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Carroll Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1905, Carroll, Iowa
W 1/ / i Furnald a a co., jewellers. . Or. Kelly a visiting relatives in Albia. Cd tags for. Irent. Inquire at burkes hotel. Read about h. A hts songs special Sale of overcoats a a it saturday. There Are two letters in the Post office advertised for c. W. Harlow. Key. T. N. Hand of Central City will occupy the Baptist pulpit Sun Abas. E. Reynolds was at Coon rapids monday looking after Legal matters. Holley bros�?T., the piano tuners sell Good pianos on Small profits at Windsor hotel. Jolley bros�?T., the piano tuners 1011 Good pianos on Small profits at Windsor hotel. J. H. Post spent sunday with his parents at Churdan go ing there and Back on a bicycle. The regular meeting of the Kast Era Star will be held in the Lodge Roon next Friday night. Or. And mrs. V. S. Delay Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a Little girl born to them Quot sunday. Furnished or unfurnished rooms to rent. Reasonable in Price. First door North of Windsor hotel. Cold weather causes chapped hands. Alb Aderma cures them. For Sale by Sturges amp Thurlimann. Fred Elliott came Down from Dunlap sunday and visited with the people at Home for a few hours. Fred Caspary has left Maple River Junction and gone to California where he will engage in business. Anton wiederhold was fined $10 and costs by Justice Dunek for keeping his Saloon open on sunday. Cheaper and better than any other hand lotion is what we claim for alb Aderma. Sturges amp Thurlimann. Some Choice Young Poland China boards and sows and one shorthorn Bull for Sale. J. T. Judge Alspach farm. I he Chicago daily Tribune and the Carroll Herald for one year $3.50�?the very Best Chance to get the Tribune. The Public Library building is about completed and will soon be received from the contractor. This is not a joke. Ned Davis came from Omaha to spend sunday at his Home and to attend some social function of his Young friends. A Roy Supply a and John Sci yacht Ner Atten did the supreme meeting of the Ben Hur Lodge at Council cuffs this week. Herman Fessier is sick with to Hoid fever at the Hospital. His he it ther has come on from Chicago ii Elp noise him. Mr., and mrs. A. W. Miller have have tarted for California to spend the Winter i rank will run the business i a i is father is away. For a ladies toilet to be used after she ving for the hands during Corn husking alb Aderma is unsurpassed. Sturges amp Thurlimann. Charlei Hodge did not arrive in London in time to see his brother Al word was received from an of i brother in Chicago a few Days Auto. Supt. W. P. Johnson goes this evening to Harald where he will deliver an address before the meeting of omens clubs in session at that be. James Wattles has departed for the West. After visiting with his Soia in Omaha he will proceed to san Diego to remain during the Winter. F alb Aderma is our own preparation if it fails to satisfy we refund the in Archase Price. It keeps the skin Quot it and prevents Chipping. Sturges a Thurlimann. Miss Edith Elliott returned wednesday night from Illinois where she had been visiting relatives and resumed her place in the Postoff ice next morning. Quite a number of the High school Yoyng folks went out to the Home of miss Bessie Rogers last saturday night and spent the evening in a delightful Way. Loft Between the Pant orium and Hoffmanns hotel a pair of. Ladies Gold rim Eye glasses. Finder leave the Lune at Hoffman a hotel and a receive Reward. Those who have used alb Aderma for any roughness of the skin know its value. If you have not done so try it. We guarantee every bottle. Sturges amp Thurlimann. The first Snow flurry of the season occurred gunday. It is somewhat Early for the beginning of Winter. And it a Well to make Early preparation for the inevitable. J ? the ninth Grade Pupil of thigh school went out to will Fritag a lamp St night and had a delightful time at the hands of Charles and Mana Fritz members of their class. A. Parsons was at South Omaha last week and purchased several car loads of cattle to be fed on his farm West of town. Five loads have be ii received an a four More Riri vie this week. A a of Clara Olmstead due of the my Byeis of Merail i office has been obliged to give up work for a am account of in Liness. To is to Oil fait her aging is 0nly Bow \ Oais Olyn Iff a and Pillow ease to la Lomm on ill Adaina Street last night the Young people had a Jolly time and Nike halloween one to be remember wanted a Good Tei Aii i Hing about 2200 pounds to use for their keeping. Good care and easy work. Must have team All Winter. A Fhone me Carroll co. A phone 204 or 292, at once. For Sale 13 Aeres 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. I