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Carroll Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1906, Carroll, Iowa I / a \ a f in a Al a Pil i p Ifil 1fr a f 1 v re. Cab Boll. To a. Wednssda7, 1906 a / i a a Quot Quot a \ a. a in Theca Rrolla a land in Alberta lust find company so Eupr a Large tract in Alli Irta a splendid Opportunity for invest Mont. J. Of Louse manager of the Luse land company wired the Carroll office Irons Montreal a Canada last Friday that he had closed up a Deal with the Canadian Pacific railway company for the Large tract of land which that company still owns in Southeastern Alberta. The tract consists of about 400,000 acres of the Best land in that province. It is located some distance Northeast of Calgary a City of about 10,000 population in the heart of one of the Best and most promising agricultural sections in Thedo Minon of Canada. This land has never before been placed on the Market though efforts have been made to induce the company to sell it. It was Only after months of negotiation Between or. Luse and representatives of the railway company that the Deal was finally consummated. The land is As Fertile As the land the company has been Selling in the Milestone District the last three a ars. The soil is of the same character As our own so far As cultivation is concerned it can be broken up and cultivated with about the same horsepower we use in this Section of Iowa. Water is abundant and of excellent Quality. There Are running streams Timber and Coal. No better Section exists on the continent for farming. The climate is comparatively mild and it is one of the noted Stock raising sections of the great Northwest. The coutry is developing fast and the past year hundreds of Miles of railway were built in that Section. Towns Are springing up in numerous localities and immigration is greater than in any country opened up in the Northwest for Many a year. It is the intention of the company to place this Large tract on the Market the conic big Spring. Excursions will be run frequently during the season with special cars belonging to the company and business will be pushed with the vigor that has characterized the company a policy in past seasons. There will be new towns located and other developments made All under the auspices of the company. Already the manager of the company has contracted with a number of competent men who will have charge of this Field work. There is land enough in this tract to keep the energies of company employed for some time. It is the intention of the Luse land company to sell to actual settlers in the main and All that vast Section of country will be the seat of farm Homes before the company withdraws. In the Milestone District which the company settled and made a com impunity of farm Homes land Rose from five and six dollars an acre to tree times that value. The same process will be worked out in that part of Alberta which is regarded by those who have seen it As the Garden spot of the Northwest. Or. Luse who is a rare judge of land values gives Assurance that the land he is about to place on the Market will double in value the first twelve months. He says that a comparatively Small Cash payment will be suf Lucient at first and on easy terms nine years time May be had for the remainder. The Herald feels like congratulating j. F. Luse for his Pluck and Well directed efforts which eventuated in the consummation of this important Deal. It is the greatest hit yet made by any company handling land in Canada and the lands Are in the most promising locality yet opened to settlement. New Sale barn. Men. The More people 1 interested 1 City and country. The larger jul be the sales and the. Farlaw co., jewellers. Greatest the Bement _ ,. I fresh potato chips at the Candy while this project is largely in the air As yet the promoters no Rea son to doubt the feasibility of the i plans. They la Wori the matter Organ for Sale. Inquire at Moore quietly Darlng the Winter and Hope j 4o be Able to commence work in the Spring. Retires from business e. N. Merchant rat iras to enjoy a Conn Patanay. The retirement of e. N. Merchant from mercantile business in Carroll takes another of the old time merchants from the list of Active trades men. He has been engaged in the retail business in carroiyor21 years without interruption and in All that time enjoyed a Large and profitable Trade. E. N. Merchant came Here with w. A. Mclagan in 1878. They bought Grain at the East elevator for two years then when the North Western built its southwestern line they went to Halbur. At that new station they built a store and elevator and continued in business till 1885. In the latter year they disposed of their Halbur interests and came to Jarroll buying out de. Kentner. Almost without interruption or. Merchant has been since engaged in the business. He moved from that room now occupied