned Sunday. During her absence- Beulah Hartshorn, employed at the Marigold No. I shop, was In charge of her shop. The L. T. Mitchells, of Emmetsburg, Mrs. D. F. Shumway, of Sutherland, and daughter Margaret were Thanksgiving guests of County At- .orney and Mrs. G. B. Shumway. Mrs. Mitchell Is a sister of Mr. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hucscr, I'as- tor—December Is here. Each Sunday evening service this month will be a Christmas service. If you want to get the most out. of the Christmas season then include those four services In your Christmas activities. One service In honor of the Christ is not enough. Come and attend all of these, and we promise you that the result will lie a deeper Christmas experience. Here are the sermon titles: Shumway, and Mrs. D. P. Shumway •«-~ jb. ^. it ..~...i. *...,«..., .jfv,.... u,.... t jntyitji.u.i.e iJuwur anu ngni day at Bancroft, guests of the Dr. a t O'Neil as an Inspector. s his mother. Pearl Walker spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Walker, who live northwest of town. Pearl Is attending the American Institute ot Business at Des Molnes, and was recently initiated into Alpha Iota, national honorary business sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kruse and daughter Patricia, of O'Neil, Neb. went home Sunday after spending several clays with Mr. Kruse's par ents, County Treasurer and Mrs. H N. Kruse. Hubert Is employed with Interstate power and light company Dec. 6 — The Shepherds in the Christmas Drama. Dec. 13—We in the Christmas Drama. Dec. 20—The Wise Men In the Christmas Drama. Dee. 27—The Villain In the Christ mas Drama. Each evening a cartoon will b Irawn for the boys and girls. Christ mas music, both vocal and instru mental, will play an Important part with her parents, Dr. and Barnes. She will return JOE E. BROWN In "Local Boy Makes Good" Co-eds were his college. , Saturday, December 12 Santa Glaus and his reindeer will be in Algona auto-giro will be in Algona on this day. ^HUSTON LORETTA YOUNG In "The Ruling Voice" [ Watch for the attempted control of the milk busi- s by big business in the city! E. A. Howes. Doctor Howe is an uncle of Mr. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz spent Thanksgiving at Omaha with AVnl- ter's mother, Mrs. O. boron-/,, who mnkos her home with a daughter. Mrs. C. F. Erickson, of Minneapolis, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson. Mrs. C. F. Erickson is a sister-in-law of the local Brick- sons - spena Cliff Aalf spent Thanksgiving and, Bleser and W- the weektend with his parents at Akron. Mr. Aalf is the Armour company representative in this territory Mrs. George Elbert went to Rolf Monday night to visit till tonlgh Mrs wit Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck, Mrs Raymond Oliver and Mrs. Leo Walt )f condition. Emmoris Is a small own of about 300 on the etate line north of Lake Mills. P. P. Zerfass will go to Des Molnes next Monday to attend a convention of fair secretaries, agricultural leaders and directors of farmer insti- utes. Among subjects to be discussed will be financing of fairs In 1932, amusement programs, benefits of fairs to communities, the Iowa conservation program and the agricultural and 'business outlook for towa and the midwest. Speakers Include Gov. Dan Turner, Secretary M. E. Bacon, of the Central States Exposition at Aurora, 111., and M. H. Barnes, of Chicago, producer of fair attractions. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ressegule, of Omaha, and their daughter Joan, went home Sunday several days with Morning worship at 11 Sunday school at 10 . . . B. Y. P. U. it 6:30. . .prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30. 3IKTH011I8T, C. V. llnlac, Pastor —There are 180,000,000 people In Russia, 50 per cent more than In the U. S. A. Russia Is six times as large as the U. S. A. The potentialities of the Russian situation Interest everybody, hut It Is difficult to get dependable Information. Next Sunday evening John Alexander, a native of Russia, will speak in this church ^uiyinunu vjnver ana ivirs. ijeo WUIL-. ' . ers, who will be guests at a part giving special consideration to the given hy Mrs. Barnes tonight. Bernadette Barbaras, of Harpers Ferry, came Thanksgiving day to spend a few days with the John Bieser and W. J. Payne families. She returned Sunday night to Har- FCE BOOK AND GIFT SHOP Greeting Cards Carry Messages of Fellowship and Good Cheer SEND CHRISTMAS CARDS We have the finest display of leading manufac- s 1 output. BEAUTIFUL CARDS AT 5c I Ask to see the up-to-date assortments of 12, 15, [20 cards, beautifully boxed, priced 25c, 85c, 50c, I $1.00. Christmas wrappings, ties, seals, at less money i you have ever paid. NEW LOW PRICES ON !CA RADIOTRON TUBES 227 __ [226 — 280 __ 171 _. . 