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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 28, 1936
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PORTING of DAY The Algona Upper Des Mollies, Algona, Iowa, July 28,1936 Grays Won 22 Out Of 27 Games This Season In Sensational Playing ADD FOUR MORE SCALPS DURING WEEK'S BATTLE Swat Storm Lake and Lake View on Twin Bill The Algona Grays made it eight in a row by sweeping through their second triumphant four-game week and making twenty-two wins for the season thus far. The Grays started in Wednesday night by wiping up the diamond with the Page Fence Giant negro team from Des Moines to the tune of 18 to 2. Cannonball Lichliter allowed only four of the colored boys a chance to see what the bases looked like and personally sent fifteen of them back to their bench- warming. Also adding insult to injury, he connected with a single, double, and triple in five times at bat Although Algona kept on running in two or three scores an inning, the crowning point of the game was the big seventh inning when five runs crossed the plate. In that Inning, just to pep up an otherwise listless game, Hook McClurg sent Herman Rea in to replace Scrubby Anderson at second base. Herman is a 15-year old second-sacker-in-the-making from St Louis who did himself proud by beating out a bunt the first time up and rapping out a single the next time for a perfect day at bat, also doing a neat job of his one fielding chance. Traul's triple in the same Inning brought the fourth and fifth runs across. The Grays murderer's row jumped on Saunders, dusky pitcher, for 19 hits; Lichliter allowing only three. The second game was a humdinger of a pitchers' battle between the Grays youthful hurler "Squire" Riddle and the veteran Craig Deim, who was doing mound duties for the Southern Minnesota All-Stars, at the Swea City celebration Thursday afternoon. Details are elsewhere. Take In Storm Lake Fresh from this conquest the bears took a little trip over to Storm tee Sunday afternoon to do bat- ""'1th the mighty White Caps, one fie fastest semi-pro teams in Iowa; each holding one victory over thfc other. This one also started out as a pitchers' duel, with Lichliter burning them in for Algona and Garris doing some good curve work for the White Caps. The Grays started the scoring on Leonard's triple in the fourth, coming in on Flanagan's mishandling of Traul's contribution. He waa also responsible for another run in the fifth by bringing Anderson home, who had singled and went to second on Mcnke's sacrifice. The Storm Lakers, however, came back in their half of the fifth, taking advantage of Traul's dropping an infield fly, an error on Menke, and a timely single, to ring up one tally. Leonard took the credit for another run in the seventh by sending a long fly out to left field which brought in Scrubby, who hart doubled and been sacrificed to third by Menke. The White Caps came back in their half of the sams inning to even the count with two singles, a walk and an error on Menke. Going into the ninth at three-all it looked as though the game was going to go on into extra innings, especially as Wander seemed destined to die on second after banging out a double. But being uwart of the fact that they had to hurry home for the Lake View game, Traul decided to take matters in his own hands by doubling Carrol across the plate Farnum also helped out the cause by singling Traul home. Lichliter limited the reputedly heavy Storm Lake sluggers to five small singles while his team mates gathered in twelve base knocks. Johnny Mtnke jetting three for live to pace the Grays. Having worked up a good appetite, the boys ate supper and then proceeded to step on the gas, arriving home in time to suit up and march off to the wars again. This time they met with the Lake View team, whom they bent out by cmc run in a previous encounter. The game started ouf iiiterc^tingly enough, but after Algona not through batting aromi't ill... lineup in the fifth inning, slugging uut live single and two doubks to tally six tiine.s, tile >;;unc Mo'.vcci ap a bit. Three Inning and cuht base knocks brought in live more scores and when the dust of battle had cleared, Algona .vas pen hint; on the winning end ul an 11 to o score. This lime il \sa^ Wander who led tile jnurdc i cr'.