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Mount Pleasant Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1913, Mount Pleasant, Iowa Every farm As advertised Dennis Morony offers Many Fine farms for Sale. 60 acres the finest farm in Des Moines county Iowa for Sale. All level Black land tiled out and located adjoining the Beautiful Little City of Mediapolis in the new High school District of Mediapolis. The High school of Mediapolis is an accredited school and has a special arrangement with the state of Iowa for the education of teachers. This Fine Little farm is on the Road to the Chautauqua grounds and hence could not be better located. The House is strictly modern with Furnace Bath Stool Light and toilet. House is finished Down stairs in Quarter sawed Oak and up stairs in hard Pine. Very Large barn immense string of hog houses this is the farm Muse famous by the Conkle hog Raiser All kinds of Fine outbuildings. Plenty of fruit for family use. Yet a can buy this farm at $300.00 per acre. No margin in this farm at the Price but it is nearer Worth the to i by than Many with ? a margin. 160 acre Fine combination farm located 2 Miles from station in Van Buren county Iowa. This far n has Over 140 acres of Fine Corn land and 7 acres of Timber and balance Blue grass. House of 7 rooms in Fine repair. Good basement barn plenty of out build Ings. $100.00 will buy it. $ 160 acre combination farm 4 Miles from Liberty Ville Iowa. 80 acres of farming land balance Fine Blue grass pasture free from Brush. House of seven rooms Good basement barn All kinds of out build a Ings lots of Woven wire Fence Fine Orchard close to $ school 2 Miles from station on Railroad. Price $70. 9 488 acre farm located 6 Miles from Fairfield Iowa. 300 acres of Corn land that lays practically level. Balance Blue grass and some Timber. Fine House of about 10 rooms Good tenant House of 4 rooms very Large basement barn no larger or better in Jefferson county outside of some horse Breeding farm. Large cattle barn All kinds of outbuildings Fine Orchard close to school and Church. This is an estate and can be bought very cheap. 160 acre level Black farm located close to pack Wood Jefferson county Iowa. This farm is tiled. Fine House and granary Chicken House and other buildings. Barn Only fair. Plenty of fruit. Price on this $175. 360 acre farm with first class improvements an abundance of Fine Corn land and Fine pasture land. G farm adjoins station in Van Buren county Iowa. A Price is very Low. You would not guess How Low. 117 acres of level Black land inside City limits of Mediapolis Iowa. This land is thoroughly tiled out no better tiled farm in Iowa. Large House Good barn new Hay shed plenty of fruit. Abundance of Good water. You can buy this and be inside of one of the Best Little towns anywhere where education is a Hobby. Price is Low considering the advantages. 77 12 acre farm inside City limits of Media pot j. Land All level and tiled out. Improvements Large and desirable. This is Worth the Money. No better land anywhere. 80 acre level Black farm land in Lee county near Cottonwood Lee county Iowa. Good buildings. Price $165.00. If you Are on the Market for a Good farm and if you Are willing to pay a reasonable Price for a Good farm i can certainly please you. I invite you to see me before you buy. If i can not please you i do not wish to sell you. No foolishness in my business. Dennis Morony it. Pleasant Iowa. Special two Steamer collide in heavy fog at Mouth of Chicago. River today. Chicago iii., july 17 Goodrich line Steamer Sheboygan with forty three passengers aboard rammed the steamship Iowa of the same line today in a heavy fog at the Mouth of the Chicago River. The Crew escaped from the Iowa which i was morally wounded and she sunk a few minutes later with a cargo of $50,-000 in hold. The Sheboygan received slight damages but not serious. She was towed to Shore and her passengers discharged. Auto speeder no guilty an interesting session in mayors court Over Auto Case today. Is the ordinance Legal Paul Mccoid arrested for speeding his father. Or. J. C. Mccoid. Tries to break the ordinance on a technicality. Lis Consul at Piedras Negros me. Declares his life is in danger. Eagle pass tex., july 17 Specia Juit is reported Here that Consul Luther Ellsworth at Piedras Negros me has reported to Washington that he has discovered a plot on foot to dynamite the consulate and that his life is in danger. Paul Mcl old the Sou of or. .1. I Mccoid was charged this morning j with exceeding the Speed limit. His father appeared before the mayor the first thing this morning waived arraignment pleaded not guilty and j asked for an immediate trial. City j solicitor Hourihan appeared for the j City and or. Mccoid at once filed a i demurrer to the information 1, that the information was faulty j As it did not make any specific j charge. 