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Maurice Times (Newspaper) - April 29, 1916, Maurice, Iowa VOL VH MAURICE IOWA APRIL 29 26 BALLOTS ARE Big Vote fe Being Cast Times popular Voting Contest giving handsome help leg fco make this a big 4s follows at any of places ask for the send them to this the name of the which you want to NEXT COUNT MAY 8 There js Still Plenty pf Time and Opportunity Firie Upright But a be now aad dafee bi the only way to learn how to pove is by be 3ft rains of sand next the contest when is made on the evening of May 85 the vote will some surprising galas A bard fight is being made bythe leaders to get the coveted posi tion at the head of the long list ballots are falling in large filled with ballots and subscriptions while the mer coupons are pouring in all From the efforts being put forth the is apt to be an their and will To candidate making tlie greatest gain in April 19 and May 8 tions of every kind coupons will be awarded a special prize of dollar ia gold The box will close for the third count on May 8 at 6 p na Remember in gold goes to the greatest gain ijf number of votes regardless of their total number have your friends trade with merchants giving coupons Their advertisements appear in this issue in connec tion with pur offer For the benefit of some who to know how the votes are pub lish list again Votes are issued 4a the following denomina tions The handle larger financial learn how to cafe ibr and protect future investments and by leaning to better care to present income investigation will convince you that regular our account plan is especially suited to your needs along this line COUNTY SAVINGS BANK close Those on list are efforts standing and are therer and every where to get votes residents of who have net yet sub the Times and who are only waiting for some friend to ask them Candidates can get many subscriptions by asking their friends and acquaintances te help them in the contest Seven new yearly subscriptions paid up will give the contestant 45QO votes and wiP make them factors in the race f or the prizes A upright worth the time energy in trying towin and as no more than one candidate can be the winner of the capital there is still 400 years New or 5000 votes 2D years New of Renewal Sub 30S000 Vote coupons are also given by listed below oa every The prizes offered are 1st Prize Obermeyer piano given by the Times Second Prize One large velvet rug given by Wm Duven Hardware and Furniture Third Prize One Seeing Machine given by Henry Wa rnt jes Approach Our Furnishings appreciate their excellent j quality whether it be Shirts for St mer wear er any other article in thel Haberdashery line We keep best grades in Gents furnishings and exclusive styles and patterns in sort of yet we 4o not mark them with any prices The Reckless How vapidly the reckless mo is dropping f the ranks and the sane driver is taking big saH Mr has the distribution of Cars ia district and the thing about it legislation has played only small part in the manufacturers are the idea themselves for they realize that ibis good business as well as or dinary humanity of the school of sana driving and yet I that I not a slow driver A snail pace does not insure careful driving thats one reason why the legislation of a speedl limit regulation cannot in lower the percentage of reckless ness Observance of the cour of the road and of where make for careful driving can drive ra when ft slow up and if slow up rapidly when he wants The latter ability lies within the ear alone Only the motorcar which throttled dowd ancl up rapidly accelerated is r Maurice Iowa chance one of the hand some prizes the merchants will A little earnest work will lac d the prise To those persons who have riot subscribed to the Times we will give a gentle hint Do it now There certainly is one candidate in the list in whom you are more or tess interested and who would appreciate tbe help you would give herby sending your sub to this office and ask Fou Prize One S Was h Stand and Mirror valued given by at One set of Triple Plated Silver knives teaspoons and desert value leld Mercantile Co Mrs Myers Dies i Mrs Agnes Myers tlie late John Myers died at lier home in Maurice Tuesday 25 at 6 p at the age of 11 month and 20 days tibout she suffered a 5 years ago paralitic s troki never fully remain ed lame on her left side and on account of poor circulation gangrene aet in about 3 atgo Oi ber foot which caused her death The deceased was boru and forks T vo in Germany Jan D Irit spoons America in 1858 NEWS OF EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO H Warntjes has a new tearn of for bis country delivery at Wed Oranges and bananas 20 cents a the JC prop Misses Martha and spent Sunday with friends congested traffic caa always pull ahead when The reason is because motor responds to the slightest pres sure on the I can stop rapidly thanks to good and I can move slowly not by and my car will throttle pace and still rnn smooth ly on gear making a trip heavy traffic never shift my gear at all but simply guide the speed by tlie tor This both hands foa possible careful turns Best all I am never about lay car I know just what It and I that it will Thats about sure of motoring Its just like having a trusted horse of the She l The new band stand will be lo iu marriage 1o John 6ated on Myers in 111 and came to Sioux County with her bus worth and family early in the merchandise whatever is survived kind about in but never see between thills or under a saddle You dont have to luok to the novel for a c si broiled Yoir can find any where and 1 do and ing that tbe votes be credite to want out of his store given by two sons Henry of her As to the value of John Vand en Brink General iWm of Sioux Falls Her husband as a newspaper bun who will tell j Seventh Case of YOU all about it ior it than the publishers would j H Elskamp Harness Shoes and died last February The funeral i were held in the Ameri Main street alongside the old drug store was in Sioux o I other p that City Tuesday and d tbe Uie besh car militia boys away the front Wheat reached the dollar mark this week and it was easy to pick J out ri u u r lie termed of which say doney given by Geo us slw was a member on i ant m Di h smile ou tis ar really to Honey i after noon inter for cash with Merchants coupons counting jany Qf tho above mer bo at of tbe Maunee merch in cUans be 8Ure to ask for coupons one of your se piano or one of put ni grow drJ to supply Hutty also Garden ft Seeds iu n your pat run Yours for i 1 Oi 1 The W J T U v ill movt Msy a of H Van our annai meeting i with ot c 1 i present witti Mm J M I I Mieras where oes wjU Se suppl ed I Sum of a subscriber to ths paper is trat ycu your family attached to it The becomes a member cf the and its coming each week will be as welcome as the ar rival of thats It to
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