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the Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa,March 8,1934 WEST BEND READY TO PL AY HOST FOR SECTIONAL GIRL CAGE QUINTS Sight Teams Ready to Open Contest This Evening; Final Saturday West Bend: The girls sectional tour- iMment will be held in the West Bend high school gymnasium beginning on *Hnn«te.y evening when four g*mes triU be played. The drawings have been made and Bode and Renwlck, LuVerne and Ottosen, Wesley and Rodman and Whlttemore and West Bend play. There •win be 2 games Friday evening and 1 the finals, Saturday evening. We want «vr girls to win the tournament. Mr. and MM. C. O. Miller and daugh ter, Dorothy were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Mrs. A. D. deal and son of Rolf were visitors at the Myron Boos homi Thursday. Mitt Ida and Oscar ROey drove to Uvennore Sunday to visit Mica Rileya brother and family. Mitt Florence Poley won first in the county declamatory contest at Ruthven Wednesday evening. Robert Oross of near Bancroft spent the week end at the home of his sister, Mrs. Arthur Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Rod xnah were callers «t the home of their daughter. Mrs. K. L. Hayne, Saturday Miss Mildred Dubbs attended a par ty at the Junior College in Emmets- tmrg Friday evening. She is a student there. The children of the parochial arx public schools took the second immuni- sation for diphtheria at the public achool building Monday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Morey was brought hcme Croat the Fort Dodge hospital, the last of the week. She has been taking treatments/there and is still very 111 Rev. and Mrs. Arch Oonde were host and hostess to the pastors and their wires of this district at an all day meet- Ing, Monday, March 5, at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greelis are rejoicing over the arrival of a new son at their home Saturday morning. This is the first child and they are very proud parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller and daughter, Dorothy, drove to Sheldon, Saturday having been called there by the death of a relative. They returned borne Sunday afternoon. O. L. Riley recently purchased a new Chevrolet truck from Graham & Son. M. and Mrs. James Zwiefel and their children of Oorwlth were callers at the Wm. Klley home Saturday. Old Age Pension Bill Going Thru -Qa*ea CbrMtaa," to on at UK Can tonight and tomorrow. We can talk about it because we saw it Some inpressions: Greta is O. K.; John Gillien hasnt gone very far along the comeback trail . . . you cant beat a three or four day snowfall for getting people acquainted . .. why didn't some- 5ody plunge a sword through thai chancellor of the treasury or whatever he was Seriously, the picture has a wonderful bit of historic background, but Director MamouHen almost overdid himself in making it a Garbo picture. The picture might have been bit better for us of plebian minds if <hota of Swedish warriors in battle. ,nd that sword duel had been included, instead of so many "lying around" rases. We crave action. According to one review that came under our thumb, "Son of Kong" was Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham have moved Into the Mrs. Weldinger house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marshall and family who moved out to the Kuhlman farm, eight miles east of town. Miss Violet Kuchenbecker spent Saturday at Sioux Otty with Miss Ruth Williamson, who has been In the hospital since undergoing an operation for appendicitis, she is making rapid gain to recovery. John Monarch and Ben Hetdenehehl who have been llying in tiw> Martha stiurln cottage, moved ty to the ~ ' limed when studio directors wondered what to do with all the left over scenery from "King Kong." But hav- Diioa house recently vacated by Mr. *n4 Mrs, Paul Mikes, who moved on to the Adriph Mikes farm, a mile west of town. Let the u. D. U.