Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR CARREL CAFE, LIVERMORE, IN NEW HANDS Livermorc, July 25—A deal was closed here Monday by which Everett Carrel rented his new cafe KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA REWRITES Hriefs stiininnrizlng principal news In Tuesday's Upper Des 3folnes. .THURSDA Heart Disease Fatal For Carpenter at Armstrong Armstrong. July 25— Gust A.; ing, and to Lloyd KIRK I»KSTUOYKI> the j Stone died at his homo hero mstinuich improved, week Thursday roll nviiu; i( heart attack. Mr. Stone had been in his condition is not not building and fixtures L u ^^n, Hughes and sold the stock of cvcm "K- ' "<•' family was ...... goods to him. Mr. and Mrs Hughes ! t! omc ' a ' e blaze was reporte h(vve taken possession -and have ! b . y U)l j rlsts »t the Cook oil sta employed Mrs. Lulu Borryhill Mr i "' , A1 - KOIia firemen were nishe and Mrs. Carrel had operated their I! t ° tlle f mi0 ' bl " the ''^e ha cafe several years, buviusr and ' , " U ' • start ' :llui a " the - v coul selling at different times ' .'° Wils Kave llle othel ' buildingf More than a year ai?o the cafo ! , •-" nise Contained three barrel building was burned, when Mr and', • s -' lls " lln <-'- T 'i<? honi? was bull . txsster Smith were operatiiiK' J ilte ' '' tie } - Arsons man The Carrels returned, built a'" ;: "' s a ° " Ild was considered Engineer H. the farm south _. „„„ etl by the Robert Wards "sa'tiirilriV' <ieatl1 ' He wns a '» old resident of Armstrong. By- trade he wns a : carpenter. Born August 2S, I860,: 1 at Moboda-Smaland. Sweden, he j Visitor Suffers from Infection Laura Allen, visiting here from A GREAT CONVENTION The Leuthold store buyers and 4UTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower Credit Co. payments. — Western 8u30tf BALING DONE AT ALL TIMES.— associates were in convention at Ralph Hurlburt, Lone Rook, Ing satisfaction.—Cowan. Building & Supply Co. Chicago last week, occupying the seventh floor of the Palmer House. Manufacturers from all parts of the United States were there bidding for this volume of business. The Leuthold stores OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS NOT once but several times. Be ready to grasp It when ft comes. Send «m.l) the County poor health for some time and he \rilwoik* i S hore rr ° m ,i , Lelltllold stol>es l>avo h iia- . Smith house '>n', m l been ... bp o „ , x n V , f , : I, i. ' " s a sevei '° lnlec "° n tional reputation for first quality i of Algona tenant- ,, " btd a '\ eRk beforc hls I ln n fi " ser - standard wearing apparel for men it. modern building, and hud been operating the cafe The Carrels have other since , "'", The loss ° r tlu ' ! .p, :is Jllirtl - v covered by insurance .p, - propertv • , . NN{mis '? st a " Personal be hree, but it is doubtful wlu-the'i- ! " >11 - u '"-- s " lld furniiure. whicl they will continue to make Lirer- '?. L ' re not lnjn "' C(I . R«lph Elbert more their home. • tin-man. suffered hand burns whai Mr. Hughes is at present also'! 10 ."' 1 ^ 1 to ellter the llomc operating a pool h ;l ll here and a beer parlor. He has not yet made disposition of thse businesses, out and re not -•man. s he I buck door. THI; now OK Mrs. K. M. Mur- victim of a blood clot which Fimr on Trip tu S. !>.— Mi 1 , and Mrs. Thomas expects to devote all his time to clogged the heart, was found ii the cafe. The work is not new for 'Hie bathroom at her Algona home Mrs. Hughes, for her parents, Mr. last week Thursday by 'neighbors and Mrs. Frank Collins, operated a Mrs. B. P. Richardson" antf LuelH caff here many years. jStrayer. who noticed that she was I not about and investigated. She John -on '' p' !IK , bor " '," ttenmark. came to the Tod Jennings, and Pauline Lentsch Tno'toV 8 "?' Mm'/?" I 1 "!; 1 . 