Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1932 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1932
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Lt to say .about (flue weather. L to say about (Football games. Jhat to say about [Fresh Fruits. at to say about [Fresh Vegetables. at, to say about [Fresh Cookies, hat to say about [iten's. FairyCrackers hat to say about I presidential elections hat to say about [Groceries. at your opinion is about ie'Dependon WHITTEMORE WOMAN IS 75; CELEBRATES , f rs ' Whltlomoro, Nov. 8— ner guests llt OciJ1 . KO honor of i he 7 5th l.lrtlulnv ljOUta Nifw "i. At'*. Meyer-',, were; John NIw , en „„„ ( Martan,,EMoi-«; th e (! ,, s family, Web.ster City; thn Wu Nis son family, Renwiek; the Mnr ln Nta«en H . BmmctHliui- B! ihc Nick Looft family. Armstrong; t h n , ce event u-ns a «m-prtoo. k t 1°,' y ,' V ° in wllh fmc « h "«- kets while Mrs. Mary NlsHon wa church, an«l dinner was hlg-h noon. Table cluded a . Wrtlulny a« at at decorations In- cake beautifullv decorated with 75 candles low and white baby ana voi- chrysanthe- y remember the "Pure jill" Coffee; and others— Hike : '' : [Richelieu Groceries At kre's \I\IT free deliveries daily Phone 290 and 291 lllrMulny Dinner Is Olvon— f £, M " ml)er of rel^tlvos attended a G:30 dinner at Adam Llob's, Lotts Creek in honor of Edward Licb's birthday. Present were Mrs. Edward Lieb's parent*, the William Meyer family, and Mrs. E bleb's sisters and .brothers, the Hugo and Albert Meyers, -.11 of Whlttemore; the Henry Laucks, West Bend; the Martin Meyers, Garner, and Mr. Lien's sisters and brothers, the Roy Millers, Ponton; the Arnold Melnes and the Relnhard Ltebs, of Lotts Creek. Old-Timer Is Kowillert— Last week's Sunday Register carried a story of a Spencer man inventing and getting a patent on a I milk bottle 'holder. John CuIIen recalled the local's attention to our once local dairy man, Billy Duu, deceased, who used to conduct a dairy in this community 20 years ago. Mr. Dan had the same kind of a holder for his customers as the Spencer man is commercializing on. Mrs. Lauritzcn Opens Cafe— The New Home Cafe opened Saturday. It Is located next door to the Cavanaugh pharmacy. Free coffee and lunch was served during the day. The proprietor is Mary Lauritzen, who will serve plate luncheons, meals, and Short orders. The interior of the building has been newly decorated. COUNTY ADVANCE}. ALflclNA. IOWA Sttndat/ School Class at Lakota Organized >tter Toast witktfo poleman TOAST OVEN Ukntn, N OV . .ii.-_ Tho Berenn Sun- nay «f-h(iol rldss held un organization mooting nnd class tiarty at Mr. and •>'ih. .1. II. Wai-burton's last week \\cdnesday evening, with an at- nnco of 20. Officers were olect- I'oarl Smith, president; Lorraine vice; I-Inrry Warburton, scc- "•ctnry-lreaHiirer. The class will be d virted Into two sections, one furnishing entertainment, the other ent-f. at the next pn.rty. This order will IK- reversed for a January party. Uorothy Clcmnns nnd Sylvia Koppen wei-o appointed captains. Mrs. Onnl AVhocler Honored— Mrs. w. E. Ley entertained 12 women nt an afternoon tea party last wnck Tuesday in honor of her mother, Mrs. Opnl Wheeler, Frecler- Icksburg, Fin., who has spent the summer and autumn In Iowa. The following women were guests: Mesdames W. E. Gutknecht, .F. G. Torino, Julia Wortman, Jerry Ukena, AVIlliam Turley, N. E. Noble, J. H. Warburton, Delia Smith, 'c. R Smith, Opal Wheeler, all of Lakota; Wilfred Carlson, Swea City; Albert Smith, Fort Dodge. The Wheelers are former residents of Lakota many years. They moved to a farm oulh of Algona some years ago, and Ir. Wheeler died there. 