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The Algona Upwr : D«9 Moin^ T, , IOWA ( July 14 PUBLIC FACULTY, BANCROFT, SHORT TWO TEACHERS Bancroft: ftaph Beane and alias Frances Mapes, last year's high •*cho>ol teachers have both resigned and th«ir positions have not yet been filled. Mrs. MaHp Finn, of Bancroft will replace Miss Irene Schmidt and will teach the first and second grades. Other grade teachers are! Miss Regina Berens, third and fourth; Miss Agnes Droesslor, fifth' and sixth, and Mrs. Virgil Schrader, seventh and eighth. G. D. Hart, superintendent, is the only high school teacher under contract. John Cowing, custodian, was re-elected. SUGAR REPRESENTATIVES HERE SATURDAY, .JULY 18 On Saturday, July 18, two representatives of the Sugar Rationing "board will be at the Legion Hall here to accept applications for the .second allotment of canning sugar. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee spent 3ast week visiting at Waterloo and Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Deitering and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Lake Washington, Minn. Tom Quinn of Omaha, Neb <came last Sunday for a visit with !hls mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn. Mrs. C. J. Stauder received word .Monday of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Sophia Bolster of Cedar Falls. Mabel Hatlestad of New York came last Sunday for an extended visit with her Sister, Mrs. V. J. Lattlmer. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mousel and Bobbie of Wahoo, Nebr., spent the week end visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hart and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji with Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Lynch and family. Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Menke of Minneapolis spent a few days last week at the parental J. C. Menke home and with other relatives. iEstella Elsbecker, Helen and Mary Long, Helen Froehle, Wllma Augustine and Dolores LeConte spent the week end at Lake Okoboji. . Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGuire are the parents of a son born on Saturday at the Wohnke hospital. The McGuires now have four boys and two girls. [Dr. N. J. Schiltz and sons, Bill, Bob, Jim and Dick, and daughter, RBta, James Barslou and Isabel Kadow of Chicago, spent the week end visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth, Robert and Thomas, LuVerne Wolfe and Edmund Walsh, spent the week end at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. I Lawrence Becker visited them on 'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, William Hammond of Omaha, Neb., 'spent the" Week end visiting at the parental F. J Welp home. Regina Berths' returned to Omaha, with them to visit her sister, Mrs. Don Blair, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Austin and two children, Gene and Gordon of Long Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Austin of Thompson and Delma Austin of Storm Lake visited at the Vern Austin and G. Ai Pearson home, Thursday evening. Week end vistors at the C. C. Inman home were Mrs. Mary Sheridan, Mrs. Gertrude Sturges and two daughters, Mary Marie and Dorothy of Sioux City. Mary Frances Inman returned to Sioux City with them for a ten-day visit. Roman Ricke of Bancroft, attended the funeral services for his father, Henry Ricke, 80 years old who died Thursday evening at Wesley. The Rev. L. N. Klein was in charge of the furreral services held from St. John's Catholic church. Ensign- Leo Bocker of Pensacoia, la,, and Miss Dprothy Tedeler of Dubuque spent Sunday visiting at the Henry Blocker home. On Sunday evening they returned to Dubuque to visit with Maurice Blocker ( who was injured in an accident two weeks ago and is in ;he hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schlindwein and sons, Buster and Jack of Kewanee, 111., Henry Menke of Davenport,, Mrs. Louis Kensedy, of Crookston, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Al Menke and daughter, Doris and Jo Ann, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Menke of Des Moines spent last week visiting at the H. G, Menke