Le Mars Semi Weekly Post, January 28, 1902

Le Mars Semi Weekly Post

January 28, 1902

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Le Mars Semi-Weekly Post (Newspaper) - January 28, 1902, Lemars, Iowa • 1 , Pabliahficl Every Tuesday mad FViday*- EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL Altii SPECIAL PRIVILECES TO NONE. VOLUME IX. LEMABS, IOWA, TUESDAY. JANUAEY 28, 1902. NUMBER 12 Reduction Sale Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's Boy's $ 7.50 Overcoats S5.50 $ 3.00 Overcoats $ 3.50 $ 5.00 Reefers = $ 3.75 $ 4.00 2- piece Suits $ 2.95 $ 7.50 kSfif* Suits - $ 5.50 See otir Main Street window for Shirts. Choice 50c. C l o t H i n g H E N T G E S and S H o e S t o r es SK! Canadian Jubilee Singer and Imperial Orchestra, AttM. E. Church, Tuesday, February 4th, 1902 Dootli of Mrs. Caihorino Hnrvcy, Mra. CiitUeriiie Hiirvey, wife of Diivitl Hiirvoy Sr., died qnite sudden ly a t tho homo of her son two miles east of O'Lonry, David Harvey J r ., on ^' ondny morning. Slio Imd been in e . Tcellent lienltli apparently nntil n few hours beforo doatli overl- ook her. Tlie doctor i^ avti us the ciinso of Iier death heart fnlltire. Mra. Harvey was born in Ireland 84 years nun, and leuvos her husband and fivo sons and three daughters to mourn hor loss, while twodaucbters preceeded her in death. Three of her children, David, Sam and James reside in this county, the others arci residents of Mussacusotts and South Dakota. , The interment will take pHcj at tlio O'Loary cemetery, in all prohnbility on Wednesday . ittornoon at 2 o'clock. Should some of their relatives in the east signify their intention to be present, the funeral would be poatponed until their arrival. Ilfgii School Lliorary. PERSONAL. Has tpm- edMii TTniteclStat( is'.' G'reat Britain atid Canada. Dr. Josorih P^ rkSr.' of Loudon, lud., fakes plonsnro in testifying 40 tlieir groat a b i l i t j . ' ' Dr. Brudpti, of'DpsMbiilOH. sav. s " tluiy are tlia very bo. st Jubilou Suiijovs ho haw DELIBEttATE WILLFUL MURDER. WhyJudj^''^ l| i,' a)( er termtnod Hort- Cherokee. lo.'. Jan. 4.— Special: Jndue Wakefield in passing jndgniont on Harrj^; fiortman said: . " The/' fiVst " iiuestion for; the court with cft^ renco to " dotermininij tho - degree o r the murder in this oase, waether.' i,^ \> B t he first or second de- Kree. . Iliat, this killing was unlawful, witht^^ Uoo hforethoni; ht, I think there can be< A9 ( ine^ tion fro-. n tho evidunun. " The evidence uiscloses to my mind tiiat tliere wis a premeditation and preparation for > ho nut wliioh resalttd in tne) defttb of Floronoe Porter. I find it is %| 4pt that the killing in tlii . H in- BtAnoe ) waa willful, deliberate and pronedi^' atod. and that defendant la PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS, A Meeting of tho ANHOclatlon will bo Held In LcMars Pebniary 8 and 9 Kelutive Importance of Oral . . v - . , . . ~ . . . . „ - V . . ^, I Written Spellina.- John VndBr'^•^ cken. ia for, the obnrt to determine from, tin) t ojaougse,! ^ y Nellie Mor. io gulUy: ot, iQHurder In the first degree.. " TKe remiiining proposition which evidence tb 'afc 18 beforo the conrt, is as to the punishment tfant Kbull bo in flicted. The ntatnte provides in cases to mbrd ^ r of the first dcgreo the pnn- Ishsaeiit'shall be l ^ y death or impris onmsnt '. for life at hard labor in tho 9tate,, jpqDi . tentiary." Continiji'ng h e s a l d: It . f^ eeins to me, however, from the popular estimate of which U the greater.