by Alice Manning to the Anderson building where arts Bros have their furniture store. Later he bought the building on main Street where his latter years have been spent. His standing As a merchant has always been among the most reliable in Carroll. He enjoyed a Large patronage because he treated his Trade right and kept honest goods. He retires now because he has a competency and plenty of other interests to engage his time. Or. Merchant has pleasant Home surroundings and is Able to enjoy the Many years that in All human probability remain for him. In his pleasant Home with his children and grandchildren and with just enough of business to keep him employed without worry his time May be spent in an Ideal manner and his happiness will be As nearly Complete is we mortals Are capable of enjoying. May his Days be Bright and full of Sunshine and his evening be still afar off. Judges Sale a Success his first Sala on Walnut farm surpasses expectations. A Beautiful Day a Jolly crowd and an abundance of Faith in the Poland China hog All worked hand in hand last thursday to score another successful pure bred Sale for the Walnut Grove Stock farm. The offering consisted of thirty one head of Beautiful gilts and aged sows. The top Price was $55.00 and a general average of $28 was obtained which somewhat exceeded or. Judges expectations As this was his first Effort. The feature of the event was the straight Forward manner in which the Sale was conducted every animal catalogued being fairly bought and sold. Or. Luther a opening speech contained some Good logic and was highly appreciated. He makes a very appropriate comparison when he says that Good pure bred Stock from which to Start your Herd is just As essential As Good seed Corn to produce a profitable crop of Corn. In this respect he is a prof. Holden no. 2 preaching the gospel of pure bred Stock while prof. Holden advocates and preaches pure seed Corn. In behalf of or. Judge we Are requested at this Ime to thank the breeders and armers for their presence their zboral patronage and the manner in which they conducted themselves materially adding to the Success of his his first Sale. And he fully appreciates the fact that it requires purchasers As Well As producers to make a Success of this As Well As other lines of business. Below we publish a list of names of purchasers and the Price paid for each animal. Lot no. 27 sold to e. Jackson Jefferson Iowa for $55. Lot no. 29 sold to e. R. Silliman Farmers and Stock breeders promoting plans for such a building in Carroll. A movement is on foot among Farmers and Stoufe breeders in this Vicinity to erect during the coming season one of the largest Sal Pavil Lions in this part of the state. The scheme is to organize a Stock company among those who Are most Likely to be interested and thus secure enough capital to erect a building that would be modern and meet the demands of Farmers and stockmen. In addition it is proposed to make the place a sort of Market. For instance one Day a week the Pavillion would be open and any one having anything of any kind for Sale could bring it there and for the accommodations received would pay but a very Small per cent of the amount of the Sale. The promoters of this plan will be Able to secure land from the Railroad on a practically perpetual lease. These Sie barns in other parts of the state have proved to be Good things not Only for the Farmers and others interested but for the towns in which they Are located. Be such a place of Sale once gain reputation and buyers will come from All Over the state. It also encourages the Breeding of Good Stock. Located As Carrous ideally situs de for people to get in and oat the promoters say it will no doubt be huge Success. It is hoped too that a Here sales will have the effect As it an doubled by will of making More Carroll county Farmers in the matter of Fine Stock Breeding True Many Acie Al ready in the Basi Nessy bul those Al ready interested do no it a it Midi woleoii�e.ili6 Navel oranges 45 cents a Peck at Heymans. Ice Cream always always ice Cream at hey Many a. Oranges oranges oranges 45 cents per Peck at Heymans. Julius Buge has been on the sick list for several Days past. Scotch Collie pups for Sale. Herman von Gian Breda Iowa. Six per cent real estate mortgages for Sale. Reynolds amp Meyers. Park has five special land bargains. See Hin about them. Mrs. E. N. Merchant entertained friends at a some re set party last night. Ice it is said is from 12 to 15 inches thick and the Quality is first class. Pure Hoar hound stick Candy 20 stick for 5 cents at the Candy store. Harry. Mrs. C. Beckley of Tama Iowa is in the City the her six ter mrs. Miles. Mrs. E Handley was taken today to the Hospital for an operation for appendicitis. To rent rooms for Light House keeping. Mrs. E. Bentley 111 East 10th Street. Holley bros�?T., the piano tuners sell Good pianos