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Mount Pleasant Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1913, Mount Pleasant, Iowa
Mid summer clearance Sale for the next thirty Days we will puce on Sale 500 pairs mens women a oxfords Many of oui regular lines included in this Sale. An Opportunity you cannot afford to miss. Sale now going on and will continue for 30 Days j. M. Burd shoe co. White front East Side. It. Pleasant Iowa have you tried our repair Feilice want aps one half cent a word each insertion. No ads. Taken for less than ten cents. Special $1.00 shirt value 69c $1.50 shirt value $1.10 r. Eshelman amp sons. For Sale open buggy and a Surry. J. H. Mills. 7-15-da 4t-p wanted a Cook at Allender restaurant. 7-3-da of Cix St stick pin in shape of question Mark contains unpolished Pearl and Diamond. Lost on or near Square. Finder kindly return to news office. Notice wanted waitresses for hotel Burlington Burlington Iowa. $25 per month with table Board. 6-27 Dalmo a lost the evening of the fourth a boys Blue Serge Norfolk boat Between new in Mon and it. Pleasant. Finder kindly notify news office. 7-5-da of wkly of a from $200 to $300 wanted to develop Well established business in the City. The proper party can make at least 25% upon his investment. This is a Gilt edged local proposition and unless you mean business you need waste no time in answering. Box 231 mount pleasant Post office. 7-15-da 3t-c Iowa weather forecast. Chicago 111., july 17.�? special to the news a local showers this afternoon or tonight slightly cooler Friday fair Light to moderate winds. Local items a Ely amp son. Phone 71.�?adv. 4. H. Jericho a co. For pure drugs. Home grown tomatoes at War Hurst a. Miss Anna Poucher of Aurora is vis iting friends Here. Cantaloupes and watermelons at Warhurst a. Or. And mrs. Fred Crane Are spending a vacation in Colorado Springs. Sleepy Eye flour. Try a sack. Warhurst phone 39. Or. O. M. Drummond is enjoying a couple of weeks vacation in Montana. Miss Ruth Willits will leave on monday next for a visit with relatives in j Kansas. Or. Arthur Huey and daughter of Danville Are visiting in the City Good Wisconsin cheese at c. Warhurst a. Phone 39. Or. W. T. Morgan the piano tuner of Burlington was in the City yesterday. Cabbage , roasting a s. C�-1 cumbers and onions at Warhurst a or. And mrs. Rolan Hobbs Are camping out at websters. Near the Pickard farm. Western Queen flour at Walter shepps. Phone 199. J miss Lute Caldwell has returned from an Over sunday visit w Ith her sister at Milton. J there is no Way better than Smith s and none cheaper. Phone 2300. I regular meeting of the w. R. C., Friday evening at 8 00 of clock. Important business. Roasting ears 15 cents per dozen at Walter shepps grocery. Phone 199. Mrs. Arthur Ross and children of Bloomington 111., Are visiting in the City with mrs. Huey. Bananas oranges and Lemons at Walter shepps grocery. Phone 199. New Honey at Warhurst s. For your convenience ask us to make you a portable Hammock Frame. Glattly Ottmars amp Ayers. Get your Bill Heads letter Heads envelopes and statements at the news. Or. E. English the contractor at the new court House returned to his Home in Champaign 111., yesterday. If you want a Cement Flower vase of artistic style and color phone Smith 2300. If you want to keep your floors in Good shape use an Oil of gladness mop. They Are sold by Van Cise amp co. Beets cabbage Beans cucumbers and Home grown tomatoes at Walter Sheppy s. Phone 199. Miss Callie Melcher is entertaining a Large number of ladies at a recep j Tion in Honor of mrs. Melcher of Tacoma Washington. Word has been received Here of the birth of a daughter to or. And mrs. Al. Nelson of York neb. The Mother was formerly miss Rose Hoover of this City. Or. Carlson the grocer on the South Side of the Square is making a strenuous Effort to keep the flies outside h 4 place of business. Yesterday he had a wire trap outside and for curiosity to s morning weighed the flies caught therein. He found they w weighed 2% pounds. There will be a called meeting of Crystal Rebekah in it de no. 45 at i. O. O. F. Hall on thursday evening. July 17 at 8 30 Sharp to hear report of committee appointed to Purchase electric fans for the Lodge room also the committee requests the trustees of Henry and Mystic lodges to be present. By order of m. E. Patton n. Grand. Special $1.60 Union suits $1.10 $1.00 and $1.25 Union suits 75c 50c Union suits 39c 50c under shirts 39c 50c drawers 39c 25c under shirts 19c 25c drawers �19c r Eshelman amp sons. Special 50c ties 35c 25c ties. 19c r. Eshelman amp sons. If you Snow of by happenings which will interest he readers of this paper phone them to us. Phone 1019. Mrs. E. M. Wickersham who has been spending the Winter with relatives in Chicago returned to her Home Here yesterday. She was accompanied by her sister mrs Stella Cook who will visit a few a its with her. Mrs. Wickersham was quite unwell when in Chicago but her Many friends will be glad to learn that she is now in perfect health. We received yesterday a copy of the Canton daily Ledger a special Chautauqua and Midsummer edition of Twenty four pages published at Canton. 