Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1938 · Page 7
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&Y 3, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PUZZLE: WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST FOR THE MORAL HERE? 'Cause of jsing of Algona •irl'. Husband. ly Nellie ft* IJowycr. iwood, 'Calif.;'' Jan. 17—The Of Edward Krftft> husband fdrmer • LUclle, ttfose, was Glendale,,Wednesday, Jan- J, with' btirial at'Sawtelle, i national soldiers' home is I. " \ , Kraft was a World war vet,1 years' old,' end had been rfect' 'health ( ittfynedlately D his 'sudden death. Ho at 2 o'clock ft, the night nplained of heartburn. Lu- nistered to him,' and they turned to bed. He half sat nst a plllo,w, then suddenly >r dead, * Though .a respir- lachine was'used he could revived. • 'Aft'autopsy re- that a Mood clot had form[ he aorta, 'the large artery | from the* heart. morles of "Annt Jen." ie Mclntyre,- Wadsworth L Algona,in 1867, and I had "her well^all the years. The itral schoolhouse was built ar. As double seats were ^ ten I sat With Jennie's • sister Maggie—two red- together J Lizzie Reed, af- •s Mrs. 'Horton, was our tirst party'at' the Mclntyre fas in' celebration of Mag- rithday. ' Generous refresh- Vere served, among them a Ilk pan of'candy and nuts. vernac'ular of* today, "Oh, liat a' treat!; 1 lers can, all' remember the ;her parties,, '^socials," and nes at "the Mclntyre homo the life of Mrfe. Mclntyro; erful fed" carpet in the arlor 1 ; ,'the square piano; fine' statues, of horses, i a shelf'made by Mr. Mc- who was, a , master tin- All of the family tinware de by hand;.arid the seams ird to keep clean. Sang in the Choir. [clntyre's 1 shop was at the ist' corner of .the house. Is death,that part was re- and was then occupied by S. LangdonsJ Mrs. Putsch, latter's daughter. Mr. and I were married at ae, had a ,room adjoining, irded with Mrs, Mclntyre mnie. They /*ere famous tnd many Algona families there at one ,time or an- At the time we here there, Jake Blossom and Milton rere other \ hoarders, also transients. ''Jake was very us, and so "was Mrs. Mc- Mclntyrei had fine linens •er which f she b had brought otland, arid- her girls were better j;han<,.any of the Igona girls. k -She made one — her homeland! sang m the Congrega- hoir many?'y«ars, and was when »I,Ibegan at 14. She n whaV.w.fls^known as the ord ''district,,,,; near Lu 15, miles'* froya town, and and forth in Wesley, Feb. 1—Chjldren sometimes pull some pretty fast ones. The following illustrative story has been circulated here—not mentioning names, but till three families concerned are known well to most Wesleyans. A yqung farmer with his 2-year-old son was getting his wagon ready for use. His nearest neighbor drove into the yard, and asked, "What are you going to do?" "Oh, I'm going to haul shelled corn." "Well, you'll sure as hell freeze the devil out of yourself, hauling shelled corn, as cold as it is today." In the course of the* day the corn was - brought to market, and on the young farmer's return that evening, his young son, never known by his mother to have heard swear-words, offered this shocking remark as ho was at the window, watching daddy: "My, Mamma, I bet daddy froze hell out of the debil today!" PAGE FIVB ^LOCALS iTimnilo Neville was at Fort Dodge Wednesday on a business mission. Fat Ciillen was a Sunday guest o£ relatives and friends at Em- meteburg. Sirs. Arthur Toblasoji, of Forest City, hfEd an operation at the General hospital Tuesday. •T. II. Chrlscliillcs, of the Cln-is- ihllles store, left Saturday on a buying trip to Chicago. Mrs. Ji. 0. Itaker has been confined to her 'bed for more than a week wl'th a severe cold. Druggist and Mrs. K. D. James went to Des Molnes last week Thursday on a business trip. !Tlie Jter. I). F. Watson, Sioux Mty, was, a Friday dinner guest of the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Bur- lived in Reno, Nev. Zelda Is one of Algona's most accomplished girls. Dan Long is Youtli. In 1867 the late Dan Long worked for my step-father