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McCallsburg Record (Newspaper) - May 6, 1915, Mccallsburg, Iowa McCALLSBURG RECORD PUBLISHED AS OF THE ROLAND RECORD STORY MAY Two Papers For The Price of One The Roland Record The Record We will also mail yon a farm paper for 1 year with above offer Iowa ZEARING MAN Will who drives a Standard Oil wagon out from was seriously injured in a runaway accident on the street south from Reids hardware store yesterday which re in his death at seven oclock last Storm Does Damage McCallsburg Locals Ball game of Mayl 2nd ed Hegland was a business Nevada Harrison Hunt rod went to Ne Sunday morning as Peck and daughter Mary were Nevada visitors GERHARD Real Estate Insurance Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota farm lands a Specialty Reports of Sunday night storm out southeast of town are coming in but from what we can learn there was considerable dam age done by the wind in and ar ound the Mengel such as turning over some small buildings on the Frank Miman place and just north of there about one and a half where Oscar it caught his auto wrecking it and turn ed his auto damaging East of that place a on the Charles Mengel farm is where the most damage is reported of any place in that Men gels windmill and tower being blown down and wrecked beyond further use beside numerous doors being blown from their hinges and some few shade and fruit trees de It appears that it was a heavy wind from the south that did the most first from the west then turned to the south and was accompanied by rain and some Isaac who has been sick the past is very low 5i per cent Interest Seasonable Commission Quick Money Nelson Johnson Investment Galbreath was a caller at the Galbreath home last Sam is the happy possessor of a fine new Ford which he purchased We want to publish all the local If you have a news the Record John Peck and Nelson went to the northern part of the state on business returned to Des Moines Monday after a visit of ten days at the burg with A Livery and Feed Stable Office 24 Pbone 1 Residence 31 General Repairing and Supplies Entertainment Was a Success The of McCallsburg gave their entertainment at the show hall Thursday ev ening and it proved to be a very J entertaining and First on the program was a 3reel picture show of a very amusing Next came the sale of chances for the chance be ing represented by a very dim dow of the lady owning the basl ket on a sheet properly arranged at the rear end of the and then came the contest for the chance for supper between the large and the which prov ed to be a very spirited affair re iu a nice profit in cash tc the credit of the Our local stock report six carloads of stock hot and shipped from this place this Our ditchers west of town are progressing very slowly on ac count of too much which has held them McCallsburg Meat Market Conrad Reduce the high cost of living by purchasing some FRESH OLEOMARGARINE r To make room and for a limited time we offer for casli in ten sack lots Best flour per McCallsburg Garage Proprietor Not much news this week on account of heavy rain Saturday night and Most every one had to stay We understand the little son of and Osmund who has been passed away Tues day May John Hesby of of town purchased a fine Mitchell four from last the getting a larger The windmill on the Silliman now occupied by Tony Mi was blown down and demol ished in Sunday evenings While they genuine steel line fence posts at 25 cents each steel braced two ways at each complete Carbo steel braced one at each farmers Grain oca Presbyterian Church Notes Agency for Reo and Dodge Motor Cars Phone 2 B Minister Sunday at 10 Sunday Services at 11 oclock Sunday Christian Endeavor Service at 7 oclock m Evening Service at 8 oclock Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday at oclock Choir practice at oclock next Thursday Dorcas Society Meeting every alternate Thursday afternoon The exchange of pulpits by the Byers of McCallsburg and the Leitch of Nevada which was to have been May 2nd was postponed for one week on ac count of unfavorable They make the change on May Byers going to Ne vada and Leitch Huntrod of McCallsburg and Albert Madison of Nevada Jeft Monday for Sank where they expect to work this Mills and Are You Sloans Curley the noted singer will be at the Presbyterian church Friday May Come everybody and hear Ad mission 15 and 25 Good Meals served Short Orders A Complete Line ot Fancy Chocolates Tobaccos Cigars Ice Cream Soda Water Fresh Cukes and Flos Every Day In order to get all the news in this it is necessary for you to cooperate with the pub lisher to the at of mailing to burg whenever you are in possession of Olson 2 12 miles east of town reports some very high and stormy wind out at his place Sunday night but says there was no particular damage The ladies of the cemetery as sociation are having some work done to the cemetery which will change the appearance somewhat and make a much nicer place of Frank when asked what direction the wind came day evening said he could not tell Ior h chad a bunch of barrels ami hen coops out in the yard and they went in every Gardner and Galbreath were Nevada visitors last took and out to the Sanitarium to see their son who is still tak ing treatment at that A few of the farmers have start d to plant Most of them ire all ready to plant this week with favorable weather large part of the corn will be planted the first week in But it much depends on the weath conditions the next ten The corn crib 011 the farm where Thompson lives two miles southeast of was caught in the wind storm of Sunday even turned half way Be ing a double crib and one side being half full of corn it sure must have been something of a cyclone to move If you want quick and real re lief from do what so many thousand other people are an attack comes bathe the sore muscle or joint with Sloans No need to rub it apply the Lini ment to the It is wonder fully It goes right to the seat of trouble and draws the pain almost Get a bottle of Sloans Liniment for of any druggist and have it in the Sore and Swollen Sciatica and like Your money back if not but it does give almost instant Ah The of the Pine Forest Halls Family pills for constipa Hanson sold a Mitchell to of this place and it sure is a fine Hanson and the in Des morning and drove back his new car in the Most of the business done in the burg in the past ten days has been between 7 and 9 Why simply because the farmers af ter the days work is done can back his car out and with family come in to town in about PO do their shopping and be back home by 9 How it clears the throat and head of its mucous It is this spirit of Newness and Vigor from the Piney For ests brought back by Bells Antiseptic and Buy a bottle All If you got something you want to get rid of advertise if you want something thats what the newspaper is Beur in mind that we can save you money on all magazine club Make out your list of r winter reading matter and get our price for same before sending Roland
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