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10 MASON CITY qLOBti-GAZK'ITK TVTT TS~\ fT^T TTT7V T^v s^Â» ^v -.-L _ , ^ : ~ ~ ~~ - ~ - - - - ' - :- Â· ._, TWO-THIRDS OF^COUNTIES PI^SrWEED^ON EDUCATION WORK * -- -- MARCH 21 1931 IMPORTANT PART Farm Bureaus, Supervisors Join in Eradication Activities, 21.-More than a of the counties of Iowa are planning; some definite program of weed control und Â· eradication tnfs year,' according to R. H. Porter, extension plant pathologist at Iowa State college. ! These programs vary from edu- .cational programs concerning Â· weed identification and control to active work on the part of the farm tureaus, the county supervisors and the -weed commissioners to Induce farmers to control noxious weeds One or two counties are providing- spray machines for farmers and many are conducting demonstra- . tions on weed eradication. In 193D. farmers in 694 townships in 67 counties did some weed con- trot work. Enough sodium chlorate was used in 1930, according to county agents' . reports, to spray more than 2,650 acres ot .weeds with two treatments.. A total of '663,486 pounda -Â·were used in 68 counties. Will.Open Branch Station. ^ Commencement Plans Made at Thompson; 27 to Be Graduated THOMPSON, March 21.--The annual commencement week of 'the Thompson high school will be held the last week of'May of this'year. A class of 27 expects to be graduated fron) the high school. They are: Leone Ashpole, Ida Asmus, Olga ColtvÂ«t, Vera-Frowick, Agnes Hestness, LUlie Ingebrstson, Anna Johnson, Julii ' Johnson, Maxine Kingsbury, Joy Lenning, Agnes Lund, Beulah Lund, Harborg Peterson, Lizzie Rierson, Esther.Skarp- ness, Wayne .AJquist, Gerald Austin, Irwin Erickson, Maurice Fisher, Henry Gardalen, Ellsworth Isaacs, Harold Juhl, Joseph Lockrem, Clarence Sandell, Bernard Shroeder, Emmet Thorland and Stephen Waite, the officers of the class are: Joy Lcnhing, president; Olga Coltvet, vice president; Maxine Kingsbury; secretary, and Agnes Lund, treasurer. PROGRAMS r^ULrKAMb HE RE AND Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and* MinnesotI Goes to Ixj Roy. RUDD^-Jack Utter went to Le LUTHER CHORUS TO MAKE TOUR Plans for Trips From June 3 to 21 Announced by Men in Charge. DECOR AH, ". March 21 ^-u A FOREST CITY, March- 21. The Farmers' Co-Operative Oil company is engaged in improving its filling station property in Forest : City. The . ,,_, . ^K lot is-being landscaped and will be tour of the Luther seeded -to grass and flowers. The extending company plans to op?n a branch sta- and visitine- """ Â°~ Thompson . some; -time this 1 I A .Moe and Director Nickel. ' A. nobody is a man who would'get tour comes June 21 when the K rouo 99 years for doing what a some- will sing in conjunction with th bnriv rinpt^^Wic/,Â«Â«oiÂ« c-*^Â«._ Â» Â«T.Â«^.I _ ..Â» . j""u^Â»uya wiia en body nnl. .--Wisconsin State Jour- feel Always Stiff and Achy? Kidney Disorders Are Too Serious to Ignore.. ;Are.you troubled widbacfci. chc, bladder irritations and getting up at night? Then don't' take chances! Help your kidneys at the first sign of disorder. VscDoan'sPiUs. Successful for more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users. 'Get DOOM'S today. Sold everywhere. Doeo\'s 'ills ABfllBETK fOK TffiKlDNEVSi Theodore The . culmination of the group "Â»e in uuujuncuon with choral union convention choir a Chicago on the program of Â· th i T "I? International Young -people' ^(Luther League and Choral union convention. June 11 will find the chorus on the official program o the convention of Southern Minne sota district of the Norwegian Lutheran church of America to be held at Mankato, Minn. Other concerts 6n the tour are to be given at Milwaukee, Manitowdc Green Bay and Fidgeon. Falls, Wis The itinerary has not been complet- .ed.but will undoubtedly*include several concerts in Southern Minnesota. Other appearances are being arranged for week-end trips previous to the beginning of the tour at. Highland Prairie and Lanesboro Minn., and also at La Crosse, WIs., where-attempts are being made'to arrange a concert for May 29 during the eastern : district convention , there, i . Â·;:; The chorus will travel by ! bus this year the same as last year and may have approximately the same number of voices." The exact personnel has not yet been picked but it is thot that there will be 58 voices chosen from a present chorus of more than 80. Roy. Away Two Weeks. STILSON--Mrs. L. Callison has returned from a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs.