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Carroll Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1904, Carroll, IowaIt of in pm a i l a a a re it. J3-. The Hebald cab fill Lowa wednesday june 29, 1904, City and country. Nut Coal. R. Y. Culbertson amp son. J. J. Wieland a family Are at Lake View. Mrs. Ora Miles is visiting her sister at Tama. Miss Mayme Guthrie is visiting at Dubuque. 8. L. Schwenck returned last from Omaha. Frank Miller is rust Cating at Lake Okoboji. Dufley the watch inspector oldest jeweler in town. Trowbridge a cottage at Arnold spark is for rent. Shirt waists and Muslin underwear at Strohms. Highest Price for butter and eggs at Lawrence amp co. I have a neat cottage Well located for rent. F. J. Beers. Miss Mabel Bowen visited in Des Moines the past week. John Roderick of Dedham died at Oakland Oregon last week. Bert Galbreath visited last week at his old Home in new Sharon. Go to Lawrence amp co. For groceries Queens Are notions and Etc. Meals at All hours at the Palace restaurant. Davison amp Hulett. Harry Trowbridge has got two Shetland ponies for Sale or Trade. An elegant line of belts gloves lace collars Parsons Etc at Strohms. Miss Winnie of Brien is Home from her visit to Albion Nebraska. At one half Price a Good refrigerator. Call at Wilhite grocery. Diseases of the Eye ear nose and Throat glasses adjusted. Or. Kessler. Miss Stella Curley returned to her Home at Cascade Iowa the first of the week. F. W. Ellis went to South Dakota last week to look after matters of business. The Lyman Home is quarantined miss Clarice having been taken with Scarlet fever. The m. E. Sunday school will have a picnic at Stevens Grove on the fourth. Or. And . S. Whitman have gone to Okoboji to remain during the summer. Miss Marian Park has finished her school year at Urbana Ohio and is at biome. Mrs. G. W. Paine is enjoying a visit from her Niece miss Lenore Ash of Des Moines. I have an office room for rent also furnished rooms. Inquire of m. B. Wetherill. E. N. Merchant is in Indiana looking alter Oil interests which Are reported very promising. Mrs. Mary m. Garner of Fairbury Illinois is visiting with her sister . W. L. Culbertson. George Micka jr., was Home the past week called hither by the condition of his elder sister. Or. Kelly of Carroll treats and operates for Eye ear nose and Throat. Spectacles adjusted. A License has been issued for the marriage of i. Snook to miss Edith Leffingwell of Glidden. Geraldine daughter of Anson Mark of Chicago is visiting with her grandparents in Carroll. A. A. Talbott has gone to Okoboji to spend the summer months with his son who has a cottage there Fred Pielsticker has been at Breda the last two weeks helping close up the affairs of the Bruning estate. Mrs. . Kennebeck and j. A. Rohner went to St. Louis monday to spend a week at the fair. Misses Edith and Mina Elliott went to St. Louis monday morning for a weeks visit at the exposition. Miss Mable Norton of Rock rapids has been visiting her Cousin . D. W. Boylan the past week. Mrs. Or. A. Beach of Stratford is visiting at uie Home of her parents or. And . J. Cliea Bro. Mrs. J. B. Hungerford and children returned Home saturday evening from their visit in Southeastern Iowa. Miss Mary Culbertson returned last saturday from St. Louis where she visited relative for the last month. House on main Street is for Sale on easy terms. 1 will take in Exchange a Fine building lot. O. P. Mcdonald. Mrs. Frank Kimball of Chicago arrived saturday evening for a visit with her parents or. And . T. F. Heyman. For Sale our new seven room House and lot on North Adams Street also single driving horse. E. F. Lilley. Wanted Salesman and collector to work Carroll county. Apply or address Singer manufacturing co., Boene Iowa. For Sale a Cushion tire canopy top family Surrey practically new or will Trade for Good driving horse. L. J. Bowman. Miss Helen Marchand has accepted a school at Lake View and will not return to Cedar Falls the coming school year. It is said that Walt Scott has gone insane and is in a Hospital in Oklahoma. He used to run the old hotel South of the court House Square. ? h. 0. Stevens left this Forenoon for his summer Home at Okoboji. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter and they went Overland. Andrew Kirk departed yesterday morning for sooth Dakota where he will remain a few Days looking after his improved farm near Yankton. William arts has disposed of the Breda property acquired some thine 10 from Bruning Bros to John a Brothers of Armour South Dakota. B. I. Salinger is announced As the speaker on the fourth of july at Xiaoke Park Lake View. He 11 give an address worthy of the occasion. And . Paine Are Back from Kansas. They report great a a pours of rain in that Sottis Western Section of the country Anil is Ops Are. Not in a promising con Quot on. Edna k. Williams has ire Home to its and the Sumnler. Lu8 been engaged As a teat or the Blie schools of Algona and i urn for not Jer yes res i Toung lifts a my to a it or. A v i i j \ family. It is 4 pleasure to the her Aid to be Able to say that Harvey has More than prospered since he went to Minneapolis. Miss Leona Williams of Minden Nebraska accompanied or. And . George Thornton Home from that place and intends to spend the next month of six weeks visiting them in Carro. The Ristiano Endeavor societies of the Church of god and the presbyterian Church desire to thank the people of Corroll who so kindly cooperated in making the recent convention a Success. Senator Thos. D. Healy and his brother m. F. Healy were in Carrol a yesterday As attorneys in the Case before judge Mcpherson. They Are among Iowa a Forest lawyers and no finer Gen Lenien Sive than they. We Are asked of Tell the readers of this i it Aper that friends Are going to urge the next convention to name will Trowbridge As a candidate for county supervise Jinjr on the Republican ticket. H i a told make a Winner. A Man by the name of Slater a Straner has be a found to have a Well developed Case of Small pox and the authorities live provided a a it est House where the patient will be detained the require Bil length of time. The office of the county auditor is undergoing Imi movements similar to those made in the recorders office last season. It will be provided with steel ceiling and coves and otherwise finished in an artistic manner. Or. O. A cues a of the College at Ames was Iii Carroll saturday afternoon and called on friends he had been at Audubon where the evening before he delivered the address to the graduating class of the High school. Miss Lillian Mick ahas undergone an operation in Wrights hos ital for api it indic it hand is getting along nicely. Miss Rosie Wimmers has undergone a Sini Ilaf pc ration acid is on the Road to sure and speedy re Covi by. Saturday w. A Harrison was arrested on complaint of his neighbor a. N. Bailey for the purpose of binding him Over to keep the pee. The evidence did not justify sch action and the defendant was discharged tiie juvenile mind will Fumi Sli music at Denison to the fourth Iii selecting the Carroll band the Denson people showed that they Krew where to get the Best to be had. The c Arroll boys will meet every expectation. Yesterday Joseph Nurre now in business at maj be River was Niar ried to miss and a Lenz at he Catholic Church. Rev. Father Kuemper officiating. These Yoi no Pei it be will make their Home at Maple River. Under the new orders Rural carriers Are not permitted to carry my for in their conveyances. They ire also prohibited from carrying i ats engers the idea being that the rail must not be expose i to being bandied by unauthorized persons. A e. E. Omer advertises his household goods for Sale with the intuition of leaving Carroll and locative at los Angeles Alifornia. He has rented his i property East of town to it Frank ariens who Ivill occupy it if the course of a week or two. The crops in this Section continue to look Well. There Are some Fields of Corn looking bad on account of too much moisture but in general the it Rose it act is promising a Good feeling prevails among Farmers a cd business men and All Are full of Hope. Or. And . Pm b. Rogers and daughter have returned from a visit with the doctors parents at Osage. Or. Rogers left this morning of Seattle Washington where he intends to locate. Mrs. Rogers and daughter will in a Short time. I a simple remedy is suggested for the slug that has infested the Rose Bush and wrought Stich destruction this season. Gather dust from the Road and scatter it ver the Bush. This treatment rep bated three or four times is said to be effectual in destroying the pest. Sheriff Schmich last thursday took John Schupanitz to the Asylum at Clarinda. The Young Man had been demented for i me time but not till recently was it decided to have him taken to the Asylum. The Schupanitz family reside on the Talbott farm South tast of town. Statements Are out for the july assessment of the Bankers life association of Des Moines. The editor of the Herald holds the oldest policy in the county in that association. It is number 207 and was issued in june 1880, a few months after the organization of the association. The special services initiating the Rev. De. Neppl into the pulpit at Hillsdale were the occasion of much importance sunday. Multitudes of friends from All parts of the county were present. Father Zuessman of mount Carmel preached the Sermon. The Young priest will begin his career As assistant at Remsen. John Gruber writes from new York that he has enrolled in one of the leading professional schools in the City and will take a thorough course in cutting and All things