- . pqnialuuent, that tho ) o/ islu tar « , int,^ a(^^ d that death would bo in flicted only fn ttie more grievous ofpn30j,','; To ufiy mind . there is very jjrea'l? doubt wbotlier or. not imprison ment. far life is. HOt the more serious peiifll. tj ;,,, bn , t , t) iat is not the popnlar e8tin] ate „ 6o I'tffke it that tho purpose of tbi} . legUlaji^ ro . was that death HliC> Uld4) e4i) A'o(^'^' i'^ B nioi'O stirions an {^ rli ) e ; ii: pq,^ ablG oiTehses. It seoma to mft,, that 5be kilHng:> ot a'fluting, inof fenslv'e 'sfirl'^ for no'other purpose or re4' s " 5n'' iliiin! that aha did not wish to oofnplvijwith. soiiie demand of the man whq,- K^ j) 8 her is' about ns willful andlnexousableasany mnrder can be. It therefore seems to me. if there are any oflenBBS of this character, that t bU killDK belongs to that cluss, and- it will therefor be the finding of tli9; oi), i ; irt tbat ( hp defendant should be pun/ jy; ed'with " death." Lydiii Thomp . Hon, sporotury oE tho Frofossional Teachers nsaooiatiun has a. inouncod tho following program for the moL'tini? whlcli will be held in the liigh school building ri this oitv Friday and Saturday, Fobi- lary H and 9 : . FRIDAY, 7: 31) p. ni Music. Addrfl .? H— President Churlos Ullrul Sholon. of Simpson Collage. SATURDAY, 0: i! 0 a. m. Music, The R( d « tion of Thought ExpresHion to Thouijht Getting—^ largaret Kniidofc. Disouasod by \ V. W. Jolfer.- i, and The High Scnnul Literary society will give iin open entertainment on Friday evening! January 31; to which all a re invited. Tlie following is' the program ; Song— Society,;. Duet— Misses Hills and Neldhart. Carront Events— David ^ Yarnell. ' Essay— Lillian Furchner. Piano Solot— Josie Freouian. Essay— Georgia Drown. Song. " Tlio oars aro ' splashing l i g h t l y " - t i u a r t o t . : Debate, Resolved that lynch law is, in some cases. Instifiable.— Afllrinativo, Herb Haas, Blanche . Johns; Negative, . Sarah Gilmnn, Otto Qootel. Song— Society. r . clie" lTIc7- Kr8ll VVed'dlng. Whjit Studios Should bo Reviewed in High School and what Should bo Attempted in Snoh Review? J. S. Sboup. SATURDAY 13;) p. ui. Mn. sio. Paper— Compulsory School Attendance, Mrs. G. A. Samniis. Review of the First Si. x C'haptors of Teaching the Langnagd Arts, James K Fitzwrald. The Ultmato Aim of Kducation. H. H. Thoron, frtanKled ina ShicJdcr. Mrs. Anna Hentges of Oyens was in LeMars Saturday. ^ C. R. Allen returned S a'truday from a bviainess trip tc) Nebraska. Jrio. Vnnderwioken of. Kemson was transacting business in til^ Mars Saturday. I E. 0. Pfafflo left this p i o r n i n g Ifor Delomont, S. D.,; to look4tter landed interests. ' ' t) ennis Orononot Sibley was visiting with friends in LeMarS; Friday and Saturday. ; J. P. BeokTA". Dolho| E and Theo.' Fideler of Remsen were in LeMars this morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Ka » 8 are oigoying a visit from Mra. R. Holly of IMiuneapolis. G. W. Phillips of tho Sutter house is reported very sick with an nttock of pneumonia. Mot Kuborn who visited with friend in Granville last week returned to LeMars Saturday. Henry Dorr of near Marcus was in LeMars Saturday visiting his uncle P. A. Dorr and family. Douiinick Bradley has gone to Uobart, O. T., whore ho expects to remain for some time. Mr and Mrs. W. M. Clagg are eu- . ioying a visit from Miss Grace Qgle of Court House, Ohio. Peter Tontinger and wife went to Remsen this morning to attend the Wagner- Duster wedding. Hugh Miinro who has been visiting in Hot Spriogs, Ark., for sometime, returned