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Carroll Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1906, Carroll, Iowa
A a. I i. T w a a a s 1 �1 a a to a a i a i 1 1 i it i i ppm t Quot pm i if j i h til ii Siim Fri rail pm Ennis Dit onto bib s. I9oe 1 t the to ctr. Pm Rwy dial my it Levi. M. To 8v�ral c�ntfl4him m the Fimi Ramoan i Tiem. It is in Dan that the republicans of �,rro11 county arc permitted to place ii nomination a ticket As Good Froix every standpoint As that Choi toll the last county convention there is the question of availability tiie unwillingness of the rl4t men to consent to accept office and political conditions that often govern Thi Choice of convention All obese thick must be met in the deliberation of a convention and the conditions Are not right it is difficult t4 Mafte up a ticket properly. But ii the last county convention conditions were right because the mass4 of the party were right and the by it possible set of candidates was Hosen. In the selection of or. It. G. Patty the convention made the strongest to it possible Rioja nation. Or. Patty if elected Wil be a representative who will look after the vital interests of the whole people with honesty and efficiency and exert a Good influence in the h use of representatives. His vote getting qualities have been tested in Tihe past. He was twice elected to the office of Coroner when the head of the ticket showed an Adverse maj Crity of several Hundred. He is As Strong now As Ever and his chances off election ought to be As Good As when he ran for office before. He is now serving As health officer for payroll a position he has held for Sei Era years. I a. Stiman the present auditor is a Cardi ate for a second term. He has Mae one of the most efficient auditors the county has had and there is no reason aside from political considerations Why to should not be retained for two years More. He came to the office As a Young Man with Little clerical experience but every person who has had business to do in the auditors office since his term began Speaks in the highest terns of his capability and attention the affairs of the office. He is one of the most genial men in the court House and there is not a single reason Why he should not be accorded the second term. John e. Osborne for treasurer is Well qualified in a clerical Way and has an Abul dance of Good sense and business experience. He has been a resident of the county for a Good inane years and his old neighbors Are uns tinted in their Praise of his personal qualities and fitness to serve the people in the office for which he was nominated. His standing before the people has also been tested. Once he was Nomin de for supervisor in the hopelessly democratic District represented by Chris Gube. The incumbent is one of the most popular men in his party and bad Many political and a images in the contest. But or. Osborne ran away ahead of the ticket amp and showed that he would have won had the chances been any thing like even before the people. He will make a Good impression As be goes am Long the people and this he intends to do As the Campaign progresses. George Seifi nominated for Sherifi is a resident of Arcadia where he is a Ell and favourably known. He is a new Man in county liw tics but we Ara Assur that he possesses qualities that would make a Good sheriff should he be elected. Prof. F. D. Schell of Coon rapids the Choice Lor superintendent As referred to last week. The is in the prime of manhood and has been a progressive school main All his life. College graduate has devoted ibis Best energies and efforts to his profession. After leaving College is took a two yes of Post graduate course Jund entered the work splendidly equipped but he did not Stop there but took special training every Aufner and is now in the front Quot Frank As an Iowa school Man. He it Tes an of Good sense and Ali Aires the people with whom he labors with Zeal and enthusiasm for their work his Superior fitness the position ought to insure his 41 that ought to be Necic Ebsary in Bis Case is for the peo pub to see blk and get acquainted with . One can pot help admiring Manli Nis and character in a candidate for Public favor. When the Quali we Admire Are dominant in a a Iain prese iced for favor before the in Teni in Oti i to be an easy matter. A Ide. Pharles o. Helmer is one Ibe nos to add Mirable characters As a your Niani we have in Carroll in into. He is High minded clean Bis practices and conduct malay All oct Dimotis and