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   Eldora Ledger (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Eldora, Iowa                                It f r i i j1 t1 Wsif t Mr v i 1 in M 4 W harmony with hespirit of Sj Tk rW measures of A Ww ji HMi J Hif are not If perchance seme o our tariffs are no longer needed Bl f or revenue or to encourage anct i m i MM protect our industries at EIGHT ave and tea bis be more taisljf aind ai BakiioilPowder helbs the house n rf i to produce at quickly and eco fineand tasty the raised the frosted layer crisp crusts and with which the readymade food Tl 1 I id at the bakeshop or grocery does loyal is the greatest of bakeday ROYAL BAKING POWDER NEW S Of THE PRIMARY BILL Analysis of Represen l Flennikens BONG t Regents District March yet a possibility from general It nough if all who have they believe in the pri but who made objec of the bill considered 1 now vote for a iich eliminates all they objectionable in the first eek Representative Flen iayton introduced iction bill in the f immediately taken up by pmmittee and after reyis icting was on Monday of to the house with Ins recommendation of the it be ken bill preserves in all the primary concessions to meet ob and if adopted into Illform the basis for a fry system far in advance t other It provides nominations with re H provides forconven Organization may It applies the state ing the secercy of the primary i primary bill provides f application of the law Inasmuch askthe ly and heartily supported it gives the lie to of the Blythe L5 only purpose the gov advocatlng a primary Bve the republican voters near a chance to vote jjafaee for and the noipination of Much the primary legislation Was II8 by representing was to the primary But Ihat the time is ripe s in that does not go yoars than Ul all primaries of bo lield the third f ln ttie even num f iiiB would be open atil 0 The h0iaipg of great grain harvesting sea method of detwailn Ws declaration arid se the purely political The vot ers will under this bill nominate by ballot the entire state executive coun which body makes the railroad assessments and manages the finances of the United State senators would be se at these state primaries but supreme judges and court officers and the state superintendent will not be named at There is ob jection to judicial and educational officers being compelled to submit their claims the voters and it was thought best in view of all the objections to leave to state conven tions their District judges are not included in the All county officers and all represen tatives and senators will be nomina ted at the The plurality rule but it is provided that for state nominations and all in dis tricts including more than one the winner must have at least one third of the total vote cast for tha otherwise the convention will select the candidates who had submit names to the Members of congress will be nomi nated at these primaries held on Ibe same day as state and county primar ies but the successful candidates must have the onethird or more or go to the Precinct comraitteemen are selected at primaries and also Con ventions are provided will be made and the tickets be com pleted as well as all other party busi The bill does not refer to any municipal ov school Some criticism has been offered be cause this general assembly is con sidering a law that would not go effect until after another legislative but the fact is that the matter has been so much discussed by these members this year and two years ago that they are in much better prepared ness to make such a law than an as sembly have at least 60 per cent of inexperienced There has been little political talk in the legislature the past The senate discussing the board of which has no political bearing at In the house the only featurejwas a feeble attempt on the part of the standpatters to get out of the hole inuhich the Blythe crowd had been placed by seeking to modify or kill theGilliland As a result the only members who voted against that resolution were the stand It was their own device for manufacturing cheap political capital and they came to repudiate An amusing situation was that when the democraticstandpatters failed to pass the bill to pay Whitmer and Youde for their contest expenses because Whitiner was absent when the bill came up and generally has been ab sent all the ifuol interest 3s manifested in the impending political revolution in the First congressional district where the dcsiro seems to he general to throw oft the Blythe ExSenator Carpen of MS come out as a can corijfiess In opposition to 10 headway in Burlington at business II candidate for railroad It is freely predicted that Blythewill lose Lee county and not be able to vote it for his candidate for Cummins will undoubtedly get a large number cf delegates out of the First More and more the political cam paign involving the nomination for governor is seen to be a strict align ment with the corporation and machine forces on one side as against the en tire progressive sentiment of the state as aligned with Cummins and Presi dent An effort is being but thus far without successj to induce all the congressional delega tion to enter a fight against and some of