have 120 or 200 acres of Fine land 4 Miles North of Ralston Greene county which 1 will sell or Trade for 2 Good residents in Carroll. Inquire of John Horan Scranton Iowa. Greene co. Mutual a phone. No. 8. . T. A. E. Lyman departed thursday night for her old Home at Elgin Illinois called thither by the serious illness of her Mother. Before her arrival her Mother died and mrs. Lyman remained Over to at the funeral. Students of the ninth Grade of the High school held a Jolly halloween party last Friday night at the Home of Cora Mohler. This class has not led to observe the occasion in some such formal manner for the last five years. Do you want the Carroll Herald and the daily Chicago Tribune for $3.50? the Tribune is $4 a year and cheap at that. We can furnish you both papers for less than the Price of the Tribune. Do you want to subscribe now the mount Carmel Mermiss beginning next tuesday will be one of events of the season with the Church people out there and they extend a Hearty invitation to All Carroll friends to be present. The occasion will be Worth attending we Are assured. R. F. Lathrop of Glidden was in Carroll last Friday. He is now running the South Side barn in Glidden and makes a business of buying and Selling horses. He is in the habit of pushing things and parties having horses to sell will do Well to interview him. Sam Steigerwalt Carrier on route number one had a birthday last saturday and friends remembered it by assembling at his Home and giving him a genuine Surprise. He has several Fine presents which will serve As souvenirs of the arrival of his years of majority. Express rates have been advanced 25 per cent. They were High enough before and the present charges imposed Are simply outrageous. We advise people to protect themselves by using the United states mail and fast freights. By All Means give the express companies a wide berth. Mike Moylan of Coon rapids missed a Robe sunday and not finding it sent to Carroll for Swender and his blood hounds. The thief smelled danger from afar off returned the stolen article Belo hounds arrived. Nothing like hounds to run Clown thieves a Back stolen property the a switch party Given at the Home of or. And mrs. Sherman last night was a Triumph in its Way never surpassed in the social life of Carroll. The ladies who planned it and carried out the program have not outgrown their girlish appreciation for fun and their resourcefulness for fun making. Do not forget the lecture at the presbyterian Church next thursday evening by miss Hughes who has spent several years in Utah and knows the ins and outs of a Amor monism which will Beer subject. There is no admission charge but an offering will be taken for the women a Home Mission work. J. F. Luse who returned from the North Moncla reported that while he had passed through considerable Snow on his Way Back from Canada there was none in that Section of the country. In the Vicinity of St. Paul Snow had fallen covering the ground but in Canada the weather was Good though colder than Here. The Luse land company will in All probability make but two More excursions to Canada this season the last now advertised for the 21st of november. Of course if the weather will permit another will be made later but we May look for the ground to covered feh Snow any time toward the close of the prese it month. The Catholic Mermiss at it. Carmel will open on tuesday the 7th i not Anid continue for three Days. Meals will be served daily and plenty of fun is assured All the time. Wednesday 8 set apart As Carroll Day. And the Carroll torn of in body. A Hearty Init Al Ion is extended by the committee in charge. A k mayor Parsons placed his veto on on the proposed of How for last sunday evening in the open Otise. The Campfi Iii Iii a4?0iiti a Parade Aiad aul at for Sac Day afternoon i but the mayors action interfered with tie program. Mayor Parson is base Ever a omitted Carroll to be add Mpung of oth4 commuilti6s. It is pm a hop the members of coat Oil who 1 who know and for the offal to full Eximia duties and to �t4 people of Carroll we Lac in a nor in Rem pirate Man Sfero to fiting Psi Iozzi who it affected lit it would be a calamity to put the str ets in darkness. A. W. Swendt was called to Bayard sunday with his blood hounds for the purpose of locating the person who had thrown stones against the windows Jln the Duffy Home. The hounds struck the Trail to once and located a Man Rooming in a business Block who had had trouble with Duffy some time ago. It was a Clear Case and the Man will be prosecuted in the courts of Guthrie county. A a Tom Kelly of Denison came Down and kept store while Joe was off on his wedding trip. It is stated that the Denison brother had nothing to do with pasting the