Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1938 · Page 7
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TOtMOtl WHO CANNOT BE WITH YOU- SAY LONG DISTANCE LOWEST REDUCED LONG DISTANCE RATES will apply ALL DAY Christmas and New Year's—as well as on the Monday holidays which follow. These reduced daytime rates will save you as much as 40 per cent of the regular day rate on long distance calls within the United States and to Canada. These are the same low rates that apply every Sunday, for a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR MISS MORGAN, FORMER HURT TEACHER, LOW Burt, Dec. .20—Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dlttmer spent Friday at Ames, where Arle's aunt, Phoebe Morgan, Is now low at her brother Clarence's. Miss Morgan Is a former BUrt resident and teacher, and she taught at Sheldon many years. She was a teacher at Goldfleld when W. C. Dewel, Advance publisher, /was a schoolboy there 60 years ago. She suffered a breakdown n year or two ago and had to give up teaching. Miss Morgan usually: - , ,,,_ Tl , . . spent her summers here and IB mother Mrs. Bert McCorkles lost f. Slgftbee and Mr. Stewart ' All 13 member* of Portland Peppy Pftla FoUr-H club met .Saturday with Virginia and. Mary Jan* ice McWhorter, Mra. Ruth fieaton- Hicks, county home demonstration agent, attended and reviewed next year's 4-H project," which will be on home efficiency. She Inter- preted'It as "learning to do work we do not like quickly In order to have more time to do work that wo like." Mrs. Hlcka also talked on posture, courtesy, and music, and She demonstrated convenient kitchen articles which are appropriate /to malce for 4 J H fair booths. Martin Becker was named leader; Mra. Tom Trenary, assistant. The retiring leader IB Mrs. F. A. Hlngsdorf, who was a most successful leader last year. Mrs. Ray McWhorter attended a. Plum Creek club meeting at her Mrs. club well known In the Burt and Good Hope communities. Party for Methodist Stewards— The stewards and the wives or husbands had a potluck supper at week Wednesday. Ray McWhorter spent last week Thursday and Friday at Britt, attending a state vegetable growers' convention. Earl McKlnnon Jr., Hollywood, SBC-MOW nre department ihatt the payment, in Iftb6* ot wise of any poll U*. *n« chief of the flre departft?*"! «h*n : oft I* of. The may purchase an accident.flol ey tot each flyman, covering tht• tljoe mt any flre and etolnfr to and returning therefrom, and pay for »uch £> oiit of the fire maintenance fund parsonage Friday Calif., nephew of Mrs L^o Bray- v ? wc,. • -- ' .jc^iiv^, 13. It shall b«i unlawful to hinder or Interfere with any »f- flcer or fireman In the performa.ne* of his duty at a flre. or goln* t* W returning from a flf* or wMI* at« tndlng to his duties as a »*rnb*r et the flre department. SECTION 14. It shall be for any person, drayman, man, teamster or other person to **fuse to assist In hauling or t*TT5*f»* any engine, ho»e cart, hook *»<S **«» der truck, or other apparatus, t» *ay flre. SECTION IS. It ShaH t« **HT* ful to neglect or refus* to ***J*t >J»* firemen. In their dull** at »-»»y SU*. when called upon to <Se> ** by »>* chief of the Ore deparfcraeat «vr assistant acting In his plat*. SECTSION 1 K- Fir* «sjutp!JH3)t sJ»»M shall have the right cf -»r*y *» a3S streets In going to * Sr*v. «.J*S *T*ry wagon, cart. draj-. Mey«S«, stM cvcle, automobile, —— — ~* vehicle of «>T building way be committed ft»* wntA costs are f thirty daya. $1U Ordinance Number , _»f €!h»j>t*r Nine (9) ol *3i* C3ty <vf Alswm, tomu be and the Attending- Mr and Mr? !ton - ls nwk'ng » stay of indefinite i d lateijf draw ap'to the «n* *«• ««. Auenamg. mr. ana tan. ^^ ^^ ^^ re , at , veg He , s ; slde of llH ._» lr?M *» A j^,^ ^ evening. A. G. Voleivtlne, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. /Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, the W. J. Lockwoods, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahllng, son Billie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mrs. i Lillian Sheldon, Harold and Lulu Hawcott. Hobson. Mrs. Brayton's brother's son and is a member of the marine reserves. ? p^f He visited the high school at Burt; street MI last week Wednesday. Swantsn, il>* fire «^tijpjnctit Js , (walks and airsty frton ti* street 3a- {Dinner Honors Anniversary— Tho Lutheran Aid gave a dinner In the church basement Sunday noon in honor of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck. Outside Invited guests included Mra. Kueck's moth-! er, Mrs. Heldenwlth, Mr. and Mrs. j Maynard Kueck, Whittemore, and; ^^"EC'TION A I. The fire department Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. ; shall be under sis control arid scp- • ' ervlsion of the council. c,. ,.