to LeMars Saturday. Mrs. F. P. Whitney was notified that her mother was seriouslv ill and she left at ouco for Mason City. Miss Wilson of Lake City, Iowa, and Miss Conghlin of Portage, Wis., are visiting with friends in LoMara. Mr. and Mrs. Beck of Akron visited in LeMars over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Post." Ed Thomerson went to Siou.' c City Saturday evening to attuud a banquet given by tho " Bobby Burns" club. Goo. C. Smith left Monday for Marcus where ho has accepted a position as foreman on tho Marcus News. Hon. H. C. Cnrtis loft Saturday evening for Now York and will sail soon to join his taniily in Germany. Misfl Mamie Sullivan and' Miss Alay Burke are visiting- in Rock Rapids with Miss Sullivan's sister, Mrs. Abbott. Jno. B, Perkins is visiting his old homo in Now York state. Buforo he returns ho will visit points of int (; ro3t in Canada. Hon. H. C. Curtis will leave for Germany soon for a long visit with ills family who are at preicnt in Wiesbaden. Fred Kale is the second LeMars boy who lias gone to Chicago to seek admission into tlio U. S navy. Ho loft Sunday evening. Fred Lang was in Lo. Mars this morning onroute to hii< home near Remsen. Ho was , iiist returning from Flandroan, S. D.. whore'Jhe had been visiting his daughter. F. A. Lewis of the Marcus News » •••• C••• o•• u• » n• » t• r•• y•• • » C••• o•• t• r• » e•• s• p••• o•• n•• b• » e•• n••• c•. e•• •• » •|• STBUBLB. Don't forget to write 1903. Our fine weather canght cold last Friday. i. io niarriauo of Miss Veronica Scheitler to Mr. . Tohn Krell took place tl. is morning iit tho St. Joseph's Catholic chnrc'h. the Rev. Father Feurestein ofllciating. Tho bride wore hor traveling dres . i and immediately after „ * i - i ' n " V i ~ ir ' r . i ' " ^" tho wedding breakfast, the yon. ig peo- ^" '^ l, T' plo took the east bound train and will SnM if f. T ' n"'" ^" visit at Chicago and otehor points for favored a few weeks, after which they will ""^ " f"^"'" ™ "' go to Parker, S. D.. and begin housnkoeping on a farm owned by tlie groom. ' I'leaso Return Gniptleii, Having disposed of my busiuess, I de- Pli James Sohool Entortslnment. : '^ I 'TbepripilsofSt, James school gave » " vet^;^" pleaBftnt jentertalnnient ut the • ••: ogifft house on Friday evening, aa- ^ 1^^^^ Wall Magner ^ .. pf. Stp^ il'Olt?. Mrs, Mftgner yosaesses -•-. » , voi 'o9 of great . swoetne8 .8 and high ' " ' OBlturo. and « 11 present enjoyed a lunsl- t . treat. • . ' . • • be |)| 9y.' Kathleen in live acts was jpqm'iu ayery. detail and mtioh ; ; '• i'Cred^ pnpila as well as ' tl^ elJ^^ nSJt ^|^ gJprB. Several of the reel . u s ; V, . tfttions" ttiid''( aW? wx won mil merl Jed A^ r::..,;?, i~ 8rftl( je^' Alraosji every seat in the lower Merrill Record : ThOiPqi; n shredding machine has Ijegun its, regular harvest of victims in this vio'in(? y, Of coifrse it was duo to curoleSsuoss but nevertheless such accideuta . aro hiippening almost daily. While operating the'throddcr on the Leo Hurt farm near ' I? otoala D, M. Baker thought to oJetir away sonio collected rubbish nsar'tHo knives. He chanced to glance around nt the same instant the rubbish » na his hand were drawn in, As a result lie left parts of three fingers of his right hand in the shredder. It was the merest accident hie hand and arm. were not also drawn in the dangerous inaohiue. Wm. Lang of Rouiseu was in Le Mars this mornim;. Ho was [ just ro turning from n triii into Nebraska, visiting Oakdale.' l 'HtorMbnrgand other points. Hin" aii'i) artics