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   Oelwein Register (Newspaper) - December 24, 1913, Oelwein, Iowa                                OITYHliWS From Mondays Dally Register s LIKE OELWEIN John Mailer of Stanley was shopping here Saturday Emma Bahl spent Sunday with her sister in Waterloo the matter with this holi day and cool J M Smlttel of Waacoma was a business caller here Saturday J Ryan and daughter of La inont were shoppers here today Ethel and Ella James of Aurora were shopping here Saturday loan Ross of Arlington was the guest of relatives in the city Saturday A Humdahl of Fort Dodge is visiting in the G P Chiquet Iwme Fova1 spent Sunday jn Wa terloo with his brother Loyd and wife August Sharff and daughter EOitli of Aurora were shopping here lodey Marry Miller returned today from Rowley where she visited rel atives Jess BlaUley of Stanley spent the day in the city the guest of Miss Laura Lynch ilaseman returned morning to Wihona Minn where he will he employed Sadie Dickens of Muscatine is the guest of her nephew Ear Hodge and wife H L Brocko spent the day her mother Mrs in Hazleton with W J Huntington Frank Garland left this mor ning for Conception la where she will visit relatives M McConn and daughter Lucille went to Cedar Rapids for a few days visit with friends and Olga Nelson returned to day to Walker after a weeks visit with their brother Albert Nelson and Mrs Frank WJiitney of Waterloo are in the city called by the death of their uncle A O Tiffany and Mrs Luther Ledgerwood of Paton La aoe in the city the guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs W J Durfey Ltla Eggert is spending the tlay with irelatives in Denver Clarence Coder of Des Moines is visitivg relatives in tho city W I Parker and Miss Eula of were shopping here today Geuevieve McDonough of Bryantburg visited relatives here Sun day Hardy is home from Ames to spend her vacation with her par ents James of Aurora visited friends here Sunday on his way to Omaha Buchee of North Dakota is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs laeger Galvin of Aurora is in the city to spend the holidays with her parents t B Scott returned today from a weeks visit with relatives in New Hampton Winkler yesterday for Peciria III where she will visit with relatives Violet Kiefer of Hazleton spent the day with his sister Mrs C A Armstrong and Mrs Henry Haynes spent Sunday in Waterloo with their daugh ter Mrs CGreene R L Rose returned Satur day evening to Clarion after visiting relatives in the city Ella Dove and daughter of Pittston Pa are guests of Mrs W N Ernst for a few days Harper Dr Leehcy and Loyd Young attended the Majestic theatre in Waterloo last evening Mangan of Waucoma spent Saturday with his sisters Mesdamos G tteed and Art Strong and Mrs Arthur Black went to Conroy this morning to spend the holidays with relatives A G Beatty of Inedpend ence visited her daughter Mrs R S Glean in thecity Sunday Georgia Quigley went to Aus tin Minn yesterday and will spend Christmas with her sister I T Iverson of Waterloo was a Sunday guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Won Conkey Blanche Ayers of Fort Dodge is ia the city to spend the holidays with her father W S Ayer Dr Kennedy left yesterday for Huntington W Va where she wil Tisit relatives turinetbo t returned to Hamburg after visiting in the city his sons Robert and Alvin Con nor Grace Galvin of Aurora spent Sunday in the city with her par ents Knapp of Chicago is in tho city and will make this his future homo was received by relatives in tho city Sunday of the serious ill ness of Mrs Charles Hidler in Chi cago C A Kunklc caned to Waterloo Sunday by the serious ill ness of her daughter Mrs Fred Risley Frank Ostrom and baby of Algona arrived in the city today and are guests of her sister Mrs Chas Ellis cHy to spend his vacation with mother Kate Sanfcrd and Mrs Robert Shiells and two childre not Tabor Alberta were guests in the J Morrow home Sun day on their wal to Ontario F SchaMskey went to Walk er today to visit her brother from there she goes to Cedar Rapids to fspend Christmas with her mother and Mrs Henry Kappes leave in the morning for Black Hawk Utah after an extended visit in the home of their parents Mrs Chas Hanson and V Kappes nnd Mrs John Meier of