6 '! ?" drove to Miller, S. U, Sundav to l' Fiino, I - 1 ' ' ° dlcd in visit relatives. ''Fed there met' h s'sa'l urd^vTi h^nuf * We '' 6 , ^ brother Clayton, who is also in v ,' n R« V v «-'' il " church the stock-buying business, and , hil r4 bjostrand in thf-y (irvjve to Pierre to look over '"' some cattle the firm recently bought. During the party's absence, charlotte LoL'ue is clerking Ooocl Hope ,. , '''"''' I*AR\ on the W. H. Riedel arm, northwest of Algona, in the at t IIP Nelson store in place of ; Miss Lentsch. I ... . .. Librarian Named by Hoard- neighborhood, by ' was fire completely destroyed which was set at 2:30 morning, when the building "was lightning. Twentv -on.s .struck by "I he library board has selected of bay and -100 bushels of oats officers -nid has appointed Mrs. wer lost, also a horse and a ho" Sidney llogaiison librarian. She, The house, a corn crib, and 'a ho"' has been in charge since the open- shed were saved. The Al-'oiri fire" ing of the library last October. Of- men were called, but arrived ficers are Mrs. Louis too Behounek, lute to save the barn, though they ehariiiian: Mrs. Kate Hammond, protected the other buildinirs secretary; Mr.s. J. F. Hamm. Jreas- .,.,., ... ....„ tlvm 1 ' ' "' " Al 'l<» SO, died at the JK . stale hospital. Cherokee, Sunday, ' ( and lunerul services were held .here Tuesday at the Merrill fun- urer. There are now more 2,200 volumes, and the library complete in its furnishings. Othcr Armstrong News. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rovn nnd daughter Virgin^ went to „., was 6!) at death. Funeral services Elk P(11 »t. S. D., one day last week were held Sunday at the Presbv-- to vlsit Ml ' s - Rovn's mother, Mre tenan church here, the Rev. R R :(l El Krnuse. They were accom- and boys. Second quality or off -brand merchandise is never considered. Their slogan for 60 years has been "Nothing has value without quality." The New York trade papers gave T . . — — -— ". AV. , , , — - ••• — ..-,,,„„. .much space to this meeting. Hun- Irwin m charge, and burial was; Pa . nled Tb , v M ''s- Krause to Ch.im- dreds of thousands of dollars made in the Armstrong Grove; V" Kn ' nl " fol- a week with rola-jworth of goods were purchased at cemetery. Surviving are his wife, th l e , s daughter Elna. Pallbearers at the funeral were Wallace Rich- moiHl. Herman Kinnander, Martin i 1 ' 1 " Clarn Snllth the very bottom of a "low market -io « lt . --« spent part of These goods are being delivered Rich- 1 ;, 1 , 1 ;: Tr_ e - ™l th reln t'ves at Sabe-! every day to each of the v,,,l_,.u« ,-, *" ' i "" tl " Anderberg, George Johnson, Ferd Hanson, E. S. Camden. who went to She accompanied the!and'Algona is getting ,, 0 . , u ,. „! , nnd hf - rnnil 'y. I shave of the class of goods they stores, her full phone 207. llp4S for Maiikato Commercial catalog, Mankftto, Mlnii. LOCKER PLANT FOR SALE OR trade. No town property wanted. —Ed Weisbrod, Fenton. 12p45 PRICED TO SELL'—36 Lafayette and '37 V-Eight Ford Pickup.— Wray's phone 91-W, 13p45 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — THE quick, easy, Inexpensive way to find the buyers—Advance for-sale ^s. tf College 23(2)15 ONE MINUTE WASHER — ALL models available for electric or gas engine power. Ask for demonstration in your home. Ensy terms.—L. W. Swanson. • E&S' Kans., for i'oiich Has Minnesota .lob— jwin Jr. Mrs. Adams and her son Larry lave returned from a few weeks >vth the former's nnt'ir.v M-p J. S. Coonu, Des Mointo. a-i'd Mrs. Toontz accompanied them to •emain till school starts. Mr. Ad- ims, who is employed 1.1 tin- soils tepartment of a large canning actovy al Waseca, Minn., everal days here and moved „,„ amily into the downstairs at the and Mr. and os. Johnson house. Mr. Adam s is •oys' athletic coach here. 