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Keota Eagle Newspaper Archive: March 25, 1915 - Page 1

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took nrrivid Sulurdny evening nnd begun Monday morning th at th a to Kate mind Raj Milton and Irird that hT has terinn had n thoruuyh training in the hotel I rhurrh on Sunday al II lo n from boyhood uj Previous jinrltid house and rontmued at nipfht lo roinirjf chief clerk at the MetltodiHt uUo to n full at the Wellington in Irn wiwi houe Air Huriwr the with Oxford in enver for two men in the at the Pnnby wan rUrk in hotel in terinn rhurrh M th rwere three for four in of thrri en and at one time rnn a mimnifr resort The luirtielit went in the ihrrefore he jasti horne nnd that iveri fie lo know something of nitf ami evening aUo the the now he and j iiielmc w rofiducled bv the lian Jjiwrerre busy milking dome i from CidundiUK of nril at the ho half bu no ll ioii Ingame ou play the thr came j on play with I iiunU hm Ihe rerordji n arr furlil Vnd ton rake our in a whir llar plated1 her have you plaied her I r in tun dealt ihr raids fourMinn re llaie mi known hhr and meant to Ha uu ltcalf1 her fair liallimorc of Id anil aflrr ji ihry want to taki tm with ti around r rnouRh to jret AM IKKSoNAL N rj and bub 1V i r in into OK KM K Two the general blv of 11 adopted n resolution poMnj an amendment to the const it u tion to chanpe the ntelhod by which Ihe jtialevkould receive revenue for Mate Under the plan now in force the state ret it revenue from a null tax levied in each This arrangement been Pert Productive of murh of our trouble with regad tn In onch Onvaiualion i Uejt down for fear thin rounty pay more its shanf little state The to bnnp nbovit the the at legislature r which a whirh A vtry is High School night at thirevival tacl night that he uouii aanl a jinie of a twoHollar from ruin Mi Nora reads enue I state ive taxation of such classe a it deem th weik home It A Mr Pain H 1 and hahv hv MI 1 is i ere OV er John Melrabb movetl Fallabout two m ordi r to Ix nearer s north of of riV ide for the exrlus f h When any of pmjHTty taxtnl for iite revenue such rlass pot Inotherwise taxed for pen era rountv tow or municipal To adopt Mirh an to the Arnold it is it shall le artetl upon by two successive legislaturi and then aj proved by the at geM ra v tion 1 the presen should act favorably upor it then KO Iutor tile ro ir on ron amendments as an unfavorable report on this The reason assigned by the papers for this action w the fear that too url plight for and this iiught ead to extravagance t would appiar that the niepiN rs oi ttie coir riiittee have not read the resolution carefully or thev lack conidence in the wisdom or of legislatures whom aur1 I to SCHOOL wat last We fjvor with cnlrr r at tneir home hnday mdulffed lli the lirsl uf thi at I I t U bill to the that jrave the best 1 for the high school A big Competition will be The time is forward to Har renter section of the church will be i per announced Sunday that he reserved for the I would present a twodollar bill to the Marjorie Clarke represcntnl us in i clas whirh gives the host the Southeastern Then will probab IM u little noise held in Pleajsant Friday Friilay She was accompanied by Grace The attendance up to this lure has who ha trnininu her IvMi fact the for this Whie our contestant The choir consists of K vary we may feel proud o the w uy in which ing thirty to of the best our school vros This is singers from the different the first district contest have and they render music that is indeed in KxperiMice ill bring unto the They thes the cour It is a little earls to Ivecii bv Mt Pleasant the nuttings have held on high school ly four so but indications The Seniors are gettiij on point There will one or jjivn ut each rvvuar UCCe er tT I morn Clara re on do OBITl ARV at the of MrNora in on March Joephine Beatrice daughter of Mr and Floyd Tim aged live months anil twenty She is survivi and Phv th STKWAKT WINS SITT J Stewart word Tues that the Rock in Island decided his favor by supreme court of lo w This was the case in which bv a piother Stewart brought suit father having company some two years ajro the txfon In N a to our right aid su I thought he had oved or our r av Her swivel of the faure of the company to run r loved by a suxV tram on a certain The Justices court dtvidd against He apptalisl to the liistrict which the decision of the lower which he appeal ed lo the supreme now His brother K Stew art d lnfon the latter court n j which will follow the resolu Stephen has undertaken to Ix His tune Ap i s s i to have i k i I Ihr wife In the t tt i fi r PHI for A to hU wife bv rt r f iI lion doeg not provide that any special class of property shall be left lo the It is given entire power he bigan lasl rvlicv1 in mnltor I who to be rej We trust that thi resolulion will order lo Me after his South and other of i S nt ar angel down heaven To her for his own again To take hack what he had Our hearts then wttv Our griefs seeimd more than w could lUit Jesus He our griefs would share Riven further anl that it may be nctod ujxm If the We would not ciil our baby Fvr henshe P TK OFF TKAtTv Tne train from east is olT the track in the cut bark of We not had time to go tind see it but aninformed that the rails spread and let the lovumolive swing around and get so that a vvrtxking I crew will have to come and strighten The track is in very bad IKICK woridvr i that they i have not hail trouble erv What called by seVious ill to parents The mnds arxuind Keota arv the we have ever due al sensible and without It setnis a most cluuijre to ivmi would almost entinly to the use of the msult in Uml of tho public from when one whjch 1 wil ha not botM come lo one of those roads he had better let it severfly The main unin excellent I wish to thank all those vvho helped i in the sickness and death of our J of the state board of education spoke at a meeting in j Brighton Monday afternoon on con of The board there Miw Marjorie Clarke took part in a him had We confers we anentirely district declamatory contest In Mtl in from the surrounding mral w a or ohjrc IMeaaant last Friday wcninc and was conwilidalion Ls gaiai Ma the jon can We urged against the nccompanietl on the trip by her teach that both of whom live at thine u lhr ha her Cai Manilla was with L of Wet pathway wlUi euffer No John llerend off the pround Monday for John new wSjato will net favorably upon Vest They and that it may receive the ratifica1 mpleto plans yet but Vion of people at the o house er nnd trainer Grace the ci lufUOrOlM QUMBr Iw htve jjgHt M to thai the wain part of house bo about 80x50 It Is to httve a Jolin Thomson will attend the big be In San S will be a ipot at the local Sally Anns aikd while she did not win arst among yet she did come within one point of winning and considering the many dis they labored under while getting both Majrjorie and WHktaft fro sattefled with the nsrolt Marjorie t the same and gaining fa vor Amos TeaWe of down here last visiting hia bro ther Walter in the Scotland neighbor hood and old time Some of them had not seen him for twenty nine which U too long for a man like Ajmw to stay When we lived in Amos used to come down and put on the boxing with Doe Headewon and other obi vwttare Doe it v   

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