Davis 111 who have been visiting in the John Eggert home went to Denver this morning for a few days visit with their son and Frank Galvin who are at tending St Josephs college in Dubu que are in the city to spend their va cation with their parents Mr and Mrs J J Galvin and Mrs Ed Stansherry of Neb who have been guests of the latters sister Mrs Chris Becker went to Maynard this morn ing to visit her parents presents were moving out from the city postoffice his morn ng by the dray load Great is the par cel post Just wait till Wednesday and steen drays will ba needed and Mrs M A Trout of Fay ette who have been visiting the lat ers sister Mrs J H Irwln left to day for Dubuque whwere they will spend Christma swith relatives and Mrs Fender Miller of South Oelwein are the proud parents of a baby girl born the 17th weighing 2 pounds Mother and child do ng Father as well as could be ex pected H Phillips and family moved jack to the business part of Oelwein their residence corner of Third avenue and Second street south They now occupy the rooms in the second story his his first business block on South Frederick street where they re sided far a number of years and feel very much at home It is understood that they will return to the suburbs with the return of the birds in the spiring CORN BELT BUSINESS COLLEGE VACATION Friday for a Two Weeks Holiday to Instructors The Corn Belt Business college ad journed Friday for a two weeks holi day vacation The term has been a successful one and the pupils gave evidence of their satisfaction with the conduct of the classes by presenting the instructors with Christmas pres ents a few days in advance To Prof Benson they presented a gold handled Bilk umbrella and to Miss Claire Krause was given a fine cut glass dish They were somewhat sur prised and overwhelmed by the sur prise but responded by thanking the pupils for their kind remembrances assuring them that it will be their pleasure to again serve them in two weeks Miss Kiause has gone to Rudd to spend her vacation COUPLE IS BORNEO HOUSE WIPED OUT MAYNARD ITEMS PER SONAL AND GENERAL Death of Mrs Chas Schroder Suiiday of Mr aid Mrs Schu machers Babe School closed Friday for the Christ mas vacation Rev A W Tongue and daughter Marguerite were Oelwein visitors on Saturday afternoon Mrs W A Harper and Mary spent last Friday in Cedar Rapids shop ping L D Rowley has been on the sick list the past few days Will Gotdbserry was up from Oel weiu Monday on business John McLeish of Orau was in town Monday taonsacting business and call ing on friends Miss Blanche Budrich was absent from he rduties at Meyers store a few days last week on account of sickness Mrs York came up from Cedar Rap ids last Friday and spent the day with her daughter Mrs Dr Bakor Ross Ashbough and family came the first of the week to spend Christmas with relatives in Indiana Chas Dyer and wife came over from Sumuer Sunday and spent the day with friends Miss Fleeta Davis came down from Alpha last Saturday for a visit at the Gene Knight home Ed Stansberg and wife came Mon day from Norfolk Neb to spend Christmas with her parents S T Barnes and wife Ed Brown and wife left Monday for Greene la where they will spend Christmas with their daughter Mrs Will Miller H TL Meyer and wife came up from Independence Monday for a visit at the home of their son Alfred north of town Miss Pearl Fishback arrived here Saturday evening from Storm Lake for a short visit with friends and will then go to Arlington to spend Christ mas with her sister Mrs Frank Cun ning Mrs Dr A E Conrad left Tuesday for Chicago where she will spend Christmas with her husband and al so visit relatives Henry Leonard and famiyl drove over from Elkader Sunday for a few days visit with her parents A D Patridge and wife Henry Adams and family of Dee Moines stopped off ehre for a few hours Saturday afternoon with his mother and left on the evening train for Don nan to visit her parents The three months old babe of Geo Stahl and wife was burled here Mon day afternoon Services were con ducted by Rev Tiede Mrs Chas Schrader living south west of town died very suddenly Sun day morning after a very short ill ness She leaves a husband father mother two brothers and two sisters to mourn her loss besides many rela tives and friends Funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon from the Lutheran church conducted by Rev Tiede John Schumaker and wife mourn the death of their three months old babo iwho died last Friday at the hospital in Dubuque The little one had been sick for some time and It was thought best to have an opera tion but he was too weak to stand one Funeral was held Sunday after noon The family have the sympathy SheIs en route to Kansas for a visit with her daughter Mra Roy Hayes and will leave for there on Tuesday Elmer Young of Oelwein transact ed business in town Monday Frank King and daughter Blanch went to Cedar Rapids Monday for a visit his parents Mr and Mrs O P King Clifford Swartzell arrived Thursday for a holiday visit with his parents Mr and Mrs L T Swartzell Clifford is nowaw junior in the stale univer sity at Minneapolis Miss Elzena Johnson who js teach ing school near Rowley came home Friday for a vacation visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Gus Johnson Ray Maguire of Cedar Rapids is ex pected home Wednesday for a vaca tion visit with his grandmomther Mrs Emma Bowers Blaze Envelops Black Hawk Count Woman When She Drops Oil Lamp STANLEY STATEMENT OF PERSONAL NEWS In the First Town East on the V G Railroad of the community ment in their bereave Cvdar Falls Dec Mr and Mrs Thomas Brown were fatally burned in a fire that destroyed their farm home four miles south of Cedar Falls late last night WnjJe filling a lamp last night Mrs Brown dropped it at the same time dropping a lighted match The kero sene immediately blazed igniting her clothing Mr Brown was in another room He rushed to his wifes assistance when he heard her screams ed to extinguish b h vmlng clothiufe urns The couple finally managed to reach the door of their home whero both collapsed and the faouse soon was in u nines Neighbors attracted by the fire found thorn lying on the ground only a short distance from the flaming structure and hurried them to Ce dar Falls in an automobile Two small children who were near their mother at the time of the acci dent escaped injury The fire loss to the home will be about Mr Brown may recov er que is in the city and will spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs J McDonough Gertrude tScott returned to Independence this morning after a few days visit with her daughter Mrs Claude Axllne Mary Dover of Fredericks is in the city to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs C E Burns daring her vacation don Rouse is home from his school duties In Bloomington and will spend his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs H E Rouse Snnford student in St Jo eephs college in Dubucjue is in the Catarrh Cannot Ke Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and inorder tocure it you musttalre internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was pre scribed by one of the best physic ians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It it composed of the best known tonics known com bined with the best blood purifiers noting directly on the mucous sur faces The perfect combination of the two Ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Safety Courtesy Progress HAZLETONIAN HAP PENINGSPERSONALS All the From the White City to Miss Gertrude Lowell our success ful intermediate teacher was a pas senger to Oelwein Saturday She was a passenger from there to her home near Aurora on the afternoon train where she will remain during her two weeks holiday vacation Miss Fannie Heyward and Mrs D E Mahoney were pleasant callers on Thursday in the John Moshar home southeast of town Mr and Mrs Langham Mrs Platt Effle Manning and Willie Manning were Oelwein callers Friday Rufus Halstead and family have moved from Mrs J H Lincolns house in the east part of town into the Vance Zabriskie house Mr Geo Hill and Miss Fae Rich ards sprang a great surprise on their many friends here last week when on Thursday Dec 18 they were united in marriage by Rev H Foote in his home at noon in Hazleton Thej were taken to Independence that same morning after nine ocblck in ah auto when their license to marry was se cured After their marriage thej made a flying trip to Oelwein in time to catch the afternoon train for Chi cago where they spent their honey moon wit hrelatives Well venture to say