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Pomeroy Herald Newspaper Archive: February 23, 1911 - Page 1

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   Pomeroy Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Pomeroy, Iowa                                S Was An Accident The marksman may accidentally hit the bullseye once in a great but Hard Determination and Practice are the prime factorsthat eventuallyjjwin suc You haveonly to look about you to realize this Every successful man you about in the newsj col their success in no small measure to the assistance their banker was able to render in important Cashier THE POMEROY STATE BANK Perfect Baker Fuel Saver BEGGAR PRINCE COMING The Famout Beggar Prince Opera Com pany ComingAgain reputation lor absolute depend year out curt here ara tho reasons The Maititlc Is built on honor of the best rantc tnaJt of maUeablt and charcoal Charcoal iron wont ruit Kkf iroli cant uhy a Majtttlc ontieean f ordinary It put touothor with making Joints whlob always stay air tight us In boiler and toe expansion and contraction ol the metal has no elioct on It IB lined with pure asbestos Ji Inch cov ered an Iron grate put there you oaa see The Majittta Is a perfect browns evenly all with out tliutfs bpcnuss the ovon la riveted air tlcht and you can depend on the even Saves hallJUe lueU Xhe reservoir la all stampodfrom one coines In direct contact with thanre box and boats like a tea ket It bolls 15 Billions of water la a very few minutes and by the turn ing of a lover the trameand reser from the This Is an exclusive and patented feature used only on The Great and Grand MAJESTIC Malleable and Charcoal Inn RANGE AH doors drop down and form perfect and rigid Mal leable Iron oven racks slide out automatic ally holding anything they Open end aih pan eliminates shoveling ashes out of Ventilated ash pit prevents floor from ash oup catches ashes that would otherwise all on the No springs any where Managers Johnson npunce this popular organization presenting feature comedyop The Beggar Prince for Thurs March The company took up the Beggar Prince for this Sea son on January and the state it is far tljan Said Pony girl cfyorus Two of ttye companys old comedians have through large musi All the best of La around which the Beggar Prince is vetaineJj and many late unto Lodien Night Three roomers at the Jones rest Fred Posslri and themselves short of change when they arose Wednesday morning and found their pockets and suit cases had been Pos sin were in one room Banks in an adjoining and none of them heard any noise of an in The aggregate loss of the three is about No stranger was in the house that night and no one is The rooms are over the restaurant and are accessible from the outer hall from which the stair way tedds to the Steyer moved Saturday from the Quinn house to the Wells and tienry Geick were visiting in Manson over Tuesday of WAS here Tuesday looking after business at the photograph Ed Lewis was in Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Miss Lewis of who has been ill there for Fort Dodge has a prospect of get ting a basket ball game bet the Emmetsbnrg Shenandoah Na tional Guard The will give a dance in the opera house on the evening of Patricks for which good music will Saunders hasleased the Mary Parker ahd will occupy it as soon as Saunders returns home the first of After completing his hometead Roy Marple retuVned home the middle of last week from near and is circulating among former Some of the young people are ad vertising a dance which will be giv en Friday evening at the to or Bet out ol Tbo MoJHtle Is the no matter what you It is for tale by late musical numbers are intro FOB 8MJE BY Bebrens It srr otild yowr Notice The board pf trustees of Pocahontas county will hold a meeting in the Center school house on February at which ime the work will be let to tne lowest responsible for one Sealed bids will be received by the uhdersigncij or any of the trustees on the above for any the four The board reserves the right to reject any or all Parties securing said work must prepare themselves to furnish bonds as provided by law in Section supplement of By order of board of of visited here over S V Gustafson moved last week tothe Berry farm north of Al Fecht came up from Fort Dodge Monday noon to visit his Miss Iris of visited Saturday at the home of I I A 7 J George Spiess has moved into the iSpjess property in the southwest part of and Kred of Lau visited Sunday with the fam ilies of and S was in Manson and Fonda yesterday posting advertising for his Farmers Willert Dillmuth arrived Friday morning from Chicago to his who at the home of Henry He returned Sunday Peter Gustason Parker shipped stock tp and and Mbfrj son bank recently its a ialaw of Moody of pf Luke The Collins orchestra will furnish the R Pearce visited over Sunday with a friend at who fell recently on a polished floor while attending a social affair and broke her Helena Johnson has vacated her house and now resides with her and who Death of Andenon J who lived near Pomeroy until a year died last Friday evening at his late home in Fort after a long illness with The remains were brought to Pomeroy Tuesday noon to be con veyed to the Swedish Mission church north of where a funeral ser vice Was conducted by Youngdale and Andrews of Fort Interment was made in the cemetery near the Anderson was a native of Sweden who