Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1938
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JRUARY 8. 1988. JftOt* 11# Mil * SUBSTt* Kjfl't to make three iftotfc Customers Me lose them and (ness. (Mto la times as much checks COLDS and FEVER first day Headache, 80 minutes sm" — World's Small Loans »i!siii $300 .STOCK FURHITURE, ETC. eonrteous, confidential 7TOBPW oroneouB, Mmni/imuB • rn GO DC* MolMd offle* Algona, low* . ALobtiA, IOWA PAOB X3 Scarlet Fever Epidemic Near Good Hope Subsides OPT* MS A WEEK people to ittee tetctt " 'HotueuidBcrn ,V«rnlthei,Lu- !CMU,tt«.LowDh«et OM»-P«y" Qiurutec. Single order peyi you u much M $10. Ernty property owner n«edt ptlntuow'. Orders come Miy. IMML' COMMISSIONS WEEKLY booming. Pictorte*, Utaitltutioiu, blf orders. ed over $3.000- Without eott. Write NT CO., LJ.DMfe,Prtt. IUn««« City, M«. for the next 4 Month of F, B, HOST TO BURT BUSINESSMEN Burt, Feb. 1—Forty-live • men at- ended a dinner at the Marvin ho- el Monday noon. It was a meet- ng of the county Farm Bureau ioard, and members of the Community club here were guests. Alan Kline, vice -president of the itato Farm Bureau, had been ;cheduled to speak, but he failed o make an appearance. In his absence J. C. Skow, Wesley, and County Agent Brown gave talks, and J. H. Graham responded for he business men. G. W. Blotch, county chairman, conducted the meeting. The .board's monthly business meeting woe held after dinner. Woman's Clnb Meets; Program— • The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. J. M. Dom's, with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher as assisting hostess. The program topic was Meet the Neighbors and Included a round table: It's News in Europe, led by Mrs. W. H. Vogel; and a book study, And Fear Came, by John T. Whitaker, by Mrs. C. W. Patterson. . - Bnrt Wrestlers at Minneapolis— Supt. Condlt Bowie, Edw. Thaves, Frank Bahllng, and Wil- Jard Stow went to, Minneapolis -..—o -- —- ----- . . 15 Saturday to see Merwyn Bahliug son farm, on which they have liv .and Eddie Stewart, students at| Good Hope, Feb. 1—The scarlet fever situation in the Frazie-r echool neighborhood, two miles north and a mile east of the Good Hope church, is greatly imp-roved. Some who had the disease have been released from quarantine and- all cases arc past the danger mark. Mrs. Keith Stroyer, who nursed her four children through the worst of the trouble, and then contracted it herself, was desperately sick When her case was complicated with double-pneumonia, but is now on the way to recovery. Her mother,-Mrs. Godden, has been with her. The school, which had been closed, was reopened Monday, after a thorough cleaning up and the destruction of schoolbooks, etc., which might harbor disease germs. Weather Cuts Serflces— Sub-zero temperatures and high winds stopped church services Sunday at both the Whlttemore and the Good Hope Methodist churches. This was the first time thia winter that weather conditions made services impractical Last winter, by. this time, services had been cancelled several times for such reason. Bjnstroms Changing Location— The Qulnten Bjustroms, wh have been compelled to relocate owing to the sale of the old Nel ed two or three years, have rented the Herman Dau farm on No. 169. It is understood that they ave a long-term lease. Voods to Ministerial Meet— The. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood ttended a meeting,of Algona sub- ist Methodist preachers and their ivlves at West Bend Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. George R. McDow- 11 entertained. !. L. Dittmer Improved— C. L. Dittmer is much improved rom the sickness win which he was stricken some weeks ago. The nurse, Emily Dtttmer, who is its niece, went home last week Tuesday. . : Faritnvife Is Bed Patients- Mrs. Eml'l Loabs has been con- MANY LEDYARD PEOPLE GO TO B, B JOURNEY Ledyard,, Feb. 2 —' Among the Ledyard people at the B. B. tournament Saturday night were: D. A. Carpenter, Lars Skoar, Jack Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. William Carry, and Connie and Thomas, 'Mr. _, . , , and Mrs. William Wiemer, Mr. and.