Want Ads- HAMPSHIRE BOARS FOR SALE. —Mike Loss, Algona. 8tfu ADTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. SuSOtf FOR SALE —WHITE RICE POP- corn. New crop.—Ed Mawdsloy, Irvlngton. ' 10p8-9 FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS.— P. M. Christenson, Lono Rock. COUNTY AftVANCm ALQQNA, IOWA JUNIORS' PLAY TO BE STAGED FRIDAY NIGHT Plot .Based on Story of Match King Who Killed Self. LECTURER WANT TO BUY—EAR CORN.—C. R. Schoby, Algona, phone 28F31. 10p8 SALE—mjROC BOARS AND gilts.—Geo. Kohl, Algona, phone 20F11- lips FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA male pigs.—Geo. W. Hildman, Wesley. 9pg _ 9 SALE—P A play will be presented by the ~.Rh school in the auditorium next week Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The plot is based on a story In circulation at the time of tile suicide of Ivan Kruegar, the Swedish match king and financial juggler i It was rumored that he had only | faked his suicide, having in fact gone to South Amerisa to live incognito In luxury. This Is a play without a herlone, but Jo Ellen Irelan lias the leading feminine part, that of Karen Andre, defendant in a murder trial. Prosecuting attorney Flint is played by Jack Chrischilles; de-, fensc attorney Stevens by Edgar Schmiel. Others In the cast are : Betty Scanlan, William Paetz, Vir-! MARKETS hvy., 200-200 ________ —$7.20 hvy., 290-326 .......... $7.10 Cocks, Under Ibs. 6 Cocks, over 4% Ibe. _____ . _____ 7< Geese, live _____________ .... _____ $ Hens, 4 to 6 Ibe. ___ . ...... ....10 HOGS Best light butch., 180-200 $6.90-7.00 Med. Med. Butchers, 326-360 $7.00 Butchers, 350-400 $6.80 Packing sows, 275-350 $6.75 Packing sows, 400-500 ..$6.60 Packing sows, 500-550 j$6.50 CATTLE Canners and cutters $2.60-3.75 Stock eteers $5.00-7.00 FVit yearlings $6.50-7.50 Fat steers $7.50-8.60 Fat cows -— $4.00-4.50 Lu Verne, Nov. 9—A marriage Veal calves $5.00-8.00 of interest to friends of the bride , u " s $4.00-5.25 groom here was that of Mary Al I GRAIN ice McDonald to Harry Hoepner No. 2 yellow corn (old) 33%c October 3 at Des Moines. Harry No. 2 yellow corn (new) 32c elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Will- No. 2 white oats ig c 'am Hoepner, Lu Verne, is a grad- No. 2 rye .. 2 9c I ua t° of the local high school. He No. 2 yellow aoy beans 60c wen t into radio work soon after Springers, over 6 Ibs. ......... 12 Springers, 4 to 5 _. ii .. A _. ____ _iOc Springers, under 4 Ibs. ------ i._.8 Leghorn springers _.._ _______ ,..8 Hens over 6 Ibs. _____ __i...____12< Hens, under 4 Ibs. ____ . _______ 8 Leghorn hens _______ ___________ 8 ... DUcks, live, 4% Ibs. ____ ^_, ___ 8 Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. _____ 6' Former Lu Verne Boy Weds at Des Moines EGOS graduation, and for some years . Hauptly, Wesley. 10p8-10 FOR SALE—PUREBRED, healthy Duroc Jersey boars, immune.—A. C. Carlisle, Whlttemorc. llpS FOR SALE ^ DUROC JERSEV boars.—Roy Ringsdorf, 4 miles east, 3% miles south, Burt. 12p2tf FOR SALE—PUREBRED SPOT- ted Poland China boars. — Mike Arend, half mile east, % north of Burt. 16p8-9 FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA boars, vaccinated.—Louis Greinert, one mile southwest of Whittemore. .. IS THE Rev. H. B. Street, who was a Baptist missionary cash creatn No. 1 No. 16c Hennery,., OA O w , as heal ' d ov er WHO as bass vloi No. 1 " "" «,° P layer In the Oklahoma Outlaws No. 2 ^ " I" ic° Tho bride ' the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. L. C. McDonald, Cincinnati Is a graduate of the schools there. „„„ The couple are living at Topaka Sweef 23c,Kans., where Mr. Hoepner is .in aweet 2 6c radio work. --- Lloyd Spear, Banwart, Betty Merritt, ^ „.