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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1912, Mason City, Iowa                              iTHAT RAINY MKiHT REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Scott G H wfe to I W Keerl 200 Lot 22 Blk 5 B 0 Add Feb 20 11 Asplin George wfe et al to Ed gar Harding Lots 5 and 6 Blk 8 Dickerson and Hayes AUU Clear Lake May 1 12 Johnson Nasone to W A Gruminon Lots 48 and 49 Piersols 2nd Sab SW NE 39420 Apr 20 12 Zingre A J Wfe to Clyde H Hamlin East 60 feet lot 5 Blk 1 Parkers 3rd Add Mason City to Bessie I Ehle Lot 23 in Richardson s CRAFTON NEWS Bring your money to Hie and watch it grow 4 on Time Deposits 4 on Savings Deposits Make our bank your bank N C KOTGHELL President PIGKARD Cashier I W KEERL Vice Pres T M IGOU Asst Cashier James 100 1 aad 2 Blk 27 College Add Mason City Iowa May 11 United States to Myron P Patter son Patent Nfr NW 4 and NfrVs NE Section 59621 United States to Caleb H Booth Patent WV2 NE NE NE SS90M la Land Town L Co to John J Yandresitz Lot H Blk 21 B rancsco Vfe to H R Berg Lot 21 Blk 7 Francisco s 2nd Add Mason City Iowa May 6 1 Bumgardner Albert N et al to W RBurns Lot 13Blk 9 B O Add May 4 12 Hamlin Clyde H to Albert J ere North 71 feet lot 7 Blk 5 Purdys Add Mason City Iowa MaparkVllary A et al to A J Zin Lot 5 Blk 7 Parkers 3Td Add to Mason City Iowa Apr karkley J B fe to Lizzie J mer c andA ft S of the NW cor lot 11 In sub to M E Ensign Lot 1 In Blk 10 of Parkers 3rd Add to ML C Fitch Lizzie J to Valentine Glaus Lot G Blk 102 in AT Par kers Sub of lot 1 in SE of of 109620 Vogue says Fancy unfinished serges and cheviots in unnotice ahle line ami stripe patterns For colors the various shades of gray blue brown olive and reliahle All of these arc here Never cloth iirst manufactured have there been such wonderful va riety and combinations of color for mens wear Our line covers a tre mendous range or 530 here are the suits that will fill the bill Extra thin Interwoven Sox 25c 35e and 50e THE BELL CLOTHIERS Where a Dollar Does Its Duty Grafton Maylo Grafton is hustling little burg nowadays with three land offices no matter where you want to locate you can get there W A Borchardt is reported on the silk list Dr Barrett of Osago is attending T 1 Brlngolf made a business trip to Nora Springs last Tuesday Mrs M Olassel of Nora Springs is visiting at her son Emil and family Mr and Mrs Albert Borchardt visited at the A R Schmidt home Sunday Joe McKee took some cattle away last Wednesday to have good pas ture ifor them this summer R Koekler is contemplating the erection of a new house this sum mer He says he has the sand for the foundation all hauled Mr and Mrs Wm Dobel from Kensett and her son Harry Lynch from Cedar Rapids and Mrs Jno Weieth Sr visited at B Fluhrer and family last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Emil Qlaesel called at the W H Trettin home last Fri day The dance at Lou Helms did not pan out very good as the musicians failed to appear E Arzberger and family visited at the E Fluhrer home last Sunday Joe Madeira is starting the found ation for an addition to his house his family and himself will enjoy some rides this summer Mr R C Hunter and family are enjoying a visit with Mr Hunters and little Pauline Hunter who makes her homo with her grand parents Martin Dustabek left Thursday noon for his home in vVaterville Minn He made the trip with his motorcycle going in four and one half hours Duiius the storm Friday night the lightning struck the rods on the C J LeValley residence and lollow ed down into the ground but the telephone and electric light and meter were burned out The family did not feel the shock Across the street at the home Mrs Fans ler the electric lights and meter were also burned out Mr and Mrs Oramel Fansler came from Ubert Lea Monday night ami Mrs Fansler remained for a visit with her mother while Aramel went to DCS Moines He has been in Al bert Lea lor three weeks and his wife went up Saturday supposing their household goods had been ship ped to that place but Monday they received word that they were BtJ I in warehouse that was burned Fri day night and all were consumed Mr Fansler went down to see it anything could be done about iu surance 1olice News Mason City is the attraction for demented fellows believe the po lice department who lastnight pick ed no Clifronl Push who is claimed to bo from Austin from