some rice would have been wasted had their young friends here been aware of the fact of their being on that train as it stopped at our sta tion This young couple number their friends by the score and are well anc favorably known by most of our readers May they have a happy and prosperous voyage through life They will be at home to their friends after Feb 1st Mr and Mrs Geo Langham and Mr and Mrs H S Oakes were guests for dinner in the Geo Brooks home one day last week it being the birth day of Mr Brooks Arthur Sinkey of Mt Vornon S D arrived here Saturday with D M Schwartz who had spent a few days in the formers parents home Mr and Mrs Will Sinkey Arthurs pat ents are expected here Tuesday They have recently sold their property in South Dakota and are moving to Ok lahoma visiting relatives an dfriends here on their way They will be re membered by many as formerly liv ing in this community Mr and Mrs Willie Campbell were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs Emma Pond Misses Jessife Short and Floy Schwartz were passengers to Oelwein Saturday N P Stimson was on the streets of the South Dan Harrington left Sunday on a business trip to Kansas City Miss Lizzie Thomas transacted busi ness in Union fff and Cecil Ross and Infant daughter of Humboldt arrived Thurs day for a visit in the home of her parents Rev and Mrs W E Ross Edward Miller of Independence vis ited part of last week with his uncle Henry Diehl and the John Diehl fam ily Mr and Mrs Wm Sadler and Mr and Mrs John Kendall and children will go to Waterloo Tuesday for a holiday visit in the homes of their daughter Earl Sadler Charles Allen and son Christmas is here again and those who have availed themselves of our smiugs system during the past year now have ampin funds at their com maml for Christmas shopping Te advantage of a Savings Account is Hint you can dray all or any pirt cf your money during the year If yen have not a savings acrount Ptirt one for 1914 with us We are the Onyl Organized iSavings Institu tion in Oeiwein We Wish You A Merry Christmas IOWA SAVINGS BANK Mr and Mrs Guy Swartzell and lit tle daughter Ruth and Mr and Mrs Hary Swartzell motored to Quiisque ton Sunday and spent tho day with their mother Mrs David Swartzell Mr and Mrs W G Klefer and Jul ius Capple Saturday in Water loo Mrs Hugh Brock of Oelwein spent Monday with her5 parents Mr and Mrs Homer Huntington Miss Flossy Coy Is the new clerk in the postofflco In of Charles Ten ney resigned Misses Barbara and Rosa Simok re turned to their homo in Strawbery Point on Sunday after a weeks visit in the home of their sister Mrs Will Struckmnn Mrs Struckman and lit tlo daughter accompanied them home fcr a holiday visit with her parents Rev and Mrs R H Bolster are en joying a holiday visit from their son and daughter who are attending Coe college in Cedar Rapids They ar rived home on Friday Mr and Mrs Harry Jakeway of Liv ermore arrived Monday fora holiday visit with her parents Rev and Mrs W E Ross Mrs John Diehl and daughter Rose and ilcss Mackenzie attended the funeral of the infant srn of Mr and Mrs Adolphus Diehl of Waterloo at the Wilson cemetery near Independ ence on Sunday The child hul died with srarlelina and their oldest son of years is very ill with scarlet SUMMER SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS the News From the HremerFay ette Town Northwest Carrier Burrows of route No 2 north ind east of town notes the following tnprovemcnts along his route since spring R F Whittenberg double cornerib H Nicwoelmer hen house f F Bergman barn Win Hoeger uachine shed and hen house Wm Fe leler automobile house E louble corncrib A Block automobile louse and engine house Wairren Crea se r foundation completed for house and will also build barn and other uihlings Fred Borchedring automo bile house G Moser double corn crib and hog house Tom Dawson imchine house George Stout rebuilt louse and built barn Fred Nicdert barn Mr and Mrs Scott French of Ames visited last week with relatives here Mr French is an uncle of Mrs V R and Mrs French is a sister of Mrs Harry Reeves They return ed Saturday Mrs Thos McMeekin spent a few days here with her daughter Mrs W Marsh last week she had also been visiting at Fredericksburg nad re turned from here to Garner where she makes her home