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Tha Algont Upper De» Molnet, A]gma, Iowa, Oetolxr 4,1^ MR. AND MRS. JOHN THUL, ST. JOE, Friends, Relatives Gather at ; Surprise Party to Honor Popular Couple St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. John Thul celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 30th, not In ttie usual outlet manner they had planned, but In a real festive celebration aa relatives and friends wanted it to be. The Thuto attended Mate at St. Joseph's Catholic church at 10 o'clock ana upon going home relatives and neighbors had gathered, each family bringing food for dinner and supper and guests numbering 120 remained lor the day. The meals were served cafeteria style and in the afternoon pictures were taken of the bridal party and also of the group attending. A considerable number remained to spend the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thul were married on Sept. 29th, 1909, at the St. Joseph church, by th« Rev. Father Matt Bum mille. Mrs. Nick Elschen (Elizabeth Kayser) was bridesmaid and the bes man was Nicholas Thul, Jr., now de ceased. They have since that tim made their home on the one farm they are now occupying. They are th parents of five children, namely, Clar (Mrs. Sylvester Wagner), who lives mites northwest of St. Joe; «he others at home, Eugene, Amanada, Richard and Rita. „ . Those from a distance who attendee the silver wedding were John Kayse from Fort Dodge and the Nick Els chen family near Algona and Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and son, Alvln of Llvermore. Mrs. Sylvester Wagner «nent Friday at the Nick Elschen home near Algona. Mr. and Mw. George Wagner were business callers one day last week in. Mason City. Mrs. Wm. Buttermore and daughter, Augusta, spent the week end at the John Origer home. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding ami Mr. and Mrs. John Ftmrmann and &. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann left Friday for Chicago where they will v»- wlth relatives and attend the world's .. and Mrs. Nick Bonnan, Jr., ave a new son born Friday. He was aptized Sunday in St. Joseph church. air. Mr. poTisors were Lorraine and ormann. Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann were ort Dodge shoppers on Thursday. The M. J. Kellner family and the Chas. Plath«s were Fort Dodge shoppers on Wednesday. Isabelle and Rosalia Kmecher of Currie were here last week Tuesday to ttend the wedding of their uncle. Henry Zelmet. They returned to their lome the following day. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family from Whittemore and} Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding and family from West Bend Folks, Clubs, Start Fall Social Activities «r«t Bond- Bar View club niet at Baughman. Pat Conlon and Harvey Jacobs drove to Spencer Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crotts of Sioux Cltf are visiting at the Dewey Crotts Mr.' and Mrs. ChartesRueyof Uver- more called at the Wm. RUey home CONRAD RAHN, LONE ROCK FARMER, PASSES; FUNERAL SERVICE SUNDAY U-10. illlVt* G V» AVl>*»»«O *""• " near West Bend were Sunday visit ors at the Henry Thilges home Sunday. Banns of marriage were published for the first time in St. Joseph's church Sunday for Agnes, daughter of Mr. an< Mrs. George Besch of West Bend and Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thilges of St. Joe. John Retlllng returning home from Llvermore the first of last week put on the brakes and the wheels locked, upsetting the car. It was tak«n to Algona for considerable repair. Mr. Reilllng escaped injured. Wife and Three Sons Survive; Pioneer Came to U. S. in 1881 Tom Akrc, rent ............... Jesse Umbenhower, dump ....... 