„•,, : SECTIOX i- Tae mayor, at the first Students I Ollie Home— j regu!ar meeting of sfce couacil UfAp- OHDIXA.XCE >0. 237 , SECTIOS 1T , lt AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR to park or 3«*T* «*a«»s stsy «TLgwa, THE ORGANIZATION AND GQV- Jean, dray. bjcyf>, TO'j*Wf.rcl*, *at»- ERNMENT OF THE FIRE DE- njob-n*. awter T-rtilt-te- ©r vehiae ct . S3BCTWSS St. TM* Ordlrance shal « 1J> tors* »»4 *fl*ct from and after and publication as pro*-A. ajftfl ipa«sitsj by the City «>t Ito* C3ty «t Algona. Towa, hly InflatnnrmbU) liable to flre/ *Hd to end&Rgre* 1 &fog*fty, bstruetftfnfc to>of=on . .. 193S. ADAH CARU5ON, :3tj-O*rJt of the Clly of Algona, Iowa AjMwwved by me this 15th day of PARTMENT OF THE CITY OF !a^j- jjini la front <rf tl* ftre depart- i ALGONA. IOWA; PROVIDING : meat fcciMius; or fritMn nrenty f«t '. PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLA- ; o f the emtnuice of said VaiMlwt. TION THEREOF AXD REPEAL- ' S ING ORDINANCE NO. THREE <S> ! f or i-\-c< *^rj * DTC*D VI XT I.- r~lT* flST r-TT" V • ». OF CHAPTER NINE OF TKE CITT OF ALGONA. IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BT THE CITT OCNCIL OF THE CITY O¥ -VL- o* the entrazioe of saii SECTIOX IS. It «i«H i* rehirj* ol any 3cii>d, driven by oEioers or *in-, af tbe raimicijuaitr -wlwise ! H is to tw at fires, to «nt«r Ihe 3 la -wiilch the Sre depajtmeint \ Mayor cf the City of Algtjna, lowiu Gl AN ORJJ1X.VXCK >0. 2X8 ORDINAXCS PROVIDING visit his brother Walter, and department JscJ-u Wednesday went on to Cedar Falis 5 r? r j"^ ry - v' 7 * 5 ,*'"";'^ 2 to c-pf hl= pnlisin Karhrvn F.lvirtpp. c V : f.f sr ^".^ *^5. -t ?l S y . to hU rou<iin Kathrvn Flvid^e nls cousin, Katnr>n t-nioge. and other Burt young people the holidays here. all the fire equipment has left bJock oa its WATT to the fire, SECTJOX IS. Tl^t the driver of anr veiicJe other th&a or.e oa oSiplal sot folioir tny fire ap- txaveling In response to a •closer th&a flve bnndred -. _rire into, or p&rk such: a presidect, I vehicle, within three hundred feet of ad a&sislaat • -n-ijere the fire apparatus his stop• tbe raemivers ; ped in answer to a fire alarm, shall bold -of- ] SECTIOX re. It shall be unlawful for So? fc- c.=* year unSe&s removed lor j to cut. deface, destroy or injure any Ci-jse t>- rote ol tbe department or hose, wires, poles, signal boxes, or ••;•:•• ^rcer of tie cocsciL ( nr other property or fixtures belong- Sc.CTION S- The chief shall be the i c e to or connected with the fire de, „ to or connected with the fire de- ci:cer highest in_co=imapd. aad next ; partment or the fire alarm system, or or cause to be given or alarm of flre. o i TIT i x* j j —- • — —--.. ^*~.*~k. .« •'•••... ^ UV . H . uw . i3c.wiiv-r.~H -i- It shall be unlawful bamuel_Black, Nevada, and £..s:e c;~:if shall ^desigzate, shall assume to drive or ron any automobile, dray. {tragon, truck, locomotive, train or S. 0. Black Has Operation— Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Ditliner. tseir ir._.c.j=.^a=d shaU be the assistact j give or make, or OB tie daughter ^*ani6v B^^^k "-f'- : ~-- s—c »ti ^•" t r aosence or poto. ^ made, any~ false al; .^^..^1 -ol.^l. x*-^_J. 1 T-r.;_ "r~r ^ e ." 5!** . . .' .. • 1 SECTIOX *1~ It 4. The 6re department j cars, or other vehicle, across, along eonsiEt of a chief of the fire ] or upon acv flre hose. Black, De,s Moiaes, le't Mo--idi;.- for e.o=i_nia=<£_ of the^ department. Cache. Oila., called by news tiat the father. S. 0. Black. vr i; :o rare itparunent. an assistant chief and; "SECTION !i* SiVmbers of the fire an operation. Mr. B'ci Jorza-srS" a Toiumeer Sre company of as many j company shall not go beyond the city lived near Bur £r-==£r. as the council shall fix. from limits with the fire apparatus or any 1 "=* to time, by resolution, but at pa rt thereof for parades or display rii-noi-lian i vi-ifn- w • r« no time £b2U tbe department have j without the consent of the Mayor. i,unuuian i> ti.