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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA ERNEST KRAFT, she was a patient following an op- Want Ads eration on the leg. The leg will . have to be in a cast at least two INSURANCE, LOANS, BONDS.—: S. Bohannon, FOR RENT—6-ROOM HOUSE, oil heat, double garage; immediate possession, $35.—Call 881-J, 15u3!) JUNE SALE ON linoleum.—Cowan Supply Co. ARMSTRONG Building & 38U CORWITH MEN'S FATHER, PASSES AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8 u30tf DUROC JERSEY BOAR F01 sale.—J. F. Hoflus, phono 2F3. 10u3 WANTED — HOUSEWORK OR cleaning, hour or day. — Mrs Hardy, telephone 7!)7. ]lp3 WARREN VENETIAN BLINDS~ "the best for less". — Cowai Building Supply Co. if FOR SALE—ABERDEEN- ANGUS bulls. — Bush Bros., 0 inilas straight west of Rodman. 13p37-il) FOR SALE—SOME WELL BROKL young horses.—V. J. Gross, Lone '"•"'' llp3S-3U GOOD USED GASOLINE PRES- sure .stoves, priced to move now. —Ho wa rd II a rd wa re. 11 u39 FARM HELP—IF YOU ARE needing extra h°lp, make known you'- wants through this section of' the Advance. Q.J STRAWBERRIES FOR SALE—I', miles south of Algona, No. 16!l, one mile west, phone 3F11, Ralph Litulhorst. 15p3<) FOR SALE — DEERING IDEALj grain binder, in Rood running! order.—Howard Witham, Algona. i 13p39 Corwlth, June H—Ernest Kraft, 69, died Thursday, May 26, at tho Mercy hospital. Ft. Dodge, where, the day before, ho had an operation. Tho Immediate cause of death was peritonitis from a ruptured intestine. He had been seriously sick since the previous Saturday. Funeral services were held on the following Saturday afternoon ;it the Lutheran church at Renwick, the Rev. J. H. Uuenu officiating and burial was made in the Luni cemetery. Mr. Kraft was bor.n July 26, in Holsteiu, Germany,' and' to Hii s country in 1884. He! was married to Anna Hoick, February 25. 1896, and 12 children! woro born. Surviving are Henry j ud George, Renwick: Ernest, of Iviglo Grove: Fritz and Arthur, .orwith: Mrs. Doris Fredrlckson ! Verondu. Wis.: Mrs. Mary Kubly i id Mrs. Anna Elmer, Liverniore' Mrs. Emma Kubly, Lu Verne: and Mrs. Irma, Wostendorf, Buffalo' ren Ue1 '' There " re 2 ° smndchild On November 3, 1937, Mr. Kraft married Mrs. Anna Schueder who .survives. Mr. Kraft has been suffering troiii a hip injured many years I ago, but had otherwise been in sood health up to the time of Hi" last illness. Other Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Lee AVilllams, son Carl Lee, Carl and Elmer Mac- Intrye, Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey. Verne and the Godfrey son Robert had a picnic at Humbold t Sunday. They called on the Reginald Bastions and the Lewis' Johnsons there. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Foley, Gale- )urg, 111., and a daughter spent from last week Wednesday till Friday with Paul's mother, Mrs. Amy Foley. Mrs. Foley, daughter, Rita Faye, and Mrs. Harvey took them back to Galebury. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Chambers, of Lebanon, Mo., and their sons have been visiting Mrs. Chambers' parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and her sister, Mrs. Harry ( aldwell. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ross, with the son Donald, drove to Sioux City last week Monday to attend commencement exercises at Morningside college in which the son Russell was graduated. A group of Baptist young people drove to Brltt last week Monday night to attend a monthly rally and hear the Rev. William Shannon. Members of the Thimble Circle went to Duncan last week Wednesday to meet with Mrs. Earl Palmer, former member. j The Cecil Howards are spending the week at Mrs. Clara Patterson's. Charles Oxley has returned from a. hospital at Iowa City. Kx-Lono Hock Girl Weils— The marriage of Dorothy Mae Macumber, Fort Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber, Lone Rock, to Gall M. Hanson, also Fort