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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Eldora, Iowa                                I Official County Paper b Prints All the News Published Weekly En tercel as second class mat ter February at tliu post under act of Mured FVOLUME HARDIN JULY NO BALL GAMES AT ELDORA THIS WEEK Lake City Team Disbands Leaves Home Team Unfill ed and OOERNOIl CARROLL Jury of Polk County Charges Criminal Libel of John On Wednesday afternoon the grand jury of Polk County returned an indictment of Governor Carroll charging him with criminal libel of John The charges were made during the primary campaign and when the governor was trying to force Cownie from the board of Neither Carroll nor Cownie will make any A LONG LIFE DYSART FROM ELDORA Itnlsed Umpire At Clear Lake Causes Kirk To Call His Men Off In Eighth No game at home this week and the fans are about ready to croak they are so thirsty for a Those that can will have to try and stand it until Monday when Mason City will come here for a two days those who cannot wait will have to journey to Mason City eith er Friday or The reason that there was no game here this week after they were Such caseg longevlty are rare SPLENDID MEETING OF HARDIN TEACHERS WILL FIX Annual Institute Being Held at E dora High School This Successful INSTRUCTORS ARE POPULAR Attendance Good and Everyone Working With Enthusiasm and Iowa Executive Council Concludes Hearings on Corporation NEWCX A telegram from Nebraska Nebraska on the 15th gave an account of the death of Edward Wliited on the 14th Deceased was an uncle of the writer and was born in New York April being at his death 99 months and ten days billed ia that late Tuesday afternoon Manager Kirk received a message that Lake City had disbanded that Kirk then tried to get other First he tried Clear Lake but there was nothing Then Mason City hoping they would have an open date for Thursday so they could switch dates letting Ma son City come here Fri day and Saturday and Eldora go there Monday and but this also fell through with so fans have to keep cheerful and try Eldorus Percentage t Now will and Stephen Miss Dora Ballou and Henry Bal lon of are visiting at the Greef The Herald takes orders for en graved cards and embossed station ery for See samples at this Karl Greef returned home the first of the week from where he was attending a house The Hubbard Mutual Telephone has incorporated after absorb ing twenty different rural lines in that The members of the base ball team stood for their picture at who leads the American League the diamond Wednesday Eldora percentage is now 774 or about 100 ahead of the big for Chicago who leads the National League lias 633 and Philadelphia Note the batting and fielding averages of the players in this The Weeks Games All Away From Eldora lost the game Wednesday of last week with Charles City get ting but two City got runs while Charles Emrey pitched a fine game but errors fixed Charles City had one earned rua while both of Eldoras were The umpires at Charles City were one having the least kick The score R H E 00001100 0 2 7 5 Eldora Chas City 02000003 6 1 Battery f or Emery and for Charles Palmer and Charley Boys Thursday Eldora retailiated on Charles City by a score of three to On account of the death of Kirks father at Marshalltown Jack son played In the second Hill for Charles City made a home the only score they Frank Lutgen was In fine shape and pitch ed elegant Eldora has defeat ed Charles City now three out of live The score Eldora 1 00 2 0 0 J 0 7 2 Charles C01000000 6 2 Battery for Lutgen and for Charles Green and Clear Lake Easy Friday Eldora played anteover with Clear Lake seven to Really it was a shame to show them up and on their home grounds The score Eldora 30020101 12 1 Clear L 00000110 7 2 Battery for Eldora Jackson and for Clear and Saturday at Clour Saturday Clear Lake was on they had to win that They had been losing for so long that it was absolutely neces sary to get They watched their chance and began their dirty The umpire was affected with a severe case of gout and so waa not responsible for his actions Some are of the opinion that he was blind in one eye and could not see well out of the Finally things got so bad that who had arrived that noon went out on the diamond to talk to the umpire and as he didnt have a suit on they proceeded to mob Even thi marshal Interpreted his dutiea tc that he had authority to tel the manager of the visiting team tc get oft the Then Kirk went to the aide line and called the Photo by Cruzan who has been visit Ing his the past week left today for to visit other effort is being made to hold base ball tournament at Iowa Falls sometime the first week In Two good games will be scheduled for each after noon between sqme o the best teams