Carroll Herald in Carroll, Iowa
20 Aug 1902

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20 Aug 1902

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Carroll Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1902, Carroll, Iowa The deaths three Oki residents pass away within a Catherine Schmidt and Edwin another Carroll citizen hat passed from Earth to life monday morning the news spread Over the City of the death of which occurred at that morn the news waa not a for it was known to Many that Hale had been in poor health for in fact his illness dates Back to when he was afflicted with blood from this time on he was troubled with paralysis of the and at times waa forced to go to Bach time he gained strength and was around As until of late years when he has remained at Home most of the three weeks ago he was compelled to go to Hie where he remained until his creeping paralysis and pneumonia of the Lunga were the direct causes of Ilia at Best could not be prolonged any length of time and pneumonia Only hastened the during most of the time he was confined to his bed he was two Hal of and Hale of had just returned to their Homes last week and were unable to return to the Jacob Alexander Bale was born in Grant in the year where Hie boyhood Days were seventeen years ago he was married to miss a co Martel at after five years of residence there they moved to this City where they have since their Only is about twelve years besides his there Are four Brothers and three Sisters living Viz Lafe Loban Kansas Alvin and Platt Wisconsin Kansas and John 1latt fifteen years ago Hale United with the Church at Platt Ville and has since been a firm believer in that the funeral was held at the Church yesterday afternoon at Stratton delivering the a Large concourse of friends were present and followed the re Mains to their last resting interment was made in the Carroll the widow is bowed in grief at the loss of her husband and the entire Community extends to her us Heartfelt sympathy in the hours of the grim messenger of death again entered the Schmidt Home in the third Ward last Friday night and this time took away the Mother of the be Huldt had been suffering from a cancer for years and for months the members of the family anticipated her departure for that celestial Home whence no traveler re in her death the family loses a ing Mother who no longer can guide and com fort she was a devout Christian and a kind respected and loved by All who knew Catherine Ennenbach Schmidt was born in Germany in after her arrival in America she was married at Illi to John just prior to the civil in which her husband was a Faith Ful they moved to Chicago shortly after the and in 1870 Amo to car where they have since Schmidt died june a Large fam ily of children Are left to mourn the death of this Noble they Are Eliza Beth Keogan of Margare t Gilligan of fort new John and of West Anna Stam Agnes William Frank Genevieve and Florence of this two Brothers also survive Henry Ennenbach of Wheatland town and William Ennenbach of All her children were at her bedside except the funeral obsequies were held monday morning at Peter and Pauls Church and were largely interment took place in the Church Edwin apparently from All outward Edwin now cold in was two weeks ago one of the Healthiest men in our the old saying that death comes like a thief in the night has again demonstrated that life at Best is very Only a week ago last monday he was upon our streets the picture of but in the afternoon of that Day his ailments became so severe that he was forced to go Home and go to he never but passed away at the following death resulting from Haemorrhage Edwin Barber was born at new Bureau in and was therefore fifty four years in 1881 be moved with his family to Glidden where he resided four part of which time he was City thirteen years ago he moved this where he has since he was always considered a hard working Man and just recently had associated himself with Gooke in the Sale of windmills and he had Many warm friends who will regret to learn of his sudden Tho funeral was conducted from the Homo the deceased at 2 Oclock saturday after Stratton among the relatives from oat of town who were present were David Barber and two sons of and Richard a brother of of the deceased loaves a wife and two his son Richard and Mary Barber and children desire to express their Heartfelt thanks to those who so kindly assisted them in their recent terrible Afflic Tion in the death of their husband and Utah went Republican in but most of the state off Zarfl Are of the mor Mon it is not regarded As reliably and in any future election when it is thought democrats have a Chance of look out for triumphant demo Cracy in the politicians hero Are for the no matter which ticket promises this political condition brings to Pablo life some curious freaks of it is said that one of the United states senators a few years ago was a Day to made a Fortune in the Silver King and now has Nonoy to throw at the with such resources is in ignorant Rich Man could bring to to succeeded by obvious Means in convincing those who controlled the balance of Power in the legislature that lie was the right and now Tom Kearns is a he is