Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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PAQBTWO K088UtB COUlfflf ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA LAKOTA FARM BUREAUMEETS FRIDAY NIGHT -Hog Plan Is Explained to Ledyard Township Group township Farm Bureau held a Christmas meeting at Mr. and Mrs. , 60 present. After a business aneeting the following program was £iven: reading, Elizabeth Ram- •Btock; talk on Farm Bureau questions, J. A. Bargar; reading-, Esth- *r Buckets; talks, Farm Bureau membership, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, CJhristmas Greetings, Mrs. Muriel fceaverton, H. D. A.; talk by County Agent Morrison on. the corn-lhog ^program ; music, piano-accordion, Elmer Wiese. Lunch of cake, sandwiches, coffee, home-made candy, and popcorn balls was served. Xarsons Hare Bnd Luck — Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton «nd Mrs. C. R. Smith went to El- -•jnore last week Monday to see the Samuel Larsons. Mrs. Larson, *rho has been sick since early in the summer, is now in critical condition, and Mrs. Mino is helping care for her. In the last year the Larsons have buried a son, John, and a daughter, Elizabeth, who was Mrs. Otto Krupp. Mr. Larson, who Jias been deaf many years, his wife, and a daughter, Mrs. Hannah Nelson, n»w comprise the family. The (Larsons once owned and lived on a €arm just east of Lakota. Acorn Club Meets Thursday- Mrs. F. O. Johnson was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday, and 20 members answered roll call. After a business meeting Mrs. Doris •Cfkena read a paper on The Amazon River, and Mrs. Claire Frerk- iag and Hulvia Sanden sang Brahm's Cradle Song in German language, and then, as an encore, -sang; it in English. Mrs. Vera Williams will 'have the Christmas meeting on December 21. Schissels Buy Minnesota Elevator J. P. Schisel, Minneapolis, and his son Arthur, Lakota, have purchased an elevator at Adams, Minn., which will be managed by John Schisael, who has been man, — - - - * — — -- -—.—— .^.*vs j-*j *^ A.!, \_-iiijjiin i Oj ujSLIlcl Vli 1C. nging an elevator at Stevens, in visited Sunday at Albert Cutler's, -northeast Kossuth. _ The John The Gus Benjamins spent the day 12 Sexton Young People to Present Play December 20 Sexton, Dec. 12—A play, The Blue Bag, will be given next week Wednesday night at the Sexton Sanders. The cast is: Anton McDonald, in search of the blue bag, George Vaughn, of Marengo, had died that morning. Other Sexton News. Alberta Grosenbach and Dolph TM •"„ '—,,"_,. i . uonaia, in search ot the blue Dag, John Heetland's Friday evening, wilbur ste Q Reynold! •nt.1, «n n««nf Aft o . . h,,., nB « chauffeur , Arthur Olsen; Chattanooga Elvira Livermore, maid, Marie Harris; Obadiah Macklyn, .hotel owner, Herman Wise; Cindy Macklyn, who runs Obadiah, Nell Wise; Allan Ross, eloping with Enid, Leo Steven; Enid Lauton, (Neva Olsen; Jim Keefer, Arthur 'Stueber; Molly Keefer, his wife, Edith Greenfield; also looking for the blue bag; Letty Long, an actress, Ethel Huff; Bill Harrington, U. S. Customs officer, Richard Miller. Scene, lobby of the Macfclyn hotel. Christmas Program December 23— A Christmas program will be given at the church here Saturday evening, December 23. Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Drusilla Noble are directing. Attend Meet at West Bend- Herman Wise, Harvey Steven, and W. C. Taylor spent last week Tuesday at West Bend, attending a Methodist Brotherhood meeting. Niece Dies at Marengo— "Uncle" Tom Elaine received word Sunday that his niece, Mrs. 1invo a now onn navn«<1 ard horn Mr, ty was formerly Mary Adams, Algona. Nell Wise and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Steven and little son, of Burt, spent 'Friday and Saturday with the Mack Wises at Mason City. Mack is a brother of