Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
Page 15
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•W 1 "• >*O » &$ Negroes. Cock-fighting Is legal in Puerto Rico, by enactment of the island's legislature, but Mr.,Shaben didn't 'reveal whether he hud attended a cock battle. New Beer Bill is Liked at Corwith The beer bill pending in the , gfll „„, House at Des Molnes last week fghaben »v w lnter'9 BO- fl ( ter passage in the Senate, meetf ttie ° ver „. n it never with the approval of J. I. Oxley, o I m puefto Bico- Corwith. "Our ordinance," he L ««c«, W Cla ' ,iv Te- writes, "restricts permit to two. r T«»8 constantly oe We be | leve a town 0 ( our pop ula- le&tM* J* . ^ j ne finest va- ^ on a ] l0 uld not have moro. Some Til, ana «e small towns have four, rive, even of & llfe ; „„,.» November six permits. This makes competl- haben l ett ,I M ™ith tlon so strong that the class of the nnuftl winter V' 8 * 18 *[ , y places that are run goes down. 8 dailgW ers an f, tVans- The new bill is a good one." jg first ^ jitftst *-* •'' ' ' "••'"' ~"" " '/where he fouind . !f d ADVBRTISEHS—COPY ON YOUR i«ne and her nus ™ n ' merchandise or service provided '1, the latter a P""*'^ In campaign form for use in clas- tlie Michigan agrl g£,. B sifled. No charge for this extra Tournament is Won by, Mullins Hybrid* Corwith, Apr. ^—The MulltnS Hybrids, local Independent basket,- jall team, won a tournament last week at Dows. They defeated Ellsworth, 26-25, Ooldfield, 18-17, and In the championship game downed Dumont, 49-34. The game with defeat this season. NOT ICE OF PROBATE OF No. 4486. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. January term, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of L. F. Jenklnson, deceased, dated November 17, 1938, having been this day, filed opened, and read, Tuesday, the 25th day of April, 1939, 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 hate, said instrument should not be probated ""and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Marofc MI 1939. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of the District Court. T. Holtzbauer, Deputy. C. McMAHON, Attorney. 28-30 Ellsworth gave that team its first "WORKMAN" WINNING GRAND NATIONAL,— Aintree, England: A picture rushed to London and radioed to New York from there, showing "Workman", 9-year-old bay gelding owned by Sir Alexander Magurle, winning the 101st running of the Grand National Steeplechase, the most gruelling contest for horses In the world". Finishing second is "Mac Moffatt," owned by Captain L. Scott-Briggs. Workman's victory poured over two million dollars into the laps of Americans lucky enough to have drawn Irish Sweepstakes tickets on the second favorite. to who nothing f° r ll but n0lh mu.st go along, and later .his j the way bd at New ..who Shaben ,.„ see Leo, at repairing 11 * a for o viui** 1 !"** " . ^•rfftT-S-ffi »r. Mich., to see i M ,. h i Ea . n the Michigan re stationed at San city They are to ti»4,"£ M 'ri. p 5 r ) ) Featured at the COOKING SCHOOL THE BREAD FLOUR SO GOOD IT Wl CAKE PRIZES, in aany Wack bass p many r j,mvaukee"statron agent at rto" now lives retired on a Tension He owns a ^erewhth is rented, but •keepi a room there for his own Kd spends to summers In Al- Island Belongs to U. &. , Rico is a United .States «,u«w across a narrow chan-j I off the east end of Haiti. It is C 95 miles long by 35 miles L, and in area it is nearly lour Cethe size of Kossuth county; i the population, instead of be- about 100,000, or four times ssath's, is more than a million •d a half. San Juan, the capital, la city of more than 100,000 in- Over 5,000 baking prizes have gone to this famous flour af sfafe and counfv fairs Even as this is being written, hundreds of notices of new prizes won are pouring into the offices of Omar Mills. Over 2,300 of these prizes are for cakes baked with OMAR WONDER FLOUR! SWING INTO SPRING .. and Easter, too, with a new SUIT or TOPCOAT Misbach's Policy: Good Clothes, Fair Price • Suits by Curlee, styled right for 1939 • Topcoats, new styles, colors, fabrics • Accessories to set off the new clothes • Ties, Shirts, Sox, Shorts Only an unusual flour could make such an unusual record. The women who win prizes for baking—the women who are baking champions —the women who know good flour —CHOOSE OMAR TEN TO ONE 1 . STEP INTO SPRING... A new Pair of JARMAN FRIENDLY FIVE SHOES will turn the trick. We are not the largest shoe store, but we can't be beat for price, quality and style. The Island was discovered by llumbus, and Ponce De Leon Inciuered it for Spain, whose, pos- Lslon it remained till it was ced- I to the United States as a relit of the Spanish-American 'war. he population is mainly white, it there are more than 300,000» omnR WONDER HOUR PRIZE-WINNING RECIPES OMAR'S $2 5,000 Blue Ribbon Recipe Book contains only prize-winning recipes, tested by OMAR'S jury of Homemakers. Free with purchase of a 2\, 24V4, 48 or 49 lb. sack of OMAR WONDER FLOUR; FORMEN'SWEAR No Joy Like Coming Home to "A Home of Your Own" And It's Made Doubly Easy To DoNowl A Complete Building Service to help you choose exactly what you want, at a price you feel you can afford to pay, and Means of financing it. 3 Out of 4 Families in Kossuth Coutity, on Farms or in Town, Would Like to Build or Remodel job is to Help You Do it! Furniture Appliances • • • Yes, Now Is the Time to Buy During Our Spring Furniture Sale Home Furnishings Heating Bed Room Suites Newest styles, water fall design. Reg $109.50 SQQ CA suites for as low Uw-VW Others as low as $26,85 for Complete Suite •^ Living Room Suites 10 year construction Reg $109.50 two- $OQ CA piece Suite _____ OtF.wV Reg. $99.50 two-piece Liv- Dining Room Suites Reg. $129.50 8-piece suites, waterfall design $Q7 KA at only *5JlwU Other 8-piece dining room Suites as low as $57.50 Occasional Chairs, Lamps, Rockers v Very Large assortment ' * * I Various frrjps of Famous Pride-0 : Rest Inner Spring Mattresses Regular $39.50 at only $29.50 Regular $29.50 at only $22.50 This Line is the finest quality that money will buy. Congoleum Rugs First quality only $4.35 size 9x12 As Low at $14.95 this $asy nt IQW rates Qf interest We can tell yW ajl tfce necessary details to'o •' Miller-built homes and office budd * S fo7 theim elves, m m ^Mwelcom^ a chance tohe your dreams ^ome true* Ail Eleetriq H»yt»« now only $59.96 ROPER GAS RANGES Insulated ovw, thermostatic control, complete No red tape, you own it fpr VOLUME LOW PRICE Ea»y Terms I ' r v ^SkirAyV/' ^. >-.^- f ?i

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