in the wife and two chil dren have been visiting at the Anderson home this Frazier was formerly agent at the Iowa Central leaving here to take the office at He has The annual gathering of the teachers of Hardin County In what is known as the teachers institute Is now in progress in The attendance this year is the en rollment being close to Many teachers are also attending summer school which is one of the things that has been urged year after year by Miss The Institute has an able body of instructors including Stout Cornell Hezzlewood of Iowa Rusmisel of Buntley of Colgrove of Cedar VanNess of Dennlson and Miss Alice Wilson of Des Miss Scurry is acting as During this Institute Miss Scurry has provided a number of the first being by Stout at the Methodist church Monday Tuesday evening a most pleasant social gathering was held at the high school building and Wednes day evening at the Baptist church Rusmisel delivered an inter esting lecture on devel oping especially the story of Friday evening at the Congrega tional church Colgrove will his subject not having been announced Following is the list of teachers enrolled up to Wednesday Carrie Tena Ueulah Emille Gertrude Lydia Thedu Edith Jessie Bird been compelled to give up his work with the railroad on account of ill Mabel Elsie Florence Anna Jessie Lena Julia Pearl Flusn Olive Florence Gladys Cozftle Chloe Anna Elhyn Gertie Marie Maude team telling them that they did not need to play any When he game broke the score stood to 5 in favor of A ball team must put up with a ot when they are away from Dywait Sunday too much Southward was n part responsible for the result f the He with the aid of he umps struck out seventeen Emery walked hit two and out To say the least he umpire at the first Dysart game was very poor on al Uough Monday Eldora got a square Crip Green made he winning score for Dysart and after the game he came and told some of the men who were over rom here that he was really out it base when the umpire called him This decision probably chang ed the result ofthe Th escore Eldora 00000010 5 2 Dysart 00000020 4 0 Battery for Emery and Lutgen Southward and Clara Eva Josle HTKAMIIOAT Lottie Nora Christie Itessle Caroline Fern Hoy IlatUe NKW Elizabeth Delia Uoss Battle Arthur IJess Leota Edith Ethel Cora Eulah Evalena Mabel Charles Margie Myrtle Clementine Emma Ella Nellie Hulda Arllla Harry Minnie Mllllcent Rebecca Mury Magirte Bessie Monday At Monday Harvey pitched at Dy Although ho has boon with Eldora all season in the field he had never pitched a game Harvey has some good ball tucked up In his little The whole team appeared to be on the bum and seemed unable to get their heads in working Harvey forced two runs after bases were full and the thlcd came in on an The acore i R H E Eldora 00000200 5 3 Murgretta 01 rro it Nellie Ploy Peurl Evelyn Sadie Helen Agnes CEDAR Bessie OAEtDKN Lola Lucy Nell Caroline Delia UKH Annette Grace Myrtle Florence Elmer Bessie Edwin Ethel Olive Hilda Louise Elsie Kulif Marie Cora Lulu Mury Hazel HalUe Veva Uay Louise Muudo Mury Cartlia Ruby Ruth Daisy Winnie Gertrude IOWA Leone Edna lOclnii SiiHlo iruco Untile Mabelle Bornlco Lottie Mildred Eulalla Blanche Frances Dysart x 3 2 7 Battery for Harvey and for Dyaart Van Winkle and t Hiunboldt Gets Team Word waa received today that Humboldt had taken over the Lake City BIiDORA Etta Mary Verna Lois Emma Bessie Inez Mary Bessie Vera Ralph Fay Bens Mamie Flossie Helen Leona Alllaa Hazlyn Lylo Jegsle Vivian Lucia Nellie Ethel Ella Esther Beatrice Ayleswortblwc Carrie Lois Mercy KdltUIC I Clara Newc ESTABLISHED NUMBER 34 iRL Company INCORPORATED 1908 We Will Make a Dos July Iowa Executive Council has just con eluded hearings on the valuations of telephone and express properties in the state and will before the first Monday in August complete the schedule of valuations for assess The council this year also fixes the assessment valuations on personal Real estate as sessments will not be adjusted un til next It is considered quite probable that the council will make quite a radical adjustment in valuations of personal properties as the discrimi nation between counties is now quite It is extremely un likely however that any material change will be made in the valu ation of Representatives of the various railroads operating in Iowa appear ed before the council and showed that the net earnings fell off ma terially during the past For the last year the total net earnings of roads in Iowa amounted to whereas the year before they amounted to The notearnings were cut it was generally claimed by the railroad because of the In creased cost of W counsel the Burlington and Quincy stated that during the last year the cost of operating was per mile whereas during the preceding yeai it was but per The inequitable taxation of railroads