Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 8
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MIGHT THU88DAY, CONFIRMATION SATURDAY FOR 100 WESLEYANS Wesley, Oct. 3—October devotions are being held at St. Joseph's church every Sunday afternoon this month; excepting this week Sunday, when the pastor, the Rev. Father Wagoner, helped with confirmation services at St. Benedict. Bishop Edmond Heelan, Sioux City, confirmed a class of about 100 i ert by an informal social hour. The children and adults at St, .Joseph's Hoerners were introduced to the church Saturday afternoon. They group, following which Mrs. B. J. Reception for the Hoerners— The Rev. and Mrs. J. Robert Hoerner and their daughter Miriam were honored at a reception given at the Congregational church hy members and the families last week Wednesday evening. A 6:30 covered-dish luncheon was follow- bers, and the membership is almost complete. Shelter House Party Planned- Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Anderson's division of the Methodist Centenary AUTO SALE J IN DROP TO 2! IN SEPTEMBER New automobile sales in September .dropped from a hjgh of 36 for August to 21, In July 3S new cars were sold. Eleven of the new cars sold in September were Chevrolets, •five were iFords, four were Plymouths, and one was a Rockne. The Chevrolets were sold to John Sunday school class will give a Deere Plow Co., Moline, ll'l.j <Ralph Hobo party at the Shelter House next Monday night at 6:30. Persons attending are to go dressed A. Olson, Bancroft; W. H. Opciden, Ex-Wesley an Dies; Endures Sleeping Sickness 12 Years Wesley, Oct. 3—Frank J. BraUn- liam Zaske and Sister Mary'Elaine, ger, Lake «enry Minn., died last 'Chicago. week Sunday at St. Mary's hospital, St. Cloud, Minn., after a lingering ami painful illness. Twelve years ago he was stricken with sleeping sickness, from which he never fully recovered. Mr. Braunger was born at Wayne, iNeb., April 25, 1890, the second had been instructed by FatherWeg- ener. Confirmation is held every three years, and must be conducted by the bishop. Pastor McNulty Sent Back— The Rev. I. C. MoNulty has been returned as pastor of the local Methodist church for another year. Sexton is also included in the charge. There will be regular services next Sunday morning and evening, here. At Sexton, the hours have been changed to afternoon. Sunday school will be held as hoboes. A 15c supper will be ?«»• the Rev. P. J. Braner, D. A. Barn-' child of Mr. and Mrs, Sylvester Murtagh introduced, members of served, and a business meeting and the congregation via a clever al- J. (lough, Algona; (Electric Co., Arm- .„« There phabet arrangement. The Rev. Mr. Hoerner came to will be at the church at 6:1<5 forj program will follow, silver are to be taken, Engen and William'he received his early education at 'Hauptley, Wesley? Albert Chris- St. Bonaface's school, later finish- i 1.1-,^- rpi ,., n „„ , _ «.J ,TT! t~» TT..U* »-»—.. !«_ _ i. MI. TI^_..,]!^I *»__ H nni\ 1.1. — Algona September 1 to assume the Congregational pastorate which had been vacant since the resignation of the Rev. F. J. Clark March 1. Mr. Hoerner is a graduate of the University of Dubuque and of the Chicago Theological Seminary. He has previously served three years at Preston, Jackson county, on the Mississippi, and four years at Whiting, Monona county, on the there at 2 o'clock, and preaching • Missouri river. Mrs. Hoerner is ... . „ _. also a g ra d u ate of the University service at 3. The pastor hopes everyone will come out. This change permits him to help in Sunday school at both places. Granddaughter is Christened— The Le Roy Kleinpeter family, Storm Lake, came Saturday and spent the night at his parents,' the 'A. <L. Kleinpeters. Sunday noon the ILeRoy Kleinpeters were dinner (guests of the J. T. Meurers. Sunday afternoon the A. L. Kleinpeters were sponsors at the christening of their infant granddaughter, Arden Rose Meleney, daughter of the Don Meleneys. of Dubuque. The daughter Miriam is the only child. Hotel Employes Are Wed— Verna Beck and John Romer were married at the Baptist church all who wish