Correctionville News, March 31, 1910

Correctionville News

March 31, 1910

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Correctionville News, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1910, Correctionville, Iowa CORRECTIONVILLE NEWS VOLUME XXVIII CORRECTIONVILLE, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1910 NUMBER 46 Young Men Do You Care? If you don't, take any thing in the way of clothes that happens to be offered you. But if you want smart clothes, clothes that radiate style, clothes that are dominated by the same spirit and life that makes and keeps you young, resolve now to wear Ederheimer-Stein Clothes They fit? Yes. Good patterns? Yes. Well made and economical? Yes. These are qual- ities common to many makers' goods. Eder- heimer-Stein clothes are more. They fit your ideas and tastes. They harmo- nize with the life you live and want to live. They are made to be as much a part of you as your features, your manners, your speech. They represent the new idea in clothes mak- ing. Neither extreme nor conservative; neither fancy nor plain; but clothes with a personality, individuality, just like you. These clothes are not made simply for you to wear. They are intended for you to live in. They become you, do you justice, are worthy of you. No other clothes can take their you care. This is the store for Ederheitner Stein Clothes. New Spring Styles are here. See them at Get This Artistic Poster Free One of the handsomest den pictures you can find size 21x28 inches, in colors, done by the famous artist, McFall. The makers of these splen- did clothes for Young Men have sent us a lot to be distributed with their compliments and ours. We will gladly give the poster to every Young Man who will call at our store and ask for it. Leonard Riordan, Our Stock of Wall Paper Will surpass anything in this line which we have carried heretofore. The variety of lOc patterns will be very {food, the medium priced line will be exceptionally .strong, the more expensive line will be rnaile up of man) nice patterns. White Lead and Linseed Qil- The Sherwin-Wil- liams Prepared Paints and Varnishes. A New Stock of Garden Seeds. Edison Phonographs and Phonograph Records. Jewelry Department In this line we have a very nice selection of Ster- ling- Souvenir Spoons. Vest Chains. Fobs. Sleeve and Brooches. C. C. YOCKEY See me for first class storage facilities. Transfer and Dray Line..... G. C. Cooper Correctionville, Iowa J. E. Warier Sons, Contractors Builders. Uckfctx 132, Cherokee Cancer In- firmarv Illllldlj Send For Free Lititature 402 Ave. Cherokee, la REV. A. M. MISEL GALLED AS PASTOR OF LOCAL CHURCH an excellent one and thonough- ly enjoyed. The choir had devoted muc'li time to practicing and the an- thems were given with fine effect. Tlic> pastor, Rev. 11. U. Athcson, of- fered prayer .iftcr winch the follow- ing program was given: Solo, Mibs Mabel Hall; trio, Mary I Bun is, Clarise W.itsou and Edna Lee, Rev. Andrew M. Misel of exercise by Miss Ina Rouse's class- Ohio, lias accepted the call to the selection by the choir, recitation, pastorate of the Congregational Mary Burris; sonff by Miss Bessie church of Correctionville. He writes Patterson's class; reciUtiOn, Mabel that ho will be here with his wife Conklm; motion song by the primary and two daughters about the second! class; exercise by Mrs. Fullerton's Sunday in April. j dass assjstCcl by the choir; recita- After the two sermons recently! I.OD, Lynn Castle; solo by Mr. Porter preached here by Rev Mr. the church by practically unanimous vote decided that if the necessary funds could be raised, to call him as regu- lar pastor. The soliciting committee met with a very friendly public, with the result that the amount necessary was practically subscribed in a short time. Owing to the excessive demand for houses here, the only one available for the new pastor's family is a four- room cottage, next to F. W. Wood- ruff's residence property. The local Congregational church members are much pleased that they are again to have a regular pastor. The Sunday school and Christian En- deavor society as well as the Wo- men's Guild, c been kept up to a high standard of interest and ef- ficiency and now that the regular church services are to he resumed, there is great promise of a foreward movement along church lines in that denomination. Rev. Mr. Misel was west visiting his wife's brother. Rev. Mr. Spiker of Klngsley. la., when the local church Invited him for Sunday services. He made a very favorable impreaaion and will now become pastor here. HAPPY EASTER SERVICE At the Methodist episcopal church last Sunday evening a aud lenco gathered to participate in the happy BMtw' 'program of Cedar Rills, a representative of a lecture bureau who was visiting here; song by the choir. The Epworth League held a well attended sunrise prayer meeting, Raster morning at G.30 o'clock. REV. E. R. MITCHELL STAYS Rev. 13 R. Mitchell, pastor of the United Evangelical churches of this community and W. J. Deming of Trin- ity church, returned Tuesday from Cedar Kapids where they spent a week attending the annual conference of their church. Rev. Mr. Mitchell, reports tliat in spite of many changes in pastor- ates he was again stationed at Cor- rections ille, and given additional as sistancc. He recently rented the Baptist church here and the confer- ence voted that Correctionville bo taken up as a mission. One ser- vice will be held here each Sunday, alternating, morning and evening, with Trinity church. Sunday school each Sunday at 10 a. in. Services will be held every other Sunday after noon at Bethel church. Rev. Mr. Mitchell