home. Former Swea City Teacher Married to Student in Illinois Word has been received here that Lenore Stege of Fredericksburg, who taught in the junior high here the past year, was married on July 2 .to Lester Dresch of Highland, 111. The ceremony took place in the college chapel at BImhurst, 111., where the couple first met during their undergraduate days. Mr. Dresch is now studying for the ministry at Eden seminary, in Webster Groves, Mo. The couple will be at home in Webster Groves. Friendly Neighbors Plow the Peterson Crops Near Lakota Lakota: Seven neighbors! with tractors and equipment gathered at Mrs. C. O. Peterson's recently and plowed the corn, beans and beets on the farm as a good-neighbor act- Wallace Peterson, the youngest son, is the only one left to do the farm work. Hail Insurance Low Cost — No Assessment Pay in Field Call 55 Algona Insurance Agency Algona, Iowa WIND CAUSES DAMAGE IN SENECA AREA Seneear A windstorm of near cy clonlc proportions swept thrbugh the Seneca area Wednesday after noon, doing considerable damage to crops and buildings. The wars damage reported was at the Curtis. Olson home where the barn was blown down. Their brooder house Was also destroyed and .quite number of chickens were lost. The silo at the Otto Wilberg fnrm was blown down while others in the neighborhood were twisted. Reports are that a lot of corn was broken completely off. SENECA STABS 4-H TWEET WITH VELMA HANSON The Seneca Stars 4-H club held its July meeting at the Pete Hanson home last Tuesday with Velma Hanson as hostess. Nine members responded to foil call by giving :heir part in helping with National Defense. Melva Swan read a paper on Supper Menus. Plans were made for the local achievement day which will be held the early part of August. The olub voted to contribute :o the Ella Gardner Memorial ^und. Delicious refreshment were served by the hostess and her mother. SENECA PROGRESSIVE FARMERS AT LOOFT HOME The Sepeca Progressive Farmers' 4-H club held its July meeting on Wednesday evening at the Henry Looft home. Thirteen members responded to roll call by naming a disease of livestock. Dale Anderson read a poem after which Robert Foley discussed Treating Warts on Calves. Wayne Lynch discussed How to Judge Cattle. Jackie Looft and Lloyd Osborn had charge of recreation. Wayne and Paul Lynch will be hosts at the August meeting. Guests were Marvin, Bob and Donald Wilberg. Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande were last Monday evening supper guests at the O. E. Michaelson home. Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande returned Friday evening from a three day business trip to Minneapolis. Jimmie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborn had his tonsils removed at the Mueller hospital in Fenton on Thursday. Marjorie Brown, who is employed at the tFJirst National Bfcnk at Mason City, is enjoying a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents. Alice Madsen of Detroit Michigan, visited this past week at the Chas. Osborn home. She arrived last Sunday at the Mrs. Chris Madison home and plans to visit about three weeks. i Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Enness con-| eluded a two weeks vacation at the Jens Halverson home and returned to their home at Ames Monday. Mrs. Linus Jensen, Beverly and Dennis of Ringsted accompanied them. Mrs. Clarence Osborn acompanied by Jeanne Wilberg and Frances Halverson attended a 4-H meeting at the C. C. Inman home near Bancroft Friday afternoon. The meeting was held to help the various demonstration teams. Funeral services were held at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted last Sunday for the 6 weeks old baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Nielsen. The baby had the whooping cough and then contracted pneumonia resulting in its death. Mrs. Christina Jenseft. who has been staying at the home of aort and family, tRb Jf. ff. " left Friday <« Garrttson, N. D. where sh« 'will spUfld thfe summ'ef with her daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Makenstad. Mr. and Mra. Peter Jensen of Fenton took her as far as Worthlngtbn, Minn*, where she was met by the Hakehstads, (Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halversort, Mr. a«d Mrs. Robert Halverson Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Carey of Ringsted were Thursday evening guests at the Jess Halves son home at Algona. The occasion was Mrs. Jess - Haiversbn's birthday anniversary. Delores Wilberg remained there for a few days' visit. The HanSen-Madsen reunion was held at the Ringsted Park last Sunday with about 76 relatives in attendance. