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Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 17, 1905, Lemars, Iowa By our and from special ilt Siebens and son Clans made a trip to LeMara the laat of the Henry - lost a valuable horse last Mr. and Mrs. Gert are over tbe arrival of a bright little girl who to their borne on January 9. ' the two old son and Mrs. Onno Onken is on the sick The annual meeting of the stockholders of Grant township creamery company - will be held in the Latheran school Tannary 28, 1905, at 10 o'clock a. to select seven directors and - transact other iss may come before the Mr. and Mrs. Benhard Specht were transacting at Akron last to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirks on Jannary 9, a Henry Rolapp and Dick were Mammen visitors last Ernest Rody was transacting business in LeMars the first of the we k. Henry shipped a car load of cattle last Mr. Martin Johnson was on the Mammen streets last Popken maf e a business trip to City last brothers corn for Carl Johnson the last of the Charles and Herman Landheer who have been visiting in this neighborhood returned to their home at 111., on H. F. Johnson marketed some fat hOBS at D lton last the four year old of Mr. and Mrs. E. is on the sick Herman Eilers made a trip to Ruble last Special Correspondence Now that we are on the threshold of 1903, it behooves every citizen of our burg to invite as moch business as By inducement much be done that way and ask yourself the and answer i t What did I do in 1904 which is stone never to Did I bring business to town or did I drive i t away? Did I do anything the past year which advanced patriotism and C h r i s t i a n i t y The year 1904 has slipped into the past with its joya and its falares and Tbe future is before us to forge ahead with the help of George Ostermann was in town Jack Thompson of Seney called here the last of the 7eek. Elmer Anstine was in our city on Mr. family have been ill recently but are con Henry Hamer and Gerd Lewis attended a in LaMars Mrs. Kercher who has been visiting here the first of the week went to Alton where she renews old Mit Moore the genial restaurant man visited in Rock on William Falk was in our city the past H. A. Ahlers is home from the January session of the board of super- Al Ayles returned from the east where he has been spending the Will Baack goes on the road for a toy AVe wish him Frank Potter and wife are the hap py parents of a baby Peter Becker was in Sioux City the first of the we k. Pete is a man and a good business His place was closed for spite by AB you measure unto your neighbor so will it be dealt out to StoU the draymen unloaded a car of barb wire and - r of wire for Bros. Lumbar the lust of tbe Henry Mohr of is visiting Lambert Ritzenthaler the faithful young man who worked for H. A. * i several ye irs has rented the Peebles farm and will move in the He is an industrious honest young man and we wish him success in his Henry Pecks smiled on his many friends here Henry now resides on his father's John C. Emery was & pleasant caller on Harms called the last of the week Herman Egglebrecht and wife were trading in Struble Louis Berg visited hero the last of the Van Horst called in this burg on Louis was a pleasant caller in Struble the last of the Henry was ia town with his sled - Coasting is fine and the small boy is in his Fred Dralle will hold a big eale of fine hogs this Special E. W. Mass and E. H. shipped three oar loads of fat cattle to Chicago on Tuesday evening of the past Mr. Mass accompanied the - Mrs. Boden with relative of town one day last Mrs. Nels Berry of Mon - tana arrived recently for a visit with relatives in this Borer Lias was in town on Friday Miss Blanche Ehlers of Correctionville is a guest at the home of her Mrs. C. P. Frank Mills and Mills shipped a car of hogs to Sioux City the latter part past C 5. M visited at the home wn oii Thursday will be birthday social at the Congregational church on Friday January 30. B. Main shipped two car loads of fat cattle to Chicago on Saturday Mr. Main Before returning he expects to visit his parents near 111. W. J. Stokes of Stanton township visited at the Sparling home east of town on Thursday and ' Mr. and Mrs. L. i l l t s and passed here on Taes day evening on their to Miss Pearl to her home at Akron on Friday morning after spending a week here the guest of Mrs. A. M. Mrs. Sam Hemphill has been confin ed he with and Mrs. are the happy parents of a girl who arrived at their w t V Mrs. Samuel visited with near LeMara Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mills and Mrs. Jane Mills were - to Sioux City on Friday Wilier a thousand bushel of from Herman Bliss last Mrs. Charlie Dunlap and children arrived trom Sioux City an d have moved into the house formerly owned Jim Miller was a business visitor to i on ' Mrs. Mulder was on the si i & of e past F. S. Schmalle of Akron was in town on Miss Grace Gosting was a passenger to Akron on Saturday morning returning on tbe evening The Yeomen had installation of at the hall on Thursday evening nd attended to