with Mrs Slack A fine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Burkhart on the morning of the 18th Mother and child doing well under the care of Grandma Keding Mrs Erne Ross came from Minneap olis the last of the week to spend her Christmas vacation at Ingteside Misses Alice Deluhrey and Mary Paden who are teaching at Rembrandt this year are home for vacation Word comes from Cross Lake Minn of the birth of a baby daughter to Mr and Mrs Olive Fiester George Kruger who is a student at Wartburg college at Clinton came home Saturday to remain until after New Years Miss Mary Hatch of Washington la is spending the holidays with her sis ters here Will Scbuknecht returned from Illi nois the last of the week feeling much better Herbert Carpenter came home from Chicago to spend his vacation Mr Burke and daughter Sarah have gone to Fredericksburg to stay until after Christmas with his daughter Mrs Henry Barker Leon Winters came home from Ames the last of the week School closes Tuesday until after New Years and Misses Moore Thoene and Turner will spend their vacation at home John Lang Jr who is attending col lege at Iowa City this year is here for a week or two Mr and Mrs Riley who sold out their restaurant and bakery last week to Francis Schmidt of Muscatine have gone to Hawkeye to visit for a while but expect to go south to locate Mrs E Neipert has gone to Water loo to visit ovev Christmas Mrs T M Husband returned the first of last week a visit with her people at Independence A Merry Christinas To all our friends and patrons who have helped in making the pattingyear full of prosperity Alto our thanks are ex tended them for their patronage and with continuance of tame A C WILSON CO UNEMPLOYED ARMY IN LOS ANGELES Civic liodics Will Discuss Meuace to Life and Property Los Angcels Cal Dec to provide public employment for 30000 men and women said to be out of work in thi s city will be discuss ed tomorrow at a meeting repre sentatives of civic bodies for which a WATERLOO RUMOR CAUSTIC COMMENTS call was issue dtoday A resolution has been drawn up demanding that the city and coun ty of Los Angeles jointly appropri ate for public work Members of the Friday Morning club Wie largest womans organiza tion in the city the Central Labor council and the socialist party will have charge of the meeting The statement that there are 30000 unemployed in Los Angeles was made on the basis of an estimate by Chief of Police Charles Sebastian who de clared that the presence of such an army of unemployed was a menace to life and property NKOCKSiOUT PART OF PURE FOOD LAW Fixing of Butterfat Standard for Ice Cream Declared ing by McHenry Oelwein Saturday Alexander Campbell and family were guests Sunday for dinner m the S J Manning home Mesdames Brownell Pond and Bird were invited guests at dinner Monday in the home of Mrs O N Hillman H W Bird one of OUT hustling neighbors took a ilttle vacation from his work and spent Friday night and part of Saturday In the homes of rel atives in Oelwein Mrs Frank Ingawrll was a passen ger to Oelwein Friday Art Hlllman was a guest over night last Tuesday near Fayctte in the ArUDeVolt home Mrs Alice Winslow returned home the first of last week from a few days visit with old friends in St Paul Mrs Mary Fay remained in Tier home dur ing her abscence with her mother Mrs Simmer Mrs P T Powers of Aurora was a guest between trains Tuesday of last week in the H W Bird home Mrs Frank Brownell returned home with her for a short visit returning here Friday A J Manning and wife and two children Frank and Bessie arrived in Oelwein from Canada Thursday Frank Stimson was a passenger to Oelwein Friday We are glad to note that Ed Stim son is now able to be out and up town after his serious Illness Our bankers Harold Irvine and R R Sherman are now enjoying the new bank building on the north side of Main street near the M W A store building having moved the fixtures last week from the old banlc rooms Miss Ely Floyd our efficient Pri mary teacher started for her homo in Kansas City Friday evening where she will spend her holiday vacation in the home of her mother Miss OConnor our upper room teacher is spending her holiday vaca tion with relatives in Lawler G M Miller went to Waterloo Mon day to spend the day with friends Mrs Van