-uor Here— jr,,^ than twenty members. The; SECTION :3. The Chief of the Fire Gilbert Johnson, o* SiS£.a:che- voiunieer fire department, as exist- | Department or assistant who shall R-DL.ES AXT> REGULATIONS FOR FIRB INSPECTIONS PRESCRIBING FRBX1\T7TIONS AGAINST FIRE. CONSTRUCTION OP CHIM- NET FLUES, USE OF COMBPST- IBLE MATERIAL^ THE KINDLING, MAINTAING OR ASSISTING IX MAINTAINING ANT BONFIRE OR OTHER EXPOSED FIRE WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE CITY, PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF AND REPEALING ORDINANCE XUMBER TWO (!) OF CHAPTER NIXE (9) OF THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AL- GOXA. IOWA: Section 1. The Chief of the Flre Department of the City of Algona, Iowa, shall, as often as may be necessary. Inspect all buildings, flre escapes, standpipes, premises and pub- ?tre Dapartmeht «1. -- --to be removed or remedied, order shall forthwith be ri --- v --> with by the owner or bccUpant of such premises or building, and It shall be unlawful for the owner of occupant of any such Premises or building to fall to comply with such an order from the Chief of the Fire Department. Section S. The service of any such order shall be made upon the occupant of the premises to whom .it IB directed by either delivering a true copy of same to such occupant personally, or by delivering the same to and leaving It with any person In charge of the premises, or In case no such person Is found upon the premises by affixing a copy thereof In a conspicuous place oh the door to the entrance of the said premises; whenever It may be necessary to serve such an order upon the owner Of tm premls&s, such order may be served either by delivering to and leaving with the said person a true <cOpy • ol the said order, or. if such- owner'.Is absent from. the Jurisdiction of the officer making tho order, by mailing such copy to the owner s last knowt postofflce address. , Section 4. A record shall be kep at the Flro Department of each building examined by the Chlof o the Flre Department and a brie statement of the condition of sucl premises and the orders or : recom mendatlons made with reference ti the same. ' , , maintain or assist In maintaining Section 5. No person shall kindle any bonfire or other exposed fir within the flre limits of the City o Algona, Iowa. ... Section 6. No person shall kindle, maintain or assist Ir. .maintaining any bonflre or other exposed flre within the corporate limits of the Citv of Algona, Iowa, and outside of the fire limits of said City within twenty-five feet of any building. Section 1. No person, firm or corporation shall keep, store or cause to be kept or stored any empty boxes, waste paper, straw, hay, shavings or ther combustible rubbish or material of any kind In any store or building, or upon any street, or In any alley, or upon any premises owned by them or under their control except that empty boxes and barrels may be stored In basements or other rooms If rffiW"WMmH.JwttU«* or any ttMM ^jfri^TC/A** M V> W°6den . 8eetl6n*10. /MM Chief of the Flro jeplirtment shall at all time* have he HgWt to inter fifty theatre, or ther place of 'amusement, and all arts thereof, at ar.y reavonable time, nd especially when occupied by the >ubll0i In order to^ Inspect the tame or the,purpose.6r preventing fires .nd fdr th*ipurpose of inspecting the flre apparatus. In such theatre or •lace of amusement and It shall be iftlawiul for any person to refuse admission t» such,orTI«er to any such building. ..,i<' Section 11. All persona usrng a a ,»<l alter r <H lions tC»£ ftt(itl » * o at by A D AMERICAN from n coach "or" 11 chimney flues shall baskotb-ill hn. v, « '"' -burned whole brjok, , r", l ' biiseba 'l, trie) ens than four Inches "' [|lcl . "very major'iS lic thoroughfares for the purpose of ascertaining and causing to be corrected any conditions liable to cause fire, or any violations of the provisions of any Ordinance of the City affecting the flre hazard. Sectior 2. Whenever the Chief of the Fire Department, or any member of the Flre Department, shall in the judgment of the Chief of the Flre Department they are so stored stove In any i house, store, shop or other buildings Within the City, shall ihve 1 a metal plate 'or platform of stone, brick, sheet-Iron, zinc or earth under said stove and extending at east six Inches beyond that part of the lower plate that fronts the door of said stove i and all Stove pipes at i their .Intersection with any . floor, lartlllort or'celling through which :hey passv shall ,be .made to pans through an earthen or tin ventlator, or other flreproof material, and shall je at last six Inches above and beyond the partition of the building through which they pass. Section 12. No stovepipe .or metal chimney flue shall be permitted to pass through the roof, window or side of the house or building, unlcsH special permission be granted by resolution of the City Council. Section 13. All chlmney< flues shall be built Of well-bu the<:walls not.lesS. ...