201-A NOW .$1.00 _ .80 _ 1.00 _ .90 _ .75 1927 $6.00 3.00 3.50 3.50 2.25 ALL OTHER TUBES LOWER , Do not buy off brand tubes when RCA Radio- bns can be purchased for so little. , All our tubes fc tested on our new Jewel tube-tester insuring fet-class operation. Tubes may get injured in ship- lut causing shorted elements which may burn out | tubes in set or damage power spark. WHY GAMBLE? I Tubes bought here are tested for all ailments. HOLECEK RADIO AND MUSIC SHOP IpNE 371 • ALGONA GROCERY [Week End Specials PBJPRUIT— FLOUR— Guarantee . 24 V2 Ib, sack-- Guaranteed, 58c MACARONI—. JELL POWDER— Butternut, 25 C Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss spent Saturday evening visiting friends at Archer. Mrs. Loss taught there at one time. She .was formerly Ethel English. Adel Herbst, who teaches home economics at Indio, Calif., Is expected December 18 to visit her brothers, Joel and Theo. Herbst, and other relatives. Presbyterian women will have a supper at the Legion hall Saturday, and will start serving at 5 o'clock. The menu appears in an adv. elsewhere In the Advance. Kathryn Misbach, senior in home economics at the state college at Ames, returned to Ames Sunday after several days visit with her fam ily, the Jos. Misbachs. Mrs. R. H. Miller went to Estherville Monday to visit till yesterday with her parents and other relatives. • Mr. and Mrs. Miller spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines on business. Lorraine Coonan, of Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit. Lorraine is a . sister, of Mrs. Streit ,and is employed in the county treasurer's office at Emmetsburg. Clarabelle and Fred Clark spent the week-end with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Clark. Clarabelle is attending I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, and Fred is attending the state college, Ames. Mildred Aman returned Sunday pers Ferry, where she Is employed in a bank.- Miss Barbaras Is a sister of Meadames Payne and Bleser. Elizabeth Metille, R. N., who has been caring for Mrs. Frank Zender, returned to her home at Corwlth Friday and Mrs. Nick Semon, of Whittemore, practical nurse, Is now staying at the Zender home. ' Mrs. Zender is improving rapidly, but is not able to be out of bed very much as yet. . Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Barry took the former's sister, Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith and daughter Mary Susan, to Des Moines Sunday. The Barrys returned Monday. Mrs. Smith and daughter had been with the J- J Holtzbauers the past few weeks. The late Mrs. Holtzbauer and Mrs Smith are sisters. Raymond Oliver, employed at the religious side of the Russian prob lem. He is an interesting and flu ent speaker, and understands the background of the Russian situation as only a native can. Educated In lermany, Mr. Alexander speak after visiting „..„_ the former's mother, Mrs. T. H.« Holmes. The Ressegules will move to Chicago next woek-end, and Wilfred will be employed In a department of the Continental Illinois Trust & Savings bank. They will make their home t Evanston. Wilfred has been with le bank since his graduation from le state university five years ago. le has been employed in the bank's ond department, and before going o Omaha two years ago was at Des dolnes. 20 AIGONIANS ATTEND ROTARY AT FORT DODGE Twenty members of the local Rotary club went to Fort Dodge Monday evening,- and with clubs from Eagle Grove, Humboldt, Webster City, and Fort Dodge met in the Wahkonsa hotel for a program on Internationalism given following dinner at 7 o'clock. ood English, as well as Russian nd German . . . The Aid will mee it the church this afternoon. Al members are earnestly urged to b iresent. PRESBYTERIAN, J. 1. Coleman Pastor — We are glad to again ca he church to worship after an ab- , Elbert garage, spent Sunday at Ma son City with Mrs. Oliver who has been with her mother, Mrs. H. E Gmelin, the past few weeks. Mrs Gmelin has been critically 111 fol lowing an operation for a rupture appendix. Mrs. Oliver is expectec home this