-R. wtnnaM on next Job of printta* The New One Step ONE PIECE Combination lmckoru| ONE STEP is a one piece foundation made of knitted to shape tv/o-way stretch Lastex without a seam at hip or waistline. It moulds tha figure to its most attractive proportions ; ; . . the tricot uplift brassiere completes the perfect silhouette. The Lastex shoulder straps are adjustable and detachable. ONE S1'EP launders perfectly, cornes in Peach in sues: 32-34-36-38. $5 $6.50 Chrischilles&Herbst This newspaper is glad to see fcha' the old age pension bill has met with legislative approval, and awaits only the ratification of the state senate. Old age pensions have been meeting with general approval. The agei must be cared for. Many of them, of sound mind and body, but too old to work, and without enough worldly goods to see them tJirough to the end should not be confined in a poor house or *t**ect to county warrants for foot and clothing. The! old age pension bill Is a humane, modem way of caring for the old folk*, most of whom deserve a few peaceful years as their sun begins to fade. We are also glad to see that both Representative Bormotetter and State Senator Patterson were in favor of the bill. Same vfll can It an expense; b«t what difference flow H make which pocket you pay out of. The aged must be cared for, and whether It is through the poor house, county aid or old age pensions, the money will come from the same place. THEATRE ing just completed the statement that we crave action, we can do naught but iy that Oils picture has plenty. It's ne of several features on the Saturday bill. The Sunday and Monday picture program brings "Moulin Rouge." There's an all star lineup, including the Boswell sisters, RUSB Oolumbo, Constance Bennett and Franchot Tone. It's smart, haa good chorus numbers, and will please those who like their music- eomedy-romance-melodrama combined. Several other reels of feature material nsure a splendid program. "Heat Lightning" is the Bank Night program, Tuesday. Aileen MacMahon. Ann Dvorak, Frank McHugh and Gten- d» Farrell are in it. And so will be the holder of the winning numbtr if he or she U in the theatre. "Esqolmo," U the Wednesday and Thursday picture next week. An all native cast makes the picture something novel and unusual. And by the way, "It Happened One Night" was a very pleasing, light moving picture, wasn't It. Good entertainment all the way. Kossuth Leads State in Corn Loan Signers Sunday's Des Moines Register made note of the fact that Kossuth county now leads all other counties In Iowa with the corn-hog cnotracts. To date, 3250 have signed up. This number Is in excess of the number of farms listed In the county but many farms are covered by more than one contract. Chambers, Jensen at Beef Meeting A crowded court room of beef breed- err and raisers was proof that Kossuth county is greately interested in any plan for the reduction or control of the beef raising Industry. The meeting was held last Friday In Algona. Harry Chambers of Corwith was elected as a representative of Kossuth county to attend the state meeting which was held yesterday at Des Moines and J. H. Jensen of Fenton was also at the meeting in Des Moines. Mr. Jensen gave an interesting talk to the group last Friday, In which he outlined the work that had been done up until the present time with regard to beef reduction, and also told about some of the other meetings that he had attended and what took place at them. There were more than 50 present at the meeting, Friday. Lone Rock Movers Changed March 1st Lone Rock: March 1st finds the following moving taking place in the Lone H«?lt vWrJt-y: Tr» .VewbrauglM win move to HumboWt. Lawrence New- broughs will move to the farm vacated by them. Carl Whitney moved to Nevada. J. W. Rartman of Fenton moved to the farm vacated by the WMtneys. Fred Raths m-ved to the Mrs. John Rath farm and Frank Meyers who fanned the Rath farm the past two years, moved to the John Klein farm near Seneca and Russell Thompsons of Fenton moved to the farm vacated by the Fred Raths. Chas. Hawks moved- to a farm near Spirit Lake. Ervin Heldenwith moved to a farm, near Swea City. Ben Ouenthers moved to their farm near EsthervUle. A. J. Meyers of Bancroft moved on the farm vacated by the Guenthers. Ed TJngers moved to a farm near St. Benedict. Ed Furls who has lived just south of town for a number of years moved to the farm vacated by the Ungers. William Murravs moved to a farm east of Burt. Richard Walsh, who lived north of town moved to Fonda. Alex Millers moved to Burt. Art Sprank moved into the house vacated by the Farris family. C. M. Gross las rented the farm land. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER Feb. 28 42 11 March 1 88 26 March 2 S8 30 March >, M nches rain 51 38 March 4, .01 inches rain 56 28 March 5, .38 inches rain 43 28 March 8, trace of snow 36 21 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white 2 yellow 2 mixed 35 Oats -2« Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-240 M-00 Medium weight, 240-260 $3.90 Butchers, 260-300 3.80 Prime butchers, 300-350 3.70 Packing Sows, 300-350 330 Packing Bows, 350-400 3.10 Packing Sows, 400-500 3.00 Light weight, 140 3.00-3.25 Light weight, IM 3.40 Light weight, 180 3.50-3.60 G»We Carmen and cutters SOc-1.50 Fat cows 11.60-ta.W Calves I3.0MS.OO Fat Steers $3.60-«4.50 Stock Steers t2JO-$l50 Bulls »l.»-*2.35 Yearlings *3.00-»4.00 Cream .SSc Poultry Hens, 4H Ibs. and up 9c Hens, under 4% IBS. 7c Leghorn hens *c Springs, 5 Ibs. and up to Springs, under 8 IbS; ..He Leghorn springs So Heavy breed stags »c Leghorn stags ••• -4c RooEteip 4c Eggs No. 1 14c No. 2 We Tux Examiners at Work in County A Mr. and Mrs. JacWJ* of Owner have "been diMgently going over the tax records of Kossuth county, hav- ing W*n engaged as ta* e«mlitt*» *# the cmmty, flonwtiaies fcnwm as "aw ferrets" Mr. J*cb*a stated that !»• espeefei to W*to eaStag people to where matter* of explanation are need«he latter part of thto «**. NEW CARS LICENSED Henry Elscheid, Algona, Ford tudor. Fred Weig, Wesley, Chevrolet coach. Earl Shlpler, Burt, Ford tudor. S. M. orvick, Lone Rock, Chevrolet coach. R. L. Oorbln, LuVcrne, Ford tudor. C. D. Colburn, Algona, Ford tudor. R, S. Hntton, Bancroft, Ford tudor. W. 8. Cosgrove, Wesley, Nash sedan. ^^^^^^^^^ *a MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Karl FUOSB, WntttMDore and Met* Ostrom, Whittemore, March l. Theodore Nichols, Des Moines. and Feiu BrayUfn, March Maltland Bradley. Minneapolis, and Virginia Fehr, St. Paul, March 2. Howard Strayer, Algona, and Mar- Jorie Oregerson, Algona, March 6. Just Owe of "Ships That Pass in Day" An unusual and laughable coincidence occurred last Friday to Mrs. S. E. McMahon and daughter, Mrs. Joe Harg and her two children. The four were on their way to Storm Lake to visit another daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz. when unbeknown to any of them they passed her »t Cylinder en- oute to Algona to visit her parents. Mrs. McMahon and Mrs. Harig then tayed at Storm Lake after being notified that Mrs. Schmitz was at Algona until the later returned. Needless to say visits.at both towns were short. Botarians Nominate The Rotarian. program, Monday noon at the Algona Hotel, was furnished by the Mississippi Showboat Four, negro singers. Nominations for officers for the coming year wer»--*l»o made. The musical programi was much enjoyed and the slngera were given a good bam). tlie QUrurches Fire at Farm Home Fenton: The Fenton flre department was called out about six o'clock last week Wednesday evening. The flre was on the Martin Meyer farm near Lotts Creek. It was caused from a Itmp in a water heater. The building and poultry were destroyed. Some of the nearby buildings started to burn but were saved by the prompt arrival of the flre truck and other assistance. Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 otlock. Sermon t<ij,tc "Th.> Shaiie-fa«d Disciple," ''The young people's society at 6:45. • •.''•'•'' Baptist Church Arthur S. Ilueser, pastor The sermon subjects for Sunday will >e as follows: 11 a. m., "Y/hen Fear Did Not Paralyze the Tongue"; 7:30 p. m., "Ready to Call a Halt." Special music at both services. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m. Bible study and prayer on Wednesdays at 7:30 p. m. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Brancr, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m. The S. S. T. meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Lenten services next Wednesday 7:30 p. m, Greet Easter With a Smart Hairdress Our Special Permanent I Wave $3.50 * Surely you'll want to match your Easter costume with a coiffure that's smart and Springlike. Try one of our ShelUm Wave*. Milady's Beauty Salon Phone 127 Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Staley Observe Golden Wedding* Monday, Mar. 5 A delightful affair was that arranged Monday, March 5, for Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Staley of this community and Burt in honor of their fiftieth v w*dding anniversary. At twelve o'clock guests began arriving at Good Hope community room which was beautifully decorated in a motif of gold and white bells and streamers. The same motif prevailed in the decoration of the tables. Bouquets of yellow jonquils and talisman roses provided by an intimate friend, H. D. Reynolds, Mason City, decked the table of the guests of honor. Dainty favors in the form of nut baskets and miniature candles and candlesticks graced the places of the individual guests. A committee consisting of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Edna Staley, Lawrence Rutan, Elmer Chipman and E. J. Bush were responsible for the conception and arrangement of the decorations. At one o'clock the company sat down to a delicious three course dinner prepared land served by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahl- lng. Mrs. C. I. MansmHh, Esther Bahling. Vera Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Schroeder and Herbert L. and E. J. Bush under the direction of Mrs. Rachel Lowe, cateress. Intervals between, courses were enlivened by participation of the guests in working out the answers to popular ring and favorite cake questlonalre found at the place of each guest. Following dinner a snort program consisting of a reading "Levinsky at the Wedding" by Joe Graham and vocal numbers "I Love You Truly" and "Love's Old Sweet Song" by Rev. Allen Wood was presented . The list of guests with few exceptions relatives of the guests of honor includes Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Drew, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Klrstein, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lindsay. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Lindsay, Mrs. Helen Hunttey, Mrs. Edna Huntley, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hunt* ley, all of Clarion; Mr. end Mrs. John U. Slaba and Barbara Lou, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Will Oovell, Onalaska, Wte.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Staley, Lacrosse, Wis.; Lawrence B. Rutan, Wilsonvllle. Neb.; Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Rutan, Alam, Neb.; Mrs. Lavlnla Dey, Beaver Crossing, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Huntley, Renwlck; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahllng, Mr. and Mrs. AWon Taylor, Mrs. C. I. MansmiUi, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, E. O. and Vera Chipman, Esther Bahllng, Joe Graham, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. and E. J., Herbert L., Betty Lea and I<yrn Howard BuSi all of Burt; and the Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Wood of Algona. Following the formal program "open house" was held from three to five during which friends of the community came in to offer congratulations. Light refreshments were served Mr. and Mrs. Btaley are well known and have many friends in this community having spent moot of their fifty years of wedded life here. They were married at Campus, EL, in 1884 and spent the following four years at Dwlght. ni. In 1888 they moved to this community, locating on the farm on which they now live and where they have resided continuously since. The congratulations *nd best wishes of their many friends go out to them that they may have many golden years to follow. Spirit or Farmers Sure Shake An 'Awful Mean* Pin The bowlers in the league being eon- ducted at Barry's Recreation have been banging away at the plna with good raulta, although the league leaij U •till held by the Fanners team*. "n>» Standings as compiled the first Of tl)U week, follow: "., . . Team W . t "fct. Tfae Farmers 27. 