Dodge, took place at the Riverside Methodist church parsonage there last week Wednesday at 3:30 P. m. The Rev. G. R. Gilbert, pastor, officiated, using a single- ring ceremony. The couple was attended by Mrs. Lester Warner and Alvin Hanson, sister and brother of the groom. , ,T he J"' 1 ^ was attractive in a tailored white gabardine suit, with blue and white accessories. Mrs Warner was gowned in peach chiffon, with white trimming. A 6 o'clock dinner was served (° the wedding party at Mr. and airs. Warner's, 1026 south 21st street, following the ceremony. The bride attended the Lone Rock sch o 0 i s and was graduated with the class of 1932. She is also a graduate of the Fort Dodge Tobin business college, and has been ni the employ of the Remington Rand Fort Dodge offices. Mr. Hanson is employe'd at the Tankar service station there, and the couple win live at 104 south 16 h Colt Gets Wedged Between Branches on Stump of Tree FOR SALE—MODEL "A" COACH '30 model. Low mileage, sood condition, cheap. — Inquire Ad- Vance. FILMS DEVELOPED AND printed —Any size film, 30c for S regular pictures and one enlargement FREE.—Lusby's. 17(2)3Hf SEE US FOR PRICES O.V LUM- ber, building material, feed, and fencing.—Farmers Co-Op. Association. Irvington, la. 17p.'iS-lS FOR Sv\LE—ABERDEEN ANGUS bulls and heifers. Priced reasonable. Farm four miles west of Humboldt on No. 10.—C. I Goodell. 19p3T-42 ONE-MINUTE WASHERS—DON'T buy any washer until you see the new One-Minute. Easy terms if desired.—L. W ~ Two Couples ,\rc Married— , Su . t , urcli , lv morning, June 4, at St. • tH ,\ s \ . jit no! ic church Cor wit h Mi "'. v Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Schaller, was married to rynl Hanlon, Chicago, Father Quir.n. Britt, officiating The bride wore a floor-length sown of white silk lace over satin h"l^± d ?» ;l ™ "°u (1Uet ^ UNION Charles Graham, farming between Clear Lake and Mason City, Briilo-to-llp Gh. CI1 siiowers- Norma Raney was honoree at a glassware shower Friday at the home of Mrs. George Harris; EN leu Steussy assisting. Twelve girls attended, and the afternoon was spent at Bingo. Miss Raney vil be r™?L*^'I* Kussen V 'wal° the FATTEN HOGS AT LESS COST! It's actually being done with Sargent Mineral Meat Meal. Get facts at once.—Anderson Grain &! Coal Co. 23(2)3') i ...... W01 ; e a pink Jal;e --, with matching accessories. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast wa s served at the Legion hall to 50 relatives nnd friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ha.ilon left CaZir^' ' Or a Weddhlg trI P to M, BeU r y | j0 ' dau Shter of Mr. „_ Mi s John Wilhite, and Dean son oi ,ur. and Mrs. Earl Brown, both 01 i.orwith, were married <?-itni- are'gSdliSs "of DeS M ° ineS ' B °"i and since graduation Mrs has been with her ,. *-x<> uu cl f illETGl* injury one day last week, when machinery on which he was work? ng slipped. The large finger on Ins right hand had the end crushed and part of the finger was torn, farm forn »»rly had the Dau Ruth Heerdt is spending Irvington, Juno 8 — A 8- year-old colt belonging to Curl Hutching had a unique and rather painful experience Sunday, when it became Hedged In the fork of a tree. The tree had been cut down years ago, but two branches had grown out from tho stump. The colt tried to pass between them, but after getting his head and shoulders and part of his body through he was stuck and could neither go ahead nor back out. When Mr. Hutchins found him, he attempted to saw off one limb, but couldn't do It because tho colt was too close. After a lot of labor he nnd a son managed to free the animal by pushing j n the colt's ribs and bucking him up inch by inch. Tho colt is now minus a considerable amount of hair and hide, but is other- ivise ready for another adventure* re- Mrs. Fred Geigel, Irvington, gave '"'•<"-"- - shower — w living. FOR SALE—CORONA STANDARD typewriter, elite type, less than year old. Rock Island loader new rope, good paint.