„«;,„ Matern, James Neville, Donald Smith, Bonnie Bonar, Edw. Gilmore, Verna Krieps, Ellen Johnson. Perry Owen, and Walter Hicks. A jury of 12 to be chosen froi the audience on the night of th performance will hear the evidenc and render a verdict. Some, we known Americans who served o the jury for a professional per formance of the same play wer Jack Dempsey, James Roosevel Rirardo Cortex, Babe Ruth, an Helen Keller. Russell I tonight at the local Baptist church. Patricia \ - FARM LOANS—41/2%, NO COM- mission. Can close your loan promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Ale° na : iipso-s SEE ANDY HOLTZBAUER FOR butchering. Plenty of experi- —' Lutherans are to Stage Conference Here Next Sunday A "centennial' meeting of eran congregations in the Aiwa; FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE boar.—Orlan Rutledge, 4 miles north tmd 2% miles west of 4.1- gona. 13 g ROOMS - IF YOU WANT TO find a suitable room in Algona, make known your wants in this section of the Advance. vJSED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm machinery. Tell Advance farm readers what you have for sale. 3-1 tf TWO-BURNER PERFECTION kerosene cook stove for sale at half price. Used less than three months.—Ask Advance. gtf FOR RENT—ONE LARGE ROOM and kitchenette, suitable for light housekeeping or Bleeping room.— 2H E. Call St., .phone 878. 18(21)8 ...„,. . 1V-J , ^j, ( , L UAJJU1J- •-•—r-.-.v.v.i.»>i m L i nr J\ J i^ij :j ence.—At Barry's, or call 719-W ' circuit will be hold Sunday 2-3 13p8 ' m , n "' m - !lt th e local Triiiitj _ j Lutheran church. Fourteen con T1 """ Ki-egations will be represented and some 125 persons are expected to attend. Among sneake.-s wil be the Rev. E. J. Otto, of' Wes Bend, the Rev. Louis WHtonlHirg Lu Vonie, tlic Rev. Waltar Wag nor, Emmetsburg. and tho Rev P. J. Braner. local pastor. Tho of• icfal visitor of the synod, the Rev. R. W. Kubelitz. Pen ton. will preside. Women of tho local congregation wil serve free lunch to nil. In a recess period after tile alternoon session, W. 0. Dau will entertain with moving pic'u-os taken on a trip in the West. The public is also invited to attend sessions of the centennial meeting. Child Has Operation. Little Adel, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Herbst, had ffn-D Q\TT-. ™, an 0 P era tion on her jaw Tuesday run. jsAUk—KNAMELED DRESS- afternoon at Dr. M G Bourne's of er, a radio a girls' bicycle. — ficc. She had had the flu more Mrs. Howard Vinson. Algona. than a week, and a gland became 13(2) infected and had to be lanced. She FOR SALE—PUREBRED YEAR ling Duroc boar.—E. B. McCor kle. phone 21F2, Algona. 12p8 FOR SALE — NORTHERN SEAL fur coat, very good condition size 14, price, $15.— Inquire at Advance office 15u8 YOU CAN HAVE AUTOMATIC hout with your present furnace. Get latest information by writing Green-Colonial, Engineering Dept Moines. (8) FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish A new improved method guarantee- tag satisfaction.—Cowan Building * Supply Co. 38t f ...vu LU u^ JtliUjCU. Ol-lc Ls in bandages, but is doing well. Minnesotans Married Hero. Frank W. Pittman, Kasota, Minnesota, and Josephine Ostad, S Peter, Minn., were married at th Trinity Lutheran parsonage her Friday afternoon, the Rev. P. J Braner officiating. Stephen Mill or and Lyle Beard, Algona, wer witnesses. The CARTWRIGHT Parade 25(J SISALKRAPT PAPER — COVER doors, put around foundations. Will help ekep your home warm. Very inexpensive.