Mount Pleasant Daily News in Mount-Pleasant, Iowa
20 Jan 1919

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20 Jan 1919

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Mount Pleasant Daily News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Mount Pleasant, Iowa A pop. You or wised to show me How to play Tok i a a to flow i Lurk come game r on and it 5 Mcinter f get it of Etc u5tcr, cur6, Wpc Wro woj ail a gotta do is to read the rules Here Vuren it says 11 player must sax the reap those rules a Dolc Jqmes Andi the Elk scr must $66, see ? wat a Gong to 1?0 now uste a in any gang 0m tag a Worth a gotta tag rules. Whyou mak6 my or rep i can move a any rec non i want to it you to West gotta follow i the rules but not a Vlco Juhe Way you read pm let s go spin top tn�,r6 aint no re of. To that a a u a n i a it s for Sale for Sale Nice red Globe onions 2c a Pound. Phone 4251. 1-20 d2t c for Sale one set of double harness medium weight with breeching Polione 4530. I20d3tp phone rates boosted postmaster general Burleson makes Long distance High. New rates go into effect january 21. Talking will be a real luxury. It. Pleasant hit hard. 117d3tc for Sale electric Washer Grinnell laundry Queen latest Model Guaran. Rpj10 pos Toffic e department which teed five years also adjustable dress. Control a Telephone rates has issued the form like new. Phone 3376. J following new standards effective january 21, 1919, provide for various kinds of ser for rent vice at commensurate rates. The base rate is for station to Sta for rent Good All purpose farm tion service in this class of service the station called is specified either he Telephone number or by the name of the subscriber of the called station. The calling subscriber pays for the Call if the called Telephone is reached. Charges for this class of service will not be reversed. Person to person Calls the calling subscriber specifies that a part Crar death of mrs. Mcadam Well known it. Pleasant woman loses struggle for life phone 4164. 1-13 a lot p i Ost lost an automobile Chain Between court House via depot to College. Finder please phone 1249. L-20dltc had suffered for Many years with heart trouble a finally passed away sunday evening funeral tuesday lost a half grown Kitty mostly White Black Tail. Phone 3219. L-20d2tp mrs. Sarah Mcadam wife of t. Mcadam passed away at her Home 700 East Monroe Street at six of clock sunday evening after years of invalid ism. Although she had been a sufferer from rheumatism which had affected 4 her heart the immediate Cruse of her death was paralysis of the bowels. For a number of years mrs. Mcadam had been in the care of physicians the greatest anxiety being her weakened heart however she made a Brave fight and would seem to be on the Road to recovery when she would have another attack. For some Days her heart has been person is wanted. The rate for this giving her More or less trouble but no service is approximately 25 per cent special anxiety was Felt until partly higher than for station to station ser Sis of the bowels developed and in salaries Are raised supervisors give the Deputy county officers substantial boost workmen will also be Given a fair increase in wages officers have salaries fixed by Law the Board of supervisors were in session the last of the week and settled the question of salaries for the year 1919. Also the wages for county employees was settled. Elected officers of the county have their salaries fixed by Law but the Board is obliged to fix the salaries of the deputies. Under the Law the Sal Jary of the deputies shall not be less than one half of the principal and not More than $1,200.00 per year. A u editor in Ivi to night Maeterlinck so the Blue Birds every Man woman and child in it. Pleasant should see this picture the Symbol of happiness usual prices. 10c 15c 20c 7 30 9 00 tomorrow Madge Kenedy in a Friend husband also Allied War review Alice sex10n Hunt it. Pleasant loses one of its finest types of womanhood. I Fie following Weie the salaries As passed away this morning from fixed by the Board for the deputies Deputy auditor. $930.00 per year Deputy clerk.$870.00 per year Deputy treasurer .$870.00 per year Deputy recorder. $700.00 per year chronic heart trouble. Leaves husband and seven children. It. Pleasant shocked. It. Pleasant was shocked beyond lost a Small Shaffer self filling pen with Gold bands on East w Ashington Street. Finder please Call 2254. 