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Mount Pleasant Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1913, Mount Pleasant, Iowa % a r a is fitting and faultlessly con a strutted garments v x Are especially requested to come and look Over our v line of Spring suits. We j not Only know that these suits Are Sigf s1 menus ladies and children a to arrest a your attention and Lead its a _ a Roy c. Smith funeral diff of and embalm or office phone 360 residence phone 151 the daily news every evening except sunday Charles s. Rogers publisher. Office nos. 106-708 w. Washington St. Entered As second class mail matter in the Post office at it. Pleasant. Iowa. Subscription rates. Delivered by Carrier in town per week .10c by Carrier in town Cash in Advance. 3 months .$1.00 delivered by mail per month .25c weekly edition per year .$1.00 thursday july 17. New London letter. New London la., july 14.�?mr. A mrs. W. H. Fye were initiated into the ret Kahs monday evening. After the work refreshments were served. I Awrence Neese the fifteen year old son of or. And mrs. Jeo. Neese was kicked in the forehead by a Colt monday. The injury was not serious but it was necessary to have a physician to sew it up. The Aid society of the presbyterian Church will meet with mrs b. A Snider this tuesday evening an 1 a Good attendance is desire or. And mrs. Roy Shipley sent sunday at the Home of her sister or and mrs. Prank Hall of it. I Nion. Or. And mrs. C. 1. Rausher and or and mrs. W d. Wallar went to Loek Ridge sunday in the Waller Auto to spend the Day at the Home of or Rauscher s parents or. And mrs c. F Rauscher miss Genevieve Nugen of this City and Robert j. Jones of Ida Grove la were married saturday evening in Ottumwa at the first Christian Church parsonage by elder Edwin s. Priest. The Bride is a Well known and popular new la it Ndon girl who has been making her Home with her sister mrs. F. R. Mehler. She has been a valued employee of the Henry county Telephone company for some time. The Groom was in the jewelry business Here a few years ago and made Many friends while Here. The Young couple will make their Home at Keota. They have the Best wishes of a Host of new London friends. Miss Ella Lynn of the e. R. Morrow company Force is taking a months vacation. Miss Genevieve Morrow is taking her place. Mrs. Albert Hobbs gave a very delightful reception and musical monday afternoon in Honor of Roy Stadt Lander of Burlington and Chas. Flam of Thig City both of whom Are students of the College for the Blind at Vinton or. Stadtlander has been taking Musi for eight terms and will graduate a the end of two More terms. He is a very talented musician As is also a Flam who is also progressing very nicely with his musical work. It was a rare treat to hear both of these Young men play. Mrs. Caroline Piekett is Alsim to i the Home of or. And mrs. John Parks of Salem this week. H. M. Rauscher and family left monday for Excelsior Springs mo., where they will of it end two weeks. Or. And mrs. Will Ca Thrope and daughter Lucille of Jacksonville 111. Are visiting at the Home of her sister. Mrs. Thos. Elsome. Mrs. Willis Chrissinger of it in Nion and her sister miss Jennie Martin of a it a i it it a it it it it it it it it it it = it it it it it it it it it it it it la lab a lib vib lib = ibb ibb lib lib la bib in in in in if in in in in in if in in in in if i. A. S s s ass is is ss-t5 is 515 5 5 5 is we. Hoaglind a department store. Oxfords and shoes 1,000 pairs shoes 1,000 pairs shoes mensa Black and tan oxfords gun Metal and Russia calf Button and Blucher. Not very often can a store offer such a real live bargain a pair $2 39 mensa High Grade oxfords in Black and tan in gun Metal and Russia calf in All the new lasts $4.00 value clearance Sale Price. $2.95 mensa oxfords 60 pairs of broken lines value to $4.00, a wonderful value done to miss them clearance Sale Price a pair.$1.95 boys oxfords in Black and tan Russia and Dull calf clearance Sale Only .$1.25 misses and childrens oxfords in Black tan and White All sizes clearance .98c broken lines of misses and childrens oxfords and pumps clearance. 89c ladies oxfords broken lines values you Seldom get sold to $2.50, clearance .