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Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1897, Eldora, Iowa I i V i i i i i Aiu i REPUBLICAN PAPER OP HARDIN LARGEST H i WOODWARD WOODWARD PHYSICIAN Mid Burgeon f v r Y Alto Burgeon JS omoe Ad north Ot W Wiener opera house cast OF THE agent write to 3d door to ELVIN Practices In courts Collections per law HUB receive In Ebam State A Practices In all courts a In ALBROOK collections promptly attend Office over Hardin County HUFF L AT In all courts In the Unor Residence over Post Kindness is nly an an instinct politeness Success is never blamed it that receives the stern is only When the church people vote as they ray things will not be as they Evans A man religion is o be but a Godless woman is a above all Every man wants an ideal but o man is willing to contract to be an deal husband to his Samuel Johnson The habit of look ng at the bright side of things is worth more than a thousand a Grabbe Woman sees deep man ees man the world is his teart to the woman the heart is her The best women are necessarily the most difficult to They are only o be not by the The best way to keep a secret is to The way most people keep due is to ask the neighbors to keep it for Half the time the poor man is his own worst He ready to become the dupe of some schemer who wants to make money out of Exchange If the country editor were to jump at all the great ing snaps held out he would soon be a 1C he ran a paper accord ing to popular notions he would soon be in the poor If he published half sent him he would be in jail half the time and in the hospital the other Consul General Lees report on the in Cuba shows up Weyler in a rather bad The insurgents have carried out their plan from the first almost to the letter and are steadily The stories of pacification sent out by Weyler are entirely false A Allow me to call attention to what seems to me a very important It is the impropriety of allow ing women to the Lords now generally called the sacra in all the It is only necessary to read the account of the institution of this sacred memorial by the founder of the Christain religion to see that only men were present on that It is not worth while Here to consider whether the omission of woman was intentional or only because according to the custom of age and the Master and His dis after engaging in public minis met in the upper chamber to par take of their last meal Suffice it for us to note the great evils that haye resulted from the presence of women at the Step by step since this pernicious practice was women have been leaving the seclusion proper for that What do we see Women teaching in Sunday and secular schools women forming societies under every sort of title to usurp the func tions of man and the work of the Do we not women acting as home and foreign missionaries for he spread of the gospel to every land and every creature As might have been these irrepressible apos tles of progress are now even attempt ing to become members of the as in some organizations they have in the What position will be left to preserve dignity and power of man if this thing goes on I protest against such perversion of the place of As a radical change is I we return to first principles and prevent woman from appearing at the sac ramental The misguided females sometimes misquote the Biblical male and female created He them and gave THEM and claim that it was the divine design that they should work together in every department of human It has been urged as men and were placed together EDUCATIONAL and the atrocities of the Spaniards are If the United I so they should jointly strive Local arid Items of Interest to and Educational This the present be devoted to school It will be filled with informa regard to school teachers and would be very much pleased would takei pains to send us reports of their both and special exer and will send to us any question we will en deavor to answer it through these and Lift The greatest gift we can receive is of a great need which will us rest till it is This uplifted and expanded desire for good is constantly fed by high and broad We must go forth to plant the game seed in and the responsive fullness of nature and of in and around our in said Man only happy and secure in this world when he is so be able to fill well that place in society to which he can legiti mately lay Miss of whom the Union school board engaged to teach the grammar had secured a position and did not accept the place The will no doubt hite another some in the near What about Many things could lie said about but the prin cipal question how often do you have them V In many schools they are held only at the close of the and at the most not oftener than once a Each days lesson should con sist of a review of what the pupil has passed over as well as the advanced Specially should the lesson of the previous day be Pupils should understand that the review is an essential part of each days It is well to make Friday of each week a special day for the review of the weeks At flird day was cele recently in some of the city Witter visited several IOWA GRP HAVING Obtained control of the elevator at the Iowa Central we pared at all times to pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE For your We sell slack and soft Will pay you Cents for your VI gar Davis Company Call at Eleva tor or Rochester Plate Tea Coffee Tea Wash Come in and examine our Bicycles HIBBARD AND LADY Oilman When You Buy Furniture You want something that will last and look well as long as it You want to pay as little for it as The levelheaded American wants the very He wants jit at a low price he it if he comes We have many beautiful Whatever price you pay you will get something and we keep nothing NORTH SIDE SQU I t the Skin nach a OFFICE AT OF LOAN AGENT on real estate at reasonable Nuckolls Atlantic AND meetings ua Wednesday evening on or M te or Eliet nil moon every OF Ween ilar meetings In En Wednesday FK r IfC Three causes are leading to the de