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   Carroll Times And Carroll Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Carroll, Iowa                                vs Axm T 4i VOLUME xv fv OtTB CORPS TEACHERS Those Who Will Have Charge of the Educational Welfare of the Children The schools of Carroll will open Monday morning at for another nine months of work by the young It will sound good to hear the school ring each morn ing again after a silence of three We suppose that thd chil dren have had flue time the past summer and that they are now fresh and eager to take up their studies for the There has been sev eral changes mads In the corps of teachers who will have charge the coming school Some new faces will be they come all well recommended and Indica tions have1 it that good work will be done this year as has been done in the Carroll citizens are to he congratulated upon the fact of hav Ing good schools and always having a good corps of The following constiute the teachers for the winter term High School Harriet Dwight Helen Ruth Grades Margaret t Mae 7th Anna 6th June Btli Jennie 4th Nnai 3rd Margaret 2nd 2nd Clara 1st South Side School Mary Advanced Kathleen Primy Janitors North South The School Board president secretary treas urer and AND CARROLL SENTINEL AUGUST 1911 THE CARROLL PAIK NEXT WKEK Big Doings Every Minute at the Pair Grounds Hero September Oj 7 null Next week is the week when we will do things on GUI own fair So far we have been busy attending other peoples fairs and listeningto the good reports that have been coming In regarding the attendances and exhibits and fun at other fairs in the Now that we have done our share towards others let us get busy and do our share toward our own It Is a Carroll county It Is an Institution In which we all or should It is do ings that are backed by you and us and everybody who are privileged to live in the best County In the of Let us not go back on Let us each do pur little share to wards making It just a little bltbet it has ever been Youf admission fee one day will help just that let the few qgjts stand in the way of making Carroll county talked about by our And again If you have anything to show at the bring Every added exhibit means just that much toward the success of the fair in the Last year we had a dandy It was the best that has been held here in This year we are going to improve on The exhibits of live produce and domestic articles are going to be THE CARROLL BOOSTERS BOOST The Carroll County Fair Advertised In the Right Way Friday and Monday Friday afternoon at 1 oclock the Boosters for the Carroll County Fair started out in 12 autos and made the following towns Coon Man Halbur and The day was a most miserable one ag the dust In the roads was deep and the Boosters were covered with The to be attractions are going Ther races are going it when they returned to Carroll in the They were given a hearty welcome in each The Booster band played several selec tions in each notwithstanding the ate a spoonful of dust every time they While the band would play the citizens passed advertising for the fair and mixed with the people of their sister towns and in each case a further bondiof friendship was cemented for Carroll and the Carroll County Every person went In the trip Friday is a real The following are the owners of cars whofurnished con veyance for Friday Fred Swaney driving Marsh Buntings Frank Cay Balrd driving Arts FrltZf Joe The FViday bunch was In charge of If8 Death of Henry Rose The community in which had lived sd many years Henry Rose was sadly shocked Friday evening to hear herdeath occurred at the home Roselle She had been all for some years but not of a nat ure which would cause Fri day evening about six oclock she was suddenly taken with hemorrhage of the lungs she passed to the arms of her Maker with whom she had made her peace long The funeral services were held from Ar Tuesday afternoon and the re mains were laid to rest in the Luth eran cemetery Deceased was born in and was x about 70 yearp of age at the time of her She had been a resi dent of this county about 30 years was the honored mother of a respected She is survived by ajovlng husband and three William and one and August preceded her to the great All of her children live In the coun ty and are honored and highly re spedTid citizens and to them go out the sympathy of the community The implicit confidence that many people have in Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is founded on their experience In the use of that remedy and their kfnow ledge of the many remarkable cures of diarrhoea and dysentery that to be better and the spirit of doing and appreciating things is going to be The secretary has been a man the past few get ting a line on all the things that will begood and you are not going to be disappointed if you Make It a point to attend the Makeit a point to get your neighbor to at tend the Come in and spend a day visiting with your neighbors and Make it a day of joy and good deeds and profitable to Dont pass up the It will be as as any other fair in this part of the state and your at tendance wfll help much toward Dont forget the September 7 and When talking toahadvertiser In THETIMES saw hie ad In that It will helpus and we will appreciate any little word you can say for Sheriff not because they were committing any but be cause his presence lent dignity to the occasion and besides that he handled the Boosters nicely In lining up the cars and getting them in and out of When the Boosters returned to Carroll in the evenings they were hardly the dust having settled on them an Inch so It they were happy and felt that It was good to On Monday afternoon promptly at 1 oclock