on Small profits at Windsor hotel. T. J. Ryan principal of the lanes Boro schools was in Carroll saturday on business. A Holley Bros the piano tuners sell Good pianos on Small profits at Windsor hotel. About Twenty five Carroll people attended the Ben Hur performance at Omaha this week. Macomber is prolonging his visit by a trip to Chicago where he is the guest of his sons. Mrs. Lane Gist and daughter of Lake City Are guests of her brother c. C. Struck and family. T. Ross has been in the Hospital for several Days past having undergone a surgical operation. A marriage License was issued monday to Fred Kraack aged 23, and Minnie Lau Behm aged 20. Miss Emma Lempe arrived Here yesterday for a Short visit with her Uncle county recorder Kempker. All kinds of House baking done. 514 North court Street. Mrs. Arthur Brown. New a phone no. 61 the list of jurors for the next term of court under judge Powers is published in this Issue of the Herald. Mrs. Frederica struck returned thursday to her Home in this City after a few weeks visit with relatives at Lake City. Deputy auditor John Bromert and Deputy clerked Broderick went to Omaha monday to attend the production of Ben Hur. Revival services have closed at the presbyterian Church. The net results Are Gratifying to All who participated in the meetings. Sheriff Schmich saturday took Mary Kuker of this county to the Asylum at Clarinda she having been adjudged insane by the commissioners. Beautiful souvenir cards local views of Carroll can now be secured at Sturges a Thurlimann a and Furnald amp stores two for five cents. O. P. Mcdonald writes from Fayetteville ark., that he is very much pleased with the location. He is prospering and both himself and family Are we. E. A Collins returned monday evening from Hutchinson Kansas where he had been on business. While there he purchased an interest in a livery barn and in a Short time will move there. A. Tucker of the Butler paper company of Chicago has been elected one of the directors of the state travelling menus association. He is a frequent caller at the printing of olo Iowa for $52. Lot no. 1 sold to e. R. Silliman Colo Iowa for $30. Lot no. 10 sold to h. Weber Jef Erson Iowa for $49. Lot no. 19 sold to we. C. Meyers Arroll Iowa for $31. Lot no. 22 sold to we. C. Meyers Armel Iowa for $40. Law no. 23 sold to we. C. Meyers Arroll Iowa for $26. Lot no. 24 sold Tow m. C. Meyers i files of this place. Carroll Iowa for $30. Lot no. 28 sold to Joe Patrick Dana Iowa for $41. Lot no. Í1 sold to Joe Patrick Dana Iowa for $20. Lot no. 13 sold to Joe Patrick Dana Iowa for $19. Lot no. 8 sold to Joe Patrick a a Iowa for 20. Lot no 12 sold to Joe Patrick Dana Iowa for la Joe Patrickj Joe Patrick w. I. Toop a lot no. 9 sold to Dana Iowa for $19., lot no. 5 sold to Dana Iowa for $19. Lot no. Sold to Auburn Iowa for $30. Lot no. 21 sold to Tucker amp Hill Jefferson Iowa for $30, to. No 26 sold to t r. T. Unger Coon rapids Iowa for $31. Lot Lito. 2 sold to Geo. Schmitt Carroll Iowa for $31. Lot 10� 30 sold to Jno. Morgan Carroll Iowa for $35. Liot Jio. 31 sold to Theo. Kruse Carroll Iowa for. Lot no. 3 sold Jno. Moran Carroll idea for $19. Liot Noi 4 sold to h. Hessling Carroll Lowa for $20. Lot 7 sold t6 w. F. Steiger Watt of troll Iowa for $19. Lot Ito 6 mid Toi r. T. Osborn Carrous Iowa for $17.50. Lot Imori 14 is let to no or ayes. Carroll for $21. We Are Able still to furnish the Chicago Tribune and the Herald for $3.50 for the next year. The time was extended by the Tribune publishers but will not extend beyond the first of february. For Sale 13 acres one half mile North of Carroll Iowa City limits Good ten room House with Furnace and plumbing Fine Trees. Price $7,000. No Trade. Address George p. Maze Carroll Iowa. Sylvaster Urbany settled his suit against John Axman the tenant on his farm whom he accused of larceny and the Case did not come up in court. The defendant paid the costs and was dismissed. J. F. Luse after securing that big tract of land in Alberta has decided to take a few Days off so last night departed for the Southwest expecting m join the exc asian on the Liose ear at the City of Mexico. J. S. Wright and wife yesterday had word from the Luse company Mexico excursion which was at the time the Leitter was written Friday ton. Lot Noj 15 old to Lenz car no stat ih4 Point of passing into m leh4 car Roll now for i we. Kurdt its Carnel ome Mon idiot no i 16 sold to c. O. Hai car Day from a business trip to the r. In a Teni Patt of the state in the in-l0t no to said to a via san Lilc oar a. Tipka. Rou,,for�2lil.interest Mia 8/wrid�r-U&Lt�Raal the proving Teiry Poplar and info to Many lodges ate practically subscribing pit Masse. The paper is something that the order needed in Iowa and its More than Ordinary Succes s is not surprising Jeff Davis Post no. 44 dept of Iowa g. A. R. Meet at 3 p. Sunday at their Hall for installation