15.W Jesse Laahbrook, salary ...... *>-00 Je«« LMhbroofc, salary ...... 15.OT " The Ladies Social and Literary club met wltti Mrs. Jerry Schutter on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Rev. and Mrs. Whltford and Mrs. George Jacobs were business visitors in Clear Lake Tuesday. Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg «™e Wdneaday from Ruthven for a visit with her sister, Mrs. T. A. Clark. Rev. and Mrs. Arch Conde attended the Presbytery meeting at Lone ROCK Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Gezina Schutter of Haifa spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons attended the funeral of his uncle, Geo. Simmons at Algona Thursday. Mrs J H Bardsley and children of Ncola'came Saturday for a _v^L atT ^! home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lone Rock: Funeral servces for Conrad Rahn, Lone Rock farmer who passed away at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Friday. Sept. 28, were held at the Lone Rock church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. S. M. Gladstone officiated. Burial was made '" the Lone Rock cemetery. Mr. Rahn was born Feb. 2, 1856, in Selllnrod, Germany. At the age oi years he came to America, settling Lanark, 111., doing farm work, lat- comlng to Iowa and bought the Fenton School Picks Officers of Classes Fenton: The high school classes have ekcted officers for the year ™«-f "- lor officers are: president, Ruth Hantelman; vice president, Delores Krause; Dorothy Stlgman; treasurer, telman. The Juniors are: Donna Jean Bailey; vice SchwarU, secreUtry- Sophomores 47.70 4320 5150 24.00 39.90 12.00 Mftrle Mftrle ^. president. Evelyn Radig; vioe> - . Cecelia Krause; ^ secretary- jr-c..™.™ by. The officers are: president, Irene • vice president, Edmund 'secretary-treasurer, Marie 81.38 19.14 30.00 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, mdse Fire pond p . c. Wright, salary • * > - <w Rock. In 1878 he was united In marriage to Katherine Knlss and to MS *"*p" *»*»•••« 1 *nriJt. iWesley Man's Car Burns to Crisp riage TO «.»MICI««J »••«*» — •— - - : , union 13 children were bom, ' PTB. Wes i ey : The Wesley fire department who died in infancy and 5 boys. Henry, I c((Ued QUt Sun( i a y m the coun- Ello, Frank, Herbert and Harry- Hen town ft number o f miles ry and Frank preceded their father \ J ext)ngulsn - «~ ^^ n.-.rkiv en- m death. He leaves to mourn hb death * his wife and three sons, EUo HerBert J£ Hfms a ftre which quickly en- and Harry, four brother, George and one Mrs. Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whittemore to Fort Dodge on Wednesday to visit with Mrs. Mike ohumacher, who Is a patient at tne t. Joseph's Mercy hospital. SEXTON NEWS , car belonging . "?" I HarfeyHanson. The entire automol ?' M?* was ablaze and nothing could be done 'j M M to save it. Consequently, Mr. Hanson Wern- »« minus a car for the time being Elliott SWlling, street labor Elliott Skilling, street labor Wlllard Gregson, street labor Wlllard Gregson, street labor Oliver Bakken, street labor . Oliver Bakken, street labor Frank Skilllng, labor Geo. Ounder, street labor «.w George Ounder. street labor .. 9.60 Louis Hagg, street labor 38.40 Fred Baumgartner. labor 34.75 Roy Larsen et al, labor 30.35 Concrete Materials Co., mdse. . «' *« Clear Lake Sand St Gravel, mdse. Clear Lake Sand & Gravel, mdse. C. M. St. P. & P. Ry- Co., frt. on sand and stone Harms Oil Co., gas and oil .. Champlin Refining Co., gas & oil F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. .. F. S. Norton & Son, mdse Thorpe Wood & Iron WprRf, md>e 20.85 Nelson Hardware, mdse -i" Oeo. Hansen, mdse. 455 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 445.06 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 23.39 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 60.42 Ralph Elbert. mdse 7.63 Chas. Johnson, mdse J •»* Advance Publish. Co., mdse. . 