transportation. Luncheon nt the Clubhouse— The Mestlames I, H. Miller, F. E. Kent, E. C. McMahon, and H. M. Hauberg entertained at one o'clock luncheon at the Country club clubhouse Friday afternoon. Asters and daisies provided decorations, .and bridge was played at 14 tables, Mrs. M. G. Norton ' winning the high score. Table.prizes were also given. Mrs. Gordon French, Titonka, was an out-of-town guest. ••*. County Federation Meets Today— The county federation of women's clubs will meet at the Fenton Methodist church today. The Fen- croft. «i Elmole: V, « _ F. R. Hunt, Ban- , _ , . . ^ *i*«-u»»v«A.3i* t.ituit<it IUUCIT . JL lie jr cii- at 3 oi clock Sunday afternoon, the ton, Burt, and Titonka woman's Rev. A. _ S. Hueser performing Aid to Clean the Church— The Methodist W. F. M. S. will will meet with Mrs. Raymond Han- single ring ceremony in the pres ence of 60 relatives and friends The church was decorated with asters. Mendelssohn's weddini march was played by Ada Schwie tert, and at the close of the cere mony Mrs. Hueser sang ,"I Lov You Truly." The bride, a daughter of William Beck, Diokens, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Vern James, Dickens Mr. Romer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus employe, having served there 11 years. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at 6 o'clock to 25 relatives and Mr. and Mrs. 'Hueser at the Romer home. The _,.. this week Friday afternoon.! '^ omer ' was attended by Mr. James The Methodist Aid will clean the r ' R ° mer ls employed at the Al- church basement "this week Friday f°f* «!_J:;.! l ? ld ,. th ?.* r " le is . al . so a in preparation for the bazaar Sat- " " ' " urday. The Methodist .Bible study class will meet next week Tuesday evening, and iLuke 2 will be the subject. Schoolgirl Critically Sick- Anna Richter, high school soph- icmore underwent an operation at Kossuth hospital, Algona, last Thursday. She was thought to be suffering from appendicitis, but the operation revealed the fact her gallbladder was seriously diseased. Saturday she was painfully ill. Party Off for World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Lester Lease, accompanied by Mrs. Theo Larson, Algona, and by Joe Matern, left Mon- porary charge of the Lester Lease home and children. bride and bridegroom plan a wedding trip soon, after which they will be at home here. Hard Times Party Giren— Ingenious costumes featured a hard times dancing party at . the Country club clubhouse Saturday evening given by Messrs, and Mes- da,mes W. W. Sullivan, Eugene Murtagh, W. D. Andrews, L. C. Nugent, and M. iH. Falkenhainer. Invitations directed each man to call at a given street and house number for his partner and each wom- at home till her es- The partners' names were not given. Prizes for the most original costumes were won by Mrs. G. W. Stillman and William F. Steele. Decorations were in the autumn Sfethodist Bazaar«Next Saturday— The annual Methodist bazaar and chicken supper will be held in the church basement this week Saturday afternoon and evening. Prices for supper are 20 and 35 cents. Ev- | co f p j e l att ^nded. erybody cordially invited. Ole Flora Has Birthday— A few relatives and friends surprised Ole 'Flom on his birthday,! Thurston, Virginia, Minn. -Friday evening, bringing refresh-;,. ... „ w 0 ments with them. The evening was Methodist W. H. M. S. Meets- motif, and following dancing a midnight supper was served. Thirty Among the out-of-town guests were Mary Kelly, and Frances Livermore, Emmetsburg; Mrs. J. S. Auner, Des Moines; and Harriett spent in visiting. Mrs. Wingert Loses Brother— clubs will be hostesses, and Mrs. Clayton Phillips, Livermore, eighth district director of the state federation, will speak. There will 'be a business meeting at .10 a. m. Women who attend are to take covered dishes, but no sandwiches. Kiwanians Entertain Kweena— The Kiwanians entertained their wives at «:30 dinner last Thursday evening at the Country club clubhouse. After dinner bridge was played, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel winning the family prize, F. E. Kent and Mrs. J. L. Bonar the high scores,*'and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and H. Taylor low. Mrs. M. G. Nor:o won a lucky chair prize. Bridge was followed by dancing. Gardner Family Has Reunion— The annual Gardner family reunion was held Sunday at the D. The Fords were bought by Carrie Durant, Algona; H. J. iBonnstet- ter, Gibolo, Tex., Eva Towne, P. 3. Waldron, and R. B. Waller, Algona. The Plymouths went to C. 