2. That the ordinance under whirl i the information was filed was faulty i As tiie passing of the ordinance was not a matter of record in the Book a of the City clerk. J the arguing of the demurrer took i the greater part of the morning and i during the Progress of the Case a number of enthusiastic Automo lists were i present following the proceedings very carefully. The attorney for the de i sense argued that the fact the defendant in the informal exceeding the see a limit Quot was not fun Ftfe re of re Furj re feb Ftp q Fri it it feb rep summer clothes at prices that Are right John a. Lauger s i re i i it a North Side Square phone 160 Ftp it w it it aaa aaa Aea i i was nine get your years of age i Harvest meat. 1mm Mother of or. J. P. Hunt of this City passed away at Burlington today. I t at Browne a Market charting a a fun gland in 1821 c fresh slaughtered meat % Irma Lon of vex a a _ w Young and tender. Our robbers secured $25,000.00 specific enough. He also argued that had resided near Burlington since the ordinance no. To regulating the Speed of motor vehicles had never new York jewelry firm is robbed of valuable jewels by Safe robbers. J been legally passed As there was no i entry of this in the clerk s books. The j Only entry showed ordinance no. 71 i and or. Mccoid claimed that upon these grounds alone the ordinance was bad. The City solicitor sought to show a that the ordinance in question had a been properly published and argued four safes in the jewelry concern of that a Mere clerical error would not messes Rosenberg and Daniels of this invalidate the ordinance. The mayor i City were today blown open and $25, took this View of the matter Anil Over-000 of jewels stolen. The robbers ruled the demurrer the trial was made Good their escape. Then proceeded with. Leslie Mcguire a who it is understood is a special offi Oer detailed for the purpose of running Downs it elders was the complaining witness and claimed that the defendant was coming Down the Hill near Block 400 on East Monroe Street yesterday and covered the length of the Block in thirteen seconds. The evidence was not considered convincing by the mayor and he accordingly found Jar. Mccoid not guilty. A husband predeceased her three years ago funeral Sev vices on saturday next. Blues defeat ire reds another close and interesting game in the Twilight league last evening. Score was three to 0 a Good games the reds Are now in the Lead with the blues a close second Good Ball was played. Another close and interesting game was played in the Twilight league last evening Between the blues and the reds. Victory rested with the former by a score of three to nothing. This lands the blues close up to the reds who Are leading the race for the Pennant. The line up was As follows reds. Caris 2b mailman c Mickey p Taft is Curtis 3b Rugg. Of Green la Loving of Roc key if blues. Daniels 2b , 3b Melcher is Stuber of Whigham c Johnson if Russell la Wright of Walters p score by innings advertised letters. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Postoff Ioe at it. Pleasant la., july 15, 1913. Baxter Robert. Desgranges Rene 2 Drewer j. H. Gottscholl. Myrtle. Koge Chas. Raibel. Clarence. Schomers mrs. T. J. Stevens mrs. Roy. Van Sant Oscar. W. F. Kopp p. M. You can see new York City in a Day. The Green car automobile trips Uptown. Downtown. A seeing new York after dark a and the yacht trip around the City is the most perfect sight seeing service in the world. A lecturer with every party. Write for illustrated descriptive folder. Green car company. S. E. Cor. 23rd Street and Broadway new tory City. Mrs. W. C. Hunt the aged Mother of or. J. P. Hunt of this City passed away this morning at her Home 101 Woodlawn Avenue. Burlington la. At the Ripe old age of 92. The deceased lady was born near Skipton. England. On August 15. 