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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Eldora, Iowa                                j Official County Paper j j m I Prints All the News Published Weekly Kntonvl as second dlass mat tor February tho post under of March VOLUME XXXVIII HARDIN DECEMBER NUMBER 52 Organized Effort Being Made To Compel Him to Tlio WOOL RTCPOBX TO BE PUBLIC Senator Kenyan AVoulil Abolish Free Baths and Barber Shop For Members of the lucky that the holidays have come for the buzzing bees have been buzzing so hard that there might have been danger that they would have buzzed themselves to death in another week or In the republican fold it is doubtful if any of the leaders seriously question but that Presi dent Taft will be but the LaPollette candidacy is being pushed with all the vigor that an energetic camp of enthusiasts can put behind Despite the protesta tions of Colonel Roosevelt and his the demand for the ex president will not The move ment in Nebraska to put his name on the primary ballot may require some energetic efforts on the part of Roosevelt to check the at tempt to run him for the presidency against his since the same performance may be duplicated In other states where the presidential preference plan is in The intimates of President Taft meet all these movements with the declara tion that It is the usual preconven tion and that it is only a part of the regular plan of making history to go after the party leader in power and stir up all the opposi tion possible prior to the time when the real work of chosing delegates comes The democratic sit uation has been shifting with the compass for many but the Champ Clark people claim that most of thebreeze has been in their di rection and certainly they are quito right in but Wilson and Har mon have both been quite as much in the foreground at different stagers of the game as the genial The astute ones have their lids cocked askance towards the prairies of and there are others ready to faint when asked about Matters are reasonably well denned in the republican but guessing on heads and tails with the coin flying high in the air is as compared with what is gp ing to turn up wlien the spotlight falls on heads and tails or demo cratic presidential The coin has only two ways to while in the other instance things may flop any one of a half a dozen ways without jarring the wise old guessers about Capitol Hill very Some people charge that the sen ate is but this is not The regular congressional pay day falls on January but there were a lot of congressmen who had de ferred engagements with Santa Claus and they took some of the senators into their In just sixty seconds the august senate advanced pay day for the suffering represen tatives ten days or For a few days it looked doubt ful whether the report of the tariff board on the wool industry would be given to the owing to the opposition in the house of rep resentatives to placing it in the reason being assigned that it was too long and dry for popular However publicity finally won and the country will be able to study the wool ques tion in all its phases by securing a copy of the Senator Kenyon of has in troduced a bill to begin the practice of democratic economy in the Cap itol and his measure would abolish the barber shops and bath rooms maintained by the senate out of the public Kenyon has discovered that these senatorial luxuries are costing about to a and he says there is no more reason why the govern ment should pay for the baths and shaves of Its senators than for their The retirement of Vice President Sherman at the expiration of his present term is one of the political predictions of the past few that seems to have been generally The tariff boards report on the wool Industry is The tariff board will Immediately go on trial for its and Us work meets with the overwhelming ap proval of the the demo cratic majority of tbe bouse of rep resentatives Is likely to refuse fur ther appropriations for the in which event It will be obliged to close Everybody connected with legislation has none but kind words to say of the little shepherds who The wool on the back of Marys little and all the other sheep IB a matter of intense concern to every statesman holding a commission from the American and since tho dem ocratic representatives and tho pro gressive republicans of both houses of congress refuse absolutely to ac the position of the president and the tariff board which he cham the prospect of legislation that will pass congress and escape a presidential IB very Everyone has been taking kicks at Schedule K went into the PayneAldrlQh but just how there In going to be brought about on FOU Live Stock Firm Calls Attention to JreHint Conditions In According to statistics compiled by those who make it their business there at the present time only about70 per cent of the usual num ber of cattle on feed throughout the This is due mainly to three vital the corn crop in many sections oi the country was poor and in other sections where it was as in Central the incessant rains in September spoiled a lot of so it is so high and scarce that men cannot buy it read the hay crop was poor except in Wisconsin and is also high and scarce so that feeders have much difficulty in getting the roughening they need for success ful The third more particu larly in is the hog In the central part of the state the hog crop is completely annihilated and the cholera is still spreading and is getting bad In parts of Now