Mrs. Steven and Nell. Mrs. Garman, who makes her home with her daughter, - Mrs. Henry Eischeidt, has been ill the past week. Mrs. J, W. Harris and daughters Mary and Marie spent 'Sunday with the Everett Harris family in Mason City. Raymond Kranz and his father, Lou Kranz shipped eight carloads of cattle to Chicago Saturday night. Albert Grosenbach and son Emery, spent Friday and Saturday at Grinnell and Des Moines. Aid meets this Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Orville Hedrick, east of town. The Albert Grosenbachs were guests Sunday at Frank Thorpe's in Algona. The Harvey Steven family spent Sunday with relatives at Britt. l ~ Sunday evening at '8 o'clock at the '" Academy. The Cast follows: Santa BANCROFT NEWS iness visitor Monday. He is employed in the grocery department at the Kennedy Bros, store, Mrs. Jack Stavers, Graettinger, and her son Donald visited the Amos Bergmans from last Thursday till Sunday. Mrs. Stavers was Anna Bergman before marriage. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, of Hutchinson, Minn., spent Sunday an-d Monday 'here with relatives. The Lyle Hemphills, Estherville, an A te° nabus -'taine<l Mrs. Jos. steil, Alexander, Minn., Mrs. George Cook, Lena, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. George Balk, Le Sueur, Minn., at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Steil is Mrs. Odell's grandmother. Paul Krapp, Jamestown, N. D., arrived one day last week to visit his sister, Mrs. John Kockler. Mrs. James Robinson and her son Gene returned Friday from Estherville, where they had spent a week with the former's .parents. Mrs. George Anderson, Chicago, and _two children arrived Tuesday ..™..vi.™., u .vuoou-v,i. me uuini .me vrus rsenjamms spent tne aay ana two cnuaren arrived 1 Bchissels left for their new home at Fairmont with the Ed Potters. Ho visit with the former's Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin (have the Mrs. George Wohnke. sister *««**-* f Presbyterian Aid Clears $90— The Presbyterian church held its annual bazaar and served a chicken supper Saturday evening, and a large crowd attended. Special features of the bazaar were a fish pond, home-made candy, Ihome-bak- ed goods, fancywork, aprons, etc. The women cleared more than $90. Christmas Programs Planned— All local churches are .preparing Christmas programs. The Presbyterian Sunday school will give a .^program by the Intermediates next Sunday evening, and the little folks will give a pageant on Christmas eve. Mrs. Frerking has written the pageant. farm Bureau Seeks Members— Tom Berg, county Farm Bureau bakery here. The Baptist Aid had its annual —. Wednesday, and the receipts totaled $36. The Mission Circle was entertained Friday at Mrs. Ed Seney's. Edward Becker and Hubert Hood, Humboldt, spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. Hood owns an IGA store at Humfooldt, and Mr. Becker works in the meat department. Louis Dudding, Jos. Crowley, and Frank Merron returned Sunday from Waterloo and Cedar Falls, where they transacted business. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Guide entertained Mattie Warner, Eva Whitney, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith!, Burt, at dinner Sunday. Mrs. William Quinn, three daughters, and Mata Trasamar spent Friday at Lu Verne with Mrs. Quinn's 'Roy and Bernard McGuire left last Thursday for East Moline, 111., to visit their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gurriey Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Batten, son Adolph, and daughter Kathleen returned 'last week Tuesday from Almena, Wis., where they visited Mrs. Hatten's father, J. B. Meysem- bourge, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Olson and Mr, j.um ncijf, cuuiity rarm rmreau ""•» "•" *•"* vciuc wim ivirs. yuinn E •president, attended a board meet- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller. at Algona Saturday night .inf- 0.1. .tiiguiiii Dcuuruuy lugnt. .