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   Eldora Ledger (Newspaper) - May 16, 1895, Eldora, Iowa                                JOB Experienced Workmen Prices Reasonable THE The Largest Circulation Best Advertising Medium at thoKldorn Poatollloo ns RrcondchtpB mnlior VOLUME NUMfcEK HAEDIN MAY EIGHT HUFF County 1ractioo in all the oust aide of HAYS Moirs Will practice in all iu 1ortcjr Oulco over Nuckoll Jewelry STEPHEN JUSTICE Hi1 THE PEACE AND INSUIIANCV Jirpresunts iiratulass Office Moiru AND ABSTRACT EUorf Money to Irani at n low rate of inter Reliable Abstracts of Title Record Ing agoutfur ten loading Insurance Companies LOAN rJHYSlCIAN Surgeon Central low HOMCEPATfliq A Specialty of chronic OHlce over Cuy b OFFICE North at liunics Hesidence two blocks west of Dames DALE OFFICE Iu Hardln County Dank El Iowa PHYSICIAN AND Office c City State SU1W1CON for lown Industrla Olliea over Hadley Staullci hardware Paidjo Coital Surplus Hardin County Iowa OFFICERS MoKEEN ELLIS DIUKOTORS McKeou Davis REW Mouidinfjs CEMENT AND Estimatss and Prices Freely FurnisU M BROffN BROTHERS ACHINE CHOP AND PUMPS and BRASS GOODS STEAM HAIIH6 fflBDKEES All Work FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Completes Lino orFurnlturo in Uaidin County JPUNEIIAI North Bide Opposilo Main Kntrunue to Court ALFKED Neat Rooms and Best Table Fare NEW HOTEL HENRY New ouiiijiluU and well arranged in all Traveling Marion EOUND THE COUNTY Matters of Interest Summed up by Var IOUB DUCKEYE Andrew Kutch and wife visited a the home of Katclis parents iu Buckeye township over Porters sermon at the Pioueei school houat was well Ar rangeinents have been made to have preaching every two The May Basket season is now in order and considering the way the dogs bark in the surrounding country one is led to believe Hint crop is better than ever This vicinity was visited by a white Jack Frost Friday entailing considerable kiss to early vegetables and It is thought that the fruit ciop will be If not entirely Charles Cessna is turning out some very line cheesa at the Cottage cheese the has engaged Ietei Johnson as who will no doubt fiirni h the neighboring towns with The Celebrated Cottage Full Cream The fiveyear old daughter of became missing at a late hour Thursday evening and the continued search of her parents and neighbors failed to reveal any clue of her whereabouts until late at Luckily she unharmed when Jivsoh Briggs was drilling in rock for the purpose of a large piece of iron Hew from the stiiking him on the hand and lodging underneath the Brigcs was unablo to remove the intruder and called on a doctor who worked foi nearly an hour before it could be dis The wound is a painful one but ii now doing are Jno Gettus was called to Eldora Ilubbard will decorate the soldiers graves Ills The HubbarJ band are getting a melodious spell There iff to be a new Proa Methodist him h at and Newman visiting their son in Herbert Carson of Union rode over on liisbjcicle the first of the of is visiting the family of her son in this of visited lis parents of this placo over Eugene of Whilten spent Sabbath with his in Jack frost made the fruit and truck patches suffer Saturday and Sunday The lawn tenitia club have had little ipportiinity fur sport the past lew Mrs Sivein is visiting her Swern expects soon to start with his family to There quite a hail storm iu this icinity Saturday and a small boy who appened to be the street used as iinall a portion of his feot as possible is lie hied himself James Wrights father of Now York died a week iig Wright ind son have been watching with him luring his long They will oou return home and accompany Wright to Arizona where lie has re eutly made them a The Home missionary society of the church gave the finest euterlain i ent Sabbath evening that we have ver hud the pleasure of listening to or many a The large number of oys and girls representing the diffsr nts parts of the locomo ive and bring out the inorul and hcistiun work of rendered their iarts and teu girls iu icariiig banners characterizing the hristian graces was a beautiful and repressive lit Iowa Falls as delegates from the Frank Cartwright has been quite ill for a few days but is better at present and gone up to Abbott to work on the Burlington who has been at Eagle Grove last has returned to stay with his soninlaw Wickham this Sterns and Miss Addie Hathbone were elected Sunday as de legates to the Sunday school conven tion lit Iowa Pals from the teriaii school The school wishes all the veterans present possible to aid them in their Every one cordially Program and futher paticulais will appear The public school are preparing to observe memorial day this year with more effort than ever A good program will be rendered and other exercises appropriate to the Mmger state organ of the took Yules time Sunday morning and talked on the temperance question and gave many Interesting facts and statistics in that met with a sad accident Sunday while driving out in his pas the liorse became iieightened