came to this country in settling close to thp he later lived near His Gust now lives near Pal merand the only lived with the parents at Fort whitherthev moved year The deceased a man of fine At the time of his death he was 71 2 months and 2 days of Pall bearers and a number friends accompanied the bereaved family on theii sad neyfrdrn Fort Dodge to this Miss Emma Melohn went to Fonda Saturday Ray Smith was down from Fonda Sunday visiting and daughter Carrie visited Sunday in LeeBrownlee visited in Fort latter part of last Misses Fannie Fecht and Esther Tall visited over Sunday with friends in Fort Neveln has been reelected superintendent of the Storm Lake schools at a salary of an in crease per Station agent Wilson was held1 up trom the usual faitnful per formance of his duties by an attack of the gripwhich kept him at home Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday the temporar ily adopted charge of and passed through a critical attack of the measles the pasHew but now promises ul timate Seats for the Beggar March will go on sale Saturday morning at the Mullan and Martin drug stores Subscription signers may tickets by calling on There is only one way to save money and that is to deposit it in a well managed An amount of 3 will be sufficient to open a bank accoiiut with v 9 so do not kelay on accnant of not having a large J amount to We pay five per cent ondepos S its left for one Deposit the small amount that your children have saved to draw interest and watch it it will please the children well as t First National BanI Iowa nil t j n Capital Stock Surplus OUT of the eighteen banks in Calhoun there are Only five that have as large a capital and account as we We are well fitted to take careof your banking Oasliier President Vice President WALKES MOODY and Cashiers recently moved into the Lempke Johnsons house will be A fur taken by or from a restaurant in Fort was recovered from a pas senger on the noon passenger Tues day by Marshal in response to a telephone request from Fort Dodge The purloiner of the coat was not The Majestic Manufacturing are sending a special representative from their factory at Louis to Fonda next week to give a demon stration at the Adams Hardware store on the great Majestic MaUe able and Charcoal Iron With each range sold during the week he will give free an 8 souvenir set of Majestic cooking Gleason of who is known here by reason of hav ing filled the Methodist pulpit on dif ferent was recently com pelled to go to the Methodist hospit al at Des Moines for an operation for a lip Word from the hospital brings hope of a successful treatment of the though the WE ARE OVERSTOCKED ON patient will be expected to remain some time for treatment for other Advocate Stevenson went to Des Moines last evening and be fore leaving he gave it out to spec ial friends that if the senatorial dead lock if not broken within the next few days he will yield to the pi essure being brought to bear up on him and accept the office at the hands of the It is to be hoped that this will not become necessary as Steve is needed here at home to look after the and Buttner has three and like children they frequently We have tried sev that did them as much good as Cham either Johnson or The contract which the joint board of supervisors was to let at the meeting here last was not awarded because of a tangle in the procedure will be fol lowed in disposing of the matter is not and Reiners left Tuesday evening for their new home in where Reiners has j a good permanent position in a gon Schleswig is distinctly a German All business is transacted in books are kept in that phonograph records and postcards find a sale on ly when they convey the German and the local The is printed in two editions one in German and one in The town has four y nL Louie Wells left here Sunday evening for her English on which trip she will cross the Atlantic ocean for the tenth Wells is a native of but she and her husband became interested in Iowa in the days when this sec tion was first They made entrj in the early days on an eighty Ladiesand Gents1 Watches And Will Give a Special Discount for Thirty Days Of ten per Come in and see them and get This discount will also be given on CHINA and CUT GLASS City Drug Store Proprietor 3 Tons Linoleum 50 Rugs 10 Rolls Matting most acre farm southwest of Pomeroy which Wells still and on which they weru residing when Wells died thirty years Wells now lives at on the Isle of where Moltoa is conducted as a sum mer Extreme temperatures do not prevail at any season of the sojthat a pleasant place to especially those protected on the south side of the can be left out all Wells went froth here tp Chi cago to visit a to Canada to seoa to board the to sail the ocean eral kinds of co yet have found one berlaiiis Cough by all IF you are going to need a new rug or some linoleum this bet ter come in and pick it out now while my stock is My spring stock is all in and I can show you a complete line and name you some Attractive Prices 9x12 Tapestry Brussels 9x12 Heavy Seamless Velvet Good Grade per square Inlaid per ffj HE square Heavy China 35c grade Wheu you JheumatUm in y orir f Cha m berlainssLiriintent and you will get quick It costs but i Come in anil make your selection now and I will keep it for you if you are not ready for it MARPLE For J Why suffer For sale all Herald   

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