week-end. A basket social last week Wednes day evening at Dist. No. 4, Burt ****«*» sence because of Illness Church women will serve a public supper at the Legion hall Saturday, beginning at 5 o'clock . . . Morning sermon theme, Seeing Jesus Evening, C. E. at 6:30, a crowd Is desired Sermon subject, Men That Have Lost Control. The evening service offers you an opportunity of fellowship and s'ervlce under the most favorable circumstances; a comfortable room, well lighted, and a cordial welcome. Dr.' Thomas R. Niven, Presbyter- Ian minister, of Waterloo, veteran of the World war, spoke on international good will, disarmament and the Geneva conference. Special stunts on the program were furnished by Webster City, Humboldt, and Fort Dodge, and the entire program did not last more than an hour. The delegation from Algona in- luded Al and Melzar Falkenhainer, !. J. and Harold Gilmore, W. A. ^.orenz, K. D. James, B. R. Morrison, M. J. Pool, Evert Hancher, Geo. Godfrey, A. L. Peterson, S. J. Backus, F. D. Mathes, Joel Herbst, M. J. Streit, H. M. Hauberg, J. F. Overmyer, J. A. Brownell, W. H. Godlen, and N. C. Rice. XAZABENE, A. W. and Hazel Ir- ivlii, Pastors—With the old-fashioned John Wesley, perfect love in our hearts, and a burden for lost souls we are pushing on toward, the Eternal City. God answered prayer again giving us hungry souls and good services last Sunday, for which we praise Him. Sunday schoo two teachers, Margaret Laabs and Dorothy Johnson, are grateful for the success of their first social. Both are new teachers and finished a normal training course in the Algona high school last June. Helen Erickson, of Sioux City, spent the week-end with Ruth, .unu^u -.» • . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Me after five days visit with Josephine j Kefi Ruth is attending high school; Kohns, school chum, at Cherokee. Both girls attended Mt. St. Marys academy at Cherokee and the former was graduated last spring. Bernice Harrington, attending Grinnell college, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington. Her parents took her to Mason City Sunday and from there she went to Grinnell via train. County Auditor Bertha Johnson, her mother, Mrs. Maria C. Johnson, and ,Mrs. Flora Tiss returned Friday from Cedar Rapids, where they spent Thanksgiving •"'"• ™" a Johnson's daughter, Forst. Ernestine Chubb, of with Mrs. Mrs. Edna Frederick, Hilllcatiu^ v*i»«"", ~Md is expected Sunday morning to visit till after the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. Ernestine is assistant home demonstration agent in the courfty at Frederick. reu«iJ^*>" . Maurine Miller, employed as cashier and stenographer at the Y. W. C A. nt Mason City, spent Friday and Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Guy Mantor, and her brother Edwin, employed at the Paine & Sorensen Mr. McKee is employed with Ken nedy & Parsons, and the family mov ed here from Sioux City last July. They are living in one of the Philip Kqhlh'aas apartments. Edna Celander, of Washington, D. C., who spent last week here with friends went, to Green Moun tain Monday morning, and expected to leave for Washington Tuesday Edna has a brother at Green Moun tain. She is in the government em ploy. Edna served as deputy count auditor here a few years. Supt. and Mrs. Wm. Shirley re turned Monday from Lincoln, Neb where they had gone last week Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with their son, Dr. Hale Shirley During the Shirleys' absence Mrs Merle Schwietert took care of tlr buslness at the superintendent's o fice at the courthouse. Dr. W. D. Andrews went to Kirks ville, Mo., last week Wednesda tnT Mrs. Lloyd Potter drove to For.t Dodge last week Monday, returning Tuesday. Mr. Potter consulted a specialist concerning hte health. Mrs. Jessie Dalzlel, of Algona, kept house while the Potters McKee. Ruth McKee. Fenton Buy Two Pairs Get One Pair Free ^ Rollins Hosiery Nov. 27 to Dec. 5 Here's an economical solution to your gift problem. First quality full fashioned Rollins Runstop Hosiery at an unusual saving. Your selection of popular styles and all wanted shades for winter. Beautiful chiffon or service sheer that have been best sellers with us. Buy them d*4 ^Vt% by the deft en. , ^ I »^99 This is not "sale" hosiery but regular quality styles in Gordon high grade numbers. Just another :way of proving "It pays to buy d*4 C~ at Goeders." BUY TWO PAIRS AND GET ONE PAIR FREE QtcSpoiligjtt lltLy tJVCIlllIti "•»• J-'tOfc. .mj. *1 — — >TII*UI.