pertaining to tailoring and merchant Ising in connection. He will enter the business Here fully prepared to give his patrons die Best that is to had. The City is now lighted with new arc lamps new or Chinery throughout and the lighting is first class in every particul4r. All apparatus from the Dynamo to the lights themselves Are new and of the latest improved appliances. The company is putting everything connected with lighting in a Sti fitly up to Date manner. A Seth Bullock a wired president Roosevelt his congratulations on the latter a Nomi elation last week in the simple word a How a dated at Carroll. Bullock was the presidents devoted Friend at Deadwood South Dakota. W. T. Boss says that his Trees Are showing evidences of the Benefit of the spraying a gave them last week i it would be Welli for. Others who have noticed to pest in their Orchard to consult or. Boss on the treatment he a Given his Trees. Prot ii. tion properly will save the Trees and the Era a. Apple if uie. The Eity is demoting a Good Deal by attention this season to Stre Kraft of some a a the in ii ii 1ie stblar6 lib a ii Rnea elected Are receiving attention Anc the work is pushed with Energy the people of the City ought to be satisfied with the manner in which the authorities Are handling City business this season. Just received a car Load of Bug Gies consisting of single top Bug Gies surveys Phat Dis Road wons runabouts Concord Side Springs. Also a Ull line of the Best lumber wagons which we Are offer ing at prices that will Surprise you come and see us before you buy Hamilton Valucey North of burkes hotel. Elias Kopelowitz the umbrella mender has been doing Good Busi Ness since coming to Carroll. He is still at the Windsor and will re main there for about two weeks Ion Ger. Persons wishing their Umbra Las mended ought to see him before it is too late. Menders like him Are not numerous and this Opportunity should not be let to slip by. Duffy the jeweler does not be Ong to any corporation or company ust Duffy alone. He does not have lived help that is always changing but does his own work and Guaran tees perfect satisfaction. Is As prompt As i possible and turn out the amount of Good work he can. Cau on him on main Street three doors Softli of first National Bank. Carroll is exceedingly fortunate in having such excellent water. At a Eom Parati by Short distance in to the ground the Supply is ample for any demand Likely to be made upon it. But the purity of the water is the most Gratifying consideration repeated analysis has shown car Roll water to be first class about As Good As can be found in the state. Rev. Henry Williams d. D. Of Des Moines Iowa will speak at the Baptist Church on next Sabbath eve Ning at s of clock. And All Are invited to hear him. He is an Enthus attic speaker and will give an address full of information and interest. Done to fail to hear him especially All the members of the Church and congregation invited to attend the Sac City Volunteer fire department attended the state tournament and captured a number of prizes. The people of Sac turned on the red lights alien the l oys got Home saturday evening and a general Jollif cation was held. Sac sent a Good class of Young men to the tournament and the people Piave every reason to be it Roud of their comi any. It is but three weeks till the next state convention. If the county ticket is to be nominated when the next county convention is held there is not much time left for candidates to make their ambition i Nown the Herald believes that the party in the county is going to hold another Harmony convention. Its predictions along this line last Spring May be recalled and they proved reliable too a f. Luse returned from Canada monday after one of the most successful trips he has made to that country. He sold to about every Man in his Large party and says that there is a brisker demand for land in that favored part of the Dominion than there was last year. Those who have Money to invest Are finding out that or Luse can give them the most advantageous Opportunity to be found anywhere. Last wednesday evening the Little two year old daughter of Mike Murhy of the third Ward was so severely burned that she soon died. The Little girl was playing in the House while the j Arents were in the Garden. Hearing the cries of the Little one they rushed to the House Only to find her wrapped in flames. It soon died of its injuries and was buried Friday Forenoon. It is sup it old that the child stepped on a match which started the fire . Chas. W. I it Irb Anks wife of senator Fairbanks who has been nominated for vice president of the United states is a Niece of . England of Maple River Junction this county. Last autumn . Fairbanks came to Carroli and went out to the Junction to visit her aunt and while there was met by . Trowbridge