Pocahontas Democrat (Newspaper) - August 3, 1905, Pocahontas, Iowa Paine with tho mercury at 00, Invented a new brandy la well all hypocrites the cantaloupe Is the most It always looks bettor than it weaken an enemy's navy a good plan would he to make It a present oi a course Marshall now baby isn't old yet to appreciate fully how funny papa away after Dr. Osier announced that made tho test wives the sun got Beck says many Americans from Can furnish him with one Chicago doctor says that two vacations a year pro needed to keep one In good Show this to the Adler says ho has discovered perpetual Perhaps ho has been down cellar observing the gas is well to have a gray cat for the mascot of the because the cat has such a trick of coming by the example of the maple scale and the seventeen-year tho army worm has mobilized Morgan has fallen from his high Ho now talks for hours with such unimportant people as King New York doctor claims to have tho problem of perpetual but Edison is still working on his that It has had its picture taken again the sun spot may retire and quit trying to attract attention by making trouble on Marshal Lord Roberts is of opinion that harping on Waterloo and Trafalgar is a poor substitute for considering the existing H. W. the government has gone abroad to study Irish and Scotch It's a great privilege to be a plump arms particularly with short says a The same sort or don't look bad with short Everett Halo says everybody should sleep ten hours out of each Mr. Hale Is old man now and has no baby in tho Wisconsin boy saved four heiresses from death by drowning the other The laws of Wisconsin make it impossible tor him to marry them like tho boll weevil wasn't King Cotton's worst after all says the Boston At last our country is Boston uses At lanta York's smart set Is not as smart as one might guess from read Ing the small judging from the way It allowed a common blackmailer to play with Is proposed to christen the battle ship Vermont with maple maple sirup Is a sweet and sticky compound made of glucose and molasses in New York incendiary who dived six stories to save himself from cap ture did the job of his He won't dive and incidentally ho won't set any more tho New York has during the hot spell slept on a bed over which six electric fans were kept going it sometimes pays to have will have the largest Ameri can flag ever made at the coming G A. It will be 115 feet long and 55 feet There cannot be too much of It is really possible to go from the Atlantic to the Pacific in two days and a half by nobody has ever done It the use of trying to perfect the flying British Gen. Moody says the nickname applied to British soldiers prevents self-respecting men from The nickname applied to our sailors does Bot work that NEWS IN rises to remark that she will not any disposition of Manchuria upon which she has not been But her note is sp worded lis not to call for so she will aot he told to hack and sU the sweet girl is a 3ontemiK3rBry, should be able to jse the graduating gown for the There are it who are mean to some of the girls of one of the for having a falling from the cupola Will Ryan of Charles was severely Leo family nt near Charles were made ill through imbibing of home into which the lead of a pencil had boon car of matches enroute from to St. Louis caught fire la the railroad yards at Oskaloosa and necessitated the calling out of the Are Tho matches not burned were ruined by Are and entailed a of The matches were Ihe property of the Diamond Match has been reported on which seems that the Chicago Great Western railway has absorbed and taken control of the Cedar Falls Northern railway and tho Mason City Clear and that both lines have been made a portion of the Great Western record of rat killing is claimed by Harry Mayne of Sioux City for his highly bred pure rat fox which killed a total of rodents In eight The occasion was the tearing down of a granary on a nearby and the White terrier put in a whole at his favorite making a record which it is believed is J. W. Wells oC Ossian was a few days ago committed to state hospital for the her condition being duo to excessive use of morphine and She is the wife of Dr. Welis of who was committed to the asylum last his condition also being due to the use of It is understood that one contracted the habit while using the drugs for ill health and that the other simply took it for sudden cave in of a great mass of stone and earth at the Creve Coeur quarry near the Colorado tracks at Creve buried alive and killed Thomas aged 34, of and employed in the Kelley was first reached by bujt was dead when his head having been Papers found on Kelley show that he was a sergeant in the Third United States engineer corps in Cuba during the Spanish-American the death of Rev. S. T. at La Port City his wife has been asked to the pulpit of the Methodist church of which her husband was the Mrs. McKlm has at various times during his absence or sickness of her husband officiated In his stead and Is said to have delivered sermons as powerful as thoso rendered by the Rev. Mr. Mrs. Kim has taken tho matter advisement and will he able to give an answer very shortly to the Mrs. is a successful pastoral worker as well as a polished Baker of Odebolt was arrested nt Ida Grove by L. of Council and J A. Tracy of Sioux deputy United States He had advertised in an Omaha paper to treat in and was on his way to Ida Grove to meet a woman who answered the He admitted to the officers that his medicine did not have the advertised It is declared he has done a lucrative The was sending obscene matter through tho United States Commissioner Henderson hold him to the federal grand jury and in default of bonds he went tho county he was In communication with tho spirit of some one who Had already entered the kingdom of and working