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Pella Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1901, Pella, Iowa a Year in Advance 3BIPTION BATES lyable in fibs gtiu Ha F PHYSICIAN north of Scbiibrlngs Professional calls given prompt tentlon both night and WOMAN AND a erZyl DEALER IN s ay s on IOWA Warren Ice in all h Jewelry Store Office next VANSITTERT AGAINST j Fowler Phone iriyour home or It costs less a nickle k day dollars worth of NEW PHONED 94 LeCocqa HMrnese 66 i Orders taken at central WALTER and Manager MARION AUCTIONEER Public Sale of Live Agri cultural Household cried on short notice and satisfaction Terms Addrbss me at Sloan AT TEN BROEKS OPPOSITE OPEKA Office Hours 0 to 2 to County Seat Notes BY DI5 Can be found at other times at residence on 2nd TORNADOES liable fit prices to Office next to Vauderzoos ANKLAND ENT1ST work done by the most Ithods lYorrauoniHs Clothing The Ahn Sunday evening at 8 after 26 hours in the ury the twelve men who were on the jury in the Ah6 case brought m a verdict of adtluittal and Alfred Ahn goes out a free The case had consumed about one and had cost in court attorneys wit about which is to be paid by the No sensa tional evidence was and the state failed to make a strong chain of Indeed it was undecided as to whether the fatal shot which killed Hamilton had been fired from a gun or and so left a question that the jury was lost in County Attorney Stone made the best speech of his life in presenting the case to the and Hayes for the defense and Henderson for the State packed the court house with an audience largely madeup of worn en and each held close attention for four The while it may not give satisfaction is the one generally The jury was an exceptional goorf and little The Davis Case The court is at engaged in I hearing evidence in the case of the State against Davis for assault with interest to commit The Davis shooting case from Weir also is set for this Naturalization Papers Early last the brought to set aside the naturalization papersa of some thirteen who were naturalia zed last The court found thatg parties were not entitled to their that their first papers were fraudulently obtained and set all them This is in the interest of Mentzer and Buckman m their contests against Stone and Vander Wilt There be a feeling that the men were innd Oashiori NATIONAL BANK PELLA IOWA FirstClass Sleep ora Daily bo two on 4 Chicago and San Francisco Without arc carried on the limited trains of the 3reat Rock Island Route ost Scenery of thio Rockies and Sierra Nevada By Daylight in Both ostDlnuiugGar Buffet Library Bond for Cljicngo to describings the journey IIAN AND Ofct Peoples OPPICE RESIDENCE Low Rate Personally Conducted Tourist t To and Los Anglos Loava OblonKO TIB Scenic via Soutbqrn Houto 1 i Improved Tourist Vrlte for itinerary apd Tourist JOHN P I TIME that certain well known democratic leaders are responsible for thii fraud upon the It is even hinted that the Courts will investigate the affair but we do not believe that such will be It is plainly evr ident however that thore was a lot of crooked work and that to for a particular and the parties who did should learn that such work is not to be further allowed in Marion county or any part of To Marry The following marriage licences have been issued by Cleric Langerak up to Tuesday evening of this West Oda Ernest Covey Myrtle Fee Ralph Kneley Maud Jordon Douglas Jessie May Lewin Wilmer Welch Emma Itoush Mable Rodgus 2920 Conrad De Mary Van Zante Gysbertus Aaltje Van der De Sarah Van Wyn Garden Julia Welch Walter Nellie Sveen Leo Jeanctte Me Millan Bastian Lizzie Noarmeyer 2419 Samuel Minnie Sytsma Visitors DLIDATINQ WEAK Friends of Education pit us to call your attention at to the need of having some changes in our bf Recognize that better condi nay be produced by such agen better irses of but your special notice to the ance of consolidating weak dis 1 making the township the S THE PJUCTICAL ler this plan the eniire town as a single district bree or five directors chosen tie township al large by tht on the second Monday in one aecretaiy and one treas The arbitrary lines which now E communities into subdistricts gral independent districts are and the power to establish employ text courses of and nine where children shall at is vested in a single with the supervision Schools and property belong nhe tead of nine different sets of B each composed jf three di a secretary and a iow the case in congressional i divided in rural indepen there would be but simplicity of an organiza tion kind is are in the state indo and rural independent dis school or 49 districts to each coun on the the coun ftrintendents must annually cb leports from nearly 100 school js btfore they can submit their i to the superintendent of pub while in some coun i high as 225 are The treasurer and the county aud e each also required to keep a Ite account with each erially increasing the work theirrespectiye iultiplicity of school officers makesjbpssible many Al most ail innumerable number of these Officers make no pretense of of bookkeeping and often their reports are lacking in fail A Knight of Labor Should take