of this City and others. She is a most estimable lady and is held in High regard by her esteemed relatives in this locality. Special services in com oration of Independence Day will be held at the presbyterian Church next Sab both. A special program has been arranged for the morning service at eleven of clock and the local Post of the q. A. R. Has been invited to attend. Following the morning service the sunday school will have appropriate exercises. The Christian Endeavor under the leadership of h. W. Stratemeyer have also a special program seven p. On the topic a consecration to yesterday Ai ter noon Bert Galbreath was injured in the falling of the scaffolding in the office of the county auditor Jand his escape from More serious injurious was exceedingly fortunate. He was rearranging the heavy 2 Inch boards used in the scaffolding for putting on the steel ceiling when one of the a a horses forming tiie support broke and precipitated the whole thing to the floor. He was a aught beneath several of the heavy boards and badly bruised but no Bones were broken. At the Regow meeting of the Library trustees monday evening . Burke was re elected president w. R. Lee Rifee a aident and . Ruth o. Culbertso Secretary. Plans and the new Library building were Lul opted and bids Are advertised to be received up to noon of the 18th of july. These bids Are to be opened Ati two of clock p. M., of the same Day. It is altogether Likely that by the first of August work will be Weh under a and the building win be completed this season. Vigo rating and promotive of health and he improves every Opportunity to be out. He believes that he is regaining his vigor and will ultimately be a Strong Man again. The Campaign for postmaster at Manning has begun with Energy worthy the cause. The commission of the present postmaster capt. Beal expires before the end of the present year. He is a candidate for another term but has not been actively seeking endorsements. But v. L. Patton and g. W. Lariar have entered actively into a canvass for names and it is Likely that from now till the appointment is made there will be an Active Campaign. So far nobody knows what congressman Conner thinks of the situation. The Enterprise of West Allis Wisconsin contained an article last week highly interesting to John Loebel. It told How that fifty years ago his father came to this country from Germany with his family and settled in Milwaukee. They were forty two Days in crossing from the fatherland. The father died in Milwaukee in 1860, but the Mother lived till 1892 when she died in Carroll at the age of 81. A Good account is Given of the Brothers of our or. Loebel one of whom is one of the leading business men of the town of West Allis. There was lat might be called a family reunion at the Home of h. W Macomber sunday. There were or and Frank Macomber and fam ily or and . C. I Macombe and son of Chicago or and . Macomber of Ida Grove or and . A. E. Whitten of this City these with the members of the Home made up a company which thoroughly enjoyed the meeting. All attended services at the methodist Church in the Forenoon and occupied to it news. Or. Macomber is never Hap Ier than on occasions like this when his Hospital Home is filled with members of the family who come from abroad to visit and make merry. Or. J. J. Crider Olio was at burkes last monday is one of the reliable travelling physicians of the state. The editor of this paper has known the doctor since the Early seventies when the latter first settled i Ottumwa. In the years since then or. Crider has devoted most of Lis time to the profession in the Ca acuity of a travelling doctor. He believes in reaching tie afflicted in that Way and in that Way has effected Many cures. He is not a quack and has never resorted to quack methods he is a trained physician reliable in his dealings in business and in the profession. His representations Are those of a conscientious practitioner and pack treatment is not a part of i program. This is the season of the year when the Cottonwood nuisance is arrayed in All its glory. The atmosphere has been full of a a Cotton from the numerous Trees along the streets and the White nuisance has been very annoying. But the Cottonwood is a doomed tree in c Arroll. As fast As they can be displaced with some other kind they Are Dis App it earing. The school Board has acted wisely in removing the cottonwoods from the Park on the Lorth Side. It is unfortunate that the pioneers who appreciated the importance of tree Plant Itig in Early Days did not select some other kind. But they were Good growers and promised Shade quicker and were adopted As the tree. In this connection we should always feel grateful to p. Betzer for the extent of his work in setting out Trees in town and along the highways Lead no to town. Had he