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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 9,1936 Ml*. Edyttte battey and son, Bin, speftt Sunday in Des Moines visiting relatives. Bob Kldtftfdton spent the week end at the Rev. D. M. Simpson residence in Pocahontas. Hugh Herman spent the week end in Charles City ana Nora .Springs on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. 6. McCuIlouRh drove to Baxter, Friday, to attend the funeral of a friend, Mrs. Richard Butler. Mrs. Anna Nelson Is back from Cedar Falls, to her old home here. She expects to remain here until fall, and spend the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Setzer spent Sunday in Mason City with their daughter, Catherine. Catherine is a student nurse at the Mercy hos- pltal> it, * Mary Ann Tlmm, daugotfer if Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Tlmm, mil return today (Tuesday) after spending a twto weeks' vacation with friends in Hampton. Manly Hoppe spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. The former is a professor of chemistry at Iowa State •College at Ames. Keith Kelppe of Waterloo was a week end guest at the Andy Johnson home. Saturday, Keith Kelppe, Melvln and Thelma Ouy spent the day in Mason City. Margaret Thompson, teacher In Des Moines, arrived Sunday evening, with the A. Z. Slagles. She will spend an extended visit with Miss Clara Zahlten. Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Laird and daughter, Betty, spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Mason City visiting Mrs. Laird's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ives. Mr. and Mrs. August Single drove to Des Moines Sunday t6 have dinner with the Elmer Peterson family. Mr. Peterson Is the editor of Better Homes and Gardens. Marian Hoppe will return on Friday from Ames, to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. Marian Is a senior at the Iowa State College. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and daughter, Mary Susan, are guests this week of Kathleen Holtzbauer and other relatives. They came to attend the wedding of Betty Barry and Roy Berrie. Myrtle Olson, Wanda Hanson, John Spongberg and Carl Spongberg will be delegates to the annual meeting of the Northern District Luther League, to be held at Pomeroy, Iowa, on June 19-21. Eugene Hutchins, Don Gardner, Sherwood Potter, Irene Dalziel, Irtna Dee Roupe, Marguerite Dai- zlel,. Beuna Raney and Bernlce Harrington spent the week end at ths Lusby cottage In Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roberts and daughter, Dorothy of Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Matt and children, Bobble and Nancy Lee of Plalnfleld were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Roberts. Mrs. C. R. Mundhenk and her sister, Mrs. Forest Rice, returned to their.respective homes in Sioux City Monday, having visited here since Memorial Day. They were guests of Louise Magnuson and Hilma Ostrum. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and daughter, Kathleen, drove to Wyman, last Tuesday, for a visit with' their son, Wallace Evans. Dr. and Mrs. Evans came home Saturday/ but Kathleen will remain for about three weeks. •;» Mr*. Virgil Cooper was In Des Moines for the week end. Herman Cartoon and son were business visitors in Wesley, Friday. Delta Wetter and Dnwllla Caagh- lln were in Waterloo for the week end visiting friends. Mr*. Ray Work retarded from a two weeks visit spent at the home of her mother, Mrs. B. M. Higglns in Des Moines. Her son, Donnte Lowery, came home with her for two or three weeks. Peg Hunt of Des Moines is a house guest. Lon P. Wright wilt go to Sioux City Wednesday to take the Civil Service examination for railroad postal clerk. Mr. Wright was ill when the examiner from Sioux City was here and was unable to take the examination at that time. Lloyd and Mildred Pratt drove to West Union Saturday to return Polly Tupper, a guest for the past week at the Pratt home, to her home there. Lloyd and Mildred spent the week end with friends, and spent Monday in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Vaux and children, Wallace and Phyllis, arrived Friday from Stillman, Illinois, to visit the C. W. Pearson 'home. Mrs. Vaux was formerly Eunice Pearson. Mr. Vaux Is a teacher in the high school at Still- Nan and David Milter of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, arrived Sunday to spend until Wednesday with their grandmother, Mrs. L. Miller. Mrs. Wallace Clow, formerly Gertrude Long, of Chicago, came with them to visit her mother, Mrs. Chester Long. Mrs. L. Miller Is Mrs. Chester Long's mother. Mr. and Mm. P. A. Danson and son, Robert Louis, returned Saturday afternoon from a two weeks' vacation trip to St. Paul. Mr. Danson is a first lieutenant in the reserve army, and spent his time in training at Fort Snelling. Mrs. Danson and Robert visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lawton in St. Paul. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! Complete Paint Job Including Labor UnderF.H.A. A Plan SCREEN PAINT Screen* last longer when palmed with this glony, long-wearing enamel. Will not clog meth. Protect! both screen- wire and frame. Black only. Per Quart, Regular price 89c 35< FLOOR PAINT lUde from ipecUl formula that !• ma iMt word in lon( weir. It IB water proof. Won't dl*. color. P«r Quart **• Price 66c WAGON PAINT A high (fad* spar varalah enamel (or wig ontand t arm machinery. Prevents nut Per Quart, Regular price ....... 60c tatoPrk* 65< ALUMINUM PAINT For any metal or wood surf ace. Makes ideal under coating for any paint job. Per Gal. Reg. price $3.35 Sale price $f .W 6. Gal. Per Gal. Reg. price 93.08 Sate Price Save by buying your entire summer paint supply at these deep cut prices. You'll make cash savings by painting houses, barns, and buildings NOW1 A complete paint job including paint, materials and labor amounting up to $500.00 may now be paid for over a 12 or 18 month period under our F. H. A. easy payment plan. As low as $4.19 a month—small carrying charge. Let Gamble's paint your house at a I substantial saving. Competent LOCAL Master Paint- arc will give estimates on the cost, including labor and [ material. 'EXPERT PAINT p EfpecUlly adaptable where economical outside psint 1 is necessary. Recommended for outbuildings, fences,' trimmings, etc. Comes in white only. *« »C Can be tinted with oil colors. Per Oaf., * • *•«* regular price «l.a». tate Prlee> JL Gamble's House Paint A very One quality paint having long life, excellent coverage, good hiding power and beauty. 6 Gal. ,per gal. ' Regular price 91.74 SatePrlc* Reg. price. Sato PerGsl 11.84 Prltt 100% HOME GUARD PAINT Made of the purest white lead carbonate, Unseed oil, xinc oxide, dryers, Sed^n^f ^oSr answer every painting ^BBii^Mp|BJ OH OUR requirement. 6 Gallons, ^BQHHUIBB EASY ft."'"* $149 •••• PAYMENT ST"?; ••••<.££.«- *••••••••••••••• FLAN Per Gal. rez Sate *"%** price .sa.84.Prle* * GAMBLE'S BARN PAINT Made of pure red oxide ground in Unseed oil. Combines the wood preserving qualities of Unseed oU with the durability of red oxide. You will find it's a good economical paint for most jobs. 4fcO** 6 Gal. per gal. Reg. Price UXV n.o9.««t«prtc« y%F Gamble's Grade 'A' RED BARN PAINT No barn paint made will cover better or hold its color longer. It's mill ground, (not just mixed), of the finest materials obtainable. A &GH GLOSS PAINT. Comes in bright red only. {« 1Q 6 Gal., per gal. Reg. price * • *•* S1.37.Sale Price •» Per gal. Sale $1 Reg. price... .»1.45, frte*.. J Air. and Mm. D. A. Barnard drove to Winnebago, Sunday, to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Norman. Jlr. and Sirs. Glen McMurray and daughter, Patty, of Belmond spent Sunday In Algona with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. <fa«. Neville and granddaughter, Laura Ann, returned Monday from Stoux Falls, South Dakota, where they had spent the week end. Mrs. Harlcy Troutman and baby are in Fort Dodge where the baby la under observation In a hospital until doctors can determine proper means of nourishment for the child. Miss Eleanor Lamuth, who Is taking nurses' training at Rochester, Minnesota, arrived here, Sunday, to be present for the wedding of Betty Barry. She drove back to Rochester, Monday afternoon, with Jack Beers. Kosauth county girls graduating from Cedar Falls this spring were Ruth Black, Algona, who was awarded the kindergarten primary education diploma; Verona Radig, Lone Rock, who was awarded the rural teacher diploma and Marjorle A. Barger, Swea City, who was awarded the elmentary teacher diploma. Mrs. A. L. Long and daughter, Doris, and son, Jack, drove to Grinnell, Friday, to attend the commencement exercises at Grinnell college, and to visit Mrs. Robert Middlekauff, another daughter, formerly Arba Dee Long. They returned Sunday evening, and A. L Long left for Grinnell Monday to visit the Middlekauff's. Mr. and Mrs. Middlekauff will leave soon to make their home in California. Frank Paterlck of St. Louis, Missouri, left Monday morning to