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Inter County Journal Newspaper Archive: August 10, 1906 - Page 1

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Location: Ackley, Iowa

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   Inter-County Journal (Newspaper) - August 10, 1906, Ackley, Iowa                                BUTLER Per Atuiu r T ANOTHER CITIZEN Henry FranU Passes Away Sunday ter Lingering Illness It was with regivt that I rapidly cireuhUeil Imvii hist Sunday thai Henry whose sickness has several months had eloped for the last sleep about four surroundingC his eyes HARDIN AUGUST Urns Torsdahl of RadcliKe Meets Death Burn at Ogle nrch ho canio to Iowa with lljs jHirnits in August of the 1ST In hi1 was very anxious to enlist in the wnr hut was rejected on account of poor in on May he entered service as u private in Com pany lie was discharged having served honorably or a little over four commenced business life soon his first employ uicnt being with a lumber Later he clerked for Currier and in 1870 he tiriu of Lock wood is Lock wood retired in 1871 anil soon a broth now drew out of the On May Henry lleykens teriil into partnership with him and they continued to run a general store until 1890 when sold out and active business survived by his to whom was married on and j whose maiden name was Mary mnvles and otie o utir was a great veisni oinill the topics of the day alwayjwell Fur thirtyone yearlie a member of the Masonic Lodge and lor ittirii eonseeutive years was of that Upright in all ent gave Hi in bathing Sunday His Torsdahl of a r Without warning to his after e was company Torsdnhi Lathing at the Imat landing mv bathers fe man sank out of sighteddid not tliesmfaee The sup is he was with and was rendered Y1Mlahl was twentylive old nd was employed us alarm hand near He was unmarried but a widowed mother was dependent on CHAUTAUQUA CLOSES Good Talent and Large Crowds Make Iowa Falls Entertainment Successful 1he Iowa closed night after a very successful session of ten entertainment was the grounds where the autainina was Jand the erowds in attendance all could bo Hooker Washington Day was perhapsthe most people from long distances to hear the Damping pnr lies dotted the grounds and a I homelike appearence to the scene while i he boating and lishing made it ideal for outdoor The only tiling to the pleasure oTthe week was the sad death of the e who was just at the mu sad man from KadelillV rowned Sunday I 1iUld Sllll LIIII 1 r means a The funeral srv lliv afleriioon froii Jlugli Me Democratic democrats held their state at and BEAN DAY Next August Is the Date of I Genevas Annual Celebration A Ing tiiin is anticipated at i the weather man permit I attendaiiee will be record i A tine program of lias been ar j and good will be ii adilres by Cummins is i ne ol the principal events of the day and will provea drawing A baby a biiMball game between the Flamp i ion lumuiit and a shooting iliiirnament the i Iliiuiuic will by the SieainLuut Koek BABIES IN PERIL Two LiltkChildren Are Rescued from Top ol SixtyFoot Windmill l to that of the Jiese lunlied arly In the top of a that uf two little children Mticd at from iiLrht of a sixty foot struc at Minic her two littleVhild d the John i hiit eii elimbed twice to strueture and one n a The at the but not a breath of The illdilivil UelC but iiixl earn Kolail Merchants Meet in IIM kill i r i I of that 1 n cv siini annual II OCLOCK iLram to invention held at previous SMI Aeklev iK it J fur i I Iowa Falls IvijHirts of nmiiiittees Aeklev I Kldorn M Ackley Sei Aldeii System A i la a lull died i Storekeeper Ill Merchant Trade Journal I n i i il aptain Uiiiim ilub Hiulelille Klclora Di I I t Captain HlllKjIlt I Commercial Club ir for Living DeS 01 III the cuampiuij naiU llihtll il Did you ever a girl with eyes Of blue or maybe Who has the failen ami Vou think that you have over seen Who makes your heart beat faster Than an mito engine And a prickly feeling from Your hair down to your And every time she speaks she shoots A bolt of lightning from her Which hits you in the vocal Or from your Adams apple And makes the perspiration ooze From every because you fear Your collar may be or Your necktie fastened on your When thus you feel as though your knees Are weak or that your tongue is And all your usual wit is When Miss Blue Eyes is standing Heres a straight tip Young Cupid Just cause he thinks hes mighty Plugged you clear through your tongh old hide And left an arrow in your Republican J NUMBEE DID YOU THE FRENCH AT The which we paid the French Panama Canal company bought for in addition to their franchise and they had done a vast amount of ponderoua The old dredge illustrated here is been to good use by the Americau Lost Fred it brother of who hue been visiting here vith his sister for the last few was no of the losers in the failure of the Milwaukee Ave Bank in lldiuger had nine huudred dollars on leposit there when the institution losed its Ho drew before oming here several days ago or his loss would have been that much mckily did not have all f his savings iu the earn of this bank ut has always made it a point to do DHit in henco this represented nly a part of hia earnings of twenty ears in the western