26.23 Sewer Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 25.00 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, mdse _° Ti Iliuacj __ . _ Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 57.16 7.72 12.51 100,23 4.19 OXFORDS For pure grace and charm Oxfords have no competition. For their beauty, Oxfords are the chosen eye wear for afternoon, evening and formal fetes ... and now they are he- coming increaseingly popular for every day wear. A. W. Amunson Optometrist First door South of Call Theatre ^^^.s I erai 01 lam. «« »C8SSSSKeK8»»»S»S»SSS»a8a L r Wednesday. "Mo rig Verne Miller who is attending Iowa, StateTeachers College to Cedar Wto spent the week end at the home of his parents. , Miss Francis Hlnton is again attending school after returning from Roch- SterVMUin., where she has been taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller and Dor- Ot h7 and Kenneth Blended the flin- erai of Mrs. Miller's mother. Mrs. Ston- SSAr** ** Ueb and a U*^^^ Miss Elizabeth Jensen of Onettln- $ Council Minutes geripent the week end at the E. M. 1 * and three children vis- 1 A i BO na, Iowa olMariow and ree cr - BO na, o, . Ited at the Charles Hawks home near U met . at the City hall on W* day mrit Lake Thursday. and among other things allowed the Spirit Lake Thursday. . a Banker N. L. Cotton wont to Omaha following bills: Monday on business. He was accom- —>• panled by Hugo Worthlngton. U Mr and Mrs. August Nelson attend- h^ D^.^^, „.—, ... ed a county Legion Auxiliary meeting waiter Gorman, salary at Bancroft Thursday evening. ' —— ••'— Electric U*bt Fund . Kelly, salary *1«.CO Bellack, salary "9.OT Mrs. Eva Fennewald of Dubuque came Saturday for a vslt here . The Ladies' Aid bazaar and chick- " * en supper will pe held at the Sexton McFarland returned home . 11. - and Mrs. Roy Godden of Tom Halpta, salary H. E. Stephenson, salary family were Sunday visitors at the Chas. Plathe home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer were visitors at the John Besch home near West B«nd recently. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch purchas ed a new Ford V-8 through an Al gona dealer Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Vic Hammer from Irv Ington were visitors at the Wm. Ham mer home Thursday evening. The Wm. Hammers moved Monda from the Meyerhofer place to the Kramer estate residence in St. Joe. Prosper Frlderes, Nicholas Weydert and Lawrence Thllge* returned aomo Sunday after a ten day trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeunet, Jr., newlyweds, returned the first of ttota week a'fteVseveWl days' vlflt with relatives In Dell Rapids, South Dakota. Mrs. Bernard Devine and Margaret jonnlnn from Uvennore spent tne J<HHUU*» ^"gufcago Tinting relative* hall on Thursday evening, Oct. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neumrfn were mi- »"" »*••• —•-"• —™— t.™ itea ner OBUBUVCI, «• Sunday afternoon visitors at the home t t 0 wceks . of their daughter. Mr^OrvlHe Hed- ™ p ^ ^ rick and family near CK ana luuiuy .^.. "•"•»—" school in Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .Greenfield and £" daughter, Edith, visited Sunday after- "' noon at the home of Mrs. O^ncM* sister. Mrs. BUba Richards In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. **•<*»* home last week Tuesday from where they had gone « rj f , m\f* •»» »•»••*• - — - . Chicago, Thursday, where she vis- daughter, Mrs. Robert Tinsky "cs. Hoskin, who attends Iowa, came Saturday her moth- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. day dinner guests at .