the Blythe organs are claiming that they will be able to ar ray the entire delegation on the side of V While in legislative politics there has been less of personal abise of the newspapers follow ing the Blythe lead are filled with most unreasonable falsehoods and misrepresentations regarding the gov Legislators i admit that their tirades of abuse of the governor only serve to make him popular and it seems that the more the governor is misrepresented by Perkins and in his interest the more earnest are the far mers and business men in their deter minatipn to support V In fourcounties of in the past two have the republicans made nominations for In every case the Cummins men have triumphed over the Blythe i4 In the Seventh district there has been a breach in the Blythe exSec retary of State Dobson coming out in a bitter attack on Congressman Hull and starting a campaign to secure the The progressive repub licans will not take a hand in this factional quarrel and thus far have no candidate against Important Road The district court of Jasper county has recently interpreted that has an important It will ap ply in Eldora with as much force as elsewhere The suit of the city of Newton against the board of supervisors was tried in the Jasper county court last Saturday It was an action of tried on an agreed statements of and brought for the purpose of construing section 1530 of the to the use of taxes for the improvement of and known as the road The section provides that the tax shall be levied on all taxable property in the including all taxable property in cities and with a further provision that so much of the countyroad fund as arises from property within anycity or in corporated town shall be expended on the roads or streets within such cities and or on the roads adjacent under the direction or town It was to se cure a construction of this part of the statute that the case was the the city contending that so much of the fund that was raised within the city should be used for the improvement of its and that the money should be so expended under the direction of the city The board of super visors took the position that the pow er of disposition and use of the entire fund was solely a matter for the and that the city could net compel the board to use part of it on the citys The matter was presented as a test being based on the tax levied in 1904 and collected in but the decision means that the board will be required to spend that part of the road tax which is raised within the city for the improve ments of the city The amount raised yearly injthe city alone is be tween per hence under the ruling of the the board must expend that amount an nually for the betterment of the citys under the direction of the city Visit the The Iowa Central Railway has ar ranged a popular rate excursion on March to Des Molnes to enable its patrons to spend a day at the present session of the Iowa leg Special train will leave El dora at arriving in Des Moines at 10 Returning leaves Des Moines at Round trip rate only Dont miss this op portunity of seeing the oapifcl and our law makers while In Call on agents for 1 Time iI know it is early hope is calling And your heart is afire with youths desire To hurry along with the But linger a bit by the i And lend a hand by the Tis acurious fact that a generous Brings leisure and luck to a I know it is noontime There is chance enough Jto be kind But the hours run fast when noon Andthe shadows are close think while the light And act ere the set of the For the sorriest woe that a soul can know Is to think what it might have I know it is almost But the twilight hour is If you listen aud heed each cry of 1 need You can right full many a For when wehaveflnishedthe journey We will all lookback say On lifes long mile there was noth ing worth while But the good we did by the American A Fearful March 13 fore noon while Reinhart and Kruse were endavoring to fix a gas lighting plant in the basement of the Kruse furniture the machine ex completely wrecking it and seriously injuring both Rein hart had one eye literally burned out by the flames which flashed in his face and may lose the other It has not yet been determined whether Kruse will lose his eye sight or Mentioned for The name of of Al has been mentioned in connection with the office of County We are not advised as to whether Birdsall holds the matter under seripuSr deration or but the county would be indeed fortunate if he looks at the matter Residence The residence of Phillip near Mineral three miles north of was burned to the ground district last The fire was discovered at about 9 oclock in the It originated from the llue and although the tamily were all in the house down the fire was not discovered until it had gained such that the residence and not even the furniture could be There was but insurance on both the residence and which together could not be replaced for much less than The origin is not known unless it was from a defective National Stock Beginning March and continuing for three the National Stock Cowill appear at the Wisner opera The following bills will be presented here Her Husbands Woman Against Woman and the laughable farce Where Is The fol lowing specialty people are with the