*"." "=" >vamici» auu meivin. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Menke, daugh- More than 100 memberships were Tiggis, Sinsinawa, Wis., visited theiter Inez, and Mrs. Robert Glasgow secured last week, and the mem- Ed > A. A., and Mike Droesslers Fri- drove to Des Moines Friday, and bershin drivfi will ^rmHnun till day, SatUl'dav. and SmiHav TWVc Mr. Mpnlr» !>^•^onAaA fv,« -cin-j'- 1 bership drive will January 1. Santa Claus Day Praised- . . Saturday, and Sunday. Mrs. Wagner is a sister of the Droessler brothers. George Kadow, Sebeka, Minn., who had visited the Edward ------ „ --- „ ~-.~j ^_ . u ..ji. u «i***ii. t *> nu uciu. viaiLcu. tile 'JiiUYvuru Among persons who went to Al- Droesslers several weeks, went to gona Thursday to see Santa Claus iSinsinawa with the visitors. Mrs. -were the Otto Koppens, t)he Her- Wagner is an aunt of Mr. Kadow , *ert Trenarys, the Jerry Ukenas, _ ~ . »..«.* j *j t Lj^t, u ^i .1 j u «.»_*i«i3, j-vn n m ui ucsnicl cliiu rtciy 1*111161 and the I. E. Wortmans. All re- were at Algona Saturday evening l>ort a most enjoyable day for the to attend a Farm Bureau board -*"' 1J — meeting. The Charles Bakers toad dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry children. Dinner for B. B. Team— ...—. »«. M.,* H , i*.«uut - •kjwaiucvj' WILU ivir. uiin ivirs. •ji.GTiry Mrs. E. R. Worley entertained the Fox. Mr. Baker is a partner in the first basketball team at dinner last Williams & Baker barber shop here. week Wednesday evening, and in- •..--... •eluded among the guests were R. E. Hamquist, coach, and Earl Gra- ibau, superintendent. Winter Grandchildren Sick— The grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. George Winter have been having scarlet fever at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Con Higgins, Titonka, but are now re•ported recovering. Pastor Johnson Has Birthday— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson •went to Kanawha Friday afternoon and helped celebrate the ,Rev. Mr. Johnson's birthday with his folks. They returned Saturday. Lincoln P. B. Party Tonight— Lincoln township will hold a Farm Bureau Christmas party at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton's this week Friday afternoon. Christmas Party This Evening— The Luther League will have a Christmas party in the church this week Thursday evening. Other Lakota News. The Clarence Edwards family, north of town, entertained neighbors and other friends at 6 o'clock oyster supper last week Monday. The evening was spent at cards. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley went to Des Moine« Friday to get a 1934 Ford. W. E. drove home the new car, and Mrs. Ley the other one. " The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking attended a Fort Dodge Presbytery at Fort Dodge Monday. Plans were laid for evangelistic work. ' . Mrs, N. E. Noble, the J. H. War- <>urtons, and Harry Warburton spent Sunday with the Samuel War"burtons at Swea City. Mrs. E. N. Clemans' Aid division served a C o'clock dinner to the Commercial club last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall went to Mason City last week Wednesday, and Mrs. Krall consulted a specialist for eye trouble. . The John Alberts family, Swea City, were Sunday visitors at Henry -Patterson's. Mrs. Dawson, of Aurelia, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Smith. A Leg Gashed by Horse. Lone Hock, Dec. 12—While John Newbrough was riding horseback after the other horses Sunday night toe was kicked by one of them in the leg and suffered a two-in. gash a half inch deep. He was taken to Burt for medical attention. The Ben Wagners and Melvin attends the public