Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1938 · Page 10
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TEN KQ9STJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA _ THURSDAY had defeated Gruver only once. In the last quarter the Armstrong forward connected with the hoop in a spectacular performance to win, 41-36. The Gruver gym was overly crowded for this game, fans from many points gathering to see the two battle it out. Armsrong show' " and wonder.-- , for Gruver, made 20 points, and Miller and Mixell paced the winners with 16 each. ed good team-work ful passing. Bush, LEDYARD GIRLS WIN SECTIONAL ATGRUVERGYM Come From Behind to Snatch Victory by Single Point. Armstrong, Feb. 22—The Ledyard girls won a sectional tournament at Gruver Center township , - , -.. ^..,..-, llu ,,s Saturday evening by defeating! Ied > • 1 ' t - fl . at the half, but in the Graettinger, 37-36, in a thrilling ! last Quarter Graettinger obtained final. Ledyard led, 25-15, at the I* 8 °nly lead and held it to win, naif, but in the last few minutes 136-31. Luchsinger, Graettinger's Graettinger took the lead, 36-35,[forward, conected for 28 points, which made things look hopeless 'while Miller collected 22 for Arm- for Ledyard; but the courageous j strong. North Enders intercepted the ball I The second game was another when Geneva Gelhaus, Ledyard I thrilling battle Ledyard having f*fi r\t\ n'n f\t-.,t *?„,..„ 3 ! _- .. _i_ i -it__» - - An International Harvester meeting in the "fourth block" was held at the Hotel Algona Tuesday. There are 13 counties In the four blocks, and McCormlck-Deerlng dealers In that territory attended. Dinner was served at noon, after which a business meeting was held till 5:30. Manager M. C. Law_. son, his assistant, George Murnan, •* ,,£ Cr , raetti »S er sextette found and the credit manager, 0. A. it difficult to dispose of Haifa, but Stageberg, all of Mason City, gave rlTIJl.l IV writi .xfl_9£ T .it Mi a In rv«« «» . <• T»__ » T __ 1 _. i _ _ •» r , finally won, 36-26. Luchsinger, of Graettinger, made 20 points, and Olson, Haifa, made 15. Friday evening found four evenly matched teams taking the floor. The first game was Armstrong's till the last quarter. Armstrong captlan and toward, was momen- tarly left unguarded and sank a field goal which cinched the game. The rest of the Ledyard line-up was Lloyd, Gabel, Olson, Barnes, Halvorson and Zielske. The Graettinger lineup was, captian, singer, Ericson, Robinson, Weir, Sandvig, Hanson, Johnson, and Fink. The flashy Armstrong sextette much hard luck at shooting. Seneca led, 16-13, at the half, and period the game was pretty well tied most of the time. Ledyard finally won in nip and tuck contest. 36-35. •Saturday evening Armstrong fairly walked away from Seneca to win consolation honors, 41-14, talks. Ray Hughes, also Mason City, presented a movie film on corn planters. Carl F. Krug, 52, former Algo- nian, died suddenly at his home at Waverly last week Thursday. The cause of death was an embolism. Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church, Waverly, and burial was made in the E. Linwood cemetery at Boone. Surviving are the widow and three sons, also brothers and sisters. Kossuth county leads all other Iowa counties and ranks 14 among counties in the United States in Sideswipe at Waste in Missouri [KnoxTlllc Express, Dem.] One can hardly believe it here, in a land more or less approximating to plenty and where we allow republicans to cat of the best if they can get it. But down in Mis- B. B. Boys to Play notified that the petition of the plaintiff * in the above entitled cause Is now on file in the office of I the Clerk of the District Court of 'Kossuth county, Iowa, sourl, in Poplar Bluff, the young ™ ms tnls year'and has a strong republican club of Butler county I chance to win Class A honors. Alia ,n>.