that place failtd to reveal any iuormiition PugU was picked Ul last evening on south Main while acting foolish lie liad scarcely any thing in his pocket except an extra shirt and a lew trinkets which tail ed to identify He is not crazy on any one subject but was noticed first because of his foolish antics Mike Kokoias who it is alleged told 0us Soro last Sunday he could not return to work was picked up this morning by Officer Smith on Miller and Inland Kokoias has been in hiding since he ran from the store Sunday morning when he heard the officers coming He was fined and given 3d days in jail LINCOLN i Yes we have It A paint and varnish for every puipose High Standard for houses Vernieol Varnish Stain for interiors Screen Paint for wire and wood Cement Paint for cement or concrete covering Mellotone soft finish for walls Varnish for floors and all other purposes Barn Paint Carriage Gloss Floor Paint Anything you need i nthe line of paint will be found here Best Quality Reasonable Prices Lowe Bros Products Unequalled Phone your orders First papers issued yester day to Anathauasios Papageorgis who is 27 years old and was born in Baltzia Turkey Papageorges is of Greek descent however PORTLAND NEWS Portland May Mrs Bonnets mother has been visiting at Mr Ben MMrs ills mother father and sis ter are visiting here and Mr Letts mother who has just returned from California is visiting at Letts Ralph Currier had a runaway on the pulverizer No one was hurt A large number turned ant to help clean the Woodman hall last Wed Among the visitors to the city this week were C A Ivnoop Blackhawk Bank Waterloo Mrs Ed Reed Bricelyn Mrs Leonard and daugh ter of Britt Miss Clause Clear LakeMrs Bruce of Sheffield Miss Madge Hughes Storm Lake Miss Edith Pramer Clear Lake Mrs F Smith and daughter Manly Mrs Thomas and Misses Agues and Alice McManus Miss Nellie ORiley and Miss Emma urke Dougherty Mrs Cummmgs Plymouth Richadson is improving as well as could be expected Mr and Mrs Dunbar and children were in Portland last Thurs C Hill has purchased a new Ford automobile Mr and Mrs Brooks have just recovered from a severe attack of thThcTportland hall was beautifully decorated with flowers on Mothers Day There were recitations by Vita Billings Ben Eminent Ralph Letts Alice Runyan Mannie Mitchell and Mrs Thomasson and a talk by Mr Hicks There were thirtythree mothers there and after services a beautiful bouquet was presented to each one of their children There was a large crowd of others also It was a most delightful meeting of the Chrysanthemum dab which was enjoyed Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs C R Bouldin on north Second avenue All the members were present except one After roll call a pleasing diversion was a contest on words pertaining to sewing Mrs Geo O Neill won first prize and Mrs McElroy the consolation A very pretty se lection on the piano by Mrs Harry Brocaw added much to the enter tainment The guests were Mas dames Harris Nelson Norquist and Defender At the close of the after oon the hostess served a delicious wo course luncheon A picnic is to e planned for the near future Friends here of Grace Senior daughter of Mr and Mrs C B Sen or of this city will be interested to earn that she has returned to Du uth after a two years sojourn m Germany where she nas been studying music Miss Esther Senior is still in Berlin but will pro bably return home this summer HAXLOXTOWN Hanlontown May a few from Hanlontown attended the Ladies Aid society held at N Stores home Sunday All report a good time party of young people enjoyed an outing on the banks of Lime Creek south of town Sunday Lars Singlestad is here visiting his nephew Andrew Singlestad Mrs Luckasou Inga M ethers and Mrs Die Thovson were Lake Mills shoppers Monday Anna Storre was a Mason Cit Lincoln May Pierce and Kurd called at Harry Pethicks Sunday Rev Nicholas and wife attended the convention at Mason City Wed nesday Hans Johnson is the proud owner of a new buggy He was seen going towards Grant Center Sunday after noon Luther Harding one of the pion eers of Lincoln township and a highly respected friend and neigh bor died at his home at Clear Lake Friday morning after a few days sickness and was laid to rest Sun day Mrs Nicholas was somewhat sur prised Thursday afternoon when a large number of her friends came in tor a surprise on her it being in honor of her birthday She received many useful