'H. Taylor, .Dr. M. G. Bourne, and Gus Schipull, Algona, and Harley S. Troutman, Kanawha. The Rockne was sold to Albert Doden, •Buffalo Center. Three new trucks were sold last month: Elmo Barber, Whittemore, Chevrolet; Cowan and Son, Algona, and Mrs. Ira Hewitt, Swea City, Internationals. Only sixteen motorcycles have been licensed in Kossuth this year. ing at St. Benedict. In 1900 the family came to Kossuth county. They resided in Wesley township 14 years. On February 6, 1917, Mr. Braunger was married to Catherine Weber at St. Michael's church, Morgan, Minn. They located at Lake Henry, which has been the family home ever since. . 'Besides the widow and children there survive -the parents; one brother, Sylvester, Sioux City; and seven sisters: Mrs. Julius Wingert, Wesley; • • Sister Mary • Winfred, Cross Plains, Wis.; Mary Reginald, MoHenry, Oil.; Mrs. Albert C. Fisher, Morgan, Minn.; Sister Mary Ruth, Winsted, Minn.; Mrs. Wil- Mr. Braunger was a member of the Catholic Order of foresters and members of the society attenc ed the funeral in a body. The ser vices were held last week Tuesda morning at St. Margaret's churcl Lake Henry. The Rev. Joseph Linz Ph. D., pastor, gave the requiem high mass, also the final blessin at the grave in St. Margaret's cem etery. The IRev. Father Caplin, S Mary's hospital, recited the pray ers for the dying at Mr. Braunger' bedside. Legal* ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. November term, A. iD. 1933. The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Andrew M. Jasperson and Frankie E. Jasperson, husband and wife; D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as 'Receiver of the County Savings iBank of Algona, -Iowa; John Sheller-and : 'Mrs. John Sheller, husband and wife, Defendants. To the Above Named Defendants, and to each of them: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file n the office of the Clerk of the Gardner home; with 30 in at- District Court of Kossuth county, endance. All are descendants of Iowa, the petition and amendment Mrs. Eva Gardner, and they includ- thereto of the plaintiff asking personal judgment against Andrew M. Jasperson and Prankie E. Jasperson for the sum of $12,763.40, with interest at 8 per cent from and af- ed six sons and daughters, their hildren, and one great-grandchild. L noon dinner was followed by an informal afternoon. iuxiliary Will Install— The Legion Auxiliary will meet t 7:30 tomorow night at the Leion hall. There will be installation f officers, and Mrs. Thos. Halpin's ivision will have charge of a So- ial hour. Other Society. Meredith, daughter of Mr. and rtrs. Glen Raney, entertained 14 chool friends at a party at the Ambrose A. Call state park Satur- ay afternoon. Games were follow- d by refreshments. Marilyn Wood- •ard, Whittemore, was an out-of- own guest. The P. E. O. sisterhood met for regular meeting Tuesday after- oon with Mrs. P. J. Christensen, Irs. R. E. Evans assisting. Out- tanding articles from the 'P. E. O. ter July 1, 1933, .together with costs; and asking the establishment and foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage securing the payment of said amount and covering the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest Qu a r t e r (SW'/i) of Section Sixteen (16), in Township Ninety-Six (96), 'North of Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5th (P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa. Said petition also asks for the appointment of a receiver and for a deficiency judgment. For further .particulars, see said petition now.,on file. v You are further notified that un- ess you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the November, 1933 term of said court, which will be