and ran upsetting the cart throwing out and injiiiing his hip so that he is not able to The meeting Sunday evening was well attended and a good meeting wastbe The subject next Sunday evening story of Iilate and its Loader Mable The Junior League entertainment Saturday night was a grand The little fellows all recited well and he program was pronounced excellent by many of the The re ceipts go to purchase supplies for the The Epwortu League Sunday eve ning presented an interesting lesson is usual and a good number of the members were one week from next Sunday Subject soliliquoy on Integrity Come and bring your bibles as a good is Benedict went to Iowa Palls Tuesday morning to attend tbe Sun day school convention as a represen ative of the Sabbath school All interested in the Sabbath ichool work should attend the Sabbath school next Sunday and hear his report of the county and Getty daughter visiting iearce is building an addition to his cilice in the south of of will hold a tent meeting here beginning May Work has begun on the new Free Methodist church that ia being built is visiting her parents Steamboat Hock thin and Shaw aie re joicing over the arriviil of a born May Cable ami of nub ntended Ilia funeral of Thoi Bateson Miss Ella of Marshalltowi will lecture in the cluirc Thursday evening May of ha bought Frank Heals interest in th business of Tlios Hollis i of hn opened up a stock of in th Smith building opposite hotel Crawford has iniprovn the Icoks of her house by a liberal us of James Noble did the wurk mid Dysingerand daughte of aie visiting Mrs Dysingfrs and James Bee of wi was called here by the serious illnis and death of her returned hoiiio Bateson died at his home ii Tuesday May 7lli after a long and painful iigei 64 Ijatosoti was i naliv of but emigrated to Canadi while a young married Ann Uutledgo in ten childrei were born to sevtiii of whoii preceded him to a bttter lit removed with his family from Canadi to Ilardin in ISO where he lris since Mr ISateson WHS a man respected il who knew was a niHinbur of tin Methodist church formally died in the full of im Funeral were con ducted by of STEAMBOAT Wesley Smith was home over Sun Turner has put a new fence round his Ethel Tracy has beau on the sick st for several John Wiightishome again after a wo months visit in Several boys went to Hughes Cross ug Sunday to hear the new of Sioux is visiting with her mother Miss Lillie Bretnal was able Sunday to attend Sabbath school for the first time since her arrival Kuster went to Abbott ml week to com mence work on the Burlington Jams of Arkansas passed through here last week and camped out a couple of days to visit Delia Penning and Clatfa Marks attended the Sunday school convention WIUTTEN Little Alta Lyon is on the sick of Grundy vas in town last to and Kor luist on May a and Miller spent last veek with friends in Coduer is enjoying a visit row her mother and Clyde Carr lias been filling the va ancy in the telegraph cilice in Union or several Heckman of Grundy Center drove over to spend Sunday with her daughter Clieeseman and Ecklor were delegates to the Sunday School convention in Iowa Fulls Clow came down from Bradgate Thursday evening to spend several weeks with her father Liwroiice spent Sunday IOWA FALLS Miss Ada Crippen is quite Ooker is on the sick Wood in vititingin Miller expscts to go west Citizen haa sold out to Ida Hurd left for California last Miss Ella Graves spent Sunday at The beniflt social for Birtlett was quite a of Eitheiville is visiting in the Ellsworth arrived in the city Monday The hose team boys will give a ball field Every body The young people will give another hop at Sllonm springs Chicago is visiting her sister Mrs Mellen is makinjf extensive im provements on her residence on Depot Adaim lias sold his restaurant opposite the Woods House to Bates of Elmo Commandry 48 Knights Templar will be Inspected May 10th by Sir Knight Ercanbrack and we predict stand high among Iowa in Miss Carria was a Marshill town visitor Jolin II dwell hasbeon visitngh Conrad the past Miss lilanch Barnes is visiting lici sister Hillings lit mid Gregory and dn Xeltio returned from Oalirornia TueE Messrs Chapin and Wilson wero in lust week purchasing more mid Alexander aro the htippy parents of a liltle It arrive 1 Humphrey wcnt to Dun Moines Sunday tj purchase inure millinery goods having enough to lilll the great Prank Liekwood and two little daughters aro visiting with her sister Van Allen at Watson has purchased a interest in the livery barn and ear factory of Al Wo a prospeioiiH future for the new S reciiiVHd a letter Satiirdny announcing death of Morgan nee The deceased was at one tim i a lo iclier in our publi school Her many friends re ceived the intelligence with Peddlers and agents are quite num erous in this part of the of passnl through this vicinity last week on He is handling the Singer sewing machine and and Sohaefir are tho proud possessors of another little girl that came to live with them lust Thursday She is wide awake and of