some other business Mrs. G. B. Main and little daughter were passengers to Elk Point on Jay y of Aurelia visited friends here over Mansfield was a City visitor on Miss Sue Arenlt of LeMars visited friends here short time on Mrs. Jake B- rner was a Sioux City passenger one day last Carley and L. Mayber of Sioux City were transacting business here davs last Leslie Brown of S. visited friends here Will Tooker of this place has purchased a half interest in the Clark at S. D. Miss Elsie assisted in the Record last week owing to the of Miss Lyda Miss Pearl Morse primary teacher in onr schools has received a very acceptable New Year's present from her Mrs. B. Mitchell of Des Moines who recently returned from a visit at Jerusalem and the Holy The present sts of a piece of olive a shell from the sea of a pebble from Mars hill and two or three flowers gathered in Barney Whitney of is visiting at the Pritchard home this F. June and family have moved into the Mrs. J. E. B. Howes home where they will conduct a first class hoarding From the While eating rabbit pie Sunday evening & small sharp bone lodged in Mrs. Ed Dr. Berner was called but was unable to dislodge it. Tne bone is causing Mrs. son much pain and Miss Pearl primary teacher in OUT has received a very acceptable New Year's present from Mrs. B. F. Mitchell of Des who recently returned from a it to Jerasalem and the The present consists of a piece of olive a shell from the sea of Gallilee a pebble from Mars hill and two or three flowers gathered in The executive committee of the county Sunday school association will meet Saturday to formulate plans for the ensuing The committee is composed of Hon. I. S. Hinton and Mary C. H. and Pierce About every town around us have one or more cases of as is almost entirely free from all kinds of Merrill is a healthy spot and it seems that all the life * ascents know for they are always nere trying to write Merrill sands out several thousands of dollars each year for life Possibly three thousand has been returned the past tej to we are not Mrs. J. H. Brehm received word Monday stating that her Henry Koenig was seriously sick at hia home in Mr. Koenig is about 70 years of age and has been a resident of county a good many Miss Emma DeLier teacher in sub district No. 5 resigned on Friday evening after teaching one She will return to Akron without Mr. Dempster has another teacher in sight to commence teaching on Monday Frank e of Kingsley is at present visiting at the Hodgson The Gosting brothers shelled several hundred hushel of corn tot H. N. Newell on Many of the farmers from this locality attended tbe auction sale of J. Bauff on Wednesday in spite of the severe snow storm that raged all The young people from the Hodgson and Dempster families also Francis Alderson and Mr. and Mrs. Frye spent the evening with the Gosting family after enjoying a ride on Friday - John shelled and delivered near two bushels of corn during the latter part of the Mr. of Hemsen doing the shelling with a steam Michael Gannon delivered a thousand bushel of com on Tuesday and and V. Harker made a business call on Frank Thompson and H. N. Newell on Henry and Werth are each getting a nice large pile of wood drawn together with the view of sawing their summers Albert Schumann is drawing a quantity of ice for their summer's use this ' Michael Bonrke delivered a conple loads of bay in LeMars during the tore part of the Dempster filled hia ice house this week for future A- number of our boys have en er in hunting rabbits since the enow consequently rabbit pie is tne order of the Mrs. is still improving in She is now able to sit up portion of the Adam was quite siok daring the early of tbe The basket sociable t h a t WM held a t the school in township was largely and was a 8n<*- in spite bitter sum ot ten dollars was raised apply to tha Joseph 34artba ACt 1 al Sale positively ends 21 Mias Coming THK Week Sale positively ends SATURDAY MUm 21 Don't Miss W e ek Sale The volume of business we have done the past eight days during this great sale has certainly been Away beyond anything we ever We to make the next and last - - FIVE DAYS 6f this if low prices cut any the greatest in dollars and cents on record for this We have put our mark on what l sell between now and Saturday in five We'll not be disappointed if the weather If you live five miles away it will pay you to Sale Last every cloak must go this week regardless of cost or 13.50 and 0 0 all wool with and without cape and in and Sizes 6i 8. 