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at noon after which the afternoon was spent socially Senscans attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Chares Osborn and, Marjorie and Jimmie. Sunday guests at the Olaf MI- chaelson home were Mr. and Mrs. John Helvig iof Graettinger, Pfc. Arnold Thompson of Camp Roberts, Calif., Mr. arid Mrs. Ole Dalene and family, Mrs. R. W. Nunamaker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson and children, all of Graettinger, Mrs. M. I.-'Halvig, and Mrs. Lloyd Fultz of Plover and Jloe Madden and daughter. The C. C. Voigt family attended a famly reunion at the Soper Park at Emmetsburg Sunday. Others in attendance were "Mr. and Mrs. Mer- vln Widde and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voight and children, Mrs. 3hamer Bonnickson iof Ringsted, Doris Welfare of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod and family of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. V/oigt, Graettinger, the Fred Hutchinson of Terrlll.the Ed Sweeneys of Emmetsburg and the Oscar Voigt family of Alden, Minn. FRANK GIBBONS, 86.SWEA PIONEHJ, PASSES JULY 5TH Swea-Eagje: frank Gibbons, an eaffy s^iftptr Jn Swea «ow*nship, passed away Sunday, July ctfi, at a sanitarium 1ft Dubuque at the age of 86. FUneral services were held Wednesday morning iln St, Mary's Sathollc ohurch, Armstrong. Burtal ,was In the Armstrong Cfathp* He eemetey beside his wife and two daughters. Mr. Gibbon and his family lived ion their. farm In Swea .township, \vjhere Theo. Plathe n6w lives, for many years. He moved to Arni- strong where he and his sons were engaged in the dry gobds and grocery business which they sold a few years ago. Mrs. Gibbons died in March, 1931. Mr. Gibbons remained In hisi home until a few months ago when he entered a hospital. He. is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Fred Knowles of Morris, Minn.; two sons, Edward of Sherburn, Minn., and Forest of Charles City. * Miss Thelma Butler of Indianola is visiting at the Robert Pehrson home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Jr., of Omaha, Nebr., were week ~ J "'-"— at the Harry Lindie llvf gftod ' fflgttunl /One flpaft coming i and 2 v .'$Wt old. LbMl* ln&l<st Co, mules',, .FOR eaJ separator In'. Fttu'tneiy M-* I'.ctJndiUofl.— IFOR SALE-Good tided kerodehe stove, coal and Wood rftngefl, wash- Ing machines and ice" boxel;-M2am- ble store. < '':, % . V 28 FOR SALE—Teafti 6f cheap"work China sows. Bre'd May 23-30, B>S of blood liries.Aaron. W. SteUssy >• FILMS DEVELOPED. and printed and satisfactory work guaranteed. Pried 266 jSSf film.' . , LtMHy ft Gtotti SBMERSON ELECTRIC FANS- all.Bistes any ptf&s. 6 years' guar &nfee.-4>fatt Etectrie GO. 28 LuVerne. 28 FOR SALE or Trade for cattle- 1939 Plymouth cohoh', ' A-i ttohdl tion.-JWlke Bauman,' Adm., ftod man, Iowa. 28-27-28' FOR SALE-^Purebred Hamfe shire gilts bred for fair Utters, and some foundation stock. All eligible to reglstry^some registered and vac" cinated.-—Thos. ipore. R. Crahan, Llvor 26 F OR SALE—Team of cheap work mules.—Alfred Jergenson, 6 miles northeast of Algona. 2s 1942 MOTOROLA Car Radios reduced to 1941 prices.—Gamble Store 2S (FOR SALE—4 year Old horse. P. H. Hargreaves, Algona. 23 end visitors home. Wayne Thompson and Ray Smith are on a vacation and fishing trip at Gull Lake, Minn. They expect to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brair are parents of a daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cassem are parents of a son, both born on July 4th. Miss Bernlece Pompe of Lotts Creek assisted at the Dorothy Me- Cleish beauty shop several days last week. MAXINE ALICE BLACK. ALGONA, MARRIES LYLE BASSETT, FENTON FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—Detroit computing scales, 2 show cases, office safe, two desks, nail counter, miscellaneous hardware, stock and ehop equipment'.