1-i8d3tc wanted wanted a Young girl As an apprentice. Apply Harrison millinery co. L-20dtfc wanted Job on farm by experienced married Man. Alma Lingo it. Madison r. It. No. 1. L-20d2twltp weather forecast county Engineer Smith will receive expression today to learn that Alico the same salary of $1,700.00 per year Sexton Hunt wife of or. J. P. Hunt vice. Orders for this class of service spite of All that medical Aid and the As last year but this year will be paid Tiati at tiie Early hour of three of clock Are accepted Only under the condition Best of nursing could give she passed a Fiat rate of five cents per mile for his morning passed quite a expect i that a a report charge of approx away it specialists from away were travel expenses but will be obliged Ejov away at her Home 309 East mad mately 25 per cent of the message rate called in for conference and trained to keep his automobile maintained and Json valvular trouble of the Chicago ills., Jan. 20�? special to the news a generally fair tonight and tuesday somewhat warmer tonight Southeast portion. Local news Bay it with Flowers. Phone 22. Miss Fay Hunter spent the week end at her Home in Danville. Mrs. Will Mason and daughter Ruth spent monday at Burlington. Harold Toothacre spent the week end at his Home in Burlington. Or. Vaughn Long visited friends in Washington Over the week end. Done to forget the Chicken pie supper wednesday night at Moose Hall. Miss Turner of Hershey Hall visited with friends in Danville saturday. Or. Warren Hall went to Chicago on Friday night with a shipment of cattle. Miss Miriam Smith visited friends in new London saturday and sunday. Reece Green and Clarence Hinzie visited friends in Fairfield saturday. The misses Bois and Martin Are visiting friends in Fairfield for a few Days. Mrs. J. E. Beeber has gone to Fairfield to visit with friends for a few Days. The Ramblers will meet with mrs. B. Huston wednesday afternoon at 3 00 o clock mrs. Gilbert Mcclaran of Fairfield a spent the week end in the Home of her brother. Or. A Lay Logsdon. F. Friedman at the South Side grocery pays the highest prices for hides and sirs. Phone 46 and 463. Or. Elmer Mcclaran of Fairfield spent sunday afternoon at the Home of his Mother mrs. Sarah Mcclaran. Will be made for certain reports in cases where communication May not be established. For appointment and messenger Calls the rate is approximately 50 per cent higher than the station to station rate. Night rates from 8 30 p. To Midnight. For station to station messages Only Are approximately 50 per cent of the Day rates but no night rate is less than 25 per cent. Night rates from Midnight to 4 30 a. M., for station to station messages Only Are approximately 25 per cent of the Day rates but no night rate is less than 25 cents. The principle of these varying rates is Correct As anyone can see on slight reflection and is based on approximate time used off Telephone circuits and operators and also on value of results obtained for the calling subscriber. Nurses provided and everything that operated on the mileage allowed. J it Art f Iong standing brought about Money and affections would suggest the following wages were fixed for Tjie tragic end of this splendid woman All proved unavailing. Labor and teaming. J for a number of years mrs. Hunt mrs. Mcadam leaves her husband Man and team 60 cents per hour hag Guffee Ltd More or less from her we Are distributors for Henry county and Only child Donald. Hauling Bridge material 25 cents per. Heart although she Lias always looked a r. K. Crane successor to Bird amp Crane funeral director and embalmer 137-139 n. Jefferson St. Phone 167 m. Hall lumber and Mill work wire fencing and Gates House and barn paints phone 83 Howe Bros 214-218 w. Washington St. Auto livery phone 303 Transfer storage feed barns and feed Yard we sell anti skid chains the sympathy of All it. Pleasant ton per mile and of Henry county will go out to Bridge labourers 35 cents per hour. Or. Mcadam and his son in their Bridge Foreman 45 cents per hour dreadful loss for no calamity can Over Road dragging 40 cents per mile take a Home so immeasurably Grieve or. O. A. Geeseka was appointed the Ous As the loss of the wife cd Mother county physician for this locality and the funeral of mrs. Mcadam will be or. Vanausdall for new London and held wednesday of clock. Afternoon at two regular meeting of Henry Lodge no. 10, i. O. O. F. Tonight at 7 30, there will be work in initiatory degree. The largest and most exclusive line of dress goods i have Ever had. Mrs. Allen. Remember the Price of the news on the same terms As last year. News at court House Many orders entered by clerk of the court two Mariage licenses at the Moose Hall wednesday the 22d Good music and a Good time. Supper 6 30 to 8.30. The following table is self explanatory. X u Csc w w i u 0/ s cd x o c is -3 t. M z o o o c x n m o <0 v o a a o u a p w "5 a x a of los 33 g go o l a .05 not quoted not quoted not quoted .10 a a a a it it a 9f .15 .20 .25 .10 .20 .25 .30. .10 .25 .30 .35 .10 .30 .40 .45 .10. 