'is l .W2 Phillips "68" 23 19 Ml Hank's Colts 20 26 .476 OOurt House RaU 20 22 .476 Coryell "70" 19 23 .452 Barry's Bowlers 17 28 .404 The league will continue play until the latter part of April. at First Lutheran Church M. A. SJoatrand, pastor The Ladles' Aid will meet tomorrow alternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Myra Ostnim. Mrs. D. D. Monlux la Che aiskiUng hci&ess. Lat's have a large turnout. Confirmation class Sunday morn- SuiMlay at 10.00. Sunday School and Bible class next Sunday at 10:00. Vesper worship next Sunday at 7:30 LOTTS CREEK NEWS Adolph Peril was reported on the sick list last Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittagr visited at the John Schallln home Sunday even- Ing. English communion services will be held next Sunday at the local church at ten o'clock. The Rev. and Mrs. Flene and daughter, Margaret, called at the Rev. Kabelitz home in Fenton Sunday evening. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Pusch was christened on Sunday. He was named Franklin Dean. Mrs. Frank Schuler and Bill Rusch of Whlttemore acted as sponsors. 10 Days in Jail Frank Vayetta WM sentenced to 10 days in Jail last Thursday fir disturbing the peace. W. F. Brown WM fined $1 and cost* on the same charge. Bad Check Trouble George OUbertson, Bancroft, was given a 30 day sentence in the Koesuth county Jail by Justice James Sheridan of Bancroft after his arrest on a charge of writing and passing bad checks. CLASSIFIED ADS Wanted Moines. Presbyterian Church Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Mtai»ter ' Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. The pastor will be back In the pulpit at both services next Sunday. Everyone is invited to take part and attend during this Easter season which should be spent in meditation and prayer. Church of the Nazarene A. W. and IlaieJ Irwiu, puton Revival in progress. Services each evening at 7:30. Junior services at 4:30. Sunday School 9.45, preaching service 11 o'clock subject, "God's Call." Young people's service Sunday at 6:45. The interest is growing in the revival now in progress at the Church ot the Nazarene. Ail who attend are delighted with the illustrated songs of the Latham Sisters and the Inspiring messages of Rev. Walraven. On Thursday evening the evangelist will bring a special message U> young people on "Why Be a Christian?" On Sunday evening at 6:45 Miss Mary Latham will bring an illustrated mes- sabe to young people. All young people are urged to attend these services. .NOTICE OP TIIK FIH.ST MEUTl.MJ (IK CIIKUITOH* In Ike !>!• I rl el Court of Ike failed Male* lot Ike Nortkera District of Iowa, Central IMvUton In the Matter of Cortliu Helders< h.-l.li, Itankrupt. No. 3453 in Bankruptcy. To the Creditor** <*f above named Bankrupt, ot Irvinutori. In tre County of KoHuuth and Dtulrlct aforeuald, a Bankrupt. Notice It* hert-hy Kiven that on tht> :ird day of March. 1934. the above nam- t-il bankrupt wa« duly uiljudlciUeU bankrupt and that the Mrat meeting of her rcrilltora will be held at the office of the undersigned referee, at 707 Hnell Hlilg.. r'ort Dodge, Webster f'ounty, Iowa, on the .lint day of March, 1934. ut ': o'clock 1' M . at which time the Bald creditors may attend, prove their clalmH, appoint a trustee, examine the* bankrupt, and transact such other bunl- ne*H au may properly come before aald meeting. The bankrupt In required to be prevent. Fort Dodge. Iowa. March S, 1934. JOHN H. 8CHAUPP. 10 Referee In Bankruptcy. WANTED—Algona bulWing lot. Must not cost over $300. Rep!Its confidential. XYZ, c-o Aglona Upper Des 10 For Sale FOR SALE—Red clover seed.—Ross Calhoun. 4P11, AJgona. 10* FOR SALE/—61 room, modern house. Corner lot. Good location. Reasonanle price. Call 230.; -,\,, 10* FOR SALE—Oak posts, a, 7, or 8 foot. Seasoned and butts charred. lOc to ISc apiece.—dark Orton. 