and boarded at our bouse. He was hired to cut wood from my mother's timber lot, now owned by Archie Hutchison. I had just started to school, and I vas much excited over each day's experiences; and Mr. Long used to d to da. t E^P" she taught one ecljbolsiii pent llfe^f or Others. later! ^Ia r g^le ! '' l 'dled, and Jen- be* moth^iy'went away to ' Mr Bush- h thejwjdower, a w»£*s.i of _ case me unmercifully about red hair and talking so fast. my He iad a keen sense of humor, also brilliant mind, and had been .veil educated. A girl named Lizzie Lattimore worked for my mother. She was a ?ood housekeeper, was kind, and iad a soft voice. Dan fell in love with her, and they did their court- ng in the "front room" when the 'oiks were away. I used to tease them by listening through the chimney hole in the floor, married and went to live They in a Mr. Bush the four , the 'youngest a baby, now it Hotfija'ajter. ' The family ino tp lAl£ona, and all lived Mcjntyrejfhome. After the f ^tsfffMcIntyre, Jennie Buil)iieir',were married Idren • * called her "Aunt ad the, affectionate name 'rtjie children's hV whole town ays strenuously ijd "Aunt Jen' ' Mr. Bushnel d to care fb.i till they in the Mr. happily '-' he became Ten" cared for 'She had since She once told |he wanted in •fyis chair. Her Jing for others, llossoms. [there, Sid and jona in the late [ucted a butter -in a two-story h used to stand P. & P. depot. Ltheir nephew, of 17, to be tnd he received magnificent louse south of the present Algona lotel. When the first baby was jorn my sister Libbie and I were thrilled to go and see the baby. -While Dan was still fit our liouse he and Joe Phillips started Lhe first Algona brick kiln, near .he cemetery. For many years the Phillips family lived in the only house in that part of town. Dan and his wife later moved to his little farm across the river, on the road (built later) long known as the Dan Long road. It was then that he formed the habit which retarded his progress. Dan Was Great Reader. I have been told that Dan read all the best books in the ,Algona library. A few years ago a man oame back to Algona and went out to see his old friend Dan, taking along what'he' considered-a choice bottle of bourbon, but on offering it to Dan, the latter said he didn't want it; that once he was sitting and musing on his porch, and he said to himself, "Now, Dan, if you don't stop drinking you will become a drunkard," and that he hadn't drunk anything since. All' of his friends will be glad to knowthat: He was his own worst enemy. '• I have had word that Mrs. Char-, lie Cohenour is very low.- She hast been an invalid for'4% years. Mrs. Cohenour was a Bancroft girl and was the "first wife of the late Dr. W. E. H. Morse, gess. Mildred Urandoiv, Crcsco towiir ship, spent the wek-end with Mildred Rich, of the W. C. Dewet home. Mrs. Elizabeth Fostrc, Primghar, teacher, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. .. . .* George IJosrtvell, owner of the Algona laundry, the former Kirsch laundry, made a business trip to Bancroft Monday. 3Ir. and Mrs. Fred Jacob were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jacob's parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf Lotts Creek. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Akre left Sunday for Iowa City to begin a liberal arts course in the state university. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woole, Belmond, .were Monday guests at the Louis Lynk home. The Wooles are Mrs. Lynk's parents. Mr. and Mrs. , Kenneth "Cowan, the newlyweds, got home Monday from Chicago, where they had been on a honeymoon trip. M. ,T. Pool,-of the Botsford lumber yard, went to > Des Moinos Wednesday (yesterday) to attend a state lumbermen's convention. Mrs. Em ma Taylor, of Dawson, Minn., and her son Oswald came Tuesday for a few days with the former's sister, Mrs. C. C. Wright. Kuth Black, primary teacher at Mallard, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, farmers southeast of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit and the little son Michael were Sunday guests of Mrs. Streit's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan, Emmetsburg. The Walter Meyers were Sunday, guests of Mrs. Meyer's mother, Mrs. Kate Schneider, Garnham- ville. Mrs. Schneider nas been sick. Spring vacation for Algona public school children this year a representative of the Summers company, of St. I-'aul. Mrs. L. M. Skoglnnd, Webster City, spent the week-end at the R. E. Kain home. Mr. Skoglund Is a basketball coach at> Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Skoglund and Alice Kain attended college together at DeKalb, 111. Frances Duffy and Irene McDonnell spent the week-end at Whittemore with their respective parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dufy and Mrs. Tom McDonnell. Frances is employed a the courthouse, Mesdames T. H. Chrischilles, J. i. Bonar, H. M, Smith, W." A. Lorenz, L. E. Linnan, Marguerite Kenefick, and Helen Dingley were dinner guests of Gertrude Flemming and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Don Flemming, at Forest City Wednesday evening. Mildred Dole, irvington, helped Mrs. Casey Loss at the sheriff's of the week at the W. P. French lome while .the Frenches were at Des Moines on a business mission. The sheriff and Mrs. Loss were Doarding 15 prisoners .last week. Dorlys Knndson, Des Moines, spent the week-end at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris begin Friday, March 25, and will end April 4. The semester ended January 15. "Kiid" Zender and Gail Potter were dinner guests last week Sunday of the former's sister, Mrs. Paul" Hamill, and her husband, Mason City. Giistio Patterson and .her sister Matilda Germann, the latter of Des Moines, spent Sunday at Whitte- lore with another sister, Mrs. Vlartin Eischeid. . Katherlne Powers, Lakota, a: Beulah Loss, Ledyard, attendee he basketball tournament hure Thursday,and Friday and visited he R. E. Kains. m ;h. The Bios- ted a fand H. similar C. Ad[ nian,worked for narried Carrie girl, and Cordingley, jllivan. Sid was |jrs a well known Jt was a coinci- pid "Aunt Jen" land at the same Australia. iher is prolong- gtralia. She has a printing, ublishing house, yertising depart- ipoken ten times pjects pertaining has sold three rices, and wrote |magazine called &11 this she has |he editorship of ailed The Beau- wrote that it is astralia and the flow- iorseba,ck-ridJng Zelda was a rider when she Livermore Section Foreman in Change To a Bode Section Liyermore, Feb. 1—Lee Eeors has accepted the railroad section at Bode, and he .began work Tuesday as foreman. He came to Livermore in 1911 and lived here several years before going to Larchwood, where he served as foreman, ." From there he was trans- erred to Ellsworth, Minn., where IB worked in the,same capacity 12 yeras. On return, to Liverrnore he was employed on the local .section. Six weeks ago he was called to Clear Lake, S. D., to aervs tenir porarily as foreman. The foreman at Bode, Emory Bevard, was transferred to the Graettinger section. The Beers family will move to Bode as soon as a house can be obtained. +*. Party from Fenton in Minnesota Trip Fenton, Feb. 1—Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson, son Merrildean, daughter Lila Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson returned Monday from Thompson, where they had visited the Otto Hanson son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Hagg. From Thompson the Haags accompanied the Hansons to Brlcelyn, Minn., to visit Otto's aged father, Martin Hanson. Otto Hanson suffered an infection there in one of his legs, so the par came home sooner than they planned. een, and Weldon Green, all of. Sheldon, were over-night guests ast week Monday at the Rev. F. !. Burgess parsonage. Mr. and Sirs. John Foth and the atter's mother, Mrs. Lenore Peck, tvere dinner guests last week Sun- lay'of the A. T. Foths, Lone-Rock. John and A. T, are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacob, Aus,in, Minn., visited the former's )rother ' Fred here Friday. Fred las the Coffee Shop, across the street east frmo the courthouse. Mrs. A. II. Uhlendorf will, leave Sunday for her home at Chicago. She has been visiting here at the Dennis Goeders home for several veeks. Mrs. Goeders Is : her daugh- ,er. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ejaughan, Corwith, and their daughter Patty vere Algona shoppers .Tuesday, and they called on Mrs. Daughan's >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bay- Farmwife Sprains Back in Bad Fall Irvington, Feb. 1—Mrs. R. J. Skilling Is recovering from a seriously sprained back which kept her confined to .bed several days last week. She was carrying her grandson, Murry Bagur, when she fell, but managed to protect him. It was at first feared that hev back was broken, but a physician found only a severe sprain. Mrs. Bagur, whose home is at Ashland, Ky., and her young son are spending a few fyeeks with the Sktll- ings. '' . »— ^~ THE »EV. AND Mrs, Geo. C Vaace became parents .of a boy Monday. . They n,ow haye two softs and a daugb'ter. man went to Chicago Monday to attend a United Methodist Council which is observing the 200th anniversary of Methodism at the Stevens hotel. About 4000 delegates were to be there. The Rev. F. E. Burgess pastor of the Methodist church here, left Wednesday morning to attend the Council. Mr. Burgess will be back Saturday. Sirs. Merle Grlgss telephoned her father, Dr. A. L. Rist, that her husband, Merle, who Is at the Mayo clinic, Rochester, where he was taken Friday, in an ambulance, suffering groat' stomach pains,' is perature. They went down vial St. Joseph, Mo., and came back through Topeka and Omaha. They visited Henry Baas at Winfield, Kans., and saw oil wells In Oklahoma. Mr. Von Bank says the weather down there beats Iowa's, but he is still strong for the Hawkeye state as a place to make a living. Former Plum Creek Woman in Accident Irvington Feb. 1 Mrs, Ray Fitch went to Britt Saturday for now resting fairly well. He is ur.-'the day with her aged mother, dergoing a series of examinations Mrs. Chas. E. Clark, one of whose and tests, but the cause of pains hands had been caught in a wash- is yet undetermined. Mr. GriggsMng machine wringer a week ago sister Beulah came from Minneap- j Monday, while, doing her washing. oils to care for the Griggs baby,! Warren, here, Irnia Oroinor left Monday for Big Stone City, S. D. Her brother Mrs. Ben Potter, Algona, another daughter, also spent a day lant week with Mrs. Clark, whose hand was giving her much pain. The Stanley took her to Mason City, Claries were once Plum Creek where she took train to Minneapo- farmers, lis, where she was a guest briefly of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bears. Mr. Bears formerly lived here, and was employed at the Swift plant. home Tuesday, and spent the rest From there she went to Ortonville, Minn., where she was met by relatives who took her to the Frank Matheis home at Big Stone City, where she is making a visit. Mr. Matheis is her half-brother. . The Hoy Cliristeiiseiis moved from Graettinger last- week-end into the P. J. Christonscn homo Knutson. She has accepted ai liei ' e - a "d will be there while the Mrs. L. Propst, daughter Kath- mates. new position, and will begin work Tuesday for the Interstate Commerce Commission. She is a 1934 graduate of the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe spent the week-end at West Union, their old home, whore they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Traeger. Mrs. Traeger is a brother 'of Mrs. Pratt. En .route home they at:ended a Westinghouse meeting at Watoloo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Simonsen, Jraettinger, and their daughter Roberta were Sunday guests of VIrs. Simonsen's sisters, Mrs. Dick Sorensen and Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Elizabeth. MorUin, mother of the ;hree women, accompanied the Si- monsens home, after two weeks here with the Sorensens. Floyd Morris, who had been at the state university hospital three weeks for medical treatment, came home Tuesday. He is in