111., a City of fifteen thousand inhabitants. The managing editor is or Leon g. There will be u band concert in the Park tonight. Hannus Lemons cantaloupes and fresh vegetables at h. A. Duncan a. Or. W. F. Kopp has returned from a trip in the West. Bananas oranges and Lemons at Carlson a grocery. Or. J. Snedaker of it. Ayr was a visitor Here yesterday. Or. F. M. Wadle of Des Moines was a visitor Here yesterday. All kinds of fresh vegetables at Carlson s grocery. Or. W. P. Nikon of Des Moines wus a visitor Here yesterday. Or. F. W. Sharp of Des Moines was a visitor Here yesterday. Or. Harry wind of new London was in the City yesterday. Or. Frank tin lesser of Iowa City was in the City yesterday. Suits pressed and cleaned for $1.90 at the City style shop Pant Stonum North main Street. Or. J. M. Mccormack of Burlington Willcox formerly Ity editor of the evening news. The proprietor of the was in the City yesterday Sheet is a Multi millionaire who resides or. H. A Edwards of Des Moines in California and or. Willcox has a was in the City yesterday working interest in the paper. Or. G. R. Jeffery of Primrose wus or. Harlan Cooper of Winfield was a recent visitor in the City a caller at the news today and wishes j get your summer suits at the City us to Correct an impression that he style shop. Has anything to do with the petition mrs. M. E. Routing of Davenport presented to the state auditor by the citizens of Winfield. When the petition was brought to the court House last saturday it was brought in by or. Shierts who engaged or. Cooper to drive him Over in his car. Was a visitor Here yesterday. Or. H. E. Mccaskell of Rock Island was a visitor Here yesterday. Or. A. Bennett of Des Moines was a visitor Here yesterday. Oxfords All styles and sics at the or. Cooper is taking no part in the City style shop. Movement at All. The Many friends of or. Vav. E. Steadman the Well known grocer on the North Side of the Square will regret to learn that he was tak i. O tit St. Fransis Hospital at Burlington today for an operation. Or. Steadman has been in indifferent health for the last two years but it was not until last evening that his condition was considered at All serious. He was accompanied to the Hospital by his wife and his son in Law or Fred Van Hon and his Many friends sincerely Hope for a speedy recovery. Special Best work shirts made 50c value 39c r. Eshelman amp sons. Or. And mrs. J. B. Mchose of i Lington were visitors Here yesterday or. And mrs. Harry Virden have returned from a vacation at the country club House. Or. And mrs. E. D. Arnold and sons Dean and Harold of Creston were visitors Here yesterday. Mrs. O. J. Kendig of Knoxville is visiting her daughter mrs. S. Rogers of a Washington Street. Suits dry cleaned and pressed to your satisfaction at the City style shop a natatorium. Or. Frank Price returned last evening from a business trip West looking after his farming interests. The regular meeting of the coterie will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 39 with mrs c. G. Gloe Cluer on s. J main Street. Def titty Wil _ close. The dentists of it. Pleasant will Cloae their offices from june 16 to september 15 Sach thursday after noon. Or. F. M id wards or. O. Jarre or. J. P. Hunt or 0. P Mckibben buy toss paint a cover More surface a get better results. and satisfaction combined in Mound c i v v j1qrse Sirij Quot it i c a i n t 1 he Quality of ii orse shoo paint assures satisfactory results. Made wholly of Zim lend dry conning matter Ned ground in strictly pure linseed Oi-1 he pc rect y balanced pal t f a y heart a a a a on Iory a Choo i c. T cover 1 Square feet of surface two Coats sometimes even r More y u Roqu re fewer a when Hunt is used and it Lime secure the Best r a Uii Tib Wcur and appearance. Sold by Clarence e. Smith have you left that list of piece at the music store people Are bringing and mailing lists every Day and we Are finding most of the pieces called for and in Good condition. Drop in and watch us work. The sorting is going merrily on. We want your string Trade. The music store North Side Square upholstering refinishing and repairing Roy c. Smith 117 North main Street a phone 360 Howe Bros 21 4-18 West w Wahington Street phone 303 Transfer. Storage feed barn and % new 10c feed Yard All under cover waiting rooms with All modern conveniences from now on until August 15 All weeds will have to be destroyed. This is provided by the terms of the new state Law which went into effect on july 4. Special Sale on or re Stock r. Eshelman amp sons $ 8.00 subs Sale Price.$4.75 10.00 suits Sale Price 6.50 12.50 suits Sale Price 8.00 15.00 suits Sale Price 10.50 18.00 suits Sale Price. 12.50 20.00 suits Sale Price.14.25 22.50 suits Sale Price.15.50 25.00 suits Sale Price. 17.25 All boys and children a suits same reduction in Price All new and up to Date suits think of these prices never before heard of in the state of Iowa less than anyone will sell you such merchandise. Done to you fail to get one of these suits special Sale on All furnishing goods. See display window r. Eshelman amp sons the store that saves you Money. East Side Square
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