«nnHno> fn linlrl n linnnllot gOUa liaS CntCrCd ft nossucn county, lowti, CIUIUIIUB The high school basketball team!that the plaintiff Is the absolute goes to Llvermore Saturday to and unqualified owner in fee slm- play the .winner of a Clarlon-Liv- ermore game In a sectional tournament. Algona has beaten both teams this year'and has a strong for the tuornarhent Is preparing to hold a banquet K° n * ' las entered t Friday night of next week, and tho district basketball tuornament principal food product Is to be hcre if the locals wm In the soc ' 7,500 pounds of potatoes dumped tlonnl into the river by Surplus Com niodlty Corporation officials as un- Foot Infection Operation. William Richmond was operated fit for human food. The rcpub- wmium jviumuuiiu W«H uiitiicimu licans fished them out of the stag- on at the Kossuth hospital Tues- nant water and will use them. The,day morning for Infection of the state supervisor of surplus com-jgoot growing out of an Injury he modltlos says there Is some clan- suffered some years ago. Ho Is a ger of persons who eat the culled brother of Mrs. Sylvia Lanning, potatoes becoming sick, but the ro- and ho moved to Algona a year publicans of Butler county think I ago, but has not been employed they will not be any sicker after • the banquet than they have been for the past five years , -, , counes n e ne aes never gave up, but in the final number of horse and mule colts jine uasny Armstrong sextette i-uiisuiauon nonors, <I-.H, opened the sectional tournament f ' aftft th, Peterson, and Irmiter, Wednesday evening by downing f " tl "" •*-'•""•'— ' •— • Bancroft, 36-18. Mixell, Armstrong taking defensive honors for Armstrong. After the final game Supt. led her mates with 14 points, and H - °- M! "er, of Gruver, presented Alice Bratlund led the losers with ! r ? ntftil1 ' Gelhaus, Ledyard, team ° with the sectional championship 8. The second game was another lop-sided affair, Gruver winning from Doliver, 65-10. Bush led Gruver with 20 points, while Rowe, and E. M. Anderson played a good defensive game. The Seneca girls had an easy time disposing of Ringsted, 33-1!). Harriet Olson paced the winners with 13 points. A Maple Hill-Superior game was the best game of the evening, Maple Hill finally eeking out a 2825 victory. Thursday evening Ledyard got- off ! to a good start by trouncing Lone Rock, 61-40. Gelhaus and Lloyd led the winners with 25 points each, while Pettit, Lone Rock, connected for 17. In a sec- according to a recent governmem bulletin. There are 2,046 horse colts and 25 mule colts under two years, or a total of 2,071, in the county. trophy. Seeks n State Office. Mrs. Raymond P. Conner, wife of the publisher of the Denison Review, has announced candidacy Ribs Broken In Fall. Whlttemore, Feb. 22— Joseph BIsenius fell on ice in his back yard last week Tuesday and suffered two broken ribs. Being 88, he suffered severe shock from which he has not yet recovered. for the republican nomination for °, f the New Dea1 ' in fact man y of secretary of state. Of interest to tllem are now as str °ngly against secretary of state. Of interest to Kossuth oldsters is that her husband is the son of the late J. P. Conner, who for a few terms was the old Tenth District, of which a congressman from the old Tenth district, of which Kossuth was a MAYBE HE DOESN'T LIKE THE NEW J)KAL [Traer Star-Clipper.] Not all farmers are worshippers of the New Deal, in fact many of part. -»- them . . .. „— defensive and Florence Jensen led with 18 points. An Armstrong-Gruver game was i the most spectacular ball-handling game of the tournament, with the Armstrong sextette spilling the dope-bucket by trouncing the Gru- Tjiithpran Pastors Meet Here. Missouri Synod Lutheran p f the Algona circuit [Monday at the local Trinity Luth- T*nte/.h i eran church to discuss The Call of "™7 tho Cross °f Christ. The Rev. R. it as they were for it a few years ago. Perry Overturf, of Elberon, evidently has no time for the present administration. He sent a dollar for a ticket to the Dickinson meeting in Traer last week. He wrote: "Here is $1 for the Lincoln dinner. Do not reserve a seat for me as I can not be there, but here's hoping it will help to oust most dangerous outfit that do.to „.»