standard The walls and celling of the Cottage church is bein treated to a good coat of This will make the clmroli home of the people in and around Cot tage pleasant and Lfe is sick with a severe Tho cold after tlie extreme heat of last Thursday was loo much for him and the eold has settled in his rendriug them very som and Reverend of is afflicted with a throat trouble and it is feared that he will be compelled to discontinue his pastorial work fora few His congregation regret very much to of his ill fate for it will be hard to find another man to fill his A general exercise at tho Lincoln church was rendered last in which a large number of ladies iu that viciuity look Everybody scorned t enjoy themselves in this semi a nnal house denning at the The results of their shows that were tinre for woik and knew how to dii Jsvjk Frost his appearance again last This a little bit out of season but he helped himself enough to e at nearly every tender plaut in its NEW MBS Minn ftliul Smidnyrd at Miss Hlhul TciTil spunl Sunday at Corporation laws aru now taking aid Duren visited Andrews of visited in town oyor Postmaster Veach objects to having his girl called a and of Bangoil were in town and of me visiting at Ihm The Cook families d d bnsinisa in Kldora and Lulu Stevens vis tluir near over Clara from spent Sunday with her Mrs Anna Howard Mariingo ami living near Iowa at John Marriages nmlUy and con ducted STvijes at Highland Suiulriy morning and at Ijiwn Hill in the af Misses Molie Pidgeon and Nora Howard started for lown Falls Mon so to get there in good time for he Sunday school A large company of young people net at the home of Miss Jessie Tanscy ast Monday intending to surpiinu but ib liiippsned a litlle jird had made known the spcret to so she prepared to meet her They presented her a ucautiful Peanuts iind candy were All present to liave a delightful City Perisho and were in Union one day last Slickest Grease Ever It lightens the cases the strain ou the mid reduces the wcnrnncl tear on the The best for any kind of a light or Costs no more Uiau the old and poorer Sold by all Wadhams Oil and Grease Farm Cream A feed cooker will furnish steam to run G i A w T Separator with capacity of 300 600 pounds per No engine is It is the cheapest outfit in first cost that can be obtain Send for free illus trated catalogue to Kaue Half Miiy 21 st and June 111 h The Kaiisna TOXIIH Railway will mII excursion liokota at faro or the round lo mints in jiiko mid lOtlily wild gu d returning dajs lioin dttto of For urlhrr iniorniiitiuu address T Jonkeily 503 hocust JJcs Potatoes A Car Load now They are You want We have Seed Corn The best in the Sour liiloiisness lewrul debility irl Uiiiiiiites uro cured by Family CureEliSwoitli tA After using one box of UK ml rnyscll uilircly My CIISK LieaUd by aeveral Sold by Drug We want every pair of shoes lo give lisfacliim Hint goc3 out of our store jevvis and New Glassware arriving daily al We Still Lead in CROCKERY Another largo invoice just fSTHE NO And other specialties for and MlEses nro tho Best in the Goo descriptive znent wlilch appears Jn thla Toko no Insist on having DOUGLASS name and prlco stamped on Sold by PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS AMD ELEGANT DAY COACHES MINNEAPOLIS AND THE Seu our f J THE SOUTH AND EAST MO PURCHASE TICKETS VIA IOWA CENTRAL ROUTE BARRY GENERAL Lap And liorsa blankets are now in de tho harness baa Hie and warmest lot ver shipped to Protect your orse with the best Horausciekera Excursion The Iowa Central railwnv will on lav 21st mid cell ex tickcta 10 poi ts in Idnho South Utah Vyorriinif and Southwest Missouri at wy low For rales and further ilorutlon call on uptntH Iowa Cmitral or address Thomas 1H6 AVe have a large stock of this It will please VIGARS DAVIs A n SAWVHK I think your meilcine one of thu riindent discoveries that was ever made r We Criii never thank yon IOiigh Litln Bnid Sold by E hworth Drug Smiths for carriage and farm saddles and Htf Hnoampmant Clinton May 7th to The Iowa cuntral will on May 8th and Oih sell excursion to and return at half tickets aro good returning until lay loih The through direct connections with at Marshilllown at Clinlon in advance of other Kor rates and other informa on call on Iowa Central Indigestion and Bilonsness makes If allowed to lakes life perpetually Use Sawyers Family E Isvvoith rug Oldest and largest ab tract and Insurance In Hardln Money n No Low In reliable abstracts and PEOPLE WHO TRAVEl Should bear in mind THE To the Ladies of Desiring anytliing in this call on MISS JESSIE First door north of Winchester i4t as THE 03DAB BAPIDS LEAVING AND ARRIVING TIME OF Time Table ut Abbott Crossing iu effect April GOING n am II B 03 A 65 U 07 GOING SOUTH tnesoniior 60 B K IaaBungop 84 A il P 2 Prelrht a ra Prelirht WANTED A in his own References per Write to Joseph Fifth m MAPLE LEAP ROUTE is the best line for Des Kansas City and the Chicago arid all Minneapolis and the Save time and money 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