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Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1902, Eldora, Iowa v ISSOEDONi WEDNESDAY SATURDAY APRIL 80 Gleaning IB Local and iirdfii County FIELD of intweitto HmU eta1 life t one door south Iloavafrhome made bread for 50c to the old Homeo at Or Stock has again erafiarked in manufacture of cigars at music North Washington arlet fever is still raging in Iowa Af teen quarantines were ordered TK Petty is temporarily assisting1 in the dry goods store of Haas during the enforced of is somewnlt toflto the k f ittVI i i The Sir Elmo Com mandery will observe Ascension day at Iowa Falls May as they annu ally The day will dose with a The Movements of the People to and From Local Hogs Butter 16 An advertisement that attractsst itionvisnt as valuable as one that man who makes np mistakes is fman wbxi never does bteciiltsand maple syrup with inyjother good things at the May next pricepaid for unman ufaotured 13 West tf occulist and aur El Corigregationalchurch ustVwhat badly needed of good the would 3 cpuntyis having a concrete plafforrft laid on the Northeast corner of square for the on being used as tlils farm adjoining thaf town Monitor Norman of Mechariiosvllle and a brother of Editor Purcell of the Ackley was malfled In Chicago a day or He is editor of the MechanJcsville Carrie Jacobs Bond and Miss Jessie of Marshalltqwn gave a recital at the Industrial school on evening and a number were out this city to enjoy the Miss Eleanor McNitt died at the home of her Mark Fen near Eldora Tuesday The deceased was an aunt of Grundy The Murat Halsteads life of Pres dent McKinley should be in every Take advantage of The Her aids unprecedented offer and get one at a nominal Only for The Herald and The Herald hopes that its corres pondents amybe Just as regular sending in their neighborhood news during the summermonths as they have been the winter In quiet is the very time whenwe need the Assistance of OUE correspondents The mothers of Ackley held a meet ing on Friday evening of last and discussed several matters of im portance to them as mothers and the best means of guarding sons and daughters from the numerous tlons with they come in There were a large number Mayor Ellis Rpbb of Eldora has started a crusade against filth on streets and has erected over city gates two mottos Cleanliness is next to Get And below this Abandon all ye who enter an exampte worthy of Emulation lowd v The CrimesRepublican says the passenger pjflce of the Iowa railroad company wW move to Minneapolis May Everything ijvltih the rpadihoiw located will be removed from that city the future no Word comes back from that young Hollister who was taken from the Industrial school a few weeks since to that city on the charge af a double has made a clean breast qf his con fesses to killing his but he did hob murder Jhe sa It is believed that he has told Vv The Heraid had of hurting the feelings the Iowa Falls AS THE PEOPLE COME AND A Ctnfcl RecordMtdeofthe Comlifor tM Stmeer Within On Those Who Tisit Boody is off on a business mission this County Attorney Noble was a Web ster City visitor last Lawyer Ward made a ness visit Alden Ernest Hunter has gone to Mason City to accept a position in a drug Newcomer has been in South Dakota on a business the present Elmer of was in town Tuesday visiting with his brother ponied to the city by Burlln and Miss arrived in the city where been tne will remain for a brief visit at home of the formers f before returning to their Mw Forker arrived in this city on Thursday Mis Ella our county was an Alden visitor Thursday She had Just been to Waterloo attending the meeting of the county superintend ents of the Northeast Iowa About twentyfive were in attendance and a very profitable meeting was re Alden He Is Described as a Veritable stock Hadley the niture returned home from their Chicago visit Mesdames and Davis1 have returned home from their some what extended sojourn at Hot Springs Bath was down from Ack ley yesterday on Sherm is one of the live young business men of that Hardin of Eagle who was a guest at the Hardin home for few returned home Barnes of business at attendance Koeneman to Anthony yesterday to assist Jay diiHcult surgical Frank Foster of Falls was a neighborly caller The of Sentinel it spoke the truth about The payirig waste no more space on the egotistical newspaper many and will keep its 1 been suppiylng the Owasa year fice while In town attending the con vention Newton Penny of the Etna town ship delegation to the county con was caller while In town Harry Hole orthe clothing firm of Hole has been receiving a visit from his Hole of Marshalltbwn this former rector of the of this de partedyesterdayfor become May success attend Ed the LeMars was doing business in the city and favored The Her ald with a brotherly Ed is a Jolly good Seaton of spentThursday night In tpwn and re mained here yesterday to attend the county and with the county Noble was In the on State The Ratal Neighbors far from Put in telephones last year Farmers built a rural Instruments all talked up All you had to do was ring Every bell went tingaling One for two for Long and short call for old Everyneighbor had his Twist the crank and that was Mighty nice when work was through To gossip for an hour or two With your one by one Mighty nice but lots of fun To hear some other two Telling what was not for Every time the signal To the phone each farmer SIyly grinned and softly took receiver from the hook Other peoples secrets dear Poured into his large red ear his legs and I swum Telephoning lots of in a week Troubles began to Farmer Jones got fighting hot Heard Scrogs call him a Farmer Scrogs seemed too Heard Smith telling what he Smith heard Johnson telling lies Paid him off with two block Johnson heard young Isaac Boggs Underbid him on his Boggs oerheard a sneaking churl Make love with his best were in the Kalsedjimost tremendous Everyone from Scrogs Jones In gloss houses throwing Now the linehas silent Wires poles oerthrown Twenty friends were deadly Each one full of griefs and Each too mad to speak a Cause of things theyd THE SORT OF A MAN HE He Mikes Men Nty Him on Account of His to Those who Receive madea The Herald office Ice all you want at 26 cents per at Logan They Trust to The council of with great passed an order the other day that the streets of that city should be swept once a week and the dlrtcarrled The council here at Alden