•« ,_. . ^,*j*., UL V-.llll.OL. J.11C -tXU V • J.Vt g n,™' IW - Kabelitz, Fenton, led, and the Rev. H. D. Stahmer, Fairville t presided. Twelve pastors attended. Wrecks IVashhonse. Lone Rock, Feb. 22 — Firemen were called to Hugh Walsh's, just verites, who had been expected to j nortl1 ° r to «'n, Monday, when a win that meet. Armstrong sex . | washhouse caught fire from an -- - 'unknown source. The building was saved, but much damage was tette got off to a good lead and held a 28-16 lead at the half. After the half the Gruver forwards, tried crashing through the strong Armstrong defensive Irmiter, Pet- j erson, and Caboth guards but were stopped. These two teams nourished a done. Fenton Man Critically Sick. Fenton, Feb. 2—Herman Huskamp, who was taken to an Es- therv'ille hospital ten days ago, „„,,, ,, _ , ••. i"ci VIIIK jiuoiJiLiii ma uays ago. grudge, for Gruver had snatched suffering from blood poisoning is two victories from Armstrong by still in a critical condUion ie has narrow margins, while Amstrong been given, two bloodTransfusions Sage Advice for Democrats [KnoxTllle Express, Dem.] What is the matter with Senator Gillette—or is anything the matter with him? >He is a bright man, a farmer, and able to hold his own in any company. The Express is not in favor of putting the brand of Cain on a man like that, even i at some time he has differed fron some of the ideas of the adminis tration. There is no particular usi of electing senators and represen tatives if they must at all times- agree in every point with the chie executive. The president hlmsel would not require that. Men who follow the principles of Jefferson and Jackson and Woodrow Wilson will naturally differ at times in minor details of applying those principles to conditions as they arise. The opposition to the democratic party has made and is still making a big effort to make democrats dissatisfied with each other and democrats should bear this in mind, since coming here. OllTGIXAL 3VOTICK Equity No In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth term, 1938. county. March City of Algona, Iowa, a Municipal 'Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Aubrey pie of the following described property, to-wlt: West Half (w%) of Lot (12) and tho West Half (W%) of the East sixteen rods of Lot Thirteen (13) and the North Half (N^) of the West Half (WV6) of the East sixteen rods of Lot Fourteen (14), all in Block Five (5) of Auditor's Plat of Reservation No. One (1) of the original plat of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, the plaintiff is credibly —....„,„ and believes that the defendants make some claim adverse to the title of the plaintiff in said property and that the said unknown claimants to said premises claim some Interest in or to the said real estate as the plaintiff Is informed and believes but that the plaintiff has no knowledge or Information and does not know how said Interest as claimed by said unknown claimants was derived or claimed to have been derived or the method of obtaining the same and 'the plaintiff avers therein that Waterhouse and Mrs.' the names and residences of the Aubrey Waterhouse, his wife; unknown persons are unknown to plaintiff and that plaintiff has WALL MAP OF KOSSUTH county showing land ownership, acreage, dratns, maps, rivers, etc., with each plat book at the Advance Vot sold separately. Price, $3 plus sales tax. Send cash with mail orders. otf NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILT, No. 4360. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, January term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Ella I. Lewis, deceased, dated of November, 1933, this day filed, »«»+»»»»««««»••»»*»»»»»• BLANK NOTES 25—in Pad—25c —Also— Chattel Mtg. Notes AdTance Pub. Co. FOR SALE—SOME GOOD young horses.