as compared with other taxable prop erty in he said is responsi ble for the fact that the mileage of steam railroads has not increased ir Iowa one mile during the past sev en The taxes against his road he stated are now double wha they were twenty five years ago and he expresed the belief he wil not see another mile of steam rail road built in Iowa until the matter taxation is Twenty fiVe years he said the taxes were 5 per cent of the net earnings last year they were 11 per cent and this he said they will amount to 14 per Dudley of rep rseenting the Milwaukee and Paul Railway explain ed to the executive council the In justice ef the practice hitherto etu ployeEd of fixing railroad valua tions on gross earnings of a railroad instead of on net He ex plained that in proportioning the gross earnings among states the roads take the track mileage as a So if a road has ten miles trackage In Iowa and ten miles In Minnesota the gross earnings are divided equally between those states regardless of the cost of opera alion and the amount of business over Hence he stated the gross earnings are not a fair basis for fixing valuations as in one case the operating expenses would lie much greater and tho net earnings He suggested that Iowa ia given as large an allotment of gross earnings as whereas the cost of operation In Illinois Is much greater because of tho big terminals maintained When asked by Governor Carroll If such un allotment would not benefit the company in the matter of paying taxes It was explained it would not IH the levy is the same In Iowa and Representatives of the various roads did not ask a reduction in valuation assessments but claimed that there should be no because of the failing off of net earnings and the increased expense nf maintaining and operating the The auditor of state has just compiled the totals of assessable property in from the reports of the ninetynine county This is now in the hands of tho ex ecutive which may make some With respect to personal property the report shows the following noted for as BCBsinent Moneys and Merchandise Corporation stocks Capital employed in mfg Vehicles Furniture Other personal property It ia intereatlng to note the amount of moneys and credits reFirst National ported for taxation and to compare1 FARM MORTGAGEES IOWA What better evidence do you wish to convince you of a fact than that which you see before you every Other people find our loans as safe and substantial as GOVERNMENT BONDS and a MUCH BETTER We are prepared to take care of you for either a long or short If you have funds you are holding for from one to six months or a year and do not care to purchase a five year call and let us explain pur plan for taking care of you at a good rate of the business for forty years without the loss of a NEWCOMER Iowa COOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOC The Month of Roses and Brides Have just received a new line of FOLDING UMBRELLAS And other useful articles suitable for PRESENTS FOR THE BRIDE EZRA NUCKOLLS OOOOOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOOOOOOOC Special Price Fancy Greys Summer Have a few Choice Patterns left which we wish to close out before fall goods come ELDORA CLUB AFIELD AND AT THE BAT Batting and Fielding Percentages of the Team WITH THE AB H 39 16 98 33 105 35 108 34 107 32 66 17 Frink 26 7 Lee 93 23 115 26 I 25 5 26 2 Batting average of PCT 337 3113 314 299 273 2fi9 247 226 200 77 ON THE PO A E 64 6 1 Frank 13 16 1 16 40 2 241 9 10 67 49 7 Lee 157 20 5 43 5G 7 25 2 2 62 73 14 4 23 5 West 15 30 5 PCT 986 966 962 960 940 932 929 926 896 814 800 Fielding average of Kirk really leads the batting list aa Marshall is a comparatively new man with the with that figure tho total amount of money actually deposited in Iowa banks by depositors on the last bunk call last which was It is very apparent that ovor was not This fact is pointed out with considerable emphasis by those who advocate abolishing the taxation of moneys and They say a fair assessment cannot be The reports In other respects that Iowa Is striding forward In the pathway of HALL The schedule for the Eldora Ball Club as made up to July 29th la as follows Friday and July 22 and 23 at Mason Monday arid July 25 and Mason City Thursday and Frldaf July 28 and 29 at the Brit The Paul Gophers will be bore August notice of the finding of the Balllnger probe committee of congress Indicates a complete whitewashing of Secretary It la nothing more than waa HOUSES FOR Walker is going to take un farming and will move by flrat of August and offers his fine A minority committee will make a atalllona for Parties having report however sustaining the oolta will please pay me or at the charges and upholding Pluchot and James Anyway linger should   

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