typical of the mediocrity that Rich ignoramuses have thrown in to the Senate from these Mountain it has Boon exceedingly dry in this Region this Tho Normal ruin full is Doorn a having fallen from i to 12 do not Tonko an encouraging View of the and say the decrease is under present in the first this great plateau in Over 4200 feet above sea Anil is bounded by n rim of mountains on All moisture blown away can not to an is the cose with our Mississippi there is n limit to Tom they and if this is wasted by or by winds blown it is not there has been an increased demand on this limited Supply of crops Here Are grown by Means of As agriculture has spread Over greater Arna proportional e in crease has been made to the demands for s5proad out thus Over a greater evaporation has been and moisture ascending into the atmosphere has been blown hence the decreasing annual if their theory to the Timo will come when agriculture will be destroyed Here and water Supply will be a serious no such danger confronts this for such things regulate when it is found that irrigation lessening the annual rainfall people will and agriculture less profitable and go i am told that last year 1000 Farmers loft Utah on account of Drothy conditions and Lack of water for irrigating Tho agricultural department at washing ton has done much Good for agriculture in this part of the it is found that Root crops require loss water for and the sugar beet is grown with Good the beet sugar Industry is prosperous Here and has a most promising i question the infallibility of meteorological there is so much they do not know about the relation of one to the that All signs seem to fail in dry weather As Well As this dry Cycle has had a noticeable effect on great Salt originally it Cov ered an area of about 50 by 100 now it has receded to a space of 30 by or it is 10 feet lower than it used to and its greatest depth is said to be Only 30 most of it is quite i notice at its principal resorts boats rest in which a few years ago was covered by a few feet of never before was the Lake so Here again our meteorologists come to the they say that Rivers formerly furnishing the greatest part of its water Are drained by irrigation and there is nothing to replenish its loss by j Bear the largest Stream in the is entirely robbed of its water by water of the Lake is 27 per cent and the manufacture of Salt is an important in water is pumped into lagoons and permitted to it is so Regul ated that a coat of Salt about 3 inches thick covers the with shovels and wheel Barrows workmen pile this Salt in where it remains till sent to the Mill to be ground to the required degree of in the process of evaporation this Salt is Puri and separated from the till it compotes in Quality with any article of the kind from now York or South Ern Salt Over tons wore made hero last year and it is sold so Low that it supplies this whole inter Mountain i am not inclined to underestimate the great work accomplished by the mormons who improved and developed the Salt Lake but it is not True that they found it a desert and make it Blossom As the Tho real fact Brigham Young knew to fore starting West with his Puoplo that the Salt Lake Valley was a Fertile in 1813 John Fremont had made a tour for scientific and his report was published two years this had come to Brigham Youngs and he knew where he was going and there was no prophetic vision or reckless venture about his enter Tho Valley was covered with grass knee High and no Miracle of god was re William one of the prominent pioneers of Carroll and Carroll county passes to his last Keating Bis life and services As one of the prominent factors of the history of Carroll it is with exceeding sadness that the her Ald this Issue announces the death of our estimable William he has so Long been a part of this Community and identified with its development in so prominent a Way that he has been part of his friendships were to close and numerous and his services so interwoven in the history of Carroll and Carroll county that his departure touches the hearts of our citizens As they have not been touched for it has not been Long since the friends of William Lynch began to feel alarmed Over his he has not been robust for but it was not till a few weeks ago that he began to fall his troubles were diagnosed by Tho company is giving the people of Carroll a service equal to that of Many larger District manager Epperson time is More t Ion filled with his work in a Large District of toll in which extensive improve ments have been a Large gang of men Are at work now constructing metallic circuits to connect with Audubon and Atlan tic and All Points in the Southern part of the locally he has set an example that other companies maintaining pales might do Well to the poles have Boon neatly Black for ten or twelve feet from the ground and White from there to the the toll charges have been materially Low in fact almost Cut in and this with the Many other Strong bids the company is making for make them stronger with the Public every City hotel Frank Obrien has sold his City hotel property to some one in to Are unable to learn the name of the Lainson does not know and Obrien has returned to Hia Home at be the