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   Globe, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1909, Cedar Falls, Iowa                             3Mte Historical THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1909 CEDAR FALLS, THE Cakes Wheat Cakes Cakes Makes most healthful syrup fof- nutrmous griddle A booh of recipes for eooMrig and 'sent free on jsquest. Ml Grocers, 10c, ZSc, CORJi PRODUCTS ilETINlRS CGMPiNY, PERSONAL LOCAL AND and Mra. Harry Stevens passed 'iri-Des Moinea. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gilkey.are Chi- .visitors this weekJ "I.'. Miss Fannie ,Rambach passed Sunday jwith her sister in Nastiua. Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Wright were vis- in Iowa City last A. Dugane and-W. E. Thomas returned from their trip to Col- Di 'The Associated Charities met Mrs. Bennett, yes erday afternoon. Forest Wynegar was a business visi- tor in Kansas City last week. Eugene Dyer-has returned from his trip to Excelsior Springs, Mo. L. O. Robinson inade a business call tq Chicago the first of the week. Albert Gaines of Hartley, is on old friends in this city. arid Mrs. Frank Lewis have gone for a three weeks visit with friends in Illinois.' C. J. Mentzer returned this week 'The ladies of the Cotorie.were enter- 'his business trip to Carpenter, tained Monday afternoon by Mrs. H. H. Clay, Monday evening club were enter- th'is week by Miss Adelaide VanTilburg. Mrs. Harry Johnson and son have re- turned from their three weeks visit in Des Mbines. The Normal Hill prayer meeting was held at G. W. Bley's residence Tues- day evening. Dr. C. E. Seashore of the State Uni- versity faculty at Iowa City, was a caller at the Normal on Monday. Cedar Falls, March 20, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bronson. Mrs. D. H. Filer 'of White Heath, 111.-, is visiting her son in this city. Dr. H. A.. Kratochvill of Anumosa, is a guest of his aunt Mrs. Wm. Ott. Mrs Pauling of Anokn, Minn., who has been visiting in this city, has re- turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bagg and son of Waterloo, are spending the week with Mrs. A. Bagg. Miss Emma Hansen has returned home from an extended visit with her uncle in Marcua. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woodring of Waverly, were over, Sunday visitors at Lloyd Alexanders. Mrs. Earl E.'.Prosser of Janesville, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Paulger. Mrs. J; 'W. Kitchen and daughter, Florence, of Clarksville, have. visiting at the E. E. Kellogg home. Mrs., D. M. Harrington, who has passed the winter wjth her son in Bowl- ing Green, Ky., has returned home. Saturday afternoon and evening the Lyric theatre will exhibit a film entitled Inauguration of Wm. H. Taft." John tailor, has decided to move his tailoring establishment to "Mrs. Floyd Wiler has gone to Dewar, to assist in caring for her sick mother. Good things to eat'at Maspn, Andrews Wyth. Guyi'R Heacock is receiving a visit from ins Verne, of Hannibal, A company of ladies were entertained honor of Mrs. Park Wise by Mrs..Harry Johnson. .The: Junior band gave a recital in the band hall which was en- joyed'by those present. Black Hawk lodge of Masons will hold a special meeting this evening and work the second degree. Esther circle this with Miss Millicent Warriner, s.'Harry Brown's. day from all appearances the al- to be right. Roy Reed, porter at the Burr hotel, as reporter on the Waterloo Courier. Lester who has been work- ing for the Iowa Telephone Co., in this city, has been transfered to Waterloo. Tlie Ladies' association of the Con- gregational church will hold a Kensing- ton .this afternoon with Mrs. S. S. Waterloo, having rented rooms in that pfdffer> who 3Wyo. R. W. Christie of Cottonwood, Minn., a business caller in this city this yniek. Mrs. C. H. Wise entertained the Book and Needle club yesterday after- jaoon. Mr and Mrs. M. Graham are ipemling the first of the week in Chi- jengo License to wed was -issue d yesterday to John D.; Lamb of Macon, Mo., and E Lichty of this city. of I Pyihiaa, will .enter- who are attending school at non, are home for their spring vaca- tion. Mrs.