a day off see what we of fer to Sharpsighted S N The Working Who knows the value of mon ey is the man we appeal to because we know j that he appreciates a fair DONT COME TO US till you have tried every other then you will 5 appreciate the prices we make on Wall El We have all the artistic effects which C ypu but which are sohard to find jt at most Every pattern is a work ery effect a harmonious blendingof colors f3 fe beautiful for mere wall And then to think that each and every grade of 5 this paper is sold so exceedingly Of course j3 you need not buy your Wallpaper just in or5 der to get it it is early enough in 5 The Trusts Broken fc And although prices are very THEY MAY BE LOWER YET HI When you get ready to we hope you will HI call and see for yonrself the beauty of our important or Not infrequently districts QOINQ No m OOINO m m i President gj Among the Pellaites in Knoxville the past week we note the following Wra Emmet Prank Le Bry March lot our Hbt of real estate transfers and each will contain the transfers of the ceeding week ending pre to have lost publicfunds owing to the lack of competency of those charged with their safe Some years ago the superintend ent of public instruction stated in his biennial report that tho records of the treasurers of fchool districts showeda deficit of moro than How much of this deficit is caused by bad how much by in and how much by actual he said it is imposible to since we haveno means to To reduce the number of school officers means to correspondingly in orense chances of securing more competent persons and diminish the chances of loss of funds through er In every system of public schools two leading purposes should be to provide equal school privilege for all and to distribute justly and equitably the burdens of taxa That the present system does nut do Ihis is our un der present the railroad tax in a township is distributed for the benefit of one or two rural inde pendent districts and to the detri ment and children in other parts of the snme The plan of having the township the unit does away with one man power now exercised to some extent by the director qf the and places all school interests under the control of a CARPETS ART SQUARES RUGS New Spring Stock far the largest line ever In the newest and most attractive The richest combination of and the best values for the REMEMBER Carpets bought by us by the roll saves us 15 per cent ever those buying only when ordered from We are therefore in position to give you better values at lower prices Examine our Obtain our AT J D GA ASS Ohlnue prwrnn In number of Petermanns the statement appears that the influx of Chinese Is causing disappearance gf the Manchus from and better returns for the money The plan now too often followed in some township of electing to office men who are pledg ed to fnvor as teachers ono neighbors daughter for the another for and still another for can not be too severely The township high school is grow ing in public but its establish ment is not possible unless the town ship becomes tho Thirteen of these richools are now in ond others must be provided if we are to lift the rural school to the place now demanded by the progress ive citizens tnroughout the In all cases township high schools are managed by the same board that is charged with the care of other public schools of the To put them under a seperate board would beas unreasonable is to have from two to nine boards man nging the schools of a township divid board from among the very best oiijzeijB ofttoe entire Undfr system teachers probab ly file their appli the secre would be assigp cd into rural independent The establishment township ed by for to would be fewer at high schools is for advanced pupils only and not intended interfere with rural schools now but to incitu pupils in them to remnin longer that they may complete a pre scribed course of These schools will serve a high purpose connecting the country school the higher in some counties having iheee schools tho principal of the liigh school is made the superinten thus insuring better supervis ion than is now That pupils may have equal school privileges with those in school town is recommended that steps be taken to unite rural independent districts into school townships in ac cordance with section Opce unitnd the board of directors may re if deemed When the school township is mads the unit of organization it will be an easy step to the consolidation of the rural This will come er or The time is here the people in the rural districts are demanding that their children have equal Hchool privileges with children who dwell in our This should I e brought and we aek the hearty of the friends of education everywhere that public senfment inny be thoroughly to the needs and the poss ibilities of greater unification in rur al school We rocorompud that county super intendents and others interested hold public meetingsat which high schools in rural trans by potation of consolidating of weak better and vvun other We entered The revised course in the HandBoole for Iowa Schools Btnrlv No great to us given nprjviU fr A
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