|^,°™,^ Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. D. B.! Mayer and Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. I Walter Hans and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, J. Blome, Robert Morris, Evelyn Cappel, Arlene Archer, Dorothy Stofflet, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lloyd, Ruth Estle, Kale Hartshorn, James Logan, Mrs. H. Konsuth Motor Co., repairs 1.47 Pratt Electric Co., mdse.- 137.58 ELECTRIC LIGHT SINKING FUND W. W. Sullivan, P. M., •bond 3656.01 PWA CONSTRUCTION FUND ACCOUNT Electric Light Fund, return transfer _._ 12782.94 DEPOSIT FUND Stanley E. Johnson et al, refund deposit 35.00 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 75.00 Frank Ostrum, salary _._ 130.00 '. W. Green, dogs Thos. Akre, rent Meyer & Wenthe, mdae.— . W. Bell Telephone Co., service Kossuth Motor Co., repairs Kossuth Motor Co., repairs Johnson DX Service, gas and oil Teese Lashbrook, salary _ fesse Lashbrook, salary _ Elliott Skllllng, man and team Willard Gregson, man and Harry Barton, salary ---- 10.00 Harry Barton, salary — 120.00 .... . .. , M ' tche "" lary ~ fined to bed two weeks with heart M _ Granno wll B raack. trouble. Her physician has pres- — ; . ii-ilied absolute rest for many Prftctlco on Algona F i oor _ weeks to come. Other Good Hope. Leroy Addy, Winterset, is working for A. J. Dittmer. He has a brother who is employed by Frank Thompson, ol school district No. 4. R. F. Hawcott has spent most of the last ten days successfully nursing one of his beet milk cows through a siege of pneumonia. Alden Reid has been sick abed since Saturday with flu and complications. the Iowa State Teachers' college, •wrestle in a tournament. Merwyn's match resulted in a draw, and Eddie lost by decision. Orchestra Makes Stop Here— Edwin Manus, who plays with the Gene Pieper orchestra, of Omaha, visited his parents on hour or so Sunday morning. The orchestra was en route from 'Fort Dodge to Waseca, Minn., and stop- j ped off here a while. Bnrt Boy to be "Doc"- LEGION WESLEY, HAS GET-TOGETHER Wesley, Feb. 1—A third of ,the membership of the Legion Auxil- PARTIES GIVEN AT LIVERMORE EQUIP NEW TOWN KITCHEN Co., Co., Kossuth Motor Co., mdse. H. W. Post, freight Lalng & Muckey, mdse. _ Treasurer of State, sales tax Skelly Oil Co., mdse. Greenberg Auto Supply, mdse. GENERAL FUND 127.20 49.57 2.44 2.08 1.92 69.41 .6: 3.92 Saturday the girls' first and'Frank Green, salary 130.01 second basketball teams went to H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 104.01 Pp'S i!'-*s$ „ most of your read- i;; Enjoy the wit the .,. Jie companionship, the ithat have made the AT- over seventy-five ,,. iSinerica's most quoted and,most cherished magazine. £ ^ ! ^ (mentioning this ad) to •tfrfSll'^ffij- '• . - • ' Tk« Atlantic Monthly, 8 Arling. St, Boston Dean Clapsaddle Iowa City Sunday, after a days here with his parents, —. T and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Dean I J his second, year of med- postponed e ; tlng Satu rday, with Mrs. — tn liary here met for a returned to George Vitzthum as hostess. Mrs. . Studer, president, read a pa. jegislation, and it was vot- ° . Livermore Feb. 2—A benefit card party Monday evening at the- town hall was a cup and -plate shower for the new community kitchen and was a success. Twenty-one tables were in play, and Mrs. Gail Berryhill and H. L. Zlgrang won high at bridge, J. Melavin winning a chair prize. Evelyn Harris, and John Lentsch won high at 500, Alvin Bredall winning the chair prize. Door proceeds, which were $21.25, will be used as a library benefit. The committee in charge of the affair included Mesdames Algona to practice on the Algona floor in preparation for their game Monday night with Lu Verne to decide the county championship. The girls and their chaperone, Dorothy Stoflet, remained in Algona to attend the boys' tournament that night. The Ledyard Athletic association gave the girls a three-course dinner at an Algona cafe. Shower for Bride-to-Be— Thursday afternoon 40 friends gathered at Ted Green's for a miscellaneous shower for Virginia Alvey, whose marriage to William Trenary will be an event of the near future. Claude