his game with extraordinary a young evidently about 30 years of and claiming to be a from Indian and giving tho name of J. J. succeeded in bunkoing Mrs. the proprietor of a I little restaurant and lunch counter at Cedar out of This all happened nearly a month and while efforts Bave been made to locate the he has his tracks so completely that the officers have given up nil hopes of ever landing him behind the mystery as to tho disappearance of Henry from June 24, was cleared up a few days ago by finding the badly decomposed body of a man in a thicket on the bank of the Des Moines river by two hoys while The discovery was prompted by the curiosity of the boys to learn the source of a With tho flesh picked from the body by crows and eaten away by the boys came upon a grinning A letter In a pocket told of a wife and two and asked God's for the rash act. Steinhoff disappeared the day show was in Ft. and no clue being found of his his family and friends abandoned tKe search and concluded that he had left The left property valued at and life insurance of Hunter to refuse to work at the Fort Madison Van a German living near was found dead in hlB bed by his father had been drinking and It is supposed he drank some wood hy A bottle containing wood alcohol was found near his A Jury gave as their by causes Vail Horn was alone at the home when be the family gone away attempting to go between two freight oars at in order to his home John a prominent farmer and business man of caught leg between completely crushing the bones of the leg just above the Ho may lose - Ills postal card mailed at Waterloo more than twenty-two years ago was received by Gv of the Iowa company at that It was by the of the company at Davenport and mailed nt the Davenport April 7. 1883. The Card did not reach Waterloo until 11, 1905, being on the road twenty-two two months and four Woodbine Telephone who own the Logan have answered a recent petition by tho statement that thoy will hot reduce existing local They offer to sell their plant tor though claiming that it cost A second has heon and a mutual telephone company is The meeting will be held at the court house In on Aug. 12. will soon begin ou the compilation of tho Officiai Register of 1906.. It will be gotten out during tho legislative Already several new are under consideration at the of tiie secretary of stato for tho of enhancing its For it is desired that the officers and addresses of officers of every state organization of every character may be Included in the 1906 program for the grand lodge of the Rathbone ut which will held at Davenport tho week of August 7, has been outlined by tho local Tho work of the convention will open at 7 o'clock Tuesday August 8, with a public after the temple will go into secret This Is Ihe first public installation in the history of tho grand lodge of Tho will take place at Turner falling off in Iowa which will not exceed 2 not to the nonresident property but to tho expansion of tho Iowa As prosperity has increased his wealth he has bought land adjacent to his and the result is that vacant farm houses dot tho face of These facts have been by the reports on the subject made to the state executive council in reponse to specific inquiry directed to the census Of these there are 2,500 The census department of the state asked them to Investigate and give an explanation of the loss of population In if The which have been the rural communities have in three-fourths of tho cases Indicated that the loss due to the desire of well-to-do farmers to increase their many explaining that it is their desire to obtain enough for their growing O. B. Courtright of conty differs with those who think it Is now that the supremo court has sustained tho ditch drainage to adopt the Head which gave constitutional power to the legislature to laws regulating the subject of drainage by the construction of ditches and He if the session of the legislature which meets in January should undertake to pass the resolution submitting tho amendment to the The session of 1904 passed the resolution almost and when It is adopted a second time the people will then take a vote on it. There Is grave In the opinion of Senator as to tho regularity of the attempt by the coming session finally to pass a resolution submitting a constitutional amendment when the same legislature passed the resolution in the first protect its title to Big a body of water north of Council which with adjacent land forms a park the city has been compelled to bring an injunction suit against Secretary of State Martin to restrain him from selling a right of way 200 feet wide through the lake to the Illinois Central Somo time ago the railroad through J. C. Welling of applied for the purchase of eight acres of water This has been appraised at an Under a law passed by the last general assembly the secretary of state sell the tract to tho first bidder at the appraised The park commissioners have secured an injunction to prevent the secretary of state from conveying any part of the Big lake property to the railroad They claim that the state has no the as congress granted It to tho city for park purposes In 1880. The was once part of the Missouri river and the recently enacted statute covers all abandoned river The Illinois Central took steps to purchase its right of way in order to head off other It now tias a perpetual easement from the city for the strip on which its track and on that account the Injunction may not be Lena Moreland of bas had notice served on Sumpmann of that place of a suit foi It seems that two were involved in a during bo Mrs. Dr. Sumpmann struck Wolverton of well kaown In the eastern part of is. He disappeared the 26th. leaving his coat in the where working at the He about 40 years height and weighs about 135 He to Mediapolis with bis tly