-E. R. Jeffords and family at Lake Mills. ' ' Goes to Fort Dodge. GOODELL--Mrs. Cora M. Lamer went to Ft Dodge to get her brother, Ray Denis, who has been staying with his niece, Mrs. George Gosnell a few days. ' Improves at Hospital.-- Â· ' FLOYD--Wilda Ballard, a junior in the Floyd high school, who has been critically ill following an operation, is slowly improving at the Cedar Valley hospital. . . Â· Arrive on Honeymoon: GOODEL/L--Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Iverson Â· of Lealand, 711., arrived here to spend their honeymoon with Miss Mamje White. Mrs.' Iverson wsfs formerly Miss Marjorie Grover of Goodell. . Given Farewell Party. LATEMER--The Latimer Park society gave a ' farewell surprise party.in honor of Mrs. Carl Wolfe who left with her husband Friday morning for their new location at Klemme. Â· Â· Â· v ^Graduated From Course. MARBLE ROCK--Miss Beatrioe Thieman, daughter of Mr.'-and Mrs. Ernest Thieman, was graduated from the Gates Business college at Waterloo, Thursday. Legion Auxiliary Meets. .CALMAR--The American Lesion auxiliary met at. the home of Mrs. H, Wessleman Wednesday evening. YOUR I,OWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State ,.Â¥011 Are' Proud to Call Your 'Ownr Iowa has a school population in the common, grade arid high schools equal to one-third, of the total population of the state. , .-:.- . - Â· Lutheran Aid Entertained. CALMAR--The Lutheran Ladles Aid ^society was entertained at the church assembly room by Mrsy Theodore Johnson, Mrs.-E. Hackett and Mrs. L.'Wagnsness. - Â·- - Â· Visits With Daughter. Â·"' IONIA--Mrs. L. j; Hildinan is at Emmetsburg visiting her daughter,' Mrs. Lambert Limmer. . : - . ' * Visit 'Volga City Â· - ' Â· NORA SPRINGS--Mr ;and Mrs. J. W. Wy'att . visited^ th.e Â· Henry City, Whitford home . at Volga Thursday and Friday. Goes to Chicago LATIMER--Thomas Jesson, companied S. Kibsgaard -to Chicago with poultry. Program Is Given Arrive From,Ames, Â· ALGONA--Lewis Fergiison, Paul and Eugene_ Hutchins and Hoyt Raney arrived home Friday from Ames to spend their spring vacation with-their parents. ' , On iWay to Washington. ^MAR3LE; r :,ROCK--Mrs. Maude Heft Dawson' and children visited Lee. Lamb.while enroute to Washington, where her husband, Charles Dawson, has a cate. .' - ' Many: Attend Sale. ..FERTILE--The community street ^aje, brot Â«, large crowd to Fertile .Thursday. A-free dinner waa 'served Â· - , " Visits With Parents. FLOYD--Vanita. Schmidt, a student at Iowa, .State college, Ames came home for.a-visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schmidt. . i Are Closing Business MARBLE ROGK--Messrs.-ConanL and King are closing out their stock of merchandise at auction;: After April 1 the building they occupy will be occupied by Moore Brothers general merchandise. Is- Critically HI. DUMONT--L. P. Rollins, who CO-OP SHIPPERS MEETATFENION Kossuth Group Talks of Best Time and Place for Selling Hogs. PENTON, March 2J._More effec- ,tlve selection of the time and place oÂ£ sale of hogs of each weight and quality was discussed by the Kossuth county co-operative shippers at their spring meeting Thursday. Advantages of .regional or district selling agencies in such a merchandising program were considered. Meth- ;0ds ; of, developing better membership relations were studied. Officers .d.managers of local associations ..were well represented with 40 attending. * Â· ' , . Â· . Â·In. keeping with an established custom of. entertainment of the county