who havoomptykogsaud Albert Hinds, Hurry Plath, eases of tho Dnbuqno Malting ( Jo. to ro- Townsond, Harvey lioyd, Harold Boyd, tunHhoHamotomo at onco. All k,, gs pj,^„] t rimsry. Merval Smiley. Willie and cases now out arc charged to tho , „ 1 n T parties having them and unless rotnniod ^ ittlo, Harry Jloward, Frank Samp immediately tho valuo of tho same will son, Edwin , Bnehlur, Helen Htrnijlo, bo p l a o d ia tlio hands of a collector. Norma Hcott, Vera Loudenslager. I kindly ask tho aid of my friouds an 1 ^ ^ 6 1 Peck. Erna Plath. Ella Beaver, former patrons to. assist, i n _ _ c l « u ^ i Lydia Adler, Ha/. el Little, Edna Gay my business. 7 Im MAT PKNNT nor, Doris Clark, Bessie Clark, Wil Poro Sulo, a « () acres of Plyniouth Country farm land, 70 acres under cultivation, balaiico hay, pnsluro and timber; two live springs on farm; fenced and cross fenced; barn and other building, This month at Iho bargain price of $ 20 jior acre. T. R, Mm; it « i. L. .^'-"' nilyVol- the house was ooouplod, . " - SUrn. ' Anna BeUalre aooompaiiied V ^ ' li ^ j[ aVfl « 5^ iR ^ he torn vopal s'eleo'trons'", Romombor tiio Bioux City Browing Co invest thoir oai) ital iu our oity, buy malt mid hops from Plymouth county farmers from which they mauufnctuvo tho finest beer in the laiid. Why not give them your trade':' Order a case of thoir "" Alpin Rose" brand of beer for tttblo uBo ftiul koop tho money at homo. NloNye sells it a t wholosalo aud retail, lUiitt Pouni's old- stand, Otli. stroot.. ' tf '•' Remember tho J l a i n e " anaval drama by Lincoln J. Career, author of tho " Heart of Chicago" and seven other successful dramas will be pre sented at the opera house nest Friday, January 3t It is A stirring melodrama relating tho ;| Bcenos and incidents that took place in our recent trouble with Spain.. A beautiful love story runs through tho plot which is interseraod with wit and comedy, hatred and Intrigue. Among the prominent obaraotors are General Lee, Gen. Woyler, ' Jose, an American girl, a Cuban girl, a funny Irishwana and a Chinainau. Mrs. Sartorl entertained the pupils of Miss Shadle's class on Saturda;!' Hjterijppn. A pleaaant tiiue was enjoyed hy alliprf^ s^ nt^ nd dainty refreshraeiut^., wove tfqrVed. All fred Woodard. Mrs. P. H. Diehl { javo a dancing party last Friday evening in honor of Miss Myrna . Mayliew and her t'uost Miss Minnie Weruli of Grand Encamp ment, Wyo. A delicious mippnr was served. Mr-), ' ieo. . SanimiH assisted Mrs. Diehl in her duties as hostoi- M. Mrs, Hilbert entertained a large number of the young friends of her son Rue on Saturday afternoon. Miss Matie Clark assisted the hostess in on tortaining tho young people. At fivo o'clock a dainty supper was served Mrs, N. Becker who suatauied such severe injuries two weeks ago when returning from Htruble, has recovered sufficiently to bo moved to the home of her son on Wushiugton street; an 1 will tberolbo cared for until she can ro turn to her homo near Romsen. The danco Friday night was iiuite well attended, many coming from a distance of Granville, Maurice Jand LeMars. Mrs. Bart Baker is on the sick Hat. Frank Stall and Mr. Piegall of Maurice went to Chicago with several cars of stock. Quite a number of the friends of Dora and Carry Dnrband were entertained at the Durbond home Jannarv • JB. Charley Maust and Mr. Winoy marketed hogs Monday. We notice ou^. friend Joseph Krnae iu town Monday for the first time since ho was sick with lung fever. Anna Kiiewel was sewing for Mrs. Anton Durband Inst