grooms baggage with Bills mucilage on announcing the occasion of Rice old shoes and the like that covered the depot platform on that noted occasion. It is also claimed that Tom Guthrie had no connection with the pranks of friends. The Herald relates the statements we Ich Are said to be facts. Several persons have been mentioned for mayor of Carroll to succeed mayor Parsons. The Herald believes the people ought to adopt the Manning plan in the next general town caucus. There they place the names on the tickets of the two candidates receiving the highest number votes at the caucus and the people have a Chance to vote for each at the election. That does away with All Chance to steal a nomination at the caucus and affords every voter a free exercise of the voting right. The engagement of we. Owen with j. W. Mcconnell a a Othello a monday nov. I Promisee to be the beet attraction of the season. This company is Only playing a limited number of engagements this season and or. Fioren court is to be congratulated on securing a contract with them. All who attend can rest assured that the production will be strictly first Clase. The management assures the Public that the opera House will be Well heated for this attraction. Secure your Reserve seats Early. In a wreck on the Rock Island Road West of Fairfield last thursday morning o. B. Helmer mail clerk and a brother of our county attorney was seriously injured. Two passenger trains collided and the Engineer and two other persons on Helmers train were killed. Only one was killed on the other train and he was a Young mail clerk who was making his first run. Chas. Helmer our county attorney has three Brothers in the mail service two on the Rock Island and one on the North Western. Chas. H. Rafferty from Clinton Illinois has bought the Richmann Cigar factory and already taken charge. He has leased the building for a Long term of years and will extend the business to a Large extent. Or. Rafferty is a practical Cigar a Quaker having worked at the Trade teen years and had a number of years experience As a manufacturer. He is a responsible business Man and comes with plenty capital of his own to carry on an extensive Trade. The Herald is prepared to commend him to the Confidence of business men of Carroll and it predicts that he will meet with Success in this new Field of Trade. Senator Garst was in Carroll last Friday. When asked about his possible ambition to run for governor next year he plunged into a scientific discussion of the weather. He was sure that dry weather was beneficial for Corn husking and had no doubt that the Farmers would make Good use of their time. In reply to the question As to the intention of the governor to run for Congress in the seventh District. Senator Garst said he was expecting a Fine tone at the Farmers Institute to be held at Coon rapids the latter part of this month. Another Friend wanted to know if he would accept a fourth term in the state Senate and Quick As thought he replied a not on your of Fergus palls Minnesota was in town Friday night and stopped at w. By Ileya a. He came Back to Carroll county of the sad Mission of the burial of his Mother one of the old aside its of the sort Hern part of the county. . Harriott Litts died at his Minnesota Home on the 21st ult and was buried at Coon rapids last wednesday the decks used was a sister of g. W. Carpenter and after the death of her first husband Charles Barsby was married to we. Litts. They resided for a number of years at Americus Kansas but soon after the death of Ber second husband she went to live with her set a aft Fergis Falls or. A Arsby la to re cd for his Northern Home last saturday. The Herald believes that it worm be unwise and a Businesslike for the Council to have the Street lights shut off for retaliatory reasons. Sale have be cite a tis to Ted streets a of it a would be As Incon eff sent to dispense with them Aji it would be to get along with it to in Telephone. The cot fort safety Imd Sec Writy the Liole people Are Init of red inbox question and the Cotin cil sutly #111 not act in a pre Jim Dickal manner. Feorl have pm to xes for the service they will not tee i right about airy action of the Couit that will put the Towa in darkness. Bet Satory action can a tit be defended la goal is Tomion we sin rely Trust Liat on Nounou Wili idiot resort to a Iier Long of Vrismo the a Era a can Bowd Towa Wendi ssh in Rev. Groendyke s Affail so exp cd Roll pro a Ehr seems to have Diss i it pm Aroul. Front is Feii to is Insano. 