Sale of the property was As unexpected to Lainson As to the to had leased the property for a term of five years and that instrument would have been in effect two years in to has been running a popular place and was Well Satis fied with the business and its Obrion was anxious to dispose of the prop erty and the Deal could not to consummated without a vacation of lain sons after some bickering arrangements were made whereby Laius on vacated his lease and Obrien was Able to effect a Lainson stated to the Herald reporter saturday that to did not intend to leave to will make this his Headquarters and travel out of Lainson is n Good substantial citizen and the Herald is glad to learn of his determination to make this his William Salt Lake Arduth in that Region and its Routhy conditions feared to be per threatening what mormons have done for Utah and what they have not Salt Lake August i have never told the readers of the Herald that i bad been an editor in Salt Lake but the in my Youthful years i strayed West and one of my ventures was an investment in a Small evening paper in a few weeks i tired of the got i amour aged with the Outlook and returned to gentiles were an insignificant minority then and this great inter Mountain Region bad not yet been but in Nineteen years a Complete change has been and there in Little left of conditions prevailing in the Church influence has to a Large extent disappeared quire to make it Blossom As the an Island in the great Lake permitted to remain in natural conditions was annually covered with native grasses and plants till recent but civilization with artificial conditions appropriated it for farm and not contributes to the Rose blossoming Brigham Prophet of the lord and All had Little Conception of the great Ness of his chosen he thought that agriculture would be the great and Only Pur suit of the he would not permit them to engage in and attempted to keep them close to the but Utah is now among the leading states in the products of the and bin followers not stained from Many Good opportunities to get Rich abounding in this climate and crop lbs the week ending the morning of the 18th was from three to five degrees colder than and there was a very heavy excess of rainfall in the larger part of the some of the larger amounts reported Are As follows Iowa inches Cedar rap c13 Iowa Des enter 318 storm numerous streams Are again flooding the threshing and Field work have been Grain in Shock has been very badly and Many reports Are received of serious injury to a Large percentage of Oats in Shock will to practically Tho Corn crop is heavily eared and very reports indicated that with seasonable Wea bet the most advanced Corn will be practically Safe from harm by Ordin Ary Early about the Middle of septem and some of it will be Ripe enough to Cut and bind from the 5th to a considerable portion of the late planted will Wright As of the heart and he meet Ned deeply impressed to learn that so vital an or Gan was his decline has been gradual of and the end came Only too morning before the Day dawned on the Loving the spirit of our esteemed citizen and Friend winged its flight to that Bourne from which no traveler re in the following to give a sketch of his life prepared a number of years ago and published in the county history which has been regarded As authority Ever since William Lynch has been a resident of car Roll since at that time he engaged in the drug business on Adams Between fifth and sixth he continued in that business about one then sold out to and took charge of the drug store of Hunter and had the management of the store of their Suc Lundy if about 1872 he and Hatton bought out the last named and it became Lynch a year later he sold his and engaged in business in 1871 he wis elected clerk of the and filled that position ten in he engaged in the hotel business As proprietor of the Lynch Lynch was born in Scotland in came to America with his parents a the family resided in new York City for a then removed to Pitts Pennsylvania thence to in Lynch was thoroughly educated in the drug having served three years As drug clerk in and then entered a drug store As prescription clerk in receiving a month for his at this time he was Only fifteen years of during the late War he enlisted july in company thirty first Missouri his experience in preparing Medicine rendered him valuable in and he was not permitted to re main Long in the soon after his enlistment he was made Hospital he after the Cap Ture of in and during the remainder of that summer was Steward of general at that in the fall of that year he was recalled to his and remained with it through the Atlanta Sherman March to the sea thence to after the War closed Lynch went to and engaged in the drug at that place he was appointed postmaster to fill an unexpired from Carthage he came to where he has since he was married in fort to miss Sarah they have five sons and one All born in Carroll except the second for a number of since retiring from the hotel William Lynch has been Justice of the peace of Carroll receiving generally the vote of both parties each biennial he was highly esteemed by All who knew the Man and his inner and he delighted in the presence of friends