organization b y - a local association, the Fenton co-operative acted as host serving a dinner at noon. Â· ' Â· *Â· ' Ari-address of .welcome was given by Jacob Hengel, .president of the was taken to the Lutheran hospital Hampton, is critically ill with They sewed carpet rags to be sen to, the disabled vets at Knoxviile. Two at Ionia 111. T,V 10NIA ~ The home ' of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brown is under quar antme for smallpox. Their daugh ter, Mercedes, has it in a light form The home of W. P. Conley north of J.oma is also quarantined. His daughter, Gertrude, hasjmmllpox. .Returns to Marble Rock. MARBLE ROCK, March 21.-S rg Â£ : * alley; who has pendmg, the Winter .with her daughter, Mrs. Esther Bailey Cur- larp-p triirVlnirl nf " u "ampcon. is critically ill with large truckload of t double - pneumonla Bowing an at) tack of .flu. , ' tjeavo for Washington. son and son, Burton, and daughter, Genevieve, who have- Been making an extended visit in the Georga entertained by the hostesses, Mrs. Alfred Lekwa and Mrs. Bennet Shiley at the hotel at a luncheon Den Moines was home Saturday. Go to Funeral. vin Ditsworth Je7t TrTurtSy M for .rose, S; Dak., to attend the fu- ueraj of a relative of Mrs Dita- worth. ' ' Come From Fonda. IdS OOD E LL -Miss Louise Ahren- Â«'ei, teacher from Fonda is hprp to,spend.;the Easter .v^r"-- - 'Â· . Reports of Cost of Patients.. DES MOINES, March 21; UP-Care of 1,500 indigent patients at the; University of Iowa- hospital in February cost $68,970.58, State Auditor J. W. Long reported today. Expenses for room and board were 545,419.50, for special fees, $11,142.70 and for transportation $12,408.38. TEACHERS . . .WELCOME to Mason City and the LINCOLN CAFE Wejnost cordially invite you to come to the Lincoln for food enjoyment. You'll like it here . . . the Luncheons arid Dinners viu appeal. Fresh salads, !ce cream treats, pastries of wonderful quality and goodness. , ' Breakfasts served .' . . order just what you like. Juicy steaks WE HOrE TOTJ'LL COJIE OVER TODAY Lincoln Sandwich Shop and Cafe 16-18 SECOND STREET NORTHEAST A D D R E S S O F D I S T I N C T I O N " Â· From Krester. Mrs. George Kyseth of Clarion gave an entertaining progiam of readings and one-act plays. Student Viiiits Parents CORWITH--Miss Lois Scace, student at the Iowa State college, i spending a few; days' vacation a the home of her parents, Mrl am Mrs.. F.ay Scace. Attends Muscatine Meeting FREDERICKSBURG--Mrs. Pau Morf left Friday for Muscatine where she attended a state meeting of the Baptist worldwide guild. Goes to Chicago. BURT--Mrs. J. W. Dorrance left last evening for Chicago, where stie will, spend several "days with her sister, Mrs. Sid Barteau. Are Parents of Son . WESLEY--A boy, William Patrick, was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, St. 'Patrick's day. There are four other children in the fam- "y- Returns to Elgin. CHAPIN--Will Dittmann returned, to his home at. Elgin, HI., Are Latimer Guests. and . . guests of ~" Â· ojju Jiirs. Jacob Schreuder Arrives From St. Louis. ^CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. M Owens of, SÂ£ Louis arrived Thurs- Your Hotel Address ~ Reflects Your Business THB universal acceptance of THE DB AKK as the stopping place for travelers of note lends added prestige to the mission of the ('business, traveler who gives this as , his Chicago address. Service standards of, the highest order relieve you of detail and provide, with finer quarters and foods '. . . many unusual accommodations to expedite your business. On request, special quarters for large or s m a l l conferences are gladly placed at the disposal of -the guest, without extra charge. Room rates iefi\ of $5 per day. HOTEL. CHICAGO Â·Â·'" No Election Scheduled. IONIA--Ionia has no city election this year. Next year is the year for town officers election. Visits With Parents. MARBLE R'OCK--Elmer Kvammen of Chicago who spent a few Says with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, went to Decorah to see.