week. Will Mandelkow took a cold ride with two travelinir men Saturday night. ThcY wanted to go to LeMars and our obliging liveryman took them there. Ed Ritter is quite sick at the home of his brother Phillip with typhoid fever. His mother and yonnger brotuor are here from Schallor, Iowa. Our hopes are for a speedy recovery. Cliarley Worley one of Egln ' s beat boys, has rented the Garret Lewis farm of James and John Deegan. Just what Chorlev ia going to do with the nice houae on the place we Laven't heard but expect to hear wedding bells ring beforo spring. We understand Frank Dominick ana family are under ijnarantine.' for smallpox. , Toe Obermeyor will hold a sale in February. Mr. O. will move to Nebraska. Mrs. Garret Lewis ia not in tho beat of health of late. That sho may bo restored to her former strength is our wish. Ed Durband unloaded a car of machinery last week. Mrs. John Lewis who has been very ill is getting better aud hopes are now oucertained for her recovery. Fred Drall'a aalo called in the men from miles arouud last Thursday. Quito u number from Yankon, S. D . , were in attendance. The day was favorable and everything in the lino of hogs Bold at u good price. Who says such sales aro not a benefit to tho community in which thej; are held. Iowa has g o o d stock and i t is in demand. Anton Dnrband is making some improvement iu the way of a new kitchen. John Brandt is doing the work so wo know it will bo done right. Tho basket social at the M. E. church last Wednesday was a financial Bucoess, The ladies realiRcd about 117 00. B. O, Flioknerdid his part well aa auctioneer. Ritter Bros, received some new mu. chinery Monday. Chua. Mauat contemplates taking a trip to tlie stato of Washington before long. Wni. Doef^ an was in town last Friday. Will ia fooling pretty good but kinii of loneaoino aa hia better half has gone to Dubuiino for n short visit with elativea. Thos. McFarland haa h i s man haulng manure out of town. This - is a good idea for any farmer to do durng tho winter months. Gen. Hetlnor who has been visiting here loft for Oklahoma to look over tho country. I. Selbona ia quarantined for smallpox; hia aon about la years old isldown" wltli the disoaso Dr. Moad was in Grant township whore ho vaccinated a largo'nuinber of young people last week. The doctor in demand. Horman Mandolkow ia in Chicago with stock. Owing to tho storm laat Sunday no services wore hold ut'thu Catholic or M. VJ. churchea. Miss DetlofE daughter of our proa- ^ erou.' i Elgin township farmer, .' Henry DetloiT, did shopping here Monday and called on friends. Carl Clave of northwest of town did buainess hero yesterday. Nick Hansen purchased a nice gray team last week and yesterday dressed them with a fine now harness bought of our Martin Frey tho harnesamaker. Bob Moran come down from Sioux Oity Friday and returned last evening. He is a student, at Brown's Uusinoss college. Jim Kelloy of LeMars did insurance business here last week. MiUolPow made tho town for the New York Lite. Thia is a good company. John Emery is in Texos looking over tho country. John Thompson was at Struble last week, Court is grinding away over In Hioux county this week, Several important oaaoa are ui>. The Grafton murder caao is one. Miss Huortx of near Remsen Is visiting friends liero. Mis') Alice Frenin is working for Garret Lewis. Ray Garner of LeMars took in the dance Friday. A. Durband was at Dalton Saturday. Miss Dora Detloif who is u Mr. Phillip Emmert of Melbourne was married last week. We extend