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Iowa Recorder, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Greene, Iowa THE IOWA RECORDER. Twenty-eighth Year. Whole No. 1446 GREENE. BUTLER COUNTY. IOWA. WEDNESDAY. P. M. MAY 29, 1912. Number 42 EHENT EXERCISES GREENE HIGH SCHOOLS FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 31 AT 8 O'CLOCK AT THE OPERA HOUSE. Early Fruits and Vegetables. It is easy for the economic philos- opher to account for some of the in- creased cost of living in the United States when he loobs over any mark- et or provision store in a northern city. Twenty years ago the ordinary mid- dle class in the north never expect- TEDDY IMS TAR TO A fRAZZlf IN NEW JERSEY and Disease. INDICATIONS ARE HE WILL GET 22 OF 28 DELEGATES- ed to gel any strawberries much he- _____- fore June 15. It was customary in I many families 10 order southern fruit Taft Supporters Concede State Con- g of a Change of Program j this Play Instead of Essays. All eyes are centered on the Com- mencement season of our schools this and tonight and Thursday and Friday nights there v.-ill he a big attendance at the opera house the entertainments are to be given. Tonight is representative night. tomorrow night the Class play and Friday night commencement program as shown below. Class Play, "Out of Town." Following is the cast of characters, Thursday. May. 30: Mr. Robert Thorndike Mrs. Jane Thorndike. .Grant Nettleton .Awdra Morrison for Memorial day. May 30. as a spc cial holiday treat, but then there- would be a gap until native berries came along. j Now the majority of families get j strawberries early in May. transport- tjrolted by Roosevelt Sympa- thize rs. The house-fly stands convicted as a disseminator of disease and a carrier i of coulagiou. Ever siuce the investi- gation of the spread of typhoid fever in the L'niied Stales military camps during the Spanish war of the evidence has been accumulating, until today theie is no escape from the charges against this tantalizing insect. Every far-reaching probe iiiio sani- EVENS, BLUHER CO. TO BUILD NEW j Taking City Government Out of Poii- I tics. The of Wisconsin has THE PURCHASE OF MRS. MABEE LOT CLOSED MONDAY. Teddv-s nal was jn aud strawerres eary in ay. transport Tafl supDorlers were slugged ed many miles at high freight rates ,hf, in and cold storage. yet if our country is really growing more prosperous, it ought to be so that the workiugman should have some of these semi-luxuries. through the ropes in New Jersey .Monday to use the slang expressions of our ex-presideui. i party names and symbols in municl- I pal elections. j The law frankly was framed to put >s the Socialists out of the running In Milwaukee. LaCrosse and other ciliefi I where ii has been their custom to j put tickets in the field in city elec- lary problems is liable to dUclos.-
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