—Roy McVuy, phone 701. 10p23 FOR SALE—ONE SPAN MULES. —G. W. Patterson, Burt, la. - IF YOUR tires show uneven wear, drive in for test. It might save you expense and trouble.—Kossuth Motor Co. 22(2)23 SANDWICHES — WE SPECIAL- ize in sandwiches. Our hot meat ,1*1. — -•• « fc»* *iu l, JLllCtlL 10u23-24 sandw iches are nourishing and Algonquin pm? OAT!-- ,TT, --- - ' -- ! satisfying. FOR SALE— ALFALFA AND clov- ery. er hay. Lowest prices.— Ray Me- - -- — — Shorter, Burt. llp23-24 WINTER LUBRICATION — Light Confection- 14 CM 23 WANTED-TO HEAR FROM own er of farm for sale.—Wm Hawley, Baldwin, \Vi.s. 12p 23 WANTED—FARM JOB FOR MAR- ried man. Experienced in farming and dairying.—Ruben Krueger. oils and greases for cold-weather driving. Drive in for quick service.—Vic's Service Station. 18(2)23 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE- election as supervisor in the 2nd district on the democratic ticket at he June primaries. Your support and vote will be appreciated. W E. McDonald. 29u22-25 the 15th day having been _.., opened, and read, Tuesday, the 22nd day of March, 1938, is' fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 19, 1938. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Attorneys. 23-25 Geraldine L. Maltzahn, formerly Geraldine Waterhouse, and Mr. Maltzahn, her husband; and all unknown claimants, and all persons unknown claiming any right, title or interest In and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: West Half (W%) of Lot Twelve (12) and the West Half (W%) of the East sixteen rods of Lot Thirteen (13) and the North Half (N%) of the West Half (W%) of the East sixteen rods of Lot Fourteen (14), all in Block Five (5) of Auditor's Plat of Reservation No. 1 of the original plat of Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa; and all the heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees and beneficiaries of each and all of the above named defendants, Defendants. To the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby thereof or atty color of right, title [or to or, interest therein nhd that the plaintiff and its Immediate gritnt- ora have been In the sole, com- topped f *" plete, open, notorious, actual and ing, O i pi.'" 1 ' imrH.imitnrl adverse possession nt ini^..... .""In f %. to undisputed adverse possession at interest i!" the said'premises for more than'or any m. ten years last past under color and plaintiff V claim of title and ownership therein •„" thereof and have been tho undis-,i c to tho p'uted and unqualified owners establish.7 thereof for over ten years, and n, 0 ,,,,' u '' a "'l , .that by reason thereof and of the and rum, av ' lapse of time and the Inches of tfcc ,n,o coin °' defendants In falling to assert any j,, st jn ,, nn ? _ __ I .1_,1 _1nl«* iVt.*««lA «M>1 !„ , "UK" . ftMfof if n pretended claim thereto and in; \ "" 1 1( ™ permitting valuable Improvements , to bo made thereon relying upon ,, ""'"mi »n such possession and ownership, hn r *'' ( ,' ( ,"" 1 <1;i .v o|i> the defendants arc-estopped frorti ',, , K ""• March,] ._.._»!»» nmr 1-ltrVlt lltlo r>1n!rvi r>,. S <>>" ''"lilt wKi.l! asserting any right, title, claim or }{ Interest therein adverse to the ° plaintiff. The plaintiff in snld pe- pa. - tltlon prays for the establishment " *V lr< ' h ' tCrCll ''""nty. [,, wa lr< ' tition prays lor the establishment "• "•"»», w,s, ^ i of its estate and title against the !;„, . <l « ili "Kt you . l adverse claims of the defendants ft nti iincroo rf , m ] cr( . and that each and all of them and <= or< •""'<• with u, c ' all unknown claimants and all. peimon persona unknown having or claim-1 Ing any right, title or interest "in 23-2G IT IS DANGEROUS .'t is <lancrerous to sell a SUBSTITUTE for 6CC just to make three or four cents more. Customers are •our best assets; lose them and r on lose your business. CC6 is vorth three or four times as much as a SUBSTITUTE. sought