and their he was never without a word of Good cheer and was always ready to do an act of kindness to Benefit his fellow we shall miss William Lynch in this Community and it seems sad that his companionship and cheery presence Are to to numbered with the May the Good Angel minister Comfort and Consolation to his bereaved family As they mourn the sad departure of one we All loved so his loss will be Felt by All who knew Hamas we and sympathizing and neighbors extend condolence to the afflicted and sorrowing the funeral services will behold Friday afternoon at 2 from Colorado Colorado Deanii a Khalid on the Lith i took the Midland Railroad and went to cripple passing through rugged gravel towering peaks that Pierce the Clouds and canons so deep that one can scarcely see the the route winds through the hol lows and along Mountain at one t ont reaching an Altitude of inn thousand Here can be seen the Beautiful Little City of which is Ono thousand feet higher than cripple at cripple Creek the Altitude was too great for so i took the train and came pikes Peak is visible from when i passed through cripple Creek on my Way Here there was a Cloud that hid it from on a Clear Day one can get an excellent View from cripple i saw the cars on the top of it Ono cripple Creek is a City of twelve or fifteen thousand a Large portion of its people living in temporary the City is situated in a deep Gorge in the Moun Tain with High peaks All around tend still the Street cars climb to the very the main Street is a Beautiful one mile lined on both sides with Large hand some Brick business in the suburbs gambling houses and saloons Are although there Are Many churches and Good the mines near Here Aro perhaps the richest producing upon the the mountains Are honeycombed from top to Bottom with mining my trip Back on the Short line i leave for another City and to do thoroughly satisfactory clock and jewelry Olba Veu Ooi pianos to rent at fire Good Clear ice for Sale by cheap five blocks from court a girl was born to and Lonz this a daughter was born to and Wissler saturday diseases of the none and Throat glasses and Brooks have gone to Corretti Orvllle for a ten Days my residence property for Corner nth and Clark Man and wife want Board and room in private apply it Good wages will be paid for a competent girl to do Woodward have moved into their commodious now quarters on Adams arts have an olo Gant Lino of now furniture for the Spring Call and see of treats and operates for none and spectacles and a few More of those High Grade wheels at less than wholesale Tricont Tain look Thorn Carroll Raptor met with the Lake Olty e at the masonic Temple at that place last Carrolls third nine went to Gli Dhoti wednesday and won the game by a score of 13 to 17 from a similar Grant Calls promptly attended office Over Talter s drug when purchasing furniture you must con Sider both the Price and to guru Antee to arts for Solo at a bargain one 32 Inch Case indies on the the will to partitioned thus insuring u very agreeable degree of Cracklin will Cater to the opera House Trade in connection with the usual City superintendent Johnsons hound in the North part of town was struck by Lightn ing last thursday tearing Tow of shingles off the roof and so veting the Tele phone luckily Tho House did not catch on and Tho damaged part wan re paired in n few a tailor in the employ of closed a Deal monday whereby to comes into Possession of Tho English cot Tage on North Adams now occupied by superintendent Tho Conold Ofallon was and Possession will to Given six months from Date of John Solzer will not accept Hia appoint ment As clerk in the railway mail Tho examination was taken Over a your and a half ago and since that Timo has become interested in business enterprises to such an extent that an acceptance at this time would be burglars made an unsuccessful attempt to enter the residence of Hiram Rural mall Carrier for route number sunday Tho burglar was frightened away by Tho Tho nest morning Tho linger Marks of Tho unwelcome visitor were plainly visible on Tho window Tho delegates from Carroll county to Tho democratic judicial which con Vene on Tho 10th of Aro b n John Kilt Joseph Tho Rush on Tho streets Friday and Satur Day presented n sight often soon in Tho Boom Days of 1900 and Friday was holy Day in Tho Catholic which attracted a Large number of that Faith to and saturday being Rainy the lab Rorers at Tho Railroad Camps came in to take in the last week Junod mimed the Salo of his Fine driving team to a Man at to drove across Tho country to deliver his but soon after arriving there Ono separator and 10 horse purr Scott inquire of Seyller All persons indebted to Tho late term of Guthrie Winnike Are requested to Call at the Storo and Settle their of course it is a Little Early in Tho season to talk about hard but from All indications it will be n luxury before Snow remember the old settlers picnic it Arm Strongs Grove if the weather is favourable a Large crowd will attend from Salesman and collector to take charge of our business in Carroll coun address the Singer mfg Hatton is again Laid this time on account of his right shoulder being thrown he will be out again in a Short when the faults