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   Spencer News (Newspaper) - July 14, 1914, Spencer, Iowa                                daily ex MWay VTHST No Way SOUTH Sun Pass SOUTH ex IB m THE NEWS GUARANTEES OVER 2300 CIRCULATION AND IS GROWING STRONGER EVERY OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER Timo i a NY i N i Nn p 21 JULY 1914 28 INSTALL REFRIGERATOR Dickenson Bisbee Put in New Artificial Cooling Apparatue IS SANITARY IMPROVEMENT Does Away With Use of Shows Commendable Enterprise CHILD LOSES FOUR FINGERS DOWNED IN OKOBOJI ThreeYear Old Emma Rorah Victim of Sad is Bickenson Hisuee last week in stalled a Sanitary Chemical Refriger ating Machine in their meat There is a cylindrical tank of am monia which contains something over one hundred with this is con nected a system of pipes from which the air is the pipes are charged with about twentylive pounds of the liquid ammonia and a operated by a three horse power motor produces a pressure of 140 pounds to the square Up near the top of the cooler the am monia is forced through an expansion valve and becomes gas and at once attains a law so that the pipes are covered with frost half an inch thick in a warm from here it passes into what was formerly the ice chamber above the Here it circulates through a system of pipe coils cooling the air and a large tank of which is cooled to a temperature low From these refrigeration chambers as a gas it is forced back tinder a constantly diminishing pres sure through a series of pipes or coils In the and which are with in larger pipes tilled with water and is gradually condensed and enters the again and The device is really an artilicial or chemical retrigerating machine and can be used for the manufacture of This machine would about three tons of ice a While this is not a new its intro duction in Spencer is and mani fests a spirit of enterprise on the part of the proprietors of this meat and all impurities of sedi ment in ice is done away and the new refrigeration is thoroughly sani age three daughter of Mr and K south of met with an exceedingly painful accicent Thursday She with the other children was playing about the hammoi the mother preparing supper and the men were putting hay in the unobserved by her brothers she wandered away and got hold of the rope which when the horse started carried her hand into the all the lingers svere gripped and pulled from the She was brought to the XVayne hospital where amputation was leaving only the Our sympathy goes out to the little also to the Harold Student at Morn aide Drowned Last SANG HERE IN SMITH MEETING The enterprise is commenda The Evana Shows Clay County Improvement Associa tion ALKALKA Now is the time to prepare for al Our experience here last year led us to believe that where al faia was to be sown in the Vail the ground should be prepared The same conclusions have been readied by many authorities on this Summer fallowing is pro bably the best method for preparing ground for The next best method is to plow the ground just as early in July as Harrow several times and after the ground has settled for a few weeks disc and harrow Kight or ten men in this county who followed tills method last year and prepared their ground several weeks before seeding and sewed their alfalfa before the middle of August last year harvested more than a ton of alfalfa from the lirst cutting this and the second cutting will soon be ready for the mosver Best results have leen obtained without the nurse Sow as soon after August tirst as you can get the ground in proper con You should have a line seed bed with plenty of moisture to sprout the If you try one or two acres this fall your experience will soon teach you the value of al i falfa and it will not be long until At Chiron Two Years Was Popular aud Harold known to many of our was drowned atMillers Hay at ikohoji Me was there attending ihu summer school Ilio logical Laboratory conducted eacli summer under the auspices of the state Iollock sang in Spencer tsvo years ago at the Hugh Smith meetings and later had the position as choirster in the Metho dist lie and a James went bathing in the Iollock got beyond his depth and be came entangled in the weeds and Me was a very promising young SOCIAL DOINGS OF THE WEEK Ideal Club is Entertained in River ton Township Other Happenings L ami Lou an were to the Ideal Ciiil in Kivtriti Wednesday at thu Inline of the AT tor iLKUiar business was Iraiii an interesting program given by the little Hoy used his camera n fhs entire the result if whiih ssill be A delicious was served late n the tue Misses Kl va Kdna Rose am1 Fraii is assisted in the serv An