the employ here of the Bell telephone company, taking the place of Thos. Link, who was lately transferred to another point. The Morrises came from Mason. City. Clarence Stewart, and Woodrow Cook, and Glen and Jerome Noil- sen went to Fort Dodge Friday evening to attend a . wrestling match held between Clarion and Fort Dodge. Coach Ridenour here took down the entire wreslltn? team from Algona for observation of the tactics of <;t,her wrestlers. K. G. Ilicliardson went to Rochester Sunday to get his wife, who had undergone an operation there on the left eye to remove a tumor. They came home Monday. The doctors anticipate no further! trouble, and it will not be necessary for Mrs. Richardson to return to Rochester for a check-up. Mrs. Zeno Bass, Strahn, and her daughter Hose Anne, with Gleda Coppersmith, all of What Cheer, came Friday for the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mrs. Bass is Mrs. Roberts' mother. The girls,-Rose Anne and Gleda, are students at Drake university, Des Moines, where they are room- Attend Waterloo Funeral. Fenton, Feb. 1—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel, Fenton, and Mrs. CVirrie Haase, Algona, drove to Waterloo Saturday to attend the funeral of August Widdel, 72, uncle of Walter and Mrs. Haase. All returned the same day. couple last named are spending a couple of months in Arizona for Mr. Christensen's health. Roy will spend part of his time, hero, and j part at Graettingor, where no has a Gamble store. Word from the P. J. Christensens reported they were making good time and that the weather was getting warmer the farther south they get. The last word was received from Oklahoma. They left here Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bank, nera West Bend, and their driver, Clem Crahan, lately returned from Coffeyville, Kans., where the Von Banks visited their daughter and the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Woc-drow Gordon, two weeks. The Von Banks traveled 1600 miles and report a fine trip, with the weather at GO' to 70 degree in tern- G&B Special A satisfying smoke for the particular smoker. Let the flavor and aroma be your guide •—and the G. & B. Special will be your favorite cigar. The cigar made by men who know how. Dr. Vf. I). Andrews spent last week from Monday till Thursday at Kirksville, Mo, 'vhere h9 attend ed a surgery clinic at the Laughin, hospital. Thence he returned as far as Des Moines, where h'e attended another surgery clinic at .he General' hospital. Doctor Andrews is the heal .surgeon o.t the ocal General hosi^'ai. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rector, of Clarion, and their son . Harold were Wednesday guests of the Walter Robert family. Mr. Rector s the game warden anc} was formerly a pupil of Mr. Roberts, who" was once superintendent of the Troy schools. Mr. Roberts is now, a .farm supervisor for the local Metropolitan Insurance company Branch. . The Kev. and Mrs. W, G. Muhle- or. Mrs. J. C. Skow, son, Joseph, Wilkins, and L. M. the latter two from Harold Barnwart, and Lois Colwell were among persons- here who attended a' Presbyterion ral- y at Burt last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Bichard A'uiulcrlinden and her baby son, Wayne Joseph, were aken home from the General hospital. Monday. Mr. Vanderlinden s employed by L, F, Rice, the baker. Florence Delinert left Saturday night for Baltimore, Md., where she will be bookkeeper in a social security office. She is the daughter of .William Dehnert, of the European hotel. Josephine Buhlhnuser, her brother Paul, Gordon Kollasch, and Seorge Stewart spent Sunday at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, parents of Josephine and Paul. Mrs. Chet K. Williams, Mrs. Christensen, Estherville, left Sunday for Chicago, where they are buying goods for the Christensen stores. Mrs. Florence liyvauk and her mother, Mrs. Jos. Siemer, both of Osage,- came last week Sunday for a few days with the former's daughter, Mrs, Kenneth Knutson, who is office nurse for Dr. M. G. Bourne. B, B, Hutzell