enacted their Little farce before the commissioners of insanity the pub Lic hoped it was their last but they Are at it again and one of them is Liv ing at the expense of the county for a month or so As a when Charles failed in his attempt to have ibis brother James declared dangerously insane to resorted to other methods and have him bound Over to keep the James fled before a War rant could to Borvd and it was supposed to had gone for he returned in about a according to Hie brother reiterated his old threats and went them a Little Charles says he showed him a and told him that if he did not leave the place in a week be know what would this time they succeeded in getting James into custody and he was put under Bonds to keep the being unable to secure them he was sent to Carroll in charge of sheriff Schmich and is now in the county unless he can furnish Bonds fixed by the magistrate he must remain there until the next teem of court which is in the matter will then to re opened before the District look photographer Harlan of o can do so though for years he because he suffered untold agony from the worst form of All physicians and medicines failed to help him till he tried electric which worked such wonders for him that he declares they Are a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach unrivalled for of the liver and they build up and give new life to the whole try Only guaranteed by Rotten Muler from politics and voters Divide along the line of party mormons Are in the minority in City but holding the bal a Noeff Power they get things pretty much about ready to then vote according to Thor i ing fairly in deed Good ripening conditions throughout and will be bettered by front Lees nights a week or More in with favourable weather there will be a great out put of a Large crop of aftermath is to the Apple crop la do More Bural routes for Carroll special agent Johnson of the Rural free delivery with Headquarters at was in the City last As a result of his visit four new routes will be established in Carroll two from Breda and two from besides two addition Al routes from Lake one of the latter extending Over in this Johnson found that one of to routes out of Lake City was a Trolle Leas than Twenty this was changed so As to make it Twenty the aame As All other at Breda one of the routes will extend East and North from that the other at one will extend North and the other South and thus More fully covering the West portion of the another route has also been established from Coon All of the above named routes will go into effect november Iowa Telephone the new Exchange list issued by the Iowa Telephone company today is indicative of Tho substantial growth its business has experienced in the past few manager Epperson has made a systematic and intelligent canvass for local and judging from the number of new names added to the local Exchange he has de very As fast an possible the old phones Are being replaced by Long distance instruments with metallic the expense of keeping the Exchange i repair this summer has been More Thap double the usual amount because of Tho heavy Rains and electrical a Tost is made of every instrument on the lines and an experienced employed especially for that la sent at if any i thing la found not to be in working Easterly the above caption is the style of a new firm to open business in both gentlemen Are progressive in their business methods and will make a Success of the Marble and Granite Busi for the present they will conduct the out of Fred Pielsticker again came out loser in the fire at Ames College last the con tents of his room being consumed with Tho Evans will go to Ames Tomor Row whore her husband is engaged in paint ing at the James her is also sight is buy a pair of those easy fitting specks at have your eyes examined by a scientific no charge mecomber returned last night from Arnolds the family will return to Tho family of Culbertson also returned last thud Minn Hue been Oil duty it the store for some time on account of poor to received much Benefit from his vacation and resumed work in the store monday during the electrical storm of saturday night lightning struck an electric wire connected with burkes burning out Tho plug and damaging the Stool Selling in Ono of the a a dog a shooting gallery and a Little boy and girl singing on the wore the Side attractions the dog show pulled up stakes the Samo but the shooting gallery in still with there was a Lively Timo for a few minutes Friday in Tho Alley near Rotten Maiors Storo when two railroaders became engaged in a Fristic assistance was at hand and their difficulties were soon Prince an inmate at Tho county poor was in town Early yesterday morning instructing Carroll business men How to sweep off their and other Wise making himself generally the ladles musical club planned and successfully executed a Surprise party in Honor of mrs Bangs last thursday the visitors took plenty of eatables in baskets which made Tho occasion All the More enjoy Thurlimann is quite sick at the Home of her son Edward in the first she has now been confined to her bed almost four weeks and grave fears Are entertained that she will not she is seventy nine years Nee miss Eliza Martel of