5 .45 ,50 .10 .40 .50 .60 .10 .45 .55 .65 .15 .50 .60 .7 o .15 .55 .65 .80 .15 .60 .75 .90 .15 .65 .80 .95 .20 .70 .85 1 05 .20 .75 .90 1.10 .30 Complete copies of the postmaster general a order a establishing these rates Are on file at the Telephone office or. W. H. Young is Lesting easier a today Ali amp Ough he is in a very weak ened condition. One week ago Sun Day evening he was seized with Hie a marriage License was issued Jan 14th to or. Albert f. Hall aged 38, of Columbus Junction and miss Maude e. Bridges aged 30, of Winfield. Or. J. Here in town is the same old ten cents a. Lauger of this City applied for the per week delivered free. Same old License. Coughs which have failed to yield to j treatment and he has suffered most distressingly everything known that the social which was to have been 1 might Stop his suffer ills has been use i riven by the ladies Aid of the method 1, today the hic cd ugh Are less Vio is Church on Friday evening has been \ Lent and of eur at ituerval8 farther cancelled and will not take place. Apal to a in be rests a Little the cause i is supposed to be a heavy cold which if you Nave lost anything found any a he took and settled in the lower part thing want to sell something or buy of his lung which started the Irurita something use the news classified column. Only half a cent a word per Issue. Cheapest advertising on Earth. Tion that resulted in the Hiccough. He Lias a very Large Circle of friends who Are anxious for his Relief and recovery the founders a License was issued Jan. 13th to or. Glen Klopfenstein aged 19 and miss Bessie a. Ritli aged 21, both of Way land. The Groom being under age his parents or. And mrs. Fred Klopfenstein gave their consent to the Wedd ing. Lina Roth has been appointed guardian of Irene Roth under Bonds of $1,500.00, with Henry l. Wyse As surety. J. Lindley has been appointed As guardian of Edna Rittenhouse it Al. J minors with Bond fixed at $200.00 and 1 b. B. Lindly surety t Hermann c. Mabeus has been appointed administrator of the estate of Walter Mabeus who died oct. 30. Bond was fixed at $2,400.00. The will of the late Frederick Burky. Who died nov. 9, has been filed for probate. Ella m. Wilkins has been appointed administer matrix of the estate of Charles Wilkins who died dec. 7. Bond was fixed at $3,000.00. F. A. Morgan has been appointed a special administrator of the estates of Elmer a. Tyson who died dec. 18, and f. Tyson who died dec. 19. Bond was fixed at $14,000.00 for each estate with s. P. And Luther Morgan As sureties. Mrs. Flossie Peterson has been appointed trustee for Mary Peterson it Al under Bond by the clerk at $40,000, with j. Crawford Isaac Linder and w. H. Bangs As sureties. R. A Campbell has been appointed guardian of Mildred Turner minor under $200.00 Bonds. I. I. Yount has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Frank w. Adams who died dec. 19 Bond was fixed at $20,000 00 with h. C the following clipping from the so Davis and Eli Speidel As sureties Cial column of the sunday Chicago the will of Frances Freeman who Tribune will be of interest to Many died nov. 12, has been filed witty the people a Chicago p. E. O. Chapter will clerk for probate. Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of its the Iowa state Bank of new London founding with a luncheon on Friday has been appointed guardian of Herat the hotel la Salle at 1 of clock. A Bert and Dorothea Oge minor heirs of Short program will follow which will we. Oge and under Bonds of $3,000.00. Include an address by the guest of g. Vanausdall and Willis Sater Honor mrs. Alice bid Babb one of Are the sureties. J Barney Keegan has been appointed Price for a Quarter of a Century. Announcement is made that prof. Ardian who was to have Given the next number on the College lecture course saturday evening is seriously ill in California and his Date has been postponed indefinitely. Or. J. T. Chandler and his sister in Law miss r. J. Blakemore left last night for