—R, J. Vbugharr Hardware, Whlttemore. : 28 BUY A HOT PliATE-Ht)on't heat up -the whole house this summer. We have seven Different hot plate models to choose from- trlc. •Pratt Elec- 28 •FOR SALES—Toy lox terrier pups, two males, four months old. Four pound dogs when full grown. Write Cliff Lander, Ottosen, Iowa. 28* Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halverson spent Wednesday evening at the Peter Oiling home near Ringsted, where the Ollinga were observing their silver wedding anniversary. Other Senecans present were Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson and family. 'ONCLF Dear Unc, The priorities around this house are simply terrific. What a time I had getting at the typewriter to make up this letter of thanks. You see, it's this way. Every Sunday, end after dinner weekdays, Dad used to take Mother and me for a ride. And did we dread it I Mom laid Dad used to drive like a rnaniac... no regard for my tender feelings and stomach. He'd honk and fight hit way through traffic, missing fender* by an eyelash, at a speed that made my heart bump my tonsils. Now, boyohboy what a relief I... Dad heard a Phillips news broadcast say that Uncle Sam want* every motorist to C*ro for hi* c«z—For his country. Then he «aw a Phillips ad which said that any Phillips Service Station man would be glad to show him how to do it. Well, to make a long story not too long, the Phillips man whispered the magic words to him: DRIVE UNDER 40. You'd never think anything so simple could change my whole life. But it did. Dad now drives like a human being. He has found out that he not only saves rubber, but also gas and oil ... and saves his nerves, too. Mom swears that Dad is a different man ever since he started getting gas, oil, and car-care at the Phillips Service Station . . . you know, the ones that have the big Orange and Black 66 Shield. I guess lots and lots of other folks are going there, too, because I sure hear plenty of talk about Phillips 66 Gasoline and Phillips 66 Motor Oil. I even hear that you're using some of it yourself. Respectfully, Your Grateful Nephew Phill-up with Phillips HARMS OIL CO., Distributors Sopor Serv* jStoflon, gtoto » Philip* ctUM. HUton, Mgr. i'enton: The Raymond Stoeber iome was the setting for a very retty wedding Friday morning at 1 o'clock when Lyle Bassett, broth- r of Mrs. Stoeber and Maxine Alee Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Black of Algona, were unit- d in mUrriage in a single ring ceremony, the 'Rev. J. T. Snyder of Storm Lake officiating. The couple took their vows in the iving room, amidst an abundance f flowers. The bride was attired n a floor length white chiffon dress 'ith a finger tip-veil and carried •hite snapdragons and pink roses, he was attended by her sister, itrs. Howard King of Emmetsburg who wore a floor length pastej pink chiffon dress and carried white carnations. The bridegroom was attended by Raymond Stoeber. Both wore dark suits with a white carnation bouttoniere. Mrs. Black, the mother of the bride, and Mrs. Bassett, the bridegroom's mother, both wore white carnation corsages. Following the ceremony dinner was served, the table ibeing prettily decorated with a three-tier weddiirg cake forming the centerpiece,, and a pink and white color scheme carried out in placards, nupcups, napkins and streamers. Guests 'included the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Black of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bassett of Sherburn, W. E. Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Howard King of Emmetsburg, M.JS, Lewis Reed, Betty -Jean and Jim of Agona, Rev. J. T. Snyder of Storm Lake and Mrs. Merwin Hale. The couple will live in the apartment at the Mrs. Tena Newel home. Mr. 