— _ home honoring the Rledels ding anniversary Bob Williams et al, labor smart new s were sun-(Leonard Dunn, labor .... WC 'Line Material Co., mdse. . Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. 149.20 Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse... 29.08 | Crane Co,, mdse _<L«w You'll like our choice of new footwear fashions, representing just about every smart fall style. T-straps, pumps and good-looking ties like the ones shown, are better than ever this year. And the price, for so much quality, surely recommends them. U**»Q — , i t-THIie W(, »nw«n- _Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ^bee" 1 * I*^ west. Elect. Supply Co., mdse. .. 97.21 Wegener of Algona and Mrs. Walter T j^^ Co mdse 13.02 Sorensen of Burt were Sunday visitors Kennr -- •- =.~,-«. m rt«o 2.04 end jugtina Hoskin. were y . fore to their farm near there on bust- ness. , Mrs. Wm. RUey and their «er, Ida, attended the funeral of Rlley's brother, George Simmons » Thursday afternoon. Chas. Dewltt^ n«nt thej>ast n ftvCTlOO w»W3*»* waacj w .«_* •«*anV Dairy Cat«« Oongress, all this week returning next Sunday. . and Mrs. N. J. Alexander who live west of town, drove to Mike Kflpper from Llndsey, hereTuesday evening tw an Mr. Kupper is a bro Taylor left Wilson and ... iker return from Chicago ant visited the fair and „ . (jvcnueuy «. Parsons, mdse. .. 3.0* t the Fred Wegener home. National Meter Co., mdse. J8*o Mr .and Mrs. H. A. Whltehill of w D> fj^ n Mfg . Co,, mdse. .. 1632 Burt, Mr. and Mrs. John Sones and rjnlted Chemical Co., mdse. .... 931 ** „ v ***** . ^^i^.-i*^^ M«A«>a fitmnAV I •-__— M.HM«I A Tilll Mf f*n m/lK*>. _ 74.20 lUTV MT. iUM* «UO- •»««*» n*w«w« -• IUIHICU x/tio«»«-v*»a v«-i ..«—-.- nhiidren of Sutherland were Sunday j enn y Semplc Hill Ac Co., mdse. 5iiTBc7 gimtaTat the J. M. Blanchard M ldlft nd Chemical 1-ab. Xw iome. I nidse. ...••••••••••••••••••: purchased last week. Inc., rt*"* a new 1 Burroughs Add. Macli. Co., mdse. Krue- IMcClaln Co., mdse _.-_ *•"" ] his work. Mrs. th« of Mrli: Adrtph Fuhrmann. , i turn w*ii c*uo^ ***» «..w- --.— - - irooon. and go to California to spend th« wln- A surprise party was heM laj* week !•»n ^ ««-sr|?r. 8 ^.«^:..«,«, 'diSt. . "«» Nelson Hardware, mdse 3.C7 Co., mdse 8.44 H, W. Post, frt. ft dray .... SIM .States Caf*. lunches Rob Smith, refund —Suedes, Leathers, Fabrics and High-Fashion Combinations, in Black and Brown *- r« ME™ wu^u. of Bancroft and Mr. ana' Mrs! Ja^ Qulnn of Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. Mr, and Mrs. Victor Rogers Mrs. Knud Thomsen of to AroM Saturday to wedding anniversary < Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoll. Bunday, Oct. Itn, the will be held at 10:30 a. I with him Order a Load of NORTON'S Sup* eor Block Coal It's High in Heat Low in Ash Burns Freely See Us Today F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 . Mr. and Mrs. John Zlnnel of Wor- thlngton. Minn., came Tuesday evening to the home of her Parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elsler On Wednesday morning, accompanied by Mr- and *" , Mrs. Art Zinnel and left for Chicago to visit Mrs. sister and attend the fair. •ho ROth I ROD Bmiui, rauuu tr^nt* Harry Barton, meter reading .. P" 8018 ' ". AT McDonald, P. M.. box rent 15.05 Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the flies of the Upper Des Moines-RepubUcan for tne week of October 7, 1914) m and diurch at 11:30. Officers of Se Lone Rock and Ringsted church aTd Sunday School will hold a business meeting at the home of Rev. S. M. Gladstone Fri-lay evening. About 30 friends and relatives gathered at the Frank Flaig home last Wednesday evening for a surprise party honrlng Mrs. Frank Fteig her brother, Jim Ackerman and Ralph prlebe birthdays. The evening was spent