> row with three doubles and a single in live times up. Thi.-> game celebrated the return of Red" (Everett i Cor- riek to iiis oid station behind the plate after being uut wilh a sprained thumb. He also did a nice- job with the hickory, which is new by the wivy, getting a single and a double out of four times. A Mighty <«ood Record The Grays are hanging up an enviable record for themselves this season in both the hitting and pitching departments. An espec- iuilly noteworthy feat is the fact that the combination of either Traul or Menke to Anderson to Wander ha* successfully completed fifteen double plays so far this uetuton. Following shows the list of gajfuat and scores to date, which spwtks fo ritself as to the prowess speaks for itself as to the prowess Algous. S, Humboldt Red Cups 0. Algona 12, Wnittemore 1. Algona 6. Storm Lake 11 AJgoua 5. Titonka Indians 4. Algona 18, Charie* City Lions 11. AJgona 8, Chicago Americans 11. Algonu S, Forest City 6. Alx<">a *. House of Duvid 9. Brookside Golf Club Host To Tourney Players]Aug. 2 The Brookside Golf Club will be host, Sunday, to the North Central Iowa golf tournament at the course, four miles south and two miles west of Algona. Twenty-seven holes of play with a playing of nine holes in a qualifying round starting at 9 o'clock in the morning, is the order of the program, according to Lyle Reynolds, chairman of the tournament * The 18 holes of play for the championship, won last year by John Haggard of the Algona Country Club, will be Sunday afternoon. Entries have already been received from Jackson, Minn.. Waterloo, Cedar Falls and Fort Dodge, as well as many other towns closer to Algona. There will be an entry fee of 75 cents for the tournament, and suitable awards will be made to the championship Sight winners and the winners of the other flights. There will also be a driving contest during the noon hour. Algona 7. Humboldt Red Caps 1. Algona 9. Forest City 3. Algona 11. Mexican Aztecs 7. Algona 9, Austin Packers 1. Algona v 6. Charles City Lions 2. Algona 9. Forest City 2. Algona 10, Bancroft Lions 1. Algona 9, Prager Beer (Des Moines) 5. Algona 4. Forest City 5. Algona 7, Forest City 8. Algona 7, Bancroft Lions Z Algona 8. Prager Beers 7. Algona 10, Canadian Clowns 6. Algona 7. Lake View 6. Algona 8, Storm Lake 5. Algona 18. Page Fence Giants (Des Moines) 2. Algona 3, Southern Minn. Stars 1. Algona 5, Storm Lake 3. Algona 11, Lake View 3. Total points for Algona Grays, 228. total opponents 118. Sunday's box scores: Algona (5) Ab H R Anderson, 2b 5 2 2 A. Menke, ss 3 1 0 Wander, Ib 4 1 1 Leonard, cf 5 2 1 Traul, 3b 5 1 1 Farnum, rf 4 1 0 J. Menke, c 5 3 0 Kelly, If 4 0 0 Lichliter, p 4 1 0 39 12 5 Storm Lake (3) Ab H R Keister, cf 3 0 0 Thayer, Ib 4 2 0 Hutchison, c 4 0 Holm, 2b 3 1 McKinney, ss 4 1 Combes, If 3 0 Roberts, rf 4 1 Flanagan, 3b 4 0 Garrls, p 3 0 Owen 1 0 32 5 3 Algona (11) Ab H R Anderson, 2b 5 2 1 A. Menke, ss 5 Wander, Ib 5 Leonard, cf 5 Traul, 3b 5 Farnum, rf 5 J. Menke, If 3 Corriek, c Atwell, p . Lake View (3> Koenig, 2b . Finders, ss . Brett, cf R. Finders, Keister. c Johnson, 3b Hamilton, Ib Bauer, If Railsbnck, p Ryan, p 41 18 11 Ab H R rf 37 9 3 Ghosts Ate0 St. Benedict St. Benedict. A ghost story of tirst rate proportions was uncovered in St. Benedict, recently. when the Histers returned from Sioux City, and were dismayed to find a practically strange sanctuary. The first hint bordering on the mysterious was the unlocked uocr and the open windows. Kntermg. they found nothing tile way they hud left it. The furniture was all rearranged, a single, beiircom had been transformed into a double one, and a double one into a single one. .N'ot a picture was found where it had been left. The sis' vis were told that a passerby, <in«- evening, heard sounds corning from the building — -snickering, chattering and clitltcring. The voices all scc-jjicd tu be feminine. Only tell tale signs c,f occu- p.mcy during the sis'er.i' ab- .-:cnce was pup corn found on Lhe floor. Nc tiling in the kit- i in n had been disturbed, but the ghoal.3 :-t:cm tu have been feasting i n piipcorn. Tile niyMciy was Mill i aus- iny the .-islers tu ponder this \vvi k. itut they nov,' sti.-,{ji. ct that T he glio.its v.cre euithiy, ,ind UJal tjju pup C'/rn l.i a i lue which would indicate that the gho.