return to his home after a three weeks' illness. Mr. Paterlck travels for the Pangburn Candy Co Three weks ago he became very ill while stopping in Algona, anc was rushed to the Kossuth hospita for an emergency appendectomy He was in the hospital for two weeks and spent one week of recuperation at the home of Mary Sorensen. Mr*. John Lamuth spent the week find visiting her sister, Mrs Ella Hemfling at St. Paul. The latter is making her home with her daughter, Mrs. John Wolfe. Mrs Lamuth was accompanied on her trip by her daughter, Irene, and Mrs. L. C. Puth, another daughter and the latter's husband of Manly Mrs. Lamuth and Mrs. Hemfling ar> the only surviving children of i family of 14. Mrs. Lamuth is 76 and Mrs. Hamfling is 79. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand ] and son will leave Thursday morning for St. Peter, Minnesota, to visit with the former's parents until Sunday evening. They will attend the synodical meeting of Aug- ustana Lutheran Synod of America. There will be a delegation from Algona to attend the services In the morning and evening. Twenty-four young men will be ordained into the ministry in the afternoon. Those from Algona in the delegation are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun, Mrs. Geo. Spongberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren, and Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Sunday morning Rev. Sjostrand will be one of two lit- ugists at the communion service. The church in St. Peter is Kev. Sjostrand's home church. Ing . M. Bpll Tel. Co., service f. C. McMahon. meter re- tnrn Vic's Service Station, rndso. The Patrol Valve Co., GAMBLE'S VARNISH h maybe i 4 nour 39< PAINT BRUSHES DUE FOR MO MICE INCREASE Costs have Increased over 80% in the last 6 mouths. Buy now because paces must advance sharply very soon. ' Varnish Brush J« y Varnish Brush.., «« 'Panel Brush We ' Shasta Type Brush 4i« U' Bonita Brush *•« ' WaU Paint Brush. ... - JW« Vttt Paint Brush >1.10 A smooth, rich, beautiful finish may be obtained by using Gamble's 4 hour varnish. Gives remarkably long wear. Per pint—Reg. Price 46c Sato Prle« Per Quart. Sato Reg. price 79c Pries Per Gallon. Sato $* Reg. price $2.69 Pries.. ft* GAMBLE'S CHROME SPAR VARNISH Especially made for surfaces exposed to weather. Gives exceedingly tough, wear resisting film. Is quick drying. Has high gloss finish. Per pint. Reg. — — * price S k. Sale Price v Per Quart Sato Reg. piice- 69c Price Per Gn lion. Sale Jt Reg. pi ice *2.29 Price J W« Carry • Complete Line •f PAINT snd PAINT SUPPLIES E 20.70 25.30 10.00 6.42 9.4R mdse. DEPOSIT FUND Fred Albertson et al, deposit refund 30.00 WATER FUND W. Kelly, salary 70.00 farrr Barton, salary 110.00 Carry Barton, salary 10.00 ''rank Ostrum, salary 125.00 Mitchell, salary .- 105.00 Carl Bowman, salary 86.00 Don Palmer, labor 566.09 Bufalo JtetPr Co.. mdse. _ 99.20 Western Metal Prod. Co., mdse. 41.16 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. 156.88 H. W. Post, freight and dray 4.91 Norton Machine Works, repairs —_ 41.44 B. Oodfredson, *«» and oil 12.89 A. Heard, repairs 5.75 GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary H. A. Van Alstyne., salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary R. Valentine, salary ----John Foch, special police F. W. Green, dogs ------E. Godfredson, gas -----Tom Frankl, gas -------Tom Akre, rent A Summer Cleaning Service For Every Need N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service ----------------Jese Lashbrook, salary _Jess Lashbrook, salary .Kohlhaas ft Spllles, mdse Johnson DX Station, gas. E. Godfredson, oil ------F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Stand. Oil Co., mdse. ---J. I. Holcomb Co., mdae.- lowa Culvert & Pipe Co., mdse. ---------------H. W. Post, freight and dray ----------------Norton Mach. Works, repairs 125.00 77.00 40.00 70.8 i 3.50 2.00 1.38 11.5S 10.42 3.32 53.00 60.00 6.95 18.34 4.73 35.64 66.03 37.55 68.67 13.08 Light summer clothes soil easily! But we'll clean them thoroughly, without shrinkage, without fading. Send them :o the Modern. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 C. A. Heard, repairs 43.47 1.75 17.25 20.00 W. Hanson, labor Jess Umbenhower, dump- Advance Pub. Co., print- Ing 78.23 The Algona U. D. M., printing 92.53 Elliott Skllllng, team labor 79.10 Elliott Skllllng, team labor 66.00 Willard Gregson, team labor 65.45 Willard Gregson, team labor 56 -°° Geo Gunder, street labor. 