was present at the funeral of Hale Evans has leased his of them took which spoiled the pros poets of the Junod returned with Tho but it is feared that he will Loso one of John gnats has returned from whore to has been for the past two weeks Clos ing up the Deal for the Sale of his while at Cherokee John proved to be an ener Getic and progressive business Man and the Herald congratulates him on his to will become identified As one of Tho firm of Gnam Horton of Richland pres ident of Tho old settlers was in our Roll lost thursday perfecting arrange ments for Tho mooting to be hold at Arm Strongs Grove nothing but fax Ornbo weather will prevent Ono of Tho largest crowds being Presont that Ever attended a meeting of this mrss Lena Beach loft saturday for Cherokee where Eho will Asquino Tho duties of assistant physical of the state Hospital recently opened Beach is thoroughly competent to fill Tho although it is a responsible is a deserving Ono and her Carroll friends have Faith in her Abil to fill the position with William Trowbridge and family have re turned from their Summers Outing at oko Mies Emma remained with Tho out Bertson Trowbridge is of the opinion that there will Only to about a half crop of Small Grain in Calhoun and porn Houstus an abundance of water stands upon Tho Lowns la Days of it was currently reported lust week that Oul Berteon pc sons new Lovator on the Groat Western Lino was several foot Over on Tho i company rights Fwy and of Mouroe would Havo to to rumours spread but Culbertson says that if any Meta to fins Boon made in this respect it was business from nutters but in the near future will erect a substantial building for of their where they will carry on their it is their intention to equip one of the most Complete Marble factories in this part of the and Easterly past experience in the business will greatly assist in the conduct of the Busi Ness for the new it is doubtful if they will get located before the great Western completes its Grade through the but it is their intention to commence work at the Herald predicts a successful career for Easterly All were for Yeara i suffered such untold misery from writes Johnson of that often i was unable to when everything else i was wholly cured by Kings new discovery for my wife suffered in tensely from till it cured and All our experience goes to show it is the Best croup Medicine in the a trial will convince you its unrivalled for Throat and lung guaranteed bottles 50c and trial bottles free at Ketto Maier local Barley Bye 20 Timothy seed lion flax hogs a turkeys i ducks general store in Texas and and Evans Are now making their Home at the above named miss Blanche Steigerwalt returned last sat urday from lbs Molnes where she took Tho special course in methods at Drake univer she was accompanied Home by Anna and Bryce Quint who will visit friends in Tho county for a few of course Gentry show will be bore tomorrow and it will be Well that every one turn the key in their doors before they leave the a gang of hoodlums Are bound to accompany every show no matter How clean Tho Gnam is in Chicago and Milwaukee making his Purchase of fall and Winter Gnam buys in Large Quanti thus getting Tho lowest figures on the Best class of this is Why Gnam loads in gents clothing and Gnam wish to announce to the Trade that they have secured Tho services of an expert plumber and steam fitter from in the person of this firm Haw no hesitancy in recommending him to the Carroll people and ask for a continuance of their potatoes John Cracklin will open a restaurant and lunch room in the Patty building on Oast fifth Street As soon As the room can be made ready for his the room is being arranged especially for he purpose and will be fitted with entirely new there by Tho great Western there is no truth in the Wioland disposed of Tho old diam Ond Saloon building monday to Joseph who will have it torn Down and moved to the this is Tho last of the buildings to be disposed excepting the Woodward implement which belongs to the great along the great West Ern route through Tho Tho consideration was thirty five Tho Large barn belonging to Williams on route 3 was struck by lightning Early sunday morning and entirely consumed by together with about fifty tons of As Luck would Havo it the horses were out in the but Williams had All he could do to keep Tho animals from Rushing into the ail of his harness was consumed no trouble to rain at to scenes of 1894 and 1896 will not be enacted very soon again in drouth Lias been broken for All time to Tho rainfall of last week waa while that of saturday night was fully another making the total for the Wook Over Throe the storms were accompanied by plenty of House and several barns falling in the on information received from Tho authorities at Amos last marshal Chambers took into Camp two Youthful ways As they alighted from Tho Tho marshal asked them where they Torero from and the Young radios replied that they Woro from after Tho marshal had thoroughly impressed upon their minds that they Woro wanted at Ames they concluded that they would return with marshal Cham Bers accompanied them Homo on g Fri Day returning Homo the not morn Gormania opera Bouse is on the but two weeks