Geldcr returned to her home in Wisconsin on Wednesday of last week and the other sister by the same name from Clinton will remain with Mrs Bates the refit of the win ter Mrs Monti Worman visited relatives at Prnirle Center last week and at tended tho M E bazaar held at L Francos Mrs Milliard Spragg of Wadena came Thursday for a visit in the Geo Fish home and with Mrs G M Miller STATEMENT Of tho ownership management cir culation etc of Tho Oelwein Regis ter published weekly at Oolweln Iowa for October 1 1913 Names of editors F S Robinson and H V Hoyer Oel woln Iowa managing editors f foyer Robinson Oelwein Iowa business managers H V Hoyer and F S Rob Oolweln Iowa owners Tf V Rebecca Known Ilryor F1 Robinson S Robinson and OHwoin Iowa bondholders mortgagers nnl oher seeiuity holders holding I per cent or more of tofil amount or li nds mortpsifies or other securitiesNone Average number of copies of each IsHtic of this publication sold or dis tributed through the malls or other wise to paid subscribers during tho months preceding October 1 1913 F S ROBINSON Sworn to and subscribed before me lis 22nd day of December 1013 SEAL MB iT 1NGRRSOLL Notary Public for Fayeltc County la My commission expires July T i y YOULL LIKE OELWEIN SCOTT CENTER SHORTS Personal Pointers From the Towu to the of Infant Saturday Miss Martin our school maam was an Oelwein Saturday Miss Silva Kivel visited Uzzie Lin coln a few days last week An oyster supper party was given at the Harry Lincoln home Saturday night and enjoyed by all present Mrs Juls Schroder was an Oelwein caller Saturday Frank Brownell spent Sunday night with relatives ia Stanley Mrs H Oaks of Stanley spent a few days of last week at the home of her son Tom utd family Geo Jelrbags and wife nad Mrs Wm Lincola stitoed at Waterloo Sat urday Chas Browaiell returned home Irom Chicago Wednesday He reports his brother Burr recovering nicely from his operation The ladies of the met Friday afternoon with Mrs Currcy Geo Baker and wife are in Oel wein caring far their son Eugene who is reported very ill with blood poisoning The infant son of Mr and Mrs Tom Oaks was quite sick last week and under the doctors care The basket social at the RatMrnra school house Friday night was a suc cess About was collected The two months old baby of Mr and Mrs Geo Staul smothered to death Saturday while they ware re turning home froml The child trfts wrapped up extra snug on account the cold The funeral ser vices tottk place at the home at eltvon oclock Monday morning and at two oclock hi Maynard The bereawod parents have the sympathy of heart In Chis community Des Moines Dec That portion of the state pure food law which fixes a standard of 12 per cent of butterfat for all ice cream sold was held uncon stitutional in a decision handed down by Judge W H McHenry of the dis trict court yesterday The finding of the court are regarded as an import ant victory for dealers in ice ceram over the state Judge McHenyr sustained a demur er interposed by the Hutchinson San ders and Arctic ice cream compan ies of Des Moines to informations charging them with having sold cream not up to the required standard The constitutionality of the law was attacked in Justice Conroys court when the proprietors of the three companies were arrested Jus tice Conroy overruled the demurrer and fined each of the companies An appeal was taken to the district court The facts upon which this law is founded are simply arbitrary and the presence of 12 per cent of butterfat in ice cream has no relation what ever and cannot possibly have any relation to public health morals or welfare says Judge McHenry In his opinion Ice cream is not a natural food product but a manufactured combi nation of other ingredients To one man ice cream containing 12 per cent of butterfat might be beneficial and acceptable to his taste To another man ice cream containing but 6 per cent of butterfat might be more suit able and in both instances it is matter of common knowledge that it is a harmless food product not inpur Suggestions That Might Well be Observed by Certain Hub CIvius Waterloo Reporter Commending the statements of William Gallowny in the Reporter Saturday It is to call a halt on such meuhods as he points out exist in Waterloo today Perhaps a rumor law is not a ne