selected males elms or anything but Cottonwood is work would have been of a last no nature. Normal Institute. Gurdon w. Wattles was a Delegate to the Chicago convention last week from the Omaha District and was chosen to represent Nebraska in the come tree chosen by the National convention to to notify the nominees of their Sei tion As the party a candidates for president and vice president. He Herald has in mind great Honor an4 advancement for Pardon whittles if he decides to enter the Puliti Field. He pos it senses Ever a oiment for High office and a name for himself in pit Blini pee. William hurts is enjoying fairly Good health Tui \ summer. Since 18 severe at tache some weeks of he ims not Heel so Losely Bonfili to his place of Abii mess. It has been thirty two Taija Sini mr., arts id4 poise its to devote is Ziess Trio Rebii is. gave up Faim Selt to him a ibo hmm interesting lecture by major s. Byers on his War experiences. Last night major s. Byers of Des Moines entertained the teachers and All who heard him in tie High school Assembly room with a lecture his experiences As a prisoner of War. It was a Genu be treat to listen to his lecture told in such Choice and simple Lang age so Rich in stirring incidents and Fuu of historical matter. The address was absorbing in interest from beginning to end its sub act matter As Well As style and Mode of expression being worthy of be distinguished iowan who delivered it. The teachers cleverly complimented Mayo Byers at the open in by singing his song,�?oiowa.�?� that song so Ciar to All Lowans is Given Here in full air it a . You ask what land i love the Best Iowa a tia Iowa the fairest state of All the West. Iowa of Lowa. From yonder Mississippi a Stream to where Missouri a Waters gleam of fair it is As poets dream Iowa in Iowa. Bee yonder Fields of Tassel led Corn Iowa in Iowa where plenty fills the Golden Horn Iowa in Iowa. See How her wondrous Prairies Shine to yonder sunsets Purling line of Happy land. Of land of mine. Iowa of Iowa. And she has maids whose laughing eyes Iowa of Iowa to him who loves were Paradise Iowa of Iowa. Of happiest Fate Thater or was known Huch eyes to Shine for one alone. To Call such Beauty All his own Lowa of Lowa. Stop there but continues to abuse and persecute him for the sole reason that he concluded that he could keep House without that very delectable family journal in his family. The editor of that paper knows that or. Borcherding is not the author of the a a citizens articles which have appeared in the columns of the Carroll Herald. He ought to know too that he is not the Secretary of the anti Saloon league of the county. In fact he holds no office in that Orer animation and never did. For some time there had been much complaint that the ordinance was being violated by cyclists using the sidewalks. It was difficult to find out All who engaged in the pleasurable pastime of using the sidewalks instead of the rough streets but there were a Large number. Frequent complaints came to the mayor. In order to get some one who might be fined and made an example of he directed marshal Chambers to go out and watch for somebody. The marshal acted accordingly and will Borcherding was the one caught. He had Given his Little girl a ride on the handle bars for a Block or so but of course in so doing had violated the ordinance. The mayor imposed a nominal Fine and since Fien the ordinance has not been violated. There were a dozen others what a had been violating the t ordinance hut it was necessary to Fine Only one. The a re is nothing in the Case to Call Down censure a upon will Borc Fier dings head. Hot a has paid tie Fine and makes no com Saint against the officers who imposed it. There is no reason Why his name should be paraded before the Public for what he has done. Had he not arrived at the conclusion Liat he could live move and have his being without taking the times into his family every week for the coming year and politely ask cd the very sane exceedingly genteel and somewhat civilized Eti tor to take Iii name from the list he would never have been so generously noticed in the very readable columns of that a lightning. Lightning last night about ten of clock struck mat. Yeager a House the track on Clark Street and flt r a time it looked As if the build Jig was doomed. The department was on hand promptly and Quen Ltd the flames but not till considerable damage was done. The a rth part was struck by the Bolt and to fat end of the House was badly torn ii. The Large window was torn out and the Walls were badly shattered. One of the boarders sleeping near the window was badly shocked knocked out of bed and across the room but received no very serious injuries. The House is badly burned and the contents Are Well soaked. The damage is about 11,000, fully covered by insurance. Rain