'iiHtor Sick With the Fin— The Rev. F. O. Johnson has been onflned to his bed since last week A r odnesday by a relapse of the flu, ind he was not able to fill his pulpit •Sunday morning. Mrs. Johnson took "barge of the service, and the sermon hour was filled by four mem- of the Epworth League who alked on The Manhood of the Maser. These young folks, Emory Smith, Beth Hamquist, Dorothy ilemans, and Lorraine Smith, gave entertaining talks, and they are a credit to the church. The choir sang an anthem, and Mrs. Oran O'Keefe xing a solo. Now yon en tew baked, jast-rifht... the, kind 700 lfl» bat "Mom get Th* Cole. un Toast Oven touts two «lic«, both ridw, : • one operation* It's the finest toaster yen' BW| - ' , The Colemen to • compact little oven, beautifully. designed •odfinuhedingleemine t*ckl process ohrome P>*te. HM ebaniyed on treys *with t«y» and »«ovabU cnybb tray. Comes eompMto with quality cord and Yo»f Ucal DaaJar Leave for »w Home— The D. J. Carltons, of Rapid City, S. D., who 'have been visiting Mrs. Carlton's father, A. C. Quinn, south of town, left last Thursday for their new -home at Muscatine, where Mr. Carlton Is employed in the cleaning business with his father. Mrs. Carl,on was formerly Nina Qulnn. oans I3CM) OR LESS «» e to a loau, rit* or 'ouniy F. IJ. Plnns Program— Mesdames John Heetland and J. Hf. Wai-burton, with Emma Gut- cnecht. attended a county Farm Bu•eau meeting at the Legion 'hall, Al- g-ona, Friday. Paul Taff, of the extension department, Ames, was present, and the county F, B. program j wns discussed and adopted. The n-oject and 4-H club leaders dis- ussed plans for their work. Letters will he sent to township project chairmen and 4-H leaders asking nominations for county chairman of project work and chairman of the 4-H club committee. Sixteen Women nrldfre Quests— Mesdames C. R. and Delia Smith encrlalned 16 women at bridge Friday evening at the former's home in honor of Mrs. Opal Wheeler, ' who was presented a guest prize. Mrs. Turley won the high score, and a Miss Coupanger, Minneapolis, visiting her sister, Mrs. William Schroe- cler, the consolation prize. MelhoiMI, Ala 1'1/nis Hjiznnr— Mrs. A, T. iBuckel.s was hostess to the Methodint Aid last week Wednesday afternoon. A quilt committee took out a wedding ring quilt, and members finished it. Final plans were laid and committees were named for a bazaar November 16. Lnhnta Tcncher Olives Tarty— Helen Awe, local teacher, entertained at five tables of bridge last week Wednesday evening, at Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith's in honor of Miss Chrlstensen, Des Molnes. Miss Awe lives with the -Smiths. Pastor Attends IMstrelt, Conference— : The Rev. 'F. O. Johnson attended an Algona district conference at Wesley last week Wednesday. Bishop Leete, Omaha, preached in the evening, and Ruet college singers from Holly Springs, Miss., sang. Church Holds Missionary Fest— The Presbyterians 'held a Missionary festival Sunday, with a. crowded house at each service. The sum of $'S5 was received for. missionary work. Epwortli League Plans Knlly— An Epworth League rally will be held at the local Methodist church this week Thursday' evening, and a 25c supper will be served at 6:30. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce attended a party last week Wednesday evening at the Country club clubhouse, Algona, for telephone employes. . Georgia Snell, Morris, Minn., is visiting the Jacob Telcamps. Miss Snell is a 'niece of the Telcamps. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Worley's parents at Mason City, The E. A. Clemans were Esther- PAGE 8BVBN • "W. J. rayne, Editor. Clinrlos Klninp, Field Jteporter. At Swea City tlie h.is SOO bushels of corn stored contracted for, and will UKO Baptist church or the called .at the farm, he showed us a picture of a ball team taken in 1SSC. ville and Emmetsburg -visitors Saturday. Mesdames Woodworth and Hamquist were Algona visitors Friday. Oscar Anderson, St. Paul, was a visitor at F. G. Torino's Sunday. Mrs. Addle Seymour, Algona, was a. business visitor here 'Friday. Farm Deal Is Made— A deal was made the past week ivhereby F. W. Bierstedt became the owner of a finely improved 160-acre farm located,four miles southwest of Algeria. The 80 acres now occupied jy E. Schmellng were part of the lurchase price. J. M. Butler was agent. Attend Shower In Alg-ono— The J. E. Walkers spent Friday in Algona. Mrs. Walker attended a shower at Mrs. Henry Johannsen's for Mrs. Harold Walker, formerly Marie Souls. Hostesses were Mrs Henry Johannsen, Mrs. Harold Kuecker, and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Wins Watch at Cavanaugh's— Peter KpHasch won a 