the Bosters left again for the western and northern part of the The rain on Sunday laid the dust and the trip Monday afternoon was real The Boosters made the following towns that afternoon Maple Ar West Lake Ther The brainless knockers who had to get their ham mer out regarding the1 Boosters trip Friday and Monday ought to be hamstrung and We heard several of our supposedly good citizens use their little If Carroll could only get rid of that ilk how much better the town would he You pitiable excuses of man you cheap imitations of real you disgrafies to your fore you miserable warped pos sessors of a thimble full of thin whoare knocking this Boost er take this from We know who you are and we know that you will read here even though you have to flghtto read your neigh bors iris just such as you that buries a A SAD ACCIDENTAL DEATH A Templeton Young Man Met Awful Death Under Riding Plow latst Henry a son of and Henry of near Tem met death last Thursday fore noon while It seems that the young man was subject to at tacks of He was in the field Thursday morning plowing with a three horse team and riding the It is thought that he was taken with an he the front of the The horses It has maler For sale by Retten 94t Who the Liquor Henry Smith Williams in the Ladies Home Journal has this to say in regard to tljie Prohibition question In1880 the amount of liquor con sumed in the United States aggregat ed less than one uillion The per capita consumption being In 1907 the amount of liquor consumed had risen above the two billion gallon the per capita consumption being gal This Is the very decade the prohibitionists point to as wit nessing the rapid spread of local op In the twenty years the consumptionof liquor hasmore thandoubled in the United In 1890 tljere was comparatively lit tle territory under In 1910 about half the territory of the United States was under such We forced to conclude either that one half the territory of country now con sumes more or else that the dry territory are far enough from being dry in any literal Fair next OPARA HOUSE TUESDAY 5 THE SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD FRED RAYMONDS FAMOUS DOMESTIC COMEDY GRAND IN ITS SIMPLICITY GREAT IN ITS INTENSITY GORGEOUS IN ITS ENTIRETY THE MISSOURI Prices Advance Sale at Tyndales Drug Lanesborp and were sixteen autos on MonaayVfternoon and each one loaded to its fullest Speeches were made at the various towns by representative the band played and the town were in a receptive mood anda general good time was Huess mann at Carmel idlsmissed school so that the children could see the sights and hear the band and when he was called upon he made a fine little talk of welcome and apprecia Father Huessmann is one the good boosters for allthat per tains to the good of Carroll The Boosters returned to Carroll at about seven oclock in the tired but The are the auto owners who furnished con veyance Monday afternoon In Strohms pilot Swaney in Marsh Buntings car Parsons Prank driving Arts car Frank Halblg Albert McNabb Judge Thielen Kllck Vic Schlrck Beyer Hess Joe and The band which furnished the the two days was composed of the following Leo Joe Louis George Reese Father Fred Mln ges and Joo kept on going and ne was caught under the plow in such a manner one of the plows caught him under the chin and dragged him about sixty feet before he was loos The horses did not stop until they end of Death was A broth who by in the same field was the Brit on the scene of the he noticing the team without a driver Help was Im mediately called the remains were taken and County was He a jury of John John P Sandrock and Frank Ferne ding lyhlch returned a verdict of ac cidental funeral serv ices were held from the home Sat urday forenoon and services were held over the remains in Sacred Heart church in The young man was poijularly and well known in that He was age ibeen raised manhood there r He is a son of a good family1 and he had CARROLL COITXTY BOOSTKnS Big Delegation Attend Stntc Fair Wednesday Going via Spe cial Train Promptly at G oclock Wednesday morning Conductor Kerlln on the Special Booster Train on the gave the signal to pull out and people from this vicinity started for DesMolnes to see the big The cars were decorated with large banners the Boosters each wore a tag proclaiming him a live one from Carroll At Olidden the train stopped and 88 boosters from that vicinity boarded the Ralston County Boosters joined the This brought the total on the train to nearly After the train had left Ralston there no stops made to take on any more passen gers and in fact there was no room for more people as the train of sev en coaches was comfortably At Boone a telegram was sent to the daily papers at Des Molnes an nouncing the fact that we were on the The Booster train arrived at Des Moines at and the Boost ers then walked to the East Des Moines Rock Island Station where a special train was in waiting and half an hour later Carroll countyhad in creased the State Fair by nearly 5001 Some little had in locating the Car ahost of friends untimely who mourn if his Booster Notes Its good to be That little band of rooting horns was The band was a feature that pleased Tho Boosters returned to Carroll We all love after tho street sprinkler has doused Atany rate our sister towns In the county know that wo are There were only a few minor troubles In tho way of tiros during the two Frank Nockols Is the man who lined up the cars and worked the hardest to make tho Booster trip a Hats off lo Notwithstanding the few knocks that some of tho habitual knockers town had to give the BOOST wo did some good for tho fair and for our Carroll Is just waking up to know what real boosting And not only Carroll is finding