struction of bird life in this the wanton killing of birds by socalled sportsmen the use of dead parts thereof as ornaments on womens and the making of collections of nests and The first is the second is a reproach on woman hood and the third should be restricted to collections for public like the Smithsonian The human race would miss the birds if they were Keokuk Gate City The which the people of the United States pay to foreign countries for sugar every year ought to be kept at And it can be just as well as There is the best of evidence that the soil of this country will grow beets which could be manufactured into thus not only stooping an enormous drain upon our but also giving em ployment to American The beet sugar industry is full of promise for these United say that woman cross and earliest at the arid should therefore be entrusted to labor everywhere for her A way with such sophistry Let us not listen to it for an but go at once back to the fact that no women were present at the first It was a fatal mistake ever to admit them to Tours The proposition to elect some women as members of the vestry of Christ was recently made by Miss Laura At a meet ing of the the question was dis cussed and decided in the Many of the argument used by the opponents of woman for the vestry are the sams urged by the churchman above against the admission of women to the OBRA ir moating last WOODMEN OF THE mees second Monday W Molti I tanker ac FFl meet lay evening after meetings In The state of Iowa still has a floating although it is not a large and it will undoubtedly be easily taken care Iowa has no state debt in the sense in which that term usually is to a bonded debt or a liquidated amount running over a long period There are very few states in the union which are so fortunate in this respect as Its good fortune to good business management and honest and economical administra tion from the time it became a OP meetings In Saturday evc 8 Regular and of the worst features of Ameri can society is the increase in the tenant This is particularly true in So many people prefer to pay rent rather than go to the trouble of fitting up homes of their Its tendency is to leave the real estate in the hands of a few and destroy all love of home among the It is a custom that is to be deprecated as in to the community and un man ought to aspire to be the owner a be it ever so and that honie ought to be his The slovenly is readily by the fact that they are in the hands Only he who has a perma nent in a place will take keep Land building butr that with some owner of Granner and That ACkley Someone signing himself Republi can is using the columns of the Enter prise in an endeavor to show that Her man the nominee of Hardin county for is pledged to vote for an appropriation for the second bridge across the river at Iowa thus hoping to drive who are opposed to that bridge to vote with the for their nominee and thus defeat As a matter of we have grave doubts of the genuineness of the Republicanism of a man who use of the columns of the recognized organ of the Democratic party when there are at least nine Republican news papers in the any one of which would freely grant the socalled Re publican space for his communication believe that Republican is a subservient tool in the of the Democrats qf the working for the defeat of the Republican for and that he is simply using the bridge pledge accomplish this end We also Relieve the Republi cans of the county will look at the mat ter in the same way we and when day shall come will goto ihe votes to fi V Knowing the feeling of be lieve to large majority of the tax the county Granner If aud this feel Voting hnT j i mall The board of education at Sioux City has made a general reduction of teach ers salaries and there are more to fol The report made by the teachers committee was adopted and it is said that on the salaries of the principals of the various schools and the teachers of the high school a saving of more than be effected during the next school The reductions not but run from 5 to 20 per Heretofore some of the principals of the schools received as high as 8120 per but under Hie new rule none will receive over The high school teachers were cut from to The reductions to De made in the salaries of the grade teachers have not yet been but it is likely that those working for a mouth will be subject to a 6250 al though a number from length of are entitled to an will in some instances receive a slight raise while others will be rewarded their salaries The be affected by reduc tions and consolidations it i to from to Capital Su DIRECTORS A D CME J C E Vice MURRAY Catl CITY STATE BANK CAPITAL SURPLUS A FIRSTCLASS TAILOR Can benefit a customer as much in the way of sug gestion as he can in the matter of material If a customer selects a piece of cloth for a cutaway suit and we know the coat will look better cut in sack we will tell him Experience and a desire to please are two helpful les sons for a tailor to The Independence school board has decided to lift of bonded indebt The salary of the principal of the Orange City school was reduced from to The old principle de a reelection at the cut The Creydon school board has not yet been able to select a principal of their public although they have flf ty The Cedar Rapids high school build ing caught fire Friday about Worth of damage was The cause was the burning of the soot in the chamber Under the American Merchant The American Tariff League has just in document the speech of Senator or West on the subject of the Marine and Dis criminating This complete presentation of the benefits of discrim be lead by every Any of ouf readers can obtain a copy for t Ask for document 44 and 23d street New 5 The IA and Transfer Bus and Baggage wagon will call at any hour dav or moM fnr t joining Strict to S I Finest Funeral Car lit Hardin Davis plenty of Reason For time has proven them to be the leaders in building UMBER LIME CEMENT c 8t 9 Depot
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