15-wrist watch at Cavanaugh's store 'Saturday. Other Wlilttemore News. The Carl Hansens and daughter Joan, accompanied^-by Bernlce Balgeman, of Whlttemore, and a brother of Mr. Hansen, Le Roy, of Hoi- stein, who had been visiting here drove to Holstein Sunday to visit at H. Hansen's. LeRoy Hansen remained at Holsteln, and Beverly Hansen, duughter of the Carl Hansens, returned home with them Beverly had been visiting her grandparents. The younger element here was out with Jack-o'-lanterns, masks, etc., last week Monday night, celebrating Halloween, but there was no disorder or depredations of consequence. There was a dance at the Hlgglns hall for which SO numbers were sold. Music was •furnished by the local orchestra, Buff and his Gloom Chasers. Delores Kloock, Garner, accompanied the Martin Meyers, of Garner, to. Whlttemore Saturday for an over-Sunday visit. She ' visited at George Meyer's, and the Martin Meyers visited at William Meyer's and Fred Strucker's. Lenny Dunn and Ernie Lund, Algona, spent last week Wednesday In Whlttemore. Lenny visited his parents, the Joe Dunns. ' Lenny Is attending the Algona academy this year and plays football. The Joseph Uulriches, son Eddie, daughter Mrs. Niels Smith, of Fort Dodge, were visitors at Dr. J. w. McCreery's last week Tuesday with Grandma Chalus. Mrs. Ulrich and Mrs. Chalus are sisters. The Henry Schultww and Arthur Heldenwltha visited Sunday at the Herman 'Haacks home, Fenton. Mr. Haack broke both his heels when he fell a couple of months ago from a 36-ft. silo. „ . Mr. and Mrs. Walter -Dullard, ' Union, and Sister M. Thoma- «ine, of Elkader, returned home last weekday. Jeyjjad fended A. Conarty, of Chl- Seven Auxiliary Units to be Titonka Guests Titonka, .Nov. 8—The local Legion Auxiliary unit will entertain the Algona, Burt, Bancroft, 'Fenton, Lone Rock, Swea City, and Weeley units at a quarterly meeting here Tuesday, December 6, In the basement of the Methodist church. Mrs. Inez Wolfe will be menu chairman. The program will be prepared by the county chairman, Luella Schenck, Burt. Matilda Falk Is president of the Titonka unit. Vance Klcbsainen Visits Here— Vance Relbsamen, of the Greyhound Bus.Co., Washington, D. C., arrived last week Monday to visit relatives till last week Wednesday, when "'he drove to Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Relbsainen accompanying him, for a vtelt till Friday. They came back Saturday, accompanied by Mrs, Ray Keagle and her daughter Shirley, who are spending the week 'here. Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Relbsamen, Mrs. Ray Keagle, and the latter's daughter drove to Marshalltown other relatives. Sunday to visit of Dr. and Mrs. . . . cago, returned 'home last week Mon- Barents, , after a week with the later* Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. r, . . he Tony Waechters, of Gilmore City, vteited Sunday at the_home of Mrs. Waechter'e parents, the Peter Heller and the last week local friends were Sunday bug. Louls Is a son of and P. T. A. Program Is Planned — The P. T. A. meets at the schoolhouse next week Monday night; program: review of an opera, Irma Campbell; Parents and Teachers Together, Mrs. George Bonacker; How Can the Home Cooperate With the Schools? Aletha Schreck ; What Can the 'Home Reasonably Expect from the Schools? Mrs. Ed Zwelfel; What the Community Owes Home and Schools, Mrs. Sadie Denton; discussion by Supt. Hoon on The Purpose and Value of Extra-Currlcular Program. Election Day lunch Served— The Lutheran Aid will serve an election lunch in the basement of the church. Tiny Baby Born Saturday— A 2V4-K>. boy was born to Mr, and Mrs. Ernest 'Peterson, south of town, Saturday. _ Other Titonka News. Raymond Krantz, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Krantz, Algona, drove to Waterloo a few days 'ago, and Mr. and Mrs. Krantz stayed there 'to visit relatives while Raymond wen,t on to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergaet, Dr. and Mrs R. C. Ball, and Mrs. John Fisher attended an Eastern Star Halloween party at Burt 'last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs, A. M. Peterson, the latter postmistress