-tly goings-on were caused by iioj.i- other than lueiubcrs of the palish wiio decided to greet the sisters' return by a ioni- plete renovating of the home, which is greatly appreciated. And if ghosts they be, the sister.-) issue them an invitation to come back next year and repeat the job. with perhaps a little pop corn to furnish nourishment during the procedure. Rewrites Of Newt From last; Friday 'f Konirth CountyfAdvanct THE BAD NEWS broke gently last week, when the assessments for the new State street paving were made public by the city council, after a special meeting. Objections are to be received August 12. at an open meeting. Total cost of the paving is $33,790.28. Of that amount a federal WPA grant amounted to $14,850. Assessment against property owners will come to $11,987.59, and that leaves a balance of $6,952.69 to be paid out of the city treasury. The George L. Galbraith estate pays the heaviest assessment, a total of $900. Small- r assessments range from $100 to LUVERNE CHURCH members went to the farm of Mrs. Herbert Will, whose husband and two daughters were killed in an auto accident some months ago, and cut and shocked her oats. Rev, L. Wittenberg was among those help- ng out. ALGONA'S LIBRARY board met tVednesday, reelected S. E. McMahon as president, and Ella Thompson as secretary. E. J. Gilmore was named vice president to succeed Mrs. A. L. Rist, who had resigned. MR. AND MRS. JOS. Eisele, of Whittcmore, are duly proud, and rightly so. Their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Albert Eisele. near Blue Earth, a correspondent for the Fairmont, »linn., Sentinel, won first place as the best country correspondent in the United States. She will receive a free trip to New York. 73 PER CENT ON $9.144 worth of checks given for the purchase of Koasuth cattle, was the settlement effected last week when a use involving James Fox of For- •st City was finally worked out. h'ox. buying cattle in this vicinity, lad given the checks to many Kossuth fanners in buying their cat- le. The checks were on the Leand Cooperative Bank. The hank rloscd. the farmers hnd their ::heckn, and the cattle were gone, 'onsidering all angles of the case, he 73 per cent settlement is a right ^oud one. MRS. HERMAN EMPT1NO for- ner Algonian, died suddenly ut [>es Moines. Funeral services were leld Friday. A husband and three hildren survive. Al'(.l ST 2 IS the date set for he golf tournament to be held at he Hrookside (Jolf club, at which he North C.'entral Iowa champion nr this year will be named. John liitggard of the Algona Country •Inb won the title last year. Lyle iteynold.s, Algona, is in charge. The entry fees will be 7f> cents. \\HKN THEIR AL'TO plunged lirough it bridge into a dredge ditch. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peril tail a close cull north of Fenton. They were shaken up and bruised, but not seriously injured. GRAYS VICTORS ATSWEAOTY INnGHTTTLT Riddle, Deim Each Yield 6 Hits As Algona Wins, 3 to 1 Algona's Grays won a tight pitch era' battle at Swea City, Thursday afternoon, defeating the Minnesota All-Stars, 3 to 1, with each team getting six hits. Leonard broke up the contest in the eighth inning, when Algona scored two runs. The husky cent- erfielder leaned on one, and scored him. Menke had tripled, and Al Menke and Wander ahead of Wander got a free trip to first Algona's two double plays were other Features of the contest Deim, hurling for the All-Stars, gave a fine hurling exhibition, and Riddle for Algona did likewise. Bunching hits and bearing down when runs were at stake, proved the margin of difference for the Grays. The game was played in connection with the annual Swea City celebration, and a goodly crowd of fans from not only North Kossuth but Algona went to the contest. Algona—3 Ab H Po A Anderson, 2b 4 141 A. Menke, ss 3 211 Wander, Ib 3 051 Leonard, cf 3 110 Traul, 3b 4 022 Farnum, rf 4 120 J. Menke, c 3 010 Riddle, p 4 Oil Totals S2 6 27 6 All Stars—1 AbHPoA Gettler, ss 5 1 3 Sime, 2b 5 0 3 Dolan, 3b 1 1 2 Wegs, c 3 1 10 Bruns, rf 4 0 0 Aben'n, Ib 3 0 6 Goerndt, cf 3 0 1 Deim, p 4 1 0 33 6 27 5 Total Score by innings: Algona 000 010 020—3 All-Stars 000 010 000—1 Summary: Errors, 3. Menke, Riddle: two base hits, A. Menke, Farnum; three base