—P. S. Norton & Son, phone 229. RAWLEIGH ROUTE now open in east Emmet and northwest Kossuth counties. Real opportunity foi nan who wants permanent, profit- ible work. Start promptly.—Write Rawlelgh's, Dept. IAK-10-K, Fi-ee- )ol> t. HI. 30pS FOR SALE—PUREBRED CHES- ter White boars, cholera immune. Two Oxford rams.—S. A. Gardner, 2 miles north Intersection 18 and 169, % mile west. 20p8-9 HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- o |£T UOQ or Ktrai Sht term. Title - btlA loans low interest rates no commission. Loans for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass-n. 1'GuStf RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO call on farmers in Kossuth coun- IV. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 «. day — Write McNESS CO., Dept S Free- Port, Illinois. 1 wish to express my appreciation for the splendid support given me by my friends in the recent general election. L. A. Winkel COUNTY ATTORNEY •iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ CUT RATE' GROCERY OUR TRU-VALUE POLICY! The Best Possible Groceries ... "' With the Best Possible Service . . At the Lowest Possible Prices ... Consistent With Good Merchandising Bananas Hnrd Yellow Fruit SLI,S 25C POTATOES Garden Kim PEAS 3 No. 2 cans _ 23c —————_ l-Lb. Tall Cans Fruit Cocktail 2 cans 25c Golden Bantam CORN 3No.2cans__23c ——— . 14-Oz. Tall Cans PINEAPPLE 2 cans 23c "Standby"—that means Mar. tlia Gale's pet version of the most JUNIOKISH striped woolen extant; and your stand-by for a host of important occasions from game to dusk. Cartwright detail nud dyed-to-match colors ... Gingerbread, Watersp rite, Moonmist, Sixes 11-13-15 $1 8 .7S ~-*~» CLUB PAPER TO READ, speech to give, anything to bind for keeping, briefs or notes to preserve? Oet a handsome colored brief and I report filing cover, letterhead aiae. at the Advance office for IOc. HEEL LATCH SHOES~ A COM- fort shoe, yes. But with everything in style and beauty. Special snug-heel construction. Come in and inspect late arrivals. — seosky-a SEU YOUR NKAJtKST KKAL ESTATK DKALKH for information about attractive farms in your locality for sale on easy terms by the First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago- or communicate with W. F Urnun' P ,'Jn?^ hl Iowa> Fieldm an, or Harold Oldham, Iowa Sales Supervisor 4229 Beaver Crest Drive, Des Moines. STEADY WOIIK for experienced farmer over 28 years old. Must be dependable oirn a car aud willing to work Good pay every week. Iu applying for this job, give age, experience and state whether you. have a oar. Write to Box 400, care Ad- vaace. FURS lorgeous high quality ""ur Coats, styled by viarshall & Swift on display at our store SATURDAY, NOV. 12 A good Fur Coat is a sensible investment. These coats are always satisfactory. Mr. Woolworth, representing Marshall & Swift, will be in charge of this sale. There will be some Very Special bargains. Buy now and enjoy the winter in Pur Comfort. The Elite Shop Texas Seedless, doz. Corn or Gloss STARCH 15c Calumet Baking Powder 1-Lb.Can 21c OATMEAL 5-lb. bag 4 o • Quick or regular I OC Heinz CATSUP ,14-oz. bottle _17c Bulk GREEN TEA ilb RICE 3 Ibs. _______ 13c SOAP CHIPS 5 lb. box ____ 29c the soap of beautiful women Bar 5c BUTTER Country Boll Lb. 2B/2C Corn Fed Sirloin or Round Steak, lb 29c No. 1 Cream Cheese, lb t ___16c Morrell's Lard,21b 8 . -_21c Sugar Cared Bacon Squares, lb. _12ic