10 * m 4^ and 12' All finer children's every one new this that sold at $ 5,00, 5.98, 16.50, $ 7.00, and 17.50, with and without cape and Sizes 6 to 14 Choice o n l y Saturday Night of Dress Goods ' Every woman who was in our store last Saturday and a eek ago day will not forget for some time to come the at our dress goods Hundreds and hundreds of of fine all wool dress goods in black and colors were We have gone through our stock again and picked out scores of short lengths that have during the past eight days of this great VV e will not carry over one single child's They must all More SilKs Hundreds of yards of shirt waist trimming waist that sold at 75c to 1.25 all at one A ' - T 4 r C Skinner's satin onG yard sells the world over at $ 1.50 in aM all colors S during this per y a r d | 1.50 yard wide black Taffeta Silk every yard guaranteed while it lasts p e r - | 5 I Beautiful Dress Goods that sold at 50c, 69c, 75c, 85c, J 89c $ 1,00 in all colors also entire miss yard Mittens Men's and boy's lined and unlined leather Also and childrens old all 50c to 7.5c choice of pair 2 5 c January CloaKs S t lined throughout now $ i o We have nearly 100 and not one old garment to show nearly any price goes this 45 inch garments satin that sold at 20 and $ 22.50, Some beautiful garments reduced to $ 8.50 $ 7.50 $ 6.98 $ 6.00 aud $ 5.00 Beaver We have in stock some fine all wool beaver shawls that sold all season at 6.50 $ 7.50 $ 8.00 and 18.50, choice of lot Childrens Fur Sets White angora fur muff and sold at 1.98. now 9 8 c Fur Robes Only a few left of those 6.50 and % T white angora fur baby carriage don't put it too $ 3 9 8 HandKerchiefs You'll be sorry if you miss this handkerchief bargain Pure all convent hand embroidered lots of other all sold at 15c, 20c and 25c. lOc White hemstitch and Tell us of a store in the state who ever has or will sella handkerchief like this at l i e Very Best Calicos Second about 3000 yards of 6c and 7c in remnants 1 to 10 In order that our country customers and friends may share in this bargain not one yard of these prints will go on before when the entire lot will be put out O yard iiC Plenty for every country and town people as LAST Bed Comforters at rices that yOu can't furnish the bare material filled with nice clean cotton at $ 1 $ 1 $ 1 $ 1 a n d oo 3 6 incH Madras Pretty 36 inch soft finish cloth for gent's boys waists and ladies You'll not get them after Saturday at 9c Gome don't Actual value 20c, at 9c yard madras 9 c Ladies Hats stylish trimmed street sold at 2.00, 12.50,, 13.00, 3.50 and last chance and the last lot goes on sale choice 50 C Some special good value in Cotton Bed Blankets extra heavy and large szes at $ 1 $ 1.50 $ 1.25 $ 1.00 75c. S a c r i f i c e S a le Fine Wool Underwear The time has it's got to Here's the greatest bargain in underwear we have ever All our gent's 1.00 pure all wool shirts and also all our 1.00 and 1.25 all wool pants and Union suits at one Sale begins Saturday the last choice 75. January 21, the Last Day of This Great The baskets sold from cents to one dollar and ninety cents A nide program was carried onti y Of the little ones carrying out their part to Mrs. Boxie commenced tOi teach school on Monday in the school recently taught by Miss DeLier of Barney P. will 3 to work for AMon in a few oh a twelve month contract There was a conple of horse buyers calling Tipon farmers here last weak wanting first class heavy Michael Bontke is buying several good 00W8 thus laying a foundation for a fattire heard of good Notices hive been received by many in this locality that the Farmer's Mutual Insurance will meet in Merrill on January 21. ' - Special Harry Huss visitor at Holstein the first of the Mrs. Smith of Kansas City returned home this week after visiting with Mr. Watts and J. B. Krapfl and J. W. Cainpbell were City 7isitors John Kissinger and wife of Washta spent afc I. Kissinger Mlsa Dermann City to take up lief school Miss ' Ethel to Mond y- 4after spending the holidays with her Grieve left Sunday for home in after visiting with friends J. ( T Fowler of Hotel Higgins isi now travelling for & allager of r Higgins left his home in Grant City fter several work on & Sons new DALTON WINS Lambert Gasper was a to Sioux City Mrs. O. E. - of the Stowell Hotel arrived 3IoCoy of Bluffs was a business visitor here Mrs. J. Shade was called to Iowa week to see who was very E. C. Vanderburg and Eddie left Wednesday to visit relatives in W. H. Miller made business trip to Daaha this O F Herron of LeMars was in town one day last Feeney and y from a visit with in Kansas and s. Steele visited with relatives here this Miss Pearl Mason returned to City last to resume school duties at Mr. and Mrs. J. Phelps entertain ed the members of ladies club at their home Friday Cards and dancing the entertainment which every one Mr. of owner of Hotel a business visitor this - R. B. and A. T. Thompson were called to Saturday by a message announcing ' of ' - Mrs. T. J. Yeoman at her home of Kingsley Funeral services at DunkaM church and in dV y. Waiter Rioh df City I n v i & t i S i i i * ' ' - - J. - A. | on of their Mr. of U tan lug here this Barron aito by ' at Bell On Tuesday 1905, Mr. Frank pHid Miss Mary w ra wife at altar in ary's church Remsen the Rev. - Sohulte blessing the Clemens Of served as best jam Mary Zenk as maid of The ceremony by a large gathering of friends of the yonng conple and event was celebrated daring the afternoon iand at i the home - ol and Birnbaum in parents of the Hundreds of friends of the and their respective parents ed ' this celebration and enjoyed hospitalities of Mr. and B i m b a n i | j T h e Enterprise offers her b * fe