'Bassett is employed at the'Stoeber Hardware store here. FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS OLUB AT TBEMAN HOME The Friendy Neighbor club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Tieman. Mrs. A. R. Wlllrett was assistant hostess. Seventeen members were present. Roll call was Sugarless Recipes. After the business meeting contest games were played. Mrs. Ed Meyer won the prize. Guests included Mesdames Minnie Dreyer, Frank Dreyer, Herbert Rossiter,'latter of Little Rock, Arkansas, Loraine Wlllrett and Margaret Pollock, lates of At| lantic. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Florence Weisbrod will be the hostesses at the August meeting. LITTLE GnuTLOSES FINGER TIP IN FOOD CHOPPER Lael Pettit, four year old daughter of the Hildreth Pettits, suffered the loss of the end of her first finger on the left hand when she put her hand in the food chopper Wednesday afternoon. The end of the finger, just below the finger nail was cut off. She was rushed to the doctor immediately and given medical care. CIRCLES ONE AND TWO HOLD MEETINGS WEDNESDAY Circle one of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Schlei. Twelve members were present and three guests. Devotions were led by Mrs. F. P. Newel. The lesson from the "Seed and the Sail" was given by Mrs. Lester Weisbnod. Quilt blocks made by members of the circle were turned in and Mrs. Chas. Glaus was appointed to take charge of them. Guests were Mesdames Elwin Schlei, Milton Weisbrod and Lester Weisbrod. Circle two of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday night in the church with Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod as hostesses. Mrs. J. A. G. Smith led the devotions. Mrs. George Jorgenson gave chapter six of "Author of Liberty." Mesdames Wilbert Holldorf, Carrie Voigt, Fred Brown, Anna Osborn and L. J. Weisbrod were guests. The next meeting will be August 22 with Mrs. Don Weisbrod as hostess. The Rev. J. T. Snyder of Storm Lake called on friends here On Friday. Margaret Pollock qf Atlantic, Iowa, was a guest last week of Dorothy Dreye». Robert Kabelitz of Cedar Rapids spent the week end at the parental Rev. R. W. Kabelitz fawn*Marjorie Brown, Who is employ* ed In Ma*pn CJfy, spent her V$M$Vfi at the parental Fred Brown home. Mrs. Frank Eigler and Mrs. F. W. Hicks of Omaha attended a picnic sponsored by the Whittemore Methodist ladies Tuesday. Florence Weisbrod, Edith Laage, Mrs. Ed Meyer and Mrs. Don Weisbrod and Anna Rae v were Mason City visitors Tuesday. Toirsilectomies at Dr. Mueller's office, Thursday, included Elwyn Householder, Lynne Rilske, Janet Krueger and Jimmy Osborn. Helen Kern, nurse at the Methodist hospital in Des Moines, returned to her duties Wednesday, July 8th, after a three weeks' vacation at the parental Carl Kern home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven of Hutchins, formerly farmers living west of Fenton, are the parents of a D pound son, David Lynne, -born on July 6 at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hicks of Omaha, visited from Saturday to Thursday with Mrs. Hicks' sister, Mrs. Frank Eigler and family. From here they went to Des Moines to visit briefly. Mr. and Mrs. penvood Kern and Jerry attended a shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bllghtoir at the Methodist church at Dickens, Friday. Mr. Blighton is a brother of Mrs. Kern. Tusnefda Kabelitz who taught the past year in a parochial school In Santa Monica, Calif., is home to spend the summer with her parents. She will return .to Santa Monica in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hicks of Omaha and Mrs. Frank Eigler visited Wednesday at Blue Earth with the 'ladies' brother, Frank Nellis. They also visited at the Clarence Pannkuk home at Fairmont. Hugio Denker and daughters, Mrs. Harvey Thomas and Anne visited briefly Thursday afternoon at the W. J. Weisbrod home enroute Moines. Anne is an A. I. B. student and Mrs. Thomas returned to her home at Green Mountain, the latter part of the week. Mr. Denker returned to Lester early Friday morning. Mrs. John Finnestad and her mother, Mrs, O, P. Randa, and Pete Randa, the latter 'two from Cylinder returned home Wednesday ifnom Illinois where they had gone to attend funeral servlices( of a relative, which were held Saturday afternoon at Creston, 111. They also visited relatives at