Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1932
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1932. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE THMft J—fr «^^^^ '••••• M -^^ M '-----^"---" m sjorFriday and Saturday, Dec. 9-IO ' jg ™™™™™^*^^> ^ m ^^ffi* A ^ WELL MAKE YOU A S AH TAT Complete selection Christmas « Cards, Gifts, and Toys at popular I Tabls and Dre sser Scarfs, linen prices. WE FILL YOUR SET lOc Complete set >with Bakelite sockets and cap Morningside - Chocolate Cherries, 1 IbY box 19c with lace trim. Imitation Clunys, .00 Hershey Kisses, pure sweet wholesome chocolate, 1 Ib. cellophane, Christinas decorated bag Regular 40c value. Silk Hose, 2 for ___$1.00 Boxed Bath Powder _„ 49c ; Felt Slippers 25c Cotton Batts, 3 Ibs. pure white stitched Above prices for these 2 days only CUMMINGS REAL SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY The Wonder Store Sheet Blankets, 70x80 block \ paids 47c 47c Feather Pillows, pure fresh feathers 39c Paisley Table Covers 29c 24x48 Rag Rugs 22c : Ladies' Rayon Hose 17c House Dresses, fast colors, all sizes 39c Department Stores} m*®!«&fm* WrlTf TT'i IT '\ if Ti if'ili 'nr"i npfrttTWi *W'i W\ >ffl ICO n.'i' C."i TO ntla '.'i)a WIIT.' '01 iCO "TO. mXiTOIOTKroHI J GIVE HIM SOMETHING TO WEAR Depression Years Demand Practical Christmas Gifts and Strict Economy, so its's Blooms to the Rescue. Men's Silk and Wool DRESS SOX 19c Others 15c and up TIES Young men's tailored ties, 'i New patterns. 85c and 49c SHIRTS Personality broadcloth, pro- : 1 eVi »M1 Y\\r ttmtrnet i-inftn*-t-i« * MUFFLERS Figured, plain ,or striped silks 49c Others 75c and 08c shrunk, newest patterns. Colored and white Cflc up to 98c HANDKERCHIEFS for men and boys 5c and Up GLOVES Black or 'brown kid, lined ] or unlined, or allwool. S9c to 98c SPATS Gray and tan, $1.00 value COc PAJAMAS Finest broacloth, satin trimmed . 79c CAPS For men and young men. New patterns. 4i)c and. 79c OXFORDS Black gun metal. Newest style. Solid leather. LADIES' SHOES New ties, suedes. Kids and l)umps, $3.95 values $1.1)8 RUBBERS AND OVERSHOES Men's Dress Rubbers 70o Men's 4-buckle Dress Overshoes $1.98 Boys' Dress Rubbers 69o Ladies' Dress Rubbers -65c SAVEATERS Slipovers in white, for boys and girls. $1.85 UNDERWEAR Men's union Suits— „„ -,-- 49c up to $1.00 Children's Unipn Suite -„- .—-19c up to 69c I f f f **«8**l!**^^ BLOOM'S STORE "The Cheerful Service Store" t \{ Christmas Candy Specials At The Algonquin Confectioner Highest quality PEANUT BRITTLE obtainable. Made to our own recipe by the Taylor Candy Factory in Algona, special, per pound 7c Beautiful assortment of $1.00 crying dolls, only 69c Dandy dump truck, built solidly of metal 25c Christmas tree lights, electric 35c Christmas mixed hard candy, Ib. 7c HAWCOTT&OGG • ( The finest assortment of toys ever shown. Home made Peanut Brittle, Chop Suey and Peanut Rock Candy— 15c per Ib. 2 Ibs. for _ Fancy package Candy—from the House of Garrott, d» 4 j*fl per pound 60c to^ I «OU *J!ste«ifr?Ss*ii^is^*«in*i: Candies at all times; also Batavia Glace Fruits at popular prices. A \ free prize to so,meone every Sat- -, , i urday until Christmas :» i i ' ! ', - \ I Delicious Bulk Chocolates, per Ib. 40c 80c Martha Washington Chocolates, per pound— 65Cj 80Ci $1 Behlmers's Confectionery Phone 145 101 E. State St. Free! Free! Friday and,Saturday only—one extra set of radio tubes with each radio sold. PH1LCO A musical instrument of quality. $295 to as low as $18.75, complete. For Mothers Xmas A SKELGAS STOVE A MAYTAG WASHER OR A GENUINE PRIGIDAIRE Real Economy—Nothing better. Kpssuth County's Largest Radio and Tube Stock Radio Tubes, 15c allowance for old ones on new tubes Bjustrom's Where business is appreciated. PHONE 520 Terms if desired. Christmas Bargains Broadcloth dress shirts, men and boys' cellophane wrapped, plain, '' blue, -white, green and ^4 A A fancies, 2 FOR ^ I -UU ' SATURDAY ONLY, 5 doz. silk ties, each Fancy socks, per pair 19c Fancy silk and £4 Aft wool, 50c ones, 3 FOR_^ I «UU 25c FRIDAY and SATURDAY—Mag- adore, Roman, d»4 A A striped ties, 3 FOR —^ I -UW 5 Warm lined f, kid gloves - $1.00 r»t»tfoffh t ffh'P*i«^ One HOT BARGAIN in each line, j You need not hesitate, not an old item in the store. Just started a year ago. Misbach Clothing Cp. At Old'Kraft Stand. Opposite Postoffice. Christmas Tree Outs Standard 8-light set, OQf% only— C9G Replacement lamps, 5c each. FLASHLIGHT SPECIAL—- Eveready, ' 2-cell, complete ELECTRIC TOASTER— Nickle-plated, two £4 t slice, new type _^) I •! Genuine Hotpoint Flatirons $3.45 Has sold as high as $6.50. Hotpoint Featherweight Flatiron, automatic €fi Qf% heat control ^9«ww FRIDAY & SATURDAY Pratt Electric Co. GOVERNMENT BONDS If you wish to buy government Bonds the officers of this bank will assist you with the purchase of them. This bank will purchase Government Securities at any time and pay cash for them. This bank has no bonds of any kind of its own for sale. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa I 1 ;? 11 i| Sif«S(rt RCA VICTOR A ten tube superheterodyne with «B" amplification. Automatic volume control, micro tone control. All new radiotrous, rubber mounted chassis. COMPLETE ONLY .75 "73 HOLECEK RADIO & MUSIC SHOP SANTA CLAUS DAY SPECIALS at Madson & Hanson's Suits and Overcoats, priced to meet present conditions. PAJAMAS— ;Glover, comfort style, plain and fancy &<t 4 jf and in box _____: ----- 9 I * I w up TIES — Conservative and fancy, silk, satin . UP lined- .......... ___ SOCKS— 25c 75c SWEATERS — Turtle neck, all wool,, all sizes, all colors Make This a Practical Christmas —Late model used cars at bargains prices. Ford*, Chevrolets, Buicks, Dodges, Chryslers. —Heaters, Hades, Arvin, why freeze? At a price range of from $4.50 up. —Frost shields, glass, celluloid, 50c to $1.50. . All wool sleeveless sweaters __". .75 SCARFS, HATS, SUSPENDERS, BELTS, GARTERS, SHIRTS Still the leader in the low- priced field.—* the Ford V-8. Kent Motor Co. i Ford Distributors, loi >£- *< ,f>S Still the leader in the low* priced fiejd.-r-. the F<ird V-8, ^^'^

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