begun and leld at the court house in Algona, Jossuth county, Iowa, on the 27th lay of November, M33, default will >e entered against you and judgment and decree rendered as prayed in said petition. IDWIGHT G. iRIDER, 4-7 Attorney for Plaintiff. Former Wealeyan Dies in Acciden The Wesley News-World report the death of, Jerry Bacon, 68, N. D in an automobile accident Septem her 19 near'Crookston, Minn. H was the son of E. F. Bacon, Wesle merchant in the 90's, and was wealthy and' politically important Me owned the Dakota hotel, Grand Fprk.8, and. a 600-acre stock farm which is highly improved. The Methodist Woman's Home' Record were a feature of the pro- Missionary society held its annual gram, dues-paying, luncheon at the tended the funeral last Thursday of the latter's brother at Lake Henry, Minn. Wesley Loses to Corwith— The high school ball team lost to Corwith .Friday. The score was 10-5. A .few errors cost us the game. Other Wesley News. Jorgen Skow went to Naples, S. D., on business, last Thursday. He wac accompanied by his sister, Mrs. A monthly meting of the W. C. , T. U. will be held at Mrs. A. W. attended, and lunch was served atjBradley's next Tuesday. The Mes- Mr. and Mrs. Julious Wingert at- church last Thursday. Sixty women. 'Nelson, Rock. small tables, each hostess having three guests. There was a short business meeting at which the president read the names of ten new members and presented the guest of honor, Mrs. D. J. Mitchell, Algona, life member and first president of the local organization. In this Jubilee year of the society her presence and an impressive talk which she gave were much appreciated. She -was pre- Marion Paulson, and by Mrs. Silas sented with a banquet of flowers. 8kow, also by Anna Seaberg, who j Mrs. L. W. Swanson, Whittemore, dames Hazel Irwin and Jane Clark will report a state convention, which they are atending this week. The Presbyterian" Aid meets with Mrs. Albert Ogren this afternoon. The Rebekahs are planning a public benefit card party for Tuesday, October 24. The Methodist Aid meets for a 1:15 luncheon in the church dining rooms today. Mrs. W. IP. Hemphill's division will serve. The Congregational Aid will hold its annual dues-paying luncheon at makes her home here with her un-;sang three numbers, accompanying, i o'clock today. Mrs. Gunn's divide, Peter Seaberg, and her grand- J herself on a guitar. Eight women Jsion will serve, mother. Anna's brother, George presented a play, Nell's Awaken- i The Methodist Bible Searchers Seaberg, came with the party on ing, which closed with a solo by' mee t tomorrow with Mrs, G. L. the return trip Saturday. He ex-1 Mrs. H. C. Frederick. Vohs. pected to leave for the world's fair this week Monday evening, in company with some of her children. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison and Miss Pachard went to Mason City Sunday to visit Miss Valera Mayer, .who once -taught 'here, and Club Has Play on Program— The -Plum Creek Social & Literary club met at the Legion hall last week Wednesday evening. The committee in charge was Ethel Gardner and Mae .Fitzgerald. The pro- ity'Junior! gra! " inclu ded a pep song led by a picnic Evelyn Bode : muslc ^ Leota and Georgianne Geigel and Barbara Haggard; music by Evelyn, Floyd, and Calvin Bode; a play, The Sweet Family, by the R. N. A.; and stunts. Lunch was served to 60. The next meeting will be on October 18 with Ella Hutchins; Grace Phillips, assisting hostess. 180 Parents Attend "School"— At a Parent-Teacher meeting at the high school Monday night attended by 130 parents the guests were given cards showing their children's schedules during the day, and the parents then followed the same schedules in' ten-minute periods. This was followed by a business meeting, and a program including music by a "Parents orchestra" and a film presented by E. C. Hancher, manager of the local telephone exchange. D. A. R. Will Meet Tuesday— Mesdames Claire Anderson, Louise Hyde, Mabel Tjaden, and Julia now teaches ihigh. The party enjoyed at Clear Lake. 'Mrs. George'Benner returned Friday, hyaving 'accompanied her daughter, Mrs. George Spangler, 'Everly, and Mr. Spangler to Chicago, on visits to relatives and the fair. She was gone eight days. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and Mrs. f. A. Bonstetter were at Goodell Sunday, to attend a celebration honoring the 40th anniversary of the Catholic parish there. illr. and Mrs. Guy C. Gidings, Burt. and their infant granddaughter. Mildred Rose Houaour, visited Guy's father and brother here Sunday afternoon. •Mr. and • Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Greenville, and their five children were Sunday guests of Supt. and Mrs. Rowley. Mrs, 'Robert Kain, Algona, and her little daughter, visited her parents, the Hildmans, a few day.* last week. The Simon Hirners and E. M. Olsons returned from the fair lastiF. (Brace will be hostesses at 1:16 Thursday night, having been gone five days. 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brass, El- Kader, came Saturday night, for a few days with their niece, Mrs. J. T. Meurer. •Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rowley, of Hubbard, visited their son, Supt. K. R. Rowley, Saturday night and Sunday. ' Swea City Garage Has Changed Hands Swea City, Oct. 3—Buell Pearson last week sold his garage business to the Johnson Chevrolet Co. here, and the later moved to the brick_ garage on main street. The building formerly occupied by Johnson garage will be occupied by Buell Johnson who will buy produce for the Armour Produce Co. luncheon for the Daughters of the American Revolution next Tuesday. 'Roll call will be on current events, and Ella Thompson will speak on the world's fair. Mrs. Maude L. Free is regent of the organization; Mrs. Emma Cosgrove, secretary. The chapter is limited to 50 mem- Paving Nearly Ilendy. Traffic on No. 169 between Algona and Fort Dodge will soon be using new paving for five miles south from Humboldt. There is only a mile or so left, and part of the new stretch is already in use. * The 1934 automobile licenses will not be issued this year till after January 1, and they will not be delinquent till February, 1. Heretofore they have been issued after December 1 and been delinquent after January. The 1934 licenses will have a dark blue back ground with yellow numbers. EDITH M. REED, TEACHER piano.—218 South Thorington st. . 10p4 MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS. — Mrs. Daisy Cook, 220 W. Call st. 14p4 now.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 18u3 USED SINGLE ROW CORN picker, for sale cheap.—.Elbert Garage. 10u4 FOR SALE—SINGLE iROW Mc- CormicknDeerinff corn nicker, engine and governor; in fine shape. Cash or trade. — Joseph Becker, Bode. 2Qp4-5 WANTED—SINGLE FARM HAND capable of running tractor on icornpickerr also aged Hampshire POTATOES, 50c BUSHEL—Melvin male hog.—Jacob Winkel, 3 miles northeast FOR SALE— McCORMICK-Deering Lone 20F13. 10p4 phone 19u4 FOR SALE—A !FEW TRUCK wagons and boxes; also McCormick- corn picker.—John Tieman, 1 mi. Deering picker in good condition ,.* i^f«« east Fenton. X) 'BUY hay, alfalfa preferred. Patterson, ,Burt. 11P3--5 Priced reasonable.—McEnroe Bros., 50 TONS OF phonejM9. SI (2) 4 Chas. JHOLSTEIN BULL CALVES NICHOLS & SHEP.PARD CORN producing nearest dams average 1059 Ibs. but- picker, good condition.—Inquire i ter 1 year. Priced f 10 to f 15. Some C! TsvVtm "D»i*-4- • ' QAn4 CllfnlllQ smnrc* nvul !*«.!•£,. n •»• R. S. John, Burt. 20p4 FOR SALE-MCLEAN COBS. .Reasonable prices, delivered.—Robert Loss, phone '20IF21. 10p4 Ryerson, Burt. cow,s and heifers.—.F. L. mi. e., 2% mi. n." of 36p4 SELLING MY ENTIRE FLOCK OF FOR SALE—flUNIVERSAIL enamel j of ^fP J 'J! g 'Leghorn hens^ Tancred range, good as new, $85.749, '525 Minnesota street. FOR SALE — BABY SEAL FUR coat; will fit size 16; perfect! condition.—Call_ Advance. 14p5 WHAT DOES YOUR LAUNDRY bundle weigh? Call us for prices.! t —Kirsch Laundry, phone 267. 4tf I cents ..„„.„., , Phone str am, fine layers; also White and pullets. Must be sold N° ve m'>er 1 as I am leav- 14u4 ! uf - Wlght ' 34p4-6 WHY DRIVE ON OLD TIRES FOR SALE—€>RY HARD AND soft stove wood at reasonable prices.—Ed Eggert, phone 18F2. 15p4-S FOR SALE — 'BLACK POLAND China male hogs, cholera • immune.