didnt pass any such an order They didnt say anything about sweep Ing the streets once a Just the the streets were swept as clean as a boardingThouse Monday and then scrubbed and scoured Tuesday until there wasnt enough dirt left on them to soil a chiffon skirt with Rink flchu trjramlng It was done by the Wf dont have to resolute when we want pur streets We just trust and luck It is betteir to be luoky than rlch7Alden irons ot nla nnli It The Keokuk Gate City of a few days since contained the following rich and racy account of the methods pursued by our fellow Pies the president of the FleenerCar nahan tax who is at present at work in Lee county with headquarters at It is so rich that we cannot resist the temptation to copy it into the Her ald columns A JHARACTEK It is the president of the Fleener Carnahan company who is on the ground He is the man with the flagon of oil constantly ready for the troubled He could stop a lynching bee in induce a train bandit to contribute to the pas a Chinaman to tell the 01 persuade a divorced to let her exhusband keep the He could have released Miss Stone with out a cent of or have made the Empress Dowager ask Minister Conger to lock her up in an American It is hoped that some faint idea of the diplomacy and skill and ability of the man has been conveyed to the reader of The Gate He Is a man of medium quick movements which are also gentle and a mobile face that Is very expres sive or expressionless as a pancake as occasion He has an eye of the softness that attracts a woman and the penetration which bores into a mans very soul with a NOT TO He is as accommodating anfr clever as con possibly If one goes Into ask him a simple one feels like striking him for a loan of a five or oten before one would not get a dime without good but that Is the side of his character wtilcli is beneath the surface unless prodded Ho has superb knowledge of char acter reading and sublime confidence in He would entrust a thous and dollars to some shabby man in the street if It was desirable and he could get one good look at the and the man was really honest he would not entrust some men in high places with ten cents in Canadian If they were not strictly he would bet the money on his ability to distinguish between the honest shab by man and the rascal In a silk hat with a bible in his It may be desirable for the peopleto know in advance what kind of a man will be here in about three The above is merely a sketch but It Is not a caricature and ac curate in its impressionistic picture of the president of the tax ferret com pany POLICY OFTHE What has been written discloses the policy of the Its principal tenet is to slide in move accomplish results as the law walk to the door with arm around the shoulders of the and slip away with a invitation to calf And In some wpnderf ul so hard to understand after studying that president of the accomplish this Not an ihvlta atlon from the owners that be or the people who their clutches but the people Who paid In good money for back taxes and therefore abandoned that trip to visit away from home this spring are the ones who wish them An illustration Isthat the Fort Madison man told of above and his opinion of An effort was made to findsomebody who would scarify the tax but it was unsuccess ful probably there are some people who would be glad of the opportunity but people well informed In Fort Madison could not send the represent ative of The Gate City to any of that Their policy is prima facie good sense they work it to HOW TO DEAL WITH The advice which those who have been there give to others going there Is this Unless you area diplomatist your hire one to represent It Is more satisfactory to have a not only one who knows the but one who is skilled in the wiles of ac tual Not so much a knowl edge of law is required as is skill in conducting a Avoid a for your Let your attorney have his own way and obey his Instructions if you go into the lions den dont talk believe you are a deaf mute and your lawyer must talk for Do not lie and do not give up a po sition that is the but prove In the your attorney tells you o pay the tax do it as soon as possi ble if you have not the cash ask for as much time as you et if if you are IF YOU ARE If you are actually caught and mow dont go to the expense of hiring a lawyer go in and see how much time you can get to raise the if you and tell them rankly you will pay Dont worry about a There is little chance of your lawyer advis ing you to go into he or ferrets will have given In by the time the conference is without much If you so decide to go into ret some of the very best legal talent to be had and make up your mind to tight like the Boers have Missionary Hopkins of Secunder will speak in the Baptist church this afternoon at Hopkins will lecture Sunday morning on The Caste System of the Sunday evening there will be a union service jit which Hopkins will give his lecture on A Trip throughvHjindopstan with ster eopticon Having sold out our clothing stock and wishing to close up all book ac counts we would ask all who know themselves endebted to us to call and settle by cash or note at Book at First National MARTIN Moved to Van who has bee n manager of the Cedar Valley telephone company in this city for the past year moved his family to Eldora this week where they will in the future Bartlett is an honorable thoroughly Informed in his profession and untiring in his effort to please the patrons of his Lambert will have charge of the local station while Bartlett will give both this city and the county seat his personal attention in behalf of the company he Bartlett Isone ot the best Informed men in central Iowa regarding telephone work as well as a fine Come up New Enterprises Wanted PLENDID OPENING for a Bank a gbpd a Livery and other Well located business and residence lots Special inducements to first Address W southeast worth Initfte pre8 ffis iuccewr at Qwasa wlll be Kose will given A preilminary Bearing on Tuesday af Jtijs thought The Jersey top s a 1 i1 will be abiff to appear in whenroomJs the and althouifh in Umb JuaMiuraon Dolltd 9egeand of Sutherlan stopped off At this station Wednesday to mee irregular mpnthjy while from to W you in yqur Ideas Geiger was vsit Eldora ve a flannel one of tft early agents of the 4t this i station is now the better let one petticoat of wepresume 1C the form ernmeftt Report Bakiiig Powder to v
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