1�?T the Crest and ily advertise for Iii a recent Issue said 1 a the congregation of the pro by Terian Church were notified sunday that Rev. J. E. Groendyke who has been the pastor of this Church for several years would not return to this City to resume his work in theft Church but in a Short time enter another Field and for the present would be in Chicago looking after some business. A Prev. Or. Groendyke left this City during the latter part of july for a visit at his old Home near Crawford a Ville ind., and to attend the summer meeting of the presbyterians at Wenona and was expected Back in this City about two weeks ago by the congregation and there was a great i appointment when he failed to arrive mrs. Groendyke arrived in the City about this time and has been stopping with friends in the City a amp spa few Days ago left for red Oak to visit with or. And mrs. E. W. Mcdade of that place. She returned to this City saturday and was greatly pained to learn that the gossip is had been Busy and that publicity had been Given to some utterly unfounded rumours in connection with the detention of Rev. Or. Groendyke in Chicago. This gossip took various forms and was Only exceeded in its divergence from the truth by the rapidity with which it gained circulation. It would have been supposed that the Rev. Or. Groendyke would at least have been spared this vile practice As no Man who Ever made this City his Home has been More greatly loved by his friends and respected by the Community but the Petty practice of gossiping spares nobody and its devotees find everything that comes to their Mill to he grist. A the real facts of the Case Are As follows Rev. Or. Groendyke was simply a Supply for the Crest a Church never having been installed As pastor of the Church and therefore under no obligation to remain in the Church in the capacity he has filled. He has for some time thought that it was his duty to himself and family to better his condition in a financial sense As his personal matters were in a condition in which he Bastardly been justified in remaining in a is City in the face of More remunerative offers to engage in other work. He has been in correspondence for some time with a Friend in Chicago in relation to this work a a went to that City about ten Days ago to consult with his Friend. He wrote his wife of his intentions and mrs. Groendyke has at no time been in ignorance of his whereabouts or of his intentions but it was thought Best for personal reasons that no publicity be Given to his intentions to resign from connection with the local Church until an official announcement could be made to the congregation. Rev. Or. Groendyke has always Felt the keenest regard for the Crest a congregation and really Felt As if the pain of coming Back to this City and parting from the congregation was a a task which would be quite painful to him and to them and he came to the conclusion that the better Way would be to White his resignation and take up his work without coming Back to this City. A it would have been Best if Rev. Or. Groendyke had come Back to the City and made his farewells in person but that is Only a matter of judgement. His decision to leave the local Field and engage in evangelistic work is greatly regretted by congregation of his Church and by the Community at Large but is certainly within his right to do so and personal matters of a Financil nature that do not concern the Public have impressed or. Groendyke with the advisability of his accepting of opportunities which have come to him. In any Field of Endeavor in which he May engage the Best fishes of his congregation and the citizens of Crest a will billow him and Hopes of tire Success will be earnestly voiced by those who have Learned to Admire and love the gentleman and his estimable from a private source the Herald is informed that the missing Man has never been located by Crest Jon friends sice his disappear not. . Ord Endyke it ii thought is in Chicago and the manner of Husland a disappearance and conduct preceding Lead to the conclusion that even the wife does idiot know of his whereabouts. The pm pression prevails at Crest a j that or. Groendyke has gone inst tie. His excellent character and us it life Bis Intens real Sioui coast in �11 the years of his Manl Stry Faro Well remembered in the co Mupi Esir hich he Laboured. His i out conduct can be accounted for bin Kjof a the r theory. Carroll people who knew preacher an4 his july Ely Wil if t Roarn oif thei revelations with a flings of tie deepest regret sorrow. A to to alter the i Ere preceded by Little Savid Bolilan who bore the wedding no. A beit Salinger or. Acted As Groom Saip and miss Ethel Gulich oif Denicoli As maid of Honor. Misse to inner Park arts and 0debolt, acted As bridesmaids. A he ceremony was More Titan Ordinary in scope and and was performed by aut full by Rev. Jordan. After eating of the wedding dinner the cd uple left to take the evening train �0t Des mines. After a Short visit with friends and relatives there