of officers and such other business As May come before the Post. All members Are requested to be present. The afternoon whist club will meet Friday night at the Home of mrs. David Park the hostesses of the evening being mesdames Park Pel sue Wright and Burke quests Are expected to be All present at 8 o a clock. The county treasurer has been practically forced to vacate his office this week by the painters and decorators who Are now at work there. The treasurer gave the Workman a free hand and moved Over with the recorder. Alice Manning Calls attention to another special Sale in this Issue of the Herald. Her last list of bargains was a Winner she getting Trade from Remote parts. Watch her announcements in the Herald and you May get bargains every week. Henry Meyers and family left yesterday for san Jose cal., to spend the Winter with j. H., his son. Or. Meyers is thinking of locating in that country but will spend the Winter there before he makes any permanent arrangements. John Lockwood Foreman for Winston Bros. Amp Deere has been in the City for some time past picking up the material for his firm preparatory to moving it out to Pierre s. D., where the contractors will Start on an Extension for the Northwestern. The daughters of Isabella and knights of Columbus will entertain their friends at a hard times party at the k. C. Hall next monday night. Every body is to appear in rags and any body dressed up at the entertainment is supposed to pay a Fine. The Corn Belt meat producers association will meet in the office of mayor Parsons next saturday the 27th inst at 2 of clock for the purpose of choosing delegates to the state convention soon to be held in Des Moines. All shippers of Stock Are invited. At a meeting of the ladies musical club monday afternoon held at the Home of mrs. Tainter mrs. O. Moore was elected a Delegate to attend the National meeting of Federated women a clubs which meets at St. Paul minn., the first week in june. Joe judge yesterday purchased two cows for his Fine Stock farm. One was from Owens Bros Herd at Newton for which he paid $320. The other was from the Saunders Herd at Manilla. Both cows Are very finely bred and will be a valuable addition to the farm. Prof. Ira Woods Haworth an instructor in the Chicago University has been engaged by or. Barloon to deliver two lectures a Day to the teachers during Normal. Or. Haworth is a student o7 sociology and is considered one of the Best educators of the West. The matter of the court House sewer is still in the air. A contract was drawn up Between the City and county which was signed by the Board of supervisors but which the Council refused to Sanction. The matter will come up at the next regular meeting of the Council. We. K. Thompson son of we. Thompson who formerly resided Here but who now lives at Gray was married last week to miss Myrtle Clifford of Glidden. Mrs. C. S. Farrar of Moville a sister of the Groom attended the wedding and stopped to visit Carroll friends. J. C. Reidesel trustee of schools in Glidden township was in the City monday interviewing the county superintendent of schools. Or. Reidesel has purchased a farm of 160 acres in Jasper township and intends to move there shortly which will necessitate his resignation As trustee. N. Luse and j. C. Trainer general agents of the Luse land co., left monday night for Minneapolis to Confer with j. F. Luse on business of the coming season. The Carroll end of the Luse land co., is Well pleased Over the big Deal their manager has been Able to put through. About four weeks ago while in Breda John Stitz had a shot gun stolen. Search failed to develop the the thief and the matter was dropped. Thursday night however the gun was found in Good condition on a Snow Drift near Breda having reappeared As mysteriously As it disappeared. The Clio club was entertained Friday evening at the Home of mrs. E. Sturges 1t>y mrs. Sturges mrs. Chubbuck mrs. Howard and miss Helen Merchand and mrs. Thomas. The topic of the evening for discussion was the exposition at Portland. The discuss ice was Lead by w. R. We. Trowbridge returned sunday night from his trip to Oklahoma while away he visited at Points in Kansas and was Fly interested in Lola and tie inlay. The Eli Patei was so mild Down that Way tha farm opera lion we re in Progress and no Aru finial beat was Nee Eslait to keep Boine it a portable. Wilbur boy lain is at Jefferson Iblis week Churchia hold Lai of Tjoe Deoari. Old Taireh bad 1ml 4 rest Between terms of Coart this time As the murder Thal fat Rockwell City kept the Couch Busy almost until the Day set to Convene court in Greene county. Judge Powers is Bolding court this week at Denison. Pat Halpin who last week left his Wile and child at Lake View supposedly deserting them has gone Back Home passing through Carroll last week on the Way. Halpin claims to have been misrepresented and lied about and