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   Eldora Ledger (Newspaper) - August 10, 1893, Eldora, Iowa                                r CharleiAMrich Entered at the BUora rostOmco is seoondolnss IVOLUME XXVIII BAUDOT AUGUST NUMBER ton tHeu tell you are not JUST IX THE DONT BELIEVE February we bought a residence We have now leased the millinery store building until tember ies this look like staying not staying Ill on us in our snug new ee doors north of post whether i need any thing in the jewelry line THE What Eldors Prosperous Neighbors ar o STEAMBOAT O iven is able to Gray has moved into the Woods At a meeting being held at the grove last Sunday there near being serious accident byone of the big lamps falling down from the tree upon which it was Luckily there was no one Everyone here is trying to make the soldiers reunion a A large crowd is They will camp on the bank s of the where one can get onto the steamer and ride over to the rock and get a glimpse of the great Karl Dolman had quite an adventure one night last While he lying in his room asleep he was awakened by a prowler at the window Upon being aroused he sent a bullet at the re treating The same person will probably not visit the same apart ments very soon on your vay home from the OP and have us put up your A SCIENCE to do it We have the science and the rescription Oepartment is well stocked with the freshest ti n d purest moral Wat i Manitou Hunyade fINCHESTER lHARMACY t seroeni NEW Hiding plows at Miller Harry was in town Call at Miller Sons for the riding Clarence Wildman went to the worlds lair last Miller with his son North went to Hancock county Riding plows at Miller Sous Bottom Call and see and Williams will their son and daughter went to Chicago The social Riven by the am the Improvement society was wel A number oil young people from here attended camp meeting at Point Pleas ant Sunday Misses Maud and Katie TbomnRon returnej Ira Cook died Tho funeral services were held at the home of John Cook at 0 His were then taken to Bahgor for The is in R very flour ishing The different com ure doing their work subject last The Albert All are invited to at tend our Christian MERGMNT Keeps tho best FRENCH AND AMERICAN irork warranted firstclass and prices the DOUGLAS 13 SHOE F wear them When next In need try a Best In the 1100 UDItl FOR BOVS 4IV75 Frnser is on the sick Ctilder was at Albion over Sun Koepler left hist week for Mason made a trip to Illinois last Curt Eraser was up from Marshall town Story visited in Union spent Sunday in James Madole died at Ins homo near Whitten last Harry Dillon has been on the sick list for u few Will Wood came down from Iowa Falls and spent Sunday at George the new has taken possession of the Charles Vandewalker visited her folks at McCallsburg this Miss Jessie Iowa visited her sister in Union last and visited their over lowu was in Union Saturday looking after her prop orty occupied the pul pit of the church Sunday morn ing and Ilutson received a severe kick from a horse last Sunday that laid him up for a few Several of the young folks who went to the picnic got left and had to wait till the 12 oclock Some sneak thief got into Skin ners house one night last week and stole Skinners There was about 250 tickets sold for e picnic at the sftliers homo at Marsballtown from this The primary passed very quietly here Marsh receiving nearly the entire vote for Lydia who has been staying with her grand mother in Adair county for the last two returned home last oars of age and has spent the most of is time in lie is a converted nan through and through and a life ong democrat until the present admln Cora aged 15 and oungest of the Widow Wil of has been for some veeks suffering with au afllictioti that t times impnred her She had x pressed herself to her mother and thers that she desired to die if she Jid not feel better Her motuer lid what she could to cheer her up and get her mind oft of such a fearful but in spite of all her efforts melancholly moods would Her ather died flve years ago last spring and her little brother two years ago and her sister Alliehas been in deli cate health for two years and altogeth er her own afflictions seemed to unbalance her mind so far as to cause ler Saturday about 8 while her mother and aunt tending to the little details of their Household in a fatal moment to swallow a large dose of concentrated which commenced its llrey work at once and caused such intense suffering as to bring her to when she be gun to realize what she had done and said she did not know why she took Antidotes were at once administered and a physician when all was done to relieve but it was too The dose she had taken was so large that no power could stop it in its llrey mission and work of She turned to her and asked her if she would forgive when she told her she had done noth ing to her for which she needed for She said I mean for tils terrible act of taking the to which her aunt of course I Then she asked her if she thought God would forgive her She told her if she would ask She asked her if she thought she could enter Heaven Her aunt encouraged her to seek for peace and all of which she did and doubtless received in her own heart the witness that she was forgiven of who is more ready to pardon than we are to seek There can be no doubt in the minds of any who are acquaint ed with tliis sad that Miss Wilson was not responsible for her hasty and fatal The doctor had forewarned them to keap a close wntch over for such might be the result at any favorable but however there always will come an opportunity when a dis eased mind will outwit the vigils the most f She ling ered fromSatires mornifcg until Sunday at 1 when death gave her sweet The funeral waa held Monday at 2 oclock at the now Shepherd cemetery by the largest con course of people