here.acoqmnanied by Mrs. (Frances Budlong .and ^Lilian Crane drove to Hampton Sunday to visit Edith and Hazel Budlong, employed there. The Buffalo Busy Bees Hazel Miller'e Saturday; met at Loraine Lamoreux, assisting hostess. The lesson was on book end» and other desk accessories. Not many of the girls attended. Arthur Jay Budlong, accompaniea by Iva Trunkhlll, Burt, drove to Cedar Rapids WrWayto attend a Coe homecoming. En route they up Edna Knappe at Garner. v,«ws Kennedy, employed at Sioux City a year, accompanied bya Mr Kingbury, of that city, visited the Harry Beed» Sunday. aenevieve Co&rove, nurse at Msson City, ha« fceen vtelttag fcer parents, Mr. *nd Mrs. W. S. Cos- Gladys 40* City Friday V, ly Titonka, was here Saturday, repairing two (buildings he owns. Leota Oesterrelcher, Edithmae Budlong, and Edith Reynolds w.ere Woden callers Sunday evening. The John Pouelsens attended a buttermakers' convention at Mason City last Thursday. Marion, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lamoreux, has been sick. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hansen, Swea City, formerly Titonka, were -here Sunday. Robert Welter, Weeley, was here Saturday. GRAVEL ASSESSMENTS TO BE MADMNJ DISTRICTS Publication of notices of assessment for graveling In two road districts is being made in the Advance for the second'and final time this week. The districts are: No. 195— four miles east and west in Riverdale townships, affecting' sections 25 and 36 in 94-30, and 27. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 in 94-29; No. 203—two miles north and south from the paving a mile and a half west of Sexton In Plum Creek township, affecting sections 26 and 35 in 96-28. Hearings are set for 1:30 p. m. next week .Thursday at the county auditor's office. Objections mus't-be filed In writing before noon that day. Publication of additional. notices of like nature In various parts of the county is being made in the nearest local newspapers. . , Mrs. August Harlg, St. Benedict, spent' a day last week with her daughter, Mrs. L. E, Martin. Rudy Harlg is helping L. E. with corn- picking:. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stephenson, Fairfield, and Hubert Mahon, Eldon, came Sunday to visit the D, A. Teeters, ero4ng- home Monday. D. A. 'a mother, Mrs. Mary: Teeter, also of Fairfield, accompanied the visitors home, after three weeks here. Mr. and Mrs, Archie McDaniels, of Sioux Rapids, spent Friday at the D, D. Sparks, home. Mrs, F. L, Miller returned one day last week from a few days with her daughter,- Mrs. L. H. Crawford, of Minneapolis, Suits Numerous. Many new cases, including a large number of foreclosures, are being filed for the November term of court, which opens a week from Monday. Tomorrow is the last day for filing, grain as fuel In the church. Some of the business houses there also are laying In supplies of corn to lie burned n« fuel. Daat week Wednesday wo called at Mrs. Nell Fan-ell's, one-half mile west of Whlttemore. She' Is build- Ing a new house, 42x28, one story William Roeber, Whlttemore, Is doing the carpenter work. The children, Edward and Frances, are at home, and the family farms 160 acres. We called 'Friday at Ben G. Studer's,'southeast of Weeley. The men were picking corn. Ben has three boys who do the picking with a two- row picker. 'When they have good weather they pick 26 loads a day. Ben says the boys have him faded when'It comes to running machinery. When we called at the George Fox 'home, five miles south o'f Titonka, Saturday, we found George laid up with rheumatism in one shoulder. This Is tough for a- fellow when he las to pick corn. George said that his good neighbor, Henry Gerdes, j was going to pick <some with a picker. •We noticed George Johnson, - of Plum Creek, and F. E. Kent, Ford garage man, at a point north of Swea City one day last week. They were looking for brood sows, and they called- at the R. H. Hardt's, where they inspected BOWS which had evldenca of their production In the shape of 'litters of fat pigs. At Arthur Zumach's, one-half mile weet of Lotts Creek, the family was happy last week Tuesday, a new daughter having arrived the Sunday before. The baby Weighed 7% pounds, and she has been named Ruth. This 'is the second child. The other Is a boy, Gerald. The Zu- machs farm 160 acres, and Arthur had two more days of corn-picking. When we called at Charles Fischer's, just west of Swea City, early last week, Mr.