that it doesnt cost much to bo a booster and it makes one feel mighty Wo want to say this much that each and every man who donated his car aad his time towhrds his trip Is a The Times wants to The Fninily Driving Horse Of all the domestic animals the horse stands at the head of the Ho lightens mans burdens and con tributes much to his The family driving horse is espa clally in He not only lakes his place In the alongside of more powerful on ac count of his docility and he is entrusted to haul the family wherever fancy He is guided by the as well as the parent when Is not tp allow any cousin of Inferior quality to pass him on the family driving horse has been greatly in demand the last few The advent of the automobile has put out of use for driving bronchoos and horses of IQW who have no horse It is very seldom that colts good breeding on seeing an auto for the first scare at are too sensible to show fear over such trivial Family driving been greatly In demand in Carroll as well as elsewhere this Two hun dred to three hundred dollars have been paid for Some of them are not beauties In but gentle ness and the two great desirable have to bo well paid Usually a sensible per son will not begrudge 100 to for disposition U is quite a roll county tent but after it had been found and word had been passed around that there was a place for county people to rest the tent was occupied all day by the Boosters dropping In a few at a time to take a few minutes According to reports everybody had a good We believe that after the majority had seen the flight of the airships they were satisfied and figured they had value received for all the money spent for the During the entire no matter which way you you would up with some one wearing the little red booster tag from Carroll The majority of the Boosters re turned to town before seven oclock and we believe that the return train could have left Des Moines two hours earlier without inconveniencing any The special train left at and we arrived home this morning at 2 The day was a long and one on the EciaJers they were all tired put but they were all happy and It was a good stunt for Carrol It was a stunt that will be followed up by many other localities next We are pleased to note the number of good Boosters we have in the COMJUTTKn SUICIDK THURSDAY Stranger Jumps Krbni Car and is Instantly Killed Here In Yards Last Wednesday evening Marshal Schmich picked up a man who was acting peculiar and placed him In jail over In the morning ho was given a meal and was set to work helping unload brick in the He continually talked of killing himself and was of a morose The night be fore he tried to knock his brains out with an Iron It was decided to send him out of town and after he had been given his ar rangements were made to send him east on the passanger in the About three oclock Marshal Schmich started to the depot with He left the man with the force unloading of brick while he attended to some minor About that tldie the switch engine backed down toward the Hughes that was the name he gave Schmich was sitting in the Suddenly he made jump for one of the end windows of the car crawling allowed himself to fall in front of the now moving He was cut nearly in The County Coroner was called and ap pointed Taylor Nelson and Merritt Winter a jury which brought in the verdict that Hughes had vol untarily met death by being run over by a moving The remains were burled in the Carroll cemetery Friday The dead man carried no Identification about his clothes except that he had a brother In Word was sent there Immediately and on Mon day a He said that a mother of the dead man lives in Greeley that Hughes was always but that he had become overheat in a machine shop this summer and since then had not just Hughes returned to his home the same evening and It is the intention of the family to leave the remains in their last resting place NUMBER WORK TO BKGIN LV A MONTH Tenney Will Here to Jnt In ins Will Take Four Months According present Indications Carroll people enjoying gas lighting and heating here within the next six to whom the city has granted a twenty five year franchise to biiild and operate a gas plant in was here Friday and went over the field He was accompanied by Secretary and Manager of the American Construc tion which will do the and Redman was en thusiastic regarding the favorable outlook here and thinks that he will be able to put in the entire Including piping all over the city In about four Regarding the location of the plant Tenney said he was dealing several parties and he though that a deal would be closed within the Tenney feels highly with the treatment he has received here and he said that the vote given him in favor of the franchise was the most unanimous he had ever re ceived he has some 40 plants In the middle He said that he considered it a compliment to him and hisplant and in return he would see to it that the citizens of Carroll would get only the best and fairest of treatment at his The system that he will put In here is known as the Tenney a gas made through water in some and one which Is giving the best of satisfaction wherever in K is a process Invented and used only by So far gratified the COMPANY D NOTES Company D will give a Dedication ball some time the latter part of x be classed as a Booster and anything for those men wo will we can do gladly comfort to feelthat the family is secure so long as drawn by the good gentle family Tho younger generation of Carroll as well as is ask ing for better They drive Id town with bettor horses than their fathers did and take more pride In the appearance oE tholr driving out They are awakeningto tho fact that it pays to raise the best whether it bo chickens