schools. >Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe, Mrs. Hilma Erickson, Betty Muth, and Roy OPERETTA TO BE GIVEN AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Dec. Christ- Jlaiis, Rudolph Hahn, goblins, Edwin Mallory, Oelbert Dogotch, Geo. frost, Harold Esser, Bobby Barber, Roland Esser; elves, James Taylor, Leonard Frost, George Airhart, Kenneth Frost; Bills, Irene Heller, Joan Hansen, Marie Ohm, Bertha Potratz. Socrates (the cat) Imogene Wagner; Keepers of the Northern iLights, Leona Naas, Dorothy Airhart, Clydine Airhart, Viola Voight; Christmas fairy, Geraldine Mallory; Eskimos, .Russell Frost, Wayne Elbert, Nevin Woodward, Junior Dogotch; Radiola, Margaret Barber; Jesters, Marilyn Woodward, Dorothy Wagner; Mary Miller (little girl), Geraldine Mallory. Christmas trees, Howard Eeser, Bobby Kirschbaum; little children waiting for Santa, Tommy (Rockford, Beverly Jean Smith, Ramona Airhart, Gurene Airhart, Beverly Hansen; gifts, Imogene Wagner, Geraldine Mallory; radio fairies, Irene Heller, Marie Ohm, Bertha Potratz. Miss Lindstrom and Miss Sam- min, grade teachers, are coaching. Mrs. Krueger Suffers Wound— Mrs. Margaret Krueger, who lives alone in the southwest part of town, fell Saturday evening outside the house, and didn't notice that she had suffered a cut in one of her legs till she had returned to the house. She bandaged it, but later in the evening a neighbor who called insisted that Doctor McCreery look after it and he took her to hie hospital, where nine stitches had to be taken to close .the wound. Lutheran School Officers Named— At a. business meeting at the Lutheran schoolhouse last Thursday evening, election of 1934 officers was held: president, Herman Behnke; vice, P. L. Jessen; secretary, Bernice Balgeman; treasurer, Linda Roeber; librarian, Alvera Behnke; executive board, Lawrence Gade, June Wehrspan, Lester Baas. Mr. Jessen is the only one of the old group to hold over. This year he has been vice president. Herman Braatz is Dead— Arthur Heidenwith and his son Ellsworth drove to Milwaukee Friday, accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, and Robert and Louis Braatz. They attended the funeral of Herman GOCHE M RS. , WAITER , GOCME, Bancroft, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Anthony Lappe, Bancroft. Miss Lappe, whose given name is Louise, and Mr. Goche were married November 14. Cut by courtesy Des Moines Register. i.n. anu ivira. A. H.. utson ana Mr. aneuueu uie runerai oi «.erman and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, of Swea Braatz, 65, brother of the local City, and Mrs. Veda Muth, Mason 'Braatzes and a cousin of the elder City, visited Mrs. Eugene Erickson Mrs. Heidenwith. The party return- Sunday, and Mrs. Muth stayed a ed Sunday. few days longer. Her daughter „ . T . — A Betty stays with Mrs. (Erickson and Fred lellman Loses Brother- Mrs. Henry Schultz received a telegram Sunday announcing the death of Charles Lehman, Chicago *•»-"»»l* J-Ji, IVflVOUJ.! J JJCLVJ lYJ.U.lIlt oJiU —•«-••«»•• j u**«uM.|3w Margaret Howe spent last Thurs- Saturday following an operation day at Algona with Mr. and Mrs. He . was a t" r °ther of Fred Lehman T?nv "RinViQ-n^o^vi "Whitffnrmrp. nnrf art iiTiplo n-f TJnnv* Whittemore, and an uncle of Henry Schultz. . Edw. Droessler and Ray Miller Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walsh, of Lone Rock, spent last week Wednesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Odell enter- Mr. Menke attended the Ford meeting. Master Robert Glasgow, who had spent a nnonth with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Swan, at Lovilia, returned to Bancroft ^ na , wmners ™U receive with tlhem. " a "" OJ - 1 ' ducks; geese, or chickens. Feather Party is Planned— The fire department is out of funds, and to raise money a "feather party" is planned for next week