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Anita Tribune (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Anita, Iowa A DOLLAR IN THE BANK IS WORTH TWO IN THE HAND IT IS TWICE AS SAFE IT PILES UP BEFORE YOU KNOW IT WILL BE WORKING FOR It seems xilimost for us to add nnv thinif to the words in the above Ketitl tJieinl The statement they contain in A dollar in the hank in ilouhly it to your Keif respect nnil helps CKKlt It tfaVes yea it stnndintf in your v ts an to mnkcyoii GUT Make MJlt YOUR bunk THE ANITA BANK CAfiUAL AND RESPONSIBILITY John Harry James Ball of Des Moines is visit ing here this week with McAfee and Miss were Atlantic visitors Frank Morrison and daugh I were Atlantic visitors Tues Hay Wilburn and Lee Hubbell were Atlantic visitors Tues Miss Goldie Watkins is attending summer school at Highland Park col James Morgan of Wiofa was over Tuesday visiting the family of George Albert Lees and Hazel Ashley of Aclair visited here over Sunday with relatives and Ray Noel and two sons of Omaha are visiting here this week with her James McVay and wife and grand Olga are visiting relatives this week at Earlham and Des George Scholl is at Cedar Rapids this week the Masonic Grand Lodge as a representative from the local Mclntyre and family of Massena went to Des Moines Monday where he will attend summer school at Highland Park The Misses Veda and Mar Itha Bissell came over from Dexter on I Tuesday to visit their j Henrv Bissell and Frank Sislei and children were Atlantic visitors Eller is visiting rela tives at this Storer went to Casey Monday to her hus Chris Peterson who had been visiting here with returned to Exira Taylor deft a dollar and a half Saturday for subscrip tion to the Walter Howard of Cedar Falls was i an over Sunday visitor with a friend in Miss Mildred who had been visiting here for sometime with her Peterson and returned to Walnut Trego and wife went to Cum berland Tuesday to attend the funeral WTT T J IAJ U1C 1 Hilda Kurns returned Monday from T T 0l an old friend where he had been on business and visiting Miss Erflvn Ferguson of Atlantic visited here the first of the wetk with j the family Hamilton I i and While there they will also visit relutves and old friends and Turner was a welcome Tribune caTVer Saturday afternoon Bert Wheatley has traded his store in this city to Emery Misncr and Frank Grulke of Atlantic for a H1 McEVOY JOHNSON Before buying look over our complete stock of Harness and We have quality and the right McEVOY JOHNSON Bert Beelic visited Thursday with friends at Nick Ehrman spent Sunday his brother and family at Miss Helen Doyle went to Omaha the last of the week to visit Peter Scolt visited the last of I Ill week with his daughter in I Miss Nina Lees visited over Sunday over Sunday visitor with relatives at with her in Miss Edna Pieper went to Menlo Saturday to visit her sister and fam Fred Dittman of Atlantic spent lean and family visited I Sunday with friends He was Sunday with her sister and family ten also over Monday on a land miles southeast of If you are thinking of painting or papering see Phone Miss Fave Saunders was down at Hayard Hanghain will leave about Lewis over Sunday taking in the the middle of this month for San ing of the resort there with a party where he will spend a few of weeks taking in the sights at the PanamaPacific Nichols went to Sunday to bid on the plumbing Charles wife and daughter visited friends here the tirst of the and heating apparatus for a new Miss Mary Gibson and Samuel h Johansen and acre farm in eastern Colorado nearOVer Sunday with her and paid for the Tribune Possession in both eases another wcre given v wife visited relatives near school building to be erected there this Hofmeister aiitoeil over fron The building will be Sunday to visit 1 the of the Kxira school but Hofmeister and and d a story trading in a good The Misses Mable Wollenhaupi and Dolores Limhaugh of the south part of the county are attending the High Henry Dacken of Atlantic vislant Park summer ited here the first of the week v ith her sisters and tlitir Arnold went to Cedar Rapids Monday as a delegate to the Masonic Miles Lowell went to Atlantic Grand Lodge from the Massena Monday to visit Miss Anna He was accompanied by his who is a patient in the Anderson of Des Moines Mary Lalla of City it conducted the services at the Chris Robert Hartkopf was an over Charles Thompson left here Sunday visitor with relatives in At Monday for Missouri to it her Waldo Lowell j and She will stop at Ham burg on the way down to visit old neighbors and Charles McDermott was over from Wiota Saturday visiting rela tives and MMurray of Omaha came Sunday to visit her Jared Blattner and visiting here with her Lil lian and arher 0 1 he Misses Kidna Scott Becker vas over from Atlantic Monday and assisted his in operat ing on Miss Winnie Bear for uJnoids Tuesday