Boneless Pork Butts, lb. 22c Pork Loin Roasts, lb. Morrell's Sliced Bacon, lb. ___ Rg.Bologna lb 16c Oc'n Perch lb. 19c READ THE mum CITYAHS STRAIGHT FOR 0.0, P, Swea City, Nov. 9—At the election here Tuesday there were 436 votes cast, 163 of which were straight republican and 93 were democratic. For Senator, Dickinson led Gillette by 15 votes, 219-204, Wil- .f Kr-iwofiel by ft .larger glft, 238*139. CMlchrlBf polled the highest vote receiving Zfl t6 Eveland's 129 Jesslfr Parker' Jed Lucy Hall, 247146. Pot representative the VOIP Waa 236 for Sokvf, 160 for kohl*««* Couhty candidates who received the highest votes were Hovev 248 Qelgel, Mr . Thorpe, aSs' Bocker. 214; .White, 239 ( MerrlU,' 276. "INDIAN SUMMER". . . A , a ,e 8 uu, we find overstocked it »A^«^*4-»«i I^VXATA*T«<^«^ . . . AS a result, we find on i overstocked with seasonable fall merchandise. WE ARE DETERMiN heav V it quickly, in two days if possible, at prices which cannot b* J ,. EDto| «o»» FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ed SPORT CO ATS Strictly feminine in ncw bl , tones . . .heavy wooio,,. *u 8 jew «l-'l pelthe'coldes^blTast, thatWi!! *l of winter . , . in style ___J Your "Hit Parade" of DRESSES Yes ... the same "keyed up" dresses you've had your eyes on for the past few days. Dresses that are actually worth in many instances up to $5.00. We're ready to admit, you've out waited us . . . and so, out £O OO they go at -------------- 9£«OQ v Lavishly FURRED COATS Looking for something startlingly new, flattering, high colored? . . . here your search ends. Here, where style is "Queen" and price is "King". No less than the most beautiful &4 M AC* $14.85 coats in town for The nicest fall DRESSES and we mean just that, colors, fabrics and details. Values to $7.95 _ Nicer styles, $3.88 You too Mister . . . Get in on these O'COATS We can't take it ... Too much Indian Summer. The result . . . we're offering you a $15.00 value in an y man's language. _Raglans, Polos, Balmaac- ans, and others in the season's smartest patterns em oo and colors $1 UiOO PURE SILK HOSE We sold over 200 pairs during our Anniversary sale . . . and now we've reordered more for Friday and Saturday. No wonder. It's the lowest price we'-i ever heard of for ~mm this quality. Pair _ ~ _ 37C «'*!; GO A grand assortment nf O t«i ors. Specially ° f Styles «* 4 priced ^—-- 44C| 'ARCTic'lKTsum Suits for every member of the • • • sizes up to 20. Bright ch P , on, All war mly fleeceg l ' ^ e ;^ lined. Everybody skiis $4,95 FLANNEL PAJAMAS BalbrJggans and Tuck stitch too for those chilly nights. These '* worth $1.00 or more maybe they'll move at so Children's Shoes Formerly $1.98 to $2.49 2 days only ___________ '_ One Group Ladies' Shoes Values regularly to $2.98 One Group Ladies' Shoes Values regularly A A n- to $3.98 SZ.DD Men's Dress Shoes Our regulanlow price $2.49 . . genuine Goodyear welt . . . leather soles Men's 4-Buckle O'Shoes Heavy duty all r rubber or cashmerette,, ; Heavy corrugated sole. £4 AA Made to last _ $ I iOw BACK FROM MARKET! , WITH THE - (I Newest IN WOMEN'S APPAREL In Chicago market, we found exception^ value., qual- ily and price, in Coats - Dresses - Accessories We .elected only the P ick of ^ ^ ^ Beginmng tomom>w ^^^ ^^ ^ " IT "^ fad ^^ eUe in *** Come see these .martly drfferent fa.hio n .. n^ ^ ^ , ye been asking and waiting for. You mu.t .ee e« » ew ,„ d»c mdivid»a%. Be among the late.t Fall and Winter arrivaU. to their the C Mstensen Bras. Co.
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