got back Friday from Davenport, where he had attended a, McCormlck-Deerfng store managers' meeting since the Tuesday before. Mr. Hutzell made a trip through' the Rock Island Farm-All works. Mrs, Lee Slllliaau, Tulsa, Oklu., the former Helen Vinson, came last Thursday to attend the funeral of her -brother, Howard %'ln- son. She left Sunday • for home. While' here she was a guest of Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Mr, and Mrs, W. E. Hawcott and Jack Hilton went to Minneapolis JMday, and returned Tuesday. They bought goods for the Hawcott and Ogg store. Mr. Hilton is Algona vs Humboldt HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Friday, February 4 Second team game begins at 7:30, and game at 8:30. first team Humboldt is now leading the North Central Conference and Algona can tie with them if the locals win. Admission, 25c and 20c. IOWA. WEDNES. THRU. SATUR. FEBRUARY 2-5 2 Features, 21c If .kkWILLUM BOVD GEORGE HAVES Russell HAYDEN Judith AUEH Now Showing—Mae West in 'Every Day's a Holiday' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5 JOHN BARRYMORE in "NIGHT CLUB SCANDAL" SUNDAY AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6 AND 7 If vou enjoyed "Wells Fargo" — then plan to see this one, with nine of the funniest, hombres that ever cracked a smile. Second JACK HOLT —in— "UNDER SUSPICION" FEBRUARY 6-7 2nd Feature «SOME BLONDES ARE Cliff Edwards, Raymond Hattou, Bruce Cabot, Noali Beery in tlie «ast Extra Special Added Attraction a Basketball (Same—Professional —in— "BALL /JOSSERS" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDRY, FEBRUARY 8 and 9 Matinee I o'clock, continuous PHIL REGAN, ANN DVORAK, GENE AUTRY > CAB CALLOWAY, LOUIS PRIMA, TED LEWIS BANDS —in— •-•: : "MANHATTAN MERRY GO ROUND*' Pictorial G,ang Comedy Jfews Hood's IGA Store Specials FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY February 4, 5 and 7 Algona, Iowa FREE DELIVERY • 4 TRIPS DAILY PHONE 355 COFFEE Blue G23c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 8-oz. can CORN, WHITE, No. 2 cans CORN FLAKES, large IGA WHEAT PUFFS, Gold Toast, 1'gc CREAM CEREAL, IGA, reg. pkg. -- 3 for 25c -_ 3 for25c 2 pkgs. 18c 2 pkgs. 18c 15c PRUNES New California Lb. 5c MACARONI, Carol cut, 8-oz. pkg. ___ 2 for 9c SPAGHETTI, Carol cut, 8-oz. pkg. ___ 2 for 9c COCOA, IGA, y z 11). l, ox _______ ______ g c COCOA, IGA, 1-Ib. box _____________ ._ 12c IVORY SOAP, 1 large and 1 med. __ Both 16c Omar Flour 9 Wheaties lie DES'RT POWDER, all flavors, IGA 4 pkgs. 18c DUTCH CLEANSER, chases dirt 2 boxes 15c RAISINS, Thompson seedless __2 lb. pkg. 15c PRUNES, large size 3 1 DS . 21c Raisins Thompson Seedles wLbs. 3 Lbs. 2 I C SALT, round boxes IGA 2 boxes 15c T&G SOAP, jumbo bars 10 bars 35c COOKIES, plain and fancy mix 1 lb. 19c SUGAR, granulated 10 Ibs. 53c NAYY BEANS 5 Ibs. 25c Oranges Sunkist Navels large size Doz. 23c Grapefruit Texas Seedless large size Doz. 25c Lettuce Large solid heads 2 for 1 3C Carrots buncL_ r !!_ 5c APPLES, Winesap ov Roman Beauty, full bu. 1.29 FREE COOKIES Phone your order for early Saturday delivery on Friday nights. We will be able to give you better service and better merchandise. Phone orders taken up till 9 p. m. : With .every order taken Friday night we will include a bag of fresh cookies FREE. Call 355. QUALITY CORN FED BEEF & PORK Choice Fancy BEEF ROAST Lb, 16c Pork LOIN OR RIB END ROAST L-b, 15c SIRLOIN OR T-BONE STEAK Lb, 19c 5 Lbs., 89c PICNIC HAMS, just out of the smoke __ Lb. 14c 100% 01U oe GROUND BEEF ^ IDS. <S5c OYSTERS, solid pack Qt. 43c PORK STEAK Lb. 16c CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 19c PORK LIVER _3 Ibs. 25c SLICED HALIBUT Lb, 27c FRESH HERRING Lb. 9c WHOLE OR HALF BACON, sugar cured. Lb., 19c HINDQUARTERS OF BEEF Lb. 15c PURE LARD 4 pounds 39® Save on your Hybrid Seed Corn Iowa 931 and other strains suitable for your locality. Leave your orders at our of Bee or with our representative MR, L, M. OWEN Anderson Grain & Coal Co, Phone 3Q8 <-,'.*> ,-.^il*^

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