Mdinger is in a tannery iu O3CEOLA Misses Nellie and Alice Ney uoyer wore visitois at the homo of Vdam Knitfel last Oeorge and Mary Uoeg ier spent Sunday afternoon at August Houry fetors and family called at Joe Ionians Sunday Miss Tona Burma went to Abbott at Friday to visit with Mary Towsley and daughters spent Sunday night with August llnck rott and George Knau aud Delia and spent Tuesday after won at the John lioegner Miss Gertrude Knilfel spent last George Wells Dead Tim death of George well known throughout Grundy occurred last Wells was one of the wealthy men of that owning many hundred acres of line Com ing to Iowa when it could be bought for ii trifle he made investments which him it ricll man as the prices Having no children and the death of his wile occurring several years ago speculation has heen current as to the disposal of his Funeral services were held Monday and was in the Griuuly Center FLIGHT OF AN AIRSHIP Sensational Feature of a Great Amuse ment Program for State Fair Week That the genius of man has at last accomplished the seemingly the imitation of the flight of will bo demonstrated to thousands of credu lous people at Des Moines on August when a daringnera list in the famous Kuabonshue Airship makes the over f00 feet in the from the State Fair grounds to the city over the dome of the capitol and re The demonstration will be by the winner of the prizes at the Portland and Louis expositions and who recently wout airshipping over the doma of the national capitol and eneircling the Washing ion The four evening enterttininputs for fair visitors will have for background U Wednesday afternoon with her Lardon sceoe on canvas feet Miss Lulu Democrats Touched especially designed for the Iowa State The fireworks will bo the finest ever seen in The management has spared no expense in procuring the Tuegangof pickpockets that Waterloo Tuesday grew fat off the easy best music and the highest class vaude picking they had among the visitors and watchers of the democratic It will thus be seen that the strictly state and it is estimated amusement feature of the Iowa State that the total loss will reach over for the Many of those who lost small amounts did not take the traublo to report to the police and it is believed many others refrained from giving no ice of thefts on account of the notoriety hal aiight Twentylive girls to operate wing Steady omuloymoui imi ood Come prepared to be in work at Waterloo A Jariiieut Fair this yetir will he better than ever beforeliterallv a complete show in it more entertaining than could be fjot anywhere elae in the world for the price of The inspector is about to enter on a vigorous tour to enforce ihe new food Inspection of used iu hotela and restaurants shows the use of dolo terious adulterants kuown us preserva freezem aod other preparations which are essoutiitlly alcoholic solutions of Get Your Money Back After You Spent LISTEN every cash purchase we give the customer a receipt issued by our new National Cash showing the amount of your purff in Cash Purchase Receipts and get 25 cents in trade When we pay cash we get a Why not you For the protection of our our clerks and we have installed a new system in our We desire to give each custonei the very best service We would rather i have one hundred good satisfied customers than the best stock of goods in The system we have installed is one of thefj Latest Improved National Cash It is sues a receipt to be given to each show mg the amount of the It will alo show the initals of the clerk who made the and the date it was We fully realize that when the correct a of your purchase is printed on the receipt1 which is handed to no mistakes will bo sure are we that ho mistakes made iu the handling of your that we have decided to give the penalty mentioned on the accompanying sample receipt to any customer who makes a purchase in our store and does not receive a receipt printed by our Cash Register showing the amount of his By accept ing and keeping this you will make it im possible for mistakes to occur in dealing with We solicit the continuance of your arid assure you we are bringing every resource bear to give you absolute satisfaction in our 212 11 TILTON BROS Meat Market Iowa Return in checks and get 25c in trade FREE This coupon is worth Cut it out and keep it until you get more in cash and get in trade free Start today Yours truly I will give jl in cash to any one making a purchase in my store who does not receive a Cash Res istor receipt or correct amount TILTON SPECIAL BARGAINS Ladies Waterproof Coats At prices far bslow the usual retail If you are ip need of a coat of this kind now is the time to buy Ooats that uaualy sold for from to 820 we are closing out at Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts Some rare in this High grade uptodate skirts will be sold at the cutthroat price of We have just received a new Hneof belts with nailhead also other notions which will interest A reminders that it will pay to buy your groceries of us JornsUreli ficls a paukage Mason 05e per Ivy Soap 10 bars for Salmon 10 per can Cakes Bakers Chocolate 35 Honey lOcts s Wax Lem Apples and Pineapples f GKKTTEL J THE GROCER J Phone 46   

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