- Lucy Noble and her grand- daughter, Margaret Lawson of Detroit, j Mich., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. N. HAird- Dr. F. N. Mead has commenced the foundation for his new residence at the corner of Olive and Twenty-second street. St. Louis.. The Normal nutritious i lot constituent f have to urge our lady readers to be Hill Division of Dry Gooda Supt D. M. Kelley officiated as ope'.of friends at'i'dance in'the judges at the debate .Woodmen hnU this evening. in Dea Moines last Friday evening. -fhe Minus Schunemann of this cji-y The Queen lodge of the Mystic attended a Bachelor's club banquet in Workers organized at the Arlmg- Wateioo on Monday evening. ton hotel parlor Tuesday afternoon. to The normal nm 7 BUre and read the I Missionary society meet this adverti8elnent afternoon with Mrs. Frank Cotton at advertisillg 8 o'clock. aiiirht chance in 1 Mrs Barbara Boehmler passed her ninetieth birthday on. Monday at the home of her son, Charles Boehmler, in quiet way Miss Georgene Faulkner, of Chicago, in this issue. The extra advertising causes us to make a slight change in the make-up of this SHAKE THEM IN BOTTLE TO Cedar Falls Girls' basket ball team at the High school are tne proud winners of the championship of Iowa. -Thejr ]ast victory wos at Grundy Cen- Opening of Spring March 25 Prof. John Ross Frampton went Minneapolis last week where he the pleasure of listening to that cele- jrated pianist, Paderewski. Mrs Rose Dickison, who is soon to go to Seattle, Wash., was given a fare- well party Tuesday evening by Mrs. M. G. Harris ane Miss Davis. The many friends of Harry Onan will be glad to hear that he .has so far re- covered from his recent illness as to be able to be out of-doors once more. Mrs.-Henry a- fracture of n small bone in the left wrist, caused by slipping upon the side- walk on Main street, Sunday evening. J. R. Boats, who has been at the Chicago University returned home last Saturday. He will spend the summer with a surveying pnvty in the Dakotas. Clint Munger sold his barber shop in the rear of the National bank building to his employe, R. M. Bickford. Mr. Munger is preparing to return to his former home in Faribury, Neb. The International Company, through their agency in this city, is distribut- ing a "Farmers' Almanac nnd Ency- clopedia." If you aro interested call at their office and receive a copy. Roy "Inglethorne, a member of the senior class nt the High school, was taken to the Presbyterian hospital in Waterloo last Saturday, suffering with blood poisoning following the effects of a fall on the' ice last winter. Trial subscriptions offered for the daily Register and Leader from now to July for daily and Sun- day, To always be in the closest touch with Iowa happenings, Tho Reg- ister and Leader will keep you fully posted. Besides being tho newspaper for Iowa readers, Tho Register and Lender is delivered to all its subscribers early on tho day of publication, reaching nearly all rural route patrons tho same day na printed. from now to July 4th, 190Pr. A. J. Busby of Waterloo, was n caller in this city on Monday making amends to the newspaper men in general. As far as tho writer ia concerned ho has "buried the having been re imbuvseil for his outlay of money las winter ami accepted Mr. Busby's npol Mvs. GeorRO Clnrlc, accompanied b; hor Ki'iiiit-KVAiid-dnughter, Miss Dolorc Murphy, went lo Ccdni- Uupids Tuesda whoro they will join Mr. Murphy wh will accompany hia httlo duughtc homo to Denver, Colo. Mra. Cliirk visit the remainder of Uw week wit relatives at Marion. Fong Leo returned to this city las j Thursday, from whoro ho hn for the past year and a half During his be took unto him a wife, but on account ot our emi tawi ha WM obliged to fcav j her npon rttam. Two o  au- thority that these Simple, gredients c-an jfee obtained at nominal cost from our home druggist. The mixture is said to cleanse ..and strengthen the clogged, and inactive Kidneys, overcoming Backache, Blad- der Urinary troubl P. So.Hatch received n visit last week brother, James D. Hatch of Butfsi'p, N. Y., who he had never seen. It is needless to say the meeting as a pleasant one for both parties. Next Monday the city election will ake place. The voting machines used ast fall will be used at this time. .Both he republican and democratic tickets ppear in this issue for your perusal. 'The County Fair" presented at the formal Saturday evening by the Y. W. A. proved to be u financial success, icknowledge that money's worth. kinds, if taken Urinary before the e of all stage of- public schools, G. Crabbft Frankfort, J. W. Potter 6f Bowling Green, Conn Lynn of H. K. Collee of Owensboro, visited the Normal last Friday. The Kentucky legislature has voted a half million to be expended on new buildings for the Normal ut Bowl- ing Green and they came here to to spend the money economically. The Great Western railroad has pro- curred a new passenger car to run be- tween this city and Wilson Junction, much to the gratification of its custo- Bright's disease. Those who-have