unusually large luimbcr of visitors uure North and Miss liriediuger of Heck and three of Hope Baldwin and her Moore of Mason CUPID CATCHES THREE COUPLES SPLENDID HOMES EvansLi rider ar El lis i SpencePottengfer Nuptials EvansLinder marriage Mi Mayme Linder look piace in a liiiet Turs July at high at lit1 hojwu brides at loss father of the had tin1 privi lege of pronouncing the magic words that made them husband and Roy Webb Home on West Street Completed Fifth So long as ye both shall The bride in an only d of Loyd and Flattie James Ash Mrs Hertha Char was a senior student of MonT otle VanderhofV and her Miss ingside and had worked his way llirough to tlie last The carnival advertised last week i you will be souinx and your is here and under fuil It is tjuite an aggregation of we are not able t speak of all the departments as sve did not see some of The collection of wild animals and birds is There is an a peccary or wild coyote and fox badger lynx and a num ber of others ten in one show with the fat who is some for the snakes and the dwarf or little man who plays the piano are all The circus will the acrobatic feats and the trained fox terriers was well worth The museum of Indian old time lire arms and many other things Of like character is the most In structive feature in the the most exciting of all is the a circular enclosure with sides like a funnel and the motorcyclist starts around this at the bottom and as he gets up speed circles about the incline circular plain perpendicular to H and goes at a break neck It surely is The rest we did not neighbors will be falling in Manning of tells the true story that we so often hear how his horses to eat their grain until they have cleaned up their alfalfa Hoy Arms of Lincoln township had nine head of cows that got nothiim but alfalfa hay during Called To Rest The funeral of Andrew oocurred Wednesday at rive oclock from the Congregational church con ducted by inter ment made at Riverside attended by a large concourse of lov ing Andrew was born June at She arid her al ways made their home and heir devotion to each other grew as the years She had a beau tiful Christian svhlch to know svas to hence bur large circle ot Sire lived in Spen cer thirtyone where she was brought back to be buried beside the who proceyded her many years ago to the home Andrew had been in failing health cnly a As was her custom she spent the winter ii the when she returned the of was not sveli and wen into the hospital at Twin Fails re maining seventeen She Iher way returned her home and steail ily declined till the end cam at I he Constan home at She wit fully prepared and longed fi the She bad the dear use o her mind until the last seventyliv during which time wa The arrangements rai ried out in her burial ssere sh last year and they milk llosv Miller of Meadow Iv Sunderland of keep up their and Ivi ATieland of A Relay Luncheon The social function of liis week la a one oclock relay uncheon to be served three success ve days at the ISymonds n West Third The generous y disposed hostesses are Mesdames Kasmussen and Their hospitality is all the more ap jarent in view of the high tempera ure prevailing these About lie hundred guests will be royally ntertained by Thursday The pleasant rooms were given an additional attractive appearance by A profusion of Kacli of the seven tables were centered by and Linder and nas been able to receive all their love and devotion without being in anyway for stie is a young lady of exceptionally admirable in manner and has been in Spencer several seasons as trimmer in the Drib Millinery She wore a gown of svhile measaline trimmed with oriental she car ried white Evans lias attainments that make him worthy of his estimable lie has been salesman in the Hirdsall Dry Goods store for six svhere obliging and pains taking service to the public lias won for him the admiration and good will of tiie entire The cere mony was witnesssed by only the mem bers of the two They re turned to Spencer They will he at home on Uast Third Married at Los Angles Charles Steigleder son of ond was married at Los June to Miss The TINDALL BUNGALOW INVITING Both Homes Modern Con veniences and are Models of Co m tort The Roy Webb Homa is now home on West Fifth street has been completed and it is one of the cosy homes in the The foundation is with lull basement nearly eight feet in the The basement is pro vided with all modern convenience for The milding is heated svith a Triumph Hot Air Across the front of the bouse is a screened porch adapted for comfort away from the There are four rooms down the living din ing room and are ail hand somely finished and The floors