—Eunice Moore Titonka. 21p3!) PITTSBURGH PAINTS — THESE Sun-proof exterior paints actually cover 25% greater surface area Come in! Get information, prices. —F. S. Norton & Son. 22(2)39 NOTICE — PLEASE PRESENT all bills outstanding against E. F. Gregor or his estate to C E Gregor, 212 N. Summit St., Marshalltown, la., immediately. 21u42 FLOORS SANDED, REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A new improved method guaranteeing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 3 8tf Legion 'Aux- Officers Named- ine Leegion Auxiliary met \t*t week Tuesday, a large ™owd a - temlmg p Mrs. R ose Oxley repor - connu- IW - day Sales ' also on a county meeting at Britt. Lowell Jt-nckson Library custodian reported that new board members were Lottie Ripple, Maude ~' mittee met recently and ordered new books. Election of officers took place: president, Mrs. Rose Oxley: 1st vice, Inga Woodburv second vice, Dorothy Welter- secretary .Mary Dunlap; treasurer, Edna Enfield: historion, Mildred Gouge; chaplain, Ethel Beer- ser- fOO fl t _n * ,, „,,, _ .-m r _ ' Blain, Lu Verne Kenneth Gould is working on the wt, h on K°, r seed corn building winch is being erected at the junction of Nos. 169 and 18 Mr and Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller, BnH^ r and S W?U SU " day " M'' S ; J ? S ' Kram er, Bancroft', , ., thefr daughter, Mrs. Clav- s°" Bl ;:™ mou ,' « nd her husband, there i s to be another"Frid a v"' 1 in the Four Corners neighborhood. Ilenefit Rridgc i s r.iv.-n- The "Carnation" club of fredson was low. Guest prizes went to the Mesdames H. M. Vinson, Wille, and Mary Sweeney. Other Society. The Lotus Creek Lassies 4-H „„„ UL the n '" b , met » week ago Saturday at ..-,--- Honor lodge held a ben- ^ y Wichtendahl's. "Orange efit-bridge party Monday evening J 0 ? 80 " 8 '" a P iano solo, was play- at Mrs. Raymond Igou'.i. There ?, y Ph y ]li s Gengler, and a talk were three tables in play, and Mrs. £ n U ]? care of h <™ds was given by Wnit V f? Alatyne won high. Mrs. ^"^" * — wa'ter Lichter was low. The club meets every two weeks; the next Sc e u e ffha S m Wi11 ' be WiUl MrS ' Geo ^ e A round table was held me amng of conservation, also on the Progress the girls have . „ 'io.Lcu. L i lt; .OLOIIGi M' ™ Darrlel - son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Stoffel, who has been at the Kossuth hospital since birth. The baby now weighs five pounds Harry Keith is having a new corn crib erected on his fara just ""of Yr A ' g< r tenanted b J EmU off el. Geo W. Boevers is remodeling a double corncrib and giving buildings new coats of paint Mr. and Mrs. Chris Henkle and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Collinson, Elmore, were at Ben Gould's Sunday -md the Albert Butterfields and thlre G ° UldS W6re Callers C. C. Luncheon for Women— A weekly Country club party ln e u. a. '" " yesterday. At one o'clock met Monday + 0 •Wnmart n*4. n «^! T I A "\JT T>«1 songs were sung. The 1 ?? S 1 V b - e held next Ruth Meines ' next Knitting club in — "«j. ^i. uue o CIOCK ^^ ^«<juuuy aiternoon with Mrs wot Tr 0m f n attendi "g. hos-1 A - W. Behrends. There were teii .,n/cC,r n \^aT s 5,,j, s r'sf!,,t^rwr?i,ri chairman, John Kohlhaas F "• i .1olni»fl tiio AI,,K n".. S,,, . gue ? t ' Saunders, E. A. Scheme!,' AV. -" j - - -— > "••" "cu> a uiuu guest, ?• ° " e , d , VJ!. cI ? b - M™-. Gil1 'a a sis. an l._ H :, R - C °-an. Bridge A terof was the diversion. Attend Shower at St Joe— 'Mrs. L. Gisch, daughters irt ^l«»._ _t . _. .. Marv . . , ers arv and Fern, and a niece, Mary Me Rebekahs Rice, elected officers -_ u ..u,.io cictieu oincers Tuesday evening at the I. O. O. F nn 11 A/Tt*o 01*«™i. — — i--»in. * " TITONKA CHIC;KS PRICES REDUCED— Leghorns, $4.80; heavies, $5.90; New Hampshires, $7.50; Leghorn pullets, $9.f)0. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 16u39 MEDICRUDB FOR HOGS — USE one-third barrel, return balance if not entirely satisfied. Get full information on this trial offer at once.—E. R. DeLano, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation. E-S39 MY BEAUTIFUL $650 PLAYER piano and rolls for $49.60; $5 a month to responsible party — Write Mrs. Alary Schultz, route 5 Box 229A, Waukeshtt, Wisconsin. ' 25p39 --utj--i *iwj«, irAaj'. LUllCh ! was served by the Junior Girls of -••oup 1. Announcement was made a radio broadcast from WOI on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 3:30 p. m i n connection with the series the American Legion state Auxiliary is sponsoring a contest on What the Annals of Iowa have taught me about the state Donald, the latter of Howard, "s! D., attended a miscellaneous shower at the St. Joe church Sunday m honor of Marie Fisch. Miss vMr "and" Airs' Pisch, a niece of Mrs. Gisch, will " ^ v , ^mii^ aif tut; i. \j t {j jr PIP i ^M ^, hester Dllllnger was elected Noble Grand; Mrs. Walter Klamp, vice grand; Mrs. Henry Lund., secretary; Mrs. Byron Ludwig, treasurer. Mr and Mrs. Fred Jacob were of Jentz, Fenton. „ i r,"*~,~~ ;." i ""i"'etor of the local Coffee Shop. Mrs. A. C. Gardner, north of Algona, will entertain at a benefit party this afternoon for the St. Guild. Contract will be Editor and Mrs. Frank whiK S w ttheC - < V - Ho0 "e wniie the Hoons are at Iowa City attending summer school. lone Runtzel returned Saturday ,nTn£ Week>s vaca t'on at Austin and Minneapolis, Minn. She i s employed at the Wilson Cafe E. J Osterbauer, Rockford, 111.. ?. n . d ..*J rs -. Ana Feehner, Algonal MEN WANTED FOR NEARBY Rawleish routes of 800 families. Reliable hustler should start earning $30^weekly and increase rapid- Hoy Suffers Leg Gash— A week ago last Saturday, Allen, 7-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. I. rank Adreon, suffered a cut on the leg when he tried to jump a barbed-wire fence. He was taken to a local doctor, who took seven stitches to close the wound. Mrs. A. E. Jirown Laid Up— While Mrs. A. E. Bro 1 ing her housework last be married Tuesday to Thilges. Algonian's Great-Aunt Celebrates- Mrs. Glen Raney will drive to Bode today (Thursday) to attend observance of the 80th birthday, Ml . H ,, T anniversary of her great-aunt Mrs ' f ' Jonn s 'mon Jr Josephine Lewison, at the la'tter's raar ™ ers southwest of Algona, were home. . 5L unda y dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Seeman here. Mrs. R. w. Roeder entertained ' , ^ he R °tarians have voted to hold the E. T. W. bridge club Wednes- I U , le i r meetings at the Country club day at her home. Mrs. Henry, clubh °use in July and August Pnw_ I • Mrs - George Stewart win PTI GET-TOGETHER SUNDAY AT A TITONKA HOME Titonka, June 14—'A family reunion was held Sunday at the W. H. Ricklefs home, the following relatives of Mrs. Rlcklofs attending: Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer, Lakota; the Peter Bruers, Lakota; the Fred Weinbergers, of Buffalo Center; the C. H. Rlppentrops, Elmore; and the Harold Madstzkls, Winnebago, Minn. Mrs. James Bruer was honor guest, being her 65th birthday. A picnic dinner was served on the lawn. Lcflflon "Anx" Officers Named- The Legion Auxiliary met Saturday at the Legion-hall and elected officers; president, Eva. Peterson; vice, Camilla Cooper; second, Esther Askins; secretary, Tillio Falk; treasurer, Rose Bonacker; historian, Mary Young; chaplain, i Mhel Johnson; sergeant at arms, Beth Miller; sergeant at arms, Esther Breen; elective board, Cleo Miller, Ollie Bruns, Estelle Bonacker. Birthday Clnh Meets Friday- Mrs. Camilla Cooper entertained the Birthday club Friday evening, and in attendance were Mesduvnes Ollie Bruns, Magdaleno, Tiliie Falk, Esther Askins, Pearl Krominga, Eva Peterson, Beul.ih Batt, Esther Breen, Lillle Wou'l, Edith Fisher, Pearl Ricklefs, Irene Higgins, Stella Peterson. Former Local (Jirl Bride— Lenice