that he never contemplated a final desertion but merely went on a visit to a daughter. To b. Moore formerly of this place but now of the state of Washington has been in the City several Days the guest of his Uncle m. Beach. Or. Moore has been East on the sad Mission of burying his wife and will soon go West. His son will spend the rest of the Winter at the Beach Hope and will attend school in Carroll. B. Rasmussen formerly a resident of Carroll and a railway mail clerk has been reappointed Consul to Stavanger Norway where for the past four years he has held the position. Friends of or. Rasmussen Are pleased Over the appointment As he was reappointed without opposition owing to the Fine record he had made. Will. Pierce and Thos. Wolfe Are the successors of e. X. Merchant in the grocery store on main Street. They Are most excellent Young men and will maintain the High Standard of that reliable and popular store. They Are not strangers to the Trade and we Hope to see them hold All of or. Merchants old customers and get a lot of new ones. Revival meeting in pro Gress at the Church of god. Every one Welcome. If you desire salvation come. If you have a Friend or a companion that needs salvation come. Their interest will be according to your earnestness and Devotion. A come thou with us and we will do thee the pastor Chas. F. Moger is assisted by Rev. Farrell of Erwin Iowa. Miss Alice Manning is enjoying a visit from her sister Florence who came from Chicago one Day last week very unexpectedly so far As the Carroll sister is concerned. Miss Florence Manning left Here nine years ago and has been in Chicago Ever since. She now owns a Fine millinery store Well located and doing a Good business. Business instinct is not monopolized by one member of the family it would seem. Although the Library has been open for several weeks the fact that the electrical fixtures were not installed prevented keeping the building open much past 5 of clock in the evening. However the fixtures have at last been installed and the Library is now open for patrons until9 of clock p. M., As advertised. The new Library is proving to be much More popular than when at the old location and the Reading rooms Are very popular. Last summer a citizen of Carroll decamped leaving not Only a wife and four children in destitute circumstances but numerous Small debts with about every storekeeper in town. The family is and has been practically destitute since his departure being helped a Litte by the own in addition to what they were Able to earn which was not much. His fellow has now been located in Mankato minn., where he is following his Trade As a Barber. T. Sherman ladies Circle no. 6 met Friday Jan. 16th 1906 and the following offices were installed president mrs. Carrie Tatroe s. V. Mrs. Hester a. Peck u. V. P. Mrs. Myrtle Daniel Chaplin Virs. Mary Parker conduct Ress mrs. Hanby guard mrs. Fannie Lehr Kamp asst guard mrs. Ada Baker alternate mrs. V. S. Cooke Delegate miss Mable Lowry. Circle will meet first and third tuesday every month at 7 30 p. At g. A. Lall. Mike Elmer a Railroad building material has been gathered up from around Halbur and shipped away. As Long As this material was left along the right of Way it was considered by Many As an evidence that the c. G. W., proposed Oon to do some building around Carroll and they Are sorry to see the move. However everyone connected with . Expects the Road to build and build soon they but Are exceedingly chary about expressing an opinion As to the time. Superintendent of instruction Barloon announces that he has secured Hon. R. C. Barrett sex state superintendent As manager of the county in Tinte this year. Or. Barrett was Here last year at the Institute and proved himself one of the most popular and Able instructors Ever engaged by Carroll county. Or. Barloon has been trying to secure the a services of or. Barrett for some to me but for a while it looked As the ugh he others previous engagements would not permit him to take charge of the county Normal. The Bankers casualty Clit. Of Des Moines of which a a a. Quaint is the Bead has Fust located in a Ouis Ville ken., a Man whom they Grant and who is known to the world Only As a Toronto a Jmmy a a Bank robber who is said to be one of to most successful in the business. Toronto Jimmy robbed a Banik at a it Over minn., five years ago. The Bank was insured m the Des to inc com Pany which at once took the ise up with the result that tote prof ills Palma were sent to to Mun oui eight year Tema. Jimmay Hihumi Wias arrested in Illinois but got away a Cost before his trial was to have been held. The Pinkerton at the casualty company a instance i Ain took up the search with the result that Toronto Jimmy is now to be brought Back to be tried for a Bank robbery committed file years ago. While j. R. Will a of pleasant Valley township was in Chicago last week with several