are waxed beech and the linishing yellow pine stained to gold en The full length pannels in doors have a pleasing In Wie dining room is a sideboard built into the partition with plate glass mirror back and is both handsome and con There is a colonade be twewn the living room and A convenient feature of the home is a fuel room nn the level of the tirst Moor to provide fuel for the kitchen Fpstairs are three commo dious svell ventillated bed rooms handsomely furnished with elegant furniture and provided each with a bath taste large Then comes the and toilet which is a model of and convenienc The walls are i sweet peas ana peneco a teacher in tiled and lixtures A special n all their appointments The gusats upon entering were given a card bearing a fragment of a Tncy found tneir places by finding the remainder of the quo which ssas written on deco rated each bearing a message of which bespoke thu senti ment of the The following lines were found at the writers kept three things for A a a Dinner And the last is as warm as first An elaborate and elegant foul course luncheon scrvud to cadi com pany is an enjoyable feature ol the young ladies wim served today vrerii the Misses Lura ari llraee other young ladies will be given ihe Honor lUe Instrumental music was rendered during the sen the schools at that has a sister Heated Mr Steigleder is a Spencer lie graduated at Ames about three ago and noss holds the position of civil engineer for the city of Los Thu best wishes of his Spencer friends are extended leature is a linen closet and recepta cle fur bedding across one side of the room which is moth Another feature is the range boiler or hot svater tank in one corner of the bath room adding beat for uppijr hall is the In opening of a clothes that goes to the base outside of the house K painted a Ian with white which is very pleasing to ami now pripanit t lake comfort Ir Married Saturday evening by Mayor Miss lia Spumi ami David Huston Iotlengor ssere united in bride is the daughter of and SVillard N i a capable and worthy young i New The groom from Mr i moved has been in Spencer about I wo t into the r ness on Iasl Third has a position in the tilt is industrious and perseserint which i int todav b MKs Frankie Melon Claypool of Sioux and others have been pasturing from to 40 hogs per acre and all report both as to the amount of feed furnished by the alfalfa and the kind of hogs they can raise by supplement ing corn witli tOLNTV AOKNTft TIMIl I wish to divide my time as possible to the diilerent townships of the county and have made out the following schedule which 1 will follow as nearly 1st Monday of eacli Watarford anil i liar service Coboand Webster Tin social life of Spencer is enhanced by such hospitality and courtesies as these ladie v tended tiiis have A Week of Sales Besides the clothing sales already mentioned there are a number of other special sales this The Bee Hive continue their special sale Oxfords and the nine cent Hanson Perry are putting on an extensive clearance sa4e of summer Jones Sons have a special sale Friday and and a reduction sale by New Signs Several new and elegant signs have been lettered on the windows in gold leaf the last few among them are Doughty Opera Jones Music House and The sign at the Opera Cafe is concave this and that of Orth are especially attractive And all are Tuesday Thursday Friday d Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday lid Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 4th Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Summit 1 Meadow Lake Lone Tree Iliverton Sioux Freeman Clay Lincoln Grove Logan Peterson Douglas Herd land Jarlield Mias Esther McWhirter enter taiiwd a number of her school friends to a week end bouse party at the The gentlemen friends were gilpta over Miss Rose Wald buffer one of the guests is spending a part of this week with Miss Esther In Ella tortuey returned this week from to make an extended visit with drives will be made at any time for urgent 1 am always n the otllce on Saturday and and ihat most of my time is taken up on ihat day with One day In the weak is necessary for my corre sponeence and other oltice work and ihat work will be taken care of on Wednesday unless there are special outside TowNsiui1 MEETINGS Some of the townships have never missed a meeting and have had good attendance in spite of the busy Other townships dropped the meetings during July and Meadow township had a splendid meeting in the church at had planned She ssas ses entysix years Her sevemiet birthday was observed June lsth by Hie members of bur family in her i rSi will rendui simj room for she as bed ridden most of