hits, A. Menke, J. Menke; runs batted in, Leonard, 2; Anderson; double plays, Traul to Wander; Traul to Anderson to Wander; struck out, by Deim 10, Riddle 9; bases on balls, off Riddle 6, Deim 4. Football Boys of '98 Gather for Reunion at Long's Five members of Algona's first football team which played back in 1808, held a reunion last Thursday ut Long's grocery, when one of their members returned to Algona for a short visit. The visitor was Fred King, brother of W. H. King of Hobarton. Mr. King, a former Algona hardware man, now lives in Kankakee, Illinois. Other members of the team who gathered to visit with Mr. King were C. W. Nicoulin, Harold Hutchins, Lee Heed, and Abner Long. Mr. King and Lee hadn't seen each other in :;9 years. CLASSIFIED ADS MGHT.MNG HTRl'C'K twice in lorlhcrn Kossuth. At the T. Krull r :trm. northeast of Buffalo Center, the barn was destroyed, and a cow :iik<(. At KIISS Hhipler's place, two trees and a corner of tile oats field were burned after bolts struck. • • • !»« VKAKS OLD. Mrs. Henrietta Wle.-.c died lust week. Tht family iainu Id Kossuth county in Ib88. Two ;.(m.s, Adolpli and Emil, survive. lieiierul Hospital JS'ew* Thursday, July 23-Mrs. Huiel Murray, Woden, tonsilectomy. Friday. July 2\- A. A. Blair underwent a minor operation. Saturday. July 25—Medical treatment given to the wounds and lacerations received by Ruth Lund, Alyona. Kmma Winters, Emmetsburg. Lawrence Voungwirth. Wesley. Elmer Youngwirth. LuVerne, O^car Simmons. St. Benedict, in an automobile accident. Former Sherman Twp. Man Dies in Kansas Kciwiird Francis Dullea, a form- i r Kheiinan township farmer, died i:t lol.t Kansas. .June 28. according to word leceived recently by his sister-in-law. Mrs. John Lamuth. Funeral services were held Monday morning. June 2a at nine- o'clock and interment was made at lola. Mr. Dullea came to Kowuth county in IbSl shortly after his i mauiage to Miss Mary Riley. His live children were born here and four survive. The surviving children are Esther. Ellen and Dennis c:. of lola, Mrs. J. C. Resch of Spirit Lake and Edward C. of £pringtic)d. Colorado. Miss Ellen attended the Normal school here. In It*o7 the Dullea family niov- id to Kansas where they farmed until Iblfc when they moved to lola and Mr. Duliea waa employed In the stores department of the Lehigh Portland Cement plant until he retired in 1!)2«. Mrs. Dullea died five years ago. Mr. NEW WANT AD POLICY HUrUng Immediately, all want adit in thU paper miut be paid for in advance, unlens you have a book account on our ledger. Cont of mailing notice* and other wanted effort, make* it Impossible to do a credit bu»- lne»* on want adu. Minimum charge of want* ad* will be 25 cento, on the bavin of 2 cento a word in advance. Want adn charged on ledger accounts will be S cento a word. When sending want ad* into the office, count the word*, multiply by 2 cento, and send the amount wttn the ad. Unless cash is received, no ad will appear. This move has been forced upon us by unpaid want ad account*. For Sale FOR SALE--Reconditioned typewriters! Low prices! 1 Remington, large model. $15. 1 Remington large model, $20. 1 Royal Portable, with caae $25. See them here. Terms cash.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 30 FOR SALE—F-20 Farmall on rubber. Used a little for demonstrating. At big saving. Also an F-12 three bottom McCormick- Deering tractor plow as good as new.—J. E. Ukena, LaJioU, Iowa. 30-31* FOR SALE—Piano. Can be seen in Algona. Only $47 left to pay. Cash only. Writ/e Critchett Piano Co., Des Moines, Iowa. 28-30* Now! A Complete Novel Every Sunday. The first one entitled "The Second Key" by -Mrk. Belloc Lowudck with Next Sunday's t'bicago Herald and KxiuiUJier. Be sure to read the Complete Novel Every Sunday. FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulis.—Lloyd Groan, Algona. Three miles north of Hobarton. 26-32* FILM DEVELOPING—Roll film printed, developed, one enlargement free, 2& cents.—Borchardt Drug. 26-11 Save that cream with a Vega separator. User* biggest boosters. Medium size $82.60. Term*.