playing cards, after which lunch was served. i Tom Long has b«n suffering considerable pain in his big toe on his right foot, the past week which he accidentally shot last Thanksgiving day. It WMi Uwught It had healed but las, week Dr. Devine had to lance two gath- 'ertngs and removed 4 or 6 shot which ad remained there almost a year. I The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. J. M BJanfhard on Frt- afternoon and with Mrs. Prank i-iaig assisting hostess. At this meet- Ing It was decided to hold the meet*o " . . i _i._*».wrt fVtA nartlrf* 15.52 .n 80.00 .60 Algona U.'b. M., printing Cresco trnlon meet. Co., service N. W. Bell Tel. Co, service .. Oeo. Hansen, labor •• Mllo Renta et al, refund deposit Western Union Tel. Co., service J. P. Prltchard & Co., payment on cooling tower 3357.00 Crane Co., mdse * ^ , 7 Botaford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 185.11 H. R. Cowan & Son, labor on cooling tower 35.47 E W. Hans-en, labor on cooling 'tower •••• m20 II. R. Cowan & Son, hauling BTavel 33.18 P. S. Norton & Bon, mdse Lyle Johnson et al, Inbor H. W. Post, frt. and dray Mutual Llab. Ins. Co., Ins. 121.65 213.23 214.11 350.00 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 65-JW Prank Ostrum, salary IIB-OO Harry Barton, salary lu-00 Laura Mitchell, salary 95.00 nwvn. w» — -- i IIUJ 11, WOO \*ux»««»-« — Peter Murtha, had been killed when a I -----—- 1 DOAN NEWS vUltlng at Chicago Martin«k Leighton Supply Co., mdse. F. 8. Norton & Son, mdse. .. 3eorge Holtzbaucr, mdse Lalng Si Muckey, md£C H. W. Post, frt. and dray CUMMINGS' Special Value New Four Gore Tailored Slips All sizes, 32 to 52 —————— One Piece Balbriggan Pajamas Ladi es $1 $1 i*ho mraft anrf Rov Hansen families a M uouiQ. w*»u uv^u i Tne Matt »na rwy **»**u » ««, u. ».-.-. had'fallen one day the visited relatives at Hurt Sunday, previous week and broken both bones Mrs . A . Martinek and Mrs. C. See- L his left arm. feld were Garner callers Monday. It had been reported that Jim Dur- The QirKS an ^ Venteicher families yea had gone into th« ditch witoh his were Mason C ity shoppers Saturday, car on the Dan Long grade. No one Mrg ^^ Angle u enjoying a visit had been hurt and very little damage ffom her ^^ of Ule stat/e O f Wash- had been done to the car. I Ington. Algona had been victorious over Burt Thg Ald met at tne chu rcn last the previous Saturday in a foot ba | l waek Thursday with Mrs. Pearl Knox gume with a scoiv of 30 to 0. Altona s hostess and Mrs. Ann Seefeld as team that year had only one boy who uunt .,-- - T.^.. ( ,,_t,,^ ^r.. .in- had played before and none of the 1 players were heavy. , ma w _ A baby girl had come th« previous Mrs A j Marli nek. Mrs. Ruth Monday morning to gladden the home Mj . and Mrs clarence See- nf n»^ Q nH Mrs. Will Becker on South | ^^ a ' nd Mr and Mr;j Emmet Pattz were visitors at Pilot Knob Sunday. About one hundred neighbors and gathered at the Henry Baade iuy evening to be tre:i'L-rt lo and cake by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson, who were marri-d two •iHjks ago. 5.62 .87 10.83 M 79 m. T» • * «»*i •• •*• »•«• — — * • Earl Bowman, labor 7o.oo Donald Palmer, labor 10-15 General Fund Frank Oreen salary 108.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary — 54.W1 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary — 54.00 Frank Oreen, dogs 2.00 Roy Larson, special police 8.30 J. Johnston, Jr., et al, special police aao N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service .. 3 32 - 11.65 Christensen Bros. Shoe Department Forty-two were pro- , mcl Mrs Wlll Martinek, Mr. New Fall Dresses Some with long sleeves, sizes U to 52 New Smart Print Handkerchiefs e L Fast color, KK) dozen at **** CUMMINGS' f lliUl llt^iB * rtj B .