was one of three at the conference to be granted deacon's orders, one Ot the others being Rev. H. W. Hendricks, former- ly stationed hero, but now of Taylor, lo. Rev. G. W. Mullen of Dea Molnes ia the new presiding elder, succeed- ing Rev. Charles PlcWord who goes to Bed Oak. SPEAKER ELECTED MAYOR; THE CITIZENS TICKET WINS EASILY! B. Speaker Treasurer.............Ira E. Wesley Assessor................J. W. Horner Councilman............M. Moran Councilman..........E. C. Copeland Councilman............R. J. Pattison Councilman..........A. W. Hatfield Councilman..............W. L. Page At the municipal election here Mon- day, the citizens' ticket, which was regularly nominated at the town cau- cus, was elected from top to bottom. The total vote cast was 17o which wus from CO to 75 less than the full electorate of the town. While there was considerable interest shown, ther was no wire pulling or excitement of any kind The vote was as follows: For mayor, H. B. Speaker 134, F. H. Anderson 41, for treasurer, Ira E. Wesley 160, no opposition; for asses- sor. J W. Homer 98, S. B. Rowse Hay Guuning 17; for councilmen, M .Moran 14G, E. C. Copeland 146, R. R J Pattison 144, A. W. Hatfield 137. W. L. Page 122, Charles Hough A. Wdach 41. Messrs. Ander- son, Hough, Welsch and Gunning ran on an independent ticket placed on the ballot hy petition Mr Rowse ran alone on the people's ticket, for The ticket elected is made up men who are making a success of Thuir own husiness and should be 11 qualified to look after the af- fairs of the town la good shape. Speaker, Copeland, Moran and Page were re-elected and the vote given them testifies to the confidence which the taxpayers have in them. The new council will meet Monday night to organize. The regular bus- iness meetings of the council will be the second Tuesday evening of each month. Next Monday is "enual- uatioa day." EIGHT TO CONTEST IN DECLAMATORY EVENT THIS EVE young people from the Cor- rrc uouville high sclirol will compete icit in d uiiatory contest at I lie opera house for the honor of their Hchool in the con- L ol the Athuna Declamatory as Mtion to be held in Correction- vine Friday evening, April S, 1910. The following is the program for tonight: Invocation......Rev, E. D. Acheson Sanctus et Bendictus, Chorus, Gounod Hallelujah, Chorus..........Handel Walter Sehneckloth, "Garrison on UK- De.iUi of John Brown." Vnna Arlington, "The Pilot's Ston.'' Helen Mitchell, "The Sweet Girl Ri.iduato." Duet. Crimson Glow...... John Madison, "Spartaeus to the Gladiators." Ida Bower, "Rescue ot Lyma." Duel. Holy Mother.......Wallace mg Barren, "The Dawning ot a New Era." Bridal Feast... .Graunwald Bethel Smith, "Money Musk Welsch, "Zingarella Decision of judges and awarding of umdals. Under an amendment to the con stituuon made at the Schaller meet- ing List jear, the readings will be dn icU'd into tliree classes, oratorical, dramatic and humorous. Each school shall be entiUed to send a contest- ant and an alternate in each of two classes. The scale of marking shall be- Pronunciation, 10; articulation, 15, carriage and gesture, 25; expres- sion, Thc> judges for the contest tonight will lie from Sioux City, as follows: Attorneys W. L. Harding, H. C. Gard- iner and E. J. Stason. Mr. Harding is one of the representatives in the legislature from this county. The big contest next week Friday night will be attended by a large num- ber from the towns represented, which are: Early, Schaller, Galva, Ilolstein. Washta. Anthon. A spec- ial train on the Northwestern will leave for the east after the contest to take the visitors home. Gold medals for the winners are on exhibition in Castles' show win dow. Superintendent M. D. Smith has been advised of the selection of the following representatives: Drury "Gentlemen the King." Alternate, Opal Averill "The Independence Ot Cuba." Smith, "The TJnex pected Quest." Alternate. Anna Whit taw, "KctttM ot Ljrtta." In the Choice of a Bank Use the same care that you would use in select- ing; a legal adviser or a family physician. This bank with an honorable record of twenty-eight years under state supervision, with abundant capital, a strong directorate, modern facilities to care for your business, invites your thought- ful consideration if you are seeking a depositary for funds. 9 Bailey State Bank SCHOFIELD'S JUNIOR Potato Diggor and Planter As a Planter it marks, drops and covers all at the same time, and it is sold at a prirc that every farmer can afford to buy one, and is so good; that no farmer who plants one of potatoes a year can aSord to be without IS RIGHT Chicken Feeding Fountain's and Brood Coops are money makers for uiosethat raise chick- ens-once used you would not get along without them. I have two No. 3 Owen's Fanning Mills on hand; don't sow dirty yon can get a good mill at a very reasonable price. D. B. SHONTZ WALL PAPER WE are prepared to show you all the new- i designs and colorings in Wall Paper. Our line consists of patterns selling from lOc per double roll to the most costly patterns. We have three lines of special order books representing three wholesale stocks and can please the most discriminating buyer. Let us show you how to decorate your room in the most stylish manner and will be surprised how cheap you can do it. Our own samples are ready for your inspection. Phone 1 W, M, WRIGHT CO, Rapalee Marble Granite Works Have 2oo finished monuments in the best granites known and in modern designs, in prices from to Why not examine them before purchasing your You would not think of buying1 anything else without 5-eeiny it. We will be pleased to them to you ;