* Fischer jokingly set his dog on' us, and the dog- barked viciously. This ferocious canine Is almost a foot long, and we were glad that 'he was cautious about pressing the attack, so we escaped unharmed. The Fischers are among our long-time friends at Swea City, where we always enjoy visiting. The Roy Lee baby, Shirley Ann, now 13% months old, has grown to be a healthy baby. She now owns a small dog, Patty, and there is a sort of race between Patty, now nearly a foot long, and Shirley Ann to see which can grow up fastest. Their play sometimes gets rough, and a gain in weight on either side may soon make the games too one-sided for the other party. Mr. Lee . is a 'highway engineer. The family lives on Phillips street, Algona, near McGregor. Some folks have said they cannot see how the Reconstruction Finance Corporations' offer to lend rrioney for the purchase of feeder cattle can be of use to tenant farmers whose feed is mortgaged to the landlord We have been wondering whethei it would be possible for landlord and tenant, who are equally interested in getting'better prices for grain, to cooperate in dealing with the R. F. C. It seems a pity that folks who borrowed high-priced money cannot find some way to recuperate their finances by borrowing "the low- priced money now that it is available. The new Milwaukee agent at Hobarton came here from Stanford, SJ D., where 'he was located only a few months. Before that he was at Beulah In Clayton county, only a few miles from where the farm editor was born. 'He was at Beulah 11 years, and before that at the nearest station*on the other side of our birthplace, which was Glard. We spent a few minutes with him, recalling the families of that section when we visited the Kelly home lasl Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly have two sons. An old Clayton county neighbor's son, Robert Schaub, was also there, visiting them. At William Rlcke's, two miles west, one mile south of Wesley, the men were 'picking corn •! - Saturday Mr. Ricke has not been able to pick much, for he has not 'been well, but he has two 'boys who-are* good pickers. They had picked 60 acres and had 40 acres more to pick. One ol the hoys is only 14, Mrs. Ricke remarked that She-wished there could be a boys' contest at picking corn. She thinks her boy would make a record that he'could take pride in .This reminds us of a story we were reading Sunday night about a boy of the same age who lived in Iowa and worked on a farm when he was of the same age. This Vas Hamlin Garland, the noted author who has written many fine -books on, early life in Iowa. We found the hook in question so interesting that we could not lay it down an midnight It is in the Algona library, and Mr. and Mrs. Ricke's boy would, we are sure, be interested to read it. '-:• George Hackman, south of town, on the old pioneer Hackman farm, Is a great hand for preserving records of old times.- He also likes to know trees, and he has probably collected specimens of more different kinds of trees than any other man In the county. Recently, when we He ftlao has the score book for this ball team. The picture shows the men in uniform, with the umpire, who woro a policeman's badge. The players were: Dick Rist, 2nd base; Mr. Hackman, right field; Charles Palmer, center; .Frank Parish, left field; Rob Phe-lps, conch; 'Sam Hutchison, third base; Mike Kahili, first base; "Peach" Cowan, shortstop; and Andrew Phelps, pitcher. Mr. -Hackman has kept track of many of the players, ~no\v scattered In various states—Oregon, Colorado, California, etc. We were discussing the question how he could provide the money to pay for his subscription to the Register, and he explained that he would get it by selling $2 hogs. Sexton Money to Loan Loans in any amount from $40 up to $300 made same day as applied for. Money loaned on livestock, automobiles and other security. Loans can be repaid through small monthly payments or paid in full at any time. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. No waiting or extra signers, we are in position to complete your loan at the time you apply. Phone or write to Inland Finance Corporation Office located North of Iowa State Bank. Plione 55 Algona, Iowa A number of Sexton people attended the funeral of Mrs. Leo J. Miller Tuesday morning at the Catholic church, Algona. 'She died Sunday I morning while Mr. Miller and t'he j hildren were at early mass. Only her mother, Mrs. Anna Lillie, Wes- ey. was with her. She had been bedfast a long time, but wae no vorse that morning than usual. She vas born at Marengo in 1887. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield spent last Thursday and Friday at William Greenfield's, •Irvlng.ton, and helped dress ducks. The William Greenfield laughters, Mrs. William Runchey, South Cresco, and Mrs. John infers, Fenton, with tfhe latter's husband and Mrs. August Roljison, were helping also. Mrs. Lottie Johnson had a visit Sunday from her daughter and the atter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson, Bancroft. They all went ;o Orrin Johnson's, near Wesley, and spent the afternoon there, tak- 'ng supper with them. The Henry Hawleys, Mason City, were Sunday dinner guests at the B. E. Sanders home. Mrs. Naomi De Wilde and her daughter Constance , Joy accompanied them and attended Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, of Wesley, John Miller, St. Benedict, and Mrs. Lott'ie Johnson spent Monday with Mrs. Amy Smith, helping dress ducks and geese. Carl Paetz accompanied a shipment of cattle -to Chicago Saturday night. The Robert Ruschbaums and the Harry Melaneys were Sunday visitors at William Kirschbaum's, .and Mrs. Kirschbaum accompanied the Harry Melaneys home for a few days. Mrs. John McMahon and the children came home one day last week from Waukon, where they had spent several months with the former's mother, Mrs. Anna O'Brien. FOR SERVICE WHY? Neglect ycmr wearing apparel when you can ha veil cleaned and preued at tmall cost? We call for and deliver Modern Dry Cleaners I'M TIRED OF ALWAYS HAVING a run-down battery and paying recharging bills. I think I'll eell my old battery to Gamble Stores for 11.50 on a new 15-plate Super-Active at $5.59 exch. price. 34-i FOR BETTER BAKINGS AT LESS COST USE THE ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE tocLou, AS 42 YEARS AGO 25 ounce* for 25t Full Pack No Slack Filling MltLIONSOF POUNDS USED BV OUR GOVERNMENT HEATERS and USED CARS Chevrolet Hot Water Heaters, $9.95 with thermostat, installed. Also Arvin Hot Water Heater, $9.95 installed. 1930 and 1931 Chevrolet Hot Air Heaters. Chevrolet Delco Battery, $6.75 trade in. Globe Battery, $4.95 trade in. We have a few used heaters for 1927, 1928, and 1929 Chevrolet cars at a bargain; also a bargain in radiator shutters for 1928, 1929, and 1930 Chevrolet cars. USED CARS 1931 Chevrolet Sedan 1926 Chevrolet Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Ford Sedan Let us drain your radiator and fill with alcohol or Prestone. We have Mobiloil in the Summer grades. and Winter \ We still have a few key carriers which we give with 8 gallons of gas or a change of oil. KOHLHAAS BROS, ; PHONE 200 ALGONA, IOWA 1 ; \ Stoves! See our line ALL KINDS—PBICES BIGHT ENTERPRISE Circulating Heaters .••••• \ Beautiful Skelgas Stoves Another new shipment just in r $75.00 and up for complete installation '''""' A NUMBER OP USED STOVES IN COAL AM) WOOD HEATEBS V Also Kerosene and Gasoline Stoves u i TIME IP DESIRED ••%•• Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satisfied Subscribers? 6O Neighbors a Hurry in ., And f nolher farm Acme was saved from fire because telephone Brought help. neighbor's house started to bum* The alarm was spread by telephone. In a half hour eixty people had come to help put out the blue. The house was saved,** * farmer told us. He »dded, "We b»4 our telephone ta&en once but couldn't get sjong without it, M> installed it again." Telephone terrfc* Jjnfe /ermi *> unite* the li

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