'wo Arc Hospital Patients— Clyde Eckhart had his tonsils , ., or the wedding of the son Robert Ir- .Mr. and Jfrs. H. C. their son Jerry, ai A Anderson. Mr. and are as proud to sell as you will be pleased to wear. St. Benedict FOR SALE — 1D38 PLYMOUTH coupe. Low mileage. Like now Must sell at once.—Julia Dearchs •108-W. 1 Gp4 SEE US FOR PRICES ON LUM her, building material, feed, an fenslng.—Farmers Co-Op. AssocI ution, Irvington, la. 17p38-l The Leo Arndorfers, Bancroft, FILMS DEVELOPED AND PRINT cd—Any size film, 30c, and on enlargement free.—Lusby's. 13(2)41t were Sunday Grandgenetts, I AM MAKING LONG TIME fai'n loans at -\^A% interest with no guests at Johnjstock to buy and no red tape.—M and also Henry Grandgenet, employed at Arndorfer's, visited his parents here. The P. Haggard. 21U45-18 LEGHORNS, $4.!)0; heavies, $5.90 •3nnoi.li i | Banci ' of t Arndorfers called "on i Leghorn cockerels, $2.50; Leg r "5.._?.'(Leo's mother at Mike Arndorfev's. I horn Pul'ets, ?!).90. — Hamilton Crystal Lake, with their daughter o, " 1UL '"-" at MIKC Arnaortev's. Arlene, and Mr. and Mrs 'A" P , e is ngain sick - nftev having had M_i -i-i ... * A * fun- linn 1 Hi fiii. ~^~, „ it Nelson, Britt, spent Sunday at Harmony, Minn., inspecting the (Niagara Cave there. Mr. Ander- !ra tchery, Bancroft. 13u41tf SAVE MONEY ON PAINT! Pitts- emoved last week Wednesday a t> g . ara • ve thorc> Ml '- Ander- he Co'leman hospital. Estherville ! a°" V 3 a partuer in the local Jack 11 rl . „„ * . w~«l«iiw. X t'll'fl r ,t?f f\r*n nnrl Tl JT-. T^ • - -— — « u wtfi u CtV«. Sprat store, and Mr. Finn works at Wilson's bakery. Arlene, who had spent last week with Mrs. Anderson, returned to Crystal Lake with her parents. Leonn Stewart loft Monday for California, where she will spend a month at the home of her grandfather, Bert Peck, Long Beach, moved to Ore-1 and with a cousin at Pomona and on from this vicinity last spring, i friends at Los Angeles. M° Peck! :imer Schaeffer is slowly improv- ig at the Coleman hospital, Es- ici'viile, from complications in a :ise of ivy poisoning. (inner Armstrong Hoy Returns- Harold Mixell, Albany, Oregon, rrived last week Wednesday, and employed here for the next few fair health for some lime. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer with the former's mother "Grandma" burgh Wftllnide fo1 ' w a»s. ceil- Meyer, St. Joe, Minn., were Sun- l^' J Vc lln y c U '" 12 shades.— day visitors at William Arndorf- ' S ' Norton & Son - 20(2)45 Tvh P n"M ' le " M1S ' W f re Ueigh " FOR SALE-HAMPSHIRE BROOD , ,, ived lie '' e and the Arndorfers ilved on the ^The John Young,virths, w«i, y . J eph A " Sko "'' Wea1 ^ September and October far- Eligible for registry.—Jos- day to make the aquaiiUanee the new boy. Mrs. Catherine Downs, Wesley, j' —. permanent floor finish. A of j new improved method guarantee- ken over of the Another Cafe Changes Hands— | c> ral home, with Dr. F. Earl" Bu'r- Another cafe changed hands :K , OSS in charge. He had been at here, when Anna Capesius bought ' ''herokee during the last few the Earl Jay luncli room, building, t - Vp ars. Mrs. Dale and four child- and fixtures. Miss Capesius had : rei > survive; Mrs. Len Taylor and operated the place .since removal • Walter, here; Ernest, Fairmont; of Mr. Jay to Humboldt two years ,' James, Minneapolis ago. She has been doing some interior remodeling, including booths, new linoleum, and paint. «, nilffc , - G^ *&&?*£' Douglas Johnson, Havelock, has six weeks, wil le tu rrf to Cvli or ken over man ln three weeks and Mrs S^e ^^ a 3; is spending and Mrs ' Fred Erickson and ^ e r bert Dovr drove to to wer 22 years havu. S resigned. a stroke XIXKTEKX SC'RAI'HOOKS new be .. judsed in a contest for will 'Catherine Ann ,., v „., , Kos-, church Sunday afternoon. - ,sutn woman s clubs. Margaret Du- sors were Frank Reding ai rant, Algona, state committeewo- Jane Reding. Other Livermore News. I'"' 1 , 1 !' ls '" charge - In dividual s as 1 Threshing is in full swing !