10-11 FOR SALE-.1929 Essex coach—Al- Auto Market. West of Court House. 10 FOR SALE—1029 Chevrolet coupe.— Algona Au'.o Market. West of Court House. 10 FOR SALE—White Navy Beans. 10 Ibs., 30c.—Henry Braun, Algona. 10-11* .VOTICK OK TUB FlIlaT MKKTI.VQ OK CKeiHTOBS la Ike llUlrlrl Court of Ike tailed State* for Ike Nortkern UUIrlcl ol lu»a, Ceulral DlvUltm In tr.e Matter of John P Helder- fccheiat. Bankrupt. No. 3462 la Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of above named Bankrupt, of Irviiigtun. In the County of KoB*uih and District aioreiutld, a Uunki'upl. Notice IB hereby given that on the, 3rd day of March. 1934. the above named bankrupt was duly adjudicated bankrupt and thut the nrttt meeting of hi* creditor*! will be held at the office of the undertflK'ied referee, at 707 Snell Bld«. Port Dodge, Webster County. Iowa, on the 31ut day of March, 1934. ut 2 o'clock P. M.. at which lime the Huld creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and trunnact auch other busl- nctij* ay may properly cume before said meeting. The bankrupt lu required to be present. • Kurt Dodge, Iowa. March 6. 1934. JOHN M Sl'HAUPP. 10 Kt-feree In Bankruptcy. FOR BALE—Seven room modem house in Algona, carries $5,000 insurance. (1,000 down and terms.—Josie Thompson, Lone Rock. 9-10' FOR SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal range*. While they laat $89.60.—BJustrom's. 6-M Save that cream with a Vega separator. User* biggest booster*. Medium aize, $77.50. Terms—Bjustrom'8, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 400 per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.—J. W. Haggard, Algona, phone 230. 3-tf FOR SALE—1930 Ford tudor.—Al- gona Auto Market. West of Court House. 10 For Bent FOR RENT—House, April Ut. 7- room, strictly modern, garage, garden —A. C. Becker, poone 330. 9 Miscellaneous Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirschs Laundry. Phone 247. 40-tf Lost-Pound LOST—Truck wheel and tire (32x6). Finder please call 32, Algona, for reward. 9 It isn't difficult to catch the magic spirit of the new season at Ohrischilles and Herbst. Throughout every department of this store, you will wee '.&&-. dence of the individual and painstaking selection of new and attractive merchandise by buyers Who are well acquainted with the needs of Kossuth County customers. Mr. Hauberg has just returned from market and has secured a beautiful and outstanding array of pretty gift merchandise, silk underwear and accessories for your new spring outfit. In the ready-towear department new dresses, suits and coats are arriving daily to complete one of the most distinctive showings of apparel ever displayed in Algona. , ' : \j Dresses 5.95, 8.95,12.85, 19.75 up Coats 12.85, 15.00, 19.75 up Suits 12.85, 19.75,29.75. Our'sales organization is now openly acknowledged to be the most effective, intelligent and courteous we have ever had. Start the new season right by making Chrischilles and Herbst YOUR store. We'll do all we can to help you. White's Grocery 19c *»•««•'• I9c NAVY BEANS, 5 Ibs. .,.,—:„-19c HERSHEY'S COCOA, 1 Ib. 19c APPLES, Winesapa, 4 Ibs. 19c PRUNES, Sunsweet, 2 1U. -----19c CRACKERS, flukey, 2 Ib. pkg. . _ 19c PRESERVES, 2 Ib. jar 19c LEWIS LYE, 2 cans .... -_19c MATCHES, 6 boxes r 19c CORN FLAKES, 2 pkgs. 19c GRAPEFRUIT, large, 4 for 19c COOKIES, Figs or Snaps, 2 Ibs. . - 19c We Are Expecting a Car of Lumber THIRI'S A HfAlOH and Shingles in a week or ten days arid we ask you tatfe'e lis before you buy your needs for spring repairing. We expect to have a car at least once a month and possible twice a month, and expect to be in a position to give you the best possible prices. ; We have salt in bulk and sacks, also on blocks at 50e or in lots of 5 or more at 45c. We are also getting Poultry, Stock and Barb Wire as well as Steel Posts. Let us see you when you need any thing in this line. We have western Kentucky Lump and Egg Coal. A Car of will be in the last of the week or first of next. E. N. TAYLOR, Inc. Phone 35?"**** On Diagonal. Where Quality and Price Meet. v/&tT -•/* t MM

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