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Mount Pleasant News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1941, Mount Pleasant, IowaTHE MT. PLEASANT NEWS ESTABLISHED 1872 BUT WHEN THERES A WAR, I KEEP S / BUT I'M NOT SCAPED MUCH NOW/CAU5E THERES A WISHING WAS ON LAND AGAIN/CAUSE ( IOT OF WAR5H1P5 GUARDIN' US, AN' THEY HAVE I'M TERRIBLE SCARED ALL THE TIME  pvGREATBIG GUNS ALL READY TO SHOOT ANV- THAT SOMEBODY WILL r^” rf f    I^LONE    who tries to harm us /1 SINK THE SHIP I'M ON-/    7ZFr~~^~    ~'*J The Home Daily Newspaper of Henry County, A. M. Patterson News Editor C. S. Rogers and L. K. Rogers Publishers    W.    K.    Rogers Business Manager Entered at the Postoffice In Mt. Pleasant, Iowa as second class matter under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Mt. Pleasant: Week 15c; 3 months, $150; 6 months, $3.00; I year, $6.00 By Mail: 3 months. $1 OO; 6 months. $2 00; I year, $4.00 International News Wire service King Feature Service NATIONAL €DITORIAL_ jfl/ILW-ASSOCIATIpNIi) ll    Jilun&t/u. GALER, GALER & GALER ATTORNEYS VI I YU lavation Wills - * I.slater Property I itlcs - Suits Calor Hidf.    'It.    IM* »sant, I den in large parts of Africa? iAnswers at end these notes.! I HE BY STANDER S NOTES Ask I s Another 46 In what language were the “Memoirs of Casanova’’ written? 47—who “came down like the wolf on the fold"? 48—What Is “hara-kiri"? 4§—what are naval stores? 50—Why do men. not horses or oxen, have to be used as beasts of bur- S. W. HUSTON, M. D STRAY SEAM Insurers to Ysk I s knottier French fhe Assyrians * from Byron's "The Destruction of Sennacherif Japanese method of suicide The term means “stomach-cutting Pitch, rosin and turpentine from pine trees Because of the tsetse fly which carries the animal variety of sleeping sic kness in those plac e s but not V Fill VU# V. D. MORRIS, Optometrist Spec ialist in \ non last Side    I    pstair HAROLD MCLERANI Awn R YiMrai Is of Title Owner of Max Kinneys Abstract Hooks Over BA H Cafe SIIIFLD-EXPFKT. II L. HOHMAN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, without charge, his • Hup- j lure Shields" rn Mt. Pleasant. Iowa, Braselton Hotel. Friday, Oct. ll. from ll. A. M. to 4 I*. ML Please come early Evenings h> appointment. I have been supplving my shields j to rupture sufferers in thL" territory for ten years and longer. I ha\e fitted thousands of cases in the United States during this time There are dozens of my sat is! ted customers right here in your community. CAUTION If neglected rupture may cause weakness, backache, nerv-. cusness. .stomach mid gas pains. Pea pie having Urge ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or mjectun treatments, are especially invited. “II you want it done righi. don’t experiment See Hoffman.” It unable to see me at thi- time address: HOK MASONIC TEMPLE Minneapolis, Minn. DR. HENRY TRAUT IM VI ISI Lamm s Barber Shop Phone UMI R. K. CRANE Funeral Director and Embalmer AMBULANT E Dac and Night Service I I NEB AL HOME W. H. BAINTER A l KIHM V AT I AW Officer Over the Br utero Fast Side Square the women, who. down at that citadel of all out trying to prove that ad- fliasses Scientifically I itted Modern I equipment F. B. Crane - B. D. Crane HITOMI TR I STS Mt. Pleasant Lumber Co. I HI BEM (ii I V! RV I HINO TO BI II I) A NYT HINO Mt. Plea ant [lone 142    Lambert    Fstle BURLINGTON ROUTE No.    West Bound 3 Denver,    daily ......... 7:09    a.    rn. 9 Chicago-Omaha ...... 4 23    p    rn 5 Lincoln    ..............11 47    a    rn No.    East Bound 178 Peoria Local ......... 1:55    p.    rn. 6 Chic ago .............. 2:44    p    rn. 8 Chic ago    ..............12 40    p.    rn BUS SCHEDULES East Bound Denver, Omaha Ar Chicago . 8:35 a rn Des Moines. Peoria. Chicago 11:05 a. rn. Des Moines Ar Peoria ..... 4 36 p rn. Omaha Ar Burlington ..... 8:55    p    rn Omaha Ar Chicago........ 10:00    p.    rn. We*t Bound Burlington. Des Moines. Omaha, Denver............. 8 IO a. m Burlington, Des Moines Ar Omaha .................. 10:45    a.    rn Galesburg. Des Moines ; Ar Omaha ................ 2:20    p.    rn Peoria Ar Des Moines ....    7:50    p.    m Chicago. Omaha Ar Denver 11:15 p rn PHHCO HWU-PRODUCER- change, rcco times longer of tone. INSURANCE SECURITY I ire, Lightning, Tornado. II.iii Automobile and Truck f idelity Bonds. HARRY MCGREW 30.7 V. Main - Phone 112 Red YO! PAV (INFY 31 £ % UNTIL JULY 1st, 1942 L. OSCAR CHALLMAN SF< Kl T AK Y-TRFASCHER Mt Pleasant DR. GEORGE W. SUTTON OESTEOPATHK’ PHYSICIAN Hernia - Varicose Veins Rectal Diseases Crane Building Off. 89 - PHONES - Res. 172 Red PHItCO 1008 Combinat ion cabinet i Jo lid to hew tut Interior I Bernhard B. Gloeckler, M. D OVER AAP STORK South Side Square Phones: Office 58; lies. 58'- Philco Home Recording Unit ahiilabU as optional equipment ut moderate extra cost, Seu Philco features make records tune as long; most lifelike tone ever achieved* Big T^ade-fn Allowance MT. PLEASANT Rendering Truck Service “As Near and Prompt As Your Telephone” No Horse    No Pig Too Large    Too Small CALL MT. PLEASANT 52 (Reverse Charges) MIDWEST RENDERING COMPANY State License No. 15 Bonaparte, Iowa F. M. EDWARDS EASY TERMS  L___---—— MCLERAN MUSIC STORE Second I* loor J. Stewart Jackson, M. D. William H. Megorden, M. D. PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Phone 109 Offices Over Crane’s Jewelry Store D. L. COOKES FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Day or Night New Chapel for Funerals PHONE 360 Bv PAUL ROBINSON ' ^ >. ^ •    U    *    p. REMEMBER MET.2 I'M THE GUY YOU MARRIED." NOW, IF YOU CAN TEAR, YOU/2SELF AWAN FROM THEM LIPSTICK LIZARDS —irraa W£,LL60 VI    ON GUf2 I y^-N ii HONEY-kclK h ’ \7! MOONE Morning Sui Rendering Works PLANT LICENSE 14 All Dead Animals Removed Promptly, with Hides On For Prompt Removal, Call Mount Pleaasnt, Phone 206 Reverse ail calls. E. 0. CONGROVE 500 N. Adams Mt. Pleasant HEY . ALL U I YOU COOR iES -V STAY AWAY \j I fQOM fi MY WIFE!rPAGE TWO    THE    NEWS,    MT.    PLEASANT.    HENRY    COUNTY,    IOWA    WEDNESDAY.    Ut

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