that have met in these parts since the burial of the victims of the great tornado of The ser vices were conducted by Kind hands had arranged beau tiful wreaths and strewn sweet scented lowers on the table nml and in the midst of an exquisitly form ed wreath on the back of the organ and facing the vast audience was a beautiful design spelling out the name Stalwart strong maidens and weeping children all bowed their heads in deepest sorrow and while the blinding tears could nor would not bo suppressed during much of the Wil son lias been called on in the last few years to part with her husband and four which proves that she is acquainted with yet she has been wonderfully She and the family have the best wishes anil deep est sympathy of the wholo Cora was oie of thoso reserved and unassuming models of modesty which endeared her to all who knew All were her for en emies she had She gave prom ises of growing into a substantial and true but for some wise pur pose an unerring providence permit led the act that placed her as a lamb upon the alter of Faniwull farewell Iuauuful lio thy silent Qoil known Wliun to cull thorn licirao to The Light and Ufe Sabbathschool will beheld hereafter sit 2 oclock at the Christian Everybody Stukenberg and daughter Mamie went to 1arkersburg Saturday to visit relatives for two or three n representative of j EdmuudBon at has been in town several taking orders for George who has been visiting here for the past fow returned to her home the last of the Young peoples and childrens meet ing at 330 oclock each Sabbath after noon at the conducted by Miss Gertie accompanied by a arrived here Friday evening from Des Moines and will visit with their parents for a George Bennett and Drake drove to llubbard Stipay to see a doctor about an utTcted eye which is causing Drake much Sunday twentyeight of the of the left hero in a special car for where they will enter the drill contest for the first Threshing is in progress and tho yield per acre is reported Oats do not weigh any heavier than last and the price is to 18 Ira Marchant entertained a number of his young friends at his home Wednesday evening of last Ice cream and cake were the refreshments Miss May Crawford left Monday for where she intends to spend a couple of days visiting a sister and then go to Newton to engage in a camp Quite a number of lladcliffe people will attend the Free Methodist camp mooting at John Elys one mile northeast of Lawn commencing August and lasting ten Monday while Waterman wan performing an operation on Stevens the sliug letting the horsn fall in such a manner as te break a It is feared the animal will have to be Last Thursday evening the of had a supper at the new house of Fuank where they and their ladies entertained a number of the Eldora members of the Among them we saw the familiar 1aco of Wo are sorry that wo have in our midst boys and young men and they go to church have to be threatened with tho us was the case last Sunday evening at tho Christian The good peo ple have decided that this disturbance must stop and it will be well to heed the warning and bo and Iceland Hunt mourn the loss of their eight mouths old The little one died Sunday evening of cholera after an illness of ten days They were visiting at the parents of Hunts near Iowa Palls when tho death The remains were brought here and tho funeral ser vices conducted by Tillie Atkin Iowa SOUNDS LIKE A A Story Told Oil Deputy Clerk Crook town Fulls Sentinel The days work wns ended in ho oflico of the clcilc of the district court at and Deputy John Crockett hail already begun to think of supper as ho sat idly druming on the table with his lead lie alone in tho room and tho other olliecs in the house were already Just as he rose to leave tho door opened ami in came n raw boned 0 whom John rcconizcd as having been nil applicant for a marriage license some mouths His manner was wild and there was a savage gleam in his eye that meant f want a lie said abrupt JlbsolatoJy Pure A crenni of tartar baking Highest of all in leavening Latent UiMetl Stntei Food Koyal Baking Powrtcr 108 Wall I8h Iron ou want a fine DRESS mado In the latest pay to try my cr They fit equal to cifttom made and look and IfyouwUhtoeconomlzolnyourfootweari I purchasing Douglas Name and imped on the look for It when you DOUGIiASi Martin is visiting her Laying the Corner August at will occur the laying of the corner stone of tho First Congregational The ceremony will Le im pressive und will be attended by Din various ministers of The pub lic is The program Birliituri IliiulliiR nncl MrMlim Clmiihmiil Unity of Mmicly tlio Vnslor niM rnirtor A doctor by the name of from tho was here looking up a place for business a few days last There is a great many foreigners and strangers since the North western opened n therefore busi ness is quite Gifford received u letter from this informing him of the return of an uncle that had not been heard from in fortysix The last heard from him was at Ga in He is about 75 Dottle DeMarsha aunt at was in our city Tuesday on Ilollis shipped tsvo car loads of new oats last Cammack went to Iowa Kails returning The street sprinkler is doing good work these dusty Paine will preach at the Chris tian church at next Olds is In attendance at the camp meeting at Ellsworth this John Cox and Sam Shaw will go to KoBsuth county to seU blacksmith out Swain Concord town started Saturday for Ohio on u New is visit ing with his grand Craw John Gilliam spent Sunday at Lawn Hill with her Uelford George is can vassing Ilardiu county selling worlds fair Hawkins deputy has moved up stairs in Jacob Swan sous We could not improve tho quality it paid iloublo tho DoWKts Witch Salvo is tho best salvo that experience can or that money can Winchester Phar macy It is reported that one George Quig living near killed one of