64.40 Geo. Gunder, street labor- 14.00 Oliver Bakken, street labor 55.65 Oliver Bakken, street labor 21.00 Frank Skilllng, street labor 75.25 Icn Stms'er, street labor 15.40 len Strayer, street labor 1.75 Louis Hagg, street labor - 1.75 F. S. Norton & Son, material 23.49 cstotnik Service Station, gas 1-73 Vic Service Station, mdse. 40.05 C. E. Chubb, eng. 11.00 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 Archie Dodds et al, labor- 478.58 Council Minutes GAM B L THE FRIENDLY STORE, | Hotel Algona Corner ORES B'D BY EMPLOYEES ' *~ BUB BAKNABD Algona, Iowa, May 27, 1936. Council mot In regular session, with Mayor Specht In chair. The councilmen present were White, Poster. Kohlhaas, Mlsbach. Kaln & Overmyer. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. Motion carried that App. Ord. No. 242 be passed. A motion was made and carried to assist the band boys in erecting band stand. Carried to renew storm sewor starting at alley south of Algona hotel to McGregor street and west on McGregor street one block. App. Ord. No. 451 allowed. The following to be employed at the swimming pool for the season Frances Clayberg, salary __.$60.00 Ronald White, salary $80.00 Omer Kelly, salary ._ $60.00 Mrs. Adrian Sterling to operate* refreshment stand. Rent for seas on, $15.00. The following bills were al lowed: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 180.00 Leo Bellork, salary 135.0C F. C. Dailey, salary 135.01 Tom Hatpin, salary 110.0C Tom Halpin, salary 20.0 Walter Gorman, salary -„ 130.0C H. E. Stephenson, salary . 125.0C Ray Haiion, salary 100.01 Hay barton, salary 25.01 Adah Carlson, salary 135.0i Ernst Thlel, meter reading 26.6 Lukenheimer Co., iudse._. 8.0 Gen. Elect. Supply Corp., mdse. 115.8 Barnsdall Uef. Corp., dist. 520.4 C. M. St. Paul & P, freight disl. 357.2 West. Elect. & Manf. Co., mdse. 38.2 Terry-Durin Co., mdse. __ 58.3 Electric Supply Co., mdse. 118.7 Malleable Iron Works, indse. 472.7 West. Elect. Supply Co., indse. 594.2 United States Elect. Co., mdse. .._ 50.25 Burroughs Add. Mach. Co., maint, 60,80 Burroughs Add. Mach. Co., mdse. 1.02 The Northern Trust Co., uidse. 40.17 Kohlhaas & Spillea. mdse. 17.01 Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse. „_ 14.66 Joe Dunii ct al, labor — 24.57 Long's Food Shop. mdse._ .26 11. W, Post, freight and dray 26.75 Railway Express, service. Vic's Service, mdse. Inwa State Bunk, checks - 3.75 Irving. Light & Power Co., service 1.85 Creaco Union Electric Co.. service _. - - . - . . 4.'!2 Western Uuiou, service .60 E. Godfretisou. gas ami oil 7.37 E. Godfredsoii, gas a.ud oil 10.00 The Algona U. D. M., printing 14. Oi) Advance Vub. Co., print- F. S. Norton & Son, material F. S. Norton & Son, material 3rlc Nelson, labor Sast End Foundry & Mach. Shop, mdsfi. C. E. Chubb, eng. Thompeon-I lay ward Co., mdse. nternationa! Filter Co., mdse. Theo B. Robertson Co. Inc., mdse. Weyer & Wenthe, mdse. - Ryne-r Helmers, labor — Hill Owners Mutual Fire Inc. Co., ins. H. W. Post, freight and dray E. W. Hanson, material and labor Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. Electric Light Fund, bond and int. coupons 1800.0' FIRE FUND 56.3 266.9f 3.90 18.36 11,00 30.32 5.6' 31.4: le.er 52.2f 12.8C 1.4 .8.02 7.0 Rrnest Godfredson, gaa _ 1.05 Algona Fire Co., fires — 150.0 1 Adjourned. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk AN ORDINANCE NO. 842 ORDINANCE TO VACATE Men's Wear For Summer The NEW Cooper's Polo Skirts 75c-95c Switch to Summer Comfort ATTORNEYS AT LAW n. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON A LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bk. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA i. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MKLUOI ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Co. State Bk. Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone «1 E. ,1. VAN NE8S-G. W. 8Ttt.LMAJt LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, low* Sporty sox all light shades 26c-35c Wash Tie Bargains at 25c Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby A Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 98 I* A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone in ALGONA, IOWA E. C. MeMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 139 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Rea. 318 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, M'MAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA WASH PANTS Are Cool er YOUR CHOICE OF CHECKS STRIPES, PLAIDS AND NUBS AT BLUE, WHITE, SAND, YELLOW $1.45 to $3.35 Misbach Clothing Co. ALL THAT PART OF A CER TAIN ALLEY ADJACENT TO AND JUST NORTH OF LOT SIX (6) OF BLOCK TWO HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE (245) OF CALL'S AVENUE ADDITION TO ALGONA, IOWA, ANR PROVIDING FOR THE CONVEYANCE TO EUGENE MUV1TAGH OF THAT PORTION OF SAID ALLEY VACATED BY THIS ORDINANCE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That all that part of a certain alley adjacent to and jusi north of Ivot Six (t>) of Block Two Hundred Forty-five (245) of Call's Avenue Addition to tin: Citv of Algona, Iowa, being more particularly described and bounded a.