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Aurelia Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 29, 1915, Aurelia, Iowa VOLUME CHEROKEE JULY INTERESTING NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR Items of Interest Gleaned From Oni Exchange Marcus News Andrew one of the pioneer citizens of this vicinity paseed away Tuesday night at his home in this following a long illness of heart Cherokee Republican Last Sunday at the home of Brownmiller near occurred the marriage of their daughter Elsie to Bert son of and Plum mer Verne Felter of Washta died at a Cherokee hospital early Wednesday morning after undergoing an operation for Although getting along nicely after the his heart became affected and he died in a short He was thirtysix years old and one of Washtas rural mail car Marcus News Willis returned last Thursday from Pipe stone where he made arrangements to lease the Wood stock and will take charge of it on July Willis has been publisher of several newspapers in this part of the state during the past several Buena Vista Vidette Hurlbut and one of this citys oldest and most esteemed passe away at her home here last Frida morning at an early The de ceased had been a sufferer for man but she had seriously only for a few days and her death cam a sudden Cherokee Times The proprietors o the Cleghorn bank are planning to soon ommence the erection of a new build ing on a corner lot formerly occupiec by the One day last week and McKinney were callers at Anthon to inspect the Citi zens bank building with a view of copying the architecture of NUMBER 17 Marcus News who for the past six years has been associated with the firm of Snidecor deal ers in furniture and undertaking at last Thursday purchased the Nelson furniture and undertak ing business and took possession Satur day Brink also pur chased the store building in which the stock is located in the south part of the Buena Vista Vidette On last Wed nesday night Lawrence Foells large Case touring car was stolen from its place and it seemed as though they had made a complete get Not until Sunday was the car located at the east end of the lake hidden under some The car had the appearance of having been run some distance but as far as could be noticed no serious dam age had been Peterson Patriot Last Friday night Peterson was visited with burglars for the first time in several Shortly after Robert the closed the depot and came up town two it is open tiki south window and entered the They robbed the money drawer and got about in nickles and Storm Lake PilotTribune Work on the paving is progressing rapidly on West Fifth street where the men are nearing the railroad East Fifth street from the Minneapolis and Louis to Lake avenue is ready for the cement and it ia expected that with good weather it will be but a short time until the work on Fifth street will have been Storm Lake PilotTribune It is ex pected that the change from direct to alternating current will be made by the electric light company by the middle of next The new dynamos have and the only thing which is de laying the change is the new switch board and it is expected All ar rangements have been made at the plant to make the change Marcus News At recent meeting of the school it was decided to have a room in the garret of the school building put into condition to be used tor a manual training room and to have the roof of the school building paring the past year the Marcus school board has received from the state by reason of a normal training depart ment having been added to the CONGREGATIONAL NOTES PASTOR The vacation season is How can wemake these coming months the most profitable and fruitful in our s no doubt the question that is upper most in the minds of most of Let us realize with Paul that our ives will be be barren unless we have mind and zeal of the But f His mind and spirit control then we shall be able to transform hard and elfish liyes into lives of tenderness and And this is the great mission f man and the church to help make all hings new and more This then will be the thought for our consideration next Sunday at at the union The Sunday school meets at At 7 Earl Fraser and Richard Glawe will give a report of the Great National Christian Endeavor conven tion which was recently held at I am sure that as there was given a great heavenly vision to so there has come a new vision and a new mean ing of life to the delegates who attend ed the I hope every mem ber of the Christian Endeavor society will be present on Sunday evening and that we may all catch an inspiration that shall reach down to the very foun dations of our being and shall give us a new theory of life and then send us forth to bring to others the light and have come to At tnepaitor will speak at the church on The Miracle of the Nineteenth Cherokee Times Sold Sioux City Journal The Cedar Rap ds Gazette reports that Justin of one of the few editors in the Thirtysixth general has pur chased the Cherokee Times and will re move to Barry has rep resented Linn county in the legislature luring two sessions and has been one of he influential members of that having been a candidate for the speak rhsip and chairman of the ways and means committee last The in bidding him testi ies to Barrys substantial charac er and to the high esteem in which he s held in his home The epublicans of this corner of the state nd likewise