«e 1 as clubs entered the contest, this vicinity. Most runs began ' .JIIflL'pc ei TO T^o t Vi**..:.*« T ~ii;__ » •„ — i. *-e>*'«. e i Ar , ,. - -----early hirit week Thursday morn- ' nn ™ 3lrs< Eikenberry, Tnde- _ _ _ _ | Pendence, Mo., called on Algona friends last week Thursday. They were spending a two weeks vacation at the Okobojis with friends from Missouri. Mr. Eikenberry was county agent here some 25 years ago, and his wife came here St. Joe The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding was baptised at St. Joseph's;as a bride. Mr. Eikenberry is still „« Spon-lin government employ, but is now Mary in Catherine week. Walla-e " nd ing been one ales, went to Des Moines, and from there he drove for a party " r- -'^" M"RS. R. going to California. He has now ; sot .home Sunday from returned to his home here. ... .. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cheek, who of M . exic ?i alld Carlsbad __^_^____ tlisv vis~ erett Carrel since opening of the' iletl relatives. The doctor fished in' new Carrel cafe last November,' the Gulr for kingfish and Spanish have gone to a job at Woodward, mackerel. and Marvell Smith has been heip- |{. .]. irARRINGTON' ing at the cafe. Mrs. J. W. Hewitt and 2rrS'a W vVrMaS H^SerJ^wSZ^^rt- 1116 -" 00 ^- G " ^'^"^ er's. have returned. JM. P. Weaver, the , to Iowa City last week Thursday tonsil and nas « ] opera.. „., iluul a thr : e « on s Saturday morning. Her „.weeks vacation tour to the Gulf stm ^ bein S cared for by Mrs. ~,^ .„,„. ^. ... ^ CB .v, »uu of Mexico, and Carlsbad caverns • f Becker ' and Margaret Becker had worked for Mr. and Mrs Ev- '" New Mexico. Enroute they vis-' 18 / 1 a e Tony Becker home. - • • - - - ;r "-' --'-•»—- •"• - i ^Cecil Rowell is spending some it the home of his parents, The Botsford Lumber Co., Alwon the gona, has begun construction of a i . — ~ vui^iwj , WUL, 1^ HOW m chai'ge of farm security operations in his territory. He has taken on considerable weight since he lived here, but Mrs. Eikenberry shows few effects of time. Mr. and Jfr.s. Clarence Todd, of Ottumwa, called on William F Steele here Monday. The Todds were married Sunday evening and are on a two weesk honeymoon. Clarence is the son o£ the Rev and Mrs. W. J. Todd, and his father, who was pastor of the local Methodist church 15 years ago, is now pastor at Shenandoah. Clarence is a teacher in the schools at Ottumwa. His sister Esther '\ocil nnen P-nif ,i I T r, S; n rucon o a umwa. Hs sister Esther is Elmer ju a , " , alrnoon shoX" « n"" wm ? ^^ bu »K alow *"' the married and lives a Oskalocsa ! " ' } VllliamHamn »ers. Mr. Hammer Clarence and William were clas- John Sheas, Bancroft, were at the Erickson home Sunday and called on Mrs. C. Erickson, who is caring for -Mrs. Richard Ferstl and the latter's new baby. The Martin Bleichs, " Titonka, were Sunday visitors in this vi-| cnity. Marcia Ann Downs and Barbara Joyce Eisenbarth, who had visited Mary Jane Bliech several days were brought, home by the Bleichs. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Downs, M-s J. L. Raskoph, Oracle Lee, and' Marcie Ann and Thomas took i Barbara Joyce Eisenbarth to his! home at Ailgona Sunday evening Evelyn Halligan helped the Arend sisters at getting meals for threshers last week. The Arends . wer first to thresh east of town HOUSEWORK WANTED BY THE __day.