tned..t1.is say.it itively overcomes pain in the clears the urine of sediments and .regu.., ites urinatipni especially at night, uring even the worst forms of er weakness. Everyman ov woman here who hat.the kidneys are not strong or ng in a', healthy manner should, JMyfv his'prescription at home nnd give vial, ft's'it is said to wonders for- many orsons, nriching their treasury by over two mndred dollars. Those present mers, wann. The cnr fills The road also a long needed commenced laat they got their Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. Robert Santee gave a pleasant party to her daughter, Alta, in honor of her eighth birthday. The Httlo onea were well en- tertained nnd hoped lor Miss Alta many more, pleasant birthdays of a similar nature. H. E. Hoare of Lylo, Minn., will evening to meet train no., 8 at Wilson Junction and will arrive "here about S p. m We extend thanks to the road for these Courtises, even though the had to be brought to the atten- tion of the state nuthorities before we received them. A trial subscription to the daily Reg- ister and Lender from now to July 4tl for is being offered. people who tried The Register and Lender 1908 remained regular subscribers. requires a paper of special merit to hold so many "trinl subscriptions" bu Ding's cartoons, tho full market re ports, nnd tho reliable news service this great Iowa newspaper have won i friends everywhere. Subscribe throng the publishers of this paper or send d rect to The Register and Loader Co. Dea Moines, Iowa. The Cfidar Falls Gentlemen's Driving association will have to look up ft new place to speed their horses and hold nmtincor, this coming summer us the owners of the track south of tho city have refused to lease it to them this season. By tho wny of lioliiinp lhcn> out of tlu'ir dinU'iiUy mid improving sin cyo sovo tin.' ''i'.v '-vtl would surest, tml MMirk on thu cjisil side of the rivov. tocrollicr nncl out n I nick there which would bo aii improvement to I ho city on I nnd Unit ia now leR to up to weeds. 'It begins to look as if' Cedar Falls yill have some evangelistic meetings during the month of May. At the meeting of the official board of the Jethodist church on Monday evening.it was voted to join with the Baptist, Congregational, Presbyterian and Evangelical churches in extending a call to Dr. Riley of Minneapolis for that purpose. The Dr. has just closed a series of successful meetings in Water- loo and his coming to this city-should bo welcomed by all. It is expected to erect a tent that will accommodate 3000 people in which to hold the meet- ings. preach at tho Mission Sunday mornirigfl and evenings. Ho has moved his fam- ly here nnd will make this city their future home. The name of tho Gos- pel Mission has been changed to the Alliance Mission. Mrs. J. P. Peterson entertained a company of young people Tuesday evening in honor of her son, who left this morning enroute for Hud- son, who o ho will try to entertain a certain Mr. Farmer for tho coming summer by doing u few Rymnsvstie stunts on various farm iniplenu.-u.td. The musical program presented by the- Parlor Rowling Circle nl' school auditorium on Monday cvoninp; was an exceptionally plnnsing event. MM. l.oomiH, who ol' (he music in Ihn l'llhlic schools, was tho arranged by hoi- wan voted 'a truly front success by those present. Charles S. Byera of Chicago has rented tho north side of tho Odd Fol- lows block nnd will open n clothing Main. wenredict a iticcess for my liver and bowels working .It. IJ Tf will 364. Chahipionship 'Debate' Tomorrow evening at tlio High school auditorium will tnke place tho debate. between the .Ft Dodgo and Cedar Falls High school debating team for the championship of northeastern.Iown. The following judges hr.vo been splect- cd: Gen. James B.' of Colfnx; Judge E. M. Cnrr of Manchester, and Judge Lee of Ames. A lavgo audience will greet these two teams, who will contest for supremacy, and it is 'need- le's s to say that our best wishes and hopes arc oxtcmled'tb C. V. High.' A Higher Health Level "I hnvo ranched a higher hcaltlilovol nna wm sinco I began using Or. King's Now therein next week. If wo are Lifo writes Jacob Spr nger; of atliicki-d by a or a cold, orv.'ium your throat: ifi s.iro, it is i-Huk to lake imy othermem- cino-thsin Dr. says C. O. KUlrijlBC, oC GH. "lhavo iised New Diacovory sevon years nnd I know it is the bost Remedy on onrth. for coughs and colds, croup nnd nil throat nnd lung trouble, my children. subject to croup, but New quickly euros every Known the world oa the throat and   

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