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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1902, Mason City, Iowa 16 PAGES CITY GLOBE THE CORRECT MARKETS BY WIRE DAILY OFFICIAL PAPER ALL THE TELEGRAPHTC AND LOCAL NEWS VOL IX MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY I 1902 NO 16 We are not exactly like the fellow you see coming out the door but we do want your business After corn planting and your thoughts turn to building that new house or dont overlook the fact that we want your business and have both the goods and prices to get it if you will figure with us No matter what you want in the hardware or paint line we have it We employ three first class tinners and would like your work in this line Hardware Co Tha Hardware Dealers 4 4 COPYRIGHT 1 B KIRSCHBAUM CO f You can buy or dinary clothes at almost any ciothing store but few stores carry the su perior h i g h class clothes we do This is not an ordinary ciothing store and our cioth ing is not com mon orordinary in any particular Our facilities are such that we sell these fine handtailored suits as times Sower than ordinary in fitting suits are sold for elsewhere It will pay you to investigate these handtailored shape retaining suits at and on up to Hawes great Derbies and Alpines Gold and Silver Shirts and The Bell Clothiers Patton Bros 4 4 4 ROCKWELL Rokwell April fine baby boy was born to Mr aim Mrs Frank Johnson Wednesday April 23 Mrs Augur was called to Mason City Tuesday by the serious illness of Mrs W Downing Professor Maharmah is able to be at school again after his illness and Mrs J P Hitt were in Rockwell Thursday of last week Mrs Mary Shorter has gone to Oolfax Mrs Holmau lias gone to Alexander to visit her daughter Mrs Dull Mrs W Downings infant child was buried yesterday in the Rockwell csuietery Mrs E C Garrison of Mason City was here last week Mrs Mary Johnson was at Dubuque visiting her husband this week The ladies of the W R C gave a basket social Saturday in the lodge room The receipts were about Mrs W A Hodge of Owen town ship died Saturday evening and was buried Tuesdayjn the Rockwell cem etery She was a daughter of Mrs A Poell Rev Youker conducted the services The Misses Gertie and Nona Jacobs svere In Rockwell Sunday and attend ed the Congregational church T O Talbott of Albion is the new jarber of the Wilhite barber shop J J Dickson is building Henry Sherwoods addition to liis house The greatest event in the history of he Rockwell Catholic church oocnr ed last Thursday when Arhbisliop Seaue dedicated the Sacred Heart academy and confirmed a class of learly 90 boys and girls The arch bishop is one of the most scholarly men in the great church he represents ind yet in his addresses has the abil ty to use such simple language hat the children cannot fail tcTcoin jrehend his meaning The simplicity of his diction ou occasions to children s charming in the extreme The exercises began in the morning in the church whose altars were prettily leobrated with potted plants and lowers The music which was most excellent and which called forth the ompliment of the bishop was under lie direction of Mrs Harding Oc npyiug the seat of honor at the right if the main altar was His Grace the rchbishop and he was attended by Pather Burns of Rockwell Father Dougherty of Waverly Father Mar in of Osage Father Hayes of Ma on City Father Eckart of Coon and JU ather DollaJil of Whitte more Father McCauley of Rolfe snug the opening mass and at the close of High mass the archbishop in his simple eloquent manner preached a sermon which was especially appli cable to those who were to be con firmed The confirmation exercises t were toucing and impressive the boys j approaching the altar from the right j and the girls from the left in precise j order testifying to their excellent training The final blessing of the bishop was then pronounced the Veni Creator Spiritus and other prayers were chanted and then the assemblage moved in solemn proces sion to the convent the acolytes priesthood Sisters and class preced ing the bishop followed by tlie congre gation Outside the church the Catholic Order of Forresters opened ranks to allow the procession to pass through and on reaching the academy the archbishop recited prayers bless ing first the oxterior and then the interior In the community room she solemn service was completed by blessing a crucifix which will always place ou the wall of the acad emy and also on the walls of memory in the hearts of all who were privi edged to attend the ceremonies Father Burns is greatly to be folici ated on the success of his work and he success oi the exorcises Tim names of the candidates confirmed in ilude the following William Mo 3aheran Henry Friot Patrick Boyle i Arthur Bisgrovc Joseph Barragy Victor Burke Emmet Campbell rlenry Newman Vincent OConnor Tosoph Raukiu Claude Keemm Win 3edard Roy Sloan Frank Bedard Harry Cahalan Joseph Kirk Samuel Scoll Ed Gallager William West over Herman Sclioll Edward West over Louis Fimiegan Francis Me 3auley Anthony Scholl Maurice Mc Gee John Scholl Stephen agle Theodore Scholl Joseph Mc vlonagle Charles Clonso Edward Dunn Nicholas Sclioll Peter Scholl Albert Scholl John Hayes Bernard Blouse John Welch John Behr John jraven George Bisgrove Eliai Camp ell Martha Dunn Alice Boyle Annie Dunn Mary Fmnegau Sarah HGee Evangeline Evcrliart Rose vIcGrevy Sylvia Zcller Jane Clarke ircno Moroney Mary Newman Pearl auley Mary Orrnsby Ella Me Mouagle Rose Schaer Joanna OCon nor HeleuJMcGroevy Ciithariuc Me Lear Margaret Dunn Cliristina M Scholl Mary OConnor Catharine Tenny Catharine Dunn Helen Ken nedy Mary McGoc Gertrude Schiff man Christina Scholl Rosiua Mur ray Elizabeth dense Margret Craven Annie Thornton Margaret Maillard Mary Dodge E A Thomas has opened up a paint store in the new Elks block facing Michiagu street Mr Thomas will carry the largest stock of var nishes ever carried by any one con cern in the city also lead oil roof and barn paint and printerss sup plies Miss Mattie Mclaughlin of Rock well is visiting in this city the guest of her friend Miss Mary Foloy Catch on to the Prices AT DAVYS ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Saturday and Monday next with every sale of dress goods worth 00 per yard or over will give you 1 yards ol waistlining 5 yards of silklining Total 49e I As a starter for the season of 1902 ou shirt waists we will offer white and colored at 39c 40c 59c 79c and up to So OO CALICO WRAPPERS with flounce Satin day and Monday reduced to 59c 79c 89e B Davy Compy 221 North Main Street DO YOU NEED A Set of Dishes TODAY jm n Buys a set consisting of 80pieces best semi porcelain This is a rare opportunity Keeps Let the GOLD OUST twins do your work GOLD DUST will spare your back and save your clothes Better and far more economical than soap and other Washing Powders Made only by THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY New York Boston St of OVAL FAIRY SOAP Watches Need Cleaning iid miut care and attention t keep the delicate in good order The oi becomes hard and wflVcts the runnin of the Sometimes stepping it altogether There is nothing so good for uath as one of our thorough ekaiiings and haul ings Our prices are low and our work the bctto be had Come mi see us J H LEPPER Jeweler 113 South Main St Mason City Iowa A U KIMBAbU ABSTRACTOR OF T1T1E ilD Will n 1EAIESTATE Iu New Court House Maron Oity lev n
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