Reese is Dead- Claude Reece, the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reece, who recently underwent two operations H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 18.00 R. H. Valentine, salary ._ R. H. Valentine, salary — 12.2: 97.7C team 3eo. Gunder, labor Frank Skllling, labor — Oliver Bakkor, labor John Helmers, man and team Spear & McVay, man and team 156.28 2.00 10.42 5.69 3.32 2.38 11.29 10.63 35.00 90.00 71.61 47.74 66.20 33.49 60.83 29.66 lapp'a Service, gas and oil __________________ Harris Bros., gas and oil- White Rose Service, g«u» and oil _______________ -Cent Motor Co., indue. * — -lovey Super Service, gaa and oil _______________ Kennedy & Parsons, refund cigarette license , H. Beardsley, expense- Dr. Sawyer, rent of rest room ---------------- Wrs. A. M. Collinson, matron rest room -------Bert Whltmarsh, care of dump ---- ........... Lumber Co., Fred Gronbach et al, snow removal Christensen Bros., Co., mdse. Botsford mdse. Greenberg Auto Supply, mdse. Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. _ Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. H. W. Post, freight Wm. Dehnort, labor Frank Cook, mdse. 53.40 1.39 23.75 16.18 2.94 7.90 .83 .70 1.7E 2.6S 1133 8.45 16.69 18.7S 6.81 26.0d 20.00 25.00 SEWER FUND T. W. Kelly, salary ------ 30.0<J Dick Helmers et al, labor FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary W. S. Nott Co., mdee. _— Central Fire Truck Corp., mdse. Iowa Machinery & Supply mdse. Kossuth Motor Co., re- 6.00 46.00 38.19 18.68 32.03 2.01 pairs BAND FUND Algona Military Band, contract Passed and approved the 27tn day of January, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. week Wednesday, February 9, at a monthly radio and carpet-sewing tion. It was estimated crowd of about 650 attended. Tea Was Held liiesaay— I bee. A Fellowship Tea will be held Tuesday afternoon in the Metho- Five-Hundred Clubs Meet— dist church parlors, to which all Mr . an d Mrs. W. A. Fischer were women of the church are invited, hosts to the Saturday -j- cluh, and Mr. and Mrs. Off for .Excelsior Springs— ^ | we ll, Algona, won-the for your tired, »cMfl« feet thritit or rheumatoid pains * 1 S I b y u Max Gronbach, Hans Madson, Louis Behounek, Culvert Johnson, and Mrs. C. K. Howard, also Marie Hansen. Eight dollars was left after buying what was necessary for the supper, and this will be: used for . u the ne w community kitchen In the - at a Mankato hospital, died there Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Funeral services will be Wednesday. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Darnell, Mrs. Orville Runksmeier and son, and Mrs. Burton Johnson attended the funeral of their cousin in Elmore Friday. Saturday afternoon Mrs. H. a. Frey entertained a group of little girls in honor of her daughter Stella Mae's 10th birthday. : Howard Anderson, and James and John Darnell, made a business trip to Blue Earth Friday. | Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Mrs. • Rose Moulton were in Burt Thursday on business. ! There will be a card party at the Sacred Heart church Thurs-j day evening....... _ i Boy 3c 1 help you! We carry ovt 40! rVSeboH's Foot Comfort Rcm-j.hc» ; " tat Aids. Come in—costs you: I for a Free Foot Test. 'NELL SHOE CO, Algona, Iowa Clalr Winkle and Lewis Bode, Algona, went to Excelsior Springs, Mo., Monday to take treatments lor rheumatism. Other Bart News. Mrs. Lawrence Stainbrook and her daughter Carol Jean, have returned, after a week with Mrs. Stainbrook'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlstenson, Winterset. Mr and Mrs. Christenson brought them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christenson, Newton, came with them, and all spent the day here Sunday. Will Toebben, Chicago, came Friday to spend a few days with his mother,-Mrs. Anna To'ibben. The Olof Olsons, Elmore, Minn., also visited Sunday at the Toebben home. Denton Thaves returned Satur» day to Newton, where he is employed on a newspaper. He, came home several weeks ago and had an; appendicitis operation while here. The Glenn Andersons returned i Raesly's Special COAL elected to Suit You. Dustless Treated. : Bight size. il child can fire It. r ~ t aesly Lumber Co. fear Milwaukee Depot" Phone 234. Sunday from Frazee^ ; Minn., where they;: ; had'gone on Tuesday, taking the 'body of their ten- months old son for burial. for men and women, with Sim Bemis, Sexton, rating low. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young entertained their Sunday night 500 club Sunday evening, Mrs. W. A. Fischer winning high for women, Lawrence Koppen for men. Mrs. Koppen won a travel prize. Students Here for Week-End— Nina Mae Wagner and a friend, Nora Johnson, Pocahontas, both business students at the Hamilton university, Mason City, were weekend guests at Nina Mae's home here. Mr. Wagner, who slipped and fell a fortnight ago, is recuperating from a dislocated rib suffered in the fall. Wesleyan to Iowa City- Gordon Giddings returned Friday from Iowa City, where he had gone Wednesday with his wife,: who entered the university hos->- pital there for treatment, following a week at Kossuth hospital, The new baby, Merle Gordon, was . four weeks old last week Sunday and is' doing well. Radio Music for Birthday— The same committee will be in charge of another such party in two weeks. BIRTHDAY GIFT—PRINTED per-i sonal stationery carries the per-! sonal touch. Always acceptable.— Advance office. tf Lu Verne Man Home From Denmark Trip Lu Verne, Feb. 1—Chris Anderson got home Monday, after visits with his father, two sisters, and two brothers in Denmark and Germany. He left here December 12, and started on the return trip January 20, landing in this country January 28. The sea voyage home was much more rough than the going trip, with two very bad days. . It had been 26 years since Mr. Anderson last saw his father. He and Mrs. Anderson will remain here for a time before he goes back to his work as a bridge contractor at Green River, Wyo. CITY BILLS The City January 27, 1938. Council met at the The Methodist Aid meets at the Irene Loehig celebrated her 13th hirthday anniversary Thursday church Wednesday afternoon, with an 4 ner school chum, Mary iMVo T. M nU+moT- Mm .T. Tl. fjra- Tjr,,,,/-,,.l,r TioH n rnnslp.al ni . L. N. Dittmer, Mrs. J. D. Gra •ham, and one other as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinoas and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham spent Sunday with the Will Dehnerta at Algona. Paul Macauley, who is substituting in the creamery at Belmond, spent the week-end here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent the week-end with Mr. Heaney's brother, W. J, at Mankato, Minn. Richard Chipman was at Thompson Saturday assisting in a Hormel demonstration. Mrs. Ellen Hanna, Shindler, S. D,, spent the»week-end with Mrs. Maude Hanna., ; Mrs. L. A. Boettcher has been confined to her home several days by illnesa. Mrs. Aaron Taylor spent Monday night with her mother, Mrs, Doege, Haverly, Lou a musical number Sexton in Algona. Martha Huhnke, who has had , dedicated to her over KGLO, Mason City. Son lor Mathahs Family— •Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mathahe are parents of a boy, born Monday. Mrs. Irene Studer is caring for mother and son. This is the third child, the others a girl and a boy. __ Son for the Leo Hanlf?s— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.' Leo Hanig, south of town, Saturday. Mrs. Anthony Johnson ifi eating for mother and baby. Other Wesley News. Friends here .have received word of the birth of a eon, Robert Av- OT, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Austin, of. Royal, where they manage the telephone exchange. Mrs. Austin, is Verneil, daughter of Mr. and •scarlet fever, is now out of quarantine. The Dale-Thompsons a recent supper 'party at the Simpson home near Britt. Mrs. Henry Bemis, Harris, S. D., went home Saturday, after a week at the home of her son Sim. There were no church service* here Sunday morning, because of the snowstorm and drifted roads. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis, Mr. and Mrs, Dale Thompson, and Mr, and Mrs. Lon Gov.ge attended a party at the Wilbur F^schner home, Wesley, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shepard, of Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson spent Friday evening at W. J. Green's. An old-time dance was well attended at the hall here Friday evening. Swanson's band furnished music. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Burt, spent Friday at Chester Fitch's. The men are brothers. •'•.-Mr.VvAnd-r.Mrs. .Herman- Wise spent Sunday at the John Voss home, near-Lu Verne, helping Mrs. Wise'*''mother, Mrs. -Voss, celebrate a birthday. The Fred Nearings were, Sun- City Hall in regular-session, Mayor Specht in. the chair. The councilmen present were Hawcott, Harris, Overmyer, White, and Hucnhold. Absent, Kohlhaas. The minutes of the laet meeting were read and approved. A cigarette license was granted to the Wilson Cafe. Motion carried that the city pay for the chauffeur's licenses for city employes. Ordinance No. 253 was passed. The following bills were allowed: < • • •' ' APPROPRIATING ORDINANCE NO. 471 J. W. Kelly, salary * 195.00 Leo Bellock, salary 140.00 F. C. Dailey, salary 35.00 F.-C.-Dailey,- salary 105.00 Tom Halpin, salary 135.00 Walter Gorman, salary _ 67.50 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Ray Barton, salary 130.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary. 130.00 Adah Carlson, salary 140.00 Harold Roth, labor 105.60 Ernst Thlel, labor 31.59 Mrs. Anna Sutton et al, labor Joe Kelly Jr., labor . Albert Hagg, labor and material Fulton Iron Works Co., 11.80 47.60 57.10 24.19 7.00 ONEY To Loan AUTOMOBILE IOAN8 BXTEEMELY LOW BATES MADE OH TOUR PRESENT CAB i will make you a liberal loan your car—pay off your pres- ' balance, advance you addi- aal cash and reduce your rments by extending them pr twelve to eighteen months. 3H LOANS MADE AT ONCE ENDOBSKBS OB SIGNEBS BEQUIBED ., courteous, prompt, and con- [fidential cash loan service. Call in person or write ESTERN CREDIT CO, low* Silver Wedding is Observed; Ledyard Ledyard, Feb. 1—Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Nitz celebrated thedr silver wedding Sunday at a family dinner at the Ralph Clark home at Lakota. The sons, daughter, and families attended: the Paul Nitz- es, and Loren Nitz. The Max Nitz- es also attended, Max having been best man at the original wedding. Mrs. Henry Blome, who was the bridesmaid, was unable to attend. In the afternoon there was open house and some 50 other relatives and friends called. There would have been many more bitf for bad roads and stormy weather. Out-of-town relatives were not able to get here, Mr. and Mrs. Nitz live on a farm four miles east of Ledyard, and Mr. Nitz, who Is ej stocktiuyer, also drives a school bus, M/s. Nitz has always been active in Farm Bureau work. Mrs. George Spangler, grand- day guests of Mrs. Nearing's par- daughter of Mrs. George Benner. ent's, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, Verna Kerrins, employed at Man- Britt, in honor of Mr. Glave's 55th kato, at the Wolcott home, spent birthday. the week-end here with her sister Isabel. Irma Ward, teacher at Rudd, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ward. Vernon Studer, with Mr. Erd- The Charles Strattons, Britt, spent Sunday with Mrs. Stratton's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders, Woden, spent Friday with Mrs. mdse. Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. __ Soeony Vacuum Oil Co., lubricating oil 328.48 Owatonna Tool Co., mdse. 6.42 Minneapolis - Honeywell Regulator Co., mdse. — 2.60 Electric Supply Co., mdse 330.00 Crone..Co., mdse. ., 6.50 Terry-Durin Co., mdse. __ 39.09 WestinghQuse Electric Supply, mdse. 158.70 Cowan & Cowan, mdee. _ Gen. Elec. Supply Corp., 5.84 2.04 mdse. W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mds,e. 6.52 Shell Petroleum Corp., gas, oil 996.74 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, gas, oil freight 654.20 Matt Farrott & Sons Co., Union Clare Winkle and Louis, Bode left Monday by bus for Excelsior SjrJBfS, ¥Pv wh«re tfcey are taping treatment for rheumatfenj. Mjs, Louje Bode entertained at nan, Corwith, spent the week-end it the Chicago international air show. Mrs. Studer accompanied hem as far as Des Moines, where ihe visited a sister. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease and Loren were Sunday guests of the Vtaurice Studers, Whlttemore. Mr. Studer's birthday anniversary this week Tuesday was celebrated. Gesina Schutter and Agnes Boy- B r entertained their L. 0. W. jrldge club at -Mrs. A. M. Leases last week Wednesday night, ana Prances Selmer won high. * Ida Young, Mason City, spent last week Thursday night here with her family and attended the fdremen's ball. . Mr. and Mrs. dtws peBoe.r got home Monday from tsro months m California with their married daughter Ann. , Fred A. Diekmann Jr., student at the A. ; I. B., Des Moines, spent the week-end with bis parents. supper Tuesday evening in honor of her son Dong's 'tenth birthday. Guests >ere feUl ^fcoo, chuma, Bobby! Holtzhauer, Harojd Bode, and George Krleps. Hinders' mother and grandmoth- r, Mrs. Drusie Noble and Mrs. Sarah Wise, ORDINANCE NO. 263 AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 191 OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Section One. That Ordinance No. 191 of the City of Algona, Iowa, entitled "An Ordinance Providing for Poll Tax and for Collection of Same" be and the same is hereby repealed. Section Two. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication as provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Co!uncU of the City of Algona Iowa, this 27th day of January 1938. *-.•. APAH CA»I£ON, City Clerk of the City o* M- gopa, lowft. Approved by me this 27tb daj 01 *ro» asm, . R ^^ : Mayor of the City of 4%pna !°*ft. mdse. N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service ______________ N. W. Bell Telephone Co., pole rent --------- ---Chicago Journal of Commerce, sub. ___________ Western Union, service Iowa State Bank, exch. — Ry Express Agency, express ............... , Cresco Union Electric Co., sign G. F. Towne, labor and • material A. H. Borchardt, mdse. „ Algona Laundry, laundry Treasurer of State, sales tax —-- 473.88 .60 10.09 15.52 80.50 3.75 8.22 1.71 5.76 1.96 36.86 2.50 7.62 L, A. Cqpp, adv. W. W. Sullivan, P. M., rent and) postage 80.76 H. W. Post, freight 83.54 Botsford- Lumber Co., Wdse. — 24.99 Kossuth Motor Co., re•pairs r- 7-37 Kohlhaas & Spillee, mdse. 2.24 Nelson Hdw., mdse. -6C g. D, James, mlse. „„„,. .77 Ed Hoieeek, rejura goad* 9.60 W. W. Sullivan, P, *. boad .„„„,„„„„.. ?844.9i CLEAN-UP WEEK at THE HUB CLOTHIERS To Give You the Greatest Opportunity You've Had in I ears- Every Item is an Extraordinary Value! * We Shut Our Eyes and Cut The "Gizzard" out of Prices On These Items Boy's $1.95 Grey Zipper Jackets, age 6 to 16 n.do Men's Grey Work Sox doz. $1 Men's Best Heavy Fleeced Union Suits n.oo You Can Carve Yourself A Slice of Bargains All Wool Mufflers ___3for$l Men's $1 grade heavy flannel Pajamas or night robes for Men's 65c-75c Silk Ties 2 for $ 1 Men's wool liner Mittens 15c Men's Winter Corduroy Oaps; fur in bands, all grades for Men's cotton flanel gloves 5c Men's Double Thick Golden Fleece Glove or Mitten, pr. 12c Men's $8.50, 40 inch Sheeplined Coats 5.95 8 inch Black Knit Shoes, all sizes 1.49 Men's Whipcord Boot Pants 1.00 AH men's $1.25, $1.50, and $1.65 lined dress Gloves * pair ' Barton's lOc size Black or Brown Shoe Polish 5c Red Kap Blue Gham- bray Work Shirts 49c Men's Wool Boot Sox -4 pair $1.00 Boys' heavy Blue Bib Overall 49c Men's Work Shoe Laces _ _ _ _2 pairs Ic Men's Sheeplined 36 inch Coats 3.75 Child's Nature Last Black Oxfords $l-$l-25 grades 69c Men's 2-buckle Work Rublbers, red or white sole, $1.45-$1.65 value 1.10 98c Boys' Heavy Flannel Pajamas, for All-Wool Ski Pants, $2.95 to $3.95 grades, sizes 2-4-8- $1 AA 9-10-12 at only —Jj 1>vv Men 's Fancy Dress Suspenders, 50c, 75c quality ---- Boys' Long Pants Suits, formerly sold at $6 and 7 CA $6.50, sizes 14-15-16-17-18 __ <** IU - Men's Brown Work Sweaters 69c Boy's 98c Winter Polo Shirts, long sleeves, Fancy Stripes _— All Men's 25c Fancy Press Sox, 6 pr, H.OO Thrifty, Bargain - Minded People Will Quickly Make A Dent In These _lll|ll__Ll — MU— — mn|IJUM.M ^^1^^ W^» ^»^P^ ^j& *ffF^Sff9l^£ ^{^^ ™(ff ^UnPF LEUTHOLD-WILUAMS »BYWOI4?8 ,...,_,„.

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