fell in torrents while the firemen worked. The House of James Post on North Adams Street was also hit but no dam Agib was done. They All found Homes. Cd Oon rapids enter Rise the Sev Miteen Ori Han children found Homes As follows Hector Stewart aged s years with Otis Arrick Bayard we. Stewart aged Loyear with Jacob shawl Peter e. Too it or aged 14, Perl Shawd Otto Smith aged John Shir Hourn we. Smith s years w. F. Paxon Janies Mcc Ann i years James Dailey Sarah Mcc Ann a years . In. Dailey Martha Mccann 10 years c. Patrick Lizzie Palm 9 years i Reston c Lark a has. Garland 2 years Jolin Hooker Arthur Brown 14 years to. A. Law Julius Smith 4 it ars and Maud Smith j years a. In Aylor George Smith s years t. A c Ampf Ell Joseph Smith 12 years a. Smouse rot Lieh Schmidt s years . Henry Krueger. All the children found Good Homes and there is reason to l believe that All will grow up useful and desirable citizens. Pov it try is not a disgrace Only a misfortune from which Young people May reasonably Hope escape in time by Industry clean Liv is and Good management. Marriage licenses. Ihei following marriage licenses were issued during the month of june Anton to Ellke .48 Dina Der suit i4 Carl l. Chrls Tinnea. Matilda sure Sou. Fred Ivi Emhardt. Jet Anna i Uschel. In Jas. Carol Ilia a. Diehl. Jyh m. L. Hrooks.27 a ,. A in Wil Blip h. Porter a is Johnie Walters. ,. A is h. A. Siting. A a Helen alien. Martin p Laudwig. Katie v. Neppl a a a Anton offman.j4 Wlllie meppl.24 Auguss sch Rotzler. Is Meliti Kroeger. Clyde is. William Aois. I berth Merei ies. Lis e. W. Ramey. Anna l. Larson. .5 Alva a. Harmon. 2�o Mary n i Kelson. By Herman c. Yuhnke 2 Laura veg a. Ernest Ohlmeyer. Mary backed. Joseph j. Wiirre. Amia Lenz. Local him Crest. A a a �4 to read the Story of thy past Lowa of Iowa what glorious deeds what Fame thou Hast Iowa of Lowa-8o Long As times great Cycle runs. Or nations weep their fallen ones thou it not forget thy Patriot sons Lowa of Iowa. The Institute will close this week and we Are not exaggerating anything in classing it among the Best the county has Ever had. State supt. Riggs was present last wednesday evening and delivered an address which was highly pleasing to the teachers. The round table in a a a division is one of the very interesting parts of the Institute. The paper re be fore that division yesterday by miss Maary Graham is said to be one of the Ablest and most thoughtful productions of the whole Normal. He stopped his Peppar. To by times Haft done w. the Man his name before Heise he Haw ened to la a lading m judge Mcpherson in Carroll. Cd Arroll had the distinction yesterday of having the i United states circuit court in session judge Smili Mcpherson presiding. The Case in controversy was the suit of. I. Boynton is. Mason c Ity amp fort Dodge railway company. The sheriffs jury in assessing the property which the company appropriated for right of Way i purposes allowed the Saint air $4,740, for the property used for Saloon pure Osek by w. Smith and a restaurant by. L. Mcalister. But the Case was taken to the United states court by the at to Orneys for the plaintiff messes. Korte amp Salinger a year ago last Winter the Case was tried before judge Mcpherson at c Council Bluffs but the jury disagreed and another trial became necessary. The evidence showed a wide Range of difference in the value placed upon the property by the witnesses on Opok its no sides. Witness a for j Lai Titt estimated the value from $10,000 to $15, my while the defendants witnesses valued the property from $3,500 to $0,000, judge Mcpherson while Here made a tour of inspection and investigated for himself that he might better understand the evidence Given by the various witnesses. The Case was prosecuted by Salinger amp Korte of the City and Jeorge w right of Council Bluffs. Lee amp Robb of Carroll and Healy broths of fort Dodge appeared for the railway company. The amount sued for by the plaintiff is $12,. By agreement of parties to the suit a jury was dispensed with and the Case tried before the court. It is Likely that an Early decision will be rendered by judge Mcpherson Homer Stratemeyer married. Hom Ltd w. Stratemeyer was married to miss Nellie i. Sherl Eck at tie Hom it it of . C Alvert in Des Moines last a it dries Day evening h a a. W. A Jordan of c Arroll officiating. A number of guests were present from Iowa c Ity and else Wiere outside of the City and Many friends of the Bride from the City a re present. Mrs. Schroeder Froni Carroll also attended the wedding. The Des Moines papers have spoken very nicely of the wedding the Bride ail the Groom and we Are sure that Carroll friends respond with Hearty api it Roval of every Good word spoken of Homer. Or. And . Strate mrva rare now nicely settled in the Sinclair Proi it erty where they will make their Home. Bargains in furniture. household furniture and furnishings All offered for Sale. This is your Chance to get bargains. Opt Misite m is. Nicholas farm House in Loek East of courthouse. E. K. Omeh. Crop bulletin. For week ending june 27. 