they 40parted tor Okeene it Oklahoma their Fetui Home. The Bride was born and reared in Carroll and has always been deservedly popular in her Large Circle of friends. She is a Young Woi an of excellent qualities of head and heart and leaves behind her Many interested friends. The Giom is the son of or. C. D. Board Man formerly of Odebolt later of Des Moi ies. He is a promising Youn business Man and As cashier in his fathers Bank at Okeene has a Bright future. District court. Pc Ulman Boi Ivon Wylicil Jii lilt wednesday evening Homo of or. And mrs. Geor a Borwen on Adams Street their ter Maple was joined in Marri a bad Les a Boardman of o okie Ihu a Bev. W. H. To Tho Rosby Terian ohm Rich Oil the Iee Remony was Protty Imsu i of. Trio rooms i Dio eoral and As the judge Church disposing of lot of business and attorneys working to Clear docket. When we went to press last week the court was engaged in the trial of the Case of arts is. Palace dry goods company which was decided in favor of the plaintiff. The Case of Britsche is. Strunck was settled by arbitration out of court. In the Case of Esch is. Bostermundt the defendant was Given a verdict. M. W. Beach was appointed guardian of minor children in the Case of Hathaway is. Barber. Partition was ordered of certain property in Manning and in Minnesota and o. E. Dutton and the Sutherland in first National Bank were authorized of make the partition and report at ibis term of court. J. L. Robb was authorized As receiver of the electric Light Plant to extend the main on tenth Street South of the school House West to tap the pipe on Adams Street the same to be paid for out of funds coring into his hands As manager of the business. M. W. Beach referee in the Case of w. B. Bruning is. Arts found substantially in favor of defendant. In the Case of Schachtner is. Cunningham judgment was rendered for plaintiff. Judgment was also Given plaintiff in the Case of j. P. Minchen is. W. N. Rugg on promissory note Jor $400, interest attorney fees and costs. Geo. W. Bowen was appointed to defend Bert Woods indicted for larceny. Complimentary banquet. Or. Arthur l. Wright gave a banquet thursday night at burkes hotel complimentary to the visiting physicians who had been in attendance at the meeting of the Northwestern medical society that Day in Carroll. Local members of the profession were invited and the banquet was a pleasant affair. The doctor presided As toastmaster with the following program our Northwestern Iowa medical association a. A. Downs a a Torch lighted that shall continue to the pct of and lawyer in frenzied finance,.___________h. W. Macomber a we surgeons of the Law do desperate cures politics and Medicine,--.d. J. Townsend a plays such fantastic tricks before High heaven As to make the Angels the doctor in court a. A. Church a who dares think one thing and another Tell my heart detests him Astl Gates of hell a the doctor As an advertisers j. L. Powers a Otis pleasure sure to see ones name in print a medical Charity e. Hornibrook a a Chi Rity is the sterilized milk of Humah judge Church compliments mrs. Burke by saying that the menu was one of finest most tasty and satisfactory he Ever saw at a banquet. I a i i i i a a ii when father sick. A Friend who evidently knows How father arts when he a sick suggests the publication of the following by Edwin l. Sabin in november Century theia mptherj9 Alc Thi House is All so a Ira Neely he a he la room and Viall Bat toothed never will admit she a buffering a single bit she w0tt�t let people a things the refs nothing aay one 6ah bring she Joist Lus there and tries to fix herself by cunning Little tricks and Asfe a the 4oetor Why the word themselves of the prix be there were a number of very it resting and attractive characters represented. The subject for discussion for the evening was the a levee systems of the United states a and this was in charge of j. A. Dougherty As Leader. His treatment of the subject was exhaustive and full of interest. He was assisted by h. F. Westfall and w. L. Culbert Sori both of whom added to the information Given by the Leader. The musical feature of the program was enriched by the efforts of the musical members of the club. The attendance of members and invited friends was Large and showed that the Clio is enjoying its most prosperous and progressive period. Marriage licenses. The following licenses to marry were issued during them nth of of october Chas. F. Ginder.2s Augusta kusel.22 August Witt. 2 Anna m. Schluter.22 Herbert g. Colcord.30 Marj f. Jenning.2s p. J. Conley.2il Mary Axman. .2.�?~ John Lizzie Hoffman. .2. John f. Dare.21 Marie roderick.2s Joe Kelly. 