perfectly Honor he in a Model of honesty and Aid it mgt to be Given the Stoma in Smyd term. This All mid Wilhoit wishing to cast Tefle ton in his democratic Idit Quot Faiu the candidate for re y Fri Amir Man to countr poli i a Are a shred that he is a a Alfil for the position. M of the r or lung office y Lii ends Iii that no of by give the Iii Lily a Ohaneje la Bim As the Ames. He is a Young Man in every Way deserving of to office and if political conditions would permit his election he would bring rare fitness to the office. Or. Anneberg of Templeton is the candidate for Coroner. He has been practising in that Field for a number of years and is a Young physician of education and Fine qualities. The nominees for supervisors Are Well known to the people. William Trowbridge a no stranger he has served the people in several capacities and was never found wanting. The same May be said of a. C. Steele. His Long term of service has been highly beneficial and on its merits he has a right to expect endorsement at the polls. We shall revert to these Well known servants again. E m. Golding of Glidden is one of the Best and most deserving men in the county. He is qualified for any office in the gift of the votes of Carroll county and if chosen supervisor would give first class service. He is All Wool and a Yard wide. His neighbors will rally to him with determination and enthusiasm. V. C. Schwaller of Templeton would make a Good supervisor. He is at present postmaster there and has been prominent for years As a Man of business. He will poll a Good vote and would make a Good supervisor. Fred Brockman of Arcadia has never aspired to place but he possesses the qualities that fit a Man for office. He is honest intelligent and Active. If he were a member of the Board the county a affairs would have his constant attention and Public service would be Well looked after. We shall have something to say in each future Issue of this newspaper from now till election and we Are proud to be Able to support such a ticket. It is one of the Best we Ever nominated. Church destroyed mount Carmel Parish Wolfert third loss of Church by fire loss $30,000. The Large Catholic Church at mount Carmel was destroyed by fire last sunday afternoon and nothing remains now of that elegant Structure but the naked Walls which resisted the consuming heat of the flames. It seems that the afternoon services were Over and As a crowd of Young people loitered around and chatted with the priest and other friends suddenly a dense smoke was seen to Issue Forth from the Church basement. It was observed that the Coal about two car loads of which was stored for the Winter under the Large building was afire evidently from spontaneous combustion. Immediately the work of fire fighting began. People arrived from All parts of the locality and sought to overcome the fiery element. But the fire was under the Church where it was impossible to Send water and the willing defenders of the splendid Church edifice were helpless practically. The department at Carroll was notified and the boys were on the Way out there in a Short time. However they did not arrive till after the fire had done its work. The chemical engine was brought by the Volunteer company from Auburn but arrived too late also to help save the Church. It did Good work in keeping the priests House from burning however. Many people came from the country roundabout for Miles. Many arrived from Carroll some doing considerable work after getting there in their Effort to save the property. Had theire been any possibility of turning on a Stream of water the fire might have been brought under control but As it was there was no Way to head it off. The fire burned in the basement from about four till along toward seven when it caught on the superstructure and made Short work of that portion of the building. Part of the contents of the Church were saved but the elegant altar and pipe Organ were destroyed. The Church was built in the summer of 18 under the supervision of the Bev. Father Joseph Kuemper now pastor of is. Peter and Paul a Parish then of Sherrill a Dubuque county. Father bottler then pastor was too feeble to attend to the strenuous work of building and the energetic priest above named was sent for. The Church and its contents Cost about $30,000 the insurance on building and Contenio amounts to about $16,. A singular Fate so Ems to have overhung the mount Carmel Parish for Many years. The first Church built in the Early 80�?Ts was destroyed