company Len the min strel man Miss Cmoyne the and the Lombard singers and cham pion clog Prices are 20 and ItO Ladies vopening when accompanied by one paid reserved seat ticket Specialties be tween acts eement Kuhlman brought home with him froui Germany last fall some ce ment such as are used on buildings over and also some ideas about manufacturing He decided to have a machine made for this and Edick made the patterns under his direction and had castings made at the at Edick then finished up the machine and it is now ready for as we under stand expects to make a number of these shingles for use on buildings on his farms and town property and no make them for other people if there is any demand for Hardly of was an Ackley business visitor He was formerly a member of the board ofsuper and Is possi ble that Ijjsf for pub School Saturday March at the Wisner opera house Booster and Tllu Rockaby gnide Froggics Swimming The The Moon Blowing grade Shadow ByaJBabx Nina ibbie Gilman Little Misfe yCatherine Murzarei WlnifredPelty Pussy Willows grade Little Boy Crockett Song of the Iron grade Go to VanethelSar Margaret Calista Mildred Song of the and seventh The Sailor Harold Charles lloyd Harry grade Dutch Beaver The lleautilul Glee Club PART Operetta given by the Eldora high entitled Snow White and the Seven Princess Snow w Rogers Prince Oilman Martin the Sheffield Gieel Wls Wisner Grecf Haas Voice of Millie Bogcis School Girls Moore Jlo Addle Frazler Second George Aylosnorth Glenn City The following municipal ticket will be placed before the voters of Eldora next March 20 For Gilman Attorney Charles McKeen Duren Stout park Davis park com to fill New corner first Newcomer second Hobart Fol lett third Wilson and Borsack fourth The pollina places are as follows For the first Greefs office second Shafer Noacks office third council and for the fourth ward the court The polls in said precincts will be opened at 8 oclock in the forenoon and closed at 7 oclock in the after Real Estate G W Lockard to W A se i Annie L Sogard to Iver f part swj se i Nellie A Hartman to Fred n nw except 1 Johanna Groenholt et al to Henry P sw I nw Sylvanus Littlefield to Annie aillards plat Iowa WPhillips to T Hay wi ne j nnd 2 acres in se ne i Martin Olson to G D part outlot H H Pool toSally L e 1 lot 0 and alllots block Sally L Mendenhall to H H lots 2 and block Bensons add to HenryD and John E Hlmmel to W part out outlot M L Barnes to Frank lots and and n J lots 13 and block Advertised G L Charles Mrs ALFRED Young Citizens The weekly meeting of the Young Citizens Club was held Saturday March in club rooms of the The subject for debate was Resolved that game of football is brutalizing and should be The debate wavered for some no one having aay idea who the winners would many good points being brought out on both The final decision of the Chester KentHar din and Fred was unani mous in favor of the The Place of Athletics in by Jen of mention 1 Subject gf the program 24l S Improves the flavor and adds to the health fulness of the Hardln Historical According to previous notice about fifty persons assembled at the library suildingon the evening of March or the purpose of gi viag start to the Elardin County Historical the president of the took the chair in the ab sence of the fanny Duren acted as secretary pro Moir stated the object of the urging the importance of the The led by joined in singing1 Auld iaug Moir recounted some the good times that the Old Settlers enjoyed in the olden Judge Porter made some taK ng as a foundation Horace Greeleys Go Young Whited read a paper that gave a brief account of a number of Hardin county ooys and girls who have made their mark in the promising to ex tend the list at some future The Old Oaken Bucket was then sung as a closing The following new member s attached their names to the constitution JV John Charles McKeen Duren and Chester Deceased Last Monday night occurred the death of Taylor aged about 90 The deceased has seen in poor for some 3he leaves a husband and five These later are of Eldora Ly dia of Clarion Anna Jane of Coalville of Omaha of and One daughter is Mary Marian Rice was born in New York She lived here until the twentieth year of her when she moved to Cass where she married David towhich seven children vere The f atheri David departed this life Some years thereafter Shafer married Taylor who survives The funeral occurred Wednesday at 2 oclock m at the Eldora Men Make IOWA March The recent nomination of John who ame here from Kldora last as city brings to light the fact ihat every young man from that town who has cast his lot with Iowa Falls las A half or more of the young men of the county seat have become citizens of Towa Falls in recent years and in each case ihey have been very Among1 these are assistant cashier of the First National cashier of the Security Savings bank and a me mber from the first ward on the city council Vigars and Yigars is also a promi nent candidate for county cigars John nominated for city solicitor C agent of the Chicago fc Northwestern railway head clerk of the Hub clothing store James Brown and proprietors of the Metropolitan bar ber On Excursion each   

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