-his parents, the Rev and Mrs-.Kvammen, before returning home. Leave on Trip. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droessler and Mrs. Droessler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner of Whitte'more, left' Wednesday to spend two weeks with relatives at Dubuque and Chicago. ' Â· Cornea From Minneapolis. OSAGE--Dean Torney arrived Friday from Minneapolis to spend his 10 days' vacation from his studies at University of Minnesota with his mother. . Is Hostess to Club. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Amel-a Lohr entertained the Frisc\lla club Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Con Apel. HI With Scarlet Fever. OTRANTO--The H. Rowland home is under quarantine as Hobort io quite ill. with scarlet fever. Daughter Is Born, i . Â·' CORWETH--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers are the parents of a girl born Friday morning. Returns From Sterling. WESLEY---Charles Ekman re-turned from Sterling, 111., where he has been the past three weeks helping the Ernest Bauer family get settled on a farm. The Bauers formerly, lived here. Program Is Presented. WESLEY--The Wesley township Farm Bureau held a meeting at the Fommer schoolhouse Thursday night. A program' Including the dii- cussjiqn of "Better Seeds" and several numbers given by the scnool children were 'enjoyed. : Returns to Ilcnville. PLYMOUTH^-Jpe Navratle, who came here to attend the funeral of his niece,, returned to his home in Renville, Minn., Thursday. Ill With Influenza. Â·PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Hannah Rus sel and Mrs. Rebecca .Goldthorp arc ill-with'influenza. Come From Chicago. FREDERICKSBURG--Mr. a n o Mrs. James Richardson, Mrs. Earl Sates and Mrs. Jennie Parks of Chicago, attended the funeral of heir brother, George W. RicharcJ- ;on, held Thursday r afternoon, in the Methodist church. Brother Is 111. SWALEDALB -- Mi'S. Nettie Parkinson of Cameron, Wis., is here Her brother, John Mann, is quite ill. . , ., Friday -after a visit at the Charles Kammrad home east of toVn. Invitations Announce Shower. OTRANT6r-InvitaUbnsiare out fpi/a' shower : iil'-honor of Mr/ arid Mrs. Harvey.; Prierttnat the parental F. J. Priem home Saturday evening. Returns to-Nebraska. PLYMOUTH--Henry Lantz of Hastings, t Nabr., former resident, who attended the funeral of his brother, A. Lantz, left Friday for his home, i Constitution Is Accepted. RUDD--Ten members of the young married folks class -met at the Dr. Cords home Thursday evening for a social evening. They votod to accept the constitution and bylaws. ... . Â· W. C. T. TJ. Holds Meeting. CRESCO--The monthly meeting of the Cresco Woman's Christian Temperance Union was heia Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Addie Harlan. , Â· Buys Homo at. Burt. BURT--Mike:Baer purchased the house which has 'been occupied by the John Briggs family. The 'house formerly belonged to Henry, Kircher of Eagle Grove, Given Surprise Party. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pool entertained a group of friends at dinner. Mrs. George Benz was given a surprise birthday, party at her home'east of town by'about 40 friends. Men Servo Supper ' KIESTER, Minn.--The married men of the Immanual Lutheran church served supper Friday night in the basement of the church. Corwith Teacher HI. Â·CORWITH--Miss Evelyn Smith, fifth grade teacher, was absent from her school duties several days on account of illness. Mr. Burdette Beers substituted for her. *"Â· Â· - Daughter Is Born, i BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann are the parents of a daughter, Given Marlys, -born 'Thursday at their home near Burt Children's Night Observed. BURT--Burt Rebekah lodge observed children's night after the regular business meeting Thursdav evening. A program was Â· giVen chiefly by. the children and youn" persona. . . Surprised on Birthday. OSAGE--Relatives surprised Mrs John McNuIty with,a delightful party in honor of her sixty-sixth birthday Friday noon. Twenty-five participated in the family dinner. Her uncle, Gus Lindy of Riceville, her brother, Albert Fesenmeyer of St Paul, her sister-in-law, Mrs.