from Wapello last thousand la - gold government bonds which Andrews of Montrose had burled in hlB Andrews hlB servant whom he She saw bury the and with her Louis Voss dug it The girt denies this and she says was told by to help a prominent young at blB miles east of the result ot an White the guy rope which held In au Upright position the of the and the heavy young Wysong on the his The deceased a son of Charles a Taylor county aged 15 lost both legs in tne railroad yards at Sioux With a score of other boys was chasing a foul which had been knocked over the fence in the and In clambering over a moving car he fell under the Each boy who recovers ball gets Into the game There have been many narrow The lad is a son of a Mrs. 0. Zllda Fifty comprising the first Installment of from 300 to 400 lawsuits to be instituted by the Iowa Mutual insurance company of Sioux City against policy holders of tho have just been Tho company failed eome time and now tho receiver la suing policy holders on The receiver already has paid a dividend ot per cent and declares the company will eventually pay out In a young employe of the city of Mason met with a painful accident which may result in the loss ot one and perhaps two fingers of his left While handling a 32-callber pistol the firearm was the ball taking effect in the ring finger and passing through the breaking the hone and badly lacerating the little finger The physician anticipates an W. aged 32 editor of the Pierson and Mrs. Lynn aged 24, of Elk S. met In Sioux City and got to about getting Tho editor dared to get the license and she went alone to the office and the The wedding occurred at Pierson and was a surprise to all They had intended to be married some time but not ao Krauss and tho great widely known itinerant handling Hot Springs were arrested at Clinton on a warrant by Constable J. E. being charged with practicing medicine without filing in the ot residence their certificate as required by It is understood that the was begun after communication with the state board of health and local physicians are supposed to be back of the a bartender froni Kansas who has relatives at to commit at by cutting throat a pocket The blade was and the incision it was Two deputy sheriffs went from Blurts to take him to that He fought them like a and was not subdued he has been strapped down to tho bottom of a He is now at St. Bernard's and the relatives have been C. N. Jepson of Sioux City declares himself emphatically in favor of a new which is to be presented at the next session of the Iowa Ho does not seem right for a man in a public position to receive favors which might bo regarded as The plan of publishing a list of all pass holders is a good one and only under such a system could the reform be made The will be satisfied only when such a law is cruel and inhuman treatment and that her husband threatened her with a Mrs. Elizabeth Sheldon of Ottumwa filed suit In the district court for a divorce from Dr. Cass She also asks for temporary attorney fees and permanent She asked that an attachment bo Issued to restrain her husband from disposing of his property before the hearing of the case and Judge Roberts ordered the attachment for The couple are prominent In Ottumwa and were only married in Mrs. Sheldon is but 19 years of age and is the daughter ot former Mayor T. H. Dr. Sheldon comes from a well known Davis county that thousands of worth ot certificates of stock in sfn Iowa bank and a certificate of deposit is being fraudulently withheld from C. C. general manager and principal owner ojt the State Exchange bank of filed a a few days ago in the United States circuit court at Chicago asking for an accounting and for the return of hip The charges are made against the American Trust and and E. former board ot trade who la now involved in bankruptcy Wolf declares that he became a customer of Prince in various stock and grain transactions and deposited the certificates with the de fendant to cover margins in various contemplated According to Wolf has since been unable to recover his secure an aged 50, a prominent citiaen of on a bridge over a small creek near by train No. 9, on Great Western He was and his right arm torn off. He had a ticket for Berlin on bis It is presumed walked to the bridge while wall for a later train and could not hear A large the a 50 of died suddenly of heart FROM THE 1, 1t)D5, The attorney general has decided that tho executive council of tho state has no power to go behind the returns forwarded It from tha counties and cannot constitute Itself a court to determine as to tho of returns council may correct manifest erros and ln case of Irregularity ot the census may undertake to have it but It cannot go behind the returns to correct them by the judicial of a That is within the province of the This means that the returns from Atlantic be canvassed at their face value and the council will not undertake to sit as a court to hear the evidence which people In that city are prepared to present to show that tho census returns are of tho things tho legislative session of 1908 will have to do is to provide for a new fonn for the Official This publication Is a book and it Is to have it made the real On account of the adoption of the biennial elections after 1907 book will be Issued When the change Is made it is the opinion of many that the book should be expanded in size and so changed in form as to bo a. genuine blue book and a sufficiently numerous edition should be printed to make its worth anft the graduates bloom open an 1 everything you you are foolish and don't cave Knows loan and trust companies in Iowa are subject to examination by the office of the auditor of whether they do any banking business or they cannot under any circumstances take deposits subject to must secure certificates