—Bjua- troin'e. Algona, Iowa. 3-tf A Pet's a Pet - Even If It's Old Jack The Mule When Kenneth Mercer, playground supervisor, decided to have a pet show last week, he was not excited or disturbed on Friday, the day of the show, when his young friends began bringing in cats, dogs and even pigeons and chickens and turtles, but when young Chuck McVay walked into the grounds of the Bryant school leading his pet mule, it sort of hit Mercer for the count At any rate, there were about 25 entries, and Harry Hull and K. D. James, acting as judges, after looking all of the pets over, especially the mule, decided that Dickie Oodfredsons white poodle was of championship calibre, and awarded it the prize. The dog received a set of studded harness for a prize. In the hop scotch contest, Shirley Stevenson and Donna Jean Walgreen tied for first place and received compacts, and in the boys' divisions, Richard Halpln won first prize and the Jack knife offered. <• Last Thursday the playground kiddles, numbering about 95, were guests at the State theatre. This week, Mercer states, there will be a nature study hike on Tuesday, and a doll contest on Friday, with prizes for the best dressed doll, the funniest doll and so on. In case or rain there will be no playground because the interior of the Bryant building is being redecorated. ^^ 2 Movie Stars with •Circus Reb Russell of gridiron fame and hi* beautiful horse "Rebel", both recently from Hollywood, will be seen in action with Russell Bros. Circus in Algona on Friday, July 31. CIRCUS GIRL DEFIES DEATH Violetta Conner*, suspended by her teeth will slide three hundred feet from the dome of the big tent to the ground, her body spinning around like a human top, and not any net beneath her—one of the many real thrillers to be seen with Russell Bros. Circus due in Algona Friday, July Slut. 2 Special Pages of Big Bargains Next Thursday's Advance, and next Tuesday's Algona Upper Des Moines will contain two pages of special community bargains being offered by every store In Algona, and priced especially for Pavement Day, which Is next Wednesday, August 5. Wise shoppers will watch for th«s specials and not only come to Algona that day to enjoy the the free watermelon and dance, and other parts of the celebration but will have a chance to take advantage of over 100 special, low-priced Items offered cooperatively by all local stores. Gilmore, Smith Win In Country Club Golf, Sun. Last Sunday's tournament at the Country Club was a new style of competition, and drew 52 entries. Two players were paired together and their handicaps subtracted from their gross score. The three low net scorers were winners. Twosomes winning were Harold Gilmore and Don Smith, net 59; Leo Kinseth and A. H. Hanson, net 60; Watson March and Ted Chrts- chtlles, net 62. The fifth round in the club handicap tournament la to be completed by Thursday of this week. Most of the favorites have been eliminated in the tourney thus far and a dark horse looks likely to cop the title. Next Sunday is the date set for the open tournament at Brookslde club, south of town, and it is expected that a large number of players from the Country Club will compete. There are prizes for winners in every flight. There will also be a tournament at the Country Club Sunday for ajl who care to play. ASSESSMENT NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that a plat and schedule are cm file In the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, showing aaseas- ments proposed to be made for and on account of the cost of constructing paving, curbing, gutter, and storm sewer on State Street from the west line of Hall Street to a point fifteen feet east of the west line of Jones Street, against properties abutting upon and adjacent to said improvement (and against railway and street railway companies whose tracts are located thereon, abutting thereon or adjacent thereto), said plat and schedule showing the separate lots and parcels of ground proposed to be assessed for the coat of said improvement, the- name* of the owners thereof, so far as known, and the amount to be aseeoced against each lot or parcel of ground and against railway or street railway companies assessable therefor. Within twenty days after the first publication of this notice all objections f> eald assessments or to the prior proceedings on account of errors, irregu. laritles or inequalities must be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk. Any objection not so made shall be deemed waived. Date of first