all feeders know that there is no profit in feeding cattle unless they have hogs follow The three aforesaid reasons are vital ones which will decrease the num ber of cattle on feed to the extent before The demand is in creasing all the time so with less cattle to supply it the result cant help but give us high prices for the next year at So I would ad vise all farmers who are fixed for feeding to load up to their full ca pacity if they want to realize hand some returns on their We have many friends around Eldora and take this method of reaching them through your columns as I like to see everybody prosper and this looks like such a good op portunity to make money that those who can should take advantage of Those who favor us with their consignments will have their inter ests looked after faithfully and con scientiously we are they will be pleased with our way of do ing their Yours very Carpenter Co Happy JJny For the Little Folks Well Kept by Hldorn Sunday KLKOTION 1OSTIOX Election for Electric Light Iut of I on Account of Blunder SAXTA AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH iivcn Both Saturday and Sunday School Remarkable for Number of of Jiidia at Baptist A WOKTHV Parents and Teachers of Huhhard Unite lor Welfare of The Parents and Teachers of is an organization that does credit the community and is a sourceof much benefit to all v The club meets in the high school twice a Problems re lating to the best interests of the schools are Last week Monday Miss county was by and gave a prac tical talk which was very highly spoken of by all who heard The Hubbard plan is a good one and one that might well be followed by other towns for after all is the school should be the first con sideration of every In them our future citizens are being edu and it rests with the present generation to see that the coming has an opportunity to receive the training that is the most de veloping for head and County Superintendent Scurry spent Monday of last week in the Hubbard schools and found much to Culver and teach ers are working hard for the better ment of the She spent the remainder of the week visiting in the schools of Grant The nine schools of the township are in session and teachers and pupils are busy and happy in their The only draw back is the need of ap and the hope is that that want will soon be COMING Men and Religion Forward inent Gathering in Eldora will hold a convention un der the auspices of The Men and Religion Forward Movement Jan uary A splendid program will be rendered and the speakers for the various topics will all be im ported men and so called experts in their A little later on a full program will be contain ingthe subjects upon which these men are to speak and the name of each There is also a pos sibility of a banquet being served by the ladles of one of the during the progress of tho conven but of this we are not quite sure at this If one is to be had its notice will also be pub lished on the All and boys of the adol eaeut are cordially Invited to attend and acquaint themselves with the greatest religious movement on foot in the twentieth TEAMSTERS AND LABOR ERS WANTED If you have u toam and want to haul Ice this cull at office or phone me BO that I can put your name on Good laborers ulso wanted to pack and handle I expect to begin cutting ice about 8th or Phone Coal and gale Bills at the Herald Christmas was very happily cele brated at the Eldora churches this There was au abundance of good The young were enthus iastic and the old caught the spirit of the youth and were young again in sympathy with Part of the programs were given Saturday night and part were given The Methodist and Christian church es held their programs Saturday night while the Congregational and Baptist churches held their pro grams on Methodist The program at the Methodist church was remarkable for the num ber of children who were present to take part in the There were so many that there was little chance for individual speakers on the program and so the speaking was done by At the close of the program the beautiful tree which stood at the southeast corner of the room was unloaded and the presents were distributed among The audience was large and the enthusiasm of the young folks was a beautiful Following is the program as given Organ Voluntary Kooneman Song Congregation Scripture A Merry Marjorie Murray Class Exercise Class 1 Song Class 2 The Shepherds Harry Smuck Song Class 3 Piano Solo Mary Minton Santa Claus Stewart Rathbone Song Class 4 Recitation Irene Mulford Song Young Peoples Choir Congregational The Christmas programs at the Congregational church were given both in the morning and in the even At the morning service there was special music by the choir as sisted by Carl Newcomer and Kneedler who sang most Miss Virgin Haas and Miss Jane Brooks also sang effect ively in solo parts of the Miss Meader presided at the organ and Nuckolls assisted at the In the evening a short program was given in which the primary class took part followed by fifty stereop ticon views of the life of Christ which were explained by Greef as they were thrown on the Two numbers by the choir were given with the chimes accom paniment by Miss the choir being in the distance added to the charm of the Boxes of candy were distributed to the members of the school at the close of the pro Church of Christmas was very happily cele brated at the Christian church Sat urday The church was beautifully decorated with the usual Christmas a shapely and handsomely