authorizing them to do from the and their authorized capital must be fully paid in is the decision of Attorney General In an opinion communicated to Auditor Car roll sustaining the position taken by the auditor in respect to these is the beginning ot a definite move on the part of the authorities who have given tho subject to place these institutions under tho supervision of the a thing of advantage both to the people and to There is In the law of Iowa now only a few lines respecting these Carroll has long believed that the statute should be so framed that loan and trust companies may be as carefully supervised by the state as are state banks under the present model banking law of a heart to a little Hungarian girl in the Canadian on our where the birds sheep run about a New was attending court at when a young attorney made a motion that was denied by the The young man against what ho was the ruling cf the i So vehemently did he remonstrate that ho was fined ten dollars for contempt of An old attorney took the matter and he fined a who thought he stood a better With the to ten the matter but he tho coffers ot the State by paying a Cor General Martson was seen to rise In his seat and advance to clerk's Taking his long et book from his lie took ten-dollar bills and laid the that the want you to distinctly said the just twice as much contempt for this damned as any man and I am paying for from July every newspaper tells of some wonderful cure of somo form of Kidney Disease by tho Great American Dodd's Kidney and this part of Arkansas Is not without its share ot evidence that no case is too deeply rooted for Dodd's to A. E. well and highly respected telis of his euro nearly a quarter of a century's Mr. Carllle want to let the public know what think ot Dodd's Kidney I think they are tho best remedy for sick kidneys ever had Kidney Trouble for 23 years nnd never found anything that did mO so much good as Dodd's Kidney I recommend them to all is no uncertain sound about Mr. He knows that Dodd's Kidney Pills him from a life of suffering and he wants tho public to know it. Dodd's Pills cure all Kidney ills from Backache to medical from throughout the with a number ot in Des Moines the and organized tho Iowa Association for the Study and Proven tion of The meeting which was held at the Chamberlain was characterized by much earnestness and enthusiasm and the body ot men did not stop until an entire organization perfected even though It took tho greater part of the A constitution and bylaws was adopted and officers and directory board Tho general response to the call to organize such an association was most Many ot the prominent physicians of the state were present and all were eager fo have the association formed and at The principal work of the association will an educational campaign through the dissemination ot in and the The association will also work for favorable legislation which will tend to eradicate conditions and protect the public The legislature will be asked for an appropriation to build a state were chosen as liam First vice R. E. Sioux Second vlee Des F. I. Des Secretary E. L. Des Rothert of the state school for the deaf at Council Bluffs has asked the state board of control to ask the legislature for for the next to be expended in the improvement of the Among his requests Is one for tor a sufficient heating plant and Another asking is tor for an additional This will accommodate all of the students at the institution for several The list of things which Sup Rothert the Wiard of ask of the legislature meets in January desks and furniture boiler smoke wagon and machinery sheds piggeries and 000; 000; tools and machinery in industrial school school dormitory for primary plas removal and repair and contingent library supplies Total largest book in Is an alias now In possession of the British It measures 6 feet 10 inches by 3 feet 2 Inches and weighs nearly 336 well-dressed immediately after registering at a in St. Jo casually remarked that had traveled without his own fire at same i time Ing the contrivance be of he can iQt myself doW from any hotel The landlord gravely terms while at work on a farm I for with are cash in 1 women could go in tor culture if they could buy things for a old leads a dog's lite his why on earth don't apply for a says rhe wanted but she wouldn't let thiB what has become Hundred Short ii Cuts to that ho was working hard upon last Brown finished the book but was to raise money enough to It has just bought a E. Forest Does he know anything about he played in 'The Old and Down - for Where are you in: such a just my auto and went down this don't expect to overtake him on He got to take tho repair kit with an awfully I heard today about an Irishman In you mean I wanted to tell it to It was so it will bo even funnier the way you tell TREAT YOU ' Acts tlie and Will Coma clergyman who pursues his noble calling In a country parish in telis of his coffee wife and I used coffee for frequently for dinner and for the very best coffee r never could find a place on our j tho spring ot 1896 my wife was taken with violent vomiting which we had great difficulty In seemed to come from coffee could not tho following she was attacked a second time by the I was away from home filling an at the ' and on my I found her she had literally vomited herself almost to and It some quiet the trouble and restore her had also experienced the same but not so and relieved each by a resort my wife's second attack me that the use of coffee was at ' the bottom of our and so we it forthwith and took Postum Food The old toms of disease disappeared and during 9 years that wo have been using Postum instead of coffee have never had a recurrence ot We never weary which we wo owe our This is a simple of Name given Battle tho little book Road la each pkg.