cars of sheep be left the hired Man at Home. When he got Home from Chicago he found the hired Man gone together with some of j. clothes and his shot gun. A search was at once instituted which resulted in finding the shot gun planted in a Saloon where it had been pawned but the Man and the clothes were gone. Search has been continued but it would appear that Joe is out one pair of pants and a hired Man. County auditor Stamen is rapidly drawing the yearly report for his office to a close and it will probably be put in the hands of the printers the latter part of this month or the first of next. The report is issued for distribution in pamphlet form. The auditors report is one of the most important of the county reports As it practically embraces the report of All the county offices As sanctioned by the january meeting of the Board of supervisors. In Point of size and matters of general county interest the report this year will he Large. J. B. Hungerford was appointed postmaster for another term last Friday the 18th inst., his present commission expiring on the 20th. This is the fourth appointment he has received for the same office. He was appointed first by president Harrison serving four years from the 9th of june 1889. On an appointment of president Mckinley he took charge of the office again on the 1st of october 1897 and has served continuously Ever since. A this is his second appointment from president Roosevelt. It will be ten Days perhaps before the new commission arrives. Eddy Nockels who sunday was elected recording Secretary of the Chicago federation of labor is a Nephew of John Nockels of this City. The election of or. Nockels to this important Post in the federation is a great Victory for the better class of Labouring men in Chicago. He had been Secretary of the federation of labor for four terms but was opposed by the Madden crowd. Or. Nockels was originally a plumber and during his administration of the plan Bersy Union he had the hours Cut from 10 and 11 per Day to 8, and the pay raised from $2.50 per diem to $4 00 and $4.50. The pleasant Home of or. And mrs. E. N. Merchant was the scene last night of a pleasant party who gathered to play some re set. But the occasion proved to be one of special interest and entertainment because it happened to be the Fortieth anniversary of the marriage of this estimable couple. The Central Floral design in the rooms was a Large piece bearing the dates �?o1866-1906.�?� the company was deeply interested in the fascinating game but indulged in frequent felicitations Over the event which the occasion signalized and a most delightful evening was spent. Owing to the state corporation Laws the Luse land company will keep an office in Carroll from which the business will be to a Large extent managed. This is done that the company May remain an Iowa corporation with the Protection and help of Ood state Laws. The directors meetings will be held in Carroll and the Iowa Laws obeyed in All ways. The Home office will be located in the Herald office and will be under the management of or. Hungerford who is president of the company and d. N. Luse. These gentlemen will Lave charge of the sales in this Vicinity of the Canada land recently acquired by the company and inquiries directed to either will receive prompt attention. Chicken pie dinner. The baptists will serve Chicken 3ie dinner at Ben Hur Hall next wednesday. All invited. Business change. I Avail myself of this Means to thank nor Many friends for their Loyal Friendship and Liberal patronage during the last Twenty years and it is with the deepest regret that i sever my business relations with you which have always been of pleasant character and it is with pleasure i can recommend my successors Pierce a Wolfe to you As Young men of Sterling integrity and worthy of your continued patronage. I can assure you of fair and honest treatment at their hat ids. Both have been with me for some years and i speak from personal knowledge of their character. Again thanking you kindly for the Friendship of the past i remain very truly yours e. N. Merchant. Realm of sport. Knights of Colm Itibus Bank in form a win from Tia unknowns. Standing of Bowling Tamb. Games won Loit fact. Home guards 97 16 i 593 unknowns. S3 17 16 516 Knish to Calambas. 33 17 1� Sis Sweet clovers Quot. 33 n 1� 6i& in the games bowled at the Selzer Alley last Friday evening there was not quite As much Ginger As in former contests but nevertheless it acted As a Check to the downward course of the knights of Columbus which has been steady for a number of contests. In this contest the valiant knights took two games and came dangerously near taking All three from their opponents who All the time were Bowling an average game. The winners however set a new Mark for the opposing teams by making the total for the three games 2700 pins a Mark Only reached once this season. This gives the winners second place in the percentage column. The score knights of Columbus. 