* i. ** i township was successful and the : 45; morning worship, 11—-theme - - - he Way to Obtain God's Creates jift; evening service, 7:30*-theme The Way of Life . . . prayer meet ngs Wednesdays . . . Fasting and rayer service Friday. E. tUTHERAX, P. J. Braner, 'astor—Sunday school at 10; Engish preaching service at 10:30 ... The Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Robert Liesener Choir practice Thursday evening at 7:30 ... The S. S. T. meets Friday evening at 8 The children will meet at the church next Saturday at 2 o'clock to practice the Christmas program. FIRST LUTHERAN, Rev. -Oscar E. Johnson—Sunday school at 10; (Held from last week. 1 ) Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosseisen celebrated their twenty-fifth wed ding anniversary by entertaining '. fifty relatives and friends at din- ' ner at their home Sunday. Mesdames Weber Yager, Amos Finnestad, and Henry Shulte entertained at cards at the W. C. Stamer home last Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played at seven tables, Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod winning high scoree, and Mrs. Walter Jentz low. Refreshments were served after the game. Young people held a party at the opera house Friday night. Cards vere played a.t nine tables, Maxine Weisbrod and Le Roy Huskamp winning the high scores, and Alice Glaus and Clyde Arbogast, low. Dancing followed the game, after which refreshments were served. Martha Gilbert entertained Mable Brandt, Margie Kleinheksel, Lily Rasmussen, Nettie Weisbrod and Mathilda Kressin at the E. A. Weisbrod home last week Monday night. service at 7:30 Missionary society Friday at 2:3ft at the home o1 Mrs. Monlux The Home Circle will meet Friday at 8, Mrs. Oscai Norman and Linnea Brown entertaining . . . Dorcas society wil have a bake sale at Moe & Sjogren's at 10:30 Saturday. their sons Paul, Eugene, and Don aid, and Mrs. Hutchins 1 mother Mrs. Ida Minkler, spent Thanksgiv The time was spent at sewing, and refreshments were served. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, and Mrs. Emma Curry spent last week Tuesday afternoon at the F. J. Weisbrod home. The time was spent tieing quilts. . A ten-pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Huskamp, north of town, last week Wednesday night. This is their first child, and has been Mrs. iaa minium-! oi«=n>. j..«—"-~o-. •»»„„ in g with the W. H. Baileys at named Phyllis Mae. Marshall, Minn. 'The Hutchins re- Sr. ! snM»' .M.r. Hlld. Horn. JUCl O v««—o ._ day at Allison with Mrs. son's brother. Godfred- VJllCf *!*"«! •»••—and returned home Tuesday wit Mrs. Andrews and their bab daughter Beverly. Mrs. Andrew went to Kirksville several weeks ago, and their daughter was born there a few weeks ago. Mrs. Andrews has relatives at Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hagerhorst, of Eagle Grove, last Thursday night. After dinner hours were spent playing bridge, and Mr. and Mrs A K. Cliff, former Algonians, now of Ames, who were ateo guests, received the family bridge prize. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. I<awrence, of Cedar Rapids, came 'Friday for a visit at the T. J. Vincent home Sunday Mr. Lawrence went to Virginia, Stan* where he attended a Silver F OX show. Jane Vincent spent Thanksgiving and the week-end with her parents, and Sunday returned to Franklin Park, 111., where she is cently finished a course at I. B. i- to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. teaching school. Peggy . n Wehler, of Omaha, **w . spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. W. Wehlei. Peggy Jane's father, Raymond Wehler. and his sister Marie, drove to Omaha last week Wednesday for her Her grandparents and «ay- mond and Marie took her to Guthrle Center Sunday, and there she was " teacher o spn thewp^nd with he, sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd B. Saunders. Mr. and Mra. launders are newcomers here. They e living " the on late Mrs. Kate Minnesota. turned home Friday, but Mrs. Minkler remained and will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Baiey. Paul and Eugene returned to Ames Saturday, where they are attending the state college. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and their two-year-old daughter came Thanksgiving morning to spend the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, Hutchison. Donald has been a member of the Deacon, Sargent, Spangler and Hutchison law firm, of Cedar Rapids, for some time. Their 13-months-old daughter Nancy was left with a maid at Cedar Rapids. They returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday. Another office space in the city hall is being partitioned off for Supt. Jos. Kelly's use. The room is to be north of those built recently for the mayor's office and the city marshals. The offices are on the east side of the building and the rest of the space will be used for a large table for the city council meetings. Later It is planned to put In steel cells in the basement of the building for a city jail, as the county jail is often crowded to more than capacity. Mayor C. F. Specht, Jos. Kelly, Frank Kohlhaas, Frank Geigel, Thps. Kain, C. Herman, and Oscar Anaerson went to Emmons yesterday afternoon to Inspect a new fire ruck recently bought at Bmmons. A salesman for the company was here, and with Frank Kohlhaae furnished cars for the trip. There is ome talk of a new truck here as the present trucks are'not Jn the best Mrs. G. W. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Olson, who has been at Waterloo the past summer, came last week and will spend some time with her daughter here. The Afternoon bridge club met Saturday afternoon with Mrs. B. J. Frank, east of town. The high score was won by Mrs. A. J. Krause. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey are parents of a girl, Mary Mildred, 'born Friday morning. The Baileys now have four boys and one girl. A son was born to Mr, and Mrs. M. B. Burwash at the Algona hospital Friday. SPECIALS - This Week Rainwater Crystals 21c Bran Flakes, 2 pkgs. ——We Marshmallows, 1 Ib. -15c 5 Ib. sack Corn Meal 14c Good Cheer Coffee, 1 Ib. __19c 2 Ibs. 35c. Swansdown Cake Flour, per pkg. .—- 23c Pancake Flour Sic Pineapple, No. 1 can 8c Lux Toilet Soap, 3 for 21c . Old Nick Candy Bars, 3 for lOc j6 cans Pork and Beans —366 Corn Flakes, large 90 1 box Schraffts Chocolates 49c Peanut Brittle, 2 Ib. — 25e Chocolate Creams, 2 Ibs. —86c Dates,. 2 Ibs. 35e Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs. 35c Dried Apricots, 2 Ibs. 95o Magic Washer We Hamburger and Sausage, 1 Ib. — ; - M« Sanl Flush 18e Best Grade Flour, 49 Ib. bag, $1.29, 24i/ 2 Ib. bag. _68c Every bag guaranteed. f 1 dozen large Oranges ————85c Ask about our Wonderful Pantry Shelf Assortment 12 assorted No. 2 cans highest grade vegetables $1.88 AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT R_Profits Small R—Business Great That's the way we operate. Fresh Meats, Oysters, Fruit, Vegetables CATHEIN M. GREEN I PHONE 245 -,ij' WE DELIVER. »»»••••»»»*»' The New Nickless 5c Cigar VERY MILD gSS? went to Columbia ohnon Mr Saunders Is connected with Kennedy & Parsons, the former SHU Butter Tub & Supply Co. Mr and Mrs. K. P. James returned Friday from Omaha, where they had gone last week Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with their Daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby The Nasbys recently moved fron} Ottumwa to Omaha. Mr. Nasby, who is ^attorney, has charge of the lega department of four states for th Prudential Life Insurance company Three applications for license were made at the clerk* office during the past cer They we Milton MoF94den, of For Absolutely FREE! —a useful Rawlelgh poduet to the head of any family who calls at my residence at 809 West State street In ^U^ona during the week beginning November 80th and endtog December 7th. you will find on display something like 26 new Bawlelgh pjroducts now being Introduced *>y W» company. Free Gift te awaiting y.o«v Oome ai$ get it, Now packed in HUMI-TUBES and Always Fresh Made particularly for the excessive smoker, but Is also popular wliU those vuo enjoy an extremely rattd cigar Let your next cigar be a NICKLESS and prove to yourself the delightful mildness of this fine 5c'cigar. For Sale by DONT/OO/ • YQURSEtF! You may be cardW about fire hazards, •keep the place in perfect repair, and all that. But in a half-hour'* time a tornado can demolish your buildings and cost you a staggering sum. The only care on your part that witt surely prevent storm lots » to ttfc* out enough insurance. T|»e cost of « National Citizens Mutmls storm, policy is very little, T**e protection fe complete. " 1 , <v - i .,-/ Your Saving *rCMwt JfjftfVtff Storm V " NATIONAL ClTHSHl

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