the newspaper fraternity will extend a cordial welcome to tarry and will wish him success in his ew Barry is quoted as say ng that he is out of politics for ut as the Cedar Rapids Gazette re Cherokee county may cause im to change his There is a bright future ahead for ou if you take a course in Mankato Commercial Send for their 135 They Lace in Front Ken to lUuttnttoiu Stttta BStntOi America OPaHt 1Swctcn Sllait JOcrmanv And the reason for their choice is completely described in the sentence which follows Figure improvement means and health always weans The Gossard Corset which laces in front as sures an immediate figure im provement with its attendant W At this corsets receive more the usual attention because our experience proves to us that corsets the foundation of They Mlp make the gown and At this when many women are questioning much of the style news we believe the th SemiAnnual Proclamation of Authoritative Corset Styles for Spring 1915 Issued by The Gossard through this store is of the most Vital interest During the next two Weeks the new Spring models will be shown in our corset and We promise to corset you in the material and design erf your at up to A fitting or visit to our department does not obligate irt Ktleont your LEWIS ALTA NEWS ITEMS From The Advertiser Peter Farrow came from Aurelia Saturday to visit Alta relatives and 0AL Your Hard Coal is Why not order it now and be prepaired for A full stock of the best qual ity on Threshing Coal now Superintendent elect of the Alta schools moved over from Schaller the latter part of last week and is busy getting settled in the Dick La Page house east of the school builc Stina Bengtson died at her horn in Elk township Monday morning afte an illness of several Th funeral services were held yesterday a the Elk Swedish Lutheran con ducted by Lundahl of The first Buena Vista county rooto speed meet was a big Ove 6000 people and 1000 automobiles were on the Not a single acciden happened to mar the Never be fore was there such a gathering o auto enthusiasts in northwestern low to witness the Henkel was moving Tuesday in to the Bladine house which he recent He objected seriously to the swarms of bees which were living in the walls and Bert Gurney objected too because the bees were op posed to his installing electric lights for Henkel and their opposition was very After dinner the boys decided to rid the house of the bees and procured torches to smoke them The next act in the drama was the calling out of the fire company to put out the fire which was easily but not until considerable dam age was done upstairs by the Henkel secured about a wash tub full of Stock Shipments Waddell shipped a car of hogs to Sioux City Sunday and one car of hogs to the same place Wednesday Daniels shipped one car of hogs to Sioux City Monday and another car of hogs Peeckenschneider and Schuelke ship ped a car of hogs to Sioux City Baltimore shipped a car of hogs to Sioux City Menefee shipped a ear of to Sioux City J a COUNTY SEAT NEWS From Cherokee Ptperi Times Preliminary work on the railroad line to be run to the state hos pital is progressing and actual building operations will commence It is hoped to have it ready for use by Democrat Thieves yesterday got into a private car in the Illinois Cen tral yards and stole a lot of clothing and personal effects belonging to mem bers of the bridge The robbery was committed in broad Democrat The deputy game and fish warden for this section of the state is here cleaning buffalo and carp out of the Little Sioux The work was begun at Anthon and followed up the Several days will be spent in this Times County Superintendent Lew McDonald is arranging a big day for the graduates of the rural schools which are seventy in number this Meyerholz of Cedar Falls will probably be the speaker on the date July Times A large barn about one and onehalf miles north of town on the Sheriden farm burned to the ground It is thought the fire re sulted from spontaneous causedfrom a quantity of improperly cured hay in the A a some pigs and a quantity of ma chinery were consumed in the Times Two traveling men on their way to Cherokee from Storm Lake had a narrow escape from death Tuesday orenoon when their Ford runabout went over an embankment about two miles southeast of The car urned over and one of the i had his left hand severely His companion waa un Times Fred a young man who has been working for Fes north of was painfully in ured in a runaway yesterday after Together with the Fessler fam ly he was going home in a spring wag n when a bolt in the tongue broke and rigbtened the They started to un and Fred dislocating the ight ankle and Man and Team Take Plunge Holstein Advance Last Sunda morning Henry son of L Wiese had a thrilling experience whil returning from a party at Frahm north of As he was crossing th bridge just west of Henry Ewoldt place on the IdaCherokee line five miles north of town he noticed the heavy rains had flooded the road on thi west side of the bridge but he though he could follow the grade and ge through safely but one of the horses fell and the young man and rig wer plunged into the swift current of the swollen How he got out he does not know only that he grasped dry branch of a tree and after a time managed to climb into the tree where he remained from about 4 unti seven when he was able to attract the attention of Help was called and by