diligently to learn the same and you are referred to said petition for a more particular statement thereof. The plaintiff in saidi petition states that none of the said defendants or unknown claimants have in fact any right, title, or interest in or to the above described premises or any part Party At the Academy Hall MONDAY EVENING February 28 8 O'clock Cards, Lunch, and Dance Mesiwi As 'has selecte i, Melboun •, as Iowa ^V^tlJolsteln ch A OUlloyd Bode, ^» 1, as state in 'club be Ig Bode e .. rork in "19 N 'ilne I) ever alnce BLACK NAVY COLORS JFU Perch this breton on side of your curls, tari'l strap under yourtLL and look as young aj(| favorite child actrewu i <• Chrischilles EVERY BUSINESS MAN, DOC- tor, lawyer, merchant, should have one of the new Advance plai books. Each township, with land shown in detail. otf FOR SALE—TEAM GELDINGS coming 3; gelding -and mare coming 4; also some registered Percheron mares, one good 4- wheel trailer. — v. J. Gross, one mile north, 2 east Lone Rock. 29p23-25 ENJOY AUTOMATIC HEAT with your present furnace. We have the information for you. Phone 83, --- _ SEVERAL, SPLENDID -MrvOO L ' 1X:I Jlii>Jl llltlLHJU - Hp - i j Geo. Holtzbauer. V \LUES j furnaces Green Colonial 20-23 ••*'*••'-' »-»i-JLJll(O »-U~^O JUHt P.1.st Of Wesley I will nnil I ~~ detaite.-L. r. Stuart! Cl«ir £ke I L ^ T ~^ , BII ^FOLD IN THE ISp^'il Now Cal1 Theater Sunday night. l}'ftluable papers in it; $5 reward FOR SALE-USED BATTERY and electric radios, all reconditioned and m A-l shape; new tubes installed, defective parts replaced. Priced to sell quick. We trade. Terms to suit. All popular brands. — Inoinas Radio Service ton, la. ~ . ,1 -"•««•-•"- Hmjcia in ic; $0 rewaru FOR SALE—IF you want I Marked W. B. Mulverhill, Lakota. to .sell a farm Advance readers i 19p23 will bo interested. Use a tor-sale ' " *»'• tf : EXPE RT WATCH SERVICE— TTTT^iT^TTTT-r— Regular inspection will a dd L,IVKSIO<K FOR SALE — THE | years of service to your watch quick, easy, inexpensive way tolling it in for inspection.—A H' nna the buyers—Advance for-sale Borchardt. 21(2)23 *LQS. ic i .—, _ FOR SALE OR RENT-Improved MODERNIZE - THAT OLD fashioned porch can be made into • •• *•*" i't w»t;\j — •• > j'.j«._»t *,tni (JU LUclLlC 11ILU bu-acre farm, l mile west one- modern outdoor lounge or enclos- •"»•>• •••«»•'- - Algona. — L. F. j ed for sunroom. AVe have plans. 17p23 i—H. R. Cowan & Son. 24(2)23 , fourth south of Jenkinson. FOR SALE—LEASE AND EQUIP-. HOG FEEDERS! SARGENT MIN-- - ment on 80 ,-un-c., 3% miles south oi auonka on Highway 22G.— Wil- , Ham M. Anderson. 17p23|ers. - eral Meat Meal includes miner- proteins, vitamins, condition- Feed with corn. Marvelous . FOR SALE - 6-ROOM HOUSE 0 ^ sults — ^^erson Grain & Coal lots at Hurt, $850.00, larsw l'i=t ! — - _ — Algona houses and lots.— See Joel MEDIUM CLOVER . M. Herbst. Real Estate. 21p23 $10.80 per bushel; also WANTED— YOUR H.\RNFS<? HARNESS $8.40 Alfalfa many j« „ , . , -" in now and avoid the rush .— Geo. E. Johnson East State. p21-23 FOR SALE—5x8 ft. FRAME building, gable roof, board floor, in Postville tObtv " le ' Iot " P ° Stal Card us for cat > samples before ordering Son, Irvin- 3Gu23 MAJOR OIL COMPANY HAS opening for live-wide-awake man between ages 25 and 40, financially able to purchase truck chassis. Experience not necessary but desirable, provided other requirements are met. Give full particulars in first letter to Box 400. 40u20-23 MAN WANTED TO CAIJL, on farmers by high rated firm. One of largest in business. Permanent position, good pay weekly. Prefer farm or selling experience. Advancement to high man. Must have car. Give past experience for full particulars.—Sales Manager, 705 South 42nd St., Omaha, Nebraska. 46-23 yr^g SOU 26(2)23-26 !'" d _ eta " B WANTED—MEN WITH CAR TO take over established business in Kossuth county, and sell the good old Ward line of household and farm necessities. Experience and capital unnecessary. Excellent profits, steady income. Write good repair, suitable for brooder a Th« T?, ^- democratic ticket honse.