—Mrs. Julia Reynolds, Titonka. 13p4-5-6 . » -, a f ? w 's all time low prices. There never was a better time to buy, especially while our low prices continue.—Gamble Stores. 39-4 BUY NOW AND SAVE Sunnjrfleld FLOUR 49 Ib b. C $1,75 $1.59 33c 25 c 29c lona Flour, 49 Ib. bag «•!. Pillsbury & Gold Medal Flour 49 Ib. bag Del Monte Peas, 2 No. 2 cans lona Peas, 3 No. 2 cans Green [Dot Peas, O Q _ 2 No. 2 cans 0*7C Reliable Peas, 2 No. 2 cans Miss Wise. Peas, 2 No. 2 cans __. Del Monte Sliced Pineapple, 9 Oft 2 No. 2% cans Otfl, Del Monte Crushed Pineapple, 2 No. 2 cans 'Sultana Broken Sliced Pineapple, 9K~ 2 No. a% cans ___ 09 C Pet Borden Carnation Evap. Milk, •* f\ 3 tall cans J.&C Encore Macaroni or Spaghetti, -j Q 3 pkgs. .1 J. {/C Encore Prepared Spaghetti, 4 tins Uneeda Bakers Premium Sodas, 2 Ib. caddy.. Camay Soap, 6 cakes Ivory Soap, 4 med. bars Chipso, flakes or 1 f granules, Ib. pkg. _. J. 9C P & G Soap, 10 9-oz. bars P & G Soap, -j £ 4 13% oz. bars LDC Seminole Tissue (cap free with each 4 rolls n f* purchased, 4 rolls _. £9 C Raisins, ' f>/T 4 Ib. bag £9 C Cornmeal, -j f\ 10 Ib. bag .-_ J.S/C Armour's Star Lard, O/|^ 4 Ib. carton 4&C Rolled Oats, 9 Ib. bag Powdered Sugar, .4 Ibs. , Brown Sugar, O O Ibs Z0C 25c 19c 27c 29c 25 c than (being the fifth of a series of intimate chat i our customers). The word "service" is probably the worked one in the English language other things being equal, you would your money at a store which did mo up your goods and take your moitey!" When you buy a new dress or a coat from $15.00 to $50.00 In the garment v to be sure It looks well on you, that It «hi and give you SERVICE. Service in th J volves many things. lls ca In the first place, the sa i es must, know her ready-to- Wear ] • must know just what style I 9 3 adapted to your figure. She " analize your personality ai must sell you a garment shows you off to the beat u age. That is salesmanship' its also service. v ' In the second place, the „«, be made pleasantly, court and permanently. YOU alwa member the circumstances surround a sale. In the third place, the ear™ must give satisfaction. You forget what SI for a coat or a dress but you always ren when a seam pulls out or a lining K0 es* Chrischilles & Herbst is the ONE PLACE, you always find the best merchandise i k gently sold by experienced salespeople. TN 111 i tin ii 'iri ri i li iiTiTiT ANDERSON Grain and Coal PHONE 308 We're ting by of You better! for your Dollar It does no good to pay a low price for your coal,» you buy waste and dirt! We charge a moderate? per ton—but give you full fuel, clean nuggetf country's best coal. Order early for greater s EVERY GRADE OF COAL FOR EVERY Clean Cotton Rags Wi FOR SALE—WHITE LEGHORN yearling hens, 50c each; Hampshire boars, Shetland pony. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 15utf FOR SALE—^POTATOES, cabbage. Lowest prices while digging. Bring sacks. Get your winter sup- WHITE'S GROCERY Week End Specials Jell-O, all flavors 5c Sani Plush, regular size 19c Flour, 49 Ib. Miss Minneapolis 1.89 Macaroni, Spaghetti, or Noodles, 4 A •*, 3 pkgs 1 4C Catsup, large 14-oz. bottle 12c Matches, 6 boxes . 22c Cooking Molasses, 2 1-2 Ib. can. 19c Champion Lye, 3 cans Oxydol, • large pkg. _. 21c Pineapple, broken, sliced, 2 No. 2 1-2 tins Pumpkin, 3 large cans ___ Oyster Shell, 100 Ib. bag .___, 78c ^"'^^'^•^•••^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^i^_i^^^^^^^^^tfli Fall Announcement MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S O'coats Fine quality all-wool, hand tailored overcoats, in all new styles and sta pie models. Plain blues or new col ors, at lowest prices — $15.50 $19.50 Sizes to fit every man OTHER FINE COATS AT IT WOULD COST ONE-THIRD MORE TO REPLACE THESE COATS NOW! MEN'S TOPCOATS AT LAST SPRING'S LOW PRICES ' MEN'S AND YOUS« Suits Fine all- wool worsted &••]'. suits, Big assortment of «-j style aud : patt«rns. AT THREE LOW PB«* $14-50 SIZES 84 TO 50 Models to fit every » an ' worth at least 85 P day, Otlier extra Jfi THE BOSTON STOKE Headquarters for Bargains,

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