- Anna Fesenmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Me. Nulty, and an aunt, Mrs. Mary J. .Thompson of Des Moines beside the relatives nearer by came fdr the occasion. Dawson home left Friday for Washington where Mr. Dawson who has neen there for some time has purchased a .business and the family will locate -there. Cares for Sick Person. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Rosco Patton has gone to Mason City to take care of Mrs. D. H. Vankirk, who had a stroke.) Circle Is Entertained. LATIMER--The serving circle was entertained at Mrs. John Hicks- residence, with Miss Nellie Miles, iostess. ' " , ' Student Comes Home. IONIA--Dale Parrish came homo Saturday for a week's vacation. He s attending- the state university in Minneapolis. s ' ConÂ«^FrDm Ames. ALGONA--Miss Marlon McMalon came Friday from Ames to pend her spring vacation with her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mc- Hahbn. She was' accompanied by two sorority sisters as her guests Doris-- McKnight, Enos, Okla., and Florence Catlin, Albavs, Vt. Fentori co-operative livestock pers. J. E. Harner of Swea ship- City. county chairman, presided. Knuto Es'pe,, secretary of the state shippers association, assisted in the program RITESlHTOR MRS,OLA HANSON Winnebago County Pioneer Buried at Forest City; Had 7 Children. FOREST CITY, March 21.--Funeral .services for Mrs. Ola Hanson were held at the First Baptist church in Forest City yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Hanson was an old settler in this county, coming to this county from 'Sweden 47 years ago. She is survived by seven children and six grandchildren. Her husband proceeded her.in death several Suspend Iowa State Men for Road House Party in Des Moines -AMES, March 20. UP)--Four'Iowa State college students, including Jack Roadcap, captain-%lect of the basketball team, have been suspended from school and a fifth has been placed on probation for drinking, a statement by President R. M Hughes revealed Thursday. Suspension is for the spring quarter only and will not affect the eligibility of Roadcap. The other men suspended were Jack Beyer of Des Moines and Harvey Engeldinger of Ames. One girl, whose name was not made public, also was suspended. Another girl was placed on 'probation. ' College authorities said the disciplinary measure was the result of a party at a roadhouse near Des Moines March 7. years. To Meet at Stilson. STILSON--The S. S. institute in Hancock county *ill meet Wednes- '-Â·Â· '""'- ' ' -- B; Ladles .d.ay ? ( at 'Stilson: --.The' U." Aid has been asked r tb ' ' serve-the Â· V I , Mrs. ' ""Assist at Meetings. GOODELL--The Rev. and ,,. William ,Bainbridge returned to Bristow Thursday afternoon to assist with special meetings. The Rev Mr. Bainbridge was called home to officiate at the Arthur Bachman funeral. BREMER COURT- OPENS MONDAY 2 Damage Cases Are Listed for Trial; Kepler to Be Judge. WAVERLY, March 21.--Trial no- .tic.es for 14 cases have been filed fprjthe; Marcb.;;tentt: of /district cour! Which opens Monday ; wltH'Jiidge M. ; H: Kepler:jf'Wbrthwotfa^ presiding. The case of R. E. McGraw vs. C. R. Farnham for damages received in an auto accident, and tha suit of Emilie Brandenburg vs. Marie R and Homer Hursh for damages in connection with infringement of real Â· u*. mportanf important. C, H, GROWELL, ROCKFORD, DIES Served as Mayor Six Years and Held Memberships in Many Lodges: ROCKFORD, March 2l!