— Call 663. St. Joe Texaco first flight; station, and the site of the Webster City, is visiting Mrs. Fred Hint/.. Missi Zweifel is a former employe at the ' State bank 3iere. Girl Who Visited Here Gravely 111 . Miller, third. Tin: BROWNIES Ge °' . station. on the north side of the won twice'. The Jos - Fuhrmanns and Veron- Sunday, defeating the Kahoun ica . Fuhl 'mann, Chicago Heights, mates In high school here. Mrs. Harry Pelter got home Tuesday from Buffalo, N. Y., where she had spent several weeks with her sisler, Mrs. Kenneth Dennds Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, with a eon the score was 7-0 but was dose, 8-7, with winning in the last inning. A 4-YKAK-OI/l) F Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and!.Mrs. Hugo Mertz c Mrs. Perry Lowman were called it hand caught ''in a to Minneapolis Sunday by word machine one day last that a niece, Phyllis Hanley, H,|the thumb was cut off daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law- 1 rence Hanley, was critically sick at the state university hospital there. The patient was taken sick While she was visiting her grandmother. Mrs. John Nordstrom, here hist week, and Sunday night she was taken to Minneapolis She Ls thought to bo suffering from an infection in the Wood. Mrs. Hanley i s die former Kdith Nordstrom. _ ( . «•-> --.*, ^ ••t*i*'^u-ii. . icti J c-i-- ^ — j • «,..— «uiut -*--ri^uuin| »v 1 Lll fcv (9Ull Cafe, Sioux City. In the afternoon an ' ived Saturday for visits at Mrs. spent several weeks earlier in the • • - - J " h " lm ' 1 '- —' '•• • ... ^ u.i(.vsi.jiuuil .. , _ _ " •- — -..« « v *>A» w. "i'ljiji, u\rf»\iicn (» CCJVB tJtll lltJX 1 Jl Tilt at night it , n . i<u hrmann's and with other summer with their respective par- the locals ''elatives Mr. Fuhrmann is a son ents, Mayor and Mrs. C. G. Dennis , of Mrs. John Fuhrmann, and Ver- 'onica is her niece. The Chicago and Fuhrmann family are former St had Joe residents, threshing | Victor Backins, employed tion in one of his feet. Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. L. P Brethorst, Sexton, and when they went home Mrs. Felter accompanied them, returning via the Grey- at hound bu s lines. Mr. Dennis is a '.- garage foreman and a Silver King tractor representative. Oldtimer at Burt Under Nurses' Care Burt, July 2ti—Mrs. 0. F. Kraushaar, Northampton, Mass., arrived Sunday to visit her father, O. P. Mr.-rjonald, who has he-en seriously Kick at lii.s home here for some weeks. His son Cecil, Sioux City, the latter's wife, and the John McDonalds, Emmetsburg, were also here for the week-end. Miss C-ade, ft. N., WhiUbinore, and Helan Schwictert are caring for him. Mrs. Gillen Takes Oregon School Job Mrs. A. E. Michel has received card from Mrs. Winifred Gille saying that the latter will teac home economies at Klamalh Falls Ore., during the coming schoo year. Mrs. Gillen taught home economics in the local high schoo last year, and she has since at tended Ames college, where sh received her master's degree las week. Patient's Condition Serious. Lakota. July 26 — Mrs. Elme Junkerrneier, Buffalo Center hos pital patient following what was thought to be stroke, suffered early last week, is reported still is critical condition. Mr. Junkermeier's mother is caring for the baby. Cataract Cut from Eye. Corwith, July 26—W. R. Gardiner, manager of the Corwith Lumber Co., went to Mason City one day last week and had an operation for removal of a cataract on his right eye. HOSPITAL GENERAL. July 20—Norma Jean Hansel- mau. Lu Verne, tonsil-adeuoidec- toiny. July 27—Evelyn Pii-sig, Elmore, I =: a | :— I i EVERY FARMER in Kossuth County Is invited to see a REAL Combine Work The McCormick-Deering No. 60 Harvester-Thresher Will Be Demonstrated on the Chris Jensen Farm 41,4 MILKS WEST ON HIGHWAY IS AND ^ MILE SOUTH Saturday Afternoon, July 30 Here is the opportunity to see the McConuick-Deering 6-foot No. (>0 Harvester-Thresher work uudsr actual field