the lime after she left the hospital Hut now the warfare is ended ami has obtained sirtors M and Mrs Constant are remain ing for a few weeks visit Spen cer friends and a rest before return ing to They have been at Hie Full and are now spending this week with Mr and Mrs Vollmer and daughter of terminated a weeks visit here yesterday and returned their They visited at the Iloberg lloberg being a sister of M also another sister and brother south of Spencer Miss 101 la Howman who Is having her vacation left Saturday for Mason City and Chicago to visit friends and Miller left Sunday evening for on a business Logan and children of Rock well City came Monday to visit her and Seb who live south of The is In very poor sviii brine success to himself and wife They I liousekniping in I on State which had i tjfiii previous lilted up by the Morganamlj Suivess to bridal Notices will meet Queen Esthers Elect Officers Tuesday evening the gueen hslhers with Symonds and the elec tion of officers look Lula Hlanch Viee Klsiu Hulli ec Floy Kmma Mite liox liond conducted the installa tion service after which Venna of the young peoples districlsecretaryof the who as present gave a Miss Mamie laussgavean instrumental selection The will meet on Iues pucjday uly Ll at IhreeloVock with M Parsons on Kasl Seventh The Circle of lloyal Neighbors svill meet witn Anna Thursday afternoon There will be no services in the July Tin young peoples class of Pence at the Christian church Langdon Thursday Continued on page five The Chautauqua will be held 16 to 24 to Get hich all enjoyed After the business meeting ulreshtnunU were light svill give an ice cream social on Ihe parsonage lawn Friday The proceeds will go toward lixlng up their class The F uf the Methodist church will meet next Friday allei noon at oclock in the church Harmony Church Service next Sabbath at 11 Visiting friends street The IN a bungalow wilh a Loyia exlemiinu to the There U a fub base a corner which is linished and for a store siding it is linishetl out iile shinies stained There is a wide porch the front square First is Ihe living room across Hie rout ssith an open lire place and mantel so thai in winter they can thasv out oil by the As one parses to Hie dining room there is a single column to Hie left resting un a book ease which opens into both rooms ssitli glass The dining room is neatly linished and a bed room opens off Hiis to tin west which is also entered from Hie lisinn room From thfl west end of Hie dining room there is a hallway betvseen the kitchen and another bed both of these bed rooms base large The hall uisvis to a neat aud convenient batta and toilet Hack of the dining room and i opening oil the hall way is the kitchen which is supplied svith numerous convenances corn in small space and within of these are the Shower For Twins The Mothers Class of the hurch which meet once every month entertained Thursday by irownells at thirty Fred ladies were who kept their lingers busy making useful articles littto twin boys f who Is a member of the A card was enclosed In each ulft suggesting names for the At the close of the meeting the articles were taken to Whit burns Meet Third Street Pienle Thursday evening on the lawn of Golly the families in that block had their annual The weath er was favorable for a nue plcult supper which about slity enjoyed The committee In charge seemed U know what was are cordially Marble brought some ne new potatoes to this olllce the Iher day that averaged i pound which Is a good showing In the potato and we will know just what to do with them at meal What is very unusual these potatoes lad practically no Hooth entertained a Brother Earnest Clark and his wife from Knoxvllle a few They re turned this Thomas and family of Sioux Rapids called on Spencer merchants Miss Harriett Goodspeed returned Monday evening after a two weeks visit at Born to and Fred Fortney a ttne ten pound baby Saturday Miss Ethel Jones left Tuesday morning for Dodge for a couple weeks to visit presser easv Some handiwork of The elec rlc light fixtures are tasteful and ra There U in the din ing room for a line collection of shells ml which they have gather d in Colorado and thu The loors are yellow pine and the tin shlngs the same stained to golden The home is haud comfortable and We wish them many days of health to enjoy their inviting The following letters remain un called for In the Spencer postottice for the week July 13 Charles 3 Wesley John John Joe Cora Tom There are great bargains ottered in clothing the neit ten days by three of the Spencer Clothing See their in the if ewe this   

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