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   Anita Tribune (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Anita, Iowa                                Own a Watch or Dia mond on the Jitney II Look Out You Cant Dodge Our Jit ney Sale of Diamonds or Anything Else Which We May Have in Our Store That You Might We are offering you anything which we have in our store on the Jitney difference what the article may You buy an article worth pay 10 per cent down or the first the next week 5 cents and so on until the article is paid Buy any article you want and pay 10 per cent and then the Jitney oommences to For if you would buy some thing worth you would pay for it on the following scale AS STATED 2nd PAYMENT 95c 3rd 6th 7th 8th 10th llth 12th 13th 1lth 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 90c 85c 80c 75c 70c 65c 60c 55c 50e 45c 40c 35c 30c 25c 20c 15c lOc 5c We have a large stock of watches at all Also a com plete line of silver Edison and any thing else usually found in a first class jewelry This is the chance of a and is one of the best business propositions offered the people in first class Get the Jitney A WATCH FOR FORDYCE OPTOMETRIST JEWELER AND REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST Crushed Shells for chicks at the Feed 18tf Miss Katie Steinmetz visited Fri day with friends in Frank Fillenwarth of Avoca was in Anita Friday on business and visiting For Bee supplies call on Uurk tf Emery Grace was an Adair busi ness visitor Thomas Roots and wife visited the last of the week with a daughter and family near Roasts Stews Bakes Fries Steams Boils Made in and 3 Com partments TEN SIZES SEPARATE LIDS FOR EACH COMPARTMENTSTEAM SEALED ALUMINUM LINING SEAMLESS COOKING COMPARTMENTSPURE ALUMINUM UTENSILSSPECIAL STRATALAID INSULA FINISHED VULCANIZED SOLID OAK If you know of anyone who hasnt a clear idea of how much they are missing by not owning a line tireless wont you do them the kindness to suggest that they drop in here and allow us to demonstrate the No sense of obligation to purchase need be We simply want to enlighten those who do not know as much as they would like to about fireless and to show them why they should purchase an LONG SON Furniture and Undertaking DISTRICT CONVENTION MET HERE Kelley Elected Secretary nnd Etta Stone Treasurer of the District Association for Next Programs Were What Is the Best Remedy For Constipation v This is a question asked us many timM each The answer is Miss Merle Taylor was an Atlantic visitor Cecil was over at the enmity seat on business PUMPS WINDMILLS Special The Annual District Convention of Vie guarantee them to be eatisfnctory to Sold oaly by 10 You fun save live prr cent upon j ovrrv cash puivhase at imt Gasoline and Kerosme by the called White Rib bon were indulged after which Miss Anna May Hoatright fav ored the audience with one of her beautiful vocal Miss loat right is developing a voice of unusual the Womans Christian Temperance ami Mrs ot Atlantic then read a paper on prepared by Ilaird of Council who could not be which was followed by an other excellent paper on the same topic by Wirt of Miss Pevee Donohoe and attended the funeral of Miss Hazel Engle at Wiota Kriday afterj Engines Union of the Sixth District of Iowa was held in the Congregational church of June and Tuesday After the meeting of the official board and also the executive commit llarley of South is here visiting Me j was called back by the serious illness j of his irrandlather at Wilma Stone nave a musical reading the convention proper opened Mss Slono u with devotional exercises conducted by pas tor of the at the close of which was the roll call of the Un ions of the which was re sponded to by the delegate rising and a verse of Af ter this the delegates were seated and committees The Sixth District of the consists of the following counties Pottawattamie and After the report of the dis trict the hostesses were brought forward and were introduced to the convention and were greeted with the Chautaucjua The This was a most pleasing number and most gracefully Smith gave a description of the White Ribbon which corresponds somewhat to the Cradle Roll depart ment of the Sunday After the reports of a most lent paper was read by Emma Ilotmeistir on the Economic Phase of which was followed by a discussion led by Etta Wednesday Wednesday evening the devotionals were conducted by Maggie Miss Mamie Iratt gave of San came last Friday to visit her Miss Kdna and other relatives and numerous old of Red Oak is visiting here with her Clarence Hedges and Hedges has been quite ill for a week or Leaky Roofs Repaired Wind Mill ami other Mechanical Work Pone Phone 23O Elmer Storer Christina Anderson of Rnlb Wilson Moreland and two children left here Friday evening for to visit her veil is visiting here with her who is very sick in of the district Miss Etta i then made her showing was heartll Pllauded by th the i finances of the district in good con The constitution and bylaws were then read and interpretation and instruction on both were given by Smith of Cedar the state Tuesday Tuesday evening a very interesting program was Hy special request ieoige Scholl repeated the the Brewers Big to the delight of the 1y a vote of the con vention in the afternoon Hof meister was requested to read her papcr again in the which he did at Ibis after which Veva Holton gave one of her splendid The Sky most en Did it ever occur to you that when i here bv the death nl her a muscle reluses to move with or i i Araminta larl relumed to her the stomach tails to digest its or r home at r rilay the