by fire on the 38th of May 1883. It is Supi it used to Hay Starl irom Sparks after services on the previous Day a an old a of this newspaper says. Under the supervision of father an Ler another Church was built the same year at m Cost of $20,000 for building and contents. It was partially insured when on the 16th of May 11, a stroke of i Honin fade scene do duffing a storm and set fire to the Stract Are. It burned to the ground and for the second time the Parish saw an elegant edifice lev by to the Earth. For the last 14>ears the elegant Church built by Imber Kuemper has be a the Pride of the people of that Vlf laity and the whole commit Unity. Its name As a Shock to All Bave ii own of the Romier history of jibe Par lab when ice the people a Hiet Tbs feb i Ortune an of such dire destry to lbs. Of if0iirs# my imm in toil co Huby. Poo Itri wanted. . Miller. 10 cent set music at a Lac by a watches an it divan ends Ger Lac by a. I m j House for rent in Send Ward. J. P. Minchen. The ladies Guild will Miet with mrs. Burke next tuesday. I articles of household furniture for Sale. Leiila Wetherill used piano $50.00, Organ $15.00, at Gerlach drug amp jewelry co. I have a car Load of baled Hay on hand for Sale. A. W. Miller. Six per cent real estate mortgages for Sale. Reynolds amp Meyers. A a wanted one or two Good fresh milk cows. J. D. Scott. Souvenir postal cards of ten different Carroll views at Gerlach a. Waltham Elgin and Hamilton watches at Gerlach drug jewelry co. The regular meeting of Eastern Star meets Friday night. Members please remember. Fall winds cause chapped hands. Alb Aderma heals them. For Sale by Sturges amp Thurlimann. Alb Aderma once tried always used for any roughness of the skin. Sturges amp Thurlimann. For Bent the m. Simon farm in Kniest township. Inquire of we. Trowbridge or a. Dorcius. Services at the presbyterian Church next sunday at u of clock. Bev. J. W. Little will preach. Deaf people can hear a whisper with the aur phone. B a. Schaerer optician Manning Iowa. The Clio club will hold its first meeting in the Public Library building at 3 30 tomorrow afternoon. All water rents Are due first of september. Payable at mayors office. S. H. Johnston mayor. For Trade i Section Dundy county Nebraska land for House and lot in Carroll. L. E Chubbuck k articles of household furniture for Sale cheap if taken at once. Inquire of mrs. J. H. Muir West St. Priscilla Alden chapter d. A. A will meet at three of clock Friday october 5th with mrs. George e. Bussell. Farmers and feeders Are invited to Call and get a Book telling All about Alfalfa feeds. Its free. A w. Miller. Farms for Sale in Minnesota South Dakota and Nebraska from 10 to $35 per acre. L. E. Chubbuck Carroll Iowa. $3.00 buy Chicago daily Tribune for 1 year for a Short time. Also other periodical bargains. Gerlach drug a jewelry co. It is time now to buy your Coal for Winter. Am get ing in both hard and soft Coal every Day. Come and see me a. W. Miller. Special Wall paper Sale now on at Gerlach a. Entire Stock goes at the sacrifice Price. Call while the Stock is still Complete. The Harvest Day excursion for Ames will leave Carroll saturday morning. But Points farther West it will taks place on Friday. Light Brothers Are doing a Good it business in the cloak line. Last saturday they s id 30 Fine garments and the Good work continues. Yesterday Myron Beach entertained his Little gentlemen friends at his Home on main Street the occasion being his tenth birthday. Clerk Buge has heeled our warning and Slown greater activity in the issuance of marriage licenses. He makes a Good showing for septem Ber. J. T. Bogers jr., was married at bed Oak monday to miss Virginia Seney of that City. Miss Callie Bogers attended her brother a wedding. We make and guarantee alb Aderma to give satisfaction As a toilet preparation. Make rough hands smooth by its application. Sturgis amp thurlis Manlif j we carry the and Best sheeted St it of watches in Carroll county. Our Prici a Keld into a ii every Prospe Cuve Boyar. Gerla drug a jews co. Have 3ou isaid your taxes if nol the treasurer win i Reeed to add the Penally and lit Ano liar month will advertise cd str property for Sale get Busy and pay your arrears. The anti Iii festival of a Sarn is taking Praise at Omaha this week. Railroads Ari giving excursion rates and the Purpi acts Are for a Good attendance kith this part of Iowa. The ban is of the approaching marriage of Bat. Deur of miss Obiri Valley to a Liss Blien Carroll of this City in