hearty congratulations for Mr. Emmert is one of the most esteemed men of the county. Mr. NilesI Parker haa returned from his vacation. Mrs. Keller has returned from Epipljany, S. D., where she went to consult the famous Father Kreuger for her health. Friends trust that she will derive benefit. The Merrill Hour mill broke i t s main shaft on Saturday making them shut down tor a few hours. From all accounts of people who have used the Jlerrill flour it beats them all. Frank Lake the stock^ buyer of Sioux City was hero on Monday and says the Merrill liog market is S warm one. The question of wa'ffe'r. works for fire protection is liable t6 come up again this spring, we undeiatand the site for the resevoir has already been secured. Mrs. W. C. Peoh was in LeMars last Wednesday. Mr. C. A. Mauer of LeMars was hero this week. L. B. Ausman's throughbred hog sale waa well attended and ia reported to be one of the best sales cried by Col. Wood tho well known thoroughbred cattle and hog auctioneer around here thia winter. Tho Ladies aerved fine chicken pie dinner for the sale in the city ball. Mrs. Tollj; wlio is better remembered by hor maiden name Besaio Vagno has been viaiting friends hero the past week. Geo. Kale ia viaiting in Cliicago this week. Mr, \ V. C. Pecli had been buving < iu{ te a lot cattle this woek and will ahlp Saturday night Robert Cochran marketed a carload of cattlo Saturday the stock buyers say they aro tho beat carload of cattlo that have been shipped out of here his winter. Tho Woodmen lodge initiated sbven candidates. The team from Leeds which is vald to bo one of the best in northwestern Iowa came no to help. After the work was done tho tiaminot was served. Mr. W. C. Pech. Mr. J im Alderson and Mr. J. T. Harker went to Chicago Saturday night. Revival meetings are taking place at tlio M. E. church oonduoted. by Rev. T. M. Houeo. Wednesday on account of the death of. his mother, Mrs. Ryan. Mrs. Ryan fomerly resided here and her many friends hero were grieved to hear of her death. • John Dondelinger nmrketeil wheat in LeMars on Friday. Several of our farmers attended the Ausman hog sale in Merrill on Friday. 1 DALTON. Seiben Seibeu's homo is under quarantine for smallpox. Tho . quarantine , on the Scbiiiid homo has been prolonged owing to another case in the family. Bffle Atwood is fast on the road; to recovery. Mrs. A. H. Johnson waa a caller on Dalton families Friday > ternoon. • • Homer Horton has received a trio of fine bronyze turkeys. We hops be makes tt grand success of them Mrs. Hodgson and son Ohas. Elmer Cavanaugh and Una Flarroty took in the play at LeMars Friday. ' A car of fine fat cattle left our burg tor market Saturday, Penibferton & Mohan being the shippers. '• G. S. Benton was a LeMars visitor Saturday. ' ' • < •- Geo, Ewers was a Dalton business visitor Saturday. ''• " M. D. Neial US o^* Marlon township has purobasodtho residence property of JohnPoeoke on Fifth etreet and will make his hom « in LeMars utter March first. Ho recently sold his fan for 1) 173 per aore. " Marlon Jopes'wUo- ht^ s been etudytng pUarmnoj'at'. the Highland Park < iol JAMES. D. T. Dunhmyouo of Sioux City's I 'ealestatu men was doing business here Friday. ^ Chas. and Davo Jiurphy formerly of his place but now of the big Sioux Valley, were visitors here Friday. Ernest Bros, of Ibo Hdgo tinlofidi'd a cor of lumber last week. D. Greg and daughter Izzie were visiting at tho Marr home Friday and Saturday. P. E Hold and wife were oity vis iters Wednesday. The