conditions. See the quality of work it does regardless of the condition of the crop. See how clean it threshes. See how much grain it saves. See the value built into it. to solicit orders at this demonstration. Factory h 0 ; ' ' We wil1 be lucky if we can Set all the No 60 s this year that we need. We are hoi ling this demonstra- iS? m °fnrT e w y ° U that ihe Mc Cormick-Deering No. 60 is all we fnvStmpVtSr, WaU K- y °" to see ifc in action before y° u mak « an S von 1 1\£ combme ln the ^ture - this demonstration will help you get the most out of such an investment. Er^s^fsirsi- ass- a TZT; McCormick-Deering Store, Algona ^MfeMtllfWWl^^ Call 326. SALE-4-BURNER Piped for IA&P FOOD STORES -•'.,,. • ; OWNED AND OPERATED BV THE GRtAT •.ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY SALADA TEA— . --------5&-H). pits. ---------- .SALAIU (JR.KEX TEA ia-lb. pkg. ---------- 296 » ukon Clnb Assorted UKVKHAGES, on •I -M-oz. bots _____ Z&C I'lus Hottle Deposit Snri'ilih'il WHEAT, ]•>.«/. Ann I'nge Salad OHESSIXG, W. .far ..... HALL MASOJf /7 o FRUIT JARS. !t do/. / O C JAR S doz. Extra. Special! NORTHERN TISSUE "A Fine Bathroom Taper— Wneii-feed for Softness" 4 rolls 24c FOR SALE — 17.7-A'CRE FARM, well tiled, good soil and good buildings 2% miles east and % south of Wesley, $300 per acre.— Herman Dallman, Britt, la. 27p45-16 HOG FEEDING METHOD—PEED your own corn, plus Sargent Mineral Meat Meal. Results far better. Much cheaper. Get Information.— Anderson Grain nnd Coal 24(2)45 Co. FOR SALE—KOSSUTH COUNTY lnluil farms, 80 acres, good buildings; —M.' half sections n StlO and «iv, A Conund , Life is a conundrum and w,. ; , to give it up Man happens into , | lis gets married, learns how to run -, ,.., by that time has the rheumatism that he is no good. If he dies young was a great future ahead for him- if h jives to an old age he has missed hi s ca j! They say if we are good in tins world when we die we will go to a placo of C y ' lasting bliss. If we are bad we will KO To a place of everlasting blister. As f- „• ls L ing happy in this world is concerned''!* k what we haven't got and what we oxpect to get makes life worth living. Hard working people are happier than the idle rich if you ever find .happiness in anything' but useful work you will be the first man or woman to make the discovery. Women m always happy if they have their own wav and their way is the very best way to get along with them. k The man or woman that trios to live off trom their wits very often gets too witty and comes to grief. For peace of mind and a healthy body there is nothing equal to good hard' work Just now I am working 16 hours a day selling those 450 pairs of men's $3,00 oxfords at $1.47 a pair. It is not much work to sell them, but lots of work to find them to sell at that price. I wish I could find some more men's suits as good as ones we are now selling. Only about 100 left out of the 400 suits we got in two weeks ago. That was a real buy. Jimmie Neville $1.00 JIM Pure Cane Sugar 10 't 1 49c CUT RATE GROCERY 1 pkg.Whe'tiet 3 Ibs banana! 3 bars 17c Genuine Maison JAR CAPS Dozen 19 C Double Lipped JAR RINGS 2 dozen PEN-JEL or SURE-JELL 23c MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing Pt. jar25c CRISCQ NAPHTHA - n , on. 8 Fancy COOKIES FBUTSIP COLD DRINK 8 oz. bottles ___9 C Fancy Long Thread COCOANUT Sugared Orange Slices Lb. I0c XYDOL Selected Hardwood Clothespins Dozen3 C Country Roll BUTTER 21b, roll _--- PORK & BEANS 1AVASOAP 3 bar« large Sunkist LEMONS Dozen __ 27c Suuklst ORANGES Lrg, size, doz. Bed Bipe TOMATOES Tender Leaf TEA gr. m, POTATOES New Home Grown CABBAGE Special Prices on No, 10 Fruit MT f| • ""^^^^^flWHPPBHBWIillBP^^^^ 1 ^ Where Price and Quality

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