Rochelle, DeKalb and Ottawa, HI. Miss Thompson, Ames Specialist, Meets With 4-H Girls Group Irvington; Miss Nellie Thompson, specialist of Ames, met with representatives of thel 4-H girls' clubs from Cresco, LuVeme, Whittemore ard Irvington townships on Thursday mornng at the home of Miss Shirley Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Weber. Miss Thompson gave instructions and advice to the girls preparatory for the wbrk of the demonstration ' teams. The Irvington girls' 4-H club will meet this Thursday with Miss Margaret leader leader club. of the Irvington of the Irvlnton 4-H 4-H girls' gtrls' CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 26c for 13 words or less. When paid "with order, 2o per word; when charged, 3c per word, |*o agents commission allowed. « K advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send, cash with order, they receive per word commission. ' ""•"• Fof Sale Wanted WANTED—Cheap horses and mules—William Durant. 27-28* Miscellaneous WILL PARTY who picked up pet Pekingese dog on road west of Wesley please return it to John Youngwirth, Wesley. 28*NURSERY SCHOOL—Child de T velopment through supervised group play, stories, songs, handcraft. Just startling—ratet $1£0 for a 5- day week, 9-11:30 a. m. Phone 942- W.—Mrs. Earl Sprague. 27 ATTENTION FARMERS: Better have your binder canvas repaired while materials are still available.—Hichols Shoe Repair.: 26-t.f GET YOUR CANNING supplies at Gamble's—glass jars,' jar rubbers and lids. . 28 ,SBB OUR NEW LINE of dishes, SO Diecfe starter sets LuRay (Pastels) pottfery, $3.48.-<3ainBle Sfore: ; i ',>- 27 t BEE Mffl FOR Real Bargains In mrrhs, loans', drainage sui-veyini fthd estimates on tile.—Pntl J. Kohl- ftaas, phone Si, Algona. 18-tf SAVBEJ MONEY when ydu borrow. The Aetna iLffe'a farm loan plart turns Over every eeht of your loan to i you. NO deductions for commission, appraising, title examination, 0* application. For ' details Irt quire of Hutchison & Hough. 22-86* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and washers BjuBtrom'a Furniture' I 42-tf PHONOGRAPH RBCORDS-«,1! the new releases. Needles—albums. Bt«6tf Ic, Algon*. itL" 10 Ibfl. for „— 4 Ibs,i6r -.--*-Lemons, 33c 29c Coffee, per Ib, _..—.. FRESSMtiAT Pickled Pigs Feet I* A each .-^_:!1- DC Olub Steak, per Ib. ----- Spare Ribs, perlb. ---Side Pork, per ife, ----- 22c 34c 21c Harvest Season ' t j, i, Hardware Special 3 Tine Forks _________SI.I5 to ||J| Insulated Water Jugs --^ 2 Gal. Desert Bags ___._^__ • • • \ Electric Fans .__.__•=____ S2.85 .,-• . ,.- . ( .'•'.-. .-.< '- • ;:,. 3Burner :Y f Perfection Stoves, _ __ S25.25 to S33.50 Rubber Belting, 1 to 6 inch. • -. • • : ' '''.'-••, Kohlhaas Hardware FOUR DAYS ONLY Wed. Thurs. FrL, and Saturclay July 15,16,17 and 18th ' ' • " ',•''' . " " Chrischilles Store Uhe ftanpua Blue Rose line of Toiletries is too we II known in AJgovn to need apt introduetton-. It used to sell for $LOO (pwv-cjer, lotions, rouge, creams) but now, we are using it as a protiytttan and the pride is only 29o each, or 4 for $1.00. THIS IS PROBABLY THE LAST BLUE ROSE PROMOTION OF THE SUMMER— Only four days—, no more, then it will be taken off sale. > fK)R SALE-^One lo ft. McCor- jnick-Deering power binder. e 8 |t. MaDprmtcH binder, « frft. power take-off Minne- binder. • 3S-|n. Avery roller bearing OF-'ALL THINGS Winter Coats in the Month of July Chrischilles Store Yes, if s true, folks, we are getting in our winter float* to We have ton-to ret deliveries and flna fabric* and good m«*nshfp. We are baying only front pur old regabjje flmw, houses, we've done tawinens with for five, ton, fifteen, ^eajw, That's lo^r pnotectton— and yowl's <tw, • v "'' Now H Iff gwd bpinejw f 0? l» t« ^Rr e*rty> why fcnft it'sroart for you too? In otfcer ww4fc select your wintop ,««•>* n« w tnpi 4fce<|!H>eti»0fnaw!!n90e^ posifc Pay during tt» stunnier on yow own tenon, ^hen youll have your coat next Fall WWPX YOU N15KO IT. ' * \ 4 word to the vfce ought to be fufflojent The eoato are love Jy and tnjsijpeniiw j(of «il tiring*) ranglnff fntm fg&«9 t» W-W jwto**^ **« * USE OUR LA YA WAY

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