Sliumato * Bi- Jj. have ivrntel the Miller farm adjoining town for th( coming year. Hily Pulton waa a visitor to Lwds Friday. Prof. Henry Milller has bills out announcing a public siile ot hia fiir/ 11- ing eflfoots, on February U. Bert Douglas will wori the Atwood farm this summer. I t is rumored that Dave Bornholtz will movu his buildings to Leeds when spring opens u p ; w i ; hope not for if this moving bastae. ss keeps on at tho rate i t has been tliu [ last few years there will bo nothing left of our little town. Chaa. Savage of Leeds waa visiting hia parental home last week. Our worthy mayor has returned from the sunny sjuth with glowing proiso of the possibilities of that region and that beyond doubt it is the Ed yard of tills United States and the Mecca of all diecontented pilgrims. Ho has backed up his statementi by inviting in a patch of Oklahoma's rod district of 100 rods s( iuaro bnttlug tho oity of Kiugfiaher on the hilla. Our old friend Neahlt [ who has^ wandered over a good;[ deal of this mundane sphere of ours has also purchased a patch of this famous district and will settle down upon it soon. We notice by the Hinton Gaiiotte that the ma. vor will leave ^ us in the spring but such is not the case and we are exceedlnglv glad to note the same as ho is tho town's right hand bowe and it would soon go to pieces without his support. O'LEABY. D. D. Smith of Leeds visitea friends here for about a week. Miss Kittie Chamberlain visited in LoMara Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. R. W. Harrison ot LeMars'is visiting with her many fiienda in Union township Geo. Plnney and C. 0. Luddusaw went to Hawnrden to stay for about a week. Mrs. Geo. Furrel wont to Illinois to see some relatives who are sick. Several from here attended the Henry Bros, hog sale near LolMars. A social was held at the Iioiue of Peter Steele on January 21. MAURICE. It tranapirea that Frank Dominick, four mile aoutheaat of Maurice whom the nuboritiea undertook to investigate last wxek as to tho presence of smallpox In hia family ;^ was compelled to call n physician who reported that hia family liad tho genuine smallpox, The place has been placed under qaaran tine by the townahip autkoritiea. The hordware firm of De. Tong, Vogelar & Kraai, | l has been diaaolved, Henry Do Jong having purchaaed the interest of his partners, and he is now the sole proprietor of the Maur |. OQ faai^ dwaro store. Messrs. DeJong iind Kraai have also sold thoir intor- CBC in the Orange City store to Messrs. Q Vogelar and D. Do Kok who will couduot the store there, Kraai retires from the'butiinuBs entirely. ' Jas. MoDougall and wife from Plymouth county wore guests nt the home of Mr. and Mra. A. Shermau. andSelh' • Allen last Friday. Mr. MoDongaU 'i i 'a,. one of the pioneers of AorthwesternV"../ Iowa. To a Review representotive he, * said that he had shot oik where.' th'O' town of Maurice now stands, and'biid ''-'' f' seen ns high as fiftyjof thoBO animals iu one procession making their way across the prairies. ' * •'"-^'^ i J. T. Crowley lias been making numerous repairs and improvements nt'" his Palaco livery barn, and the Interior of the place now presents a deoidedlv better appearnco. ..