published from Fobe altar in 1� Josei is Church last Sun Dikiy. Fiirst Frost of the season i Bat Ampon ted to my tiling was this year the a yield will be Eno Nous Ait qually the by St. We will web your subscription for a old >aj9y Tribune $3.00 for a yer. Alfo Baye Many other special Prie i in periodicals. Leave your order with us now before the Holiday Rush. Gerlach drug a jewelry to. The past Fernr weeks have been dry and Corn Bas made great headway toward maturing. It is said that in some localities husking will be a gun next week. The product is drying fast in th0 Fields and will be fit for bribing in is thought. For Sale Carroll residence properties vacant lots and farm lands. I have some bargains in the Corn Belt of South Dakota. Come and see me before you buy. Look for my advertisement in next Issue. T. J. Wii Hite Carroll Iowa. Otto Bomer asks the Herald to state that his name should be spelled a Bomey a not a a bomb a and further to say that he does not like the unnecessary butchering of his Naibe that was done last i Creek in another paper in connection with the names of the Petit jurors. A a i there will be a meeting of persons interested in the Extension work in horticulture at the College next Friday and saturday in the horticultural class room. Those who take in the excursion May also attend this meeting hich will be valuable to All interested persons. Last wednesday night persons coming from a hidden met with several accidents on account of a Reck Ess automobile Driver who ignored All rules and Laws and drove by without giving signals stopping for affrighted Homes or anything else. It is said that the offender came rom Jeffersoni. Otto Liechte and miss both Knowlton were married last wednesday at the Home of the brides parents or and mrs. Arthur Knowlton of Carroll township Bev. H. H. Barton officiating. The Young people Iziu make their Home on the Liechte Homestead in a dwelling especially prepared for them. Elbert e. Wilhite will be married a Oday at Emmetsburg to miss lava Schirmer sister of Harry Schirmer of the second Ward. Elbert smother and sister Vava Are attending the wedding. Or and mrs. Wilhite on heir return to Carroll will go to housekeeping on Clark Street in the House formerly occupied by the Dan Clark family. Inspector Driggs who had in charge the matter of another letter Carrier for Carroll was called away ast week be Cire he had finished his work. It is to be hoped that the Bird Carrier Niay be secured for it s impossible to give patrons of the office satisfactory service we Only two. The serf ice is inac Auto but he postmaster is helpless to make t any better i the Glidde ii festival attracted Many Carroll people to that town ast wednesday. The principal criticism inc god in by a Arron people who attended was the Lack of continuance entertainment. The Perfo Ancess were All right but the wait fag Between spells wits the distressing be Atcie. Next time Mana Jers will i of Vilde for entertainments during the interludes. On next Sun Day evening oct. 7, the Presl Titian Sabby la school will give their annual rally Day program Besel or Granis give a i by the Little f<4ks always draw a crowded Bouse. Besides the Little folks mrs4 Hart his a Cook and Dean will sing solos an4 Jalso will Moore will play a flute Solo. Special program als 3 lat the sunday school hour. All members of the school Are expected to be present. Monday Oil a of the head boys from Jeffersoni was Arra next before Justice a final charged Iri a violating the Law i i reference up re nning automobiles in the Public big Way. Whilo going West one a whey Gradei West of town so Tummy afternoon he switched part Xie Onard Early Sui idl morning. To it a Freeter i a by Tbs Anderest a to on. St a Given and Maori it Naturi a the Baun use a knt i Rny proom Between and a Imam film for Raitala resulted Liq to Iii or of tip a on i a. My for m few to the Allora. Quot Mue Libr who Ras driving along accompanied a his daughter. The team took get and ran away brei ing up i in buggy and injuring tiie Youn we san. But acid dates had inel Iii Carroll is Day in Rei Nso a loll from Beach Chal mail of tip Centra Coin Mitt a. Dets iils Tbs Dumpit Frlj a re considered and i hta Uve a Jiaxi agreed upon. Some Ebli of amp a 4ray the Rebb Llobani it it of coup if Yaj lie Al ing May be judge mint that Cheri or Jedi it to Ltd the style Wiki p to big last to om4 in my it re la c�ifi4ce new songs dances and novel specialities Are introduced. The democrats Are circulating the Story