-. follows: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot Six (6) of Block Two Hundred Forty-five C-'45> of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, thence north to the south hue of Lot Seven (7) of said block Two Hundred Forty-five (245), thence West to the Southwest corner of said lA>t Seven (7) of said Block Two Hundred Forty- five- (245), thence South to the Northwest corner of Lot Six (0) in said Block Two Hundred Forty- five (215), thence East to the point of beginning, be aud ihe same is hereby vacated Section Two. That the Mayor and the Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and they are hereby authorized aud directed to execute a ljuit Claim Dc«d conveying to Eugene Murlagh all the right, title, and interest of the City of Algona, Iowa, in and to that portion of the alley adjacent to and just north of Lot Six (6) of Block Two 4.92 |Hundred Forty-five (245) of Call's 1.251 Avenue. Addition to Algoua, Iowa, vacated by this ordinance. Section Three. This ordinance- shall be in full force and effect from and .ifter its pasctage arid publication as provided by lav.. C. F. SPWHT. Mayor of tho City of Algous. Iowa. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City i'le.rk of, the/ City of Alijoua, Iowa. How do you manoge to have tuck good luck with your ' "Th*r*'« no luck oboa: it wk«* I UM> Mar) AIM Flour—ft'* ot •\ t r MARYANN The F LOU R ""** a 7(ajHrt CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone M PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS 3. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rist over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Rea. Phone 890 ALGONA, IOWA a H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones-XXIlce 197 RaKlM DR. C. C. 8H1ERK -,«* Chiropodist—Podiatrist * * . "FOOT SPECIALIST—• • Over Christensen's Store Phone 250 Algoau DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christenaen store Phone, Business 164, Residence 7M ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP . DENTIST ^ Qulnby Bldg. Phone 13)1 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 47S-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Mary Ann Flour _____ Fremont's Best Radiant, guaranteed 49 Ib. bag $1.79 49 Ib. bag $1.49 49 Ib. bag $1.29 Peanut Butter Sweet Pickles _____ Salad Dressing Sandwich Spread Apricots Prunes, large size White Naptha Soap Napkins, 100 count 2 Ib. jar 25c full qt. 29c quart 29c quart 29c No. 10 can 45c 3 Ibs. 25c 6 giant bars 20c per pkg. lOc Crystal white Soap 10 giant bars 35c FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY I LARGE 18" x 36" CANNON TURKISH TOWEL with 10 wrappers from CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP ASK US FOR DETAILS Monarch Cake Flour, bakes delicious cakes, large package for 25c POST'S CEREAL SPECIAL 1 pkg. Post Toasties, 1 pkg. Grapenut Flakes, 1 pkg. Post Bran Flakes, all three for 25c SUGAR, fine granulated 10 Ibs. 49c SALMON . 1 Ib. tall lOc Don't Forget! We have u complete line of Uubbard (hick Starter tuid Ma*h. You call liiiJ no butter feed for your chicks than this. Special Value in Price and Fc-»:Uiii(j Literature. Complete Line of Fresh aud Cold Meats BASKET GROCERY W.B.CUM, Ma yOU will gel X comiortabt* «ad inondly hospitality at Ul*> New NICOLLET HOTEU whether your visit b« lot business or pleasure or both, •t rate* that am surpr. ilngly moderate. Conveniently locatud to the Business, Theatre, V. iu.isaU, financial and Shopping DUtriet, thli modern lire;.root Hotel otfere •very nicety in appointment*. It* comiortahl* beds, iamous thioughout tha country, and Ui quJst, airy room* will issur» yom t, refreshing night'* iv^t. It* ii&*> but moderately priced r«*Un> rant* meat tua tsqun^.i'.euU el even tna mo»t critical. Within walking diiUBM (thiaa block*) oi *U Pufeagst Terminal*. Ads ii This Newspaper Will Add to Your Sales The Carbon i'.ipt-r That Gives S itlM.n lu

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