presents Mrs Lee Demo arrived home Wednesday from her trip to Minne Mrs Dolly Brucs Mrs Edna Mar tin Mrs D N Roderick and Mr Stuart Trupimon were at Manly on Thursday visiting Mrs Bruce and Mrs Rodericks brother Mr Harmon Diltz and family a clerk at made homo folks a visit Sunday The Synod Ladies Aid society will meet at the Ole Tanjjcn home Sheffield May small show The Cow Punchers1 was in town Friday night and was very well pat ronized but reports are not favor able to it being of a very high class of entertainment The Queen Esthers held a home made candy sale at Froudenberg Boelks store Saturday and had good patronage They could have sold much more had the candy been provided Mr and Mrs Orrin Aborn of Ma son City came Saturday for a visit with Mrs Aborns parents Mr and Mrs David Bigg and other relatives Prof Wahl entertained the grad uates of the Sheffield school at the home of his brotherinlaw Rev D Lang Friday evening A very pleas ant evening was vent by a11 A brother of Mrs 1 N Reynolds came from state of Washington last week for a visit with her and other relatives in Sheffield Mrs Robert Churchouse is very ill at her home in this place Miss Jessie Yellamd is assisMng in caring for her George Churchouse and wife are here from Hampton called by the serious illness of his mother Reuben Esslinger had the mis fortune of breaking his arm Monday forenoon while cranking his auto He now carries the arm in a sling and will crank no more atttos for some time Mr and Mrs Larson bell ring ers gave an entertainment at the M B church which was well attend ed and was a very ment A J Froniag is now a possessor br a new auto an Overland Now Manufacturers of INDESTRUCTIBLE SILO BLOCKS DRAIN TILE COMMON BRICK AND HOLLOW BLOCKS Office 211 Commercial Bank Mason City Iowa rnic will be held in the Synod church May 17th All Julia Thovson visited her sister rs Singlestad Sunday 300 pair of Red Cross regular shoes 200 pair of Queen Quality regular shoes 100 pair of Whip Canvas Pumps values 150 pair of Patent 2 strap Putaps values J8 at All our Mens Boys and Youths Tennis shoes Also several hundred pairs of those shoes which are the greatest values ever offered Remember every shoe in our stock is selling at less than 3S prices Why pay the large prices when you can get GOOD SHOES so cheap DON T MISS THIS CHANCE L D Timmons Just North of 5 10 cent store nd be compelled to pay to yourlandlord most J ur hardearned profits Own your own We make a specialty of Steel Fiber boys and fellows clothes Our guarantee goes with every suit We can please the parent and the boy We give double satisfaction here by pleasing the boy with his appearance and you will your purchase Knickcr Suits ages 3 to 8 and Knickor Suits ages 8 to and Get to Know Gildner Bros Qlothiers facing question You NOW Perhaps you think the high cost of living makes it impossible The fact remains that many peo ple of modest income ARE manag ing to save something regularly ai this bank surely you can find a way A savings account at the First Na tional bank if begun only with a prepare you for emer sickness or op dollar wil gency I portunity Capita and Surplus MiOii CITY f yo itoba Sa ur liaraeiirnKu j farm Secure aFrecHomesteadinMan or Alberta ir purchase land In one of those districts and bank a profit of an acre every year Land purchased 3 years ago at an acre has recently chanced hands at an acre The crops on these lanUs tit the ad vance can farmlne nnfl erraln errowtasr m the provinces of Slanitolm Saskatchewan and Albovtn Free homestead and ernpttor areas as well as land hold by railway and land com panies will provide homes for millions Adaptable soil Uenltn climnte splendid ecnoolfl and For settlers rates literature Lost Wort to ranch tho coontrj unt otniir pnr tlcnlnrm rite To Wt ot Iinmi eratlnn Ottawa Cnnailn or to tho Ctmadlun Government Agcut E T HOLMES 215 Jackson Street Dee nddrora nearest TOP in wide Messaline black and stripes 36 in black Chiffon fetas for 3 days more at and 36 in wide Jacuards stripes figures and valucsup to for in Poplins and 30 in 3Qp Silk Pongees for Fonlard Silks 24 in wide values up to Sue choice tomorrow Ohp for yard The Store That Sells Better Qualities For EMBROIDERIES 17 inch wide 1jjn KMBROTUEUTKS 27 in wide for EMBROIDERIES 45 inch wide for yard It will pay you bifj to attend our GREAT MAY SALE of Ready to Wear   

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