-. i Early Monday morning before many < of our oiti / ons had enjoyed their. ••') 10 morning meal. Sheriff Jack'Henry w a s " ' ' seen circulating about the city, pro-"-' • senting numerous persons with small "''^'"' chronios, containing the disriot court' seal and a request to appear forthwith ••••>• to give evidence before tho grand jury "•' •• ac Orange City. Nearly all of t h e - ; "" available rigs in town were brought': into sorvioo for the occasion and It'--" can be truly aaid tlint those who r e - ' nialnod behind hud never been classed " t ' - r with tlie sporting element. What'"-' '' stories were told to the grand j u r y on • .*•' tho qnostion of gambling is yet an' '^••'•' i unknown quantity, as is a l s o - t h e " ' j u r y ' s opinion of wlint was related" to; ;''- 8 them. And several citizens areocori-* y Dying an uncomfortable position onv''. ; he anxiouB Beat.— Maurico Review. ' ^'•••-. v ' ;' aXANTON. A. J ; ioott deliv^ rud aovoral hundred bushels of corn in LeMars laat week. Robt. Hodgson and John Dempster marketed a nice bunch of fat cattle in Merrill ou Saturday. Wm. Peoh of Merrill waa a caller here one day last week. Wm. Krall of Akron called on Jiia manv friends here on Saturday and Sunday, Word was received here iliut Cora Alderson who went to* tho west side of tho county to visit lier slater, Mrs. Geo, Eastman, was ( luaruntlnod thore on account of sinallpox in the Bast man family, Dr. Reeves " ot LeMars was called student again" ou Friday to attend Robert of tho LeMars college called on friends Hodgson who has been sick all winter, here Monday. Barnard Huebrook of Ha warden is Miss Kate Millard's basket took first present Btaying with the Drookman prize at tho soolal last Wednesday fmJuy, oveuing. Joseph Nommers of Granville l a t ' tended tho dance Wednesday evening. To fill space wo suggest a telephone line in Struble. Hkewis" the extension of tthe proposed eleoliio line from Sioux City to BtroWe. The " Alpin Rose" brand Is Ihe leail* lug bottled beer, whofesaled aad re* I within the past jreov ftW prtiered by ' 90HJV8e in a much' Bhyrter Torwdo iMuri^ et,', t} ie') ml , fln ?* rJhot- Judge WflJk|^ fl « ia'to ' 4 j: aa ba « , gpaduftt « d adwlp'litratora,' guardlaris and , , . oxodutors whoWve hot .^ jed- repovtfl Jeg? jn DpeMoinea, has o « w|? l9te^ Uje - ^ - ' "•• tiwe than John Scott leaves ou Friday for Bbelaou, Iowa, where he has nooepted a good position . John Krfimer of near Moville was a caller here one day last week On account of the severe weather that prevailed on Saturday evening no literary was held here, : ] Rerthft AUrwl ol America towrishi ,,. , ^ wa8 ^ « « UtiV'l » ero on Friday, iPrUghard, A splendid time was^ re; here ? 08t week. ', MBBRILL. Mrs. Rose is pu tljie alok list with I ( wnttaQkot thQ ginp. Remember tho Maine, " a tour, uoti',, '* melo drama of tho a t i r t i ug InoidQntAi <.-- i ; i/ that took place in the late war with - Ji-.:- Spain, will be proaeuted here by Liu- •' coin il. Carter next Friday, Jannary.; 31. The play has buea meeting with' auccois in all tho large c i t i e s of Amer? ion and Canada, and u couBtaftt < l0'^;. c inand from the smaller town maha- J^'-'^ gers ot this phiy had decided Mr.. Car-,',^,^ ter to send it to the ailialler'oltioa tblB. i' aeason, It haa boon equipped withivctji special . set of ssonorv adapted to'. u'air,?^^ kind of stage su that when a • smaU i* f stage is reached the pvoduoton pan b'ev' glven in full detail just as well as,, OU*"^ larger one. A company of oightoou,,, people are necessary to present tnisv; play and the oompauv to be soon la said to be a g} od one. ' hero' .\ dvertfs « d LvMuri . Moiuky T. SaniidupyJolm Bisenqr/' Mlas Eva Corbet Mrs. Olara HiUl'" W. C. Foster For Salo;-- Somo roosters. 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