Alia sue ed said his t you need to take so bottles for when only V - wo ' 11 4 111 mil if ' tt i t o tin IMI it % 4 Oh I M W 1 U do IH ' Hon I 1 1. lint asv J No I a Tbe Insurance on the Destroyed Three Fire Will be Information haa been received by Martin & Martin and & attorneys for p. P. that the court of Iowa has handed down decisions in ten cases appealed from this in which Mr. Dalton was plaintiff and various insurance companies were defendants and that the decision of Judge in favor of Mr. Dalton is These cases out of the destruction by fire of the ' Baron stock of merchandise which occurred on the night of April 6, 1902. Mr. Dalton held a chattel mortgage on the of goods destroyed on which was due at the time the cases were tried before Jodge Gaynor nearly $ 13,000.00, and he carried the to protect his interest as such - By the decision rendered the insurance companies will have in cent due together wi th interest from the date of which was in 1903. ' Id order to avoid the payment of lou the urged ber of paTe } 9 defenses and in effort to defeat under the policies they or d id the of and special attorneys con d Few cases haye gone i supreme conrt which haye i n - foi ed of n part of ed a i of i the ents to osta ' Will | i; o | J | 3^' arions tid by & Graham of D c s i C Be & Wright of Das and Wright & Stoat ofi Oa The firm of ink & Hose of LeMani abio in all m for the ' losses $ 3,000.00. German Insurance of 11,000.00. - Queen Insurance of 1500.00. Milwaukee $ 3 Providence | 1 United States Ins. $ 750. OX Westchester Fire Ins. $ 750.00. Western Assurance of $ 1,350.00. of N. W $ 1,250.00. Germania of New $ 3 The and the ( companies undertook to remove their cases to the Federal courts for trial but because of defects in the petitions for removal prepared by the attorneys Judge remanded them to state courts so that all ten of the tried before Judge Gaynor whose decision tbe validity of tne and defeating ' the companies in their efforts tS on technical grounds has now been by he T H E K I N G G A N D E R. A TROTTING Owner Vermont S p e e d e r s fa a. i o n t h e l e e Tyson has Bellows Falls ( 's to his jg on the Ice at Echo ' broken the in sulky and hopes to do a mile v says a. dispatch from Bellows ' a year but Wade ' ' HerV 4Qe~ t ita s ' 5Il^/^ i On a l tcn It is nn hp li i | made a niilo in 2 and a l | her natural she i better time Rnt North vi Shoct Iliin or Get aa Crazy aK n C 4 Never hear toll f i I most folk The s ilio bird books there ain't no such but I know Keen There ain't never but one king gan der at a s a country never has but oue king at a but i king gander's a real that's what ho is. i t ain't jest because he's the gander of any or It's He's kind of a sacred lie and there ain't a. wild goose that flies but knows it. s captain of ' em it's only the pick of the geese that flies with Ner ail What do you ot Diir kmg hear oi a ead gander earned oil by his on t h e i r backs thorn a- out a I've said i. s said all I daro you 1( or you a a don't you do it. ' d If you don't believe it look it my He killed o shot aud what Only tiie Lord and s. Ml never Why n o t ' ' Cause he's been as crazy a. s a. coot over crazy as a The Eskimo could not tipon the s of nature which load the tables of the poorest in the for the of his existence require the consumption of an enormous amount of fatty so t blubber is to him a necessary of OBSCURE F O O D A N D People Ent More In ' Than T l i e y Do In It has been Shown that the consumpT tiou of food increases in direct proportion to t h e decrease in We eat more in than ia and the inhabitants of the temperate more food than those of the tropic ' This is due to several In the first place air is denser in climates and more oxygen is taken iii with each so that a greater ply of from ia j n order that the two gases may proper proper for ihe ofi dimato usually hj to Ipr th III flu to Ml lU % j whoso - LiM IS bi I n n n ' HIP liii d i i h 1 ibnr tho i o nMi oi | food ed i not V i n it ia W h o s e W a s Not C l e a r t o Their A writer in London Truth recalls that when asked the meaning of a passage in I know tbe poem had a meaning to me when I wrote but what it was I cannot now The writer goes on to quote parallel j of Coleridge and of comforted him long when he Coleridge wrote the greater of book 2 of Southey's loan of and annotated tho long passage Maid oi These o though I it that Should br. t ing nie if I or over did tlie of y t Lord is f. v. heu - - Ing wrote Goethe's of a pa. tge him the reply if poet himself was at a s for i t s ' runs answer to Lord you a t should know bettor than I a t t h e meaning of i ago I at your P o k e r - The women believe that mails knows all about bnt only men It is that ef ly every man pretends the game When fe is poker joke a all the t smile and look at their women with a sort of pity butthe fellows smile linow very about the gamely and are afraid to play in- fe every little social chips and pairs is A Ing The stand ti jS i nd to ( il men know th. iit that 4| i to iili Be- Sub ia j - yon 1h
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