$1.39 ladies oxfords and pumps broken lines Val Leio $4.00, your Opportunity Sale .$1.98 ladies oxfords Complete lines of White Black and tan All the very latest lasts values you la like and buy a pair.$2.48 clearance Sale of childrens shoes at a pair 98c upward to .$1.98 july clearance Sale in our big carpet department we place on Sale 8 tapestry Brussels rugs size 9 x 12 at Cut deep prices Sale $9.98 to.$12.98 administer rugs size 9 x 12, Choice new patterns clearance Sale Price.$19.50 one rack of 40 rugs size 9 x 12 in High Grade a minister body Brussels and Wilton velvets Choice patterns value to $30.00, clearance Sale but. $22.50 Wilton velvet rugs size 9 x 12, Good value at $30.00, Choice styles Sale Price.$25.00 Royal Wilton rugs sizes 9 x 12 Only 3, value $45.00, clearance Sale .$29.50 administer rugs sizes 11 it. 3 in. X 12 it. And 10 it. 6 in. 13 it. 6 in. Value to $35.00, Sale.$25.00 administer rugs sizes 11 it. 3in. X 12 it. And 10 it. 6 in. X 13 it. 6 in., value to $40.00, Sale. $29.50 matting 30 bolts Fine Quality japanese Cott m Warp matting 30c values Yard .25c Lowell and Hartford All Wool carpets Best Quality 75c Quality Sale .69c linoleum 2 Yards wide Good patterns clearance Sale Price .85c linoleum 4 Yards wide Choice patterns clearance Sale Price .$2.39 Wall paper new line choose from our entire Stock less 25 off. Window porch shades in Green and Brown at mini mum prices $2.35 to.$5.50 hammocks double Woven in checks stripes and Plain Price $2.00 to .$4.00 pictures special size 27x23 inches Gilt frames Clear Ance Sale .49c curtain stretchers easy adjusted extra Good Sale .98c so m 0 Tifi n n m m i n i m fib in in in in in in in a in lib in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in $ new London were highly complimented recently by receiving invitations to the International Eisteddfod contest to be held this year at Pittsburg a this is a Welch organization but is open to All amateurs who have won in the state contests which has for its purpose the advancement of music and elocution. Many contests Are held choirs glee clubs readings and instrumental music and once each year an International festival is held where Many prizes ranging from $25 to $5-000 Are Given away to the winners. Mrs. Chrissinger won the Iowa state contest in Reading in 1910, and last Martin and As a result they were in a. D. Cited to take part in the International contest. Anna Johnson went to ties Andrews this tuesday even miss Moines sunday for a visit with friends. Miss Helen Swan of it. Pleasant who has been visiting at the Home of Mary and Margaret Condon returned to her Home monday. W. V. Hodgson of St. I tuis is visiting at the Home of his Mother mrs. Mary e. Hodgson. The Berean Bible class of the presbyterian Church will have a social year it was won by her sister miss meeting at the borne of or. And mrs. Or. And mrs. C. W. D. Ferrel of Lis Sie tex., who have been visiting relatives and friends Here for the past three weeks left for their Home last saturday. A negro tramp caused some excitement in the East part of town saturday evening by trying to Force his Way into the John Strack Home after being refused something to eat. The Section men who were working near came to the assistance of mrs. Strack and her daughter and chased the Man into a Corn Field. He was water Cap tured and put in the lock up for the night hut was released sunday morning. The misses Gladys and Alice hem mings of Washington who has been visiting at the Home of their Uncle Perl a earnings for the past three weeks returned to their Man monday. Or. H. Winters m. D Eye ear Nom and threat specialist. Glasses guaranteed to fit. Tour 9 a. M to p. M. Freaa 14 Twilight league schedule. The following is the schedule of the Twilight league for the month of july Friday july 18, reds and Grays. Monday july 21, blues and reds. Wednesday july 23, red and Grays. Friday july 25, blues and Gray. Monday july 28, red and Grays. Wednesday july 30, blues and Grays Friday August 1, blues Ard reds. Monday August 4, blues and Grays. Wednesday August 6, blues and Grays. Friday August 8 reds and Grays

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