Wright, former Titonka girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs E 0. AVright, Colo, will be married] Juno 16 to Dr. Lewis A. Dykstra They will live in Lena, III. Denice i s well-known here, as she lived here many years, when her father was manager of the North Iowa grain elevator. Indians Win Ball Game— The Titonka town ball team played Burt Sunday on the local diamond, winning, 5-4. Other Titonka News. Sunday afternoon was hold the annual Hansen reunion a: the Tom Young farm, 76 attending. Out of town people were the Elmer Hansons, Bricelyn, Minn.; the Clar-i ence Hollys, Wells, Minn.; Howard Hansen, Clarion; the George S ! Hansens, Dumont; the T3 A' Han-1 sens, Rudd; Mr. and Mrs. Albert! Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Han-i sen, and the Nels S. Nelsons, of 1 Goldfield; Mr. and Mrs. E L Han- 1 sen, Swea City; f.he Van A. Han-1 sens, Ottosen; Letha Mann, Burt'i and the Erman Hansons, Lakot-' ' A daily vacation Bible school held here closed Friday, after two weeks, with a picnic dinner at noon, and Sunday evening the school gave a program. apartment and Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Heneh moved. Monday' into the Peterson house, Vacated by the Johnsons. The Henches had been living ii, rooms at the Mr',, Bertha Callles home. Mrs. E. A. Hansen, Rudd, spoilt Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Petersen, and Monday went to C. J. Hanson's for a visit till Wednesday, when Mr. Hansen will come for her and help his mother, Mrs. C.- J. Hansen, celebrate a birthday. Mrs. Ida Anderson, Minneapolis, with Mrs. Emanuel Anderson, of Dike, with three daughters spent Monday with Mr, and Mrs. W. J, Denton, Both of the Mesdarnes Anderson formerly lived here, Mr. Ire Babcock, Canada, .and two grandsons from Algona called at William Neville's Sunday oven- ing. Mr. Babcock is Mrs, Neville's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. R, L, Krantz, with the son Kenneth, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit the former's father, a patient at the Lutheran hospital there. They found him improving, Mrs. E. Saathoff entertained six children—Mary Jane Bleioh, Mild- tornoon. Mrs. N M v i visited FHdnv ',,, ""»• Slo,, *' thence she took"'',',? ? fo "' The Harry Barto K "' spent Sunday win, ,', of parents, Mr s Brandt. ' """ Mrs M • ^ RADIO REPAIR Ed Genrich PHONE 520-W AT BJUSTJiOM-s Armour's Canned Meat Values! Armour's Star Corned' Beef, 12-oz. can Armour's Star Roust Beef, 12-o/. can _ I9c -we --.~ ...v. t.. .j , Jt ««« .•*wfiOl> M*Wly JL4 m \t/ J% CHI] « Armour's Star Corned Beef Hash, 2 lO-'ojT"»,;:,""«;* Armour's Star Beef and Noodles, 2 16-ox' , ''2J Armour's lllls *'<! . were: beginners, Betty Teachers Budlong- , uong- first primary, Katherine Schranr second primary, Helen Beed; juniors, Lorraine Peterson; pianist, Feme Oesterreicher; superintendent. " Rev Methodist pastor. Mr. and Mr,-;. Harold moved Friday into L. Patterson, Johnson Peterson Potted Meats —..3 8^ oz . cans 10*, 5 . n/ . ,,.,„ g The Ideal Spread aiid'erft"c't""fo'r Creamery Butter ^———- Siininier Uniidkerclilefs for 25e and ] an NN PAGE Salad DRESSPTG, quart jar All Varieties Except Strawberry and Itaspbem A n 1^ llflll^Cl-l^^^ mr->-m _. __ * J , GE I'ltESEBVES, B. S. P. CHEKRIES IVo. 10 can 554 Swans Down CAKE FLOUU 2M-lb. pkg. 25t Hew POTATOES 10 Ibs. 29t ORANGES Size 288 2 do/. 35^ Drink More Milk! Use More Dairy I'rmludW A&P FOOD STORES OWNED . ND OPERA y ED By || The June "Woman's I>ay»-2c at Yonr A&P Food S(»re! she slipped and fell on the porch steps and suffered a fractured bone m the ankle. She was taken to Doctor Walley, and the ankle u ' a " " '", a cast which she MEDTORTJDE FOR FARM ANI- mal.s—A Mid-Continent Petroleum product. Use for lice, mange general disinfectant. Money-back guarantee.—E. R. DeLano, Mid- Continent Petroleum Corporation. . E&S38-10 MEDICRUDE — INEXPENSIVE treatment for mange lice worms. General disinfectant. Keep Barrel on hand. Ask about special trial offer.