„..».., -« thick/and the Inside surface well ercu in fiction covered with a coat of plaster. And where said flues shall pass through the ridge of the roof they shall project . not less than: two feet above" the ridge of the roof, and when such flues shall • pass : through the slope of the' rOof, they shall project not less than three feet from the roof of the building In which the same am built, measuring from the top of the chlmrey to the^nearest point of tho roof. '••." "" Section 14. No person shall set flre to any chimneys for the purpose I of cleaning, the same,'except In tho ' day time, nor then, unless It Is rain- Ing or there Is snow on the roof of the house. v< Section 15. The Chief of tho Flro Department shall be allowed fifty cents (50c) per hour for the time he Is employed in performing his duties as Flre Inspector of the City of Algona, Iowa. . Section 16. Any person violating or falling to comply with any of tho provisions of this ordinance shall bo " 'y of. a misdemeanor-and upon etlon thereof shall be flned In any sum not exceeding One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), or be Imprisoned for a term not exceeding thirty days. Whenever the fine and costs Impose'! for the violation of this ordinance iv, Ull l arllc guilty convic flying, science, t. animals, are well stirring stories ' THE AMERICAN BOl all newsstands at 15c». scrlptlon prices are 11 »i year or $3.00 f or thr« subscribe simply send ,„ address and remittance I AMERICAN BOY, 7 Blvd., Detroit, Mich. Small Up to $S •IN AlTOOIIIll are not paid, the person convicted may be committed to jail until the ____ „,,„ ............ -„ ----------as not to Increase the danger of flre. I flne and cosrs are paid, not exceeding Section 8. No person, within the corporate limits of this* City; shall stack or keep in'a stack, any hay, oats, wheat, straw, or other grain or fodder, within'sixty (60) feet of any house or other building used .as a dwelling or for merchantile pur- thirty days. Section 17. or corporation In c,ase.a person, firm rrqase .falls or refuses to obey orders made with ^reference to the condition of any building or premises owned by them or under their control, as provided In the fore- wan. visited 'roni las: -sre^s Tuesday to Sunday z.-. WIKard Stcrsr's. The Russell Rjchardsoas. Fores: City, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. v,-ere also Sundav cir.^-r CTJ^SI Willard's. b*rship thereof shall be subject to the approval of the council. Any male citizen of the munclpallty over twenty-one years of age, and who nrorks within the corporation limits, shall be eligible to membership. i SECTION 5. All vacancies In the School Teacher* Entertained— '- fire department except the chief shall ir_ „„,; \r ' r r- o - i . be filled by the members of the flre .Mr. ^a .Vrs. J. tr. b€ n '.ck enter- , department by election, subject to tamed tbe school 'acuity and the the approval of the council. wive^ at 7 o'clock dinner in the ! SECTION 6. If any fireman refuses -,!-,„ ~ c- . j or neglects to attend any flre, with- ecje=ce room Saturday ut s SbmittIng a sufficient and sat- sh j ]1 be the flre department . have command at any flre, or the this ordinance but the mem- I Mayor, or any three councilman, evenina-. To Missouri for Holidays — Mrs. Lo"ie Isenberger left Tuesday for Missouri Valley to spend ' the holidays Tnt'a her daughter, Mrs. Henry Anderson. DANCE Tuesday, December 27 ST, JOE PARISH HALL MOE GAYETTE AND HIS NIGHT HAWKS I'atient is : Mrs. Carl Reynolds, who has ^been seriously ill -with pneumonia, • is much improved. j Other Bnrt News. I Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel re| turned Friday from Winfield, |Kans., where they had visited relatives. They came home by