or They aro also realize that it takes brains to farm success fully mid that an agricultural educa tion Is as necessary to farming as bookkeeping is necessary to conduct a mercantile an aero land is too dear to raise a poor grudo of To realize a rea sonable per cent on the host of horses must be When Carroll county awakens to this fact and prompt action is taken then It will become the banner coun ty ofIowa so far as good family drivers are Whan bilking to an advertiser In TUB TIMES tell him you saw his ad In that It will help us and we will appreciate any little gocrt word you can sny for Fair Notes It is claimed that hogs are exhibited this Who said Carroll County doesnt know how to Boost We are glad we were We are also glad that everybody else was The Carroll County Boosters was a well behaved crowd and a credit to the best county in the It Is estimated that close to 000 people were on the State Fair Grounds There certain was a large We saw many funny things at the Owing to a lack of time we aro compelled to forego of them until our next Many people were heard to say that they had enough fair for ten Yet those same people will take It in next That is always the Wonderful how well some people can sleep on a moving cially after being up and taking in a fair since about 4 oclock In the Tho State Fair grows bigger every It is the first time wo had seen it aud wo must adniltthat it about seven times bigger flian wo had Imagined it to The Holder boys had a fine loca tion for the exhibition of their gaso line tractor judging from the number ot farmers always at their the tractor was making Itself Merits It was a uotlcablo fact that the majority of the Boosters on the train Wednesday wore That should mako us feel When you get the farmers started to boost lug tor your things will be who has been at the Vnir all viook as commissioner of sanitation In tho Hvo stock de was glad to ace tho Carroll it was through him and the Holder hoys that so fine a location was given Carroll head ulsp had a special train of boosters at the fair Wednes as Newton Is only walking distance from Dos Molnes tbey did not off a stunt that outranks Carroll a And besides that they only copied the Carroll idea and got up their booster train the last min Company D a figure of merit of Tills entitles them to 1000 rounds Captain Philpot is elected Major of the 3rd Battalion vice Major of Ida is promoted to the first Company D would like to add new Call on Helmer and get particulars as to Company D wants to make as good a showing as any other com pany in the Private Osten makes marksman 200 300 yards 35 500 37 Total Private Ellis makes score 200 35 300 35 500 yards 32 Private David Ducket qualifies as score 200 42 300 42 500 yards 35 000 Rapid 33 Skirmish Musician Frank Seyller qualifies as score 200 40 300 30 500 44 600 yards 43 Rapid Fire 43 Skirmish 40 245 Hump the happy and excellent cook of tho besides being one of the best biscuit shooters in tho state also showed that lie could bo some sharp shooter by qualifying with the following score BOO yards 37 300 yards 35 iOO yards Total 100 An Invitation Company D extends a cordial invi tation to the public to bo present at their drills on Tuesday This Is tholr regular Mglit mid the Invitation is not only good for next lupsday for every Tuesday Tho men havo boon drill Ing regularly for over a your and have paid such strict attention to tliulr work Hint they aro ilosonfng o i lie support of the cltlziMia of Car At tho present tlmo tlio best support that you can givo the boys Is to turn and sbow thorn that yon tako an Interest In Any one who attends these drills cannot help but become interested hi our local plants are installed in New Belle and many other like cities in the According to reports these cities are well pleas ed with the gas and the service they are getting of is to the credit of Carroll citizens are to bo congratulated upon having taken another step IOWA WEATHER CROP BULLETIN lies Weather Crop Bulletin for Week Ending Anguit 1011 The was cool and unusually dry only a few light and widely scattered showers In many localities over the western and southern counties no rain felldur ing the and in those sections the drought is still In the northeastern district the railfall was more and practically all crops are in excellent but considerable small grain in shock has been damaged by the continu ous wet weather during the past five In other sections of the state corn on light or rolling ground is dying and some of it is already being Reports made on August 25th by the correspond ents of this Service show that the average condition of corn was 75 per or a gain of 6 points since August With normal weather conditions about 65per cent of the crop will be safe from frost on Sept ember 15th SO per cent on Septem ber 2nth 95 per cent on September and practically all of It by October The average condi tion of late potatoes on August 2Dth was 54 per or an improvement of 20 points since August In many localities in western and south localities farmers are feeding theif stock green corn on account of no Much more than the usualaniont of corn will be cut and saved as a substitute for Fall Plowing is progressing In sections where sufficient rain has fallen to soften the In other sections that work lmsbeen Ap peaches and grape crops aro larger than A summary of the late reports from show the avorago yield ot small grain to be as follows Winter 30 bushels per acre spring wheat 14 25 22 and timothy 3 bushels per To Cleanse and Heal Deep Cuts ioney Back If It The Fair next Have It an hand HANFORDS Balsam of Myrrh For Stiff Lame Old Open Wounds and all External Made Since SOo and   

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