--Clar ence H. Crowell, 62, former mayo and life long resident of this com munity, who was ill for some tim and was taken to a Mason City hos pital,,March 5, died there Thursday afternoon. Mr. Crowell was born in Ulster township April 9, 1868. On June 11, 1902, he was united in marriage to Mae Bruce of Rock ford who with one daughter, Mrs Blanche Abbott of G'iendive, Mont. survive him. He..waa active in civi and lodge circles, having served as mayor of Rockforfl for 6 years and being affiliated with Sirius lodge A.' F. and A. M., Mt. Zion chap ter, Royal Arch Masons, Council of Royal and Select Masters at Waterloo, Fidelity Chapter, O. E. S. Knights of Pythias and the Modern Woodmen of America lodges Funeral services were arranged al the Methodist church in charge of the Rev. C. E. Luce, pastor, with burial in charge of the Masonic lodge in Riverside cemetery.-He is also survived by his mother, brothers, Clyde A. and Clifford J., sisters, Mrs. Dora L. Church and Mrs Ida M^ Fisher. PASTOR IS DEAD ATFORESTCin Funeral Rites lor the Rev ( _ E. G. Olson Arranged for Sunday. FOREST CITY, March 21.--Funeral services will bo held Sundaj for the Rev. E. G. Olson a't the Ad ventist church in Forest City a t - 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The Rev Mr. Olson was more than than 7 years of age at the time of hi) death and is survived by Ilia widow and three children. One child preceded him in death. C r You Pay No More for an Roughneck Service on Bureau Program WAVERLY, March 21.-- Service a Ja, : rbughnecjc.waa the order- of tiie ' ' ' 'a' 'arnr x held in Suniner township; near Clarksville, when the ; men served as hosts to a group of 60 persons. Shingles were used for trays, a gasoline can served as the coffee pot, funny papers were used . for nap- kina and battered tin cups were The meeting '.was Eichhorn i i^ii jxiua tuau uEiLLe most used for coffee at ths A V If you're limited in your budget, select an Ekcomoor--the one coat that meets all needs and looks ematt everyivhcre. You pay no more--but values are greater. Finer tailoring. Pure wool fabric* trained to shed dust, wrinkles and moisture. And styles so dis- Â·tinctive as to be outstanding. Invest in an Ekcomoor this season -A Greater Value -- Longer Wear The MERKEL CO. Teachers College Will , Name Council Members CEDAR' FALLS, March 21.--Students at the Iowa State Teacherp college will go .to the polls Tuesday in . the first general election ever held at the state school to select members of the student council, general governing body of campus activities, and to choose member; of the board of control of student publications..Gerald Baxter, Cedar Falls, president of the council, will be in charge of the election. ME THMFTY-BITT QVAUTT Â· A BIG SIX. Â»rieÂ«d Bke Â« fora- 'A POWEMTII. KIGHT . . . . A BBIUJANT KNIGHT . . . . 9 NEW WtEXXS TRttCKS . . . than any other ear at the price Â·The new Willys Six is the fastest and most powerful car you can buy at such a low price . . . It also excels afl competilive cars in pick-up and hifl rfhnrmig... You must put the Willys Sis through its paces before yon can fully appreciate what remarkable performance capabilities have been brought to the low-priced field. W I L L Y S Â·H *495 Retail Salesmen Wanted. Dealers Wanted in Open Territory HATHORN AUTO COMPANY Mason City Â»'i h WHlrs-Knlght . (is; t. Â«SS8 S9s to ims loss to 119S . . . J9S AD price* f . o. b. Toledo S A F E T Y G L A S S A L L W I N D O W S S L I G H T E X T - R A C O S T 109-11 First St. S. E. Alcona--Algoim Motor Sales ArmntronK-^IJaoH I', \viufi Ayrshire--Olio .Tnhnion Belmoijd--Charlcn 3. .lohnÂ«on nuf/alo Center--Bob IMtJand Corwith--Armand Tohh Chnrtr., city--Bd MaltfBon -mnoa---Carmlehne] .Motor Co. Distributor Cltar take--Overland"Mn*nn Co. Crystal I4ihe--Iveraon and Andenon IowÂ«--Saterlcn Carece KaKti Ornve--Eluworth Molor Salej Co. Ktttierviuc--nenson Sfotor Co. Oalt--,lnhn Paulson Faulkner--Faulkner Motor Co. Forrat Clly--R. o. Whltlei Floyd--Floyd Motor Servian Giinicr--Whippet Scrvicn station Hampton--VVIIIard Battery Station Hansel!--J. B. Rnnclall Kanawha--II. II. Rlckcni Jjillmer--K. O. T-cmlio I.aveme--l.uvcroo Auto Â£ Machine Co BlarnlB Rock--Marble Botk 5araei Olranto--Otranto Oarage Rockrord--o. M. Aurand RlrcilIIn--B. Masher JZudd--/Immfir Aata Co Swea City--V. A. C.rHfllli Tllonka--Falk Molor Co. ' WalUngrord--Cundernon Motor Co.