way of Grinnell and brought up their daughter Eleanor for the Christmas holidaysj Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle visited D. D. Clapsaddle at Algona Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle attended a party given by the Pratt Electric Co. at the Chrome that evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Watts, Mr. and Mrs. F. Franks, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schweiger, all of Do\vs .spent the week-end at George Worden's and sel'B. the Rev. Geo. H. Wes COc Men lOc Ladles Mr. nd Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton, were Saturday evening supper guests of the L. A. and W. W Boettchers. The Epworth League has pre sented the public library with a copy of The Rediscovery of Man by Link. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson at- ided an osteopathic clinic staf leeting at Algona Monday even ig. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle recently had is house in north Burt insulated ew doors hung, and repairs made Dr. and Mrs] W. L. Tindall, Wo en, were supper guests Tuesda vening at Dr. B. K. Bahnson's. Dorothy Brooke, Morningside col ege student, came home Saturda or the Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna Money In a Hurry When You Need It! You con borrow $50 up to pay taxes, insurance, medical, dental and hospital bills, lor business or other needs, with your oar as collateral—and keep right on using your oar Low monthly payments arranged to fit your income P. J. KOHLHAAS Loans :: Insurance Algona Telephone 22 666 relloves COLDS, FETER AJTD Liquid. Tablets HEADACHES Salve. Nose Props due to Colds Try "Bub-My-Tlsiu," a Wonderfu LinJiiient. factory excuse to the chief of the re department, or shall neglect or efuse to do his duty as a fireman, obey the orders of the chief or is proper commanding officer, or hall leave his post of duty at a flre vithout permission of .the chief or fficer In charge, or violate or Ignore ny rule or regulation established oy council, he shall be subject to xpulsion from the tire department, Ither by action by the chief of the •e department or by the council. SECTION 7. The council may dopt such 1 rules and regulations in egard to the flre department, not ncor.sistent with the ordinances, or he laws of the state, as the council hall deem advisable. SECTION 8. The flre department may adopt such constitution, rules .nd regulations, not Inconsistent vith the ordinances or the laws of he state, as the members deem advisable, but such constitution, rules and regulations, or changes In such onstltution, rules and regulations,• before being effective, shall be approved by the council. SECTION 9. The flre department ihall be under the control and dlrec- lon of the chief of the flre department or, In his absence, shall be under the control and direction of he next ranking officer. Upon an alarm of flre the members of the flre department shall proceed immedlate- y to the place of flre, with the nec- assary apparatus In their charge, and there work and manage the same under the direction of the chief, or officer in command, and use such apparatus, In the most effective manner until the fire Is extinguished and shall not move therefrom except by permission of the officer in command, and on such permission they shall return the fire apparatus to Its place of occupancy. SECTION 10. Members of the department shall commit to memory may direct the fire department to cut down or remove any building, or erection of fence for the purpose of arresting the progress of any fire, and to the same end, the Chief or any person in command at any fire, may. with the advice and concurrence of three members of the City Council, blow up or cause to be blown up with dynamite or otherwise any building or erection for checking the progress of any fire. SECTION 24. It shall be the duty of the chief of the fire department to exercise 1 a constant supervision over the fire department apparatus and buildings belonging to the city and used for flre purposes, and shall see that the same are always kept in good order and repair and that the fire trucks, engines, hose hylrants, and ladders are always rea'dy for Immediate use. He shall attend all fires which may occur in the city and all orders given by him at any fire to any assistant, or other member of the company, shall be