2 Mayme Guthrie.20 Charles k. Boardman.24 Mable bowen.22 Fred a. Ribble. Nellie crow.24 Frank s. Eaton.31 Belle schlater.31 Chas. Loxterkamp.28 Mary neppl.21 Peter Stein .23 Anna h.hutchsletter.23 Felix mcaloon.39 Dora Ralph kolp.21 Ruth owen.20 Herbert j. Murphy.21 Anna Lordeman .21 John b. Hermansen. .23 Anna f. Hoffman .21 few Bai mayor Araon a a pm All Loiis a it aft Road Ltd the so a she set mul As Belha most absurd. And be comes he has to guess at sym Ibosh that she wont confess and their he Sapt to Irown and say a you should have had me right away ill 6om0 again this evening a for its bed you see a week or More when fathers sick i Tell you no you ought to hear the dreadful Row the talk of a dying a and the groans the of Der in tones he Hajji runnings to and fro to i rearrange the Pius we so to it i Howater bag and slide for in mkt re plaster Len Joncade it Appeal to get the doctor Auluck a an4 a Caw to 5oii be Vitoi awful sick a and the the doctor sits and hears while Latier Grants his pains and fears. He a a some drop and tells us a cum a a urls needed i come a Asala. I Pihlak Hll do All rtt Fht a and Tatle Hap by Nigl it to i Clio s i first tto Olio gave its first mls Cella new usie it Krogh am of the season at the a me of mrs. Cul Rison the hostesses be Lars in a. And r. A jul of Albertson mrs. Dali ii of mrs. A text non i. 4 to borne in of Lnu in the youths Corn Panion in 1906. During 1906 the youths companion will publish in 52 weekly issues 7 serial stories each a Book in itself reflecting american life in Home cup and Field. 50 special articles contributed by famous men and women travellers essayists soldiers sailors statesmen and men of affairs. 200 thoughtful and timely editorial articles on important Public and Domestic questions. 250 Complete stories by the Best of living Story writers stories of character stories of. Achievement stories of humor. 1000 notes on current events and discoveries in the Field of science and natural history. 2000 Bright and amusing anecdotes items of strange and curious knowledge poems and sketches. This is what the companion offers its readers during 190 j. And the Quality of it is fully equal to the Quantity. The paper is interesting without being sensational Bright without being flashy elevating and strengthening without being Prosyk a paper for every member of the family. A full announcement of the new volume will be sent with Sample copies of the paper to any address on request. The new subscriber for 1906 who sends $1.75 for the new volume at once will receive free All the remaining issues for 1905, including the double Holiday numbers also the companions a minutemen a Calendar for 1906, lithographed in twelve colors and Gold. The youths companion 144 Berkeley St., Boston mass. Son lost Mother. A consumption runs in our family and through it i lost my Mother a writes e. B. Reid of Harmony me. A for the past five years however on it he slightest sign of a cough or cold i have taken or. Kings new discovery for consumption which has saved me from serious lung his mothers death was a sad loss or. Reid but he Learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and How to cure it. Quickest Relief and cure for coughs and colds. Price 50c and 100 guaranteed at Rettenmaier drugstore. Trial bottle free. I i a a i i a 1 i a 1. A a a a 1 1 in the of tend of sport. Bowlers schedule arranged a Manning foot Ball team plays tie game with Carroll. By Johnny on fhe spot will scharnweber has submitted his schedule to the bowlers the first game to be played next tuesday evening. Just what teams Wili Start the Ball a rolling will he or raided by a toss. The schedule Iii be divided into six series and will consist of two game per week a total of thirty six games giving Racli team one contest week and ending on the 9th of March. Rai Idom rumours Are afloat As to the probable outcome of the contest. A Oci bowlers Active. Tie members of the various Bowling teams met at Reynolds it Meyers office last Friday evening to discuss the feature of the coming Bowling tournament and instructed will scharnweber to a rung a schedule. First of ail it was Ujjani Mously decided to eliminate a rooting a or any loud or boisterous talk during the Progress of the games which was characteristic it if last years sport. This move it might be said will be baited with pleasure by All who enjoy watching the games and especially by the players who frequently lose their bearings midst tie excited it ent it was also decided As last year that the two Low teams in Point of total pins Down during the entire schedule should banquet the two outlier teams at the close of the season. Will scharnweber agreed to put up a prize for the winning team. It was further decided that fouls will be called on players insisting crossing the line when Deli Eric a a the Ball. 03 the Manning High school foot Ball team succeeded