Washington. D. C., where they will visit the former s daughter mrs. Swan who was miss Frances Chandler before her marriage. Farmers Are urged to use the columns of the daily and weekly news to advertise their farm sales. Most Farmers Are becoming thorough apostles of publicity and their Sale advertisements Are read and heeded by hundreds. There will be an All Day sewing at the red Cross room tomorrow tuesday. There is a Large quota of refugee garments and it is necessary that the garments be finished within a few Days. Will All who can be present tomorrow. If you cannot come in the morning please plan to come in the afternoon. Has any one seen a Nice Little White Kitty with a Black Tail and Black spots on its Back. A heartbroken Little girl has a want and this paper for the lost Kitty it wandered off last Friday night and can t be found and the Little girl is disconsolate. The Little boys and girls of the town should make a Hunt for the Kitty and if found return it to its owner who will be dreadfully Happy in its return. In perfect health. About the first of the year the trouble became More aggregated until last saturday afternoon mrs. Hunt was j obliged to go to bed and a physician j was called. Nothing Serijus was expected however. This morning about three of clock she was seized with a acute attack and arose from her bed to go to a Rocker hoping that sitting up might afford her some Relief. How a Ever she was no sooner in the chair than she collapsed and death followed immediately. Mrs. Hunt was a Lovely woman and a Lovely character. All who knew her or knew of her held her in the greatest admiration As a wife and Mother and As a womanly woman. The an a nou Cement of her untimely death was followed by expressions of the aut0 hear it so deepest regret and genuine sorrow Over our entire Community. The loss to the family will be irreparable. Mrs. Hunt leaves to mourn her a husband and seven children Arthur in pie army in France Paul in amt army at Camp Dodge Ethel at Cedar Falls and Anna Alice Maynard and Walter at Home. The funeral will be held at the Home wednesday Forenoon the hour to be announced . Edward dental surgeon up stairs in Smith and Linn bldg. North main Street a. T. Dugdale Auto livery Transfer and storage East Monroe Street phone 73 d. L. Cookes funeral director and embalmer horse drawn Hearse Ben h. Wilson Lou Pease Wilson amp Pease general insurance Stock companies not Mutual North Side Square phone 354 had delightful meeting Iowa Wesleyan conservatory Elmer k. Gannett Dean a special rate in vocal lessons will be Given to boys from the age of 10 to 14. Phone 104 coterie met at the Home of mrs. J. Holland Friday afternoon. The january meeting of the coterie was yield last Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. John Holland on Jefferson Street mrs. Wade Gillis being associated with mrs. Holand As hostess for this monthly gathering. There was a Good attendance of the club members and the following especially invited guests were present to enjoy the pleasant sociability of the. Occasion mesdames Robert Gillis James t. Gillis. Myron Caris. Will Gass. Paul Galer George Beal. George j Tomlinson c. R. Nicholson Anna Salz Man. Fannie Lynn Robert Allen of Milwaukee. Wis., misses Hattie and Clara Mcadam Rachel and Olive Gass j there was no Book review for this occasion but readings by mrs. G. J Gloeckler and miss Rachel Gass were greatly appreciated. Mrs. Gillis the presiding officer announced that at the next meeting which is to be held with mrs. T. J. Phillips and mrs. Fred Fairchild at the Fairchild Home mrs. Holland will give a review of Henry Kish Ell websters delightful and Siuch ass Ful novel a an american family administrator of the estate of Simon Coughran who died Jan. 5. Bond was fixed As $200.00 with g. H. Apr amp a and Ellen Keegan As sureties. The will of the late a. Andreas who died nov. 9, has been filed for probate. The will of Franklin m. Gingerich has been filed for probate. I. It. Crane jeweler and optometrist your eyes carefully examined and glasses fitted Welcome returning soldiers a sailors full information As to All employment openings in this county and elsewhere will be Given you free at the Bureau for returning soldiers and sailors in charge of Hon. J. Lindley commissioner labor Board Winfield. Iowa All National and local efforts to assist you Are there concentrated. United states employment service u. S. Department of labor

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