1904. Des Moines Iowa. The average temperature of time week was slightly below Normal but there was sufficient warmth to Remote the healthy growth of All crops. The Only material drawback was excessive rainfall in about two fifths of the state the heaviest amounts being reported from stations in the North Central districts and in the Northern counties of the Central District. In the larger part of the state the showers were timely and beneficial. Except in localities visited by excessive Rains Good Progress has been made in cultivation of Corn and the crop is generally making satisfactory growth. As a whole the condition of Corn is materially better than at the corresponding Date last year and Iii 1902. The pastures potatoes and Garden vegetables Are making excellent growth. Reports indicate extra Good yield of cherries and strawberries. Early potatoes Are being used and sold in the markets. There Are but few reports of apples propping and the condition of that Staple fruit crop is still promising. The condition of Oats wheat and Barley is quite variable the Best prospects being indicated in Early seeded and Well drained Elds. Notice to contractors. Sealed bids will he Rece veil by the Hoard of Library trustees of Arroll Lowa until noon of monday july is lj04, and Ope ii cd at 2 of clock p. M., of the same Day for the erection of a Library building. Plans and specifications May in seen at the office of the architect Thos. K. Kimball Omaha neb or on a plication to the it Secretary we. L. A Lherison c Arroll Lowa. Certified Check for $100. As guarantee to accompany and right reserved to reject any and All bids. Railroad news. And other items of general interest to our readers. Mrs Jos. Wall is visiting her Par ends in Michigan. J. Daggert operator for the Northwestern has located at Ralston. A sister of it w Munich arrived monday from Ohio for an All Summers visit. A. King received word from Boone saturday evening of the death of an aunt. Operator Luttrel of the great Western has been transferred to Avoca and his lace Here has been filled by w. E. Sloan of Dumont Iowa. Engineer Leo. Hill and wife have just returned from a months visit at Chattanooga Tennessee. Or. Hill resumed his run on the Sioux c Ity division the first of the week much benefits ii by the vacation. A. N. Bailey has disposed of his residence in the West part of the City to Allen g. Mason and in a Short time will go to Denver Colorado for his wife a health. Bert mitts will succeed or. Bailey in the w Ells f Argo express office. Or. Mason will remain at Denison and it is his intention to rent the property he purchased. The Rock Island Road has mad Ltd a proposition to the Minneapolis a St. Louis Road for trackage privileges Over tie Des Moines a fort Dodge Road from Des Moines to cowrie to connect with its Sibley and Gowrie Branch. If the St. Louis of facials accept the proposal the Rock Island will it build but will use this track for an indefinite period. On the 24th of this month the division Headquarters of the great Western was moved from fort Dodge to Clarion. About Twenty of amiss and their families were effected. The division freight and passenger agents will remain at fort Dodge for the present. The officers moved included the superintendents train dispatchers and operating Force together with that of division Engineer. From sex Ohannaa in this and a it Filfli Boring count Las. Beacon a Good program has been issued for the Corn Belt editorial meeting in spirit Lake. July 7-h, and the editors seem pleased with the Prospect of a visit to the Lake. The Ida Grove Era record has been sold by Brown Bros to Harry m. Hazlett recently publisher of the Doon press. The paper will continue to be the recon acid Organ of the Ida Grove democratic organization. Glidden graphic Thos. Ferguson who moved last Spring to Burden Kansas had the misfortune on june 13 to lose his barn and cribs by fire the result of having been struck by lightning. We did not least How much if any insurance he carried on the buildings which were totally destroyed. C n june h Frank o. Johnson married a miss Ida Biehl in Atlantic and last saturday they departed for his Home at Chens ferry Idaho after a Short visit with her friends in Omaha. At grand Island Nebraska he went into the depot to get a lunch and when he returned to the car his wife had disappeared. Harlan Republican there has been tried at Denison lately an exciting lawsuit interesting chiefly because it involves a family fight Between h. C. Laub and Iii daughter and son in Law Lone Elizabeth romans and her husband. The