the aid of a small twine then a small rope a large rope got to the lad in the tree and after both ends were made one to the tree and one to the bridge Henry managed to get to solid ground Although chilled by the exposure after a few hours rest and a warm meal Henry felt none the worse for the Later a search was made for the horses and The buggy was found about 80 rods from the bridge and the horses about a half mile down the One horse had been drowned and the other stood by its the har ness and lines all Consolidation Meeting A public meeting will be held at the Idle Hour theater Friday evening of this week when the question of consoli dation will be presented to the people of Aurelia and County Super intendent Moeller of Buena Vista coun ty will talk on consolidation and his ex perience in the work will enable him to give a clear idea of the feasibility of the The subject has been discussed by our people considerable for the past week but if you want to get real facts in regard to the matter come out and hear what Moeller has to Attorney Faville of Storm Lake is also expected here and will talk on the legal points of consoli Here will be a chance to get real facts in regard to the matter and every citizen should attend the Everyone in the proposed district is urged to be Good Schools for Farmers Independence BulletinJournal A glance over our exchanges shows that rural school consolidation is marching It is a sure like every other its pathway is lined with the remains of martyrs in advance oi their A good deal of sentimental nonsense has been wasted over the little white school In its time it served a good just as did the straw stable of the for it was the best thing that could be but one is just as much out of date as the Ninety per cent of the American youth do not go beyond the common school and it is a crime against our future citizenship that a large pro portion of them must depend upon the facilities of the oneroof country WEATHER CROP BULLETIN For the Eight Days Ending July Des The average temperature of the week was about seven degrees below the nor mal the first four days being clear and moderately and the last three cool and cloudy with frequent On the evening of the 23d heavy rain accompanied by wind and hail storms did great damage to corn and small grain in Tama and Benton The amounts of rainfall ranged from two to seven Low lands were corn blown down and broken off and small grain was bad ly In the north north western and in some localities in the south central districts the rainfall was light and rapid progress was made in harvesting wheat and early In Montgomery and Adams counties from 5 to 10 per cent of the acreage of wheat and corn will be abandoned on account of fields being too Corn made fair growth but most of it is still about two weeks Threshing has begun n southern counties and a heavy yield of wheat and oats is With the exception of some rotting of all truck crops are Sunday School Picnic Friday Arrangements have been completed or the Methodist Sunday school picnic to be held at Storm Lake Friday of this week the weather Autoes will be furnished for all of the children who will meet at the church at nine Many of the older people will also go by auto while a number of them will go by train as they can make the rip very conveniently in this he picnic will be held at the public park in Storm Lake where they have ffcred to give free use of the grounds nd all of the play ground All are invited to attend this picnic and a good time is To Cut Hill East of Cherokee Times The Cherokee Commercial club is willing to help in the work of repairing the road and cutting down the big hill just east of That is the decision arrived at Friday evening when it was voted to appropriate of the clubs if the board of directors found it The city council has already agreed to appropri ate for the work and about has been raised by private Have You Any If you have any articles about your remises you want to dispose of put a want ad in The Good second and farming tools and other quipment are always salable and it osts but 5 cents a line to let people now what you have to Every week someone reports a ready sale of ome article advertised in our Classi ed the use of which is ecoming more and more Two More Episodes to Million Dollar Mystery Movie Serial Although the serial story of The Million Dollar Mystery ended in last weeks there will still be two episodes in moving pictures which will be given Thursday night of this week and Thursday night of next Bear in mind that the closing episode will be next week and be on hand to see the climax of this thrilling Special Election Monday The question of consolidation will be voted upon the election to be held at the Town Hall in Aurelia be tween the hours of one and Every voter in the proposed district is not only entitled to vote on this question but owes it to himself to do Dont stay at home and depend on the other fellows He may do the Dipolene Stock dip and disinfectant an efficient kills mites and destroys disease germs and protects from infection sheep and For sale at Bischels tf FLIES To chase flies and keep them chased use either one of these ZENOLEUM FLY SCOOT or LEES FLYO CURO Per Gallon PIGS They are nearly all wormy this summer and if you want to save them you must rid them of which is easily done by using
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