have elapsed and they have not got a Block away from Tho old the Herald anticipates that the contractors who have Tho Job in hand will encounter More or less trouble when they Roach the As we understand it Tho Northwest Ern has Given them two hours in which to Cross the the opinion is gooral that the track will to obstructed a half Day at manager Floro court thinks the opera House will be in Placo on fifth Street by saturday Jefferson Bee opposition to Tho Rural free mail delivery system crops out bore and and this fact imposes upon those who believe in the system Tho searching out of All Tho arguments in its and these Are one of Tho latest comes from u a Loo keeper in who Walla because Doshar of Gliddon waa in Miles returned from Chicago Kalb is visiting friends in Briggs of Gliddon was in town Fri Day on Boach is visiting friends at Sylvester Urbany is visiting at la and Chubbuck Aroon lying a vacation at miss Bessie Martin of Atlantic is visiting her John Todd of Dexter in visiting Hoffel Fungor and and family Aro enjoying an Outing at Arnolds Fred Culbertson in Homo from a two weeks sojourn at Lake and Galloy returned Mon Day ovo Ning from Robb returned last week from a visit at Dowlett and other and Ochampaugh visited Tho Sac county fair last miss Carlo Meyers of to Ploton is visit ing Tho arts Sisters for a Fow misses Mary Shollenberger and Rose Zorona spent sunday at Lake Ohnor of Dubuque arrived monday for a weeks visit with his brother Park and daughter Marlon visited last Wook with friends in Carrie Swonder is Homo from a two weeks visit at hot South miss Nannie Paxton will leave this week for a two months visit at mis Mohlor and daughter Are at Holstein for a Short visit with Tho formers Noo my nolo of Sioux cily is in the City for a visit with her miss Edna we liners is at Lakewood spend ing a couple of weeks with miss Bertha Schu Loo Thurlimann returned to Chica go sunday after n two weeks visit with Franzwa returned last week from a visit with her parents it Salsbury int Urrico sunday evening from an extended visit with relatives in Clark and Nio bolter accompanied will into on his South Dakota excursion misses Wright and of Hasbro of do Aro visiting Thor miss Ada Doc us add wife Aro expected Home from their european trip about the first of Mil Laor of Omaha is Home for a Short visit with her and Frank Shadlow returned to Eldora Fri Day morning after a Throe weeks visit with her husband John Chambers is Homo from a visit with her Dan who re sides in Clapper and her sister miss Brooks of pcs Minos visited at Tho Homo of Reynolds Preston manager for the stand Ard Oil company is visiting at his old Homo in Harding was at Ames sunday to View Tho ruins of the College which was destroyed by fire lust and Walter Burke of Minne Apolis has Boon guests it burkes they returned Home Boylan of Des Minos was in town accompanied by Hie brother to loft for Dubuque and Joseph Rettenmaier and sister Katie went to mount Carmel and Breda Sun Dikiy where they will remain for a few Glaze of Sioux City Urr Vod monday afternoon and work of invoicing the new York bargain Storo Stock is in cashier of Tho German with his is spending Bummer vacation with the letters parents at Ingram and daughter of Are visiting and the former named being an Uncle of miss Ollie herring left monday evening for her Home it Terra after a visit of some length with relatives in car Roll and Martha Stancill and miss Edith Stancliff of Are visiting the formers Matt for a Fow an Export plumber and steam fitter from has been secured by Gnam and to is already making arrange ments to move his family Mott and wife of Audubon passed through Carroll thursday on their Way to what Mott is editor and proprietor of the Audubon miss Jjo Luh Anderson of Atlantic visited last Wook with her sister they spent saturday and sunday at Mijs Lolah returning to Atlantic City superintendent Johnson and wife Are after an absence of several Johnson has been at while Johnson has been engaged in Institute John Hughes of Sioux Olty was in town for a visit with his Many friends he was formerly in the machine business Here and is located in the same Lino it Sioux miss Belle supple left saturday morning for Eagle Grove where she will visit her before going to Waterloo to resume her work in the Public schools at that Ira Lynch Carao Home from his work with the great Western surveyors at Irwin Friday for a few Days of much needed to re turned to his work Boudny but wits called Home again of account of the Aeilous illness of his since mail in curried to the people his traffic has fallen Oil fully he Bays when Farmers Camo in two or three times a Many of them would drop in and got a sometimes half a dozen at a in a Nodal Way now they rarely come at w upor Ned will be a counter on one tabla Laa Alum at the i Cago Northwestern Home seekers excursions to the West and via the Northwestern Home seekers excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates will be sold on the first and third tuesdays of each june to to territory indicated Standard and tourist sleeping tree re Clining chair care and the beat of every for full particulars apply to Nugenta pm

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