—E. R. DeLano, Mid- Continent Petroleum Corporation. E&S39 1881 ROGETIS SILVERWARE— Special wedding-gift chests in many combinations, handsomely displayed. See 34-piece sot in new Surf Club pattern.—Lusby's. .2)39 22(2)39 weeks. Hospital Patient Comes Home— \eronica Kelch has returned from an Iowa City hospital where Ray Crow, Denver, and Mary Ann Kohlie, Madison, Wis are spending a few days at R. c. »», M pi a i nd TT Mrs ' Mark Bncon and the Clair Heifners irisited Mr. and Mrs. Don Bacon, Thompson, Sunday. R,ff I f'''i an o M . rs ' James Robi nson, of autfalo Center, were Sunday dinner guests at AVilliam Neville's Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dennis, of Wesley, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Schutjer Mr and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe returned Friday from several weeks with relatives in Kansas. Raymond Ricklefs is improving from a sickness which kept him in bed several days. Mrs. Ted Rike and Mrs. Lewis Huber were Forest City visitors Monday. I ••^••^[^••i^H^HlH^^^M^^^^B^^^^tt^^^k^^b Farmers Attention! This Week's Specials i • i - AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTEN- tion—Safe driver rewards. Our J°' icv holders always save from M7o to 30%—coast to coast claim service non-restricted — standard coverages. Buy standard protection at lowest cost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. La Barre. 35tf33 HAY ROPE 7/8 in. pure Manila, m\ / t ------------ 4 1 /2C wood, each each SPECIAL ON LEGHORN FE-I males—Leghorn females, $990 per hundred; 95% accuracy guaranteed. Heavy checks of popular breeds. Started and day old. We Will hatch till some time in August. U. S. Approved and Pullorum Tested. — Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 37(2)39 FOR SALE - 2-pc. MOHAIR! suite, 9x12 rug, bed complete dinette suite, hall carpet, screen, 2-burner electric plate, 1 large and 2 small walnut antique chests 'I antique walnut tables, 1 walnut cane rocker, lots of small items including: mirrors, lamps, curtains, etc. This merchandise is in good condition and priced right.—Up-1 Stairs, 318 S. Jones. 57(2)391 Rope I M I J and I .39 CATTLE FLY Mf SP1UY, gallon. 45C Bring your container BARN PAINT, ItedH Good grade, QO«» gallon «foC a Gallon Lots Only. FLY NETS, OO _ 110-in., each __ %JOC FLY NETS, 110 in., 66 strings, each $2.35 COLLAR PADS each GOOD HOUSE 4 **^ BROOMS, each 1 9C THERMOS JUGS, gallon __ OA COVERS___.1»38 Front Seat Only ^GALLON £«% AA SPRAYER.. $2.98 ~~~ TWINE ~~" Tluce your order now. Coast-to-Coast Store Our New SKELGAS Department is Now Complete We are ready to give you quick, efficient service on gas delivery and at the same old price of ' $8.95 ' Use Only Genuine Skelgas with Skelgas ' Equipment for Best Results. Mr. Ewert is with us devoting his full time to SKELGAS, and it is our earnest desire to give t i you a quick and efficient service. WHY TAKE CHANCES ON GAS YOU DO NOT KNOW AT A PEW CENTS LESS? THREE DAY Sensational Garment Sale FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ONLY 175 Garments, Regular $3.99 to $10.95 All desirable new Sprinc ami on,.i,r included in this sale StvUsh r^/ SU " imer mer <>handise in plain and printed silk-ffie? R T SiZ6S 12 to 20 ~ Q r,^ «!,,•«-_- 1 , .. u . a "K—sneer Bemhpr^ shantungs, s-e and chiffons-both darklSlLf to 52, and 18i/> to are Call 852 for SKELGAS SERVICE Furniture Company West of Court House kVtegujgjfri approvals or 10 Knit Dresses 4 Summer Coats 5 Wool Suits 6 Spring Coats 6 Toppers and 5 Linen Suits Jackets 125 Silk Dresses AH sizes included in this .ale at only ^ All garment* for each No exchanges j *^« exctianpfiR KI i "»»*« «s» |^| q npp|>Qvai8 Kresensku's .. Shoes Heady-to-Wear H?^ irv n .-u—..^^ * *^-"«5*ir Hoaioixw

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