—** — ~.- - - of Mr. and Mrs. Will Becker on South Thorington street, the Upper Des Moines-Republican had reported. Also, a flivs baby girl had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen Sunday " The Methodist conference Algona district had betn held the previous week In Forest City and between y and ftrty people, along wltn Rev P. C. Taylor, had attended. Rev. Taylor, wlio had been on-.- of the most popular Algona ministers, had been returned to Algona. K D James, together with lus wifc and' daughter, Ruth, had just come -ore from Corning, Iowa, ami had pur- chaa:d an interest in the then "Ctn- l:-al" drug More, and was to assume the maiiiigemt-nt of it. Tap Dancing Lessons Tap Dancing Lessons will be given during the fall and winter months Saturday mornings at the Bryant building auditorium. There will be (beginning, in'.-."mediate and ady-ine- t-d cla-ses. 25 cents per lts.son. Lesions will bc-gin Oc'aber 13. Reaiotva. lion at nine o'clock. For further information call number 8 or 734. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Where You Can Find Just What You Want jf&OMX)^^ lllV IllilllilgcWi-''**^ W4 "• drug store was also called Ihe Bexiili drug store and lias been called by Mrs Frances Miller left last w-.tk ----- ifor DCS Mollies Whore slie will visit lor come I .some time and attend to business Mrs. Anna Huschka and Mrs. Mary loiir'Jiis were visitors at, the huine of n'h l ,° SS M «- c - I " 11I "-''- fal1 Mollday ufu - nh!on Die OL11UU" ....,„ ,,iii ,,,H f.nnil ,;. since. K. D. cr "Bob" i'US iiuiii'j *>i»*v-. *»-• —• -• : . . JL-L-U located in the Rexall since that .irne and is a familiar and well known business man in Algeria. Mrs. J L. Sltroyer ol Lake Park left Tuesday after visiting at the home ol Miss Ella Thompson during Ul1 -' Mttn- odisi conference. Mrs. Slu-oyer is the conference secretary of the Woniaiy Foreign Mibiionury iociely and UK here for Cedar Rapids to ittteua a brunch luoc-tiiig of tile suci-ay. truin Ihcfc she will continue 10 WaJinigtou, U C to tttteud u llatiuiiul uieetllltf. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller and family f near Plum Creek were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Rose Ani- dorfer. Sunday visitors at the P. F. 1m": fall home were Mr. and Mrs. E. Kahm and family of Des Mome* and Mr and Mrs. Bull Dwenger and tajn ily and Eleanor Ralun of Algona. Mr. and Mr*. Jule Studer uccoin- pauitd by Mas. Mary F^lx-nck-i. Mrs- John Siudvr, Mrs. Ohwlea StuttUL-K and tile latU-r's daugl'tvr. Mrs. Oeurge Ricke, drove to lies Monies Saturday to visit Mis. Fusbeader'a daugh^r, Ir- vue and friends, ix-turnina home Sunday Thousjndt o, P»opl how to obtain r«li»i ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS Bella at> daily Itaiinni „„,„,.. .-..-i «nd comluil l)» coliuctly fitted Abdominal J4P- porteii^ L u A ip«cl«l lrP« ol lupporter may be hid tor «*«rv dbdominal ailmant inclua- ilia' ob«lit« anl«rnit», .jllen itoniach. poit-op»tat'v«. wao iliac «tc. lh«« iuppott«» ««i't nalun 10 making anatomical corrections. Our €«p.ri«nc.d Btt«rf «'» J lid !» dtmunitratl th« variouj .. Ab- doSai"Suppt>rt«rv (»at"iin<l l>« ?•'• .ril.d NON-SKID ita»i: Jl»o Elastic Ho- ii«r, NON-SKID '-•' Shoulj.i Btacn. Quality, th* b« 'V, ip'ot fad irustM. thi ,o»ut. Hotentot Oil Burners Even lonMUM-atuivs—inak.' Imnuv hc-althy homos. PHILCO the World's $20°° Fastest Selling Radio Forciii'ii and Duiucst i up r* . . i • $^750 Fngidaire i« up REFRIGERATION 50 Vega Separators $ 77 Exchange Supreme Circulating 5 Heaters and Coal Ranges Skelgas wSrHwtew Known as worM's tint'st, t'iu'1 00 up Sorensen Drug BJUSTROM'S (Jivatt-r Values Kasy 'Ivrius -.,,, Al"<iua. Iowa. hum- ;

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