1s21. In the Spring of 1s34 she came to this country with her father or Peter Smith settling on a farm near Burlington near where the Early Pioneer John Hunt had settled. She was married to or. Hunt on nov. 21, 1845 and they lived together for 00 years until or. Hunts death three years ago. About ten years ago the old couple sold the farm to or. C. E. Perkins and moved to Burlington to live with their eldest son or. W. A. Hunt. The deceased lady leaves to mourn the loss of a Loving Mother the following children or. W. A. Hunt of Burlington or. Francis b. Hunt of Burlington or. J. P. Hunt of this City or. C. C. Hunt of Canet Cuba and mrs. Mattie Jackson. Canet Cuba. The funeral services will be held at Burlington on saturday afternoon. I $ i prices Are Low. Fresh hamburger whole smoked hams smoked picnic Ham trimmed shoulders Only 15c per Pound phone 91 r. Brown amp co. Gus Thomas amp co. Shoe i shining i parlor hangs himself in barn. Lee county Farmer commits suicide on tuesday morning last. Or. Jacob Haffner whose mind has been affected for several years hangs himself to Rafter in the barn. Hats cleaned and blocked Sui s cleaned and pressed. Shoes repaired 75c reds .0 0 0 0 0�?0 blues. 0 2 1 0 0�?3 hits reds. Taft. Blues Wright Whigham and Melcher. Stuber 2 base. Standing of clubs. Reds .9 5 .643 blues. 10 6 .635 Grays .7 8 .470 free Eye clinic i wish to announce that i have arranged with or. Fred c. Lagrange specialist author of the Lagrange system of refraction to give me a Post graduate course of instruction in optics. Or. Lagrange will be at my store thursday Friday and saturday july 24th, 25th and 26th, for the purpose of demonstrating his methods. He will examine and advise free of charge All Eye cases presenting themselves on the above dates. Or. Lagrange is a National authority on optics and i earnestly advise All who have trouble with their eyes Wentner the trouble is seeing or Eye Strain to come to my store on one of the above dates and Avail themselves of the Opportunity to consult this specialist. Examinations Are free and glasses ordered Only for those who wish them. V. D. Morris jeweler and optician Donnellson la., july 15.�?mr. Jacob Haffner living two and one half Miles North of town committed suicide this morning Between 8 and 10 o clock by hanging himself to a Rafter in the barn. Or. Haffner s mind has been affected at times for several years but his son and two daughters have taken the Best of care of him and no one expected him to harm himself or anyone else. About two weeks ago he was called to Page neb., to attend the funeral of his brother John Haffner. He stood the trip quite Well and had been in about his usual physical health. He helped his son stack wheat yesterday and seemed As Well As usual this morning. He helped to do the chores and got the team ready to go to the Field. The son Peter Haffner had gone to the Field and i expected his father to come to help with some Hay. As the father did not go to the Field by about 10 o clock Peter went to look for him and found him hanging in the barn. A physician was called and responded at once but his visit was too late. Coroner Korschgen of Keokuk went and viewed the remains and stated that an inquest was unnecessary. The time has not been set for the funeral services. Or. Haffner was sixty eight years old. And he leaves two sons two daughters one brother Anil Many other relatives and friends to mourn his departure. $ Soled and heeled sewed 8 90c Soled and heeled nailed 75c at the George f Assas old stand in the Grau building North main Street. To h Fiji Nair 1 americas Bankers association travel Erst cheques the merchants woo advertise in the evening news All deserve your Patron age when travelling abroad or at Home carry a a. B. cheques. Cash them anywhere. Hotel people railways and steamship lines All Over the world know they Are Good and your signature identifies you. Most of the principal shops accept them Call or Vite us for Booklet and full information. National state Bank it. Pleasant Iowa

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