-Call 342 Al^ona. fw *L th .l/ u . n ^ P rl maries. Your sup- I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE- election as supervisor of the 3rd district on the democratic ticket pation.—Dr. Ward's Winona, Minn. FOR SALE—IMPLEMENT BU3I- ness, McCormick-Deering line, in' Kos.suth county, invoice about $1500.—Inquire Upper Des Moines or : Advance. 16ul9tf . - por and vote will be appreciated. — Wm. Cosgrove. . 29(2)21-24 FOR SALE—ONE 1932 DUAL wheel Chevrolet truck with I brpnd new box. Terms if desired. —Phone 55, or see Western Credit DIESEL ENGINEERING REPRE- sentatives will be in Lakota Friday and Saturday at the Patterson residence across from Methodist church looking for men to take up Diesel work in the big money Cdmpany. 22ul8tf FOR SALE— THE YEMANS LOTS ion north Thorington must be eojd to close estate. — If interested sep me at once.C. B. Murtagh. 22u23 WE HAVE IN STOCK MANILA folders of the sort used by professional and -business men for filing letters, bills, and other pa , pers. — Advance. tf WANTED—BROOD SOWS THAT •will farrow in March. Alfalfa and wild hay for sale; also one seven-year-old bay gelding.—Philip Arndorfer, 7% miles east, 1 mile Medical Co., 21-24 I AGREE WITH BRUCE BARTON —All editors need the stimulation of new ideas and I find just as Bruce Barton does that The Reader's Digest gives me just the kind of monthly mental workout that "keeps my mind supple and unencrusted." I heartily recommend The Reader's Digest to everyone who does not know this amazing little magazine. It will add ideas to your thinking and zest to your conversation. — The Editor. south of Algona. 29p22-23 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE- nomination on the democratic ticket for first district supervisor and will be grateful for the support of all democrats in the district in the June primaries.—J. H. Praser, Riverdale township. Sale Dates I Feb. 24— A. C. Bjustrom, eight miles west of Algona on No 18 general farm sale. . Feb. 25— Jensen FOUNDERS WEEK VALUES! IOXA FLOUR— 24 }£ Ib. bag __________ CCc •19 Ib. bag ----------- $1.29 CUISCO OK SPKY— 1 Ib. can _____________ 20c 8 Ib. can -------------- 5Qc Bokar— Vigorous and Wney COFFEE, 2 1-lb. cans NECTAR TEA— Green, % Ib. ---------- 15 C Black, }g-lb. ______ 29c TKA SITTINGS, 1 Ib. bag ______ . Santa Clara PRUNES, Size 80-90, i Ibs. ._. Toe 1 P „ IDC 25c 19c s* 7C WII KATIES, 8-oz. j>liK. SODA CRACKEHS, 2-lb. box (iruhani CRACKERS, 2-lb. box Angclus Cello Pack MARSHMALLOWS, 2 1-lb. bass — HEINZ KETCHUP, 14-oz. bot. Miug Foy BEAK SPROUTS, -I f 2 No. 2 cans ± O C Ming Foy, 2 No. 2 cans 1 hop Suey VEGETABLES, „ Eoy, 2 No. 2 cans __< Ming Foy SHOP SUEY SAUCE, S-oz. bot. Chop Suey NOODLES, Mini- Fey, 2 No. 2 cans .» Ming Foy HEAD MOLASSES, 8-oz. bottle Idaho Russett POTATOES, U. S. No. 1, 15 Ib. pi Delicious APPLES, fancy and 1 frr extra fancy, box . -I .O / LETTUCE, YO Size 60, 3 heads _ J.OC IONA CORN, •* er 2 No. 2 cans J. O C ANN PAGE BEANS," 3 23-oz. cans _. Natural Unsweetened Union Leader TOBACCO, •* K 2 1^-oz. cans J. O C Red Cross Paper •* f\ TO WBLS, 8 rolls ..J-ffC _10c A&P Food Stores Owaed and Operated by the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. -, r lominatin &r of Coi 12 Algoifl four' ; ar to be" leeting ai y. The ,iring ; dii oom, Vic« T. H. Cl jle. 'Other chison, iby, Ralp] Sp1 Willii ticket s by Joel he first rasinessm cited. Th eatly dec jf membi meeting ickets ar [mind. ients, an( principal e Wright) to as; aska," a rancher' s addreej .who he *•. M Showing the New Bradley Knits ** "-at — Chrischilles Store Signs of SDrine-. s n o , . , ^^ ^^^* ^* Signs of Spring ,.. S. O. S. . ls dence of a need for new clothe? nntllYlO- rvn 44,,',, !.-•-_ T> T - V '* Ul/ "Cb Bradley ^ uite nn i™£fr,i T i i& ^aciiey fashion Show '*"7 ivw ?»- inat's why we re

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