sensation or motion of any part ol the body is lost or there j must be some interference with the nerve supply to that part Did you ever think how probable it was whop your mind was not clear that the blood flow to or from the brain was in terfered with Osteopath and Chiropractor laliher Wilkms conducting the devotional thusiastically enjoyed by the after which brief addresses of The of welcome were given by this aml was Do Not Gripe We hnro n pleasant laxntivo will do just what you want it to AVe sell thousands of them nnd wo have never seen a I letter remedy for tlie Sold only 10 in behalf of the Maggie for the local for the for Smithi of thc v T y aumo I hus the missionary societies of the masterly and Emma for the liteiary These addresses were happily responded to by of thc sub Smith i a ed thoroughly conversant with the law in regard to the temperance the state Bes1 tion and ngarMnK the law re we Lowell then delighted the audience to lhe of with one of her beautiful which was followed by a by Miss Bernice in which she surprised the audience by her remarkable elo cutionary Smith then told of some of the successes in state progress the Tnist and incident ally told some of the experiences thc past winter at the legislature in DCS in the effort to get the splendid work accomplished that was It is very greatly regretted that the church was not packed to its utmost capacity to hear this talented Christian She related things the general public should for these temperance reforms do not come Wednesday On Wednesday morning after the devotional exercises Smith gave The convention then closed with the singing of the temporance doxology and the benediction by pastor of the All united in saying this was one of the best district conventions they ever not in point of num lional work and interest manifested upon the purl of the Anita is in the ex treme northeast part of the district and owing to the difficulty in making railroad connections and uncertain the attendance from abroad was much smaller than Too much praise cannot be given tho dec oration The church was handsomely decorated in white and white for thc emblem of and the siitf rage The Miss Ethel I a talk to the delegates on equal fran stone deserves special mention for chise and after naming some oh faithfulness throughout the entire i A LITTLE REFLEC TION OUGHT TO CONVINCE YOU THAT IT IS A VERY POOR POLICY TO GO ANY LONGER WITHOUT HAV ING A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH OF HAVE THEM MADE AT The Dinsmore Studio ANITA ADAIR said that the greatest daji The report of the committee ger of defeat was the indifference of on follows many It has taken 45 years to get the sentiment up to the presReport of Committee on ent so she urged earnest effort that we extend to the Sisi on the part of all to help get the balters of the Anita our heartj lot for in order that the1 good felt thanks for their faithful and men and women together might hascient labor in arranging for this Con ten prohibition and so make our state vention to the friends who EO royally a better place in which to raise our entertained us as guests ui their hos boys and After this there folpitable homes to pastors and citixens lowed a discussion on Our Girls and wno have given us words of sympa Their which brought out thy and cheer to those who have so a great deal of interest and earnest cheerfully contributed choice and de This was followed by the Hghtful music in our We kindred Our Boys and Their wish farther to thank the committee This discussion was led by on decorations for the profuse and May Jenkins of beautiful and for their These talks all showed up the fact loving thoughts manifested in the dis that the great mother heart was of the same also do we thank ally anxious for both boys and tne trustees of the Congregational George accompanied by church for the use of their house of Miss Daisy then sang the worship also the local Brewsters Big to the great for her untiring efforts in delight of all our that especial emphasis must be placed on the work of the uffrage department this as now is the crucial time in our work to win lhe ballot for the women of our state and we believe if we can succeed in oing prohibition in Iowa is as Zoannah to The convention then proceeded the election of officers for the coming which resulted as follows Carrie Council Mary Ani Etta The morning session then closed with the memorial exercises for de ceased members and the noontide Malcom the hus band of the state was very tenderly remembered in this for in his passing the lias lost one of her staunch advocates and and the sympathy of the en tire organization goes out to the be reaved wife at this Wednesday The devotionals were led in the af ternoon by Miss Effie Allen of After the one minute talks Harriet George Aldrich was over at Avoca Friday on business and visiting his Rieklef and hus A JUDGE OF LUMBER can see at a glance what we offer is without We pride ourselves on the quality of our Lumber and Building We buy on a large so you wont have to worry in choosing on a small Heres to buy if you need anything in this FULLERTON LUMBER Many People have told us the same distreM after A before and after each meal will Sold only by us LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY WORK Tl ie M v SI i1i in I 11 in I i IP w nn i MI I rrt I v M i j A II NVnik gnu rariteiil and iie i i wirk i i Ia M Infill m Ml ii I I ii in i i n i i I rj 11 anil lie iiiiivinred I k i I I I aKn el pa 11 i t i THE CITY STEAM LAUNDRY West Main Street Phone   

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