ornamented tree being the central The following program was very creditably given by the Sunday school pupils Hail tho Power of Jesus Name School Scripture Lesson Loyal Women to tho World School Homer Recce of Morn Beginners Bells1 Girls Naomi Recce Primary Class Banner Junior Boys Christmas King Wood worth Nations Gift Intermediate Boys Out Beautiful Star Loyalty Glrte Worlds Need Three Girls Unseen Guest Junior Girls Santa Claus Were Pa Raymond Poolo Stocking Floy Choler Santa Claus Came Marion Thomas At the close of the program Santa Claus appeared to the great delight of the ItapliBl The following program was given Christmas evo at the Baptist church to an appreciative Piano Land Shall Join thct Song School Invocation and Scripture Pastor Prayer tho Lord of Kartff and Sky School Cheer Elizabeth Doud Bethlehem Babe School is for Children Primary Cradle Hymn Flossie Dek Gardner In Our Primary Class Letter to On account oi HIP omission from columns of the Hardin County Ledger hist week of the notice of election for the purpose of voting on for the Eldorn Electric Light the entire proceedings this far were iinrviailiidated lunid the whole thing has to be done over The law requires thait the notice for the election must be published to two papers for four consecutive weeks before the time for the elec The was published as required imithds paper but the Ledger after giwiing notice one publica tion threw Itoutof the towns awd so the city council was called together Wednesday might a new reso passed fiijoing the date for the electionJanuary The notice ap pears elsewlhere in this THE Commercial Club Will Hold Popular Spread at The Winchester on Friday Everything is readiness for the big banquet to be held ait the Win chester Friday Over 90 tickets luuve bean sold aind the affaitr promises to be of gireat importance to Among those Who will respond to toasts are Judge President James VaivBuren amd Councilman Can1 WILL VISIT OLD Mowers Plans a Trip Next Year to Southern War In the year Bowers was serving as one of Uncle Sams soldiers in the war for the preser vation of the and as such soldier was stationed at where he with seventeen oth ers of the northern boys was placed in a The sickness devel oped in Bowers case as south ern fever and nine of his comrades died of the just able to made his way to the office of a southern surgeon and of whom he begged and offered all the money he had in his for one close of calo The southerner hesitated for a saying that all the medi cine he had was needed for a sick child then in the physicians gave way to the northern mans1 entreaties for one dose of the The he it said to his refused to take any of the soldiers meagur Bowers in a few days was able to be removed to other quarters and shortly afterwards took up soldering again with his com the Thirtysecond After the close of the war Bowers came home to Hardin county and began the more peaceful pursuit pf a few years ago moving to which place is now his Next summer Bowers hopes to go back to Brownsville after a half century has passed and endeav or to find some trace of the south ern physician who materially aided if he did not altogether save his Bowers has reason to be lieve that some of the relatives of his rescuer are still living near A half century has cooled the southern blood and has caused the northerner to forget somo of the cruelties of the Bowers wants if possible to re new the acquaintance so strangely begun under southern skies at a tlmo when the question of the per petuity of the union of states and of the life of the government at Washington hung In tho Lost A long envelope with impor tant papers in between my home and the postoffice Finder please re turn to Henry 62 Santa Claus Lund the Stars Two Girls Solo Miss Emma Houghton Scothamas two Christmas Days In two parts Ulva Harris Widows of In dia Wood Secthamas two Christmas Days Part Second Missionaries Christ mas in India Tyler India Sunset Song School Bethlehem Baby School Given Ten Children Solo Hushan and His Rein deer Harry Wood Like It Isod to Be Charlotte Dobe on tho Christmas Prayer Guy Sheldon The numbers given by the pri mary department under tho direction of Miss Bordy and those in regard to missionary work In India wore especially unique and Tlio national Christmas bolls and evergreen with tho sugges1 lion of u lire pluco were combined In very pleasing I niftHB waw said at Marys church which was attondod by a largo number of members of that SorvlcGB were hold at the Lutheran church both morning and afternoon attended by largo Buy Yourself a 6 Percent Mortgage And Then Rent A Safety Deposit Box To Keep It In See NEWCOMER COMPANY IOWA Are You Satisfied With Your Clothes Do they reqresent the price you paid you paid for them You can get full value for your money by having your Suit or Overcoat made in my Cleaning and Repairing also BROWN The Tailor Iowa For Holiday Festivities Or any other time of the Year You can get the best thing in Fresh and Canned If you phone or call at the Grocery Iowa LANDIS Milliner North Washington Street Iowa Morltol JUieumatlam Powders Bur prise everybody who try John Hardin County Abstract company Cameron Secretary Aymer Davis President Abstracts and Farm Loans at Lowest Rates Office Southwest Corner of Court House and Wartchow en tertained Christmas day a large num ber oi relatives including the t Mar tho Brooke and Fagg at the Baptist parson December Alva Miller and Mlsa Clara Stanley   

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