1 2 3 total a. 172 u2 497 lts6 Wolfe i a m 1�3 5w Ito Gnam 200 14t 172 519 173 Vaner Wyck. 18 3 215 i tort 5th 188 meyera.228 m 148 610 2�i total .9 a w9 821 2700 unknowns. 1 2 3 Tel. A. Schmich161 166 m 406 166 better168 121 156 m 14� reinhart.178 134 1.57 469 i56 Forbes. .134 m 176 63 scharnweber a. 238 229 190 657 219 total .874 803 h46 252� last nights contest. The Victory of the Sweet clovers last night Over the k. Cos. Last night was anything but an easy one but it showed that the new material had put life into the a four Leafs a and that was what was lacking. By receiving a Handicap of 500 per cent his team is now on an equal footing with the unknowns and the k. S. Further comment As to standing of teams withheld until after it iday nights contest. The score in kits Columbus. Of Donnell. 186 Van. 168 wolfe140 Gnam. 176 Meyers.158 total. 828 Sweet Goodman Schmich w.155 conway169 stats. M rohner215 Dedham Bank trouble. Des Moines capital notes o $5,000, alleged to be forgeries have involved the Dedham savings Bank now defunct and the citizens National Bank of Des Moines in an Impo taut Law suit. Incidentally the suicide of president a. G. Catch of Dedham immediately before the Bank was forced to close its doors plays an important part in the Case the local Bank was Deposit err for the let Edham savings Bank. It placed three notes signed by to f. Miller for $600, James Harding $940 and Caton Bros., $4,000, to the credit o the Dedham by Lik. Ii is for this that a. J. Ayr Biu As receiver o the ded Ruuti Bank is suing. The Lofti concern cd Iiams the notes Are forged and that their Troue bad been i covered by Ayr Bart from the Caton Testim. In an Linster filed today ajl Murt Den Usu be recovered the mites in Altai Oligh admit Ting that a Dlf forent mat ter Ras be Knirr 189 163 155 145 236 159 207 180 154 59 534 568 475 �.75 553 918 �9 2605 clovers. 204 201 153 146 24�o�o 182 194 158 166 no 169 558 459 578 455 578 178 189 158 158 m 186 155 193 152 193 t a 876 966 786 2628 gossip of the sports. Conway had no License to make that score of �?~243, so says a a bumblebees Joe. A up and a coming a the latest song by of Donnell and Gnam will be issued shortly. The identity of the Bowling critic Nas come to Light. His badge is a a Good Luck sign. A number of bowlers Are swelled up now and it has been rumoured hat they were stung by the that k. C. Substitute ought to be put on the regular staff. Who knows but the captian has already pensioned Reynolds. Will scharnweber made the High score of the evening an average of 219. His Colts could not find the Grove until it was too late. The unknowns Are not so dangerous As they were a week or ten Days ago. They lost their nerve when the k. A s won the first two games. The Home guards and the unknowns will bowl Friday evening of this week. By special request shorty has had his picture taken for the Bumble Bee which will be ready for the next edition. The Sweet clovers have been reorganized Given a Handicap of 500 per cent and have gone into the contest with renewed Energy. Will Schmich and will Stitz have been Aken in As members of this team. It has been reported that a a shorty Reinhart does not take kindly to a the hand writing on the Wall a a since he received the Dainty flour hand print on the Back of his coat. Now his friends Are saying a was she to blame a a a Horseshoe Joe that Veteran Bowler who by the Way received this Clever title from his past record As a Bowler is getting Back in form not having made an error in the contest last night. He was Given credit with a few a a slobber a however. _ Farmers Institute at ill Dada. The Farmers Institute at Glidden opening on the 6th of february will be an interesting gathering of Farmers and others. Joe Trigg of the Register and Farmer will be present about All of the time. Or. Wright the Dairy commissioner will also be there. Then president storms of Ames will deliver the address tuesday evening. The next Day wednesday afternoon. Miss Georgetta Witter head of the Domestic science department at Ames will be present to entertain and instruct the ladies of that Vicinity. The presence of miss Witter will be an occasion that the Glidden people will sign Alise by their presence and their attention. It jul be a rare treat of the kind. We believe that it is not often an Institute presents As Good an array of Talent As the Glidden committee has secure and it is Safe to Piedle that this we be a notably interest it ing and valuable Institute. It ones at a time that Farmers can attend if they put Forth the proper Effort and tiie attendance what a mainly the Good. Far Sala. A Standard bred Bay let Mia of Jinqu iat Lils Albee 2 in the Spring. Also a Stock in jul Hutchinson. Is rubber Fine do Frins

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