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Sumner Journal, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1905, Sumner, Iowa Thursday June 1905 The Sumner Journal lEl IIT EDITOR AND at the in n Many people can not tell good Clothing when they see The merchants word is what they rely We back our word with the high quality of our Hammer Company Indications point to a good nut crop this The IOWA Uncle Tom will hell be here never from cover to cover with pictures and well written articles about and women who are worth reading about it ap peals to people who like to read articles vibrating with human Alfred Henry undoubtedly Americas most bril liant delineator of real people and whose work in leading maga zines is well has become chief You cant judge fa mans feet by his Christmas GOOD HORSED The Central House landlord has laid in his At least he looked like it when he finished shoveling a big dray In one month the mints coined nearly twelve million nick els and cents and we havent enough of either to At the home of the brides parents and with only the members of the fam ily the EL Light united in marriage last evening Miss Mamie and They will live in Goodalls house just of the When in CHICAGO YOU MUST The best place is the BURCKY MILAN Ladies and Gentlemens 3TAURANT and 160 South Clark st Baked 15 Salt Fried Roast Extract irom of Fare DINNER Roast Boast Roast Boiled Beef BREAKFAST AND SUPPER Mutton Pot Pork and Veal Pot Pie Soup Pudding 15 5 After the greatest differ ence some men and monkeys seems to be that the men haye learned to speak Eng Henry Henry Buck who lived miles west and 1 mile south of town died Wednesday June of He was 63 years of age and leaves a and several Uhlman of Westgate conducted the funeral serf ices in the Haendschke chapel Sunday at 2 Spring chickens are quoted at 15 a Some people in town have a lew to sell that they did not have missed a like number between We want to say a word in re gard to the tickets to Chautauqua A rate of for admission is be ing made for the entire season including railway fare from Sum ner and intermediate This is an opportunity to see and hear some of the best talent before the public Card of Thanks We desire to hereby express ov most sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors who have assist ed us during the sickness and death of our beloved Their kindly ministries have helped to ease the the pains and bear the burdens of a weary We desire to thank the Odd Fellows and for their attendance in a body and especially the members of the Pork Breakfast 15 Salt 15 Fried 15 Lake Fried Salt Fried Scrambled Small Veal Mutton Broiled Liver and Chicago Hotel in Rooms 75 and a Endless variety of good wholesome food properly cooked at moderate Perfect Seating capacity Ladies and Gentle mens Toilet Rooms with hot and cold water and other Auctioneer Johnson of New Hampton is already being sought after by those planning sales in this vicinity in the early He comes very highly endorsed as a salesman and a man and any one wanting the services of a man that is not antiquated can do no better than to write to New or call at this office for the best Auction bills obtainable in Sum mer or any information concern ing ODR AIM is to please our PATRONS Our stock of Building Coal and dry Wood is so complete that we can supply your every Come in and see Wu HEYE B 1 s Bo Dodge of Waverly was cast and it i over Saturday with his 10 horse will power Cadillac touring He gave us a ride of a few miles which convinced us it is the ma chine we need in our We have not placed our order yet as we are undecided between this and a wheelbarrow with considerable leaning toward the one wheeled It is one of the best machines on the market and Dodge has two or three good sales in sight Charlie Miller of the Waverly Percy Burroughs In fire box of his engine Fireman had a bad mishap It is necessary to climb over the drive wheels in order to get at the fire box and in coming from under the engine his foot slipped and he fell with his left knee between the wheel and the driving He tipped sideways throwing the weight of his body on the twisted He has a very badly I wrenched knee that will lay for some Dunkleberg was cal led and accompanied him to Here Patterson was out of town and was The jured member was put in a plaster cast and it is hoped a quick recovery A Silver Last June 33 was the 35 anniversary of the marriage of and I The congregations of the Evangelical church and the two country Kion and planned a surprise on them that was exceptionally well carried They met at the about 150 of and went in a body to the beautiful home of they did not go empty every one carried a basket containing some good things to chairs and dishes were sent and a most excellent supper was served on the They also I MAPLE CITY Democrat takes us to task for saying that the young people who graduated at our high school learned recitations and did not have anything We are sorry that such a state of affairs exist but its the The graduates are not permitted to have any thing original but must learn a and speak There may be method in the madness of such a course for there is so little en for any original composition that the memorizing of some masterpiece covers up this defect in the Is not only commendable but nec essary in buying beef cattle or in sell ing meats to the So if you looking for the choicest cuts of are or anything kept in an uptodate be sure to go to that of AUSTIN SON After the Minnows comes the TERRYS BIG Uncle Toms Cabin TENT Exhibiting in IA Mammoth Canvas Amphitheatre Con Seats for 40 Dancers and Specialty People 40 FIFTEEN COLORED PEOPLE brought a handsome silver tea set as a token of their Some who were invited were unable I to be but all who went helped to make the event a most pleasant and Reimler and family are among Sumners very best people and I this event shows that they are ated as is it so many ladies write us they cannot get the same splendid results out of other soaps as ours Try it and you will Human a new monthly has now completed three months of its Only three but already the magazine has found its place and has received its welcome from the great American It has been three months of pro gress of the kind that Its the magazine thats Its the magazine thats filled I the The The Rankin spoke to a good crowd Sunday afternoon at the church and at night at the opera He is a most eloquent has perfect command of voice and gest ures and has something to He is not a fanatic or defamer of the character of men is in dead earnest when he says the laws in re gard to the liquor business should he The passing of a by the legislature is necessary to the proper enforcement of these The provides for the appointment of state marshals for the special purpose of having laws It seems the only sane way of accomplishing the desired end and should havu the hearty support of every law abiding A large number of the best citizens have join ud the club formed here to help carry on the work of getting the through A GRANT CAKE WALK 2 B A N P S 2 Head of Shetland Ponies and Donkeys A pack of ferocious Cuban bloodhounds Beautiful and Bewildering Transformation I Dont miss seeing our parade at This mighty conclave of wealth and splendor will form at our special train and move through your principal Parade at 12 oclock Band Concert at 7 ml PERFORMANCE at NIGHT ONLY open at Performance at 8 ml General Admission Children 35c 25c Patterson has ordered an auto mobile and has the promise of it in about ten Durant and came home from Jesup the first of the week I Chicago person of trustworthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as an assistant in branch Halaj y 818 paid Permanent Previous experience not essential to Manager Branches 323 Dearborn 31wO Light was called to Oelwein yesterday to officiate at the funeral services of John Ellis was recently burned by the explosion of a gasoline stove so severe ly that it resulted in her Ellis was well known here as Misa Anna niece of Doc
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