that the Republican candidate for superintendent is a weak this is so palpably unjust to one of the Best school men in the county that the Herald is not going to stand for it. If persisted in we shall consider it our duty to make some revelations in connection with this subject that will open the eyes of the people. Prof. Schell is Well educated and is a Man of Force and strength of character As the people who have met and known him will testify. We have something a up our sleeve that will Embarrass the democratic ticket if bared to the Public and if these unjust representations of or. Schell continue we Are not going to save the feelings of some people. Band carnival. Do to uni at 4 to fax Tbs a Piid Iuey a oot Aifiti Tith graphic s a count of the Gladden entente i n ment. Glidden graphic if it had been made to order the weather provided for the band carnival could not have been More nearly perfect the number of bands in attendance was not so Large As had been expected still enough were Here to furnish some Fine concert work. Tuesday evening Jefferson arrived with 22 men. Wednesday brought in Denison with 18 men West Side with 17 and Scranton with 13. The Lake City and pan Ora bands failed to come although one member of each was present. These added to the 18 men in the Glidden band made a total of 90 band men present. In the Forenoon the band met at the Large tent provided for the occasion and perfected an organization known As the Western Iowa band association. The following officers were chosen to serve for a term of one year president g. L. Havens Glidden vice president John Cerney Jefferson Secretary e. B. Spot Ford West Sid treasurer c. C. Epperly Glidden the rules of the organization provide for an executive committee composed of the leaders of the bands forming the association. It is the intention to hold an annual meeting the place to be determined by Delegate vote. In the afternoon the bands gathered on main Street marching Down Singley each rendering one selection. They then formed in a body and marched Back playing in concert. Another concert was Given on the Street Early in the evening. The most enjoyable part of the Days entertainment was the concert Given in the tent in the evening. The Large tent provided was packed to the roof and quite a number were then unable to procure seats. The audience had scarcely been seated and the program begun when a Section of the seats gave Way precipitating some two Hundred of the audience to the ground. Remark Able As it May seem All escaped with injuries no greater than some slight bruises. The interruption to the program thus occasioned was unfortunate and detracted in some measure from the enjoyment of the evening As it not Only deprived a portion of the audience of seats but caused More or less nervousness among the remainder. District court. District court is in session acid the grand jury is at work. Judgment has been taken against defendant in the following cases Giesecke do Bench Hays shoe co. Is. C. H. Ludwig for $243 Carson Perie amp Scott is. Ludwig for $309.08 Calhoun bobbins amp co. Is. Ludwig for $324.37 Bielfeld Hirsch amp Klien for $176. John Linder is. A. New Berger for $79.35 e. Albrecht amp sons is. A. W. Swender for $220. W. B. Bruning is. W. Arts confirming report of referee. Mae Bose Hart was divorced from j. M. Hart As was w. H. Cox from Myrtle Cox. The Case of Donnelley is. Halbi being an action for permanent injunction is engaging the courts attention today. The court this Forenoon granted a permanent injunction against Frank Halbig and the building in which he conducted his Saloon owned by August Fischer. Following is assignment for the week thursday Stevens trustee is. Shaw amp Kuehnle arts is. State Bank of Early Shaw amp Kuehnle is. Stevens trustee american t. Amp a. Bank is. C. H. L. A p. Co. Friday City of Carroll is. Carroll l. H. A p. Co. Gustoff is. Gilley Schleismann is. Schmich sheriff Etal probate in the matter of the estate of Clemens Bruning gravel on the Northwestern. Boone Republican the Chicago und Norbu Western expects to Complete its extensive gravel work saturday and take the Crews off for the season. I the 15lb May 20,000 car gravel five been taken out pit at Gid Junction and red Loahy on the Sioux City Ion and in Nebraska. The merage Load is about 26 tons. 0ome Wrenty a cres of the pit at grand Jun Chon Bave been Ujma to Supply this Libutt Ierise he Ion it of gravel. Uhara a Beim banded by one Steim sly not Vit. Mtg a More could Bate been