his horses during tho pnst The story goes Unit his horse and after trying various ways to make him which ho failed in and he put a chain around his hooked n team on and started them and while they pulled he beat the horse with fence thus wearing out u half Failing to make the horse go he unhooked him and turned him in the lot and next morning found him On all its through lines of travel the Milwaukee 1aul railway runs tho most perfectly equipped trains of parlor and dining cars and The through trains on all Us lines are systematically heated by No effort Is spared to fur nish the liesU accommodations for tho least iu patrons of the road sure of courteous treat I ment from but I cant givo you a was tlio See young didnt you givo mo a permit Why stain rapered but that is dilleront thing you I dont was llio angry 1 know that you helped to get mo into trouble and now you wojit help mo got and that wont go with 1 paid iU for that license and it was the worst thing I over Now youll givo me a divorce an I wont pay a fur expostulated the tho judge must hear your case liist ho is tlio only one that can you i di vorce Is lie Ive heard about that Theres a lot of folks como up an toll a pack of lius that dont lit to sicther at an theres two or Ihreo rt lawyers that mix everything up still an sometimes you get a divorce an sometimes you aintgoin to spend no time with soch Im goiu to got a an got it Como shell 1 tell you began Tell mo llio giant inlcv You givo mo a paper that lot mo into bushels of trublo an now you can get me Yon helped that luilchot diced grass widdcv rope mo you You let a lellov tho worst of it an then you youll laugh out olothcr side oyour if 1 just crack you with andho doubled up a list that was big enough ami hard enough to liavo felled an The liomicalily of tho demand had excited a on the deputys but it as lie saw that tho situa tion was really a solions IIo thought of his wife niul and of the supper which ho know was growing iold at What if lifl should never got to eat that supper what if llio wife and baby should watch vainly for tho coming ofone who perhaps would bo lyclngiiokl and tftill in tliu victim of a maniaus Tlio supreme exigency of the moment brought with it an a lie wu nan hulp you 1 thought you ami tho visitor gave a Tho tlepuly himself at the table and his pun lairly Hew over tho paper as ho this document Know all men by thusn presents that on this July per sonally appeared before mo Aimer who desires for gold mid sulUoiont reasons to bo divorced from his wifo L have no objections Signed Deputy I his douinnont was duly impressoil an old and unused left over from tho days of the circuit and the visitor loft with asmilo on his obloogod ho said as ho stood for a moment at tho Ill do as much for you some Republican County Pursuant to the call the republicans met in tho court house at Tues at 10 chair man of tlii county central called tlio convention to whoa Iowa was elected as temporary chairman and Frederick with assistant On motion an adjournment was taken until 2 Tho committeeon permanent or reported and recommended the temporary organization be made which was Tho committe on credentials reported all townships but Ktna wore repre Report On motion a committee of one from each township was selected to seleet delegates to the state and judicial Tlio committee reported tho following names To tho state convention Hovv Hans Miller and Joseph To the judicial convention John Han Mason and W Pending the selection 01 tiic ilulu j gates by the FUIIK was called for and inndo a rousing which was tilled with logic and Vamlowalker and William If all were called out mid cacli made appropriate talks The following gentlemen were olecn tod at the primary as members of the county central committee Bru Iv Miller and who met and elected Albrook as chaiv nan ami Mason It Should Vio in Every 7l 01 uy Sharps ho will not bo without Mow Discovery for eon coughs and that it curod witu who was throiitenod with pneumonia after an attack la when various other romoitios uml sovorul physicians had done her no Hoburt of Cooks Pa claims Kings Now oovory has done him moro Hood Dis th an anything ho over used for lung Try Froo trial Nothln bottles Try at Hammonds Largo bottles and SI drug All that oxporlonco anil skill can do to produce a perfect has boon employed in making Do Witts Littlo Early Tlio result is a spoclllo for siuk biliousness and Winchester Pli The Manager is getting cvory ready for the grand opening of hu Wisnur cm August Thi bills will bu potted 1lie Tlio is one tho best that can be ey inpsis of which is plutiirt1 ut tuigry imtnio in lurxuliUmi fury proiliiuuil tluuugli tlio medium if niul pniMiinnllu with Minonunlu niul Thy tii imlinil Is introdiiciHl In this SUIMIU for llio puni1 of adding Thf Is flflcd llyliiK forest tieus limnl and bruak i tlio awful Inanclio unit ri blown pullmell through finding and a tivo up iy IN roots and curried off by llio lurlons liuavuKuiulllttur whirled about by IIIKO fftii A grandly roaKntlu rigging Six old llnKliit tn the yunta jt a Hwayfiiii appar ently forty tent from whilea hnrileana is uelnally furling u infinstor madly Hopping und All In full view of tho thrilling collision of Fulling Upheave and limiiling asunder ol tln Sinking thu followed by tho greatest water effect ever Introduced In an open sea Aetnrl foaming storm and tossed and crested waves twenty A seonlu harbor at Showing viewotohlragos vast water with eorroet drawings of the Auditorium und thugreat Alasnnie dissenting room Aiul for tin last a beautiful a deswip lion for good is withheld for for Little vegetable health producers DoWitts Littlo Early llisors euro ma larious disorders and regulate the stomach und which prevents lioatlaolio and Winchester Children Cry for Ptchers   

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