to attem and tonsil tian church He will be here each alternate Suntiuy for fViat pur On last Fish entertained the ladies of the Missionary Society of the Congrega tional An interesting gram on the Women of led j Sam wife and children by was afand his William ter which a delightful luncheon was Were Adair visitors last left here last Miss Mary who had been Thursday for here with sisteri to u his lloyhood llomc Thomas Trimmejand Wainwright and visited the first of the week with the brother of the lat Bert Retalic rjid near At of Council who had been visiting here for several days with his old comrade of army days as well as a schoolmate of his boyhood Thomas Rogers and returned home and Verbudah Morgan went to Shel McCosh aid left Tues the district day for Des Moines to visil PilI Miss Hallie Walkor of Marne is convention of the Christian Endeavor nier and family for a few and visiting with her SOCletyW1 then KO to South Da praU and and her many to visil for the summer with Miss Imo who is employed William Pilmer and in one of tho telephone offices in Omaj is spendinp ltv week in the cry j Harry wife and daugh ter of came Holton and Miss Zeta Saturday to visit her Charles with her Ira Bowen airtl Vernon gave a miscellaneous shower Steinmetz and wife and other rela She will also visit in the country at the home of the in North lives and old friends with her Lester Bowen and east on last Saturday after returning to j inhonor of Miss Anna who is soon to be A large The Griswold base ball team de feated the Merchant Greys of Allan II may be that the wagon road just west of Anita is not in first class but it is in as good shape as it can possibly be made under the cir It was graded up just before the heavy rains and it has been impossible to overcome the softness of the road by dragging or in any other As soon as it dries out it will be put in as good shape as which heretofore has equaled any piece of road is the At lantic roads not A culvert under the which has been repeatedly promised by the officials of Ihe would make this piece of road easier lo care Kale Wright and number of friends of Ihe guesl of honi tic at Ihe Cryslal Lake diamond Sun Miss of Red slopped off or living in Anita and vicinity were i day by a score of 2 lo Bay Bang here Monday on their to Des A two course luncheon of Anita played second base for to visit their nephew and j served al the dose of Ire the Atlantic Marlin and After a short visit in Des Moines they i In tWs daV age of the Rosa Bickering and two will go to Duluth lo spend the sumrwe hear a iot of about daughters went to Cumberland Satur mer Miss May being a thai and the other is day where the daughters visit teacher in the Red Oak high You KO and buy a eggs at your relatives while their mother goes to i grocers and you fry eggs for break to look after a farm Stephenson and wife will fast tne next morning the first two she owns near thai leave Anita about the first of July vou hreak are you tell your for an extended Irip through the Krocer about he gives you two I Saunders of Miss tern which will include stops in more 1ut your appetile for eggs is making his annual visit here the cities of Salt Lake Sono to your shoe among old friends and Ik San Francisco and San They OLlr snoe man Kells a pair of stopped off at Grinnell on his way will also visit with their snoes aml guarantees them you wear here to visit friends of many years Stephenson and family at Sacramento them a nionlh and they rip or get a ago when he lived in that and at Dutch with hoc them you go back with a another Stephenson and he sews them but you have a bum They do not expect to return just the You go Tlie ynn firnfirr Uilli Sliiifr niiitni I fralitres to Anila until For your tender tired use Rexall Foot Bath They are guaran teed to give you HADLEY Rexall Store The Misses Mable Zeta Ver and Agnes Tirney went to Des Sunday evening where they will enter the summer school Park They were ac mpanied to Des Moines by Miss to your clothier and buy a suit of Moinep guaranteed all wool clolhes i you wear them awhib and they turn jout to be half collon go back and roar and he gives you fifty cents Anna who will remain until jOn the next suit gf tVs same get If a man wants to be square a guarj antee is of no use lo him or his living east of and a guarantee will not make received word Saturday that his a crook We have cutting William had died the repairs for and almost evening before at his home at Bid everything you need to fix your mow The week in May an and the workmanship is its own oilier died at and we will buck it against being buried in j the cjty on jjay Taylor M I L L A R D S the sincere sympathy of his many 3021 West Main I friends in his I Every Day You find more satisfaction in a pair of They fit they look right and they stay a pair and worth Imperial Roe
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