to Ibe a me if tie company Jbv a not Boonim i each by Laaly to get numb ears a a mgr med. At was they tool the fear a pontus is educational and not a Money maker. The wonders in natural science demonstrated by experimenters in wireless telegraphy liquid air and Rodin Are proclaimed by almost every newspaper and Magazine. Everybody ought to know something about these new forces which tend to revolution medical and com Mercial science. You ought to encourage the Young people in this undertaking by your patronage. The lecturer will actually use apparatus and explain these wonderful properties so that they will be easily understood. October 8th at the opera House reserved seats 35. Cents. Commit Tess will Canvas the Community for the Sale of seats or they May be purchased at the Gerlach drug store. A tribute. Editor Herald but a Short time since the Herald announced the death of d. H. Mohr late of Arcadia Carroll county. Or. Mohr settled in Arcadia about thirty years ago and from that time until his death had actively been engaged in business. Soon after his arrival in Carroll county i had business dealings with him and during his residence in Arcadia was intimately connected with him in a business Way j up to the time of his death. It was never my Fortune to have business transactions with a Square fairer Man than d. H. Mohr. He was absolutely honest and upright in All his deals and his word was As Good As his Bond. He had the respect of the whole Community As far As possible. To know him was to Admire his manliness. He left to his family and friends a heritage beyond Price. For a an honest Man is the noblest work of god h. W. Macomber. Married in september. Julius Buge clerk of the District court issued the following marriage licenses during the month of september Henry e. Bchrad.22 Lizzie k. Olberding.19 Fred a. Pielsticker.30 Louise e. Arts.25 Ancil w. Wheeler.23 Clara hoffmann.24 Fred j. Nichols.26 Kate m. Nutt.19 Clyde p. Kinser.26 Ada Eckman camac.23 Elmer silbauge.21 Jessie Pearl sayrs.17 John h schroeder.24 Lulu i>annister.18 Otto leichte.33 Buth Knowlton.20 Geo. W. Smith.23 mame conner.21 Fred mescher.26 Cora Schrives .24 Jesse b Clopton. .39 Annab. Beckner .39 John t. Austin. 29 Alice t. Bockbud.29 Henry westendorf.23 Minnie esponhoever.19 John w. Schneider.29 Mary beinhart.27 James e. Bouch.26 Golda g. Waldron.19 Oglivia Heyman wadding. At the Home of or. And mrs. T. F. Heyman in the second Ward last saturday morning their daughter. Lulu Belle was married to d. A. C. Ogilvie the ceremony being performed by Bev. H. H. Barton. The marriage was attended with Beautiful ceremonies the bridesmaid being miss Alice Rosebud of Omaha and the Best Man was John Austin of the same City. Only a few intimate friends of the Young couple were present besides members of the family. A wedding breakfast was served at 10 30, and the wedded pair took an Early train for Omaha. They will be absent on their wedding trip for a few Days to intend to make their Home in Carroll the Bride has made Many friends since coming to Carroll in recent years and every one of them join in congratulating her Over her Happy marriage. Or. Ogilvie is a trusted employee of the american express company and has a promo Sig future. He too has Many friends to unite in Best wishes of the occasion. Bible term defined. Bamus Horn a Days journey was about Twenty three and one fifth Miles. A Sabbath Days journey was about an English mile. A Cubit was nearly Twenty two inches. A hands breath is equal to three and inches. A fingers breadth is equal to one Inch. A Flekel of Silver was about 50 cents. A shekel of Gold was $8 a Talent of Silver was $538.30. A piece of Silver or a Penny was 13 cents. A Farthing was 3 cents. A mite was less than a Quarter of a cent. A Gerah was a cent. An Paph or Bath contains seven Gallons and five plots. Abin was one gallon and two pints. A firkin was seven pints. An Omer was six Points. A cab was three tots. Spatial Attoa for holy Trinity Chorb. Episcopal. Sunday ii ext is the Itiba sunday after to Lilly. Be Al Harvest Beme aet Ai Sert Ion 7p.m a Vii set solemn Almi Ait Iclal Solo by the vetted ate. Oem Aloalii. Come be thai reit of tools personal items. People who come and go during the week Hon. Warren Garst next Lieuten ant governor is in Carroll today. Stanton Sherman left Friday for Chicago where he will attend school. Mrs. Ella stake of Des modifies is visiting her brother e. L. Wilson. De. Of Donnell of Sioux City spent sunday with his parents