in playing a tie game with Carroll boys at Minchen spark saturday afternoon the score standing g to 0. The visitors made Good in the first half while the h it me boys made their Points in the last half. The game was fiercely fought and was greatly enjoyed by the spectators. From what can be Learned Manning boys have improved in tactics since their last visit ii Ere. Of a Charivari party serenaded Henry Stahl and Bride on their return Home last week. They will reside on North East Street in the first Ward. Of a a notorious offender. Michael j. Kelly a notorious offender charged with the crime of Matrimony was subject to a Little unjust criticism on the 25th inst at the court of inquiry before a a judge j. J. Meyers for on the 27th the accused returned to Carroll. Billy arts served As clerk at the court of inquiry John Bromert Bailiff and shorty Reinhart sheriff. A dozen or More witnesses were examined whereupon it was decided to form a searching party. Having found in Kelly sheriff Reinhart served notice on him to appear at a a Hamburg Headquarters monday evening where the following program was rendered Solo a it was not like this in the Olden Days a Bill Winnick. Oration a owl at it Means to be a hamburger a Mel Russell. Daring trapeze performance Jim Quigley. Quartet a a under the sheltering Anheuser Bush ii a Jim Vvs Woodrow Johnny Nockles Billy Parsons and Frank Staak Imp roman smile Jim of Donnell. Baritone Solo selected Fred Culbertson. Short talks on subjects of the evening Phil Lenz George Mcallister and Ellis Jenkins. Kelly Promise i never to leave the City again without first getting permission from Andy of Kirk his matrimonial advisor. Other members resent matrimonial by inclined made the same vow. O0 a preliminary contest Between the unknowns and Sweet clovers will be held this evening at the Bowling Alley. Postponed on account halloween but it must not be taken from this that the bowlers were out skirmishing last night. Of the Carroll firemen have everything in readiness for the organization of the new firemen a District having completed arrangements to Send representatives to the different towns in the District to Lay the matter before the local organizations. There is Little doubt now but what a Success will be made of the project. Those interested will try and have the mid Winter meeting held in this City. Push the work along boys. Go a Ike la a Kelly a with a rising inflection called out the a Bra key Between Ames and Des Moines and Michael j. Thought the fellow had another Telegram. Master of wires acknowledges receipt of information. When Kelly read hed the depot at Des Moines he pulled Down a Bill displaying his own likeness from a Telephone pole and threw it on the ground but found the Street covered with Bills also. Carroll markets. C attic. 2.50@5 50 calves r.4 00 Steea. 4 lambs. 1 4.o0 a chickens. 7 eggs. 4.25 Corn. Barley.26 31 Turkey. 10 Chicks. 7 Spring Chicken 7 Oats. 22i Timothy 1.80 wheat. 53 69 Rye. P 72 potatoes a butter. Ear Gss. I gee saw. A ear Corn. New Corn. 51 77 35 18 20 05 32 32 Many a is often great As roman is. Bat Thos. A Jiustin. Mgr. Of the a Republican of Leavenworth ind., was not ii reasonable when he refused to avow the Doe to of operate in his a de for Fei Ifill trouble i in Steadt he Saff a ill Conoy Udelf to try Elk Tiftic if was then so sick Hamill leave her bed and five <5 physicians had failed to or. Afr taking she was pi0etly eared map re pm and to a let a Mim amp special notice. For holy Trinity Church. Episcopal. Sunday next 1� the 20th sunday after Trinity in the octave of the feast of All saints. Evening pra3er and Sermon at 8 p. M. Monday november 6th holy comm no Lon at 7 45 a. M. All Are cordially invited. Arthur Pratt Rector. Thank the lord p cried Hannah Plant of Little St cd ark., a for the Relief i gof front Bucklen a Arnica so Lve. It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which i had suffered for 5 it is a marvelous healer for i its Burns and wounds. Guaranteed at Rettenmaier drug store 25c. Attention Miles. Why look old drinks removed a uti very Feir treatments. Gray and faded hair restored to Youthful cold ors without the use of Dye. All Dis eases of free and Scalp try mixed at 315 East fifth Street. Che Oritor a Noloe. Hatlee is Here lir Stiren to All Pertchi i Teres tedi that on Thi a a of out a a a tit. Of Llylma it Mike a a we of Taloe to 1q All i0 Vit i i. A i a
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Why are newspaper sites important?
Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
What is the best way to search newspaper archives?
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
Why should I get a NewspaperArchive subscription?
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!