controversy is Over the ownership of a very valuable business Block in Denison. Laub won in the District court but the Case will be appealed. A if a woman a a says Farmers a Joe Trigg a finds she does not want to teach school take us typewriting or dressmaking or wish to marry some chump of a Man to work hard for him the balance of her natural life for her Board and clothes let her take up the hen business. Any Bright woman who can manage to find a run for the fowls can make a Good living keep ing poultry and do it in any part of the Denison bulletin the school Hoard performed a meritorious action at a meeting held last night alien they elected or. C. C. Stuntz of Nimrod minn., for the position of teacher of drawing penmanship and manual training in the Denison schools. Or. Stuntz is said to be a very skilled Man in this line of work and will instruct the pupils of Denison in carving and Metal working As Well As tie other lines which have been tried heretofore. Denison bulletin the c Rawford county Hoard of supervisors in accordance with a Law passed by the last general Assembly passed a Resoluti i fixing the License fee which paddlers must pay in this county. The act provides for licenses for even soliciting even orders to be filled later and the penalty for violation of the Law is very severe. Paddlers of every description should look up the Law on this subject and l possibly save themselves something. Manning Monitor cd. A. Emmons returned last saturday from Iowa c Ity Liere he had been to witness the graduating exercises at the state University where his son. W. Graduated at the head of let is class. He was accompanied by his son o. W. And wife who will remain visiting Here for some time when . Emmons will go to Danbury to visit her parents while or. Pm in is looks up a suitable location it r the practice of his profession. Sac Sun . Della Seitz attended the annual meeting of the w of and a Relief c or a department of Iowa and furnishes the following facts in reference to the work of the corps in Iowa during the past year soldiers and families assisted 2,238 members and families assisted 752 Cash expended for Relief 136.29 estimated Relief other than Money $4,511klii amount turned Over to posts $1,.303.7 gifts to soldiers Home $,34. Ltd gifts to soldiers orphans Home $45.50. The Des Moines Register and Leader remarks concerning farm rents and land values a those who profess to believe that Iowa land will never be Worth $100 an acre because it cannot be tilled profitably at that Price have undoubtedly read prof. Kennedy a first Leiter from England to the Register and Leader with curious interest. Professor Kennedy mentions rents of from $10 to $ a cd an acre As though they they were not unusual and after considering methods of English agriculture he concludes that a they make the paying of a $10 or $15 rent apparently no More difficult than a $3 or $4 rent on the average Iowa Iowa is Only at the threshold of scientific culture of the soil and Iowa land values Are no More to be measured by the returns now received from our coarse Grain crops than English land values were to be measured by the harvests of the old Feudal Barons. The Lind of England that professor Kennedy is visiting cannot be bought at any Price. The boys Are now born who will see Iowa land Phatic Finady withdrawn from q. A. R. At Cantlon. Members Jeff c. Dvis Post g. A. R. And All old soldiers w reverted to meet at the Hall sunday july 3,1904, at 10 30 a. H., for tie purpose of attending services at the presbyterian Churchy an invitation of the pastor. A bids for m Cistar wanted. Bids will be received up to Nam it a saturday july 2, for the putting in of a Wistem at the jail Sie to bold 125 barrels. For further to formation and such nations Ibri of quo. Shinto lib Sineris. Kick. Supervisor a land not the Bast. Enterprise a. C. Steele and a. Butsche who have been Over the Rosebud Agency land soon to open to Homestead do not speak in the most encouraging terms of the land. A Little of it they say is quite Good but most of it is not fit for farming but Only for grazing purposes. Or. Steele says that in the country adjoining Well improved farms can be boy it it Rilo and a pm acre so it mind Seeff that the lands Are hardly Worth Mattig any special Ort to secure. Pc St of dirty. One fare thie round to Phu 25 cts july 2, 3 and 4, Witmus two Hundred Mues from starting feint of kick ii plate to Tsi Carroll markets. Cattle. 2.00ca 4.00 4.oo Timothy .3.50 wheat. Lambs. 4.00 Rye. Chickens 6 flax. Hogs 4.75 potatoes .36 Barley. 2l pm eggs. .48 1 00 1.30. 10 umbrellas covered. Polloe maa a list Are Joa. flu Tam around tills town fori Monkey ochre ill a. Pava sote and a mud a Baa aet Coveri Pou Eeman Liat do Iron Etui is to cover to a Refair

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