in this City. Or. And mrs. S. C. May left Friday night for Huron South Dakota. Miss Flossie Basler is Home from Greenfield and will probably remain. J. H. Post went to Omaha yesterday to take in the sights of a Sar Ben. Mrs. E. P. Chain of Huron Kansas is the guest of her Cousin mrs. M. Maclean. Or. Walter Crook of Fremont Nebraska spent sunday in Carroll with his parents. Miss addle Nolan of Steubenville Ohio is visiting at the Home of her Cousin j. W. Gatten. Misses Ella Bowler and Anna Moran went to Omaha Nebraska for a visit with friends. Mrs. Dora Hill returned to her Home at Omaha thursday after visiting her son Geo. Hill miss Jennie Gray of Cuba City Wisconsin is visiting miss Ruby Inghram in the second Ward. Frank Stitz came Home sunday night from Prairie Duchien wis., where he has been visiting. Miss Beulah Macmillan who visited her brother w. A. Last week has gone to Boone for a visit j. Clifford Guy has moved from Atlantic and will open his new store about the Middle of the month. Mrs. Jacob Sievers went to Manning thursday for a visit with her daughter mrs. Geo. Hessling. Or. And mrs. J. W. Raymond have returned from a prolonged visit at their old Home in Minnesota. Hon. William Hoffman of music i Tine was in the District court monday attending to Legal business. F. C. Schell of Coon rapids Republican candidate for county superintendent was a caller Here saturday. Douglas Rogers was one of the out of town attorneys attending the opening of the District court monday. Al. Osten has passed the civil service examination and secured a place on the eligible list for City Carrier. Jesse m. Ralph of Grant City was in town saturday. He is succeeding As principal of the school at that town. J. C. Heider has returned from the Southwest where he found business Good for the Heider manufacturing company. A miss Mary Culbertson departed yesterday for Worland Wyoming where she will remain for the rest of the year. Miss Clara Gnam has gone to Chicago where she and her sister Lena have accepted positions with Marshall Field co. J. T. Rogers jr., and Bride arrived yesterday from red Oak and will visit for a time with relatives in Carroll township. Clarence Seyller of Cashion Oklahoma came last wednesday to visit with his uncles Frank Seyller and John Chambers. Miss Helen Coburn arrived As the close of the week from Worland Wyoming and will remain with the folks at Home for a while. John Schachtner attended a met be ing of grand tribe of Ben i r at Sioux City during the past week. His picture was published in yesterdays journal. D. H. Wright of Madison Wisconsin is making his annual Virit with his sons. Or. A. L. And Steward. His Many friends in Carroll hav e Given him a pleasant greeting. De. Mcdonald of Coon rapids was in town yesterday just As Happy and full of fun As if he expected to be elected representative from Carroll county. How easy it is to be mistaken d. N. Luse came Down from St. Paul sunday and departed monday night for the Northern country. He says that he has been doing a Lively business for the Luse land company since be was Here. The sales in the Quill Plains country have been brisk and land values have risen very satisfactorily. Baptist Church. Last week the ladies Aid society had a very successful meeting at the Home of mrs. Frank Emmons. The attendance was Large and All seemed to have a Good time. At the Baptist Church oct. 7, there will be the sunday school at 10 a. M. Preaching service at 11 a. M. Junior Union at 3 p. M. Young Peoples meeting at 6 30. Preaching at 7 30. Prayer meeting thursday at 7 30. Choir practice Friday at the Church 7 30. Teachers meeting tuesday at 8 p. M. Yet u Are cordially invited to attend the services. Geo. A. Campbell pastor. Diamond garment Cutter. We teach ladies tailoring acid dressmaking by correspondence. For $3.50 will Send you a Diamond garment Cutter a system Complete with a revised illustrative instruction Book and anything you cannot understand we will teach you by mall for 10 cents a lesson. Bend returned postage. The Diamond garment Cutter uo., 165 Ogden avp., Chicago Minoia. The new residence of mrs. Sybilla Alspach in the second Ward is nearly completed and will be occupied in a abort time. It la one of the band some dwellings of the Ell and will make a pleasant borne for mrs Juil a and Ber Daog tera. Or. View Ella Tea Rural Poat Ollela Lasp a having in charge Tbell let col Pleie Noral service for Fimma a la wee. Probably to
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