publication July 23, 1936. ADAH CARLSON, 45-46 City Clerk. Twenty Years News The Chicago « Northwestern began work on a new depot. It was strictly modern In every respect, steam heated, electric lighted, and a model building for a railroad station. The old depot was moved to the lot south of State street to be modernized and made into a freight depot The cost of the new depot was estimated at $28,000. • * » Lightning struck the George Spongberg house on East McGregor street during an electrical storm and tore a large hole in the roof. The family was more or less shocked but uninjured. The lightning followed the gu (f ers and soil pipe into the ground. • • • A party of Algona young men, Mr. Creech, Ernest Thlele, John Beiser, Mike Dalley, and John Robinson, who had hired Frank Koepke's Ford car for a trip to Bancroft were more or less injured when the car struck a patch of sand in the road a shirt distance from Hurt while going at a good rate of speed. The car skidded throwing all the boys out Luckily not anyone of them were injured with the exception of Mr. Creech. • * • James Avant, a negro, waa arrested Thursday evening for entering the home of E. Gregor on South Phillips street He stole two razors, a pair of shoes and a search light Officers took after him and he was captured south of the city. He was taken before Squire Crowell and bound over to the grand jury, and put In jail. • * * Sloe & Sjogren had a floor mill In active operation in their store window which attracted considerable attention. The mill was in miniature and was operated by electricity and actually ground flour with a jolly miller dancing a jig In front The occasion was a special sale on flour. • • • Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington had arrived home from their automobile trip to St Paul, where they spent a week visiting friends. • • • L. J. Dloklnton arid Al Fatten- hainer had gone to Des Molnea in order to be on the grounds early for the big convention. Kossuth Hospital New» July 21, Monday—Clifford -Holding, of Hurt, underwent an appendectomy. July 21, Tuesday—Mrs. Chester Alme, Lone Rock, gave birth to ar baby girl. July 21, Tuesday—Augustln Alcala,- Ledyard, was operated on for appendicitis. July 23, Thursday—Mrs. Florence* Reaaer, Titonka, underwent an appendectomy. July 24, Friday—Donald Hanlgr, Wesley, was operated on for hernia. July 25, Saturday—W. S. Cosgrove, Wesley, entered for medical care. July 25, Saturday—Marlata Huber, Titonka, underwent an appendectomy. July 26, Saturday—Mrs. Julius Seller, Algona, gave birth to a baby boy. x July 27, Monday—HaroldvSkow,. Wesley, underwent a tonsllectomy. Sure - You want something, in hot weather, Candy LONG'S has summer candy put up in "big cellophane bags for only lOc package COOL AMD REFRESHING Three more shipment* Just arrived for our Premium Department Come In and look them over and) get your card. A Meat Loaf or Baby Beef for Threshing Our Quality and Price Will Please Open Sunday A. M. 8 to 0 A Nice Way to Get Your Meat Long's Food Shop Free Delivery Phones 8U-H5 *s&XOBceo3XCBXC&rxiittyiycK^^ USED CARS 1929 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR Reconditioned motor, fine shape. 1932 PLYMOUTH TUDOR O. K. 1934 CHEVROLET COACH Radio 1933 CHEVROLET COUPE Clean 1929 ERD 4 DOOR 1930 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK, $125.00 Grain box and stock rack 1934 CHEVROLET TRUCK, SWB, $350.00 New rubber MAXWELL MOTORS Phone 595 Algona, Iowa PEACHES The hot weather is over with and now* it is time to buy the BEST California Peaches for canning. Lots of good eats always at AKRE'S Phones— 980-991 Must Sell Quickly No We're Not Going Out of Business nor have we lost our lease but the Painters and Decorators t Are Coming and we must make room for them. Rather than have dresses, coats and suits soiled and ruined, we wdH sell them out in a sensational BALE. Help us clean house and help yourelf to the biggest bargains you ever saw on a new, clean stock of HIGH QUALITY READY TO WEAR. Sale Begins Right Away and Prices Are Marked for * Quick Clearance Conn in this week and take advantage of these savings. Prices an not quoted because you have to SEE the garments to appreciate the savings WE MEAN BTOHnBa»-daat delay.

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