strictly obeyed. In the absence of the chief or his inability to act, his duty shall be performed by the assistant highest In rang present. In case the chief and his assistants are absent then the duties of such- officers shall devolve upon the Jayor or the Chairman of the Fire department Committee. SECTION 25. It shall be the duty of the Chief of the Fire Department o examine monthly the condition of all fire apparatus and buildings for storing the same and report on the ast Saturday of April and the last Saturday of October of each year to the Council the condition and amount of all flre apparatus, and a list of names of all members of the department and shall recommend such- supplies as may be necessary to keep the company In efficient condition. SECTION 26. It shall be the duty of all firemen to attend all fires promptly and to obey all orders of Lhe officer In command while on duty. In case any officer or member of the company shall be gulty of disobedience of orders of the officer In command or neglect of the same he shall be reported to the City Council by the chief officer on duty and the City Council may deny such member the exemptions provided for firemen, and the Company may expel him from Its membership, and if said Fire Company and Its officers shall neglect their duties, the Council may Just The Place to Solve Your Christmas Problem" BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE—HOME APPLIANCES the location of all flre hydrants, and be familiar with the name and location of the streets and avenues of the municipality. niurtpous, i nervlcs. NORTH mm I<| I'|)|MT lie. •• l«5 EASY TEEMS! •Chest of Drawers Here's a handy any kitchen as low as '6.75 STUDIO COUCHES These Couches, dozens of them, were made to +'•* * eA sell at $59.50 and $66.50—we made a fortunate $44.50 to Pre-Christmas buy and they are going while e> in —** they last at $49. 50 - 0 MAYTAGWASHERS with round tub _ .$59.50 Model 32, electric $89.50 square tub (exchange) at any time deemed by It expedient and for the best Interest of the public disband said flre company and resume control of a-11 city property in possession of said company. Springs, visited Sunday Mrs. Maude Hanna's. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede, For Dodge, were Sunday dinner guesl at Druggist F. L. Pratt's. The Home Guards met with Joa hipman Saturday for an annua hristmas party. Lloyd Steward is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Steward, and other relatives. Mrs. Chester Sill, Algona, and a ittle daughter spent Monday at E. D. Palne's. The Burt schools will close Friday for a two weeks Christmas vacation. Beat "Old Man Winter" to the Punch! PORTLAND Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee won the high bridge prize at a benefit card party at Burt Friday evening, and low at 500 was Mrs. Roscoe Stewart. The parties are sponsored by the mothers of Burt band members to raise money for a bass clarinet. Others attending the Friday night party from here were Messrs, and Mesdames Earl Shipler, Mike Arendt, and Martin Becker, also It's time to Get Down to COAL Facts Tact. No. 1—COAL HEAT COSTS LESS. Everybody knows coal is the most economical dependable fuel. Fact No. 2—GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. Buy high quality Norton coals, scientifically selected to give more heat-per-dollar. Fact No. 8—FOR HEALTH AND COMFORT. Norton coals assure steady, comfortable heat—guaran-" tee less smoke, soot, and ashes. Fact No. 4—BUY FROM RELIABLE DEALER. Depend upon F. S. Norton &Son fpr better coal values . . , honest weight . . , prompt service . . . more satisfaction per ton. PHONE 239 F. S. NORTON & SON Your Warmest Friends for 44 Years! LIVING ROOM Suites Occasional:! Chairs To fill that vacant |l as low as,«? $ 5.75 Luxurious, two-piece suites of chair and davenport, deeply cushioned, sturdy construction, just, the thing to please the whole family at Christmas EASY TERJMS-AT OUB'STOHE Priced at $49.50 and up Other Suggestions Clothes racks $1,98 Center Tables ; Radios Wall Plaques Pictures Several new style designs In maple or walnut, style as pictured ajjove or «nee space to one side and wider drawers ; .......,.; as low m 122,50 Jnnerspni Matt Regular ?25.50 value! tresses as low as $r" Roper tof wae SH&s&w sMsrs*- ARRY'S *..—.

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