Wednesday. There will be games and winners will receive turkeys with fhem. Ben Olson, of the Seneca neigh- I borhood, left the Wohnke hospital Sunday. He recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kramer entertained P. M. Schiltz, his three children, and the N. B. Schiltz family at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lampe and Roman and Margaret Wilhelmi spent Sunday at (Emnietsburg- with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lews. Mrs. Lewis is an aunt of the Wilhelmis and Mrs. Lampe. Walter Gockleys Have Son— Cards from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gockley, New Jersey, announce the arrival of a son November 13, named Gene Walter, the first child in the family. Otlior Wliittemnro News Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom, Mrs. Harry Sunding, and Everett Hedlund, all of Ames, came Saturday to visit the Henry and Erwin Kueck- ers, Everett Kuecker, formerly Arlene Sunding, is a daughter of the Harry Bundinge . The visitors were accompanied home by Mrs. Everett Hedlund, who had visited here a week. The Maurice Mallorys visited at Jolley Sunday with the John Lott- mans, Mrs. Mallory's folks. They were accompanied home by Esther Kettleson, Jolley, niece of Mrs. Mai- lory, for a week's visit. Herbert, son of Robert Braatz, returned to Mapleton, Minn., Monday, after a few weeks here. He planned to visit relatives and friends at and near Mapleton a week. The Gus Nissens, Webster City, and the Erwin Brulins, of Cylinder, were Sunday dinner guests at Geo. Meyer's. Mrs. Bruhn is a Meyer daughter. Verna Emanuel, high school teacher, received word. Friday that a 4-year-old brother had an operation last Thursday for ruptured appendix. Mrs. Carl Ostwald left Friday for her home at Fargo, S. D. She came tor the funeral of her brother, Albert Bierstedt, three weeks ago. Catherine and John Haag and Pauline Miller went to Hollandale, Minn., Saturday to visit their after, Mrs. John Gappa. Alvera, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke, stayed at Algona Friday night with her sister Esther, who works there. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Anna C. Berklund, Cylinder, December 3. Mrs. Bertha Bowers-Skow, Emmetsburg, is visiting the Carl Elberts. Dick Vaughn and Minnie Elbert spent Sunday at Leo Elbert's, Garner. The Four Corners M. & i)- dub meets this week Thursday with Mrs, Ruby Walker, and roll call will be answered With Christmas quotations, The annual grab basket will be opened. No gift ia -to cost more than lOc. Mrs. Verla Lowman, daughter Jacqueline, and Mildred Robinson left Friday for a couple of week* with relatives at Milford, Spencer, and Spirit Lake. (Everett Wibham was taken by surprise Sunday, when relatives and friends arrived, bringing a birthday dinner. Attending: the Harvey Raths, the Harvey Simp sons, the Monarchs, the Carl Seips, the Howard Withams, the Noble Mitchells, the Austin Withams, Mrs. Myrtle Vining, Algona, daughter Harriet Frances, and the (Louis Lowmans Jr. The Wm. Richs and Glen Sabin, Illinois, wcce callers at John Sabin's Sunday.. The Union No. 7 P. T. A. will have a one-act play and other attractions at the Good Hope Community room this week Friday Bancroft Four higiht. This in , the cruikshsnk school, slid MM. Genevieve Genrich, Algona, <8 teacher. An advertisement in this week's Advance gives particulars. MtB. John Wilson, son Vincent, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch, WhltteJflore, were callero at Ed- ward Rich's Saturday d children turn", "oft No,?] Claus at Algona an l II 6 movies. The men nm a ound the porch at ft a rail 'i>! Saturday. nt tte school The Frank Mulligans, of Eagle Grove, were here Sunday and vis ited at Frank's brother Pat's. Lee Brown, Omaha, spent .Friday at the Peter Berens home. He is connected