cessity It would not be if the old spirit of the city motto prevailed Like any dreaded disease it steals upon us at night and no firm or cor poration is immune There is no cure for tuberculosis There is a treatment that assists in keeping down the dis ease for a time but in tho end there is a fatality Pure fresh air living out doors is perhaps the most ef fective preventative So with ill founded rumor air and daylight will knock the props from under and it is the duty of every citizen to see that the pure air circulates about tihe de cayed product If some one tells a tale without first hand knowledge of the actual facts that is injurious nail them right there Insist on his going to the fountain head and investigating If John Smith says Peter Jones has shut down his factory and thrown 1200 men out of employment make John prove it Nothing cures a dog from sucking eggs as quickly as an overdose of eggs If Smith had to re peat his rumor to Jones with all its embellishments he would be mighty careful of his statements and the truth of them The trouble has been that no one is free from the afiuse the jobber manufacturer newspaper man and the retail merchant are all victims of the rumer monger and the knocker It is a shame and a disgrace There Is plenty for everybody to do andall will be mighty busy in taking care of their own business LIKE OELWEIN W H KETGHOM FAILS TO APPEAR AT CAPITAL Ugona Who Created SUr t to Cherokee is Silent Des Moines Dec What has be come of W H Kctchum of Algona who made such a stir last fall about efforts made to railroad him to the state hospital He secured from the supreme court an order to stay proceedings that he might have time to appeal to the high er court from an order of Judge Lee committing him to tho hospital at Cherokee Now attorneys in Kos suth county have asked the court to vacate the ant permit him to be committed forth merely the fact that Kctchum has not lied the paper as ho had promised to do Noth ing is indicated as to what has be come of him Tho caao was an unusually peculiar one in that Mr Ketchum made an ex cellent appearance before Bhe court and apparently had a good case Oelwoln people are somewhat In terested in the case as Mr Ketchum war editor and originator of The Oelwein Bee for a time and consid ered somewhat erratic want ads boring resulU to public health morals or wel fare The state of Iowa might as well have said in denning ice cream that it shall have 10 per cent by actual weight of sugar TRAIN DESPERADOES GIVEN THIRTY YEARS Cedar Rapids Dec ne groes John Cooper and Bud Rob inson who shot up a Northwestern passenger train Friday and wounded Detective Joe Kroulik and Conductor Moran were given thirty years In the penitentiary by District Judge Smith after confessing Officers of Clinton county are now after them on a charge that they are the men who hold up the saloon at Del mar Junction and shot William Wilson a bartender Wilson died from his Injuries A third member of the Charles Morrih was adjudged insane and was sent to the asylum REGISTER WANT ADS 28 On the phone will put you In touefc with the want ad department Five cents a lice for each insertion No advertisement inserted for lent than lOc Address all communications to THE RECHSTEK Oelwein Iowa FOB RENT FOR acre farm located 1 mile west of Hazleton All new land and has good Address or phone Henry Fogt Hazte ton Iowa FOR SALE WOOD FOR RUBY SILKA Hazleton FOR Bronze Turkey Toms Sired by 40th Tom KEL SEY CHAPMAN Aurora Iowa FOR SALE OR acre farm Enquire of E J Egan Oelwein FOR work team weight 3000 also family mare Enquire WM KLEIMANPhone FOR room house large barn well and two acres of North part of Oelwein near college Would make a fine home for a retired farmer who wants room for chickens cow or pigs Fro price and terms address JOHN F RILEY Hawkeye MONEY TO LOAN on Iowa farm lands at 6 per cent Interest If interested call on or address L J Doctor office in Glass Block Oelwein PUBLIC SALE Datei at this office for E S Johns ton of Mt Vernon Iowa Mr Johns ton is considered one of the best price getters in his profession Terms one per want ads bring results Register To my many patrons I extend the compliments of the season wishing them a Merry Xmas Al GParker   

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