with the Western Union and his wife was Sue Berens before marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deitering have a daughter, born Tuesday, named Dona Lee. -The Deiterings have three children now. Mr. Deitering is connected with the Deitering garage. • Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welp entertained P. S. Wilhelmi, daughter Elsie, son Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi and her three children at dinner Sunday. Great HOLIDAY SALE LONG'S FOOOSHOP Mince Meat, jar 28c Liquid Veneer, bottle —21c Soap, Laundry, 10 bars -25c Peas, per can lOc Corn, Iowa pack lOc Prunes, per Ib. lOc Graham Crackers, 2 Ib. box 28c Salted Crackers, 2 Ib. box 21c Long's Peaberry Coffee, try a pound — '. 19c Tea Balls, 3 for 5c Ginger Ale, large bottle _15c Cherry Chocolates, pound box 28c Chocolate Candy, Ib. box 80c Candy Chocolate.s 5 Ib. box ! $1.25 Camay Hand Brush, 50c size only lOc Christmas Candy, Ib. 12c, 15c, 20c Marshmallows, per pkg. _10c Pancake Flour, per pkg. _20c Peanuts, extra good, 2 Ibs. for 25c Home Brand Jello, pkg. __5c Olives, qt. jars 29c Dill Pickles, qt. jar 19c Raisins, 2 Ib. pkg. 15c Salad Dressing, qt. jar 20c Heinze Apple Butter, jar 12c Bottled Vinegar, pt. lOc Syrup, Kara, per gallon _54c Mixed Nuts, Ib. 20c 6 Ibs. for $1.00 Our place is the place to buy your Christmas trees — in fact nil your Christmas supplies. Long's Meats Are Treats. SORE THRO AT Potitive relief In 15 min. with one swallow Of ttfe, pleasant Thoxine. Real prescrip- non medicine—Not a gargle. Money-back guarantee at all drug stores—35c. THOXINE SOLD BY E, W, LUSBY DRUG CO, Coupon for Children Tins Coupon good for 1 bar of Curtiss's famous candy if presented before Christmas day. BUTTER-NUT COFFEE LONG'S FOOD SHOP Old and Reliable WE WANT EGGS USEFUL GIFTS THIS Community Silverware 29-plece set, stainless steel, choice of patterns, 35-year guarantee _________ 9-cup Coleman percolator, electric, chrome plated $9.75 6-cnp Coleman percolator, chrome plated, electric . $5.25 Waffle Irons, chrome plated 93.75 to $5.95 Electric heaters, American $2.19 Flashlights, all brass casings, 2 cell 49c Hamilton-Beach M1 x • master $18.00 Toasters, chrome plated $1.50, $2.25, $3.50 Aladdin lamps, the Ideal light — $4.75 Ice skates, a Hockey sticks 25 an<U Croquet sets and balls 4t : ll,i Coaster wagons, Inch rubber tire, d u(ll) , disc wheels, heavy * $3.50 Fancy pocket pearl handle in i ea » P° uch ...... 75cand Air rifles, $1, 1,50, $ u Sandwich toasters, la size Coaster sleds 98c to U Sklls, 4, 5, 6, 7 feet... 85c to IRONS Hot point automatic Chrome plate standard K. W. chrome plated 6-lb. irons, with cord $3.! $2.01 11-2 quart. --Pyrex Casseroles $1.00 2 quart Either round or oval. $1.3! Chip proof enamel ware. We have it. Lasts a time. A complete stock to select from. Look over our stock of Christmas gifts. TVe ha? many items in stock to choose from. Kohlhaas & Spilles FOR SERVICE CHRISTMAS — Will Soon be Here - It is important that your wearir apparel be Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired ! Try our Dry Cleaning Service Modern Dry Cleanei PHONE 537 a Streak of Lightning Out of a Clear Sky Comes Announcement That The Boston Store Is The Boston Store has lost its lease, which expires the first of the year We have sold our equipment to the Leuthold Clothing Company, and are forced to sell this 'new stock of Men's and Boys' Suits Overcoats Hats, Caps, Underwear, Work Clothes and Gen?s Fwni.hngl on hand before the first of January. ««iw«« t> Never before has the public had an opportunity to buy their _Chrirtma> ; merchandise at such a reduction as offering. No need to quote prices. We promise you'll not be disappointed. reaucnon as are Everything Must Go THE BOSTON STORE Nothing. Reserved

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